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EIGHT

THE SUADIER MICHIGAN DAILY

TUESDAY, JUNE 30, 1931.

EIGHT THE SUMMER MICHIGAN DAILY TUESDAY. JUNE 30. 1931.

DAILYOFFICIALBULLETIN_
(Continued from Page 7)
Special Notice Concerning Education D110 (English 196s): Students
electing this course are not required to take the examination in English
described on page 182 of the Summer Session Announcement. The
examination is required only of those who do directed teaching in the
regular school year.
C.C. Fries
Summer Plays: The Michigan Repertory Players begin their third
summer season-in the Lydia Mendelssohn Theatre tomorrow night. The
plays are presented on Wednesday, Thursday, Friday, and Saturday
nights at 8:15. The play this week is Philip Barry's "Paris Bound."
The plays that will follow will include: "Don Juan," "Liliom," "Love
and Chance," "The Circle," "Alison's House," and "I Confess." Season
Tickets and reservations for individual performances may now be secured
in the box office. Please make reservations as early as possible and
avoid delay before the performance.
University Lecture: Professor R. H. Fowler of Cambridge University,
will lecture in Room 1041, East Physics Building, at 4:15 Wednesday.
The subject is "The Effect of Nuclear Spins on entrophy Calculations."
W. F. Colby
Men Interested in the Field of Education will hold a picnic at Ferry
Field on Wednesday, July 1st, at 4 p. m. Games will be played. There
will be community singing. If it rains the group will find ample space
for their sports in the field house. The summer baseball league will be
organized. Those interested in the Men's Educational Club will make
arrangements for the summer and officers will be elected. This organiza-
tion is not xclusively for students registered in the School of Education.
Anyone interested in Education may attend and become identified with
the Men's Educational Club. Tickets for the picnic are 50c and may be
obtained in room 4018 University High School or from members of the
Committee.

Changes in Address for the Sum-
mer Session Directory: All those
who have changed their address
and wish to have the same cor-
rected please notify the office of the
Summer Session Wednesday eve-
ning.
Psychology 161s - Instinct and
Emotion: This class meets four days
a week, and not five as stated in
the announcement. It does not
meet on Fridays. C. H. Griffitts
Women Interested in Teaching:
The first meeting of the Women's
Education Club wil Tbe held in the
Michigan League Building Wednes-
day evening, July 1st, at 7:15. All
women interested in teaching are
invited to attend the weekly meet-
ings of the club.
Cleo Murtland
The Michigan Socialist Club:
There will be a group discussion of
the Causes and Implications of
Pres. Hoover's Intervention in Eur-
ope at 8 o'clock Wednesday evening
at the Michigan Union. On follow-
ing Wednesday evenings, faculty
members will lead discussions on
other vital topics. All opinions are
invited.
Harris Hall: Open house this af-
ternoon from four to six o'clock.
Summer school students are cordi-
ally invited. Tea will be served.I

Graduate School: After Thursday,
July 2, Graduate School students
may register only with permission
of the Dean and upon payment of
an additional fee of $5.00.
G. Carl Huber
Mail is being held in the Office of
the Summer Session, Room 9, Uni-
versity Hall, for thefollowing:
Barne, McGregor John
Bevelander, Prof. Gerrit
Bingham, Prof. E. C.
Boelter, Prof. L. M. K.
Browne, Dr. Trevor
Bullard, F. M.
Campbell, Dr. W.
Carris, Lewis H.
Clark, Leota
Doillotat, Dorothy
Dyble, Prof. J. H.
Edwards, Thomas L.
Foley, Edna L.
Frocht, M. M.
Genetics, Head Dept. of
Gruda, Joe
Hopper, Prof. D. M.
Inskip, G. D.
Jacobs, Carl
Kavane, J. M.
Knott, Mrs. J. P.
Kraaienburg, Dr. J. J. van
Leibrand, Dorothy E.

Levy, J.
Lhevinne, Constatin
Maler, Prof. Norman
Manson, Mrs. W. G.
Monroe, Anna L.
Myshne, Dolia
Nevy, Gene
Packard, Marion G.
Pearl, Wm. A.

Peterson, John
Rankin, Prof. Thomas E.
Rife, Mary E.
Schmerberg, Miss
Smith, Inis I.
Smith, Merle E.
Stull, Olive Griffith
Terbille, Ron
Uhlendorf, Mrs. B. A.

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GREENE CLEANERS
Correspondence Paper---20 % Discount
Our entire stock of best quality papers of such well known
manufacturers as Crane's, Old Hampshire, etc., in many styles,
shapes and sizes including Michigan Stationery. Price range from
fifty cents up.
0. D. MORRILL
The T ypewriter and Stationery Store 314 South State Street

University Symphony Orchestra:
Open without fee to any member
of the University who has had suf-
ficient technical training on a spe-
cific instrument to enable him to
conform to the standard of public
performances. Several concerts will
be given during the Summer Ses-
sion under the direction of Profes-
sor Mattern. One hour credit may
be earned by music stuaents. Re-
hearsals, Monday, Tuesday, Wed-
nesday, and Thursday at 2 p. mn.,
Morris Hall. First rehearsal this
afternoon (Tuesday) 2 p. m.
David Mattern
Aeronautical Engineering: All
students taking courses Aero. 1, la
and 15 'will meet in Room B-308
East Engineering Building at 5:15
p. m., Tuesday, June 30th, for the
purpose of arranging hours.
Course 15, Theoretical Aerody-
namics, which is not listed in the
catalog, will be offered in the Sum-
mer Session.
Varsity Band: All those interest-
ed in the summer Band please re-
port with instruments at Morris
Hall, Tuesday, at 3 p. m., June 30th.
N. D. Falcone

THE
Michigan League
CAFETERIA
SERVES
EACH SCHOOL DAY
A Thirty-Five Cent
Luncheon
AND
A Fifty Cent Luncheon
CAFETERIA OPEN TO PUBLIC

THIRD SUMMER SEASON OF THE
Michigan Repertory Players
FIRST WEEK
"PARIS BOUND"
The Smart Comedy by Philip Barry

Wednesday, Thursday, Friday
July 1, 2, 3 and 4 at

and Saturday
8:15

OPENING TOMORROW NIGHT
The Plays
PARIS BOUND - - - - - - - - - - - - - Philip Barry
A sparkling domestic comedy that scored a great success in New York and
elsewhere. Another delightful play by the author of "Holiday."
DON JUAN -- - ----- - - - - - - Moliere
The famous romantic satire translated and adapted by Thomas Wood Stevens.
This play has been a great favorite wherever it has been produced.
LILIOM - - - - - - - - - - - - - - Ferenc Molnar
A picture of Hungarian carnival life. Against the background of the merry-
go-round is woven the comedy of a life that is strange and intensely interesting.
LOVE AND CHANCE - - - - - - - - - - Marivaux
The play is as scintillating as the name of Marivaux, the author. A court comedy
of the eighteenth century in a true continental atmosphere.
ALISON'S HOUSE - - - - - - - - - Susan Glaspell
This year's Pulitzer Prize winner. Realistic drama with an American setting.
THE CIRCLE - - - - - - - - - W. Somerset Maugham
The Broadway success of several seasons. A delightful comedy concerning the
domestic problems of an English family.
I CONFESS - - - William Byron and Thomas Wood Stevens
A satirical extravaganza on the confession story racket. This play will probably
open in New York during the coming winter season. The production will be staged
with the cooperation of Kenneth Macgowan, famous New York producer, who will
come to Ann Arbor to supervise its staging.

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