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May 14, 1933 - Image 8

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Advance Inquiries Run High AsSummer


To Give Summer Program

A scene from A. A. Milne's "Mr. Pim Passes By," which was directed
by Valentne B. Windt and opened the 1932 season of the Michigan
Repertory Players, is shown above. Thomas W. Stevens (left) founder
of the Carnegie Drama School, will be visiting director for the 1933

First Summer
Concert To Be
Given June 27
The first of the weekly faculty
concerts for the Summer Session will
be given at 8 p. m. Tuesday, June 27,
it has been announced. There will
be six concerts in aii during the sea-
- The second will be July 11, the
regular Tuesday night date falling
on July 4 in the previous week. The
remainder of the concerts will be on
July 18, July 25, Aug. 1, and Aug. 8.
All concerts in the series will be
given in Hill Auditorium.
Although no definite programs
have been devised as yet the con-
certs will consist of performances of
members of the School of Music fac-
ulty. In the past those contributing
to faculty concerts have been Arthur
Hackett, professor of voice, Wassily
Beskirsky, professor of violin, Joseph
Brinkman, assistant professor of
piano, Hanns Pick, professor of vio-
lincello, and others. Recitals, on the
Frieze Organ in Hill Auditorium by
Palmer Christian, University organ-
ist, are also planned.
Additional concerts and recitals by
advanced students and student
groups will be presented, making
about two or three musical events a
week, Charles A. Sink, president of
the School of Music estimated. An-
nouncement of these extra features
will be made in the Daily Official
All students enrolling for courses
of four weeks or longer will receive
copies of The Summer Daily and will
be entitled to membership privileges
in the Union or the League.

Maurer Emphasizes Timeliness
Of Summer Session Excursions

Places that students will visit and
things they will see on Summer Ses-
sion excursions this year are of more
timely interest than ever before, in
the opinion] of Prof. Wesley H.
Maurer of the journalism depart-
ment, who will conduct the trips.
Trips to the Ford plant at Dear-
born and the General Motors Prov-
ing Ground at Milford will be "object
lessons" in the technological advance
of industry, in modern production
methods, and in the background of
the present employment and unem-
ployment problems that one hears so
much about in the papers these days,
he said.
These particular excursions) will
give the student an opportunity to
observe the complete process of pro-
ducing an automobile, from the ini-
tial stages to the testing of the fin-
ished product.
To See Rivera Murals
In Detroit, the Rivera murals in
the Detroit Institute of Arts, over
which there has been much contro-
versy in the last few months, will be
a special point of interest for per-
sons from outside the State as well
as for those from Michigan, and an
attempt will be made to obtain a
lecturer competent to discuss them
Persons participating in the De-
troit trip will also be able to see the
studios of WJR as guests of the
owner and general manager; the
Fisher Building and General Motors
Building, of architectural interest;
and the plant of the Detroit News,
one of the leading newspapers in the
Prof. Laurence M. Gould, now
head of the geology and geography
department at Carleton College, who
has figured so prominently in news
dispatches of recent expeditions of
exploration, aspecially in connection
with the Byrd expedition on which
he was second-in-command, will be
on the faculty of the Summer Ses-
sion' and will conduct the trips to
Niagara Falls and Put-in-Bay.
Electric Plants Important
Members of the Niagara excursion
may have an opportunity to enjoy,
in addition to the geological and
scenic points of interest, the huge
hydro-electric stations, important
because of the fact that the Federal
government is concerning itself at
present with such developments,
Professor Maurer said.
In the State PK :3on ai Jackson can
be studied the history of the penal
system in Michigan, he said. The
oldest of the three cell blocks is 60
years old, while the newest has just
been completed and students will be
able to see it for the first time this
The most modern aeronautical

equipment in the way of planes and
airport facilities is to be observed at
the Ford Airport, one of the most
thoroughly-equipped airports in the
United States, the destination of an-
other of the summer trips.
In addition to the excursions al-
ready mentioned, trips will be made
this summer to the Cranbrook
schools at Bloomfield Hills, and to
Ford's Greenfield Village at Dear-
I ___ -

Robert Saltzstein, '34, (left) was chosen president of the Union for
the ensuing year at a recent meeting of the electoral board of the Board
cs Directors of the Union. Edward McCormick, '34, will be secretary.
The Social Center of Summer eacivities
Cafeteria Service - Soda Fountain
Make the League Building Your Summer Headquarters

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or the smart black and white
wing tip shoes.
or the pure linen Mesh Jacket for
your Summer Formal"
The perfect warm weather suit,
washable Sanforized Shrunk
Lido Beach.
Suit $11.50

The Campius Fashion Center
find a specialized fashion service
n all Ann Arbor-serving sinart-
ents of discerning young women.
ntic fashion sources of America
Best inspirations of well-known

To be correctly dressed for summer with the
right style and quality Saffell & Bush will
have their summer presentation in their
windows over the week-end.

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