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PAGE FOUR

THE SUMMER MICHIGAN DAILY

THURSDAY, AUGUST 8, 1929

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DAIY OFICALBULLETIN
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 THURSDAY, AUGUST 8, 1929 No. 39

GIANT ZEPPELIN AGAIN THRILLS NEW YORK
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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 remainder of this week. The program as revised is as
follows:
Thursday, August 8: Tolstoy and his Relation to the Present Russian
Government, by Professor Clarence L. Meader.
Friday, August 9: Ends and Means in University Dramatics, by
Professor Chester M. Wallace, of the Carnegie Institute of Technology.
Edward H. Kraus
Advanced Mechanics:
Mr. G. B. Karelitz, Research Engineer with the Westinghouse Com-
pany, will give two lectures on "The Tydrodynamical Theory of Fric-
tion." They will be held on Friday, August 9, at 11 o'clock and at 4
o'clock, in room 311, West Engineering Building. All who are interestedi
are welcome.
S. P. Timoshenko
Credit Coupons:
In the College of Literature, Science, and the Arts, and in
the School of Education, credit for work done during the
Summer Session will be recorded, and credit coupons mailed in strict
accordance with the blanks on file in these offices. Students should
make sure that their election cards and the addresses on their coupons
agree with the facts.
Students in the Colleges of Engineering and Architecture, and of
Pharmacy desiring to be notified of the results of the examinations
should leave addressed and stamped envelopes in their respective
registration offices.
Edward H. Kraus
Graduate Students;
All graduate students who wish their summer grades sent to them
should leave stamped, addressed envelopes in the Office of the Gradu-
ate School, 1014 Angell Hall, before the close of the session.
Ruth A. Rouse, Recorder j
Examination Schedule:
The examinations to be given at the close of the eight weeks ses-;
sion will be conducted on Thursday and Friday, August 15 and 16, in
strict accordance with the following schedule:

Hawkeyes Boast 11
Two-Sport Athletes
IOWA CITY, Aug. 8.-In contra-
diction of the theory that this is an
age of specialization in sport, 11
University of Iowa men who won
awards in two branches of athletics
last year will, enter another season
of competition this fall.
Of the men gifted with dual
talents, seven are the holders of
two major letters, and the others
won the major "I" and the minor
award.
All except one will play football,
the squad being headed by Captain
Willis A. Glassgow, the all-con-
ference halfback who also has won
letters as a baseball shortstop.
Glassgow, who entered the univer-
sity in the middle of the year,, has
completed his three years of base-
ball competition, but has one sea-
son of football remaining.
Backfield men predominate among
the twosport athletes, and the
most frequent combinations are
football and track and football and
basketball. Successfully combin-
ing football and track to win major
letters were, Oran H. Pape, Du-
buque, halfback and sprinter; Loris
J. Hagerty, Blanchard, halfback
and discus thrower; Fred E. Rob-
erts, Knoxville, guard and shot
putter.
Thergridmen who also played
basketball are, Mike A. Farroh,
Michigan City, Ind., halfback and
guard; and Irving L. Nelson, Oma-
ha, Neb., quarterback and forward,
both of whom won two major let-
ters.

New York's millions acclaimed the great aerial visitor for the second time, when, appearing out
of the haze which cloaked the h rbor, it cruised slowly over Manhattan, then disappeared into the
dusk. The above view shows the Graf over the Times Square district, its passengers able to see the
bright lights of the theaters below. The structure at the right is the Candler building, located at
42nd street, west of Broadway and Seventh avenue.

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IYSICIAN SAYS MAN RESEMBLES
KANGAROOS OR APES IN POSTURE
Emil D. Rothman Holds Abnor- is thrown back, the lumbar curve
al Standing Conditions Can beng accentuated, the muscles of
Be Changed by Training [he back and the anterior muscles
of the thighs are relaxed while the

STATE STREET JEWELERS
At Liberty Street

Hour of
Recitation
Time of
Examination
Hour of
Recitation
Time of
Examination

8
Thursday
8-10

9
Friday
8-10

10
Thursday
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Friday
10-12

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11
Friday I
2-4,
11 other{
hours
Friday
4-6.
cement of
Kraus

So much has been written lately abdominal muscles and those on
concerning indirect and direct re- the rear o fthe thighs are con-
sults of faulty posture on the tracted.
health of the individual and this The more common gorilla type is
phase of physical development has the antithesis of the first type.a
been exploited to such an extent Here the head is thrown forward,
by the so-called physical culture the chest is flat, the abdomen fs
magazine that an expert opinion relaxed, and he person appears to
on the question by a qualified mem- slouch. Either of these conditions
ber of the medical profession may be ameliorated or corrected
should be welcomed by everyone. by a course of training of those
In an address before the Michigan muscles involved, undertaken un -
State Medical society last year, Dr. der the care of a physician, and de-
Emil D. Rothman of Detroit, treat- signed to change the method by
ed the subject of faulty posture which the individual carries him-.
rather thoroughly especially as re- self.I
gards its results in malposition of I The revelations showing the
the pelvic organs. The address has effect of posture on the health of
appeared in the August number of the individual and the discovery
the Journal of the Michigan State that most conditions are remedi-
Medical society for this year. able should arouse the average
Three types of posture are rec- person to the seriousness of his own
ognized: the Kangaroo type, the condition.By recognizing his own
Gorilla type, and the normal. The defects in posture he will be en-
first type as its cognomen implies abled to work a restoration to a
resembles a kangaroo. The head normal condition in his own case.

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Thursday
4-6

Thursday
10-12

This schedule may be
the Summer Session,

found on page 29 of the Announ
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FOUR SHOWS
DAILY
2:00-3:20
7:00-9:00

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CONTINUOUS
SATURDAY
1:30-11:00

STARTING TODAY
SEE AND HEAR
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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.
Carlton Wells

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HIGH SCHOOL SENIORS PLANNING
COLLEGE CAREERS MOST BRAINY
Forty percent of high school sen- 1,150, or 15.53 percent of the total
lors in Wisconsin who declared who intend to continue. In the
their intention of entering a four- next group, those having a rank
from 81 to 90, the number is 972
year college course in the statewide or 13.13 percent. In each succeed-
cooperative testing program car- ing group the percentage decreases.
ried out this spring are ranked in In the group with percentile ranks
the upper 30 percent of scores from 71 to 80, the number is 893
made in the aptitude tests, an- and the percentage 12.06. In the
nounces Frank O. Holt, registrar group with percentile ranks from
and director of the bureau of guid- 61 to 70 the number is 802 and the
ance in the University of Wiscon- percentage 10.83. The decreases
sin. continue steadily down to the group
Of 16,000 seniors who took the, having percentile ranks of 1 to 10
tests, 7,404 expressed an intention in which the percentage who in-
of going to college. Analysis of tend to go to college is only 5.79.
the scores made by these students These percentile ranks are based
shows that among students who on the total number who took the
made the highest scores are the: tests, 16,600. The 166 seniors who
largest number who propose to con- had the highest score are ranked
tinue their schooling. at the 100 percentile, the group of
In the group having a percentile 166 with the next highest scores
rank from 91 to 100, the number are ranked at the 99th percentile,
who intend to go on to college is' and so on down the list.

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