THE SUMMER MICHIGAN DAILY
THURSDAY, JULY 19, 1928
THURSDAY. JULY 19. 1928
DAILY OFFIC'IAL BULLETIN
Publiyation in the Bulletin is constructive notice to all members
of the University. Copy received fat the office of the Summer Session
until 3:30 p. in. (11:30 a. m. Saturday).
Volume VI THURSDAY, JULY 19, 1928 No. 22
MEN STUDENTS AT UTAH UNIVERSITY [flEA TflIfTlIMTu [}N I
CHOOSE PRIZE BEAUTIES IN CONTEST S FUUVV IlAN&TIIPLAN IEL IS WDLE
(By Associated Press) bumpy landing.
NEW YORK, July 18-Charles A. Shortly after Levine had taken off
Levine's famous trans-Atlantic mon- Tuesday night he ran into difficulties
oplane Columbi'a was a wreck today, when the right wing dipped sharply.
and its owner had another spectac- He had just about straightened out
ular landing to add t, his flyingI the plane when the wimg dipped
)iusic Appreciation Lectures :
Through the courtesy of the Victor Talking Machine Company, Mrs.
Agnes Winslow will give complimentary lectures on Music Appreciation
problems in Elementary and Junior High Schools, for two weeks beginning
July 23. The lectures will be .given at 4 o'clock in the hall of the School of
Signed: Earl V. Moore.
Conference Group for Thursday:
Professor Thomas Diamond will discuss the subject, "Vocational Guid-
ance in the Junior High School" at the auditorium of the University High
School at 4:05 o'clock. Professor Diamond will show the importance of a
vocational guidance program in the junior high school. This address will
be very valuable to all those connected with educational work.
Levine crashed at Curtiss Field,
I ong Island, Tuesday night in his
ourth attemut to make a landing aft-
.r a 20 miute flight. The landing
gear, the propeller, the rigbt w ing
jnd the left wing tip were smashed,
but neither Levine nor hi's passenger.
.Maj. A. L. Fleming, was injured.
again. He then headed back so low
hce nrr.d other hagars by inches.
e gilled about for another at-
'mpI and overran the field. The
hird time he narrowly missed some
On the fourh lh ttempt he again
misjudged his distance and fell short
of his mark. The plane landed on
Arthur B. lloehlmran. k I! I
August Senlors-School of Education: University of Utah undergraduates held a beauty contest last week;
all male students participated in the decision. The fair victors, shown above,
All students registered in the School of Education who expect to com- are Helen Daley, Beth Musser, and Grace Anderson.
plete the requirements for graduation by the end/of the present Summer
Session will please note the tentative list posted on the Bulletin Board of the Hamtramck To Send EDUCATOR SPEAKS
School of Education in Tappan Hall. Any person expecting a degree fromIWOMEN'S CLU-
the School of Education, whose name does not appear.on this list, shgould Young Players HereA
see the Recorder immediately. At the Women's Educational Club
Office hours: 10:30-12 A. M.; 2:30-3:30 P. M. Announcement wa made late meeting onday night held t the
Gretchen Krug, Recorder. t
The Christian Science Society of the University of Michigan will holdt
its meeting tonight in the Upper Room of Lane Hall, at 7:45 o'clock.
Joseph H. Woodward.
MRS. MAC GREGOR IS FIRST- WOMAN
TO PLAY ON NEW FRIEZE ORGAN'
terday by Dean; Edward H. Kraus of Pi Beta Phi house, 836 Tappan Road,
the schedulinig, of a special concert Miss Mabel C. Bra; , A's 3stant Sup-
to be given on the evening of Aug- erintendent of Scho^-s of Newton,
ust S by the orchestra of the public Massachusetts, told 1a number of
schools of Hamtramck. stories.
The orchestra which is under the When a young woman, Miss Bragg
The landing recalled a similar one the road the right wing striking ta
Levine made in the same plane at low fence, turning the plane on its
Croydon, England, last fall, when on nose. Levine and Fleming crawled
his first solo flight he flew over the from beneath the wreckage un-
English channel from Le Bourget scratched.
'Field, near Paris. At that time, after "It was my piloting," said Levine,
four attempts, he succeeded in bring- ap logetically. "My take off was bad,
ing the plane to a safe but somewhat but my landing was worse."
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"It is rather a coincidence that I1
should be the first woman to play
on the Frieze Memorital organ," said.
Margaret MacGregor, post-giaduatef
student o. the College of In-sic ofr
Cincinnati and assistant to Palmer!
Christian, "for I gave the last con-
cert on the old organ in Hill audi-f
torium. Another 'first' that I proba-1
bly shall add is that of being the
first woman to receive a degree in
organ from the University School of}
Music, as the degree is being offered1
for the first time.1
"The ld fashioned reiudie ;
organ, than is required to play a
goidd piano. There are wonderful
opportunities for women in origan
playin; now that this limitation of
sheer strength has been removed,
and the field is far from crowded.-
Previous to my work under Mr.
Christian, I received my training
from a woman at the Cincinnati Col-
lege of Music.
"As a rule the organist tries to
please as many of the audience as
possible. To do this requires a mix-
ture of widely varying selections. I
play one part of my program for
those who NIave(IP) d intere.st in me-
direction of Mr. Stacey Holmes, isj
composed of 65 musicians betweenj
the 'ages of 12 and 17 who are stu-
dents in the school of Hamtramck.
The organization was founded four
years ago and since that time it has
been developed into a finished en-
semble, which has made for itself anI
This will be the last concert of
the Summer Session and it is being
given to demonstrate to the teachers
who are attending school here this
summer the progress in public school
music which has been made in Mich-
igan. Arrangements for the concert
were made through Mr. M. R. Keys-
worth, superintendent of schools at
of all makes, large
apd ortable. Sales,
0. D. MORRILL
heard some fascinating stories told
by a woman and conceived her am-
bition from that.
The next meeting will be held at
the new Museum next Monday night
and all campus women are invited.
One of the Virginia representatives
in the House proposes that the cen-
sus bureau republish census reports
from 1800 to 1840, in order to pre-
serve for all time the names of Amer-
ica's "real aristocracy."
STATE ST. JEWELERS
against women organists is still very chanics and technique, and another
prevalent," Mrs. MacGregor cogntin- part for those whi wish to enjoy
ued. "I think this is because former- melody and rhythm without consider-
ly physical strength was necessary ing mechanical skill. My personal
for good playing and people do not preference is for the extreme clas-
realize that it takes no more strength sics such as Bach - and Widor, and
to play a modern organ:, especially the very modern, as Mulet," con-
such a one as the Frieze Memorial cluded Mrs. MacGreor.
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Love and the Prize Ring
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James Gleason and
Two Men-,a Woman and-Trouble!
Ex"lusi eMajestic Appontments
A Pariimomit Christie Comedy
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