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THE SUMMER MICHIGAN DAILY

TUESDAY, JULY 22, 1930

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SAILY OFFICIAL BULLETIN
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.m.
Saturday..

YELLS RETURN TO FRESH AIR CAMP
AS THIRD GROUP OF BOYS ARRIVES

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VOL. X. TUESDAY, JULY 22, 1930 NUMBER 19
Morning Conference for Graduates in Education: At the confer-,
ence to be held from 10 to 12 a. m., 2nd floor Michigan Union, Profes-
sor Francis D. Curtis will discuss "Trends in the Supervision of Sec-
ondary School Subjects" and Professor Louis W. Keeler will talk on
"Trends in the Grading of Students."
Notice of Change in Tuesday Afternoon Conference for Graduates
in Education: Tuesday afternoon, at the Conference to be held 2-4 p.
m., 2nd Floor Michigan Union, Professor Calvin O. Davis will discuss
"Trends in the Junior High School" in place of Professor Howard Y.
McClusky as previously announced. The second speaker of the after-
noon will be Professor Willard C. Olson who will talk on "Trends in
Child Development."
Cancellation of Western State Teachers College Dinner: The din-
ner which was to have been given by former students of Western State
Teachers College at the Michigan League Tuesday evening in honor of
President D. B. Waldo has been cancelled. President Waldo cannot be
present on account of the funeral of Mrs. Ernest Burnham which oc-
curs Tuesday afternoon.
Special Lecture: Professor C. L. Meader will lecture Tuesday, July
22 at 4:15 in Room 231, Angell Hall on "The International Language,
Esperanto." The public is invited.

SCREEN
REFLECTIONS
EDMUND GOULDING
DIRECTS A PICTURE
At the Michigan theatre: Nancy
Carroll in "Devil's Holiday" with
Zazu Pitts, Phillips Holmes, and
Ned Sparks. Closes Wednesday. Al-
so Paramount sound news; Mack
Sennett comedy, "Radio Kisses;"
and "Cow Camp Ballad."
In the past year Edmund Gould-
ing has directed two of the so-
called "clothes-horse" actresses to
considerable fame as portrayers of
the more difficult emotions. The
success of "The Trespasser," in
which Gloria Swanson showed her
latent ability, was the first of these
successes; "The Devil's Holiday" is
the other.
In this, Nancy Carroll, the fluffy
red head reflects the masterful di-
rection of Goulding and shows that+
she is capable of doing more than
look wistful and make boop-boop-
a-doop motions with her mouth.
Ned Sparxs (who, by the way,

POLICE, STUDENTS
CLASH IN EGYPT
One Killed and 87 Injured as
Troops Fire on Rioters
(By Associated Press)
CAIRO, Egypt, July 21-One riot-
er was killed and 87 injured, 27 se-
riously, by gunfire and missles dur-
ing severe rioting which climaxed
the political situation here today.
There was much damage to prop-
erty while troops, civil police and
excited students by thousands
struggled for the upper hand along
principal streets of Cairo. In one
thoroughfare hardly a window re-
mained unbroken in the showers of
stones and other objects hurled by
f h ioters.
The troops were obliged to use
their rifles freely. After the police
had obtained the upper hand emer-
gency relief squads came.
The rioting crowds, furious when
news spread that the followers of
former Premier Nahas Pasha had
called off their proposed "outlaw"
parliament session, ripped up lamp
posts, barricaded a street with
every obstruction they could lay
hands on and set fire to an escap-
ing gas column, which, however,
tthe police extinguished.

Pi Lambda Theta picnic is to be at Mrs. K. B. Greene's at 1666 never is given enough to do in good
Broadway, today at 6:30. Transportation from University High School pictures) turns in a good job as
at 6:15. All members of all chapters are invited. E. L. Belcher the 100 per cent go-gettum sales-
man and shares honors with Jed
Physics Colloquium: Dr. B. J. Bok of the Harvard University Ob- Prouty in the matter of comedy re-
servatory will talk on "Selected Problems of the Physics of Nebulae," lief. The cynical twist of Ned
today at 4 o'clock in Room 1041. All interested are cordially invited Sparks' eyebrows and his close-
to attend Otto Laporte. mouthed chopping of lines are gen-
{uinely funny. Somehow he reminds
University Bureau of Appointments and Occupational Information: us of Buster Keaton.
We have calls for college graduates whose homes are in Detroit for Advance publicity on "The Devil's
nursery school work, for family case work, and for student case work. Holiday" stated that "throughout
Applications should have general training in sociology. If interested this stirring play there is a high-
please call at 201 Mason Hall. T. Luther Purdom. voltage current of dramatic real-I
ism, a jolting, pitiless power that
University Bureau of Appointments and Occupational Information: holds audiences in s p e e c h 1 e s s
We have calls for four college graduates 'who are interested in Civil thrall." It isn't quite like that. but
Service personnel work. Application should have some training in the picture does rate a B-. It would
psychology and statistics, and be residents of Detroit. If interested have rated higher in the eyes of
please call at 201 Mason Iall. T. Luther Purdom. this department if the incidental
music (written by Goulding) hadn't
Mr. Robert MacRae of the Children's Fund of Michigan founded kept bursting forth from behind
by Senator Couzens will address the class in Community Problems screens and places at odd moments.
Wednesday morning, July 23, at 8 o'clock in room 101 Economics bldg. However, the picture is worth see-
Mr. Macrae will discuss "The Objectives of the Fund." All interested ing.i
are invited to attend. A. E. Wood. Of the short subjects we shall sayi

(Special to The Daily)
After two days of comparative
quiet, the shores of Patterson lake
in Livingston county yesterday
morning again began to resound
with the shouts, yells and cries of
boys, for 108 youngsters arrived for
a twelve-day vacation as guests of
the University Fresh Air camp. This
group makes up the third section of
the tenth year of the camp, which
annually takes care of about 430
boys.
The boys left Detroit about 7:30
on trucks supervised by leaders of
the camp who had spent the week
end in the city. After a three-hour
ride they got off just north of
Pinckney and walked the last two
miles on country roads that trucks
could not attempt to negotiate.
Then came a bath in the lake and
assignment to lodges-12 boys to
each of 9 lodges, and after that,
dinner.
Of the boys whom the camp
counselors received today, after a
two-day interval of quiet, 40 were
selected by the Mothers Pension bu-
reau and twenty-five by Boys' Pro-
bation officers. The others were
chosen by other organizations as
t follows: Visiting Housekeepers as-
sociation, nine; Wyandotte Family
Protective association, nine; Board
of Education agencies, five; Parent-
al home, four; Visiting Nurse asso-
ciation, four; Ford republic, three;
Big Brother organizaton, three;
Harper hospital, two; Neighborhood
club, two; Children's Aid society,
one; Franklin Street settlement,
one; and St. Rita community house,
" one.
The boys will begin regular camp

routine of supervised work and play
this morning. Yesterday they got
through only the regular first-day
routine, which began after dinner
with a complete physical examina-
tion. Then there were the swim-
ming tests, in which boys who have
a required proficiency in the art
were given white caps that entitle
them to greater freedom in the
water than the non-swimmers. t

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SUCKERS!
SINNERS!
...SAINTS!

You will see the great-
est production of Nancy
Carroll's outstanding ca-
reer.

NANCY CARROLL

Never before have you seen
Nancy give such a marvelous
performance-reach such emo-
tional heights as she does in
"THE DEVIL'S HOLIDAY."

toyed with them-
laughed at them-
scoffed at them-
until she
was caught in the
web of her own
emotions!

Judge Frank Murphy of Recorder's Court, Detroit, will address the
Criminology class Wednesday morning, July 23, at 9 o'clock in room 101,
Economics building. Judge Murphy will discuss "Facilities for Scientific
Determination of Court Sentences." All interested are invited to attend.
A. E. Wood.
The Men's Education Club Picnic is to be held Wednesday afternoon,
July 23, at Pleasant Lake. Thomas Diamond
The first meeting of the Round Table discussion will be held on
Wednesday, July 23, at 4 o'clock in Room 108, Romance Languages. All
teachers and students interested in the problems of Modern Language
teaching are cordially invited to attend. Hugo P. Thieme.
University Bureau of Appointments and Occupational Information:
We have the following calls for which we desire applications:
School nurse,
Master's degree in Physical Education, woman,
Master's degree in Music,
Third grade critic,
Home Economics teachers
T. Luther Purdom.
Former Students, Central State Teachers College: A dinner has
been arranged for Thursday evening, July 24, in honor of President E.
C. Warriner. All former students of Central State Teachers College are
urged to be present. The dinner will be held in the Women's League
building at 6:30 o'clock. Those who expect to attend will report to
Thomas Diamond at Room 4018 University High school before Sat-
urday noon. The price of the dinner will be one dollar and twenty-
five cents.

nothing save that "Cow Camp Bal-
lads" is perhaps the worst thing'
we've seen since little Willie tied
two cats together by their tails and
threw them over a clothesline. It
doesn't last long, though. Take
along some chocolates or some-,
thing. G. W.

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