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WEDNESDAY, ATJO-UST 9, 1922

THE SUMMER MICHIGAN DAILY

PAGE THREE

WEDNESDAY, AUGUST 9, 1922 PAGEI TH1~N

NOW YOUR UNIERSITY
During the war the first type of
submarine chaser was developed for
the government in the University na-
val tank which forms the basement
of the east wing of the Engineering
building. The dimensions of the tank
are 300 by 22 feet with a 10 foot depth.
Models of merchant vessels for our
Allies were also developed and test-
ed in the tank, and experiments were
made for the United States shipping
board and Emergency Fleet corpora-
tion to determine the most economical
form of cargo vessel. Models made of
paraflne wax with a mixture of four
per cent beeswax are used in all tests.
White Swan Laundry for quality
and service. Phone 165.-Adv.
Try Our Prescription
Shampoo for Oily Hair
E. BURNHAM'S COSMETICS
MRS. T. L. STODDARD
707 N. University Phone 2625
K EDY'S
ALL-STAR FIVE
TOM HANKINS
WHITMORE LAKE
Wed., Thur., Fri. and Sun.,
Aug. 9, 10, 11, 13
LAKELAND
SATURDAY, Aug. 12

PORTO RICAN UNIVERSITY ATTRACTS
U.S. STUDENTS TO SUMMER COURSES

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(By Associated Press) supervisor of foreign language
San Juan, P. R., Aug. 8.-Students struction in the public schools
from ten or more of the United States Richmond, Va.
universities have enrolled for the spe- Offers Doubb Opporiunhy
cial Spanish course at the University ."Porto Rico offers all the oppor
i ities of Spain for the study of Spa
Summer school at Rio Piedras, and besides having the advantage of
Miss Josephine Holt, in charge of the ing American territory," saidT
school, is more than pleased with the Holt.. "Teachers and others desi
fact that students have been attracted to acquire a working knowledge
from such a wide territory. Massa- Spanish can study much more che
chusetts, Connecticut, Virginia, New here than in Spain."
York, Alabama, Illinois, Florida, Penn- The regular normal summer co
sylvania, Kentucky, North Carolina, for teachers, which is also beingI
and the District of Columbia, are so at the university, has attracted
for represented in the school, which more pupils than can be accommo
opened on Monday. ed and more than one thousand
Has Cultural Value dents are in actual attendance.
"Spanish cannot longer be consider- eral hundred, mostly teachers, h
ed a commercial or bread-and-butter been refused admittance becaus
language, but is being studied purely lack of facilities to care for t
for its cultural galities," said Miss
Holt. "One of the outstanding features
of the course is that the students at- Shows at
tracted by it are interested in the 2-3:30
broader study of the language and its
cultural value, and not in acquiring 7-8:45
it for purely commercial prposes. None
of theslectures are on commercial W EDNESD
subjects."
Some of the best equipped Spanish -~n
students and scholars among the pub- IRVIN VWIUAT
lic men of Porto Rico are to give ape- a3. d-
cial lectures during the course, in ad-
dition to the intensive routine study.
When the Spanish course is finished
Miss Holt will return to her work as \,
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Arcade - "The Dictator" with
Wallace Reid and all-star cast;
comedy.
Wuerth-Marjorie Daw in "Fifty
Candles"; comedy.
Orpheum - George Walsh in
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A First National Attraction Save the
wrappers
Good for
valuable
With GEORGE WALSH
"ROBINSON GRUSOE"
CHAPTER 15

dat- versity of Michigan league building for
stu- women. On her trip she will also vis-
Sev- it alumnae groups at present organ-
have ized in the west.
e of I It is expected that alumnae groups
hem. will be organized in St. Louis, Kan-

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featuriny
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Dorothy Sibley

See display at

T he Quarry
Drug and Prescription Store
Cor. So. State and N. Univ. Ave.
Phone 308
G. Claude Drake, Prop.

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Originally a limit of 860 was fixed for
enrollment, but this has been exceed-
ed.
MRS, E, HOLBROOK WILL
C aMPArIGN FOR LEAGU
Mrs. Evans Holbrook, '03, wife of
Prof. Evans holbrook, of the Law
school, is making plans to leave Ann
Arbor the latter part of this week for
the purpose of organizing Michigan
Alumnae associations- in the west.
Her work will be in line with the
campaign seeking to raise money for
the erection of the million dollar Uni-

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LASS 1F1 EDS
COLUMN CLOSES AT 3 P. M.
FOR SALE-Splendid home for fra-
ternity or sorority. For terms call
on J. W. Dwyer, 508 First National
Bank Building. Phone 1048 or 1081.
40-6
FOR SALE-Cheap. Corona type-
writer in good condition. Call
1847-R. 39
FOR SALE-High class Ford, slightly
used, $50. Apply Kerl H. Blumer,
1309 Wilmot Street, Phone 2351-W.
FOR SALE-1918 Ford touring car.
Good condition. 426 North Ingalls.
Phone 16. 40-2
FURNITURE for sale. Very reason-
able. 432 South Division. 40-3
ROOMS FOR a club of 12 to 15 boys
for school year. Large rooms, steam
heat, shower bath, large dormitory
at 536 Thompson St. 41-3
LOST--Near campus on July 26 pair
of glasses in black leather case. Re-
ward. Miss Lehman. Call 2730.
40-2

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LOST-_--Near Engineering Arch,
umbrell ith1le ather strap.
I218-11 or lea veAt Box W. D.,.

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MOTHER GOOD FEATCURESr

41-3
LOST--Gold fountain pen, initials E.
B. M., on or near campus. Phone
1656-J. 41-2
WANTED-House for 15 men next fall.
Saul Rosenzweig, Box S. R., Daily.
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COMING FRIDAY

Gareth Hughes in
"Don 't Write Letters "

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