THE SUMMER MICHIGAN DAILY
SUNDAY, JUlLY 4, 1926
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Publi cation in the Bul letinI is colistruet ire not ice toalIIIicnthe is ol,
the University, Copy receiv ed at the office of t iieSo in lier Session
until 3 :30 1). n. (11: 30 a. in. Sat urday
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Education Bl2Os :
An optional meeting for inexperienced teachers will be held in Room
109 Tappan Hall at 7 o'clock Thursday morning, July 8, in connection with
my course in Education Bl20s. Methods of teaching in high school.
Wendell S. Brooks.
Excursion \~o. 4:
Ford River Rouge trip, including coke ovens, railway repair shops, un-
loading docks, blast furnaces, Fordson 'Tractor Plant, etc. will occur Wednes-
day, July 7. at 1 o'clock. 'Thie party will leave in a special auto bus in front
of Angell Hall. (Please note change in starting place and time.) Rountd
trip tickets must be purclhsed in advance at. the Sumner Session Office,
Room 8 University Hail, price $1.25. The party is limited to thirty students.
Carlton Wells, Director of Excursions.
Women's Educatonal Club:
The Women's Educational Club will hold a picnic for summer school
women students Wednesday afternoon, July 7 at the fireplace near the
island, Reservations may be made at Tappan Hall on Tuesday or Wednesday
of next week. 'Those who wish to attend may meet at Barbour Gymnasium at
5 o'clock, or join the picnic at the fireplace.
Ethel Wooden, Publicity Chairman.
hen's Educational Club:
The Mens Educational Club) will hold its recgular ineet tw on Tuesday
July 6, at 7 pnm. at the Michigan union.
Phzi Delta happa Luncheon:
Weekly luncheon of Phi Delta Kappa will be held Tuesday, July 6, at 12
i ichigam'a Team 1jwinner or the state championship in
Is IM'ost Expensive The Michigan High School Athletic
tion of figures covering receipts and
ry i expenditures for the conduct of the
DETROIT, (A.P.) - Michigainme, several regional, district and state
whose high school basketball team tournaments. It is shown that Michi-
holds the 1926 championship in Class gamme's total expense incurred in
D, was a costly participant in the ! taking part in play at Ann Arbor was
$348.88. This compares with $18.03
state finals at Ann Arbor last spring. wihwsDtotSuhatr'
Representing the smallest classifica- total expense.
lion of high schools in the state, Mich-I Michigamme spent $294.88 in trans-
igainme's expenses for the Ann Arbor portation alone, travelling by far the
tournament were $330 greater thanI greatest distance of any participating
!were those -of Detroit Southeastern, school. Alpena's entry, St. Bernard's,
also in Class D, was runner-up in the
amount of money required for its ex-
penses. This school's transportation
and meal cost totalled $267.88. The
St. Bernard team, however, spent
more money for meals than any other
participating team, the amount being
The least expensive participating
teanm was Ann Arbor, which had neith-
er transportation nor meal expendi-
tures. Ranking next in low cost was
Detroit Northwestern, whose only ex-
pense was $9.23 for transportation.
The total receipts here were $2,344.
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MID-SUMMER SALE of TEXT and REFERENCE BOOKS
Our Bargain Counter Awaits You.
Tlhe reltutation of the country
school houes'a0ind the State of Kent-
tucky arcei tact.. For the second lime
z en cutuky scholar has capt ured the
ti rst li onors in the Natijoinal Spelling
Beec, hecld in Wahingziltot i hiss Pautl-
ne Bell, 1 yev~atr old si udenit of theu one
room country sch ool at Cla rkson , Ky.,
is Shown here.
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noon, at the Lantern Shop, (corner~ of
members are urged to attend.
MP EM C NSDETROIT , A P .) Sonic o f th e
Michi~an broadcastilng stat ions are
vacationing this summer, but most of
themi are holding to their schedules
with only slight modifications.
Station WKAIIt at :Michigan State
College, East Lansing. has discon-
tinued for the' school vacation period
its week night broadcasting of short
farm lectures. This station, however,
continues to serve Michigan farmers
with weather forecasts, crop data
and technical advice from its staff of
experts, putting prograums on the air
during daylight hours.
Station WCXK, operated by thme De-
troit Free Press, has modified its
broadcasting to meet the summer lull
in indoor entertainment dcmands. This
station, however, is broadcasting the
open air concerts of tht e )t roit
Symphony Orchestra fromr Belle Isle
Park. Detroit is one of the fewv cities
of the country offering symphony
orchestra programs on the air'.
TPhe D~et roit News station WW.), will
broadcast band concerts from D et roitt
parks. This station also will con-
tinue its offerings fron t he New York
studio of WEAK, and its regular day-
light feat ures, w hich include baseball
games, household talks and noon hour
.Station W(4G'141, operatedl by George;
Harrison Phelps, Inc. advertisintg
counsel, has announced elaborate
plans for the sumnmer season, providl-
ing entertainment for most of the'
week night hours between 6 p. M. and
1 a. nm.
Station W\vMBC, Hotel Addison,
WGAM, Royal Oak, arid WJR, Pon-
tiac, have indicated there will be no'
summer change of policy.
South IUniver sity .and Willar d. llIi
Hlerold C. Ihunt, President. j
tLibrarian Inspects "
Lewis R. Wilson, librarian at the
University of North Carolina, spenit
last Wednesday and Thursday in Ann
Arbor inspecting the work of I lie stu-
dents of the sumnmer session in Lib-}
Mlr. Wilson, who represents the Lib-'
rary Training Board of the American
Library association, is visiting all
schools and, colleges which have to
(10 with the teaching of library work.
Al bert Schmnildt , dI, of Fran cc, still
c njoys Olie thrilling p ts c 1volI
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