THE SUMMER MICHItN '.4DAILY
TUESDAY, AUGUST 6, 1929
DA I LY OF C I A L BU LLET IN
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.
VOL. IX TUESDAY, AUGUST 6, 1929 No. 37J
BATTLE OVER SCHMELING'S FATE
Changes in Lectures:
It has become necessary to make several changes in the special
lectures scheduled for 5 o'clock in the Auditorium of the Natural Science;
Building for the week of August 6 to August 10. The program as revised
is as follows:
Tuesday, August 6: The Strategy of Advertising, by Professor John
Wednesday, August 7: The Place of Speech Correction in Education,
by Professor Robert W. West.
Thursday, August 8: Tolktoy and his relation to the Present Rus-
Friday, August 9: Ends and Means in University Dramatics, by Pro-
fessor Chester M. Wallace.
Edward H. Kraus
CARNEGIE GRANT TO U
TO PERFECT STUDY
As a result of the recent grant to I useful t
the University of $100,000 by the mentsa
Carnegie Corporation, a collection Arts.Z
of photographs and prints has been of arc
started under the direction of Pro- paintin
fessor John G. Winter, the head of prehisto
the new division of Fine Arts, which In a
will greatly improve the resources whichv
for study in that and cognate sub- Alumni
jects. The grant covers a period of referen
five years, and during that time art wil
it is the ultimate aim of the de- well as
partment to become adequately of prin
equipped to offer graduate work in tions wi
Fine Arts. there,i
Starting with a nucleus of about Effinger
2000 photographs and etchings as- change
sembled by the Carnegie Corpora- It is
tion under Professor John Shapley and the
of New York University, the col- new arr
lection will be extended to present reachin
a comprehensive survey of the his- dents o
tory of art. 7000 additional prints use as.
have already been purchased, and creased
are being catalogued in cross ref- availab
erence form so that they will be; schoolt
OF FINE ARTS
to students of other depart-
as well as those taking Fine
The prints cover the fields
chitecture, sculpture, and
g in all periods, from the
oric to the modern.
addition to the pictures,
will be located in Room B of
Memorial Hall, the main
ce books for the history of
.l be transferred there, as
all art periodicals. Groups
ts, etchings, and reproduc-
'ill be constantly on exhibit
in charge of Miss Margaret
r, curator, the groups being
the hope of Prof. Winters
entire department that the
rangement will prove of far
ig value, and that the stu-
f the entire University will
widely as possible the in-
resources, which will be
le from the opening of
Education Club Banquet:
The Educational Club Banquet will be held today, (August 6),
the Michigan League Building, at 6:30 p. m. Professor Boyd H. Bode
Ohio State University and nationally known as an educator, will
the speaker. Tickets may be secured in room 101 Tappan Hall or
the University Hign School office until 5:30 Monday afternoon.
William F. Carey (left) head of Madison Square Garden, and
James A. Farley, chairman of New York state boxing commission,
have disagreed on the matter of continuing Max Schmeling's suspen-
sion caused by failure to carry out plans for a bout with Phil Scott,
the British heavyweight. Carey wants a Sharkey-Schmeling fight.
GRADUATES OF 323 INSTITUTIONS
Excursion No. 8:
Michigan State Prison, Jackson, including prison industries, the
cell blocks, dormitory, dining hall, and recreation grounds, will be
visited Saturday morning, August 10. The party will leave in special
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
before Friday, August 9, 6 p. m. in room 9, University Hall. The size
of the party will be limited. Students planning to drive their own
automobiles should be .at the prison office, at the head of Mechanics
Street, Jackson, by 9:15 a. m.
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 certificat voted. Propr 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
ARE LISTED ON MICHIGAN FACULTY',
The University faculty has had trolled colleges are next with 108.
training in 323 institutions of high- The other classes of schools are
er learning, a compilation of the 'represented by 13 from the Normal
scholastic migrations of instructors chools; 11 from State oClleges; 10,
shows. The compilation lists 724 from Technical schools and 2 from
members of the instructional staff, Theological Seminaries. Two have
681 . of whom received their first degrees from schools listed as
degerees in the United tates and "miscellaneous."
the remainder in foreign schools. Canada gave degrees to 11 of
State universities lead all others Michigan's teachers and Great'
in their contribution to, the Mich- I Britain 9. France with 4, Russia
igan faculty, 384 members gaining with 3 and Germany with 2 repre-;
heir first degree in some one of sent the countries with definite
the 33 schools. Of these, 268 gain- listings, 14 instructors coming from
ed their first degree at Michigan. schools of other countries.
Privately controlled universities Harvard claims 38 members of
are Almae Matres for 151 of Michi- H aclais 38 mbe-
gan's teachers, while privately con- thefa ulty; 1 e hi-
sot an Clumia13 ac; Chi-
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strict accordance with the following schedule:
Kappa Phi Kappa: cago 11 ana Min
There will beaa luncheon for each. Albion lea
members of Kappa Phi Kappa in with 10 member
attendance in Summer Session in while Dartmouth
the Union dining room., Wed., Aug. The Univeristyc
7, at 12:10 p. m. schools outside t
Arthur D. Wright with 6 members.
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ads the colleges
s of the faculty,
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This schedule may be found on page
the Summer Session.
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