THE MICHIGAN DAILY SUNDAY, JULY 2
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Guidance Workshop Provides
Fine Laboratory For Teachers
Located on the top floor of the " form on the wall near them. We see
University Elementary School is one there that a large number of records
of the three workshops now in prog- have been collected and pasted on
ress during the Summer Session, sheets of heavy cardboard. Each
Let qs pay a short visit to this sheet contains the record forms used
one, The Guidance Workshop. On in a particular school system.
entering the door we are impressed At first we fail to pick out some
with the fact that here is work being of the staff in the group-they are
done, here is activity-there is none so much a part of it. But now we
of the silence of the usual formal notice Dr. Harlan Koch speaking.
class, but rather a hum like a busy Dr. Koch is director of the Work-
factory. shop, also professor of education,
Some of the workers are reading and Assistant Director of the Bureau
or conversing, while others are writ- of Cooperation with Education In-
ing or typing. One group we noticed stitutions.
off to one side with their chairs Next speaks Carl Horn of the State
drawn-up in a circle. Let us drop in Board of Control for Vocational Ed-
on them. There seems to be no par- ucation. He is displaying a com-
ticular leader, each is contributing bination record sheet and filing
something to the discussion as he folder that his department helped
finds the urge to express his views. to develop.
This group is talking about school Leaving the group we drop in at
records. Different people are de- the office of Dr. Elizabeth May, of
scribing4the records they use in their the University of Minnesota. We
own school. Good and bad points find her deep in conference with one
are brought out. - Occasionally some- of the students that she acts as
one points to a particular record counselor for in the Workshop.
C A P E R S B Y C A C T I--Like tinselled dancers on a tiny stage, some cactus plants from Mexico
perform for passersby in Rockefeller Center, New York, where 2,000 specimens representing 200
varieties are on view. The' cacti, dug from Mexican soil between Texas and Mexico City, were'
admitted to U.S. after inspection by Department of Agriculture agents.
W H A T A M A N !--This sign stands boldly above the store
of Mr. and Mrs. Stephen O. Libby in Enfield Center, N. H. "It's the
same in every family," says he. "The woman is boss, but I'm the
only man to put up a sign and publicly admit it."
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VIOLA STEIN-Experienced typist
in graduate school work. Mimeo-
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during day at my home. Have
own child. Call 8667.
DAY NURSERY and overnight ac-
commodations for infants and
young children. English for for-
eign children. Phone 8293.
LOST and FOUND
LOST-Tan gabardine raincoat in-
scribed Herman "Bud" Tyrance
Return to 405 Wenley House. Re-
FOR RENT-% block from campus.
Desirable suite, also tone *single
room. Ladies only. 725 Haven.
LAUNDRY 2-1044. Sox darned.
Careful work at low price.
STUDENTS' LAUNDRY-Shirts 12c.
Phone 4863 for other prices. Cash
and carry. Mrs. Richards.
907 Hoover Phone 5594
Free pickups and deliveries
(All articles washed and tironed)
Undershirts ........ 04
Shorts .......... . .. .. .. .04
Pajama Suits .... .......... .10
Socks, pair ................. .03
Bath Towels............... .03
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Also special prices on Coeds'
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Scratch Paper Bargains
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B A C H E L 0 R B 0Y S--No wives would these two ever have
-Fred K. and Frank P. (right) Butles, twins, 'who believe they're
the oldest living bachelor twins in United States. They celebrated
their 89th birthday recently at Ataseadero, Cal.
T R A V E L T A L K 1 N H 0 L L A N D-Traffic signs familiar to all Hollanders-some indicat-
ing which are the bicycle paths-are ranged in front of the Dutch "W-A Men," which is a group of
pro-Nazi followers in The Netherlands. Berlin' sources say these Weer Afdeeling members are getting
instructions from the National Socialist Motor Corps.
DAILY OFFICIAL BULLETIN
316 South State
CANDIDA TE-Hilario C.
Moncado, candidate for president
of the Philippines who favors a
"perpetual form of Common-
'T A N ' T S O ---When Molly O'Daniel, daughter of Texas wealth under the protective
Governor W. Lee O'Daniel, and her fiance, Jack D. Wrather, Jr., wing of United States," reached
obtained a marriage license, then disappeared, it created a stir. San Francisco aboard the S.S.
The governor learned later the couple (above) had not married. Lurline. Quezon is now president.
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come to the Michigan League at 4:00
p.m. Monday. Mr. Lovett will hold a
class in the ballroom at that time in
addition to the regular square dance
lesson at 7:30.
College of Literature, Science, and
the Arts: Schools of Music and Edu-
cation: Students who received marks
of I or X at the close of their last
semester or summer session of attend-
ance will receive a grade of E in the
course unless this work is made up
by July 30th. Students wishing an
extension of time beyond this date
in order to make up the work should
file a petition addressed to the ap-
propriate official in their school with
Room 4, U.H. where it will be trans-
mitted. The petition must carry the
written approval of the instructor
Lectuire Recital: Professor Brink-
man and Mr. Beller, Pianists, will give
the second in a series of six lecture
recitals at 4:15 p.m., Monday, July
21, in Rackham Assembly Hall. The
program .will consist of compositions
by Haydn and Mozart with a brief
explanation preceding the playing of
each selection. This recital will be
open to the general public.
The members of the "Foyer Fran-
cais" are planning a picnic to Port-
age Lake on Wednesday, July 23. All
French speaking people who are in-
terested will be welcome-kindly call
Mlle. Jeanne Rosellet or Miss Deir-
die McMullan, telephone 2-2547.
The Biological Ctemisiry Lectures:
The third of the series of lectures on
the fat-soluble vitamins will be con-
cerned with Vitamin A and the caro-
tenes. Mrs. Priscilla Horton of, the
University Hospital and Dr. L. A.
Moore of Michigan State College will
speak on the physiological aspects of
Vitamin A and the carotenes, in Room
151, 'Chemistry Building on Monday
and Tuesday, July 14 and 15, at 2
p.m. Professor Harry N. Holmes of
Oberlin College will speak on the
chemistry and distribution of these
substances in the Amphitheatre of the
Rackham Building on Thursday and
Friday, July 17 and 18, at 2 p.m. All
interested are invited to attend.
Monday, July 21, 8:00 p.m. Lecture.
"The Study of the Embryonic Devel-
opment by Microsurgical Experi-
ments (Illustrated). Professor V. C.
Twitty, Stanford University, Califor-
nia. (Lecture Hall, Rackham Build-
July 21, 4:15 p.m. The Require-
ments of a War Economy. Calvin B.
Hoover, Professor of Economics and
Dean of the Graduate School of Arts
and Sciences, Duke University.
Three Lectures in Spanish: Profes-
sor Arthur S. Aiton will give three
lectures in Spanish, this week, on
"The Relations of the United States
to Latin America." These are part of
the special program of the Latin
American Summer School at the In-
ternational Center, but students in
Spanish or history, or any others in-
terested, are welcome. The lectures
will be presented at the Rackham
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Tenderloin or Porterhouse with French Fried Potatoes to order.
New Potatoes in Cream Candied Yams French Fried Potatoes
Fresh Green Beans Baby Carrots Glace Cauliflower au Gratin
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