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(Continued from Page One)
at the Ohio State-Michigan rootball
ie. It is expected that this stadium
I be adequate to accommodate the
sent crowds which annually throng
Ann Arbor to see the Maize and
e gridders in action, while in the'
intime plans will be laid to build
some future date a greater struc-
e south of Ferry Field which will
as large as any in the country.
ost's speech was received with en-
.siastic spirit, indicating the sup-
't Michigan's new director can ex-
't from the thousands of Michigan
mni.

OFFICIAL NOTICES
All notices for this column should
be in th° hands of Oscar L. Buhr,
Assistant to the President, by 9:30
o'clock on the *norning of each day
of issue, Tuesday, Thursday, anid Sat-
urday.
Women's Educational Club
The Women's Educational Club of,
the Summer session will meet to or-
ganize in Betsy Barbour residence
Tuesday evening, July 12, at 7 o'clock.
All women interested in teaching are
invited to attend.. '
MARGUERITE CHAPIN,
Dean of -Women.,
MARGARET CAMERON,
Secretary, School of Education.
The University Health service 'is
open to all students of the Summer
session from 9 to 12 a. m. and 2 to
4 p. m. every' week day, Saturday
afternoon excepted. A student may
receive attention of a Health service'
physician at his room, a charge off
$1 for a day call and $2 for a night
call being made. The Health service
is located at 226 So. Ingalls street.
W. E. FORSYTHE,'X. D.

not over 16 years of age, who are too portraits picturing, not only the sub-
youthful to be sent to a university.i ject but also giving a vivid idea of
This has been solved in Detroit, that period of history. The third con-
Grand Rapids, and Highland Park by sisted of a number of portraits of fa-
the establishment of junior to lleges. mous artists painted by themselves,
--. land of particular interest because1
DEMANDS OF GOOD PORTRAIT I they pictured the artist as he knew
DESCRIBED BY PROF. CROSS himself.
Professor Cross concluded his lec-
(Continued from Page One) ture by the miscellaneous showing on
the screen. of various portraits by
give examples of several classes of master painters which showed, as he
portraiture, supplemented by screen said, that portraiture is "a literal re-
illustrations. The first of these was sumne of humanity." and stand as vis-
the class in whieh 'the artist allows a ible evidences of the truth of his state-
great deal of his own personality to ment that "such is the power of art
enter into his production, when the that it can capture for all time the'
portrait really becomes a combination sudden fleeting beauty of woman or,
of himself as well as of the sitter. ithe character of noble men, nobler;
The second class was a number of still."

Cor. State and
Rev. Arthur 1'.

Miss Ellen W. Moor
Director

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12:00 Noon. - Student
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Mr. Edgar Gerlach.
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Disciples of Christ will
speak.
UniontServices on the Campus
in the evening.
F. P. ARTHUR, Pastor
UNITARIAN CHURCH
State and Huron Sts.
SIDNEY S. ROBINS, Minister

AT THE GARRICK, DETROIT
Advertised as being produced for the
first time on any stage, Carlos Wup-
permann's "The Triumph of X", play-
ed by the Bonstelle company, will
close its run in Detroit this week, the
eighth so far spent by that company
on its Detroit engagement.
The members of the Bonstelle com-
pany usually show a great deal of
versatility,'and in "The Triumph of
X" they combine a bit 'of real acting
with a vehicle which ,s well worth gall
efforts put on it. The play itself is
excellent. 'Though heretofore almost
unheard-of, it is a well-wrought near-
tragedy which, in itself, offers ample,
opportunity for a display of the best
there is in any company of actors, and
the Bonstelles make the most of it.
Led by Frank Morgan as Robert
Knowles and Miss Sylvia Field as the
charming Phyllis, they all fill their
parts with exceptional vigor. From
the leads oh down to the/butler and
footman, the work of the cast was
excellent, and the whole production' is
one with a moral, a value, and a
touch of art as well.
"Nightie Night", a name which
sounds naughty, yet ,in farce form, of-
fered as a theatrical entertainment, is
said to have been found to be clean
and exceptionally funny, will be the
offering of the Bonstelle company
next week at the Garrick.

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AT THE MAJESTIC
"See My Lawyer", a six-reel Chris-
tie comedy with T. Roy Barnes, which
concludes a run at the Majestic to-
night, is a clean bit of well-worked-
out humor, having to do with the dif-
ficulties attendant on a young man
who, in addition to making plans for
getting married, is becoming deeply
implicated in an scheme, which he is
advertising widely, for making artifi-
cial rubber, and which, though he does
not know it, is a fake
The situations revolving about the
discovery of the contemplated swin-
dIe; the attempt of-a young would-be
business man to clear himself by go-
ing temporarily insane, and the ulti-
mate satisfactory working out of the
plot, make an exceptionally humor-
ous and pleasing comedy. The acting,
if such it may be called, is unusually
good, the direction of the first class,
1 and the whole makes a picture which,
for an hour of amusement,. is well
worth seeing
COBURN SUGGESTS PLANS FOR
HANDLING GIFTED CHILDREN
(Centinued from Page One)
thing," he said, "is not to gain time,
but to keep them fruitfully busy de-
veloping those' qualities they possess,
and not to hold them back by the
lockstep of regular class routine."
The question has arisen as to what
is ,to be done with the younger high
school graduates, some of whom

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