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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

[LY OFFICIAL BULLETIN
ation in the Bulletin is constructive notice to all members of. the
Copy received at the office of the Dean of the Summer Session
excepting Sundays. 11:30 a. m. Saturday.
E XIII SUNDAY, JULY 17, 1932 NUMBER 18,
Concert: Palmer Christian Professor of Organ in the School
11 give the following program in the summer faculty concert
Tuesday evening, July 19, at 8:00 o'clock at Hill Auditorium
e general public is invited: Marcello, Psalm XIX; Rameau,
Gigue en Rondeau; Bach -Fantasie and Fugue in C minor;
horal; Dubois, Fiat Lux; Franck, Fantasie in A major; Jongen,
rzo; Wagner, Traume; Karg-Elert, Choral Improvisation on
ailo." Charles A. Sink
n No. 7: The Ford Airport; also a visit to Henry Ford's uni-
t of Americana known as Greenfield Village, which includes
American village architecture of 160 years ago, and Thomas
original Menlo Park laboratory. The party leaves Wednesday
mly 20, at one o'clock, from in front of Angell Hall. Round
rbus, $1.00. Reservations must be made before Tuesday, July
., in room 9 University Hall. The number of students who can
lated is limited.
a Students: There will be an informal "get-together" of all
dents Wednesday evening, 7:15 July 20th in front of Angell
ection of, officers and arrangements for the annual picnic will
rby, Jack Sharman, William R. McGehee, Madge Manson
ff Education-August Seniors: All students registered in the
ucation (undergraduate) who expect to complete the require-
aduation by the end of the present Summer Session will please
ative list of seniors posted on the bulletin board of the School{
1 in Room 1431, University Elementary School. Any person
legree from this School, whose name does not appear on the
eport at the Recorder's Office immediately.
Elizabeth B. Clark, Recorder

League Exhibit
Of Fairbanks'
Work to Open

Fairbanks' 'Rain' on Exhibit in League

Dean of Women's

Office

Sponsors Sculpture Dis-
play Next Week
In an attempt to combine cultural
entertainment with social, the dean
of women's office will sponsor an ex-
hibition of Prof. Avard Fairbank's
work in the League during the next
week.
Professor Fairbanks, who is work-
ing under a Carnegie Foundation
grant, is one of the younger sculp-
tors of note in the country. In 1927-
28 he was given a Guggheim fellow-
ship and studied in Italy where he
received criticisms from Dante So-
dina, famous Italian sculptor.
Former President Little secured
the services of Professor Fairbanks
to stimulate creative work at the
University. H i s accomplishments
have been highly acclaimed by mem-
bers of other universities as well as
by many noted men in the field of
fine arts.
The best known and most highly
praised piece of work that will be
on exhibition is "Nebula," which
represents ' "a spirit becoming an
entity in the universe of human con-
sciousness."
One of Professor Fairbank's most
recent works is "Rain." This will be'
displayed in the Garden, which will
be open to everyone during the ex-
hibition.
Busts of Dean G. Carl Huber and
Prof. William H. Hobbs are among
the works on display, as is also a
head' image of Mrs. Alexander G.
Ruthven.
Teachers college will be the speaker.
M. L. Robertson, Pres.
Poetry Society: An informal meet-
ing of the Poetry Society will be held
at 7:30, o'clock 'next Tuesday night
in room 3227 Angell hall. All those
interested in the writing of poetry
are cordially invited.

'Bargain Day'
Will Be Held
HereJuly 20
Retail Merchants Plan
Special Entertainment
For Annual Event
Ann Arbor merchants are mak-
ing preparations for the annual Bar-
gain day to be held next Wednesday,
under the auspics of the retail
merchants' division of the Chamber
of Commerce, I
Plans for the day fall into three
divisions: decorations, entertain-
ment and bargains. An effort is be-,
ing made this year to make the bar-
gain offers a 100 per cent matter.
All stores offering bargains will dis-
play official signs in their show win-
dows. Stores will be open from 8:30
in the morning to 6 o'clock at night.'
All parking restrictions will be re-
moved for the day.
On the entertainment side of the
ledger, plans call for a varied pro-
gram. Musical entertainment will be
offered by the American Legion
drum and bugle corps and by a 16-
piece band - under the direction of
Nicholas Falcone, director of the
Varsity band. The band - and bugle
corps will play in various parts of
the business section throughout the
day and a concert will be given by
the band in the evening on the court
house square. Other entertainment,
will be offered by a clown and by a
yokel act.
Decorations for the event will be
placed early this morning. Thirty-
two streamers including flags and
announcement pennants will be
placed across the main streets of the
business section, and five large ban-
ners will be placed on highways at
the city limits.
Julius Schaffer of Kline's depart-,
ment store has been named general
manager of Bargain day.

Mrs. Hussey Dies;
Widow of Former
Astronomer Here
Mrs. Mary McNeal Hussey, widow
of the late William J. Hussey, head
of the University astronomy depart-
ment, died here Friday evening at
the age of 71.
Mrs, Hussey was an alumna of the
University, graduating f r o m -the
pharmacy department in 1885. Born
in Greenville, 0,, on July 15, 1861,
she was married in 1886 to John
Oren Reed, professor of physics and
later dean of the literary college.
Following his death in January 1916
she was married in 1917 to Professor
Hussey and was with him in London
when he died in October, 1926, while
enroute to superintend the building
of the Hussey-Lamont observatory
in South Africa.
Funeral services will be held at 4
o'clock Monday afternoon at the
home of Mrs. Hussey's daughter,
Mrs. Carl Gehring, 1920 Scottwood
avenue, with Dr. Henry Tatlock,
rector emeritus of St. Andrew's Epis-
copal church, officiating. Burial will
be in Forest Hill cemetery.
BRIGHT SPOT
802 Packard Street
TODAY 12 to 8
Special Fifty-cent Dinners
T-Bone Steaks
Fried Spring Chicken-Jelly
Roast Spring Chicken-Dressing
Forty-cent Dinners
Roast Beef-Mushroom Sauce
Roast Loin of Pork-Apple Sauce
Leg of Lamb-Mint Jelly
Included in all dinners:
Chicken Noodle Soup or Cantaloupe
Mashed or French Fried Potatoes
Head Lettuce Salad with
Thousand Island Dressing
or Fruit Salad
Muffins
Watermelon - Raspberry or
Peach Sundaes
Coffee Tea Milk

/

The Public Health Nurses' picnic and swim will be held at Delhi pool,
day, July 19. We plan to meet in front of Natural Science Building
:00. Transportation will be furnished. Bring your bathing suit. Miss
rer, dietician at Jordan Hall, is willing to furnish the food at 40 per
per persori, for those living outside of Jordan. It is necessary to know
many are going by Saturday morning. Will !you please sign up in
Natural Science or call Miss Wade at Jordan by Saturday morning,
u can go.
The Education Club Garden Party at the Michigan League will be held
15 Monday, July 18. Dean Wells will speak. All visiting faculty mem-
are asked especially to come. A cordial invitation is extended to all
ents of the Summer Session and to wives of men students. The Garden
y will be at 7:15 rather than' at 7:30, as formerly announced.
r
A Musicale will be given at Jordan Hall for the residents and their
ds, on Sunday, July 17, at 4:30. The program' will be given by Lyda
pianist, Louise Florea, and Grace Ctishman, violinist.
Jniversity Bureau of Appointments and Occupational Information:
Bureau has the following calls for which it does not have qualified
idates to recommend:
. Colored teacher of' Commerce (degree. and at least 24 semester
s of commerce).
. A woman with Master's degree in English to act as Dean of Girls;
be member of Lutheran Church and approximately 30 "years of age.
. Candidate with work beyond Master's degree in English; must be
ber of Christian Science Church.
. Man who qualifies for public school work to teach social science
lirect band and orchestra.
rirst Methodist Church. Dr. Fisher will preach at 10:45 a. m. Sunday
-ivilization and Revolt." This is one of the series of sermons on "Liv-
a the Twentieth Century" which he is preaching during the Summer
on.
Presbyterian Students: Regular Sunday social hour at 5:30. The
n at 6:30 is to be led by George Crockett. An interesting discussion is
'ed.
t. Andrew's Church-Sunday Services: 8:00 a. m. The Holy Com
on; 9:30 a. m. Summer School of Religion,;11:00 a. m. Kindergarten;
a. m. Morning prayer and sermon by the Reverend Duncan E. Mann.
es in Religion. 10:00 a. m. Harris Hall, Christian Biography, leader
Ellen Gammack; 8:00 p. m. 725 Oxford Road, Christian Philosophy,
r the Reverend Henry Lewis.
Vesley Hall. Student Guild Sunday 6:30 p. m., Prof. W. C. Rufus will
*upon "Observations of Christians in the Orient. and in America."
I hour and refreshments will follow the meeting.
da E. Esslinger, a Deputy from the office of the City Clerk will be in
orridor of the East Wing, University Hall, on Wednesday, July 20,
9-12 a. m. and 1-5 p. m. for the purpose of registering all eligible
as of the City of Ann Arbor.
'hi Delta Kappa will hold its regular noon lincheon Tuesday, July 19

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Michigan Repertory Players
THIS WEEK OPENING WEDNESDAY v
THE BROADWAY SUCCESS
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Richard Watts, Jr., in the New York Herald Tribune
"A rarity of spirit and freshness of stage theme-"
-Stark Young in the New Republic
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Li . -John Mason Brown in the New York Evening Post.
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foods at a ninimum cost to you. Special lunch-
eons and dinners have been arranged at new low
prices.

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and women.
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