THE SUMMER MICHIGAN DAILY
WEDNESDAY, AUGUST -$, 1924
PAGI~ FOUR WEDNESDAY, AUGUST 8, 1924
DAILY OFFICIAL BULLETIN
Publication in the Bulletin is constructive notice to all members of
the University. Copy received at the Office of the Summer Ses-
sion until 3:30 p. m. (11:30 a. m. Saturday).
Volume 4 WEDNESDAY, AUGUST 6, 1924 Number 240
Acts As Advance
Agent For Prince
Of Wales' Visit
Schedule of Examinations:
the final examinations in the Schools and Colleges on the eight
weeks basis will be held Wednesday, Thursday, and Friday, August 13, 14,
and 15, according to the following schedule:
Hours of Recitation Time of Examinations
7 ....... ....................Wedenesday ................2- 4
8 ..... .,............... .....W ednesday .................4- 6
9 ..............................Thursday ...................8-10
10 ....................... ..... Thursday ...................4- 6
11 .............................Friday .....................8-10
1 .............................Friday ....................10-12
2 ............................. Thursday .................10-12
3 .............................. Thursday ..................2- 4
4 .............................Friday .....................2- 4
Irregular .......................Friday .....................4- 6
All classes will continue to meet regularly until Wednesday noon, Aug-
E. H. KRAUS.
Students who expect to receive the Master's degree at the close of the
present Summer Session should pay the diploma fee before August 15.
Blanks for this purpose may be secured at the o.. ce of the Graduate
RUTH A. ROUSE,
All graduate students desiring to receive a report of their summer',
work should leave a self-addressed stamped envelope at the office
of the Graduate School before Augusst 15.
RUTH A. ROUSE,
University Women :
All who wish to attend the Women's League picnic to be held Thurs-
day at 5:30 p. m. on Palmer field will please sign up today or Wednes-
day before noon at the office of the Dean of Women. Only ice cream and
punch will be furnished.
Acting President of the Women's League.
To the Faculty and Students, College of Engineering:
At the request of J. E. Johns, chairman of engineering students this
summer, classes may be adjourned for Thursday, August 7th, after 2 p. m.
to join in an afternoon of recreation, plans for which will be under the di-
rection of the student committee. LOUIS A. HOPKINS,
Mr. J. S. Cleavinger, Librarian of the Public Libraries of Saginaw, Mich-
igan, will give a lecture on "Staff Relations" on Thursday afternoon at 4
o'clock in Room 110, University library. All students of the Summer school
WHAT'S GOING ON
5:00-The Present Situation in Phil-
osophy-Prof. R. W. Sellars. Na-
tural Science auditorium.
8:00-Cello Lecture Recital - "The
Fool and His Fiddle"-Prof. M. C.
Wier. Auditorium of University
5:00-Ghosts in Fiction-Prof. R. W.
Cowden. Natural Science auditor-
8:00-Phillip Barry's "You and r,-
the Class in Play Production, Audi-
torium of University Hall. Admis-
sion will be charged.
5:00-Augustus St. Gaudens, Sculp-
tor-(Illustrated)-Prof. B. M. Don-
aldson, Natural Science auditorium.
8:00-Booth Tarkng'toifis "Intimate
Strangers"-the Class in Play Pro-
duction. Auditorium of University
Hall. Admission will be charged.
Hankow is the leading center in
China for the exportation of human,
hair, and during 1923, the shipments
of this product to the United States
amounted to 353,757 pounds.
What woulO wh do without the can-
ine contingent on the campus?
By Other Colleges
The Summer session of the Univer-
sity physical training courses ended
last Friday. Football was one of the
most important of subjects taught.
Coach Little remarked that the grid-
iron class was a decided success this
year because of the complete co-op-
eration of the students with the
Coach Yost, Coach Little and Coach
Wiemann instructed the class and
employed the most modern methods.
Slow motion pictures of many of the
Conference games of the last few
years were shown to the students at
a rate of one-seventh the actual
speed. This afforded the class the
opportunity to clearly observe the
perfect form and development with
which some striking plays were per-
Photographs were also taken on the
field of different forms of blocking,
tackling, kicking, passing, handling
the ball and the fundamental form-
ations exhibited by the students them-
selves in order to picture to them
their failings and mistakes. One
hour of field practice was indulged
in for every hour of instruction or
lecture, so that- the backfield plays
were firmly impressed on their minds.
The coaching system of athletics at
Michigan for several years has been
so successful as to be duplicated by
various universities throughout the
country. Most notable of these are
Columbia university where Dr. Wilce
of Ohio State, is lecturing and coach-
ing, and at Springfield Y. M. 0. A.
college, where Coach Roper is In
8E OFFERED IN MUSIC
Twenty-five scholarships are be-
ing offered to students of piano, viol-
in, normal training, and public school
music. The winners of these scholar-
ships are to receive free instruction
at the Columbia School of Music as
a result of this extraordinary oppor-
There will be eight honor scholar-
ships awarded to the most talanted
and advanced of the applicants. The
courses offer'ed to those who win
these scholarships are as follows:
Theory, counter point, analysis, sight
singing and chorus singing. The val-
tie of these scholarships varies from
$435 to $665 each.
The other seventeen scholarships of-
fer courses in voice, piano, violin, but
they do not include the subsidiary
subjects which are mentioned above.
The value of the 1st scholarships men-
tioned range as high as $240.
For any one wishing information,
it can be obtained from the scholar-
ship secretary of Columbia School of
Music it Chicago.
Read the Want Ads
The special mission which brought
Lord Southborough to the United
States has finally been revealed as the
completion of arrangements for the
forthcoming visit of the Prince of
PROK J1.R BRUMM TO SAIL
FOR EUROPE AUGUST 28
Prof. John R. Brumm, Prof. of Rhe-
toric and Journalism, will leave Au-
gust 28 with his family for Montreal,
where they will sail on the steamer
"Antonia" for Cherbourg. The
Brumms are planning on spending the
winter in Paris, where Professor
Brumm will make a study of the edi-
torial practices of France and Contin-
ental Europe. Their address in Par-
is will be 10 Rue Henri Martin.
Later they will visit Switzerland,
and Italy, going to England and Scot-
land the following summer. The fam-
ily will return a year from Septem-
ber, at the close of Professor Brumm's
leave of absence.
Classified Ads work wonders. Try
Tte Summer Michigan Daily for re-
planet is a world and a star is a
U N IV ER SITY
BOOKS T O RE
interested in this subject are welcome.
F. L. D. GOODRICH,
Fhe Song of the Builders
Paris, Aug. 5.-Ambassador Myron
T. Herrick plans to return to the
United States for a vacation as soon
as the London conference is over.
We wonder if your boarding house
also serves nothing but roast beef or
cold pork; and eold pork or roast
Kovno, Aug. 5. - The Lithuanian
parliament has ratified the extradi-
tion treaty with the United States.
J 1AT THE THEATERS
Majestic-Barbara La Marr in
"The White Moth"; comedy,
Louise Fanzenda in "Dizzy-
Daisy"; Ollendorf topical car-
toons; Aesop fable.
Wuerth-Ralph Lewis in "The
Westbound Limited"; a H. C.
Witwers' "Fighting Blood"
story, "The Wages of Cinema";
stagE. -This Week
1111 South University Avenue
;litlltl IIIIII 1tlitiltlltltllitlli1111111111111111|111111111 11111111111 11t!1|111111111111111:
EveryNite (except Monday) and All
Day Sunday at
Follow M-65 Out North Main
; ! .
(ON ever hand is heard the
rattle ofthe builder's hammer
andth rasp of his saw. Over-
night,I t seems, buildings rise--
now stheets appear.
And the thousands of new
hoes and great buildings in-
crease the problems of the public
This Company attempts to fore-
see the great wth of service
demand and extends its plant in-
new districts as rapidly as pos.
ble, in an effort to most efficient-
serve the people of Michigan.
oweva,, sudden unforeseen populs-
tio and industrial growth frequent
make it impossible to furnish utility
ic at lpoints inniediately upon
4etriard. fHundreds of new telephones are
Vzitd. The Telephone Company's prob-
im the same as that of the water,
Owr, gas, electric, street, and school
Garrick (Detroit) - Bonstelle
company presents Miss Ann
Harding in "Mary the 3rd."
in~ccz ==%:1O R
The Mans Shop
State Street Over
Calkins & Fletcher
o one ever
gets tired of
ty is a cone
"The One Cigarette Sold the World Oayr"
Try Classified ads for big Results.