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PAGE FOUR

THE SUMMER MICHIGAN DATT .Y

THE +ar SUMMFR R4TC1 'i-TI.ANT PrLCiATTV1
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FRIDAY, JULY 27, 1928

DA ILY- OFFICIAL BULL[TIN
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. (11:30 a. m. Saturday).
Volume VIII FRIDAY, JULY 27, 1928 No. 29
Examination Schedule:
The examinations to be given at the close of the eight weeks session
will be conducted in strict accordance with the schedule printed on page 33
of the Announcement of the Summer Session.
Edvward -I. Kraus
Women's Educational Club:
The Women's Educational Club will meet at 336 Tappan Road, Monday,
.July 30, from 7 to 8 p. m. Mrs. W. D. Henderson will discuss the Women's
League Organization and Building. There will be a vocal solo by Miss
Turnbull and a piano solo by Miss. Helen Doyle.
This will be the last regular meeting of the Club for the summer. All
campu' women are cordially invited.
Elizabeth ergpson,
President
Excursion to Put-in-Bay:
The excursion to Put-in-Bay will leave for Detroit by special interurban
from the corner of State and Packard streets at 6 a. m., Saturday, July
28. At Detroit the party will take the regular Put-in-Bay boat. Four hours
will be spent on the island. The chief attractions on the island are the
caves and the monument to Commodore Perry. Those who wish to go please
leave their names with Prof. Hussey, room 3051, Natural Science build-
ing.
IL C. Hussey
Men's Educational Club:
Men who are planning to go to the picnic on Monday must buy tickets
before Friday afternoon in order that the caterers may know the number
to prepare for. The following men have ticket's: Schorling, Boyne, Hertz,
Haisely, McFarlane, Averill, Nesbit. Tickets are also on sale at the desk
in the Union.
F. G. Averill
Summer Students:
All students and faculty members are cordially invited to attend a
social evening given by the League this evening, at Barbour gymnasium.
Danciing, cards, and refreshments, from 8:30 to 12 o'clock.
Marie Ilartweg,
Sununer President.
JOURNALISM 'TRAINING IN COLLEGE
IS BENEFICIAL TO STUDENT, BRUMM

LEGLESS AND ONE-ARMED PILOT TO
ATTEMPT NEW YORK-ROME FLIGHT
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Although handicapped by the lo s of his right arm and both legs,
Morris R. Daugherty, plans to f1y f rom New York to Rome. He is at
present at Roosevelt field making p reparations for his voyage.

Four Iowa Students
Missing In Canada
(By Associated Press)
IOWA CITY, Iowa, July 26.-
Whereabouts of four students of Iowa
university, John D. Fuller, '29, Max
Kane, '31, Gordon Armstrong, '30,
and Peder Boddum, '30, who set out
from Winnipeg June 5 determined to
travel the Arctic circle in a canoe
and were reported lost in northern
Saskatchewan several days' ago, is
still unknown, though hope for their
safety was revived by the arrival
here of letters written by the boys
on July 5 at Lac du Brochet, at the
northern tip of Reindeer lake in
which they expressed confidence of
their ability to complete the 3,000
mile trip, a feat which has never

PUT-IN-BAY EXCURSION , 0 ON S T R Y
Saturday, July 28, has been set as
the day for the annual excursion to
Put-In-Bay, which is being conducted
this year by Prof. R. C. Hussey of
the department of Geology. The
party is to leave the corner of State4
and Packard streets at 6 a. m. Sat-
urday, proceeding directly to Detroit,
where the steamer, Put-In-Bay, will
be boarded. Although it was plan-
ned previously. to go to Detroit by
interurban, those in charge of the
trip have since been able to charter
a special bus, which will take the

been accomplished by a regular or- party directly to the
ganized expedition. is the only change

boat
that

docks.
has

This
been

J. B. Cummines, manager of the
Hudson's Bay company post at Rein-
deer lake, reported that he met the
party three weeks and a half ago and
that their food was almost gone, most
of their equipme..t lost or damaged,
and their clothing in poor condition.
His testimony is supported by E. J.
Sinclair, another traveler.
For Good Food
and Quick Service
Eat at the
'Arcade Cafeteria
NICKELSARCADE
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STATE STREET

made in the program, according to
a statement by Professor Hussey last
night.
This excursion offers many attrac-
tions to those planning to make the
trip. The island of Put-In-Bay is
noted not only for its interesting
history, but also for its beautiful
scenery. There are three caves on
moth cave, and Perry's cave. Some
the island: the Crystal cave, Mam-
of these huge caves were the scene
of important happenings in Ameri-
can history.
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College journalistic training, ac-
cording to Professor John L. Brumni
of the Journalism department, has
much to be said for it, both as a
rmatt-r of individual training and as
public benefit.
P1otessional standards, which inay
w&l be attained by the enforcement
of (duational dernar. : is the only
un an- by which ea' c! ntrol of- the
press is to be regulated. A lo *1)
concurrence of the school in the fit-
,Irg o the futu'. journalist, Pro'
spr Brumm 'states:
"If the school cannot accomplish
this training, then it cannot be done
at all. For the thing to bo done is
not a simple routine of practice, but
a technique in sifting and applying
social values. Certainly the school
may be presuned to possess the best
equipment for a stu1dy of this pro-
cess."
There are,o according to Professor
Brumm, two false current notions
concerning courses in journalisin--
that "the instruction received can con-

sist merely of training in writing aft-
er the manner of newspapers." The
-.:-ok on the contrary is in the con-
struction of a story and editing, an
art, the mastery of which requires
practice. The other equally false im-
pression is that a general broad ed-
ucation is the best preparation for
the journalistic career, and the con-
sequent lack of need for journalistic
courses. The general education, says
Professor Brumm, furnishes ideal val-
ues, but lacks in the efficiency neces-
sary for everyday tasks.
"Until committed to the profession-
al standards attendant upon the en-
forcement of educational competence,
reportinig," states Professor Brumm,
"will continue to be a haphazard call-
ing, a career without dignity, under-
paid, insecure, irresponsible, and the
news of the day will continue to be
compounded, to a dangerous degree,
ialities and bad taste, to say nothing
of mnisinformation, exaggeration, triv-
of the neglect of vast areas of pro-
litable information."

SOFT RED TO BE POPULAR IN FALL
Fall styles show a marked popu- The style tendency toward these
larity for the softer shades of red shades of reds and browns is shown
especially the wood tones, verging in- in the emphasis placed on the blend-
to rose and the browns, according to ing of the gloves and hose with the
Mrs. Virginia Rubely, of the Rubely shade of the dress. She further
Shop in the Arcade. Blues will be prophecies that the V necks, although
more vivid and startling, than they they are to trying to most women,
have been this summer, and will even will still be much in vogue, and also
rival the popularity of the wood the costume jewelry will continue to
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