THE MICHIGAN DAILY
Will Be Given
Required Of Graduates In
Education; Aid Faculty
The Advisory Inventory Test of
the School of Education will be given
from 2 to 5 p.m. tomorrow and from
9 a.m. to 12 noon Saturday in the
University High School Auditorium.
The test, which is of an inventory
nature, will be of use to the faculty in
advising students. It is required of
all graduate students who are en-
rolled in a master's degree program
with education as the major field. All
such students who have not complet-
ed more than eight hours of the
graduate education work, either in
this University or another will take
the test unless especially excused by
the committee composed of Prof.
Clifford Woody and Dean James B.
Edmonson of the School of Educa-
The results will be interpreted by
the Graduate Committee and a con-
fidential report made to each stu-
dent along with helpful suggestions.
When the results are available, it is
expected that some students will be
excused from certain present re-
quirements while others will be ad-
vised to replan their programs in
order to round them out.
Tigers' Lead In National League
As Softball Schedule Continues
Scene From Play Opening Tonight
Standings Of International
Leaguers Unchanged As
Leaders Are Undefeated
Led by the hitting of Steve Sebo
and the pitching of Bill Poppink, the
Tigers softball team rose to the un-
disputed leadership of the National
League yesterday by handing the Es-
kimos their first defeat of the season,
7 to 1.
The victory left the Tigers on top
of the standings when the Red Sox,
To Start Today
Defending Champ Meets
Defending champion G e r h a r d
Naeseth is expected to run into tough
competition in the defense of his title
as the Intramural handball sing!es'
tournament gets under way today.
Seventeen men are to compete for
the championship, with all but three
of them seeing action in the first
round. Lawrence Hess and SeymnoUr
and Marty Mark are being touted as
the dark horse challengers in the
With all matches to be held at 4:15
p.m. in the Intramural courts, pair-
ings are as follows:
Naeseth vs. R. Yokom (court 2)
R. Marsh vs. R. Vanderlinde (4)
S. Mark vs. I. Sell Y(6)_:
A. Hamilton vs. A. Round (8)
V. Sprague vs. J. Echols (10)
R. Slepian vs. E. Cherinsky (12)
F. Hazen vs. C. McHugh (14)
Edgerton To Speak
In Lecture Tonight
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only other undefeated team in the
League, were trimmed by the Super
Dupers in a close same 8-7. Tom
Lawton, winning pitcher, had a per-
feet day at bat with two hits and two
walks in four trys.
In another closely contested but
low-scoring game, the Wolverines
dropped the Ten Old Men invo t. e
cellar with a 3-2 victory. Batteries
for the winners were Bowers and
Michelson; for the losers, Frank and
There was no change in the stand-
ings of the International League as
last week's. winners again prevailed
to remain undefeated. Theta Xi de-
cisively outscored the Browns, 10 to
2, while the Physical Eds eked out a
slim victory over the Michigan D4ily,
17 to 0. Tappan Reds defeated Tap-
pan Blues, 11 to 5.
"Two Gentlemen of Verona," starring Edward Jurist and Karl Klaus-
er, is being presented in the Lydia Mendelssohn Theatre tonight through
Saturday. The play, one of Shakespeare's earlier works, was given by
Play Production last semester, and
the costumes of the period.
utilizes authentic reproductions of
vation. All Methodist studentsdand i
their friends are cordially invited.,
Treble Aires of the School of Music.
Don't forget the party on Thursday
at the League. Mr. Sink is going to
tell us some interesting facts about
the interviewing of celebrated musi-
cians. Be there at 7:30.
Bridge Lessons. Attention is called
to the fact that the time of the bridge
lessons given each Thursday at the
Michigan League has been changed
to 7:30. Will the members of the
class please make an effort to be on
Excursion: Royal Ontario Museum
of Archaeology, Toronto, Canada, to
study important Chinese archaeo-
logical collections. /No public bus
will be hired. Groups in private cars
will leave the University Museum on
Friday, July 14, at hours to be ar-
ranged. The Canadian Pacific Rail-
way has announced a special round
trip fare of $6.60 for the weekend.
Students must make their own train
reservations. Excursionists may re-
turn either Sunday, July 16, or Mon-
day, July 17 Those interested, ap-
ply to Mr. Plumer, 4018 Museums
Interviews will be held immediately
for summer memberships for Michi-
gan Socialist House, student co-op
house at 335 E. Ann St.
Mixed Badminton: Barbour Gym-
nasium courts will be open to men.
and women students every Wednes-
day evening from 7:30 to 8:30 be-
ginning Wednesday, July 12 until fur-
ther notice. A medical check must
be, obtained from the Health Service
before playing. Rackets may be rent-
ed at Barbour Gymnasium, but those
playing should bring their won ba
Mail is being held in the Sumn
Session office, 1213 Angell Hall,
Dr. Capenter or Carpenter
H. A. Fawler
Paul S. Lane
R. K. Merton
Eliver A. Schroeder
J. F. Shronts
Horace S. Telford
H. M. Tieter
Donald Courtney Wingo
James H. Zant
Preliminary Examinations for
Doctorate in English will be held
3217 Angell Hall on the follow
American Literature with cont
ental backgrounds, July 26, 9-12 a
English Literature, 1700-1900, J
29, 9-12 a.m.
English Literature, 1550-1700, A
2, 9-12 a.m.
English Literature, Beginnings
1550, Aug. 5, 9-12 a.m.
All those who intend to take
examination should leave their nar
with Professor Nelson, 3232 An
Hall, 11-12, MTWTh.
Ten Old Men.
Tigers 7, Eskimos 1
Super Dupers 8, Red Sox 7
Wolverines 3, Ten Old Men 2
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Theta Xi ..............2 0
Tappan Reds...........2 0
Physical Eds ............2 0
Tappan Blues ...........0 2
Michigan Daily .........0 2
Theta Xi 10, Browns 2.
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reminded of a reception for guests
this evening. from 7;30 p.m. un-
til 8 *30 'o'clock in the Assemb-
bly Hall on the third floor of the
Rackham, Building. All members
are hostesses and have agreed to dress
formally. Please phone your reser-
vation to Elizabeth Crozer, 1008 Oak-
land Ave. jPhone, 2-1168).
Opening Tonight, "The Two Gentle-
men of Verona," Shakespeare's gay
comedy, elaborately staged. Michi-
gan Repertory Players in their mer-
riest mood. Accompanied by the
Chamber Orchestra of the School of
Music. Lydia Mendelssohn Theatre
Linguistic Institute Luncheon Con-
ference at 12:10 p.m., Thursday, July
13, in the Michigan Union Mr. J. K.
Yamagiwa will talk on the subject
"Compound Post-positions in Modern
All persons who plan to go on the
Niagara Falls excursion must come
into the Summer Session office, 1213
Angell Hall, Thursday afternoon
July 13, from 2 to 5 to buy steam-
Graduate Students Specializing in
Educa'tion: The Advisory Inventory
Test for Graduate Students in Edu-
cation will be given on Thursday,
July 13 at 2 o'clock and on Saturday,
July 15 at 9 o'clock Students may
take the test on either date. Com-
plete printed information regarding
the test is available in the office of
the School of Education, 1431 U.E.S.
International Center Language
Teas: The International Center an-
nounces the following language teas,
from 4 to 6 o'clock:
Thursday, July 13. Russian Tea,
under the direction of Mrs. Lila Parg -
Friday, July 14. Chinese Tea, under
the direction of Mr. Robert W. Clark.
The purpose of these teas is to
provide students in the"'Institutes of
Far Eastern Studies and of Latin-
American Studies an opportunity for
conversation in the languages they
are studying. Students at the Center
whose native languages are Iepe-
sented are cooperating in the project.
Members of the Faculty or students
not enrolled in the language classes
who may happen to have a speaking-
knowledge of any of the languagcs
are cordially invited to attend the
Annual physical education summer
picnic will be held at Newport Beach,
Portage Lake, on Thursday, July 13,
from 4 p.m. on. All students in physi-
cal education classes are cordially in-
vited to attend. Tickets can be se-
cured from Miss Dot Pummill or Miss
May Noon or from the Physical Edu-
cation Offices, 42000 University High
Stalker Hall. A group will leave
Stalker Hall at 5 p.m. on Thursday
for a swimming party and picnic.
Small charge for supper. Please call
6881 before Thursday noon for reser-
teaching at the University of Louis-
ville and Vassar College .were fol-
lowed by a trip to Egypt to aid in
the project of making available to
historians the ancient Egyptian in-
A total of more than five years
spent in this kind of work in Egypt
impelled Dr. Edgertoh to switch from
history to Egyptian linguistics, a
field in which much ,cholarly re-
search needs to be done.'As professor
of Egyptian at the University of Chi-
cago for the past twelve years he has
carried on the work of translating
inscriptions in addition to his teach-
ing. During the present session of
the Linguistic Institute he is offering
in Ann Arbor a course never before
taught anywhere, a course in the his-
tory of the ancient Egyptian language.
To Be Held Today
Competition in the 25-yard back
stroke, the second event in the In-
tramural bi-weekly swimming cham-
pionships, will be held at 4:30 p.m.
today in the Intramural pool.
In the first event, the 25-yard free
style, Don Treadwell, next year's
president of the Michigan Union, won
top honors and 100 points toward the
all-event total. An all-event cham-
pion will be crowned at the end of
the summer on the basis of the
points won in the individual com-
Men are eligible to enter the event
today, and any of the events sched-
uled for the future, whether thy
are entering in the entire series of
events or not. Entries will be accept-
ed until the time of the meet. Rac-
ing will be against time.
Pi Lambda Theta..
To Hold Reception
Pi Lambda Theta, women's honor-
ary education society, will hold a re-
ception at 7:30 p.m. today in the
Assembly Hall on the third floor of
the Rackham Building.
Invitations have been issued to
thirty guests by the committee in
charge of the social function, which
includes Eloiee Voorheis, Frances
Quigley, Elizabeth Crozer and Ber-
nice Remiersma. Only the hostesses
will wear formal dress.
Tappan Reds 11, Tappan Blues 5.
Phys. Eds. 17, Michigan Daily 0.
To Be Held Today
Second in a series of weekly lun-
cheons sponsored by the Graduate
Conference on Renaissance Studies
will be held at 12:15 p.m. today in
Room 116 of the Union.
Samuel W. McAllister, associate
librarian, will speak on the resources
of the University libraries in the field
of 'the Renaissance. Avenues of ap-
proach to special problems in that
field will be discussed with reference
to the facilities of the Clements
library and the Genera Library.
Students and Faculty enrolled in
the Conference and all others inter-
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