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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

FRIDAY. JULY 8,105S

THE MICHIGAN DAILY FRIDAY.. .TTILY E

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Music Conference To Meet

"Teaching of Music in Second-i
ary Schools," will be the topic ofr
two summer music conferences toj
be sponsored July 11 and 12 on
campus by the University's Schoolt
of Music and School of Education.
Prof. David Mattern, professor
of music education will act asf
chairman of both conferences.
'Monday, June 11, will be devoted
to the Summer Education Confer-t
ence, sponsored by the School ofj
Education and the School of Mu-
sic.
The highlights of the confer-
ence schedule will include discus-1
sion on "Where Should We Be Go-

ing in Music Education?" at 9 a.m.
Monday in Schorling Auditorium,
University High School.
A discussion of teacher acereda-
tion and certification at 11 a.m.
will also be held in that room.
Tuesday's Summer Session Con-
ference, sponsored ,by the music
education department of the
School of Music, will feature dem-
onstration lectures on the teach-
ing of string instruments and
string ensemble music.
Dean Earl V. Moore of the mu-
sic school will speak on "Music in
the Next Decade" at a luncheon
meeting of the conference.

Facetious
LONDON-(P)-Roy Brooks
takes advertising space to in-
sult the properties his realty
firm has to offer.
This philosophy has put
Brooks at 39 into a high tax
bracket.
Probably his best ad offered
a house in 'Westminster, Lon-
don: "Lovely oblique view of
Battersea power station. Gar-
age 21 feet will accommodate
largest motor but third bed-
room will take but littlest maid.

Heavens Present New Comet
if You're interested in comets

I Al V U 'r p i t 'vU Ar1 il % rlucvs
I now is the time to drag the bino-
culars out of your trunk and point
them at the northern horizon.
For that's where a bright comet
will soon be visible by the naked
eye, according to Prof. Hazel M.
Losh of the astronomy depart-
ment.
The comet will appear about
two thirds of the way from the
bowl of the Big Dipper to the
bright star Capella. When the Big
Dipper is on the horizon, Capella

will be found higher in the sky
and to the left, near the constella-
tion Lazy W.
Prof. Losh says that the comet
now visible has a well defined
Prof. Losh also says that al-
though the Earth was at its great-
est distance from the Sun on July
4, it didn't help us with the cur-
rent heat wave.

Educators
To Meet Here
"Education in a Technological
Age" will be the theme of the four-
day 26th annual Summer Educa-
tion Conference to be held at the
University July, 11-14.
Sponsored by the School of Edu-
cation, the conference will bring
approximately 1,000 educators

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