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THE SUMMER MICHIGAN DAILY

T 6, 1930

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NAME COMMITTEES
FOR ANNUAL FALL
FLORAL EXHIBITION

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Dr. L.
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P. Hall Elected Chairman
Exhibit to be Held in
Harris Hall.

SET DATE AT

SEPT. 231

Other Olicers Are Mrs. James
Inglis, Mrs. C. C. Meloche,
and Ernest Lloyd.
Committees have been appointed
for the anual Fall Flower show to
be held September 23 in Harris hall,
according to an anouncement by
Mrs. C. V. Weller, publicity director.
The officers in charge of the ex-
hibition are Dr.. L. P. Hall, chair-
man; Mrs. James Inglis, vice-
chairman; Mrs. C. C. Meloche, sec-
retary; and Ernest Lloyd, treas-
urer.
The classification committee is
made up of Mrs. G. C. Cone, Dr. A.
S. Warthin, and Mr. James Reach.
Those in charge of properties are
Mrs. H. B. Earhart, Mrs. Emery
Sink, Mrs. G. G. Caron, Dr. H. B.
Lewis, Mrs. Earnest Lloyd, Mrs. C.
C. Meloche and Ernest Lloyd.
Artistic arrangements are in the
hands of Mrs. E. E. Nelson, Bert
Green, Mrs. Win. Giefel, and Alfred
Goodhue. The entries committee
is made up of Mrs. F. E. Bartell,
Mrs. E. S. Everett, and Dr. E. E.
Nelson. Those included in the per-
sonnel committee are Mrs. J. C.
Cleveland, Dr. L. H. Newburgh and
Mrs. Newburgh, Audrey Tealdi and
Mrs. Tealdi, Mrs. Mary E. Grant,
E. C. Goddard and Mrs. Goddard,
Mrs. J. M. McIndoo, Mrs. F. E. Bar-
tell, Mrs. F. J. LaPointe, and H. O.
Whittemore and Mrs. Whittmore.
Besides the usual exhibits, the
flower show this year will feature
a photographic section displaying
local gardens at various seasons of
the year. Photographs of individ-
ual flowers, shrubs, or portions of
gardens will also be shown.

University Boosts
Rates for Women's
Dormitories by 30%
When University women who
plan to live in dormitories next
year return to the campus in Sep-
tember they will find that educa-
tion is becoming a more costly pro-
cedure. Room rates for dormitories
have been boosted more than 30
percent over last year's level, ac-
cording to announcement made re-
cently by University officials.
Room rates which were formerly
$80 per semester will be raised to
$105, this rate being effective at the
new Mosher-Jordan hall, Martha
Cook, Helen Newberry, and Betsy
Barbour dormitories. Single rooms
at Mosher-Jordan will be $105.
The increased rates are necessi-
tated, it was explained, in order to
pay the interest on Mosher-Jordan
hall, the construction of which is
being financed by the Guardian
group of Detroit.
Prohibition Director
Asks Public Sympathy
(By Associated Press)
WASHINGTON, Aug. 5.-Obtain-
ing the sympathy and help of the
American public are two objectives
of Prohibition Director Woodcock
in his task of enforcing prohibition
with reorganized forces under the
justice department.
"After all, who can object to a
fair, honest, earnest and lawful en-
forcement of a law of the land?"
the new dry chief asked a radio
audience Monday night in conclu-
sion of an address outlining the
ways in which he proposes to exe-
cute his task.
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DANCE MOVEMENTS, SPEECH RHYTHMS
SHOW RELATION, SAYS MISS FOGERTY
By Bertha Clayman, '31. we have been helped by the prin-
"In England we have linked danc- cipal living poets of England, by
ing with speech", said Elsa Fogerty, those people who are working for
principal of the Central School of a more vivid and artistic theatre.
Speech and Drama, London, who In the Oxford verse speech contest
gave a dramatic recital last night sponsored by Mr. and Mrs. John
in the Lydia Mendelssohn theatre. Masefield, four people from our
"Speech is audible movement", she school were winners. The school
continued. "If you watch beauti- is more concerned with speech. Our
ful movement in dancing and learn students upon the completion of a
how to give your movements rhy- three years course, receive a diplo-
thm and poise, your speech will im- ma in dramatic art. The actor-
prove of itself. Thai is what student concerned with the more
Shakespeare meant when he said, practical side of the work receives
'Suit the action to the word, and his diploma at the end of two
the word to the action'." years."
"We re lannng mproed ac- In connection with the school,
"We are planning improved fac-- Miss Fogerty commented upon the
ilities for Americans who wish to hospital clinic work at St. Thomas'
attend our school of speech", she hospitalln d.a"Thoms
stated. Miss Fogerty is in' the Hospital, England. "The students
snited.StatesaFgheinitaty ionoare trained in curative work and
United States at the invitation of must be able to cope with every
Northwestern University and the side of speech defect. The clin-
University of California, to study ics in London for the treatment of
the various methods of speech stammering are all managed by
work, and her tour will include people trained at our school."
Madison, Wisconsin; Valley City, Speaking of the practical side of
North Dakota; Bellngham, Wash- the training in speech and theatre
ingtoand Honlwou, ifornaBerk- work, she declared that students
"In our work for verse speaking (Continued on Page Four)

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GRUEN WATCHES DIAMONDS
HALLER'S
Jewelers
State Street at Liberty
WATCH REPAIRING FINE JEWELRY
TEACHERS NEEDED
FREE REGISTRATION
WESTMORE TEACHERS' AGENCY
716 OLD NATIONAL BANK BLDG., SPOKANE, WASHINGTON

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Stationery Clearance
$1.00 to $4.00 Values
50c per box
Unfivers
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A LAKE AND RIVER OUTING
Come to Detroit
and treat your family to a grand one-day excursion
on the luxurious Str. Put-In-Bay to
PUT-IN-BAY ISLAND
In Lake Erie. Detroit's popular pleasure park. Free music
and dancing in the ship's big ballroom. Four hours at
Put-In-Bay to enjoy the bathing beach, the new golf course,
and all outdoor sports. Picnic in the grove, dance, explore the
caves and enjoy the view from the top of Perry's monument.

AMELL

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Str. Put-In-Bay leaves foot of First St., Detroit,
daily g 9 a. m., returning at 8 p. m., except
Fridays, 10:15 p. m. Fare $1.00 round trip,
weekdays; $1.50 Sundays and Holidays. Steamer
runs through to Cedar Point and. Sandusky
daily. Lowest rate to Cleveland via Put-In-Bay
or Cedar Point. Perfect dining room and lunch
counter service.

Perry Monument
Drive to Detroit and CEDAR POINT
enjoy the
DANCING On Fridays after July 4, a special excursion is
MOONLIGHTS givento Cedar Point. Fare, $1.75 round trip; chil-
dren half-fare. A stay of three hours is permitted
Leave Detroit,.8:45p.m. to enjoy the great bathing beach, boardwalk and
Return, :1130 P.da. the thousand-and-one attractions
Wedacsday,Thursday, of this Lido of America. On other
Saturday. Sunday days a stay of one hour is allowed.
Write for Folder

ASHLEY & DUSTIN STEAMER LINE
Foot of Firmt Street Detroit, Michigan

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