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PAGE FOUR
DAILY OFF i C I AL BULLETI
Publicaton in the Bulletin is constructive notice to all mem-
bers of the University. Copy received at the office of the Dean I
of the Summer Session until 3:30, excepting Sundays. (11:30 a.
m. Saturday).
Vol. IX 2UNDAY, JULY 21, 1929 No. 24
All University Service:
Dr. Samuel }Forrer will address the university service in the Lydia'
Mendelssohn Theater of the Women's League Building, this evening,1
July 21 at 8:00. All are cordially invited.
Student Christian Association
Educational Conference of the School of Education:
Professor J. B. Lillard will speak on "Relation betwyeen College En-
trance Requirtments and High School Curricula" at the afternoon con-
ference to be held at 4 o'clock on Monday in the Auditorium of the
University High School. Professor Lillard is speaking in place of Pro-
fessor William Proctoc who was scheduled for that date.
Thomas Diamond
Women's Education Club:
The Women's Education Club Picnic will be held at the "Firelilace"
on Monday. Those planning to attend will meet at the North Universi-
ty entrance of the Women's League Building between 6 and 6:15
o'clock.
Henrietta Howser, President

THE SUMMER MICHI( =. 14 DAILY

SUNDAY, JULY 21, 1929

BlacHills' Monument

Gutzon Borglum Will Again Direct Carving
Of Colossal Reliefs In Brow Of Mountain
Gutzon Borglum, who was so en- on Mount Rushmore and started
furiated at the lack of the confi- to design his models in his
deuce in his plans for the Stone studio in San Antonio, Texas. It
eorgine is planned to make the carving in
Mountain Memorial in Georgia;full reliefs so that they will be rec-
that he destroyed his own models ognizable at a distance of three
will again try his hand at colossal miles.
sculpture in the shape of the These proposed carvings were
Mount Rushmore Memorial in the authorized by state and federal
Black Hills of South Dakota. acts in 1925, and in 1927 President
After a great deal of study of Coolidge dedicated the memorial
the surrounding country he settled during his visit to the Black Hills.

Men's Education Club:
The Men's Education Club will meet at the Union at 7 o'clock
Monday evening. A special musical program has been arranged.
Thomas Diamond

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Phi Delta Kappa:
I should like to see all active members of Phi Delta Kappa for a
few minutes immediately after the Men's Education Club meeting on
Monday evening on the third floor of the Michigan Union.

Rushmore Memorial and Sculptor Gutzon Borglum
The gigantic undertaking which to be cut in the brow of the moun-
to be started this summer in the tain by that name, will consist of
eaceful quiet of the Black Hills, colossal sculptured figures of Wash-
ear Sioux Falls, South Dakota. ington, Jefferson, Lincoln and
he Rushmore Memorial, which is Roosevelt,

Wesley C. Darling, President is
Signing Out Slips: TIE
Signing out slips are due and may be brought to the undergraduate TI
offices in the League building on Monday.
Dorothy Woodrow
THEFASIONPLATE
Paris has won out! It seems the models exceptionally hard to
that in spite of Americans who pre- copy. F.rom all of which we may e
fer the straight up-and-down, sim- infer that patience brings its own
ple sports type of frock, the high- reward!
waisted and feminine fashion i- The new silhouette for eveningI
coming into its own. is even more feminine. Besides
The simple, artless, and easily- stressing the natural figure ana
copied garment has never appealed higher waistline, skirts are getting
to the chic Parisienne nor to the longer by the minute, and the ex-
great French fashion establish- tremely low back decolletage pre-
ments. For long, these houses have vails. Ivory pan-velvet is very
tried to "put over" the dress which important for fall evening wear.
stressed the natural lines of the , Autumn coats also show a real
figure, but the style did not take tendency against the straight wrap-
in America. At last, however, they around style to which women hav
have succeeded. clung persistently for the last fiv
At the recent mid-season op-r years. The newer coats show some
ings in Paris, American buyer: adaptation of the princess line,
were hastening to order dresses especially the formal coat for street
which molded the body, placed the or afternoon wear. Flares placed

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