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TUESDAY, AUGUST 5, 1924

THE SUMMER MICHIGAN DAILY

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LARGE ENROLLMENTS
IN EDUCATION COURSES
The most popular course in the
School of Education is conducted by
Prof. J. B. Edmonson, figures at the
office of the Summer session show.
It deals with methods of teaching in
the high school, and the enrollment
this summer has been 78 students, ex-
ceeding that of all special as well as
other academic courses given under
the supervision of the school. There
are 46 undergraduates and 32 gradu-
ates in the class.1
Coach Fielding H. Yost's course in
football is second highest with a total
of 71 students. Only one of these
is a graduate. The class in basketball
under Coach E. J.. Mather has 70 stu-
dents enrolled, one of whom is a
graduate.
The course in general hygiene and
public health offered by Prof. JohnI
Sundwall has an enrollment of 68.
Coming back to purely academic
studies, Professor Edmonson's course
in the administration and supervis-
ion of secondary schools is second to
that in high school methods with 59
students taking the work.
Hot water bottles or vacuum flasks
are fast becoming part of the Chin-
ese household. It is noticeable when,
traveling that the Chinese carry with I
them vacuum bottles ranging from
the cheapest flask to the most expen-
sive set in leather cases.
Paris, Aug. 4.-The chamber of de-
puties has voted to transfer to the
Pantheon, final resting place of dis-
tinguished dead, the remains of Jean
Juarez, Socialist leader, assassinated
10 years ago on the eve of the World
War.

Has Finger Prints
Of 1,000,000 rooks
In His Collection
D. C. McKean
The United States now has a bureau
of identification nearly equal to that
of Great Britain's famous Scotland
Yard. It has a collection of 1,000,000
finger prints and descriptions of crim-
inals, in charge of C. D. McKean.
London, Aug. 4.-Admiral Sir Chas.
E. Madden, a flag officer of the Royal
Navy, commander of the Atlantic
fleet from 1919 to 1922, has been ap-
pointed admiral of the fleet, the chief
position in the British navy.
Paris, Aug. 4.-The Chamber of De-
puties adjourned yesterday for the
summer vacation. It is expected Pre-
mier Edouard Herriot will summon
It when the London conference is fin-
ished, to hear his report.
Constantinople, Aug. 4.-Maj. Sher-
man Miles, military attache here, has
left for Teheran to Investigate the
killing of Robert Imrle, vice-consul
Pop. Mat. Tues.Thus. & Sat. 2 & 50c
Nights l5c - 50c - 75c and $1.00
sith Week T HE i5th Season
Bonstello Com pany
In the Amnerican Comedy of Home Life
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Love! Laughter! Tears!
Next Mon-"The Claw ad the Wing"
IRVING WARMOLS, D.S. .
Chiropodist and
Orthopedist

GROOMES' BATHING BEACH
Whitmore Lake
Refreshments 0f All Kinds

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Today and Tomorrow
2-3:30-7:30-9

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The 7tile-a-Pinute Entertainment Express
With RALPH LEWIS40
"THE WAGES OF CINEMA" PATHE NEWS

MIDSUMMER SPECIAL-NOW PLAYING

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Electric Refrigeration
for the Home
Kelvinator Fits Your Refrigerator
The Kelvinator keeps your refrigerator at au even
temperature at all times. It keeps it colder than ice
and costs less to operate. Come in and see it working.
WM. HOCHREIN
Plumbing and Heating

211 S. Fourth Ave.

Phone 525

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AT THE THEATERS
Screen-Today
Majestic-Barbara La Marr in
"The White Moth"; comedy,
Louise Fanzenda in "Dizzy-
Daisy"; Ollendorf topical car-
toons; Aesop fable.
Wuerth-Ralph Lewis in "The
Westbound Limited"; a H. C.
Witwers' "Fighting Blood"
story, "The Wages of Cinema";
Pathe news.
Orpheum- Herbert Rawlinson
in "Stolen Secrets"; Billy
Sullivan in the last of "The
Leather Pushers"; Fox news.
dtage:--This Week
Garrick (Detroit) - Bonstelle
company presents Miss Ann
Harding in "Mary the 3rd."

ENE R GINE
ODORLESS CLEANING
We're the cleaners you'be heard so much about,
Tar our customers all recommend
Our consistent good ivork, for they 're neber in doubt
That ve 'll do the same ivork for a friend.

THE SCHOOL OF
CHEMICAL ENGINEERING PRACTICE
OF THE MASSACHUSETTS INSTITUTE OF TECHNOLOGY
A GRADUATE SCHOOL offering a course of study lead-
ing to the degree of Master of Science,with field stations
in the plants of six different companies. These com-
panies produce steel, pulp, paper, caustic soda, chlorine,
heavy acids and salts, sugar, gas, ammonia, benzol, etc.
The more important unit operations of chemical
engineering are studied systematically by means of tests
and experimental work on full scale plant apparatus.
The work is wholly educational and independent of
control by the plant managements. The attention of the
student is directed exclusively to the study of Chemical
Engineering.
The total number admitted to the school is limited
and the students, studying and experimenting in small
groups, receive individual instruction from resident pro-
fessors. For entrance requirements and details address
R. T. Haslam, Director, School of Chemical Engineering
Practice.
MASSACHUSETTS
INSTITUTE OF TECHNOLOGY
CAMBRIDGE MASSACHUSETTS

PHONE
2508

Company.

PHONE
2508

"The Home

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209 South Fourth Abenue

707 N. University.

Phone 5262

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WANTED-PLACE TO LIVE
ANYONE leaving ciity next school
year who desires graduate student
..and wife to occupy furnished house
or apartment write Box 17, Mich-
igan Daily.
LOST
LOST-Foutain pen on Library steps.
Keepsake. Reward. Phone 1457-M.
LOST-Collegiate Sorosis sorority pin.
If found please notify Ann Grandy,
894 Atkinson Ave., Detroit.
Watch RepairIng
FINEST Watch Repairing in the city.
Arnold's State Street Jewelry.
WANTED-TO RENT
DESIRABLE single room not to ex-
ceed four dollars, by Graduate Stu-
dent. Box E. E. D.
FOR RENT
ROOMS FORM EN- Beautiful loca-
tion, good heat. Board if desired.
1426 Washington Heights.
WHO ARE YOUR
ASSOCIATES?
That is a question that means much
socially. It means a deal more in
business and finance. This bank
offers you bank connections that
will be valuable to you in the busi-
ness world.
FARMERS &
MECHANICS BANK
101-105 S. Main St.
330 So. State St.
Member of the Federal Reserve

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The Kickernick Bloomer
Is Ideal in Comfort and Wear
Daintily feminine and yet designed
for the most active women and f
girls, the Knickernick bloomers are
ideal for summer wear. Bend-
ing, sitting, walking or stand-
ing erect Knickernick paten-
ted undergarments adjust
themselves to the form. No
extra cloth where it is not
needed. Extra pleats over
the hips provide fullness
where it is required. The
bloomers may be chosen with
elastic at knee or with a loose
band that is specially com-
fortable and cool for sum-
mner.

Bloomers in nainsook and voile, in white
and flesh, $1.00 to $1.50.
Bloomers in white lingette, $2.25.

Bloomers in orchid
$6.00.
Bloomers in flesh
$6.00.
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and white glove silk,

colored trosseau silk,
The Combinette is
Athleti yet Dainty
The combinette has been de-
signed for women who desire
to wear the atheltic type of
undergarment and still be
daintily and properlydres-
sed. In plain nainsook or
barred dimity with narrow
net trimming, in white or
flesh, $1.75 and $2.00, of
trousseau crepe in white,
flesh or peach, $8.50.
(Mack's, second floor.)

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