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PAGE TWO

THE MICHIGAN DAILY

SUNDAY, JULY 14, 1940

Speech Camp
To Be Visited
By Densmore
Shady Falls Recognized
Nationally For Program
Of SpeechCorrection
Prof. G. E. Densmore of the speech
department left this weekend to make
a three-day inspection tour of Shady
Falls, the National Speech Improve-
ment Camp located near Northport
on Grand Traverse Bay.
Pounded in 1932 by John N. Clancy
Of the University Speech Clinic, the
damp is a non-profit organization
operated in cooperation with the
Speech Clinic of the Institute for
Human Adjustment of the Graduate
School. The camp has gained na-
tional recognition for its work with
boys having special speech defects.
Speech training based on rehabili-
tation of the whole individual is the
unique feature of the program which
combines speech training and physi-
cal education,. special recreational
activities and programs are designed
to build personality and physical
frame work upon which the new
speech habits may continue to grow.
The camp staff is headed by Pro-
fessor Densmore, Prof. H. H. Bloom-
er, also of tpe speech department, as
advisers. The members of the staff
are resident assistants and several
are graduates of the University.
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II- By JUNE McKEE |j
The second week of campus broad-
casting starts when "The Discon-
tented Wife" is aired through WJR
at 1 p.m. today. Written by Gordon
Laing, the play is produced under
the direction of Margery Soenksen,
and announced by Richard Slade.
Sound effects will be managed by
Edward Joffe, while the acting roles
are handled by Osna Palmer, Don
Watters, Charles Leavay, Betty Bart-
lett, and your scribe. Marguerite
Mink will be the narrator.
This program is then followed at
1:15 p.m. by "Let's Take a Trip"-
to Traverse City for the Cherry Fes-
tival. Maggy Soenksen is author
and director of this offering, Dick
Slade, the announcer. The cast in-
cludes Hannah Johnston, Larry
Read, Margaret Johnson, and Bar-
bara DeFries.
Tomorrow, station WCAR will
carry Michigan University of the
Air work. A public health program
will be broadcast at 2:30 p.m., under
Prof. Michael Kinsella's direction.
The script is authored by Marion
Herberg, announced by John Walsh,
and enacted by Norman Oxhandler,
Roberta Siebert, Margaret Fairchild,
Jean Ruth, Mary Ellen Wheeler, Ra-
mon Gerson, Don Counihan, Ethel
Winnai, Don Bloedon, and Walter
Weaver.
After this comes a quiz contest, at
2:45 p.m., wherein wits of the un-
dergraduates will be matched with
those of the grads. While Charles
Hill handles and upholds the gradu-
ate questioning, your scribe will rally
to the undergrad side and hope to
help Lois Luecht, Dave Rice, and
Betty Wooster well oppose Genevieve
James, Dick Burdick, and Orville
Johnson.
Bagley To Address
Educational Group
Prof.-Emeritus William C. Bagley
of Columbia University will address
the fourth luncheon meeting of Phi
Delta Kappa, national honorary edu-
cation fraternity, on "The Crux of the
Differences Between the Essential-
ists and 'the Progressives" at 12:10
p.m. Tuesday in the Union.
The leader of the essentialists inj
the United States, Professor Bagley'
will point out the reasons for his be-
lief in the necessity of the academic
elements as the basis of the cur-
riculum. Noted for his research and
instruction in the field of education,
he is author of numerous books and
texts. "Education, Crime and the
Social(rogressive," "Determination
in Education" and "Standard Prac-
tices in Teaching" are some of his
contributions to his profession.

Students To Participate In Church Play Edueation Meet I
. Y To Open HereI
Mid Western Convention
Will Discuss Problems
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will conduct the discussion of "The
Relation of Structural Conditions to
Reading Disability"; Prof. FrancisJ
D. Curtis, also of the faculty, "Read-
ing Difficulties in Relation to Sci-
ence Instruction"; Miss Sarita Da-
vis, librarian of the University Ele-
mentary School, "Children's Choices
of Bcoks During Their Elementary
School Years"; and Dr. M. Evelyn
Dilley of the Curriculum Workshop
staff, "Creative Reading".
Concluding the day's sessions, Dr.
W. C. Bagley of Columbia University
will speak on "Major Handicaps in
the Education of American Teach-
ers" for the Teacher Education Con-
ference at 4 p.m.
Each conference will hold its;
round tables at 3 p.m. daily while
a the daily lecture of the guidance,
conference will be conducted at 10
* *a.m. in the University High School,
the lecture of the reading conference
Pres yterans o Pr sentSkitat 2 p.m. and the keynote speech of
Presbyterians To Present Skit t ancnfe
4 p.m.
Appearing in "The Bible of the E. H. Krause of the literary college Dr. Luther Purdom, director of
Vorld" presented by the student and Mrs. Krause will receive the sup- the Bureau of Appointments and
roup of the First Presbyterian per guests. Occupational Information will con-
hurch at 6:30 p.m. today are left duct a special placement conference
right in the picture above, Fuad } vsat 7:15 p.m. Thursday in the Rack-
uuleiman Hassan of Bierut, Syria; S orts Evhs ham Building. Other special features
ean Farrell of Ann Arbor; and Chia- of the program are Professor Mc-
en Yang of Nanking, China. l U y usky'slecture on "A Community
Summr Sssin stdens rpre nder 'W1a1UIProgram for the Guidance of Youth"
Summer Session students repre-ad rI nABknedecrof
entative of numerous foreign coun- and Dr. Ivan A. Booker, director of
ies will wear their native dress in Competition in the University's the research division of the National
he performance to be given in the Summer Session tennis doubles, bad- Education Association description of
utdoor theatre of the church. Read- minton and table tennis tourneys "Reading Instruction."
ag of passages from the sacred will get under way this week under
ooks of the world will be accom- the auspices of the Intramural Picnic To Be Given
anied by the church choir with Dr. Sports Department.
Jilliam P. Lemon as narrator. A group of 18 students are en- By Education Club
The group is directed by Prof. R. tered in the badminton matches
. Brackett of he engineering school, which will begin at 4:15 p.m. to-
)r. Lemon, Miss Lillian Dilts and morrow in the small gymnasium in All women in education are urged
r. William Barnard. Prof. H. S~ the Sports Building. to bring their dinner and attend the
ull of the engineering school will Equipment for the table tennis first picnic roast of the Women's
irect the lighting. competition, which will start at var- Education Club at 4:30 p.m. Monday,
Among those who have the lead- ious times from 3:45 to 4:45 p.m. at Dexter Park, Mary Andrew in
g roles are Fakhri B. Maluf of Tuesday on tables near the handball charge announcedt
asrah, Baskirta, Lebanon, a teach- courts inthe Sports Building, will The quaint womenin the field of c-
r' at the American University of be secured from the Intramural qintiswomnined filDofaed ua-
eirut; Nicholas Preexetes of Ann locker room office. Thirty-eight gnofs S olod yd.ationRf-r
.rbor; Rev. Michael Kondoloon of students have entered this tourney. bo te and Edegaduate
he Ann Arbor Greek Orthodox Tennis doubles matches will be women. This is the second of the
hurch, Dwight M. Pasek and John played by 44 entrants at 4:15 p.m. special weekly programs that have
oshar. Wednesday in Ferry Field. In the been planned by thegroup for the
Supper will be served at 5:30 p.m. semi-finals and final rounds the duration of the Summer Session.
n the parlors of the church by the matches will be given to those win- Cars will leave the East University
ommittee headed by Mrs. C. S. ning three out of five sets and in entrance of University High School
oakum, Mrs. R. B. Alling, Mrs. R. all other rounds to the winners of promptly, Miss Andrew said.
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DAILY OFFICIAL BULLETIN

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All notices for the Daily Official
Bulletin are to be sent to the Office i
of the Summer Session before 3:301
P.M. of the day preceding its pub-;
lication except on Saturday when
the notices should be submitted be-
fore 11:30 A.M.
Graduate Outing Club will meet
today. July 14, at 2:30 p. mn. in
the rear of the Rackham Building
for an outing to Cavanaugh Lake
County Park. Swimming, softball,
and hiking. Supper outdoors around
a campfire, followed by a social hour.
Dave Davidson and Gerald Hart will
IIbe in charge of arrangements. All
gi aduate students, faculty and alum-
ni are invited.
Clinic Band Concert. The first con-!
cert to be presented by the High
School Clinic Band will be given
Sunday afternoon at 4:15 o'clock,
in Hill Auditorium, under the direc-
tion of William D. Revelli, and Cleo
Fox and Dale Harris, guest conduc-
tors. The general public is invited to
attend without admission charge.
The Michigan Wolverine will hold
its regular Sunday Evening Social
Hour Sunday from 6 to 10:30 p.m.
Classical music will be featured from
6 to 7, followed by popular music
until 10:30. Light suppers will be
served. There will be a door charge
of $.15.
First Church of Christ, Scientist,
409 So. Division St. Sunday service
at 10:30, subject: "Sacrament." Sun-
day School at 11:45.
St. Andrew's Episcopal Church-
Sunday: 8 a.m. Holy Communion;
11 a.m. Morning Prayer and Sermon
by the Reverand Henry Lewis; 11 a.
m. Kindergarten, Church Office
Building; 5 p.m. Student Picnic at
the home of the Reverendand Mrs.
Frederick W. Leech, 1505 Ottawa
Drive. Prefessor Wesley H. Maurer
will lead a discussion on "The Anal-
ysis of the Conflicts of Today". Cars
leave Harris Hall at 5 p.m.
Lutheran Students: Rev. Yoder
conducts early services at 8:30 a.m.
and regular services at 10;30 a.m.

every Sunday in Trinity Lutheran
Church. Rev. Stellhorn conducts reg-
ular services every Sunday at 10:30
a.m. in Zion Lutheran Church.
The Lutheran Student Association
for Lutheran Students and their
friends will meet this Sunday for
supper at the home of Katherine
Bock, 2560 Jackson Ave. Gunnar Mai-
min will speak on Lutheran Church
music. The group will meet at the
Zion Lutheran Parish Hall at 5:30
p.m. and will proceed from there to
Miss Bock's.
Student Evangelical Chapel: Ser-
vices Sunday July 14, 1940 Conducted
by the Rev. Wm. Stuart of Grand
Rapids.
10:30 a.m. and 7:30 p.m. Chapel
of the Women's League Building.
Michigan Christian Fellowship, an
evangelical Christian student group
meets each Sunday afternoon at 4:30
in the Fireside room, Lane Hall. Stu-
dents of the summer session are cor-
dially invited to enjoy fellowship
with this group. A socialahalf-hour
after the program gives an oppor-
tunity for getting acquainted.
First Congregational Church, State
and William; Rev. Leonard A. Parr,
D.D.
10:45 a.m. Public Worship. Dr.
Parr will speak"on the subject, "On
Having 'The Last Word"'. The guest
soloist will be Miss Ruth Enss. The
Chorus Choir will sing "Sweet Is
Thy Mercy."
On Monday from 3 to 4, Dr. Parr
will give the last of the summer ser-
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Grilled T-Bone Steak .........55c
Grilled PorknChops ...........50c
Baked virginia Ham..........50c
Braised Swiss Steak...........40c
Dinner includes
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Handkerchiefs .............. .02
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Fresh Mushroom Soup Iced Grape Juice
Jellied Consomme Essence of Chicken en Tasse
Branch Celery Mixed Olives Sweet Pickles '
Planked Lake Erie White Fish, Baked Stuffed Tomato ........1.25
Broiled Select'Milk-Fed Chicken, Bacon, Spiced Watermelon . .1.25
Roast Choic Sirloin of Beef, Fresh Mushroom Sauce ........1.25
Calves Sweetbreads, Mushrooms, Virginia Under Bell ........1.25
Glaced Honey Baked Ham, Orange Butter Sauce ............1.00
Barbecued Boneless Loin of Lamb, Demi Glace, Mint Jelly ... .1.25
Cold Sliced Breast of Turkey, Tomato, Potato Salad ..........1.25
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