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25, 1957

THE MTCHIGAN DAILY

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(Except Saturdays)
WASH YOU[ OWN CLOTHES (
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Come in and ge a load of all we have to offer you. You
can throw your irty clothes in a washer and wait, or you
can let us take c re of them. Besides this we offer you 48-
hour shirt servi , dry cleaning, and most of all our per-
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EDUCATORS TO SPEAK:
Summer Music Lectures Scheduled

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Ten talks will be included in the
1957 University Summer Session
lecture and demonstration series
entitled "Music Education Looks
to the Future."
Sponsored by the School of
Music, all lectures will be in Audi-'
torium A, Angell Hall.
"The Fabulous Future of Music
Education," Prof. Paul Van Bode-
graven, chairman of the Depart-
ment of Music Education, New
York University-3 p.m., June 27;
"Singing Activities in the Upper
Elementary Grades,"" Prof. Geneva
Nelson, of the music school-3
p.m., July 1;
"How I Would Build Tone Qua-
lity in High School Boys' Voices,"
Prof. Philip Duey, director of
the Men's Glee Club--3 p.m., July
8;
"A Demonstration of Choral

Techniques," Prof. Maynard Klein.
director of University choirs---3
p.m., July 15;
"Essentials in Elementary school
String Teaching," Escher Wyman,
string teacher, Detroit public
schools-4 p.m., July 15;j
"The Magic of Creating music
in Elementary Schools," Mary Jar-
Prof. Glasser
G ets Prize
Prof. Donald A. Glaser of the
physics department has been
selected to receive the Charles
Vernon Boys Prize of the Physical
Society of London, for "distin-
guished research in experimental
physics."
The:award is for Prof. Glasser's
develupment of the bubble cham-
ber, a device for observing the
paths of flying atomic particles by
the trails of bubbles they leave in
a container of clear liquid about
'to boil.

man Nelson, music consultant,
Winter Park. Fla.--3 i.m., July 16;
"Using Television in Music Edu-
cation," Prof.dEdward Stasheff of
the speech departmenir-3 p.m.,
July 22;
"Building School Orchestras in
Medium Sized Towns," A. Eugene
Burton, director of string instruc-
tion and orchestra training, New-
ton, Iowa-3 p.m., July 24;
"Basic Techniques for Advanced
String Ensembles," Rubin Sltr,
conductor of the DuPont Manuel
High School Symphony Orchestra,
Louisville, Ky.-3 pm., July 29;
"Successful Administration of
Music in the Public Schools,"
Richard Berg, director of music
education, Yonkers, N. Y.-3 p.m.,
Aug. 3.
U' Conference
Attended by 100
More than 100 accountants from
the United States and Canada at-
tended the University's tenth Ac-
countants' Graduate Study Con-
ference, June 19-21.

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For l ncheon, dinner and Sunday dinner
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For l4eakfast, luncheon, and snacks}
Everjday except Sundays
* Specil Party and Banquet Service
Eacl individually planned in a private
roor for groups of 16 or more
Breakfasts, luncheons, dinners, teas, receptions
Daily except Sunday
* Picnic Take-outs
Forgroups of 35 or more
emme emm nnes mess s I

EXPRESSWAY INVESTIGATION-Delicate instruments located
along Detroit's streets and expressways will tell scientists whether
or not deadly carbon monoxide, a product o fautomobile exhaust
helps to cause auto accidents. Here a CO analyzer is located on
Detroit's Edsel Ford expressway. The City of Detroit is cooperat-
ing closely with the University in this study, financed by a grant
of $44,000 from the U.S. Public Health Service. The Detroit Edi-
son Company is providing the necessary portable electric power
for the CO "sniffer."

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Air-conditioned comfort is yours
while having your hair cut
it the latest styles.
715 North University

Stephen Atwood
Is Acting Dean
Prof. Stephen S. Atwood, chair-
man of the electrical engineering
department, has been named act-
ing dean of the College of Engi-
neering by University President
Harlan Hatcher.

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Harlan Hatcher.

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