ES LANDED. IN
nly three names had been handed
for the tennis tournament which
ts next week Monday, states Dr.,
rge A. May, director of the Water-
I try lists for the tennis tourna-
it to be held at Ferry field. will
:losed by Monday. It is essential
the play begin the first oC the
k that all the matches may be
ed off before Aug. 12.
ennis tournaments are conducted
y summer when there are usually
ut 40 entries for the singles and 15
0 for the doubles. The money re-
ed from the entrance fees, which
levied at 25 cents. per person, is
I to obtain various prizes which
given to the winners. The awards
ally consist of tennis articles such
ets, rackets, or balls.
udents who desire to enter the
ney should leave their names and
resses at Dr. iMay's offices in the
erman gymnasium as soon as pos-
SPOTLIGHT ACTS WANTED l
More acts are needed for the'
ummer Spotlight, which will
e held July 27 in Hill auditor- 1
im. Anyone who has an act
r an idea for one is requested I
telephone Jack Briscoe at 131.
>oks-Bargain Counter-50c each
Wahr's University Bookstore.-
Atronize Daily Advertisers.'-Adv.
Invited To Party
Casting away the worries of cram-
ming for blue books and mid-semes-
ters for a few hours this afternoon,
the women on the campus will gather'
on the cool and inviting porcl'es of
Betsy Barbour house to sip ice cold
punch and munch dainty wafers. For
those who care to dance, music will
Betsy Barbour house is a new dor-
mitCory on the campus, having been
in operation for only two years. It
was a gift of Mr. Levi Barbour of De-
troit, who is also the originator. of
the Barbour scholarship fund which
provides for the education here of
many Oriental women.
Much of the furniture in this house
is a part of the collection ,ofantiques
which has been in the Barbour fam-
ily for many years. The Betsy Bar-
bour room itself will prove a delight
to lovers of real antique 'furniture as
it is completely executed in old col-
onial period furniture, some of which
is more than 100 years old. The
horse-hair stuffed chairs and book-
cases are particularly interesting.
The party is given by the Women's
league but all women on the campus
and wives of students are cordially in-
vited to drop in any time between 4
and 5:30 o'clock this afternoon.
WOMEN SEEK TO ENTER
2,6, S") N 1PETITION TO SECUIE
FULL RECOWNITION, BUT
London, June 30 (by mail).-Oxford
university now admits women freely
to its degrees and to university mem-
bership, but Cambridge still locks its
doors against them. Naturally the
women don't feel a bit grateful for i
such glimpses. They want the doors
The women from the Cambridge Col.
leges of Newnham and Girton have
demanded admission to degrees'and
university membership on the same
terms as men. Not long ago some
Crect. The reply given by the uni-
versity was polite, but unsatisfactor.
1 o "Real Degrees" Given
Within the last two years Cambridge
has voted and countervoted oli vari-
ous proposals to admit women. The
only proposal which it has actually
carried-and to this practical effect
has not yet been given--is that wom-
en who are qualified for degree status
may obtain "titles of degrees", bu
not real degrees.
In making this half-hearted offer
Cambridge is proposing to treat wom-
en just as it formerly treated Jews
and Nonconformists; wihom also it
tried to satisfy with the titular re-
gree until parliament stepped in and
compelled the university to abolish its
discriminations of creed.
Now women want parliament to in-
tervene and compel Cambridge tol
their sex. And signs are not lacking
that Cambridge itself is beginning to
see that it will not pay to keep the
women knocking at their doors much
Officials Favor Change
A deputation consisting of several
I30'3 SO. DIVISIOI
other friends of the
cently talked with M5
ister of education.
made it quite plain
(Continued on I
$6.00 for THREE MEALS
$5.50 for TWO MI
Haive your seven o'clocks and come to Breakfast after.
Breakfast 7:30 to 8:30
Lunch 12 to 1
I-Mrs F. Daile
BOO0 of them signed a petition to this abolish
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All Charges Included
Azores, CQibralter, Naples, Pirae-
us, Constantinople, Algiers
TOMORROW AND THURSDAY
Love, Mystery, Drama
in the Heart of
'PHI DELTA KAPPA
TO HOLD INITIATION
Michigan chapter of Phi Delta
Kappa, honorary educational frater-
nity, will hold initiation ceremonies
at. 4 o'clock tomorrow afternoon in
All visiting members who have not
made reservations for the occasion are
asked to communicate with. T. S.
Purdom, telephone 801. The program,
includes an address by Dr. Clifford
Woody and also one by Dr. C. S. Ber-
ry, who will present the special prob-
lems of research work. Among the
visiting members who will attend are
Professor Hudleston, of the Univer-
sity of West Virginia; Professor
Crouthers. assistant superintendent of
schools in Cleveland; and Professor
AlderanC, of Iowa university.
CLASS I FI ED
COLUMN CLOSES AT 3 P. M.
Fast American, Twin-Screw, 15,000 ton Mail Steamer
A Yankee Ship, A Yankee Crew, sailing August 15
Accgmmodations reserved forregular
east and west bound passengers.
D i r e c t connections to Spanish,
Swiss, Italian, and Near East Points.
Apply at the office of 2ITe Summer ?ichigan Daily
JOHN J. DWYER, General Passenger Agent,
New York-Naples Steamship Company
150 Broadway, New Yoik City
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other American or g
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eriod of about six-
F FOR SALE-Complete student furn-
ishings, reasonably priced and in
excellent condition. Inquire at 324
Maynard Street from 11 to 1:30 or
after 5. 21-2
WANTED-Donor, for blood transfu-
sion. Type four; compensation, $15.
Address Mrs. H. D. Kratz, 1220 E.
Washington St., or Tel. 1047-W. 19-4
LOST-Sigma Nu jewoled badge with
name on back. Kindly return to 700
Oxford Road. Phone 355. 22
White Swan Laundry for quality
and service. Phone 165.-Adv.
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Gouverneur Morris' first story written
directly fbr the screen is a kaleido-
scopeof Oriental and Occidental pas-
LEATR ICE JOY and WALLACE
BEERY starring in a great cast.
A Tre ot 'Two World
An American came to claim her, fought for her with
very life in the dreaded dens of Chinatown. A pict
that runs the gamut of emotions and ends in a way
will leave you gasping.
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"Better Late Than I
Featuring SID SMITH
If your clothes are not be-
coming to you, you had
better be coming to us
Swissilized Garments Stay Clean Longer
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