THE SUMMER MICHIN ; ,XiiDAILY
SATURDAY, AUGUST 10, 1929
D A ILYIO-F rC I AL BUaLLET IN
Publication 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 SATURDAY, AUGUST 10, 1929 No. 41
To All Students Having Library Books:
1. Students having in their possession books drawn from the
University Library are notified that such books are due Monday, August
12, before the impending examinations.
2. Students who have special needs for certain books between
August 12 and 16 may make application in the Office of the Super-
intendent of Circulation.
3. The names of all students who have not cleared their records
at the Library by Wednesday, August 14, will be sent to the Recorder's
Office, where their credits will be held up until such time as said records
are cleared, in compliance with the regulation of the regents.
F. L. D. Goodrich
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
Modern Dramatic Teaching Methods
Related by Visiting Carnegie
Concluding the series of 5 o'clock
lectures which have been conducted
during the past seven weeks by the
Summer Session, Prof. Chester M.
-Wallace, of the Carnegie Institute
of Technology, spoke yesterday af-
ternoon in Natural Science Audi-
torium on the "Ends and Means inj
University Dramatics". As was ex-
plained in the speech introducing
Professor Wallace, the subject of
the lecture was chosen in response
to a demand on the part of stu-
dents andothers interested in the
drama to know more about Uni-
Arouses Air Audience
"It is humiliating to admit that
at present there seems to be no T LEACUE
American girl who can successful-
iRegular Rules Will Be in Operation,
ly compete with certain distin- eguring Fall Session; Will Be
guisnect ioreign women iii ~ yiOpn urg nme
guished foreign women in trying,"
said Mrs. Opal Kunz, enthusiastic
aviatrix and wife of Dr. George F.
Kunz, vice president of Tiffany &
Co., who spoke Monday night over
radio station WABC.
Mrs. Kunz urged a change in the
attitude of parents who fear to
permit their sons and daughters to
fly, and said that parental objec-
tion frequently added to the haz-
ards which confront the appren-
"It is sad to relate but true that
in almost every case where an avi-
ator is training there is at least
one member of the family, if not
the entire group, actively opposing
the student in his work. It is most
necessary for the student in avia-
tion to have a clear mind, free from
as many human difficulties as pos-
Chicago 12, Philadelphia 6.
New York 7, Cincinnati 1.
Pittsburgh 7, St. Louis 6.
St. Louis 9, Chicago 4.
I Open During Summer
The League building will reopen
September 20, and a dance will be
held during Freshman week hon-
oring the freshman women, an-
nounces Margaret Bush, president
of the League for the coming year.
Dances will be held in the ball
roon on Friday and Saturday
nights throughout the year, and
the parties which the League has
been in the habit of giving each
month will be given in the League
building instead of in Barbour gym,
as formerly. The regular house
rules will be in force, that is, no
men allowed above the second floor,
no smoking in the ballroom and
Ethel Fountain Hussey lounge, and
the rules regarding the library.
The committee and club rooms,
and the cave on the fourth floor are
ready for; use, and it is only neces-
sary to speak for a room at the
main desk in order to use it. The
kitchenettes in the cave and in
the tea room are both fully equip-
ped so that League members may
cook their own meals if they pre-
As previousy announced in The
Daily, the cafeteria, private din-
ing ;rooms, bed rooms and beauty
parlor will remain open through-
out the summer.
not conferred or the certificate voted. Proper blanks are to be filled out versity dramatics.j
at the office of the school or college in which the candidate is studying After prefacing the body of his:
during the Summer Session.
lecture with several diverting anec-
Shirley W. Smith, Secretary of the University ' dotes, Professor Wallace went on toj
state that at present the country is
Examination Schedule: in the midst of a "drama wave" with,
The examinations to be given at the close of the eight weeks ses- little theaters ana amateur produc-
sion will be conducted on Thursday and Friday, August 15 and 16, in ing groups in every village. In re-
strict accordance with the following schedule: sponse to this wide-spread interest
in dramatics, classes have been
HRton 8installed in colleges and in univer-
sities whose chief aim is to teach
Time of Thursday Friday Thursday Friday good theater.
Examination 8-10 8-10 2-4 2-4 Going on to define good theater,
Professor Wallace pointed out that
the first purpose of the theater was
to entertain. Problems arising from
this aim include the methods for
gaining and holding an audience's
attention. All work of the dramatic
classes was educationally experi-
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PLAYERS PLAN PARTY
This schedule may be found on page 29 of the Announcement of
the Summer Session.
Classes will meet regularly on Monday, Tuesday, and Wednesday.
Edward H. Kraus
In the College of Literature, Science, and the Arts, and int
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 couponsi
agree with the facts.a
Students in the Colleges of Engineering and Architecture, and of]
Pharmacy desiring to be notified of the results of the examinations1
should leave addressed and stamped envelopes in their respectivec
Edward H. Kraus
All graduate students who wish their summer grades sent to them
should leave stamped, addressed envelopes in the Office of the Gradu-f
ate School, 1014 Angell Hall, before the close of the session.
Ruth A. Rouse, Recorder
Final Week End Conference of the School of Education:
Saturday, August 10
9-11 a. m. Testing and Appraisal of Results
Students will be admitted to these meetings upon presentation of
their receipts. Those who do not wish to attend the dinner may come
in later to hear Professor Morrison.
Educational Talking ?'fr1ttiti
There will be s dexnunstraLuwi of educational talking pictures oil
Monday, August 12, at 4 o'clock p. ri. i- the Auditorium of tht Uni-
versity high school. On account of the liiiaiv canacity of iii
torium admission will be destricted to studei'ts of Education.
George E. Myers
The syllabus containing abstracts of the lectures of the six Euro-
pean psychologists who lectured here in Psychology 135 this summer
is at hand. It may be secured inroom 4128 Ntaural Science building.
W. B. Pillsbury
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The Print and Book Shop
521 E. JEFFERSON STREET
From August 19 to September 3
Will Be Open
From9A. M. to 1P. M.
Remember the Circulating Library
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mental. Following the last performance
One of the main features of the of "Trelawny of the Wells," to-
course is the repertory theater night, a farcwell party will be giv-
which is conducted as a means of en for members of Play Produc-
presenting practical problems of tion, Valentine B. Windt announc-
the theater to the student. ed yesterda y.
In conclusion, Professor Wallace m-11prcmptu acting, including
said, "What the ultimate value and take-offs on plays, will furnish en-
significance of this sort of train tertainment. The stage will be'
ing may be is not my business to cleared for dancing, and refresh-
say. The final estimate of the ex- ments will be served on the bal-
periment ins dramatic education cony.
must come from a specialist in edu- Several faculty members have
cation." been invited.
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