rRIDAY, J'tJLY 11, 1924
THE SUMMER MICHIGAN DAILY
FRIDAY, JULY 11, 1924 THE SUMMER MICHIGAN DAILY PAGU TH~
Will Speak Today
long been a lack of good books In
this field, and it is hoped in the ec-
onomics department that this new
book will be available for the opening
of the fall semester.
The new dean will return to the
U'niversity the first week in September
to officially take up his new duties.
t DAILY TRYOUTS
Students registered in the
Summer Session of the Univer-
sity who wish to work on the
Summer Michigan Daily editorial
staff are asked to call Ramsay at
2040 or Mansfield at 396, or to
come to the Press Building on
Indianapolis, July 10.-John Zahnd,
of Indianapolis, was nominated for
president of the United States on the
National Independent ticket and Roy
M. Harrop, of Omaha, was chosen
The people of the United States
saved during 1923 more than they
earned during 1890.
Nearly $46,000,000 worth of silver is
held by banks of Shanghai, China.
Wembley, the site of the
Empire Exposition, can be
from 126 stations in central
in an average of 18 minutes.
CAR, TIRE and TUBE
Printing and Developing
Our Developing and Printing depart-
ment is especially well fitted to give you
the best possible results from your pic-
tures. : Twenty-four hour serbice.
LYNDON & COMPANY
Prof. Robert M. Wenley
Professor Wenley, of the philosophy department, will speak this after-
noon on "The Romanticism of John Davidson." The lectures of the dis-
tinguished scholar are always popula r with summer school audiences.
Every Nite (except Monday) and All
Day Sunday at
Follow M-65 Out North Main
GLSSES .IN FOOTBALL,
Football and basketball are the most
popular of the courses offered in the
summer session coaching school un-
der the head of the athletic depart-
ment. The course in organization and
administration follows closely in pop-
ularity, and baseball, track, play-
ground, and first aid courses also
draw a large proportion of the stu-
The method in use in the instruct-
ion of the athletic courses consists in
lectures and demonstrations by mem-
bers of the teaching staff, followed by
actual practice of the theories taught
by the members of the classes. Cor-
rect form in the various sports are
explained, illustrated on the field, and
then imitated under the supervision
of thecinstructors. The combining of
the lecture with the laboratory meth-
od of teaching produces a high degree
MILE LECTURES ON
PUBLICITY IN SCHOOLS
Mr. C. L. Miller, Director of Publi-
cations in the Cleveland Pubic
Schools, Cleveland, Ohio, lectured
Tuesday afternoon on "Publicity in
the Public Schools."
"We may assume the axiom," said
Mr. Miller, "that the public school
system depends on public support to
a great extent. The accepted fact
that people act on the basis of men-
tal pictures, makes it important for
teachers and others interested in the
schools to form a favorable picture of
education in the minds of the people."
Mr. Miller enumerated several av-
enues by which the public mind may
be reached, among these were the
newspapers, the high school papers,
reports in various organizations, such
as the Parent Teacher's Association
and the Chamber of Commerce.
Underlying publicity is the p~erson-
ality of the one who comes in contact
with the newspapers and the people,
declared Mr. Miller. Able teachers
with frank, winning personalities are
the best publicity agents a school may
Greece has 35 mining concessions,
which embrace nearly 20,000 acres.
"RICH" the shoe man is in town for
ten days. Order your all campus
maccasin sport shoes. Call between
10 and 2. 2878-R. 610 Forest.
WANTED TO BUY
FORD COUPE-Call 3003-J and leave
Telephone Number or Address.
FINEST Watch Repairing in the city.
Arnold's State Street Jewelry.
Day Writes Book
On Ec Statistics
Prof. Edmund E. Day, head of the
economics department and dean of the
new Schol of BusinessAdministration
is spending the summer at his home
in Hanover, N. H., the home of Dart-
During the summer Professor Day
is working on the problems that con-
front his new school, and is also writ-
ing a book on statistics. There has
Student Work a Specialty
523 E. Liberty at Maynard
1 block off State
C A R R I C K
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7th Week iph Season
THE BONSTELLE COMPANY
A Sparkling Comedy of American Life
The Harvard Prize Play by Phillip Bary
"YOU and .E
Next Monday-"The Awful Mrs. Eaton"
Lew Cody in
"THE SECRETS OF PARIS"
The Spat Family in
HELP ONE ANOTHER"
Frank Mayo and Evelyn Brent
"The Three Orphans"
By K. C. Witwer
Soon-James Kirkwood in
"YOU ARE GUILTY"
Laura LaPlante in
A new round of the
Soon-Harry Carey in
"THE MIRACLE BABY "
"JACK O' CLUBS"
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