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0 THE SUJMMER MICHIGAN DAILY

PLANS ANNOUNCED-
Professor Olson. Explains Aim
of University's New Plan
for Child Education.
TO OPEN SEPTEMBER 30
Schedules for and information
petaining to the University's new
elementary school for groups of
children of nursery school and kin-
degarten ages have been issued by
Prof. Willard C. Olson, director of.
research in child development in
the School of Education. Septem-
ber 30 has been set as the date of
the opening of the school.
Profesor Olson explained that ad-
ditonal classes in different grades
wwld be opened in the futum to
kaep pace with the progress of
th'se who enroll in September and
tai. take care of additional appl-
carts.
According to th plan, two and
three-year-old children will attend
the school from 9 o'clock in the
mrning <to3:4oc is in the af-
teroon. Lun~ andr a rest period
will be providpA for tha group. The
for-year-old hildn will attend
from 9 o'clok.tonon and the five
yearolds from-1to 4o'clock.
No fee is to be charged to cover
thw cstw f n, utin, buta.sced-
ule of service charges has been
drawn~ up to take care -of the cost
of food, laundry and supplies. A
charge of $50 per semester for two
and three-year-olds on a.full dfy
session is now planned,' fouryear-
olds will attend the morning ses-
sions only for $15 per semester. The
$15 rate also wil apply to five-year-
old children who attend only the
afternoon sesions.
Fees will be payable at the begin-
ning of the semester and are sub-
Jet to rebate except in. ases of 20
or, more consecutive absences.
Application blanks for enrollment
may be obtained by-addressing Dr.
Willard C. Olson at the Unversty
Hth school of education. One
blan shouldir be filled out for each
cld for whom admittance is de-
sird
NOTCE -,TOWOMEN
' STUDENTS
Due to the ,fact. that tQmrtow
isi a holiday the usual rule for
cling time will be in effect.
Therefore tonight will be a 1:30
night as well as Friday night,,
Copies of the house rules for
women in residence are now on
the press and will be mailed to
house heads ths Saturday or by
the first' of theweek.
Lucy Elliot
Dean for the Summer
Session
McGILL.. UNVERSJTY The .sub-
3eetaof a debateheld here ,recently
was "Resolved that, vnty is of
more value to a man than mod-
e ,y" The affirmative team used
ths United States as an example
ofp what conceit can do, and, won,
and
MiMEOGRAl Ii
A specialty for
twenty years.

Moderate rates.
0.,D. MORRILL
314 South State St. Phone 6615

COLORADO'S CHOICE

t

LEAGUE LIBRARY
SUFFERS LOSSES
Many Valuable Books Donated,
by Alumnae Removed.
Books are disappearing from the
shelves of the library in the League
building and, according to Cecilia
Shriver, '31, summer chairman of
the League library, this fact is
probably the result of a misunder-
standing of the rules of the library.
Free. access to all the shelvesj
which are always open- is afforded:
all women, but with the under-
standing that the volumes will not'
be removed from the room. Many
of the books are of great value and
have been . donated to the League
through the kindness of alumnae,
students, and organizations,. it is
therefore hoped that books which
have been removed from the shel-
ves by mistake will be returned im-
mediately.

i ~ STAGE:
WHISPER
By Helen CarrM,'.
What with the night editor de-
lirious and, calling, for his copy and
leering at me and all, I feel that
life, somehow, has lost its savour.
Besides I'm hungry-and I never
can talk when I'm hungry. (Repeti-I

C L.ASSIFIED
ADVERTISING
WANTED
WANTED--A few student wash-
ings. Work carefully done. Phone
7027. 4, 5, 6,
WANTED-Situation for summer.
Experienced typist. Phone 21147.
4, 5, 6, 7

Alyce Ireland,
Of Denver, who was. selected as
the most beautiful woman at Col-
orado college, Colorado Springs.
SIGMA DELTA PSI
TO HOLDTRYOUTS
Athletic Fraternity Announces
Eligibility Trials.
Announcement of try-outs for
eligibility for, admission, to Sigma
Delta Psi, national honorary ath-
letic fraternity, was .made yesterday
afternoon by Paul, R; Washke, assis-
tant director of Intramural sports.
The. try-outs are open to any
man. in the University who is inter-
ested. They will be held on Mon-
days,. and Wednesdays from 2
o'clock until 6 o'clock. The regula-
tions require for full membership:
a running high jump of 5 feet; a
running broad jump of 17 feet, a
shot put (16 pounds) of 30 feet, a
pole vault of 8 1-2 feet, a baseball
throw of 250 feet,. the 100_ yard dash
,in 11 3-5 seconds, the 22 low hurdles
in 31 seconds, the mile run. in 6
minutes, and a 100 yard swim in 1
minute, and. 45 seconds. A varsity:
letter may be substituted for any;
of these except swimming.
All men interested' should see
Tom- Prouse, whot will be in charge
of the-trials. These are designed as
tests of physical ability in track,:
field, and swimming. A certain:
standard of scholarship is also re-
quired,

'Rule Bars Men PlayersI
From Women's Courts
Announcement has been made by
the physical education department
that men will not be allowed on the
tennis courts at Palmer field from
8 o'clock until noon in the morn-,
ing or from 2 to 6 o'clock in the'
afternoon. This means also that
they are not to play in mixed
games. .-
The courts will be open all day
and the nets will be up at 7:30 0'-
clock in the morning and will be
taken down at 8:30, o'clock at
night. There will not be an instruc-
tor on the courts as there will be
at the Union pool.
lb

tion for emphasis). WANTEDJ-Ra0omate for Apt. for
Oh, my, my. Such an exciting summer. Very reasonable and
close to campus. Phone 4794 be-
dy Ordy.Toeaebte. tween 6 and 7 P. M. R
With "Holiday" in its present con-
dition I feel that 1 can talk about H EL P W AN T ED - FEMALE-
Teachers (175) -for High School
it freely. It's loads of sport doing and Grades wanted at once.
the play, and if I'm not hysterical CONTINTENTAL TE A C H ERS5'
at this moment, you may take my_ AGENCY, 316 Brooks Arcade
word for it that, it's going to be Bldg., Salt Lake City, Utah. 2-27:
even more sport seeing it. The_________________
'light, banter and; airy nothings' are
delightful. You, do them naturally. GRUEN WATCHES
Like breathing, for example.
But to. get back, to the excite,-
meat, Don't beam so! Anad do cover H A LL
your teeth. I'll tell you about it in Jews
a minute.1
Mr. Wallace, head of the drama State Street
school, at Carnegie in New, YorkI WATCH REPAIRING
ity, and Mr. Hickman, an assistant
professor of, the same school, are
both here to teach: us to do right
by our acting. They're offering YouC'AN T m 117
some courses in. advanced acting OU'~~N V
and advanced, direction, both of
which-done in the Wallace-Hick- Fashions U.J
man manner-are fascinating. For
example, I spent two consecutive l T he I
hours in Course 68 this afternoon
without twirling even one restless
eyebrow. That, gents, is proof of
the test.

FOR RENT
TO RENT-Furnishedf apt.; 4 rooms
to Sept. 1 or 15. Apt. A, 214 So.
Ingalls. 4, 5
F OR R EN T-Rooms for light
housekeeping for summer. Rea-~
Isonable. 524 Hill St. Phone 7027.
4,5, 6
BEST ROOMING HOUSE on cam-
pus has two vacancies. 736 For-
est. 4
FOR. RENT-Rooms including fur-
nished apartment for young
couple, teachers, graduate or
business women. Also garage.
Dial 8544 or 9714. 422 E. Wash-
ington. 2, 3,. 4, 5
1 FOR SALE
'FOR SALE - 1930 Airline Radio,
$100.00. 9-tube screen grid. Call
t4636 or 5138. M. Heald. 3, 4, 5
DIAMONDS
.ER'S
elers
at at Liberty
FINE JEWELRY
ear the rincess
unless You Wear
Proper Corset!

i

iflielt
Last year's corset won't
do-because the Princess
and Waistline modes need
somethi.. ;ore, and he
it is!
$3.50 and $5.00

',

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This side hooking Wrap-
Around-- extends just far

enough above the waist-
line to give the perfect silhouette for themnw frocks.
There are adjustable waist laces at the back, and the
exclusive "~Y" boning at waist that assures comfort be-
cause the bones can't dig in. Made of firm brocade and
knitted elastic.

802 Packard Street
- SPECIAL
_ 11:30.,to 1p-.m.
EPotato. Salad, with Weenies-
25c
Dinner Specialc
5:30 to. 7:00 pp.tm
- Veal Chops
- or
Liver and.. Bacon.
- with
Fried..Potatoes
and,
Vegetable Salad
35c
-~iiiiiiI~IIIInI~IIIIIIF

Second Floor

,( 7.

Phone 4161

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Matinees
2:00-3:40
loc
30c
40c
Nights
50c

-Also-
STAN OLIVE
LAUREL & HARE
in
"HOOSEGOW

ER
Talkinig,,
Riot,

TONIGHT

and
GRANTLAND RICEj
SOUND SPORTLIGHT

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AT 8:15

fillE-
SOON--"ALL QUIET ON THE WESTERN FRONT"

the MICHIGAN
REPfl 'O~.Y

ALWAYS
]COOL

PL ,AT

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MICHIGAN
E AG UEr
1lcomes rr
All Women Students of
Summer School
DINING. ROOM SERVICE s
CAFETERIA -
and Soda Fountain

in

LAST
TWO DAYS

TODAY AND
FRIDAY

The Story of a
Mail Otrder
Bride!
VILMA

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The Smart Comedy, by Philip Barry.
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9 " 0 9 " , 9 75c

You'll laugh. through your tears,
you'll acclaim this the greates
blend of strong drama,unsa
romance, and good, e a r t hy
comedy you've ever seen on the
screen! Banky's talking triumph2

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