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THE SUMMER MICHIGAN DAILY

WEDNESDAY, JULY 11, 1928

THE SUMMER MICHIGAN DAILY WEDNESDAY, JULY 11, 1928

D A ILY OFFI1C IAL B ULLET'IN
Publi: ation in the Bulletin is constructive notice to all members~
of the University. C Dpy received a.t the office of the Summer Session
until 3:30 p. m. (11:30 a. mn. Saturday).

HfIill auditorium, Wednesday evening, July 11, at 8:15 o'clock, by Margaret IWE 'S D C TO ATLU E R
MVacGregor, a member of the organ faculty of the University SchoolS N S E U A I A ' H AR
of Music. The general puiblic, with the exception of snmall children, is in- DISJCUSSION OF SPEECH EDUCATION
vited. No admission charge. Widor: Allgero vivace (Fifth Symphoi;
Johnston: Evensong, Bach: Prelude :and Fugue in D Major; Wolsten-1 School men in attend~awicei at the! correcting sp ech defects in pupils in
11ointe: Romanza; Russell: The. Bells of Saint Anne de Beaupre; Mulet: Summer Session heard a discussion of the public schools. He did not wish
Toccata "Thou Art The Rock." some of the problems of speech edu- to lessen the emphasis on debating,
-----ha1rles A. Sink cation by Prof. ('Neill at a meeting of 'oratory, and extemporaneous speak*
'-wxo plays by George K iser, "The A stray dog which had become the the Men's Educational Club held at 11ng, but' plead for these activities to
Great Fire in the Opera Douse," anti pet of aviators at the Chicago munic-17 o'clock Monday right at the Union.I be placed secondary to the other
phase of the work that of improving
"rThe Phantom Lover" have been an- ipal airport was buried recently with P-f 'el tesdpriual h peho hs h aesec
no nced for next, season. honor's.
the need for much more emphasis on (diffin i

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WEIJNES14AY, JULY 11, 192,*8

No. 15'

School Adluiistr4itors and Teachers :
The Bureau f App:Antments invites those who are enrolled and whose
records are out of date to bring them up to date at this time. The office
will -be open daily from 9 to 12 in the morning and from 2 to 4 in the
afternoon.
Hleleni R Shambagh Secretary
Womien's League Tea:
All women students are invited to the League tea, honoring Mrs. C. C.
Little and the Rockford Pldyers, today at the Women's Field House, from
3:30 to 5 in the afternoon.
Marie lHartwig
Conference -Course for Wednesday:
Professor. Clifford Woody will discuss "Testing: Theory and Practice."
Professor Woody has had charge of the testing program of many Michigan
schools the past few years and at this meeting he will discuss this pro-
gram and lill endeavor to learn in what tests the school men who are
attending summer school will be intere'sted in for the coming school
;ear.1
A. B. Moehlman

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Shows Daily 2:00-x3:34-7:15-9:00

Factulty Coneert:
The following program will be given in the Faculty Concert Series, in

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Meico To Have
'Air Mail Routej
(By Tloe Associated Press)
MEXICO CITY, July 10.-Mexico'sI
first air miail service with the United
States or any foreign country will
st irt September 15, Mexican Inde-
pendence Day, acording to plans the
department of communications hopes
to realize. The projected route 'will
be from Mexico City to Queretere.
S%n Lui Potosi, Satillo, Moneterey,
connecting at Laredo. Texas's with a
United States air mail route.
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Nights 75c and $1, All Friday and
Saturday matinees, all seats 50c.
Tickets at State Street bookstores and
the door. Box Office telephone after
7:00 o'clock, Dial 3282.

M aurine Watkin's Smashing Satire

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