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,FACE FOUR

TSHE SUMMER MICHIGN=..UY29DAILY

SUNDAY, JULY 28, 1929

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DAILY OFiCIAL BULLETIN
Publicaton in the Bulletin is constructive notice to all mem-
bers of the University. Copy received at the office of the Dean
of the Summer Session until 3:30, excepting Sundays. (11:30 a.
m. Saturday).
VOL. IX SUNDAY, JULY 28, 1929 No. 30
Educational Conference of the School of Education:
Professor .C. C. Crawford will speak on "Teaching Study Habits"
at the afternoon conference on Monday, July 29, at 4 o'clock in the
auditorium of the University High School.

CONTRACTS ARE GIVEN
N OR AIR MAIL BEACONS
Contracts have been awarded for
the erection of 14 additional bea-
cons on airmail routes in Michigan.

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Notice to all Candidates in any School or College, Expecting Degrees or
Certificates at the Close of the Summer Session:
All diploma and certificate fees must be paid before the Faculty votes
recommendations for the conferring of such' degrees or certificates.
Such fees may be paid at any time and will be refunded if the degree is
not conferred or the certificate voted. Proper blanks are to be filled out
at the office of the school or college in which the candidate is studying!
during the Summer Session.
Shirley W. Smith, Secretary of the University
The Women's Golf Classes
Will meet at the Municipal Golf course on Fuller Street, commenc-
ing Monday, July 29. Anna Zauer
Tatterman Marionettes:
The Tatterman Marionettes will be presented Monday matinee and
evening, July 29, in the Lydia Mendelssohn theater. The program will
include a dramatization of Ruskin's "The King of the Golden River," by
Catherine Reighard, a former student of the University; a Japanese
lyric drama "The Melon Thief," and two other short numbers. The
marionettes are highly recommended by educators and artists wherever
they are presented. General admission, 50 cnts. Children at the matinee
performance, 35 cents. These performances are sponsored by the Ann
Arbor Alumnae.
Amy Loomis
Hindu-Chinese Student Dinner:
Hindu-Chinese Student Dinner will be given at Fletcher Hall on
Sunday, July 28, at 7 p. m. Mr. J. B. Lillard, President of Sacramento
Junior College, California, will speak. Charge 50c.7
S. A. Rahman, A. Chang
Excursion to Put-in-Bay:
The Put-in Bay excursion party will leave for Detroit by special
interurban from' the corner of Packard and State Streets at 6:30 a. n.,
gaturday, August 3. At Detroit the group will take the boat for Put-in-
Bay-a thre hour trip down the Detroit River and out into Lake Erie.
Four hours on the island will allow ample time for luncheon, a visit
to the caves, to Perry's monument, and to other points of interest. The
party will be back in Ann Arbor' at 10:30 p. m. Expenses, including
luncheon and dinner, will total about $4.00. Reservations should be
made in room 2051, Natural Science Building, with Miss Wilson.
J. P. Rowe
Exhibition of Water Color Paintings:
A collection of water colors is now on exhibition in the ground floor
gallery of the Architectural Building. Among the exhibitors are some
of the leading American painters. The exhibition is open daily from
9:00 to 6:00, excepting Sundays. The public is cordially invited.
Emil Lorch
Faculty Concert:
The sixth concert in the faculty series for the Summer Session will
be given at Hill Auditorium on Tuesday evening, July 30 at 8:15 o'clock.
Mrs. Margaret MacGregor of the organ faculty and Mr. Stanley Fletch-
er, a student of Guy Maier of the organ facut lillyw,ETAOINUNU
er, a student of Guy Maier of the organ faculty, will participate in a
very interesting program. The general public is cordially invited to
attend. For obvious reasois, small children are not allowed. The pro-
gram is as follows: Widor; First movement from fifth Symphony:
Gluck, Lento and Air from Orpheus; Bach, Prelude and Fugue in E
minor (Mrs. MacGregor): Schumann, Scenes from Childhood (a) About
strange lands and people (b) Curious story (c) Catch me if you can
.d) Entreating child (e) Contentedness (f) Important event (g) Dream-
ing (h) By the fireside (i) The knight of the hobbyhorse (j) Almost
too serious (k) Frightening (1) Child falling asleep (m) The poet speaks
Ibert, The little white donkey; Scott, At the donnybrook fair (Mr.
Fletcher) Kinder, In springtime; Debussy-Christian, Reverie; Bonnet,
Rhapsodie Catalene (Mrs. MacGregor).
Charles A. Sink
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This will bring the number of bea-
cons guiding the airmail pilots in
this state to more than 30 and will
complete the lighting for night
flying of thea irmail routes between
Chicago, Kalamazoo, Jackson and
Detroit, and Bay City, Detroit anid
Toledo.
Airmail beacons now in opera-.
tion in Michigan arel ocated at.
Battle Creek, Jackson, Dearborn
and Wayne on the Kalamazoo-De
troit leg of the Michigan air lines;
at Edwardsburg, Marcellus, Penn
and Schoolcraft on the Kalamazoo
Chicago line, and at Bay City, Sag-
inaw, Flint, Holly and Birch Run on
the DetroitBay City section. There
also are revolving beacons at Grand
Rapids and Lansing and on the first'
lighted route in the state, between

GRAND MARIAS, Minn., July 28.
-Nearly 500 men had been re-
cruited today to fight threatening
fires in Superior national forest.
The fires broke out of control of
350 men late Friday and burned
over 1,000 acres in the Brule and-
Cascade lake districts. High winds
and excessive heat combined to de-
feat the efforts of the forest rang-
ers crews.
The flames headed toward Brule
lake. The camp of the Cloquet
Lumber Co., the largest in this sec-
tion, was in the path of the fire,
.which started Monday and is esti-
mated to have burned over 4,0001
acres.

(By Associated Press)
PHILADELPHIA, July 28.-Miss
Anna Pennypacker, daughter of
the late Samuel W. Pennypacker,
who was governor of Pennsylvania,
passed the night in a police cell.
She was one of 55 persons arrested
Friday night when police raided a
radical meeting in Grand Frater-
pity hall.
The prisoners were charged with
holding a meeting without a per-
mit, and some of them with dis-
orderly conduct and d1tributing
seditious literature.

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BUTLER.-In answer to the
question, "What has become of'
Chinas' immemorial sleep?" Dx.
Charles T. Paul, president of the
College of Missions, claims, "China
is not now asleep, she is awake
even in the classroom. During all
the troublesome time since 1905,
this country has gone ahead with
her schooling."l

Detroit and TFoledto.
xLAccording to Dr. Paul there has
Eight new beacons will be install- been a silent revolution of trans-{
ed on the Detroit-Kalamazoo air- lations of the popular novelist{
This young lady pictured above mail route-one between Battle books like Dickens, Victor Hugo,,
is out to put some life and romance Creek and Kalamazoo, two between I Shas and Ibsen. These transla-;
into the pigskin game. She says Battle Creek and Jackson, two be- tiorls into the Chinese language!
she can do a coaching job as well ' tween Jackson and Ann Arbor and
as any man and is now looking for two between Ann Arbor and De-
a position at one of the countrylslegeA toitRE ER
colleges. tot E E V

have been made by many of the
American instructors in the col-
leges of China.
INDIANA.-"Will the "Missing
Link" ever be found?" Dr. Austin
H. Clark of the Smithsonian Insti-
tute says no. The: gap that separ-
ates man from the monkeys is an
honest one that never was bridged,
he believes, in further explanation
of his recent theory of evolution.
Man and the other primates form
a tree all their own and their rela-
tion is not a descent of one from
the other, but that of a common
and unknown ancestor, he believes.
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