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THE SUMMER. MICHIGAN DAILY

THE SUMMER MICHIGAN DAILY THURSDAY, JULY 12, 1928
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THURSDAY, JULY 12,'1928

DAIL Y OF FICIAL BULLETIN
Publi 2ation in the Bulletin is constructive notice to all members
of the University. C.,py received at the off'ice of the Sarmer Sessionl
until 3:30 p. m. (1.1:30 a.,in. Saturday).

CABINET MEMBER PAYS A VISIT
TO COOLIDGE AT SUMMER HOME

News From Other Colleges

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THURSDAY, JULY 12, 1928

No. 16 I

Urniversity Men And Women:
The last class in Social D~ancing will be ,held Thursday, July 12, at
the Women's Athletic Building at 7 o'clock in the evening.
Ethel McCorinick I
Wome~n's Educational Club:
The Women's Educational Club will meet from 7 to 8, Monday evening,
July 16 at 836 Tappan Road.
Miss Mabel C. Bragg, Assistant Superintendent of Schools, Newton, Mass.,j
-no assisting in the University Health Department, will entertain the
Club. Miss Bragg's ability as a reader is well knowvn to students on the
Michigan campus.
-Miss R~ie Andrews will play a piano solo.
All campus women are cordially invitedI.
Elizabethm Ferguson, President
Conference Group for Thursday :
Supt. John Erickson of the H-illsdale Public Schools will discuss "Super-
vision, in a Small School System" at the conference group at the auditorium
of the University High School Thursday afternoon at 4:05. This discussion
will be of practical value to school men in the field.j

WISCONSIN-The latest innovation announced at the twenty-first annual
jhere is an experimental school of Esperanto congress recently held
creative arts for children from about1 here. It is planned to petition the
10 to 13 years old. Enrollment regents to add the new course to the
limited to 100, and already 30 appli- university curriculum.
cations have been rejected. Writing-
poetry, clay modeling, and composing ILLINOIS---Experiments are being
music are some of the activities en- conducted here by the department of
gaged in. theoretcal' and applied mechanics to
determine the bursting strength of
MIDDLEBURY COLLEGE-" T h e1 cast iron pipe as part of a co-opera-
World Does Not Owe Me A Living" tive investigation supervised by the
was the subject of an essay contesi American Standards committee.
here.-
>l kiel Blarrym-'re's tour in Maugh-
WISCONSIN-A class in Esperanto l' "The Constaint Wilfe" ends this
will be started here next fall, it was! w- (k in 'San Francisco.

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Arthur I1. Moehimam

( tered his resignation as seretary of

Public Health Nurses:
A lecture of interest to all Public Health Nurses wil:
July 12 at 3 in the afternoon, in Room 20, WVaterman;
;Mildred G. Smith, Staff Associate of the National Societ:
of Blindness. Miss Smith will give a demonstration w
Card for children under school age and discuss the co
carried on by this National Society. The public is cord:
Mrs. Bar
The Christian Science Society of the University
tonight at 7:30 o'clock in room 302 ot' the Michigan Unioi

Professor Walter

Believes Wor

Students Are More Wil iri
"On the whole, women student~s are1 "Women in su
much more willing to work than men," fromn those in the
says Erich A. Waltbr, assistant profes-. they usially haye
sor of "rhetoric, "but they are muchj finite idea of wha
more apt to ask for extension oP time consciously work
for required work.E want. Students
"~Mixed classes seem desirable in ar2e not awarer
rhetoric courses. .In certain types of their training.
writing it is desirable to have women's
viewpoints as well as men's. Co-eda-;
cation in discussion groups is valu-
able to both men and women in emi- = .
riching their outlook. The average
number of men to women in the win- .1jK.(.
ter rhetoric courses was three to two; . O.D
In summer, just the reverse. a

the interior in the President's cab-, ing campaign.
11 be given Thursday, #91t39l6l dll illllli1 l1 ltltl9iiC1(Itl li il l1@t 6iil!'
gymnasium, by Mis's
,y for the Prevention
ith the Snellin Test f~
nservation of vision
bama K. Bartlett A ? EN "~
of Michigan meets -R IX. N Gj.._Li ('S
on,
nen EVERY FIA Y NIGHT
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Bu-d _Jo~dens-" , 'Wolveines
ummer school differ =le
regular term in that _.=
'e in mind a very de-E Restless- U i MUI
at they want and are =
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