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J'A~iV 1~L~kLTHE SUMMER MICHIGAN DAILY

FRIDAY, JULY 20, 1928

DAILY OFFICIAL BULLETIN
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. mn. (11 :30 a.,im. Saturday).

Institution, of Learning

in Italy

Making History in the Theater

FRIDAY, JITLY 20, 1928

No. 23 1

Public Health iNurses:
All Public Health Nurses enrolled in the School of Education are cordi-
ally invited to tea from 3:30 to 5:30 o'clock at Fenwood Drive (corner of
Granger andl Ferdon) Saturday, July 21.
Mrs. Barbara H. Bartlett
Wometn's Education Club:
The Women's Education Club will meet Monday evening, July 23, at the
new Museum from 7:00 to 8:00 o'clock.
Miss Crystal Thompson, Curator of Exhibits 1Extensici, will speak on
"The University Museum and its Relation~ to the Public Schools." Miss
Matilde Gates will give a clogging number.j
All Campus women are cordially invited to attend.
A, Elizabeth Fergu son
President

The Home of the Amneric ant Academy in Rome

AMERICAN ACADEMY IN ROME HAS
FELLOWSHIPS FOR ART STUDENTS
According to Professor Henry A. with $500 additional for travellilngex-
Sanders of the Latin Department, who" penses. Besides this there are five!
will be on the faculty of the Amer!-j more fellowships for- the sameI
can Academy in Rome next year, amount. Only unmarried students un-
ther'e are six fellowships each year to; der thirty years of age are eligible
the American Academy open to men for these fellowships.
and women alike. These fellowships; To be eligible for these fellowships

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is required to engage in special re-
search.
IMen who have fellowships reside
in the academy and women in the
Villa Aurelia. The stipend is paid
in monthly installments, certain dle-
ductions bieing madIe to cover board
and travel conducted by the Academy.
The art students travel a great dleal
on their own initiative so as to re-
produce what they see. There is a
fine library for the student's use at

the Academy.
nIecessary as
all their own

Only
the
books

one attendant ?s
students secure
for the shelves.
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are for students in the classical the student must have a reading1
studies. Besides these there are fel-, knowledge of French and -German,
lowships in architecture, some in' and have at least eight years ot Latin=
painting, in sculpture, andi in land- and six years of Greek. Ancient his- i
scape design. There are always a 1tory and archacology- are necessary.
number of students who are not on The fellows are accepted without ex-
fellowships who attend the acadecoy. amination; other than the submission
The art students hire studios in the' of the reuqired papers, by the Fel-
town andl receive their instruction' lowship Jury, which is composed of
from the Academy. nine eminent p~rofessors in American
There is the Jessie Carter Memorial1 universities. During their study at
fellowship for $1,500 for two year-:, the American Academy each fellow !-
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Present
Henrik Isben's Heroic Play
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accompanied by
Thomas
painting the settings in' living, moving
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with the marvel, invention of the age
The Clavilux;
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instead of sound
and
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at the
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bringing together for the first time
Musi~c
Drama
A 'World Premiere
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STARTING TODAY-
A COMEDY OF 1928

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adthe
FOUR FAYS
In
"Youthful Frivolities"
Sunday-EMIL JANNINGS

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