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June 25, 1934 - Image 3

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ersity I Outstandi*ng Success, Shaw Deelare,
i.sts To ThI ntram1a Building, Sum e Sports C teR le s An average serving of oystersc
te n a n r im r ReeasrPln s tains ten times as much iodine as
Vo r In , ... - R equal amount of salmon, milk, sp
;>oy r- a chor potatoes.
cie.eheInstitute Here .r , 0
!ctv earithe Ietl d c ton________ _
Northern Plansfor te Fift Annul Sum
ibution of rock I mer' Educational Conference, to b
ie fossils, and doi held here July 10 and 11, were re-
eldu the par-ety released by the ofice of the
an wilrtunSchool of Education, which is spon-
,e opening of" soring the convention.
.__,,.r;." The general theme chosen for they
xpedition whichr conference will be "Appraisal and 0
yent to Mexico,
Mihgntw Readjustment in Education," with a
f Rochester, and view toward discussing changes ne-
;ers and "Texas cessitated in our educational system N O O N
ite included in by recent economic and social devel-
opments. Educators from the en-!f
an yerspogesfire state have been especially in-
aigNorth Ae h n-! vited to attend the conference, and
all who are interested will be wel-
ri. inMszi come. There is no fee for enroll-
an extension of met
which extended
ant-day Mexico.' Among the guest speakers will be R IG H
sil remains and Dr. Floyd Reeves, director of social UN I H
planning in the Tennessee Valley,
rgsan bo de- who will address the first session
ige cn e e-Tuesday morning on "The Social De- FOR breakfast, Kellogg's
Ese, head of the velopment Program of the Tennessee Cr lksstyuu o
ne will also Valley Authority" Cr lksstyuu o
,nento Western____________ The schedule for the conference" the day. Those crisp de
MAJR EA UE xt nsverni er ity At le iccalls for five sessions, a luncheon
wil be accom- andORLaApicnicnsiduringrsithe two 'licious flakes, with milk or
tner, preparator STANDINGS onentionais medeng. The ssns th enefrgytaddyo upee
uTexas expedi- Plant Open TO S umim er Students conventio ndsWedinesdyThesinse cem rfri desp
P ~~~~~~~will be held Tuesday morning, after- 1 h nryyune
Derit.........8 24 6. noon, and night, and Wednesday and are easy to digest.
Dtot......3 24.613 For the seventh time in the historyi The playground ball series which morning and afternoon, while Phi"
vents i New York...........36 24 o60f the University of Michigan Sum- attracted a great amount of atten- Delta Kappa will sponsor a luncheon For a quick, satisfying
* Bostoelnd............33 29 .532 e School Session a comprehensive tion last summer will be promoted Tuesday noon, and the group will lu hetabwflo
ri~tio Wahinton......34 1 .23program of intramural athletics and again this year. These will be run join, the Men's Education Club for
ca iWsngLouin.......832 .467 activities will be conducted under the off at 4 pm. on Tuesday and Thurs- their picnic Wednesday afternoon. Kellogg's Corn Flakes. Sb
1SPhiLadelphia........ 24 37 .46 supervision of a full staff. day afternoons on Ferry Field. The Nine speeches by educational au- much better than hot heavy
N a et Phldlha.....2 7 .9 This program will include teamI probable teams which will make up thorities are planned for the two- dihshaofeslwyi
aiii Chicago ........21 41 .339 ad individual play in tennis, swim- this year's league are Educational day convention, with six accompany- dsethtoenlwyu
D etrotedPh'ladelar4.inal playground ball, golf, hand- Research, Superintendents, Princi- ing discussions. Among those ad- up in afternoon classes.
LDceos ewtork, iChica .bal horseshoes, squash, and other. pals, Teachers, and Chemistry. The dressing the meetings or acting as*
Clceos eveland , CBoston 2. games adapted to mid-summer play. Chemistry team led the league last chairmen are Prof. Calvin 9'Dvs hni o~ehnr
r' Activities There will also be a number of non- I year with eight victories and one Prof. Howard Y. McClusky, Dr. Louis
Washington 7, St. Louis 0. competitive activities open to stu- defeat. A. Hopkins, Director of the Summer at bedtime, Kellogg's Con
rDtritat GhaeToday dents. Many Tourneys Planned Session, Dean JmsB dosn Flakes are just the thing
Tohirtaeetpeplaathe oardi. and Dr. Paul F. Voelker.
,f activities for Cleveland at Boston.ConToo furthetiha theBord ain oTournaments in baseball, tennis,Almetnswlbehdatheskorcuorftrit
swmi twr oke hmo of s mer Session ,of Chicago at New York. nrlo tltcshsofrdalhorseshoes, handballgfsimnUo.stwrtoke thmo
St oi tWsigo.the facilities of Ferry Field, South and badminton were held lasnyar on._ -stewa____
___ __asnPrr Field and the Intramural Sports and will be featured again this sum-ado ette R
~yWre .NATIONAL LEAGUE Buligfrteueo u mer s e. Following are the events and lish a policy of not iving awards %A
e of the special INew York ..........40 22 .645 ion students. This makes available defending champions: -tennis singles other than the Intramural ribbons at your campus etranet t oi 6 2 60aot5 ce fpagon pc,-ikPlts ensduls owneso umritaua
ule are 'a serie_54FotadEnvc;hrsoes Chicago...........38 26 .9 upon which are tennis courts, run- rn n koih ssos- sports. However, winners and run- retua.WEOORM7
and lectures, a Pittsburgh......31 27 .534nig takbsal dam d, Harold Wiggers; handball singles- niers-up of the various tournaments
cheons, picnics, Boston............ 32 29 .525sqahndadblcoraswm Wilford Ketz; handball doubles- adta vnsmyprhsa
asapeofBoly....... .26' 37 .1 ming pool, boking room, fencing-cotthugtedpamn, eof
aoomaandeotoerBindoornfaciliies. Ketz and Jackson; Golf -Donaldcotthugtedpamnteof
jKidp:; swimming -r Charles Thomas, ficial intramural medal, cup, statuette
Cincinnati.........,19 41 .3171 Hry o lqe
he program isYstry'Reut The new swimming pool program Approximately one-half of the Building Regulations - The Intra- ~~4f
of conferences New York 9, St. Louis 7. continued with popularity last sum- /4
scheule ona Cicao 58, roolyn -0.L b romtedthi su- FSession last year took part in either a.m. to 8 p.m. daily 'except Sunday,
a eek.Eac Bstagain CncneaiP010 organized or unorganized intramural and the pool will be available from
a wfteeach Bstn27,Cninaig 0 mer. One event will be conducted activity. 10:30 a.m. to 12 noon and from 3-6 -
t fteraig Pittsburgh 11, F A E Philadelphia 5, very Tuesday and Thursday eveningI Instruction - Instruction will be p.m. daily except Sunday.
some topic by Toa'Iae hogottesme n h n
!a followed by Toa'Iae hogottesme n h n offered for those who desire it, in LokrFe- h e orue*.ENFReSIs
su.These are1 New York at St. Louis. dividual with. the largest acuua handball, squash, swimming, badmin- Intramural Building will be $2 for them "
.i.Mndy o Phldlpi tPittsburgh. tive score a the end of the cua season ton, and archery, summer for students and faculty,'
m.Only games scheduled. will be declared the all-around chain- Aars- h Itamrl ear- ih 0 et eun po tere M'HU
close in time(Aad-ThInrmrlDpr-wta50cnreuduoter-
I.teUiest if. ment has found it necessary to estab- turn of the lock and towel.
n. Among the to which the delegates to the Fifth The events planned are: 25-yard ,_ ____________ ______ _____ ______
z James B. Ed- Annual Summer Educational Confer- free style, 25-yard backstroke, 25-I --____-_ ___-_
rd Woody, Ed- ence are also invited, Activities will yard breaststroke, 50-yard freestyle, -
Ira M. Smith, be 'terminated by the annual summer, 50-yard backstroke, 50-yard breast-
arfman, Dr. T. banquet of the Men's and Women's stroke, 100-yard freestyle, 75-yard
Warren E. For- Education Clubs at the Union Wed-1 medley, plunge for distance and div-1 k
eigh Schorling. nesday, August 8. ing. r
i n t h e M e n ' s o - - . - . - . . - . - . . - " . , - - . - . Y r . . -,. . - - . - . . -, - - . -Wel. come.f.',
ball league areW
Tuesday and "TASTES LIKE HOME"
at 4 at South
ue will be corn- H-ome Made Pastries Tempting Salads
;ibly five teams:

indents, P rin -at . Y oMD l a K p .R ei z
mi elta appoa. DidYuRelz
fraternity, willThtW
milar organiza-
neet each Wed-. C H UB Sj ~gF
ition, Phi Delta .
initiation and. Ann Abor 's Lagest and COOLES TTRestaurant - Et. 1899
itainJuly 18 opee ucen Complete Dinners G ,U A R A N 'T E E
'I25c and up 35c and up
organizations " Casts lssonatik "
lessationcket" White flannels and summer suitings.
ion Club, open noLo'hinko unyelwwe
d in Education. - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - no to slnR rtunw e
the purpose of __ _ __- ~ -- --~ - - _
eet every Mon- - cleaned (Exclusive Micro-White
n's Club at the -
's Club -at the process).
ducation Club
aluwlhl gAai ora.piii "9 Dresses (including Celanese and.
e entb i shol,
I Rtr shoA li o c ayon) not to shrink or stretch when
The Perfect Sim niuer SuitIMirceed
ove it!Panama hats cleaned and blocked
RESISTS WRINKLES the same shade and shape as new.
portables. Aic awi al N.. er
the state. l tICRO CLEAN

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