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WEDNESDAY, AUGUSTw8, 1928

THE SUMMER MICHIGAN DAILY

PAGE THREE

REACH FINAL ROUNDS
IN
* I SUMERATHLETICS
Glocheski Is Champion In Two Tennis
Contests While Lovas Wins Crown
In Horseshoe Events
SIX GAIN HIGH HONORS
Two students, Earl Glocheski and
William Lovas, won victories in two
tournaments to climax the 1928 Sum-
mer Session athletic program spon-
sored by the intramural department
of ,the University and under the di-
rection of Paul R. Walsh.
tlocheski scored his double victory
in tennis where he won the singles
championship by defeating Lynott,
6-1, 7-5. Paired with Eardley in the
doubles tournament, Glocheski won
the doubles crown by virtue of a vic-
tory over the Rosenthal-Stephan
combination, 6-2, 6-4.
Lovas defeated Belmar, 21-7, 2-21,
21-19, to cop the horseshoe singles,
titlq and then shared the doubles
championship in the horseshoe tour-
nament with Parker by winning over
the Freeman-Rothchild team.
Buchan.n, ,who won the handball
singles championship by winning over
Berkowitz, 21-15, 7-21, 21-11, came
near winning a double victory also
in the 1928 tournaments, but Berk-
owitz teamed with Larson defeated
him and his partner Harris in the
doubles finals, 15-21, 7-21, 21-8, to se-
cure the handball doubles crown.
Six more candidates successfully
passed the tests for membership in
Sigma ,Delta Psi, national honorary
athletic fraternity. The successful
candidates were A. P. McCloud,
Greenville, S. C.; Francis Albaster,
Lincoln; Neb.; Troy H. Jones, Waco,
Texas; Chambliss, Waco, Texas; Reu-
ben Belmer, Indianapolis, Ind.; and
Charles T. Wood, Greenville, S. C.
All of the above candidates were
members of the Summer School for
Coaches.

CLEO MURTLAND THINKS WOMEN'S I
BUILDING BOON T O SUMMER SCH#OOL

"I believe that the Women's League
Building with its varied opportunities
for social and professional gatherings
will be the means of drawing the
women students of the summer ses-
sion more directly into the student
body of the university in a way that
will make the social life of the sum-
mer student more satisfactory than
it has been and give them a great
sense of being a part of khe pniver-
sity," says Miss Cleo Murtland, asso-
ciate Professor of Vocational Educa-
tion in the University of Michigan.
"Becajse of the shortness of the ses-
sions many people do not realize that
the summer session women students
need a place for both social and pro-
fessional gatherings which the new
Women's League Building will fill."
Many summer school students are
not as a general rule enrolled in the
regular sessions of the college year.
They are only here during their va-
cation from whatever work they may
be doing, such as schoo teaching,
which includes supervisors, princi-
pals, and college instructors, or pub-
lic health nursing, or vocational work
of some sort. By being here only in
the summer they know little of what
is going on during the winter. With
no general place of getting together
their interests will not lie on the
campus. They will meek their re-
creation elsewhere. But with the com-
pletion of the Women's League Build-
ing there will be a place where the
CUBAN CONVICTS
TO AID'SCIENCE
(By Associated Press)
HAVANA, Aug. 7.-Cuban convicts
sentenced to die would have their
choice of death by strangulation or
submitting to inoculation with deadly
cancer virus in the interest of science
under the terms of an extraordinary
measure now up for final decision.
The author of the bill is Dr. Matias
Duque, a prominent scientist. His
suggestionchas aroused a storm of
vitriolic controversy throughout the
island.

summer students will fii
place to go where the
congenial friends.
Miss Murtland has fou
out a suitable place tog
on the campus who wo
work and play well t
not had an opportunity1
remedy this lack int
has each summer sec
in which the women wh
sors in the Women's
Club could meet. By h
able place to meet the
large group has bee:
"There is no question1
Women's League will se
en's social needs, in a
satisfactory way. It s
that this wonderful buil
give the women an o
demonstrate real profe
in college women's affai
Miss Murtland,
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nd that with-
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uld naturally
ogether have
to do so To

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NOW COMES THE FINAL CLEARANCE-an event that no doubt hundreds
of women and misses have been waiting for. And if you are one who has wait-
ed you are amply repaid, for we have taken no half-way measures in order
to effect an immediate turn-over of our Spring and Summer stocks. In some
cases prices have been reduced to even below half. It's no wup to you to
save and to save in a big way.

Coat Buyers, Here's
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individuality and taste - coats that are
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ENSEMBLES ... $19.75

The Most Sensational Dress Clear-
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When we say "sensational" we. mean evedy letter of the
word. The values featured in this event should bring every
woman or miss to this store early Wednesday, it will be a sale
you'll never forget. Make your plans accodingly and come
and share in this, our greatest dress clearance of the season.

Dresses of the Better Kind
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end and vacajtion. The sizes
range from 14 to 40. Final
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$ 75

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High quality Georgette, and Printed
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these dresses sold as high as $59.50.
Choice during this Final Clearance,
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