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THE SUMMER MICHIGAN DAILY

WEDNESDAY, JULY 18, 1928

?AGE F'OUh THE SUMMER MICHIGAN DAILY WEDNESDAY, JULY 18, 1928
THOMAS CHOSEN lAIfl MALI nnirro ~ET~

DAI LY 0F FCIAL B ULLETI N
Publi;ation 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).

T HOM AS CHOSEN MMM0|(DQT
AS IDAHO SOLON !l tMRN UULLD ULI.)
Eft 77722!''iE4 RECORD LOW SCOREl

WOMEN ARE CONSIDERABLY LIMITED
IN LIBRARY FIELD, SAYS GOODRICH
Contrary to popular belief, women are usually filled by men, partly be-
are considerably limited in the library cause of certain traditions and partly
field, according to F. L. Goodrich, as- because the masculine contact along
sociate librarian here. technical and professional lines, ne-

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Volume Viii

WEDNESDAY, JULY 18, 1928

Nso. 21

Confereace Groui for Wednesday:
Professor Marshall Byrn will discuss the subject, "The Place of the
General Shop." He will discuss the history of the movement and the
reason for its place in the modern school curriculum. He will indicate
the program and expense entailed in such a procedure. This will prove
valuable not only to teachers and supervisors of this subject but also to
administrators who are interested in pliacing this subject on the program
of their school.
Arthur B. Moehlman
Observatory Nights:
Tickets for Visitors' Nights at the Observatory, July 24, 25, and 26 may
be obtained at the office of the Summer Session, from 10 to 12 a. m. and 2
to 4 p. n. These tickets are intended for students of the Summer Session,
Who will present their Treasurer's receipts when applying for them. Stu-
dents desiring to avail themselves of this opportunity to visit the Observa-
tory should apply for tickets at once, as the supply is very limited.
T. E. Rankin
tUlversity :Hen and Women:

(By Associated Press)
CHICAGO, July 17.-Golf record.
seldom if ever turned in by a woman
golfer, is the latest triumph of Mrs.
Melvin Jones, veteran Chicago cam-
paigner of the links.
Stroking with wizard-like artistry.
Mrs. ,Jones shot a 73-nine under
women's par and only one over men's
par-to lead the qualifying round of
the Chicago women's golf champion-
ship over the diffiult number one
course at Olympic Fields yesterday.
"National safety" was written all
over the resolutions adopted at a re-
cent meeting of the American Auto-
mobile association. About the tirst
move on their part should be to teach
people that they are likely to find
more gasoline than they expect when
the light a match over the tank.
Illinois cosmeticians say that wo-
men are least beautiful in March and
most beautiful in June.

"A good many positions are filled
by women, it is true, but there are
.ertain types of work which must be
done by the men. Our staff here iss
comprised of at least one-fifth men.
these occupying positions which are
considered too hard for the women
and yet entail considerable responsi-
bility. The larger executive jobs too.

cessitates it. In placing our graduates,
we are forced to consider this handi-
cap and suit the individual to the posi-
tion he, or she, is to occupy. Due to
Michigan's high rating, the placing of
our graduates has been particularly
tcces'-eSful, a matter which is due
chiefly to the efficient staff of the
school here."'

Social dancing will be continued Tuesdays and Thursdays from 7 to
p. m., until further notice. Music furnished by a 3-piece orchestra.
Ethel McCormick

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Summer Session Seniors:
College of Literature, Science, and the
Students who will complete their
the end of the present summer session
time during the summer. The blanks
office, Room 4, University Hall.

Arts.
requirements for their degrees at
may pay their diploma fees at any,
may be obtained in the Recorder's
Florence Mohr, Recorder -

John Thomas
Banker and cattleman of Gooding,
Idaho, has been appointed by Gov.
H. C. Baldridge to fill the senate va-
cancy caused by the death of Frank
R. Gooding.
HOTELS TAKE STUDENTS
ITHACA, N. Y., July 17-Fifty alum-
ni of the world's first four year col-
lege course in hotel administration
have been assimilated by the hotel
business, Prof. H. B. Meek of Cornell
university announced todlay.
The course was established at Cor-
niell in 1922 and has graduated four
classes with degrees of Bachelor of
Science. Sixteen graduates were in
the 1928 class. They too, have found
pusitions in the business.
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NESTLE
CIRCULINE
is the only
method that
waves your hair
according to its
individual require-
ments. ft is safe,
sure !

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For Good Food
and Quick Service
Eat at the
Arcade eCafeteria
N IKELS ARCADE
AND
M LUNCH
STATE STREET

MICHIGAMME
RESTAU RANT
The Newest and The Best
Our carefully selected diet is of
the finest foods-w h ole s ome
and good.
Our lunches and dinners are
deliciously prepared-our prices
fixed and reasonable.
We take great pride in our ser-
vice. It is prompt and attentive.
NEXT TO THE MICHIGAN THEATRE

O'NEILL WILL SPEAK

TELEPHONE INCREASE

Professor James M. O'Neill, head of Friday the Michigan Bell Telephonej
the. department of speech, will deliv- company completed distributing the
er an address 'at 5 p. m. toda~y in Nat- 9,925 July directories. This is a gain
ural Science auditorium on the sub-
Ject "The Function of Speech Educa of 150 over last January. It is expect-
tion." His lecture this afternoon is ed that the next issue will pass the
open to the public. 10,000 mark.I

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BLUEBIRD HAIR SHOP
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The Laugh Riot of the Summer
"Ihe Kohens & Keilys
in Paris"

V

J. FARRELL
McDONALD

-: WITH :
GEORGE
SIDNEY
-: S'T'AGE :-

VERA
GORDON

STOP, LOOK, LISTEN!

A Dancing Revue :-

-: WITH :-

LORETTA
GRAY

ARCHIE
ROCK

and the
SIX KURNICKER GIRLS

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CAFETERIA

Service and Quality

The University of Michigan. Presents The RIOCKFORD PLAYERS 3rd .s:.eason
Thursday Night at 8:-Sarah Caswell Angell Hall rrtWaes,
Gr~blos CtnoY

Coming-"THE VIKINGS."
"Years may pass before we shall
have another chance to anything ap-
proaching it in vastness of conception
or in beauty of production."
C. C. LITTLE

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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.

Smart, Light, and Clever, the Best American Comedy

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