Scanned image of the page. Keyboard directions: use + to zoom in, - to zoom out, arrow keys to pan inside the viewer.

Page Options

Download this Issue


Something wrong?

Something wrong with this page? Report problem.

Rights / Permissions

This collection, digitized in collaboration with the Michigan Daily and the Board for Student Publications, contains materials that are protected by copyright law. Access to these materials is provided for non-profit educational and research purposes. If you use an item from this collection, it is your responsibility to consider the work's copyright status and obtain any required permission.

August 04, 1929 - Image 4

Resource type:
Michigan Daily, 1929-08-04

Disclaimer: Computer generated plain text may have errors. Read more about this.




R E W S F R 0 M O T H E R C !0 L L-E GREHSCI Education Committee Christiansen Wins
_____________________________________ Plans State Program Singles Tournament
IOWA-Fire struck up early this Lauer admits, but he has discover-
Publication in the Bulletin is constructive notice to all mem- spring, when the Big Ten faculty ed that some of them were un- A state committee of the Nation- In the finals of the Intramural ten-
bers of the University. Copy received at the office of the Dean commission temporarily suspended founded. He is confident that the al Education Asociation met in nis singles tournament J. M. Chris-
of the Summer Session until 3:30, excepting Sundays. (11:30 a. the University of Iowa from con- Iowa athletic council will satisfy Ann Arbor last Thursday to discuss tiansen, former varsity player from
m. Saturday). ference athletic competition, has the demands of the conference- of- the general program of work for St Olaf's college Minn swept
VOL. IX SUNDAY, AUGUST 4, 1929 No. 3 been smouldering quietly. Edward ficials, which would likely mean the State Educational association. hrt.ole easy victory, over-
___________________________________________________ II . Lauer, newly appionted director Iowa's reinstatement. At this meeting it was d cided to c houight an easy v-ito-y, over-
of athletics at Iowa, has been mak- convene again on Augst 30 for coming Sauzedde 6i-3, 6-0, 6-3.
Changes in Lectures: ;faheisa oa a enma-cneeaa nAgt3 o Christiansen with his partner Has-
mg a complete investigation of the INDIANA-Miss Jean Miller, of further consideration. Citiansenaithis aeoHs
It has become necessary to make several changes in the special situation and is now preparing re- Indianapolis, a junior at Indiana Those attending were, Dr. J. B. seltine also managed to walk off
lectures scheduled for 5 o'clock in the Auditorium of the Natural Science!ports for use in gaining reinstate- university, has the distinction of Edmonson, dean or the School of with the doubles honors by wading
Building for the week of August 5 to August 10. The program as revised ment in the conference. A great being chosen for the collegiate hall Education, Supt. Frank Cody, De-through Sharon and Rosenthal
is as ollows 6-3, 6-0.
is as follows: amount of the new director's time of fame in the current issue of troit; Supt. Otto Haisley, Ann
Monday, August 5: Highway Traffic Control, by Professor Robert this summer has been taken up in College Humor. Arbor; Supt. L. A. Butler, Grand In the handball singles H. R.
L. Morrison. gathering information and investi- Miss Miller has taken a promi- Rapids; Supt. M. R. Keyworth, Bishop defeated William Lovas,
Tuesday, August 6: The Strategy of Advertising, by Professor John gating the accusations that were nent part in campus dramatics at Hamtramck; E. T Cameron, secre- while the Jones Sunderland com-
L. Brumm. responsible for Iowa's dismissal the state university during her tary of the Michigan Educational bination eliminated Berkowitz and
Wednesday, August 7: The Place of Speech Correction in Education, from the conference. Director freshman and sophomore years. association. Stein, 21-2, 21-8, to carry off the
by Professor Robert W. West. Lauer is still working on his report She has been a member of the casts State Superintendent of Public doubles crown.
Thursday, August 8: Tolstoy and his relation to the Present Rus- which the athletic council probably of "'Campus Affairs," university Instruction Webster H. Pearce is Shepard, former all-campus
sian Government. will present to the Big Ten faculty vaudeville show, and the "Jordan expected to attend the conference horseshoe champion overcame Yaf-
Friday, August 9: Ends and Means in University Dramatics. commission. Some of the charges River Revue," all-university musi- on August 30 at which time the fee, 21-9, 15-21, 2110, and Helmes,
Edward H. Kraus against Iowa were authentic, Dr. cal comedy. mehod of carrying out the state 21-1, 21-7, both in the same day to
- - - -program will be considered. clinch the singles title. In the
Sunday Worship Service: before Friday, August 9, 6 p. m. in room 9, University Hall. The size doubles Shepard and Johnson have
Ann All-University Service will be held in the Lydia Mendelssohn of the party will be limited. Students planning to drive their own IOWA STATE.-41 states and 7 yet to meet Berkowitz and Stein to
Theater at 8 o'clock this evening. There will be a presentation of theautomobiles should be at the prison office, at the head of Mechanics foreign countries ar represented decide the winner of the title.
philosophy of Tolstoy, with slides from the motion picture "Resurrection" Street, Jackson, by 9:15 a. m. in the graduate college enrollment The golf tournament is progress-
interpreted by Reverend Allison Ray Heaps. An excellent service of Carlton Wells of Iowa State college during the ing more slowly. Dayton is wait-
music has been planned. All are cordially wlcome. .,summer session 7 students are from ing to take on the victor of the
Student Christian Association Phi Delta Kappa: mChina, 1 from Hawaii, 1 from Switz- JamiesonCole match when it has
_______ The annual summer picnic will be held Monday afternoon at elnCndProRcMxc.bncmltd
yPleasant Lake. Cars will leave the University High School at 4:00 p. m. _rland, Canada, Porto Rico, Mexico. ben completed.
Faculty, School of Education: The picnic supper will be served at seven o'clock. If you have not
There will be a meeting of the Summer School Faculty of the made your reservation as yet, do so by leaving a note in the Phi Delta
School of Education in room 109 Tappan Hall on Monday, August 5, Kappa mailbox in the corridor of University High School before 10:00
at 4:05 o'clock. All members-especially visiting members--of the Fac- a. in. Monday.
ulty are urged to be present. CWesley C. Darling, Pres.
C. 0. Davis, Secretary j-
Students from Michigan State College:
American Chemical Society: All men students from Michigan State College enrolled in the Sum- -
Identification certificates which entitle the holder to reduced round- mer Session are requested to meet for a dinner and get-together at
trip railroad rates for the Minneapolis meeting (September 9-13) of the Chubb House, Wednesday, August 7, at 7:00 p. m.
the American Chemical Society may be obtained from the undersigned
by members of the local section. L
Education Club Banquet:
The Educational Club Banquet will be held Tuesday,- August 6,
at the Michigan League Building, at 6:30 p. m. *Professor Boyd H. Bode I -
of Ohio State University and nationally known as an educator, will 200 CHAIRS Every Afternoon and Evening
be the speaker. Tickets may be secured in room 101 Tappan Hall or
at the University High School office until 5:30 Monday afternoon. One Block North r Hill A ;itrur
Thomas Diamond On lokNot rom Hl uditoriumA
ExcinN.8 uch"" inr Saunders" Canoeev r
Michigan State Prison, Jackson, including prison industries, the Breakfast, Lunch and Dinnerivery
cell blocks, dormitory, dining hall, and recreation grounds, will betRo
visited Saturday morning, August 10. The party will leave in special $7.50 per week On the Huron River at the foot of Cedar St.
buses at 7:45 a. m. in front of Angell Hall, State street, arriving back
in Ann Arbor about 12 o'clock. Round trip bus tickets must be secured
Lunch and Dinner, $6.00 per week
Secure Your Supplies at
________ ___Il *Opportunity
1111 South University Ave. r Block from Campus Right Here in Ann Arbor
---------------- Still Deeper Cuts inR
Awaits every man attending the University Summer
Pric T h i iekSession who is planning on buying a used car during
P rice T his W eek tremndos oum f e ca--is ' r as is-- the beis
the next six months. The Detroit area, due to the
1 have moved shoes into the $6.85, tremendous volume of new car sales is the best
$7.85 and $8.85 sections that were $10.85 market in the world to buy a used car.
R educed! last week. $1.00 less for 2nd and 3rd pairs. We now have in stock five six cylinder 198
model sedans and coupes-all are equipped with 4
If you know anything about my shoes and better service wheel brakes-all have been thoroughly checked
Blouses of silk, pongees, linen and tailored your good judgment will tell you to buy all the shoes we have and reconditioned.
Blose o syk pongees, lnnadtioe to fit you at such low prices.anrc tie.
blouses. All of these have undergone a
marked change downward in price. Blouses If you have never worn any Purfield's Shoes now is your
s Sh es n w is your$ 6 9 5 .0 0
are of particular importance right now. They opportunity to buy them for less than ordinary shoes and find
are very desirable for traveling, for home or Tut what you have been missing for years.
jr -.. _. __ _:_ _. rn , . ,, iThis group includes Dodges, Graham-Paige and

for street wear. They are cool, comfortable Pontiac. Others from $50.00 to $500.00.
and offer possibilities in many changes of cos. ALL CANVAS RUBBERSOLED
tume at very little cost. SHOES NOW LESS THAN COST. We can finance your car if you live in any one
I have sorted all Ladies', Men's and Children's into 3 lots of the 48 states.
Sale Prices, $1.95 to $5.95 as follows:
Come in and see us.
Values from $4.00 to $4.50 cut to $2.00 pair
Values up to $3.50 now $1.50 pair
Values up 'to $2.50 only $1.00 pair
R. H. Alber
FOURTH AVE. 514 East Washington Street
Phone 22569
Box 9115 Present iN LWITEELLO OF THE
Box Office Open 10.9s TRELAWNY TE


.a 1%h auE .a jl~


- I I ~~~~TVii A MF.NJIU'!Q~fumJ '3F &A'UU' 1I

I__ 1


Back to Top

© 2022 Regents of the University of Michigan