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e pass-1
=nate of
session.I
*e those
'for var-.

assed both houses,
ernor's signature to
ong these latter are
ig the payment of
grade students and,
orizing counties to
homes for teachersl
Five minor bills af-
tment of education i
signed by the exec-
Ly to bye entered on
;h the department is
)wever, Senator Eva
i's retirement fund,
e the committee on
enate, wyhere it was
t came up on third
ared by its support-
it pass in its origin-
ir request, was sent
ttee for amendment.
expects to have the
ed form, before the
re the end of the

Majestic-"The Mask," featuring
Hedda Nova and Jack Holt;
Mermaid comedy, "High and
Dry."
Arcade-"Straight is the Way,"
with All-star cast.
Wuerth - Elaine Hammerstein
in "Poor; Dear Margaret Kir-
by." Hank Mann comedy and
Fox News.
Orpheum - "The Truth About
Husbands," starring Carmel
Meyers.
THIS 'WEES
Stage
Garrick (Detroit)'- "The Four
Horsemen of the Apocalypse,'
Shubert (Detroit) - Frances
White in. the musical comedy,
"Jimmie," with Ben Welch.

Men' S OX
The sturdy, threads
an d t he reinforce-
ments give, them an
endurance b e y o n d
the ordinary
SilkSilk and .Wool
and Lisle
711 N. vwnfvrslty Ave.
T RU E BY
Home-made Candies
and Box Candies
Discount on Biox Candies1
218 S. MAIN STREET
Phone 166

Evanlston-Chicago
SUMMER SESSION
On the Shre of Lake Mii
The University Campus (a half-hour's ride
north of the city of Chicago) extends for
nearly a mile along the shore of Lake Mich-
igan. Boating available, bathing beaches
right on the Campus, tennis courts and
gymnasium near. Dormitories for men
and women. Organized excursions to inter-
esting points in and near Chicago, and lake
trips toother cities on Lake Michigan. Lec-
tures, concerts, recitals and dramatic per.
formnances on the Campus.
THE COLLEGE OF LIBERAL ARTS-Courses
leading to B.S. and B.A. degrees. Regular
college subjects, including courses in Zoology,
Cheiristr and f'hysics for pre-medical stu-
dents. Nine semester hours of credit. obtain-
able. Eight weeks' course.
THE SCHOOL OF COMMERCE--Courses
leading to the degrees Bachelor of Science in
Commerce Master of Business Administration
and Certif~ied Public. Accountan t. Courses ini
Accounting, Advertising, Finance, Business
Organization, Sales Managenment Factory
Management, etc. Special trips of inspection
to factories, banks and stores in Chicago. Nine
semester hours of credit obtainable. Eight
weeks' course.
THE SCHOOL'OF EDUCATION-Courses
1leading to B.S. BA.,M.A. and Ph.D.degrees,
with special dilomain k ducatign. Profes-
sional courses for high school teachers, ele-
mentary teachers, city superintendents, high
school principals, proessors of Education .in
normal schools and colleges,. and educational
leaders. Nine semester hours of credit ob-
tainable. Eight weeks' course.
THE LAW SOHOOL - John R. Wigmore,
Dean. Classes conducted in the city of Chi-
cago. Courses leading to the degrees of Juris
Doctor and LL.B. Summer Faculty contains
judges of state supreme courts of Illinois,
North Dakota, Mississippi and Washington.
Fourteen hours of credit obtainable. Ten
weeks' course.
THE SCHOOL OF MUSIC-Peterv C. Lutkin
Dean. Courses in Public School Music ana
Piano Normal Methods with demonstration
classes. Private Instruction in Pianos, Voice,.
Organ. Violin Cello; class instruction in Har-
mony 'Musical Analysis. Ear-Training, Solfeg-
gio. fix weeks' course,
THE SCHOOL OF ORATORY - )2qph ..
Dennis, Direetor'. Courses leading to B.S. and
B.A. degres, or diplomas in Oratory. Class
work nnd private instruction for teacehers of
Public Speaking, for teachers of English and
For professional and am~ateur readers and
speakers who want greater platform skill and
power. Courses in Debate and Public Speak-
ing for colle a sturdents, Ten hours of credit
obtainable, gEight weeks' course.
THE GRADUATE SCHOOL-Courses leading
to M.A. and Ph. D. degrees. Unusual library
facilities in Evanston ad Chicago. Nine hours
of credit obtainable.
Courses open Monday, June 27,-1931.
For book ┬░of Campus views and detailed
description of courses address
%-ALTER DILL SCOTT, President
IS37 University Hail, Evanston, Illinois

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No. 10 Tomatoes, 60c per can.
Schultz Grocery, State St.-Adv.
The Mabel A. Tolford Shop is the
first door east of the Arcade Theater.
You will find the newest of ideas and
the best of workmanship there.--Adv.

who spends time out-.of-doors, in,,
sports,. motoring,. or boating, a tam
is indispensable.
And here is a Tam--the Priscilla Dean
Tam, that is distinctive, becoming,
cleverly designed, and made of beau-
tiful, soft, serviceable "Suede-like,"
Fashion has sponsored the Priscilla Dean
Tam; it is the vogue-the stylish out,-
door headwear everywhere, and for all
occasions. No wardrobe is complete
without. it. The fetching drape, the
pliable softness, give it a charm that's
distinctive. It's becoming from every }
angle, 'and on everyone.,

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Wear Without Afiring From a
red Paper WardrobeI

rou will look good
in a Priscilla Dean Tam. You can get it in
your favorite color, to har~monize with
any costume. What color do you prefer?
Come in and try one on.
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SHOWS IPRICES
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