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June 28, 1925 - Image 4

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THE SUMMER MICHIGAN DAILY SUNDAY.

DAILY 'OFFICIAL BULLET IN
Publication in the Bulletin is constructive notice to all members of
the University.. Copy received at the office of the Summer Session
until 3:30 p. m. (11:0 a. m. Saturday).
Volume V SUNDAY, JUNE 28, 1925 Number 189
Modern Language Survey:
Professor Algernon Coleman, University of Chicago, representing the
survey of modern language teaching in this country, will be at the Uni-
versity Monday, June 29, and will speak of the aims and methods of the
survey and of the progress which it has so far accomplished at 4:00 o'clock
in Roomd 200 South Wing. It is urgently requested that all teachers of
modern languages be present. This survey is of the utmost importance, and
;eachers must cooperate in order to enable it to accomplish its purpose
in full measure.
A. G. Canfield.
Women Students:
All women students enrolled in the University Summer Session, who
leire a medical examination, will please make their appointment at the
Health Service during the first two weeks.
iN Gertrude Jones, Ni.D.
Weekly Bulletin:
All notices for the bulletin for the week of July 6 to 11 should be left
In the Office of the Summer Session, Room 8, University Hall, before Wed-
nesday noon, July 1.
E. H. Kraus.
thematis 2, College of Literature, Science, and the Arts:
Beginning next week, my section of Mathematics 2 will meet on Tues-
lay, Wednesday, Thursday, and Friday, 10 to 12, room 3010 A.H.
ummer Session Reeption:
A general reception to the students of the Summer Session will be hela
Tuesday, June 30, from 4 to 6 p.m. in Alumni Memorial Hall.
E. H. Kraus.
Shakespearen Reading:
Act I, Scene 2. Portia-Rosenblum; Nerissa-Menard; Servant-Bronson.
Act I, Scene 2. Bassanio-Morgaridge; Shylock-Johnson; Antonio-Sawyer.
Act II, Scene 2. Launcelot-Mrs. Westcott; Gobbo-Crowe; Bassonio-Hirsch-
. man; Gratiano-Gass.
Act II, Scene 8. )Salarino-Holden; Salanio-Brown; Shylock-Black;
Act III, Scene 1. ) Tubal-Menger
Act II, Scene 9. ) Bassanio-Levinson; Portia-F. Chang; Gratiano-Reese;
Act III, Scene 2. ) Nerissa- Hirschman; Lorenzo-Morgaridge; Jessica-
Gass; Salanio-Lippman.
Act III, Scene 4. Portia-Holden; Nerissa-Brown; Lorenzo-Reese; Jessi-
ca-Crowe; Balthazar-Sawyer.
Act IV, Scene 1. The ]iuke-Anderson; Antonio-Demaray; Bassanio-
Lippman; Gratiano-Wilson; Salarino-Johnson; Shylock-Lewis;
Portia-Bronson; Nerissa-Sheets; Clerk-Chang V.
Act V, Scene; 1. Lorenzo-Baker; JessicaI-Hull; 'Portia-Van Buren
Nerissa-Menger; Bassanio-Reese; Antonio-Anderson; Gratiano-
, Morgaride.
Lionel Crocker.
Excursions:
Cass Technical High School and the Hotel Statler will be visitd Wcd-
nesday afternoon, July first. Special guides will be furnished to the party
at both institutions. Party leaves Packard and State Street station at 1
P.M. Return from Detroit, leaving there for Ann Arbor at 6:50 P.M.
Total expense about $2.00.
Carlton Wells, Director of Excursions.
,Faculty Concert:
The second program in the series pf Faculty concerts will be given
Wednesday evening, July .1, 8:00 o'clock in Hill Auditorium by Marian
Struble-Freeman, Violinist, and Eunice Northrup, Contralto, Accompani-
mnents will be played by Mrs. Mabel Ross, Rhead and Dwight Steere. The
general public is cordially invited.
Charles H..Sink, Secretary.
Smmer Milchgan Daily:
Members of the Summer Session staff are entitled to reveive the Sum-
:er Michigan Daily. Application blanks may be obtained in the Office of the
Summer Session.
E. H. Kraus.

Music And Drama
(Continued from Page Three)
It has sold to the extent of more than
3,000,000 copies, and has been trans-
lated into nearly every foreign lan-
guage. As it is included in the curri-
culum of public schools, the big de-
mand for matinee seats has influenced
Miss Bonstelle to offer an extra per-
formance on Tuesday afternoons dur-
ing the engagement, making Tuesday,
Thursday, and Saturday matinees.
"Little' Women" is the story of an
American family, taken fromy actual
life, relating the adventures of the
Marches, particularly those of the
four girls, Meg, Jo, Beth, and Amy. It
tells of their childish pranks, heart-
aches, sacrifices for their parents,
their loves, romances, and the death'
of Beth.
Miss Bonstelle, who plays Mother
March, hastbrought Jessie Royce
Landis to Detroit to play the role of
Jo. This is the thirteenth production
of the play which Miss Bonstelle has
directed.
GARIRICK THEATRE
Anne Nichol's production of "Abie's
Irish Rose" has established a new
long-run record for Detroit, now
starting op its ninth week at the
Garrick eater and continuing in-
definitely. Matinees will be on Wed-
nesdays and Saturdays. The cast is
the original Chicago company intact,
and includes Harry Garrity, the only
surviving member of the genuine
"original cast," who appeared in the
show when it opened in Los Angeles
four years ago. He has never played
in a New York cast.
Only one or two of the conpany
appearing in "Abie and Rose" i
New York remain. The original or-
ganization, with many big Broadway
names, nearly failed, but after Miss
Nichols dismissed these celebrities
and picked an entirely unknown
group, the show became a hit with big
runs in Chicago and New York.
IPHYSICAL EDUCATION
ANNOUNCEMENT
All physical education classes start
Monday morning.
Social dancing classes will be held
by the physical education department
from 7 to 3 o'clock Tuesday and
Thursday evenings at Barbour gym-
nasium for all men and women who
are beginners in the art of ball roon
dancing.
1 Under the 1spices of the W.A.A.
a "Bacon Bat" will be held Thursday
evening at Palmer Field for women
attending summer school. Besides
the food there will be some base ball
games which are sure to be good
sport.
Women wishing to attend the
Bacon Bat will please sign up in Bar-
bour gym as soon as possible.
Louisville, Ky., June 27.-The "bell-
ed buzzard," after an absence of more
than a decade, has turned up again.
Dublin, June 27.-A census will be
taken in Ireland net year, in the
northern counties at least.
Subscribe for the Summer Daiy.

FOR SALE
C-MELODY saxophone. Silver plated
and inside bell gold plated. New a
few weeks ago. Save $45.,811 E.
Huron, 22143. John A. Swets.
FORD TOURING for sale cheap. 1923
Model. Call Hagen, Diol 6578.
WANTED
WANTED-Young man as real estate
sales manager on commission bas-
is. Must have had some sales ex-
perience. Also salesmen for sub-
division work during the summer.
References required. For particu-
lars inquire. Robert D. Heitsch,
Pontiac, Michigan.
Swampscott, Mass., June 26.-Al-'
fred J. Pearson Hof Iowa was appoint-
ed today by President Cooligde to be
minister to Finland.

iF I E COUM
T I S INOT LOS
LO)ST
LOST-An Elgin wrist watch, gold
ribbon band. Reward. Call 8443.

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