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THE SUMMER MICHIGAN DAILY

PAGEFOU THESUMER MCHIAN DILYSATURDAY, JULY 21, 1928

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UA I L Y 01 [ I C IL B U LI LII I N I of Pharmacy, tihe School of Education, and the Graduate School:
II AiL r t, AL UUL LI~ NExcept in extraordintary circumstances courses may not be dropped%
_____________________________________________ with out E. Grade after July 24. !
Publi-,ation i h Bulletin is constructive notice to all members j T. E. Ranikin
of the University. Copy received at the office of the Summer Session SH W N
until 3:30 p. mn. (11:30 a. m. Saturday). POSTER DISPLAY SH W N FORMS
Volume Vi1i SATURDAY, JUTLY 21,192IS No. 24 OF HEALTH ACTIVITIES IS HUNG
Psychology 127s An exhibition of posters, charts, ercise. The work ranges from indi-
The examination Monday will cover the first ten chapters in Wiiggainmadohrmtra once ihavda otr oei r lse n
and the chapter in Myerson, as well as the material discussed in class, program of health activities for chil-Eder special direction in poster making
C. H. Griffitts de so dslyiroo 2Agl to joint class efforts in kndergar-
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.uusteiiiors -School of Education:halTedipyisontoteub Many forms of expression are found
~.ug~t in. Anyone interested in health edu- in individual work. A yawning baby
All students registered in the School of Educatioii who expect to comn-cto may find suggestions and ma- states that is "Time for Bed." One,
plete the requirements tor graduation b~y the end of the present Summer .cryn u elhpo postei takes the form of a sheet of
Session will please note the tentative list posted on the Bulletin Board of the ter'ial tormusicwithg ikubottesaeachrepre
School of Education in Tappan Hall. Any person expecting a degree fromi gram. All those attending the health msec tnting a t child l who hasac attained cer-
thnin School of Education, whose name does not appear on this list, should institutes are particularly invited to tain standards, taking the, place ofj
seetheRecrdr imedatey.visit the exhibition by Dr. Sundwall. notes. The bottles are arranged toj
Office hours: 10:30-12 A. M.; 2:30-3:30 P. M.thtueoahalhsnsngbte
Gretchen Krug, Recorder. The exhibition is under the directionthtueoahalhsnsngbte
________________of Miss Mabel C. Bragg, assistant children. A lighthouse throwing its
Excusio toPutIn-ay:superintendent of schools, Newton, beam out over a sea is entitled "Milk
Massachusetts, visiting professor of steLg htto eah. Kidrrn
The excursion to Put-in-Bay will leave for Detroit by special interurban 'halth education. -efforts present the desirability of out
from the corner of State and Packard streets at 6 a. in., Saturday, July The posters which form part of the door play.
28. At Detroit the party will take the regular Put-in-Bay boat. Four hours work shown were made by children Bed time is pictured in many forms.
will be spent on the island. The chief attractions on the island are the in various grades and represent their Clocks' showing the correct hour for
caves and the monument to Conmmodore Perry. Those who wish to go please interpretation, of the health program each grade were made by the class
leave their names with Prof. Hussey, roomr 3051, Natural Science build-I
of their school. They deal with prop- and pictures of children going to bed
lug I. H Iussey er bedtime, weight, posture, and ex- are pastedI into position.
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STARTING TODAY-
A COMEDY OF 1928
" BILLY WELLS
and the
FOUR FAYS
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"Youthful Frivolities"
Sunday-EMIL J.ANNINGS
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PRE MIERE
Bringing together for the first time
Light
Music
Drains.'
Thoman
ilf red
painting the settings in living, moving
LIGHT
with the Wonder Instrument of the Age
TheClavilux-
Color Organ which plays Liht
instead of sound
Prof.
Earl V. Moore
and the
Frieze Memnorial Otrg fan
and the
Players,
Presenting
Henrik Isben's Great Heroic Play
HILL AUD ITORIUM
Mon. arid Tue..
July 23,24108:*15
Tickets 75c (unreserved), $.00 (reserved)
on sale now at State Street Book Stores

A V ivid and Absorbing Tale of the Ogrientf
- in ada shinq,
5iashirnq romance]
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The University of Michigaft Presernts The ROCKFORD PLAYERS 3,dsam ~ seao
TONIGHT AT 8:015-Sarah Caswell Angell Hall Harry Wagdstaffrbbl'.

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ickets now on sale
for "THE VIKINGS"

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.

THE BEST AMERICAN COMEDY EVER WRITTEN

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