THE SUMMER MICIGAN DAILY
WEDNESDAY, JULY 1, 1931
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PHYSICAL EDUCATION FOR WOMEN
Registration: Students interested in Major work in Physical Educa-
tion register with Miss Campbell in the School of Education, University
All other students register in Barbour Gymnasium.
Medical Examinations: Students taking Physical Education must
have a preliminary medical examination. Appointments should be made
at the Health Service.
Costumes: The gymnasium costume consists of a pair of circular
bloomers, a white middy blouse, a pair of white sneakers or gymnasium
Gray cotton suits are required for swimming.
Costumes may be secured from G. J. Moe, 711 North University
Avenue. Good second hand costumes may be obtained from Mrs. Black-
burn, basement of Barbour Gymnasium.
For dancing costumes, consult instructor.
Locker Fee: All students registered in Physical Education are re-
quired to pay a one dollar ($1.00) locker fee for the summer. Tickets
can be obtained at the Treasurer's office.
Director of Physical Education,
Medical Adviser for Women.
University Lecture: Professor R. H. Fowler of Cambridge University,
will lecture in Room 1041, East Physics Building, at 4:15 today.
The subject is "The Effect of Nuclear Spins on entrophy Calculations."
W. F. Colby
University Symphony Orchestra: Open without fee to any member
of the University who has had sufficient technical training on a specific
instrument to enable him to conform to the standard of public perform-
ances. Several concerts will be given during the Summer Session under
the direction of Professor Mattern. One hour credit may be earned by
music students. Rehearsals, Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday, and Thurs-
day at 2 p. m., Morris Hall. Second rehearsal this afternoon (Wednes-
day) 2 p. m. David Mattern
Men Interested in the Field of Education will hold a picnic at Ferry
Field this afternoon 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 exclusively for students registered in the School of Education.
Anyone interested in Education may attend and become identifled 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
Summer Varsity Band: Plenty openings for every section in the
Band. Please try to be present at the rehearsal tonight at 7:00 p. m.,
Morris Hall. If you haven't an instrument, come anyway.
N. D. Falcone
Play Production: General assembly at 3 o'clock this afternoon in
the Mendelssohn Theatre to which all students in the Play Production
courses must come. This includes students enrolled in courses 54s, 67s,
68, 117s, and 125s. Valentine B. Windt
Women Interested in Teaching: The first meeting of the Women's
Education Club will be held in the Michigan League Building this eve-
ning at 7:15. All women interested in teaching are invited to attend
the weekly meetings of the club.
University Bureau of Appointments and Occupational Information:
The Office has received notice of the following Civil Service Examina-
Assistant to Commissioner, in Charge of Property, Bureau of Indian
Affairs; Assistant to Commissioner, in Charge of Human Relations,
Bureau of Indian Affairs-salary $5,600.
Technologist, Tanning and Tanning Materials, $3,800.
The announcements are on file in the office, 201 Mason Hall.
The Bureau has a call for translators of the Japanese, Chinese, and
Portuguese languages to work in Detroit. Kindly call at the office, 201
Social dancing classes will meet Mondays and Wednesdays, 7:30 to
8:30 in Barbour Gymnasium, instead of Tuesdays and Thursdays as
originally listed. Six lessons for $1.50.
General tea open to faculty and students at the Woman's League
'on Thursday from 4 to 5:30, in the Concourse. The entire student and
faculty body is invited.
All Members of All Chapters of Pi Lambda Theta are cordially
invited to an organization meeting and tea on Thursday, July 2nd at
4 p. m. in the University Elementary School Library. All members are
requested to send names and addresses to Esther Blecher, University
Elementary School. Katharine B. Greene
The U. of M. Radio Club will meet tonight at 7:30 p. m. in the
Michigan Union. Plans for the summer will be discussed. All interested
are invited to attend.
The Michigan Socialist Club: There will be a group discussion of
the Causes and Implications of Pres. Hoover's Intervention in Europe
at 8 o'clock this evening at the Michigan Union. On following Wednes-
day evenings, faculty members will lead discussions on other vital topics.
All opinions are invited.
Changes in Address for the Sum-
mer Session Directory: All those
who have changed their address For Sum m er
and wish to have the same cor-
rected please notify the office of the
Summer Session by 5 o'clock today. NE
Mail is being held in the Office of
the Summer Session, Room 9, Uni-
Barne, McGregor John
Browne, Dr. Trevor and Sui
Bullard, F. M.
Campbell, Dr. W.
Carris, Lewis H.
Dyble, Prof. J. H.
Edwards, Thomas L.
Frocht, M. M.
Genetics, Head Dept. of
Hopper, Prof. D. M.
Inskip, G. D.
Knott, Mrs. J. P.
Monroe, Anna L.
Smith, Inis I.
Stull, Olive Griffith
Uhlendorf, Mrs. B. A.
Kelton, W. E. -
Layton, Dean Charles R.
Van Deman, Esther B.
Wilmoth, Troy B.
Summer Plays: The summer sea-
son of plays opens tonight in the
Lydia Mendelssohn Theatre. "Par-
is Bound," Philip Barry's gay com-
edy, will be the attraction through
Saturday night. This play was se-
lected by Burns Mantle as one of
the ten best plays of 1927-28. Cur-
tain at 8:15.
Season tickets are still available
at the box-office at special prices.
Please make your reservations as
early as possible.
The Wesleyan Guild: Summer
school students are cordially invit-
ed to tea from 4 o'clock to 5:30
Wednesday afternoon at Wesley
Hall, the Methodist Student Center.
Come and bring your friends.
Gymnasium to Give
Service in Summer
Waterman gymnasium will be
open for all men students desiring
convenience for exercise and use
of shower baths Dr. G. A. May said
yesterday. The locker fee for the
summer is 50 cents and the towel
fee is 50 cents but tne latter will
be refunded when the last towel is
Tickets may be secured at the
University treasurer's office.
The gymnasium hours are from
7 o'clock in the morning to 6 at
night daily except Sundays and
Saturdays. On Saturdays the hours
are from 7 to 5:30 o'clock.
BUY A CASH CARD
$6.00 Work for $5.00
CALL AND DELIVER AT CASH
AND CARRY PRICES
W AND SECOND-HAND
pplies for all Departments-
August Seniors, College of L., S.,
& A., and School of Music : Stu-
dents in these divisions of the Uni-
versity who expect to complete this
summer the requirements for grad-
uation are asked to leave their
names at the desk in Room 4, U. H.
As rapidly as possible thestatus of
these students will be checked, and
any student whose case seems
doubtful will be summoned for a
English 160 will meet in 209 An-
English 105s will meet in 2219 An-
Engineering Mechanics 2A meets
In room 102 Engineering Building
at 1 p. m. today.
R. S. Swinton
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Sunday Dinner 75c
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Also Thursday, Friday and Saturday
July 2, 3 and 4 at 8:15
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-J. Brooks Atkinson in the New York Times.
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up play should possess."
-Percy Hammond in the New York Herald Tribune.
"Paris Bound" is one of the neatest and most light-hearted comedies that has come
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-Robert Littell in the New York Evening Post.
"It is a comedy that is charmingly and often movingly written."
-Stark Young in the New Republic.
PLAYS TO FOLLOW:
THE CIRCLE ............................. W. Somerset Maughan
DON JUAN................. Moliere LOVE AND CHANCE...... Marivaux
LILIOM .............. Ferenc Molnar ALLISON'S HOUSE ... Susan Glaspell
I CONFESS.............. William Byron and Thomas Wood Stevens
Sylvan Gardens-Sand Lake
The Original 14 Bricktops
America's Foremost Girl Orchestra
Friday Night, July 3rd
You have all heard of the Brick tops, now come and see them, dance to
the world's greatest music.
for Seven Plays
All Seats 75c
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