TUESDAY, JULY 1 1924
THE SUMMER MICHIGAN DAILY
Lost Chapters In History Are Revealed
As Ruins of Carthage Are Uncovered
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A view of the unearthed ruins of Carthage, shoeing the amphitheater, which was in the Roman style... The cross
marks the spot where St. Felicitas wa s maytred.
MAN'S POCKETBOOK containing 4 or
5 one dollar bills, canoe cash card
and other identification marks.
Finder call 1198-J.
STUDENT'S RECEIPT-Tuesday near
Medical building. Grace Slinger-
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MAH-JONGG lessons. Miss Allen.
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Arnold's State Street Jewelry.
J FIVE ROOM furnished apartment.
New, moderate rate, to right peo-
ple. Adults only. July, August or
permanently. 540 Walnut St.
Several are from states near by, and a
few hail from as distant places as
Principals and superintendents are
quite equally divided in the depart-
ment this summer.
"THE WAY OF A MAN"
By Emerson Hough, author of
"The Covered Wagon."
"She Super to Conquer"
A new comedy by H. C. Witwer
Thursday through Saturday
David Butler and Pauline Starke in
"THE ARIZONA EXPRESS"
The Yale Uuiversity Press pre-
sents "The Declaration of
'THB OLD FOOL."
Pat O'mallcy in
"CAUSE FOR DIVORCE"
Tomorrow and Thursday
"THE LAST WHITE MAN"
With an all-star cast.
Friday and Saturday
Gladys Hulette in
,THE NIGHT MESSAGE"
By James Fenimore Cooper
Charles Hutchison in "SURGING SEAS."
FOR NEW and used typewriters call
the University dealer for Reming-
ton Portables. Stacy R. Black, 604
E. Madison. 1809.
Lost chapters in history will be
partially recovered by excavations be-,
ing made on the site of ancient Carth-
age by an expedition of French and
Carthage on the African coast, was
once the most powerful trade city on
the Mediterranean. It was totally de-
stroyed by the Romans in 146 B. C. af-
ter three wars known in history as the
Punic Wars. The fighting began more
than a hundred years previous. The
first campaign was from 264 to 241
B. C., the second, from 218, to 201 B.
C., and the third, and last from 149
to 146 B. C.
SCHOOL OF MUSIC HAS-
108 SUMMER STUDENTS
Enrollment in the summer session
of the University school of Music is
the largest for any summer school,
and the enrollment is over 100, with
the students coming from many parts
of the world. The course will last for
six weeks, and especial attention is
being given to instruction in public
school music work.
Charles A. Sink, secretary of the
summer school said of this summer's
term: "All branches of music similar
to that provided during the regular
year are offered so that students, by
attending summer school may shorten
their period of residences here. Ad-
ditional and special atteniotn is given
to the needs of teachers and other pro-
fessional musicians who desire to do
special work during the summer
month. Special work in piano meth-
ods, as well as orchestral and band
instruction receive much attention,
whereas the work was formerly lim-
ited to vocal methods."
Two guest teachers have been en-
gaged to assist George Oscar Bowen,
head of the method department in or-
der to meet the growing needs in pub-
lic school methods. Clarence Byrn
of the music department of Detroit
will be in charge of the band in-
strument instruction and Miss Hazel
Kinscella of Lincoln, Nebraska, be-
ginning July 14, will conduct special
classes in piano methods.
been organized here in 1922. Active
members have been chosen on faculty
recommendation, so that its member
ship, as well as that of Phi Delta KaI
pa, is now at full strength.
Herbert Hoover, Secretary of Com
merce, has named Prof. Arthur H
Blanchard, of the highway engineer
ing and highway transport depart-
ment, as one of the engineer mem-
bers of the "National Committee or
Highway Traffic Control." This com
mittee will report at a national con-
ference on highway transportation
to be held in Washington in the fall
Besides his appointment to 'this
committee Professor Blanchard is the
President of the National Highway
Traffic Association, Past President o
the American Road Builders Associ
ation, member of the Board of Direct-
ors of the Eno Foundation for Traffic
Regulation Incorporated, Advisory
Board on Highway Research of the
National Research Council, and th
Permanent International AssociatioT
of Road Congresses.
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BIG INCREASE SHOWN IN
Records on file in the office of
Dean E. H. Kraus of the Summer Ses-
sion show that the enrollment for the
summer in the School of Education
has increased practically one third
over the number of students in the de-
partment last summer at this time.
While the total for 1923 was 308, fig-
ures this week are 409, with the possi-
bility yet of a few late registrations_
Jackson, Mich., June 28.-Seven
Of the students enrolled at present million yards of cloth yearly will be
54 are public health nurses. Coach- used at the shirt factory at the Ionia
ing and physical education, which is reformatory when enlarging oper-
under the direction of Fielding H. ations, recently approved, are com-
Yost, Michigan's fighting football pltedi, 1. J. Hulburt, warden of Jack-
coach, has proven very popular; 104 son prison, has announced. One mil-
men are now working in that depart- lion yards of this cloth, he added, will
ment. Students taking regular edluca- be woven at Jackson. A contract to
tion courses number 251. I supply a New York firm with $3,900,-
Most of the students, of course, come 000 worth of shirts in the next three
from Michigan; many of them have years has been closed by the Michigan
had taching experience in this state. State TInditries, the warden said._
A picture aglow
with the glamor-
ous spirit of love
and roniance and
the joy of spring-
time-a drama de-
picting the poig-
nant pathos of un-
picture of a love
grown cold and a
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Chapters of Phi Delta Kappa, na-
tional honorary education fraternity,
and of Pi Lambda Theta, the corres-
ponding organization for women, are
rapidly taking their places among pro-
fessional societies on the campus. The
two organizations, both of which are
comparatively young at Michigan, al-
ready have 100 members, in the case
of the fraternity, and 50 in that of the
sorority, according to the staff of the
school of education.
Membership is limited to those who
intend to make teaching their profes-
sion, and who, as students, have shown
notable interest and attainments.
Ideals and qualities of leadership are
among other qualifications sought.
Purposes of the fraternities are
nearly identical;hthey would support
the highest ideals and principles un-
derlying American education. Furth- !
er, promote fellowship and encour-
age research and progress.
Pi Lambda Theta, for the women, is
of recent origin at Michigan, having
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