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THE SUMMER MICHIGAN

DAILY

D OFTEN INJURED
DULT STANDARDS,
AN SPEAKER SAYS
ATHERINE GREENE AVERS'
LD SHOULD BE LEFT
TO ITSELF
LDS GROUP TRAINING;
States Pre-Sehool Nursery
Ishes Proper Educational
,Environment

TED TO
IN TRIAL

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SPTsWORL9
WRESTLERS WILL COMPETE lrap, will be honored at a "Sisler
Donahoe, George, Hewitt, Watson, Day" celebration July 7, when he
aure, and Kumitura. are the Uni- plays here with the Boston Braves.

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FOR RENT-Nice single room; very
reasonable. 520 Cheever Ct. 6-7-8
FOR RENT-3 rooms, sn-igle or
double. Price reasonable. Call 22314.
324 Thompson. 6-7-8
WANTED-Man living in Ann Arbor,
would like opportunity to secure
transportation by auto to Musgegon
on week-on Phone 2-2442.

FOR RENT-Two large sin
for men students. Price
$3.00. Two blocks from
917 E. Huron. Phone 816
FOR SALE-Double-deck 1
mattresses, double deck,
with springs, one single
solitary c'uches. Dial 584
422 E. W-shington.
FOR RENT-Two large dou
and one single. Graduate
teaoiers, business girls a
Also garage. Dial 8544 or
E. Washington.

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versit3 of Michigan wrestlers who
will compete in the Olympic meetI
trials at Grand Rapids today, tomor-
row, and Thursdiay. .
SISLER TO BE HONORED
ST. LOUIS, July 2-George Sisler,
captain of the 1925 University of
MIchigan baseball team .and who was
as a member of the St. Louis Browns,a

I MANY ENROLL AT WISCONSIN
MADISON, July 2-A new record
h is been established by the Wiscon-
sin summer cbachtng school with the
enrollment of 140 men from all sec-
tans of the country in 16 physical
education and technique courses of-
f4 red during the six weeks session.
The 1928 attendance registers a ten

lult standards are very injuriou~s
hildren of pre-school age when
standards are imposed on the
by older people", declared Mrs.
erine B. Greene in a lecture *iv-
the auditorium of the University
School yesterday a ternon at
o'clock.. '
child tends to be strained and
onscious in the presence of older
e", the lecturer said, "~and for
reason we try, as much as is
ble, to make the pre-school nur-
a place entirely for children.
adults who are present, there
as still as possible so as not tol
ct the child away from his play.
average home", she continued,
not h .ve sufficent facilities for
roper tradning of the child. Child-1
should be trained to obey the.
of the group in wthich they
S'they should be allowed the
anionship of children of their,
age; and they should have plen-
the right kind of guidance in
play. All of these things are
A at the pre-school nursery."
Two Elements Needed
ere are two elements in the
child's training that are taken
f by this kind of school", Mrs.
e said. "First is freedom to ex-
ent and second is an educational
>nment". She demonstrated the
in which the pre-school nur-
urnishes the proper educational
lmment with the play-materials
re placed on the school grounds
result of the training given by
nethod is remarkable", she con-
. "All of the children that haveesn
ieir earliest training giv~n thqm
pre-school nursery are poised,
erly, and industrious."
Talk First of Series
s lecture was the first of the
included in the informal con-I
:e course being offered by the
I cf Education, both for regular-
rolled students and fo, super-
ants, supervisors, and teachers
ind it possible to spend only a
of their time on the campus.
Katherine B. Greene will give
er lecture this afternoon at 4:05
e auditorium of the Universityj
school. The subject will be
ent Tendencies in Pre-primary

Wilfred Ketz

Captain of next year's Michigan
track team, who is expected to win a
place on the American Olympic team.
He took first place easily in the ham-
mer throw at the midwest Olympic
trials held at Detroit Saturday and
Sunday, with a toss of 153 feet.
Executives Selected
For Staff Of S. C. A.
Appointments to the executive staff
of the Student Christian association
were announced yesterday by Martin
Mol, '30,. association president. Mark
Andrews, '29, was selected to act as
secretary and Herbert Hunter, '29BAd,
will be treasurer for the 1928-29 school
year. Andrews wad recently chosen
to be chairman of the Student Convo-
cations committee and Hunter was
elected vice president of the .Michigan
Union from the combined schools in
the all-campus elections this spring.
Additional members to the new S.
C. A. cabinet were as follows: Exten-
sion, Harold Husband, '29; Fresh air
camp, George Rich, '30L; Conferences
and'conventions, Chester Bennett, '29
Foreign students, William Palmer, '29;
M Student handbook editor, Robert
Finch, '29.
The board of trustees of the assoc-
iation is now composed of Registrar
Ira M. Smith, chairman, President
Clarence Cook Little, Eugene Clark-
son, Frank E. Royce, Mrs. John W.
Bradshaw, and Martin Mol.
Work on the publication of the Stu-
dent Handbook, which is an S. C. A.
activity, is well underway,,according
to the managing editor, Robert Finch,
'29.
David Belasco will present Beth
Merrill in a play dealing with the rec-
onstruction period following the Civil
War early next fall.
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