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THE MICHIGANDAY

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"Girls just As
Smart" - Whip ple
"Boys are smarter than girls," says
'rof. James P. Porter of the Unitver-
ity of Chicago and he has the sta-
stics based on recent intelligence
ests to prove it.
"Boys are not smarter than girls,"
ays Prof. Guy M. Whipple of the edu-
;ation department of the Univerity
,d he has'his findings to go by. "Of
ourse girls will not do as well as
oys on tests like those given in the
rmy for they are not familiar with
uch things as trench digging, gun
re, and sailing, etc., -but submit
uestions that are equally familiar
o boys and girls and they will do
qually well, -on an average," states
rf. Whipple.a
"The tests given by Professor Por-
er were either unfair or else they
ere not given to a sufficient' number

of both' sexes to prove anything," con-
cludes Prof. Whipple.
SUM'S' R SESSION PLANS FOR
SPECIAL FRENCH FEATURES
A special feature of the Summer
session this year, according. to Dean
E. H. Kraus will be a "French house"
where students of the language may
be surrounded by a real French at-
mnosphere and where nothing but1
French will be spoken. This plan has
been tried with notable success at
other universities and Michigan had a
similar place for students of German
before the war, but this is the French
department's first attempt in this di-
rection.
There will be 20 courses offered in
French during 'the session, the faculty
consisting of Prof. A. G. Canfield,
Prof. H. P. Thieme, Assistant Profes-
sors McLaughlin, Talamon, Bursley,
and Adams, Dr. Leearned and Mr.
Cloj~et. There will -be two courses
in Italian and eight in Spanish offered.

S'TUDENT~'1S START lll'. "SPAIN AND) PORTULTAI OFFER
NEW ENTERPRISE ILUMBER MIARKETS" S REPORT ~D ce
Spain and Portugal offer exception-S
One more type of student conimer- al lumber markets for the United .
cial enterprise has been started in States, according to trade commis- -=
Ann Arbor w1ihthe etalshet01sinr eso . 'Brown aialn asUnonceYomores itslt-
the Student's livery by Bryan WaTr"' States dep~artment of commerce re- -h eoie
man, '22, and Robert Warman, . '22, port just published.j
brothers. "Spain under normal conditions re-. oiini h modern ball room.=
"Saddle horses de luxe" is the bu- quires about 500,000,000 board feet an- The W'alt hiill be more popular than
siness slogan of this livery, and this, nually,. and , of the 350,000,00 feet ee u mr
aim is borne out by the appearance necessarily imported because of lim- Iree =i u mr
of the five trim ponies in the stable, iced native production, the United' Can You V/altz?
th pca ade n te qi-rStates supplies about 75,000,000," de-=
ment. clre the commissioner. "This is a: = Ca You . Dance?
As well as for money making pur-j distinct opportunity for a great variy-.Ifnot
poses, the two brothers have under- et o meianwod. N w
taken to make this kind of a business Discussing the Portuguese market, 3Aegister N w
venture because of long familiarity the commissioner states that thoughi=_"
and liking for horses. They hope by somewhat restricted the demand is
special inducements to attract student worth more than passing considera- i.:'
patronage. k tion as is substantiated by ipors =
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M ~en's Clothing
SDress M~akers

Stuirway to Vogue Shop

Afternoon and Evening Frocks
Designed and Made
THE VOGUE SHOP
MRS. EUGENE CRUM UPSTAIRS
TheUnique Shop
of thf Campus
CARL BAY JEWELER
DEL GRENNhAN
Custom Tailor
14 NICKELS ARCADE PHONE 152-R
Footwear of Quality and Distinction
DETOIT ANN ARBOR CHICAGO MADISON
Minerva Yarns Athletic Underwear
'Woman 's Exchange
Franeo-American Hygienic Goods
NOTHING SO FASCINATING as veiled Jane
beauty, and beauty's charms are at their best
behind the meshes of a smart VANt RAALTESigeo
VEIL Shop
Stairway to Doctors' Offices

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Farmers &Mechanics Bank.
The Place to Buy
American Bankers Association Cheques
Best ]Funds in Traveling
"The Bank in the Arcade"
Nearly 400,000 'Coronas In Use.
For Sale on Easy Terms.
o . D. MORRILL 17 Nlckels, Arcade
Stairway Exict from Arcade Cafeteria

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