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lwARCti 10, 1940

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In-1940 Sum
Twelve schools and colleges of the
University will comprise the forty-
seventh annual Summer Session to
be held in Ann Arbor and elsewhere
between June 13 and August 30 .
The schools and colleges to be in
operation will be the College of Lit-
erature, Science and the Arts; the
College of Engineering, the Medical
School, the Law School, the College
of Pharmacy the College of Archi-
tecture and Design, the School of
Education, the School of Business
Administration, the School of Fores-
try and Conservation, the School of
Music, the Division of Hygiene and
Public Health and the Horace H.
Rackham School of Graduate Studies.
Off-campus divisions of the Sum-
mer Session will be the Biological
Station in northern Michigan, field
courses in geology and surveying at
Camp Davis in Wyoming, field cours-
es in geography in Upper .Michigan,
the forestry school's Camp Filibert
Roth in the Upper Penninsula and
courses in education and sociology at
the University's Fresh Air Camp.
Length Of Session
The Session will last eight weeksj
from June 24 to August 16, except
in:
1. Certain six-week clinical courses
in the Medical School.
2. The Law School where the ses-
sion is 10 weeks long, divided into
periods of five weeks each.
3. The six-week courses of the
Division of Hygiene and Public
Health.

ses Offered Educators Will Solve
Smer Sessio Problems Here Th
Teachers, supervisors and school such as Com
4. The 10-week session at Camp administrators will have an oppor- and staff pla
Filibert Roth. tunity this summer to work out their All membe
problems under expert guidance I rmeet daily f
Credit To Be Earned pin, common
the School of Education's Curricu- lunch toget
The normal amount of credit which lum Workshop. servIce afte
can be earned in schools and colleges As part of the University's 19 xpected to
offering eight weeks of instruction Is Summer Session, the Workshop will University's
eight hours. be designed "for mature workers Who Students,
are looking forward to leadership in work, willtr
Will Include Pr~k ig n s some phase of secondary education ,-ate credit it
and who are seeking something tiat, hep. Some
Special University programs tobeisdefinite and helpful for improving- as theses.
presented during the Summer Ses- the curriculum and instruction." Application
sloewillinclde :admission to
si.n willtCn e incldOrganized on an informal basis,
1. The Graduate Conference on eCurclmWksowilo- e addressed
Ameica Cutur an Intittio s he Curriculum Workshop will con- Lessor Schorl
American Culture and Institutions. sist chiefly of the investigation of
2. A program in internal-Combus- individual or group problems, con- Curriculum
tion Engines. ferences with consultants and par- the same as
3. A Conference on Topology. ticipation in small group conferences. Stimmner Ses
4. The Institute for High School Each worker will select a definite residents an
Teachers of Journalism. problem as his field of research. He Workshop c
5. The Linguistic Institute, will do his research under the eyes that "board
6. A Symposium in Theoretical of a staff member, some of whom it possibltoks
Physics. will come from schools throughout
7. The Alumni University. the country. The staff will be headed
hool of Edu aichorling of the Garr
Publications Available .
General classifications of the A meeting
For Summ er Session Workship will be: subject-matter staff membe
areas, such as mathematics, science will be held
The Abridged Announcement of the and social studies; and other areas in the Gargo
Summer Session is now available at-
the Summer Session Office in 1213
nouncement will be ready for dis-
Angell Hall. The Complete An-
tribution about April 1.
Professors from whom information
on the special prgrams can be ob-
tained are listed in the Abridged An-
nouncement.

School
is Summer
munity studies, guidance
anning.
ers of the Workshop will
for lectures by specialists
problems. They will also
her and will have tea
rnoons. They are also
take arivantage of the
recreational facilities.
eligible to do graduate
,ceive six hours of grad-
in the Curriculum Work-
reports will be acceptable
ns from persons desiring
o thetWorkshopshould
:d to the Director, Pro-
ling.
a Workshop fees will be
in other divisions of the
ssion: $35 for Michigan
d $50 for non-residents.
officials have suggested
s of education will find
assist teachers in meet-
op expenses."
ryouts To Meet
of tryouts and general
ers of Gargoyle editorial
at 3:30 p.m. tomorrow
;yle office.
.-- --

DAILY OFFICIAL BULLETIN
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MOCCASINS
You'll find walk easier aiid more enjoyable in com-
fortable MOCCASINS. Girls, you'll want to see our
selection in white and brown and white, priced at.. .

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ACCENT ON YOUTH - that's
what DILLONS feature this week.
Prints and pastel crepes and silks
in springy styles. Perfect for date
dresses, they're conven-
iently priced to fit the
college budget. One dart- "
ing pink, now in the win-
dow, in its sheer simpli- '
city and unsophisticated
trends emphatically em-
phasizes the smartness,'
dear to a coed's heart. f ;
Its trim shoulder line is'J 1
accenutated by a quilted
neckline-frail yet allur-
ing. Its full swing skirt 'k
delightfully contrasts
with its tiny waistline. A
silk print, which I'm sure you'll
love, again shows Dillon's shop
exquisite taste. The print is blue
dominating with dubonnet and
white flower pattern. The skirt is
pleated and a wide dubonnet belt
effectively brings out the color
tones of the print. The dresses
are smart-you be smart!-See
Dillons!. *
THE THRILL OF A LIFETIME
-What else could it be than the
moment the processional begins
and the bridal train starts down
the aisle. You brides of the spring
season, take notice for HELEN
POLHEMUS now gives you a pre-
view of the glorious
event to come in honor
.. of National Bridal
Week. She features the
t ;Gone With the Wind
bridal hats. Tiny, pe-
tite and charming.
She also makes hats
to order. Her suggestions are po-
tent, her views are most reliable.
Take a hint from one who knows
-see Helen Polhemus and ad-
mire her hats!
INTRODUCING A NEW LOVE-
LINESS-It is three exquisite,
new Elizabeth Arden powder
shades. The master of ceremonies
is QUARRY on State Street. The
purpose is to enhance the delicate
coloring, which the feminine mode
for Spring demands.
The first powder
shade is a delicate,
peach-pink, called Re-
-- noir Fink. As u ual
for Arden powder,
they are available in
both Illusion and Ca-
meo textures-Illusion
a gossamer, fine powder and Ca-

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meo a slightly heavier mixture.
The second is a sophisticated
bisquue, yellow shade, that has
been named Goya Yellow-this is
more exotic and vivid. The third
is Light Lysetts, a pink version of
her well known Lysetta powder.
Be up to date-don't forget, it's
Arden's new powders now on sale
at Quarry.
THE PERFECT WHOLE-Em-
erson mnay have had his perfect
whole, but to a woman the perfect
whole is a complete set of lingerie.
TOWN AND COLLEGE SHOPPE,
the new store across from Wiekels,
gives you this per-
sonified in a delight-
fully demure and
dainty set. It includes
a slip,. brassiere, I
pants; nightgown and ,
pajamas. This an-
swer to an woman's
prayer comes in
striped pink or blue
rayon. The slip and
nightgown are deli-
cately faced with
hand detailed lace.
The set is attractive-
ly priced. It would
make much a lovely bridal shower
gift or- birthday present! To have
a set in your wardrobe would *e
definitely ideal. Start saving your
pennies now, gals!
* * *
A SURPRISE IN EVERY
PACKAGE-It may come with
every package, but we're revealing
the prize-It's Mary Dunhill's
Frou Frou du Gardenia Lipstick,
with the compliments of CAL-
KINS-FLETCHER. The package
should consist of any
of Mary Dunnhill's
preparations. This is
a bargain, because
Swt all know the qual-
ity of her products.
Emphasize your own
personality is their
motto. Each girl's
skin and features are
different. With the aid of the
beauty consultant at the Beauty
Bar, you can do much for your
own individuality. The lipstick
offered is one of her finest and
newest creations. Each of you
should be eager to try it out. It's
a date-At the Beauty Bar from
March11 to March 23. Don't be
late!

ject: "The Immunological Aspects if JGP usher's meeting Tuesday, "Why I Am A Quaker."
Serum and Virus Proteins." March 12, at 5 o'clock in the League. 10:45 a.m. Public Worship. Dr. L.
Attendance compulsory. Bring class A. Parr will speak on the Lenten
Engineering Mechanics Colloquium: ISermon Theme: "The Faith We De-
Professor H. M. Hansen will talk on dues.Icare-That the World Shall Be Made
"Stability of Struts of Variable Cross Righ t dt.
Section." The meeting will be held Bookshelf and Stage Section of the 6:00 p.m. Student Fellowship Sup-
on Tuesday, March 12, at 4:00 p.m. Faculty Women's Club will meet on per, followed by an address by M.
in Room 314 West Engineering An- Tuesday, March 12, at 2:45 p.m. at l (Continued on Page 8)
nex. Refreshments will precede the.u
talk. A M
Junior Mathematical Society will NEW HAT FLATTERY
meet Monday, March 11, at 7:30 p.m.
in Room 3201 A.H. Miss Sally Lev BELOVED TURBANS that hug the head
will speak "On Perfect Numbers." close ... Made to order fromyour material
or ours ... Ribbons . .. straws... fabrics
Mathematics Club will meet Tues- or flowers. All in our Spring collection.
day, March 12, at 8 p.m., in the West :
Conference Room of the Rackham .Hats that are different!"
Building. Dr. Eilenberg wil speak on KI EY AT S
!"Certain Methods for Proving r xis- MeK'"a INSEY HAT SHOPt~
tence Theorems." 227 SOUTH STATE
Tau Beta Pi dinner meeting Mon---
day, March 11, at 6:00 p.m., Michigan " \\ \M R\
Union.
Graduate Students: A meeting will /
be held Thursday, Mar. 14, at 7:30
p.m. in the Amphitheatre of the
Rackham Building to discuss plans
for the formation of a graduate coun-
cil. The purpose of the council would *
be to promote and cordinate gradu- 8 NICKELS ARCADE
ate activities, both social and edu-
cational, and to better relations be-
tween graduate students and faculty.
Your attendance is necessary to as-
plaeidcaeyu ntrsCysin ,~arefree
sure Success. If unable to attend,
please indicate your interest by sign-
ing list at the Information Desk in
the Raekham Building. If you are slim, you'll love this
Fellowship of Reconciliation meet- /f. boneless combination...that could
ing Monday at 7 p.m. in Lane Hall. be a young irl's first foundation.
Arthur Burks will lead a discussion ,
on the basis of pacifist ethics. IRayonand cotton satin elastic con-
bindwith woven mesh elastic.
Open House, Barbour Gymnsaiim
on Wednesday evening, March 13, The uplift bust is topped$U5*;
7:30-9:30. Special guests invited are with soft lace. Model 3741
residents of Adams House aild the /
League Houses in Zone I. All stu-
dents welcome.
Weekly Duplicate Bridge Session
will be held in Room 302 of the Mihi- A 5
gan Union, Tuesday, 7:30 p.m. Small
entrance fee.
be Glorified by GOSSARD
The Hillel Camera Club will meet
Monday evening at 7:30 at the HilelG\\\ \\ \\. \\ \
£ hiqi wa
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Y OU'RE LOOKING for Gay prints
that splash bright flowers on the
Spring scene.. . you'll want starchy
white blouses to contrast your gay
sweaters and plaid jackets . . . you
want the Rowdy-Dow cardigan
sweater with clever cash-and-carry
pockets. So,.
LOOK IN AT
JACOBSON'S SPORT SHOP

Glamored The

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So, .bowi to popular demand we now
offer for the first time
K. Wragge Dresses
One- and two-pice tyles--------14.95

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enhanced withi lovely costtUme jewellery.

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