Hedri cl ,
nization and Supervi-
)Dean S. A. Courtis,
r Ilighl School 1Ma the;-
R . Hedrick, Univer-
p. m.The Conservation of
th Through Food an~l Drug In7-
tion, Prof. C. C. Glover.
p. m.-Concert. Faculty of fthe
ersity School of Music (Hlill aud-
p. in.- The Bicentennial of
llett, Prof. R. M. Wvenley.
p. m.-E''dicational motion pic-
p. m-Subject to be anniounced,
'stant Prof. C. C. Fries.
p. m.-Recital, Fitch's "Nathan
",Assistant Prof. R. K. Immel
ah Caswell Angell hall).
Ali £,', vl5
p. 111-A Broader Field for Teach-
and Teachingz, Particularly in In-
ri«.l Education, Mr. K. E. Smith,
e supervisor of,, Industr°ial Edu-
5 p.,rm.-The Unsolved Balkan
Problem, Prof. W. A. Frayer.
8 p. m.-Miscellaneous eRadings.
The Class in Interpretative Readting
(Sarah Caswell Angell h~all).
5 n. m.-Mvodern Theories of Mat-
ter (°llustrated) with slides and mod-
ols), Dr. E. F. Barker.
8 p. m.-Educational motion pic-
5 p. ui.--The Platoon School, Mr.
C. L. Slrin, deputy superintendent of
schools, Detrp it.
8 p. in. -Kennedy's "The Servant in
the House", the class in play produc-
tion, under thle direction of Prof. R.
D. T. Hlollister. Admission will be
charged (Sarah Caswell Angell hall).
5 p. m.--Ten Years of Heredity (ii-
lustrated), Prof. A. F. Shull.
8 p. m.-Kennedy's "The Servant in
the H-ouse", the class in play produc-
tion, under the direction of Prof. R.
T1D. T. Ilollister. Admission will be
charged (Sarah Caswell Angell hall).
8 p. i.-Recital, the class in
Sbhespearean reading (Sarahi Cas-
well Angell hall).
Students and others desiring to go
on the excu4rsion to Niagara Falls,
July 22 to 25, are requested to consult
a~early as possible Profs. 1. D. Scott
or. K. C. McMaurry, rooms G' 217, (x~
42,. or G 440, Natural Science build-
AT 3 P. M.
Kappa Psi pin. Name'
alker on back. Finder l
kpartment and two coolj
niversity instructors or
qe block from campus.
Church St. 23
[oomis for summer stu-,
Tickets for Visitors' nights at the
Observatory, July 11, 12, and 13, may
be obtained at the office of the ;Sum-
mer session from 10 to 12 a. m. and
2 to 4 p. in., beg inning July 6. These
tickets are intende for students of the
Summner session, who will present
their treasurer's receipts when apply-
ing for them.
This program is subject to revision'
jWeek>ly bulletins will be issued and
should be consulted for changes. The
revised program will also be publish-
ed in The Wolverine.
OF AMERICAN FARII BUTREAU
nable at 715 S.
ILansing, June 29.-Farmm bureau
L:1 \1 0US members throughout the country have
anting first class' comnpletely endorsed the American
hb references, call Farm Bu1reau Federation's legislative
2-2 program, which was recently submit-
antads Thy bingted to a vote.~ The program includes
15 points and was recently voted up-
he Wolverine, $p1. ,on by Michigan State Farm Bureau
_______________memblers. Reports fron other sections
til& G il19118G(iA;'of the country indicate that the farm-
- es have declared themselves about
~ S 10 to 1 for positive action on su'ci
questiors as live stock financing,
= truthi-in-fabrics legislation, retention
=10of excess profits taxes, opposition tc
"A KISIS E a general sales tax, for the Greal
IN TIME" Lakes-St. Lawrence waterway and ~fot
EFSTfR A legislation to further co-op erative
A MerQ itaketing. The bur~eau questionnaire
-~ e ~ pcaI went to 1,473; county farm bureaus it
_ - - 4'7sta:tes and touchied 1,052,000 mem-
:; ~ t!0',3gFS9eg~tR+u 'hers.
"TeBetPrto Sme Sho
$1.09 Local. $1.00 Fo reig
-~;BY CARRIER TO YOUR DOOR
quick, at the same time careful
creasingf number of Customers,
radical change in the arrange-
areful study and expert advice, uwe
eled the Sale-, Stock and Prescription
this thought in,, view.
pleased with the result.
city Ave. and Sty. State St.
CIPAude DT--le, PrOp.