THE MICHIGAN DAILY
WEDNESDAY, JULY 20, 1932
Excursion No. 8: Schools of the Cranbrook Foundation. Three notable
private schools-the Cranbrook for boys, the Kingswood School for girls,
and the Brookside School for younger boys and girls below the seventh,
grade-will be, visited Saturday morning, 'July 23. The party will leave
from Angell Hall at 7:45 a. m., returning to Ann Arbor shortly after 12:00
noon. Reservations, $1.00, must be made before Friday, July 22, 5:00 p. m.
Suminmer Plays: "Berkeley Square," John Balderston's interesting
Broadway success, opens tonight at the Lydia Mendelssohn theatre. The
play will continue through Saturday night. Tickets are now available for j
Sifecial Lecture on the Theatre: A special lecture on the subject
"Costume Sense" will be delivered by Evelyn Cohen (Mrs. Alexander Wyc-
koff) in the Lydia Mendelssohn Theatre this afternoon at 3 o'clock.
Evelyn Cohen is one of the leading authorities in this country in the field
of theatre costume and design. The lecture is complimentary to season-
ticket holders for the plays, and to others by invitation. Those desiring
invitations ay call at the theatre box-office.
Commander Donald B. MacMillan Lecture: Motion pictures of the
Arctic and the progress in exploration will be shown in Hill auditorium
next Monday evening. The, pictures will be accompanied by a vivid word-
picture by the dean of arctic explorers-Commander Donald B. MacMil-
lan. This is the.second special feature to be presented in Hill auditorium
this summer. The tickets are priced to cover the actual cost of bringing
these attractions to Ann Arbor. Tickets may be secured at the Lydia
Mendelssohn theatre box-office.j
Exhibition of Paintings, Architecture Building: A collection of oil and
water color paintings by Professors Barnes, Slusser, Chapin, Valerio, and
MAr. Aldrich is on view in the ground floor corridor of the Architecture
Building. Open daily until further notice from 9 a. m. to 6 p. in. excepting
9:00-Industrial Arts, Mathema-
tics, Typewriting, English.
10:00-Latin, French. Mathema-
tics, Social Studies.
111:00--Industrial Arts, French,
Schedules showing the place of
meeting may be obtained at the high
school office at the East University
Avenue entrance of the University
High School building.
School Of Education: Permission
to drop courses without "E" grades
will not be given after July 23. No
course is considered officially drop-
ped unless it has been reported in
the Recorder's Office, Room 1431, U.
Teacher Certificate: All candidates
for the Teachers Certificate in Au-
gust (except graduate students who
may be taking a degree at that time)
are required to pass a Comprehen-
sive Professional Examination in
Education. This examination will be
held on Saturday morning, August
13th, from 9 to 12 o'clock in the
Auditorium of the University High
School. It will cover the History or
Philosophy of Education, Education-
al Psychology, Principles of Teach-
ing, and (for those enrolled in the
special curricula) certain aspects of.
the particular work involved in spe-
All students planning to take this
examination on August 13th should
leave word with the Recorder of the
'School of Education, Room 1437 U.
E. S., at once.
5:30 in the concourse of the Michi-
gan League. Dean and Mrs. G. Carl
Huber and the members of the exe-
cutive board will be hosts and host-
esses of the affair.
Social Dancing Classes: Second
reries of social dancing lessons begin-
ning tonight at 7:15 at Barbour
Gymnasium. Ballroom Tango will be
taught students who have been in the
advanced section. Those in beginners
classes who have completed require-
ments this summer are eligible. New
enrollments are open only to stu-
dents who know how to dance. There
will be no section for beginners. Six
lessons for $1.50. Cashier's receipts
necessary. No checks accepted.
Students Invited to Faculty Tea:
Students wishing to meet the pro-
fessors of the College of Literature,
Science, and the Arts, and their
wives are invited to attend the fac-
ulty tea at the Michigan League
Thursday, July 21st, from 4:00 to
5:30. Graduate students are espe-
cially urged to attend.
School of Education-August Sen-
iors: All students registered in the
School of Education; (undergradu-
ate) who expect- to complete the re-
quirements for graduation by the
end of the pr'esent Summer Session
will please note the tentative list of
seniors posted on the bulletin board
of the School of Education in Room
1431, University Elementary School.
Any person expecting a, degree from
this School, whose nameg doesnot
appear on the list, should report at
the Recorder's Office immediately.
Four o'Clock Educational Confer-
nee: Because of the absence of
Coach Yost fron the city ,the con-
ference scheduled for 4 o'clock today
has been cancelled.
Southern Students: There will be
an informal "get-together" of all
Southern students this evening at
7:15 in front of Angell Hall. The
election of officers and arrangements
for the annual picnic will be discus-
Pi Lambda Theta: Initiation, 7:30,
tonight, at Michigan League Build-
ing. Please notice the change in
time and place.
Phi Delta Kappa: There will be a
business meeting of Omega Chapter
of Phi Delta Kappa Wednesday eve-
ding at 8:30 at the Michigan Un-
ion. All members are requested to
Registration of Voters: Ida E.
Esslinger ,a Deputy from the office of
the City Clerk will be in the main
corridor of University Hall, today,
from 9-12 a. m. and 1-5 p. m. for the
purpose of registering all eligible
citizens of the City of Ann Arbor.
Elective Golf Class-Women Stu-
dents: Because of the hockey' game
at 7:30 the golf class that usually
meets at that hour will meet tonight
Health Service Eye Examinations:
Those wishing test for glasses at the
Health Service should have it done
within the next three weeks.
Michigan Socialist Club: Profes-.
sor Howard Y. McClusky will speak
on "What a Socialist State Could
Do for Education," this evening at
7:30, at the Michigan League Build-
ing. All students welcome.
A five to six weeks' air tour of
British Columbia along the trans-
Canadian air mail route. is being
planned for the summer to encour-
age airports building.
Detroit 3, Washington 2.
Cleveland 7, Boston 0.
New York 6, Chicago 3.
Philadelphia 9-16, St. Louis 8-6.
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Graduate Student Tea D a n c
Graduate Students inr all depar
mnents of the University are invite
as guests of the Women's League1
attend the exhibition of sculpturek
Professor Avard T. Fairbanks a:
the tea dance today from 4:001
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