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olleges

the enrollment cated in San Antonion, according to
registration for T.. H. Shelby, director of the Bureau
the summer ses- of Extension of the university, the di
ty of Texas has vision under which the school will be
spared with 3,105 administered. Instruction will be giv
on last year, ac- en in English, history, mathematics,
riven out at the chemistry, botany, Spanish, and prob
late registration ably in economics and accounting
uly 27, the total After two 'pears in the junior college
bly be somewhat ,students will bhe able to enter the tlfird

Unite d-States" is the title of a book ical subjects from Aug. 24 to Aug. 30,
that is being written by Prof. T. C. at the County Teachers' institute at
Pease of the department of history. Morrison, Ill.
Professor Pease is assistant director He will lecture the following week
of the Illinois State historical library, before the County Teachers' institute
and has written many books and arti- at Liberty, Ind.
cles on historical subjects, his latest! '
o tbeing "The Story of Illinois" which Rochester, Minn., July 28.- John
came off the press last month. The Kelsey of Detroit, president of the
new book will be ready for the pub- Kelsey Wheel company of that city.
e lisher early in the winter, Professor and dart owner of the Detroit Americ-
- Pease believes. I an league baseball team, was operated
Ion here Saturday. His condition is
. Sens emn 1 To Talk satisfactory, Mrs. Kelsey said today.
To T a esS o London, July 29.-Princess Ileana,
H. the charming 17-year-old daughter of
H. L. Senseman who recently re- the king and queen of Roumania, is
signeQ as director .of the Alumni Cat- t'e only daughter of a reigning mon-

DANC.

At the New Lake House Pav
WHITMORE LAKE
Every Wednesday, Friday, Saturday
A large, cool pavilion
with real music and a wonderful floor.

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U
on, Wis.-Prof. Michael I.
zeff, of the history department'
University of Wisconsin, has -
I to join the faculty of Yale
ty beginning next year. Pro-
lostovtfff came to the univer-
m Russia five years ago. His
field is ancient history and
its stay at Wisconsin his class
been large and popular. At
will have more time for re-
n the Boston Museum of Fi e
he Metropolitan Museum1
rk city, and will bedranted,
leaves of absence to study
a, Ill.-Thirty-three members
Mass of 1925 completed their
minations yesterday in Chi- I
'his is the largest number of
class that has ever taken
iinations at one time. Grades
the examination will be given.
.etime in September.
rt
, Tex.-About 125 students
eady signified their intention
ing in the new junior college I+,

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ear's work unconditionally in
niversity of Texas.

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Urbana, Ill.-"The History of the

alogue office, will lecture on pedagog- arch who wears her hair bobbed.

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bring results.
So if you wiant to buy or sell
anything-if you have lost or
found anything-if you want
to get work, or have someone
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