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THE SUMMER MICHIGAN DAILY

SATURDAY, MLY 28, 1928

THESUME MIHIANDAIY ATRDA. TJY 2. 92

DAILY OFFICIAL BULLETIN
Public~ation in the Bulletin is constructive notice 1;o all members
of the University. Copy received lat the office of the Summer Session
until 3:30 p. mn. (11:30 a. mn. Saturday).

WOM'A1N'S POLITICAL
EQUAL TO MAIN'S,

rRESPONSIBILI T Y
SAYS 'MRS. FARLE Y

SATURDAIY, JULY 28, 1928 o.3

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(By Associated Press) close friends. At the Houston con-
WICHITA. Kas.-Woman has as vention, Mrs. Parley assumed many
much political, responsibility as man' of Mrs. Blair's duties when the Mis-{
because her other responsibilities are{ souri woman was unable to attend to
fully as great, says Mrs. Florence{ them because of illness.
Gardiner Farley, new vice chairman Mrs. Farley's husband, James F.
of the democratic national commit- parley, is a genial "six footer." He
tee. is the head of a local automobile fi-
The (lark-eyed, girlish-looking lead- nance firm. He is a consistent work-
er of Kansas democrats grew up un- er in the Sedgwick county (lemo-
decr such political philosophy. Her ! cratic organization, but he says that
mother, Mrs. Laura V. Gardiner, anI one prominent politician is enough for
early leader in* the Kansas woman the family.
suffrage m'ovement, passed on to her l Both Mr. and Mrs. Parley are de-
daughter the belief that women have votees of the bridle path and of avia-
a definite place in p~ublic affairs. tion.

Students who are expecting to receive the master' degree at the (close
of the present summer session sljouldl pay the diploma fee of $10.00 before
leaving the city. Please secure blanks for this p~urpohse at t he office of theI
Graduate School, Room 1014, Angell Hall.
Students who are interested in the teacher'-s certificate should secure
blwvnks for the payment of the $2.00 fee at the office of the Recorder, School1
of Education, Tappan Hall.
I will not be in the office after August 11. Anyone who wishes to check
his record or obtain such information as I can give should call at the
office of the Graduate School before that date.
Muth a. Rouse, I-eei rdcr
Presbyterian Students:
Young Peoples Society picnic this afternoon at the Island. As.semble at
the Church at 2:30.
P're sidenti
Phi Delta.lKappa:
Candidates ifor admission to Phi Delta Kappa will be examfined on their
these at 7 o'clock, Monday evening, July 30i. The examinations will be
held in rooms 109, 206, and 207, of Tappan Hall.
All faculty and student members are expected to be present.
lI1ioy IL. 1 'ilnian, Pres ident-
Women's Educational Club:
The Women's Educational Club will meet at 836 Tappan Road, Monday,
July 30, from 7 to 8 p. mn. Mrs. W. D. Henderson will discuss the WAOmen~s
League Organization and Building. There will be a vocal solo by Miss
Turnbull and a piano solo by Miss Helen Doyle.
This will be the last regular mneeting of the Club for the summer. All
campus women are. cordially invited.
IElizabetlh Fergu son,
President

WARDl IS ELIMINATED
GRAND R:-YIDS, July 27-- Dlave
Ward. Ujniversity of Micbigau stu-
dent who wvas coun ted~ upon i to Will
j the PVli h igate state golf championsh ip
lie second coirsecut ive year, was
eliminated today by -John Chicsos,
youthf~ul Detroit: player.
,iohn Bergelin, captain of the Wol-
verine golf team, was also eliminated
John M tlloy, Ana Arbor golfer, de-
r'e -ting him 2 up and 1. Addison
'ou; er, ia former captain of the
Miehigan golf team, survived the
rouniid.
II('KABI) BLAMES RADIO
NEW YORK, July 27.-Tex Rickard
declared today that the radio was a
contributing factor in keeping the
itendance at the Tunney-Heeney

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clham pioniship fight Thursday-i at a
lowv mark, and hereafter none of his
championship fights will be radio
b roa dcast.
tThe Madison Square Garden cor -
pou'ation, which is headed by Rick-
ar(l, is reaorted to have suffered a
deficit of $209,00,,Yia promoting
Thursdaiy's fight.
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MICHIGAN PINS
FOUNTAIN PENS
E ALARM CLOCKS
STATE ST. JEWELERS

Mrs. Gardiner, who became a wid-
ow before Florence was born, con-'
tended that the rearing of five chil-
dren without a husband's aid was an
indication of her ability to help look
after public matters. The voters
agreed and elected her a member of
the board of education, an office she'
held at the time of her death.

Born in Kane, Ill., July 14, 1890,
Mrs. Parley has lived virtually all her
life in Wichita and on a farm in Sedg-
wick county.
TO DEVELOP AT1HLETES
DETROIT, July 23.-In an effort to
develop latent track power now lying
(ormant throughout the state, the

Altoug Mr. arly ive ina IMichigan A. A. U., through the coin-
nominally republican state, she had bined efforts of the University of De-
l ,en mentioned prominently for a vice- ri n h ailcahei lb
chairmanship of the (democratic na-' willI conduct three carnivals at D~inan
tional committee since the party's field here before the (close of the out-
(door'season.
Jackson's (lay dinner in Washington.1
When she was first elected to the TPIRTR
c'ommittee in 1921 she was, at the , tis ag
age of 31, the youngest member of o l ile
that body. She has never held nor axial portable. Sales,
been a candidate for pbi ofcRentals, Service.
Mrs. Parley and Mrs. Emify Newell 0. D). ORRIL
Blair, retiring vice-chairman, are 17\V! -s. e-IePo~ 0-
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The finest exclusive excursion steamer, the Put-in-Bay, noted for
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