WEDNESDAY, JUNE 27, 1928
THE SUMMER MICHIGAN DAILY
VEDNESDAY, JUNE 27, 1928 THE SUMMER MICHIGAN DAILY PAGE THREB~
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DEAN LISTS DANERS
OF TUTORIAL SYSTEM
"The increased enrollment in Amer-
ican colleges has made necessary the
development of many systems for pre-
serving contact with the student," says
Raymond Walters, dean of Swarth-
more College, in the June Scribner's
Dean Walters outlines the methods
in use at various institutions, and
sums up the situation as follows:
"There would seem to be two main
risks in the personnel movement. One
is the- risk of coddling students-of
tolerating softness, self-pity, priggish-
ness. The other is the risk of so em-
phasizing the vocational aspect that
the liberal-culture aspect of college
finishes a poor second.
"The problem, where the purpose of
a system is human service, lies in the'
human worth of the Individual agents
of the system.
New Slot Machines
To Say 'Thank You'
A new "Robot" that will say
"Thank you," make chiange and per-
form other function of a. human sales
clerk will be placed in chain stores
and other selling agencies soon as a
result of the formation of a $25,000,-
000 company, representing a consolida-
tion of the principal automatic mer-
chandising companies of the United
States, backed by Wall Street in-I
terests. Through a phonographic ar-
rangement, now being worked out by
technical experts, (an automaton will
be manufactured which will sell a
wide variety of articles for coins
dropped into slot machines. Until the
perfection of the new machines, the
;resent devices for the sale of articles
b~y slot machines will be used.
The new company, to be known as
the Consolidated Merchandising Cor-
poration, will use machines manufac-
tured by the -Remington Arms Com-
ESPINOSA LEADS AT KANSAS CITY VON ELM HEADS DISTRIC'
KANSAS CITY, June 26.-Al Espi- TOURNEY
nosa, of Chicago, stole a march on his DETROIT, June 26.-George V
more illustrous golfing mates in the Elm, form ers in the qualifyi
mid-American open tourney here to- rounds of the district golf tour
day with a card of 33-35 to add to his ment here with a 74. Fred Glov
74 in the initial round Sunday. He is former Wolverine golf captain, is t
six strokes ahead of the field. Johnny for second witlh Johnny Malloy,p
Farrell, who won the National open at at the Barton Hills in Ann Arbor
Chicago by defeating Bobby Jones, rs
far behind and ready to concede de-! hAHN PLANS RETIREMENT
of America's greatest track stars, an-
'nounced today that he 'would quit
running after the Olympic games.
DETROIT LOSES AGAIN
DETROIT, June 26.-Detroit was
thrust further into the cellar oif the
American league today when the Chi-
cago Sox defeated the Tigers for they
second consecutive time, 5 to 2.
NAVY WILL NOT SEND CREW
ANNAPOLIS, June 26.-The United
States Naval racademy will not send
a crew to the Olympic tryouts.
drapes. If taken, at onice, 125. Jef-
ferson Apartments No. 23. One
block from campus. Dial 21868.
FOR RENT-At 311 Thompson, two
blocks from campus, .single room
and suite. Contiuous hot water.
FOR SALE- Double-deck beds with
with mattresses, do ble desk, wide
bed with springs, oie single bied,
two solitary couches. Dial 8544 or
9714. 422 E. Washington. 3-4-5
FOR RENT-A front rpom, single,
$3.50, double $5.00. No other room-
ers. Phone 8196.
FOR RENT-Two large double rooms
and one single. Graduate students,
teachers- business girls or nurses.
Also garage. Dial 8544 or 9714. 422
K. Washington. 3-4-5
FOR SALE--Fumed oak desk and
ch 'ir. Also two rugs. Call 332.
East William. Apt. 99. 4
NOTICE-Raggedy Ann Beauty Shop
now offers the Siedericks Vita Tonic
permanent wave for $8.50. Dial 7561.
BOSTON, June 26.-Lloyd Hahn, oneI
A WORD, TO THE
Wise is the man who saves as he earns-who has
laid by a snug little sum of money with some laud-
able purpose in view. It marks 'him as a man of
ambition, foresighted, thrifty, an asset to the com-
uEK z~~- - -
OPEN ALL -SUMMER
from 8$p. m. to 11 p.m.
Per hour 50c
Per day ... ...2.50 -
SAUNDER'S CANOE LIVERY
On the Huron River at the foot of Cedar St.
TOLEDO MEN-A general insurance
agency of your city has two perma-
nent positions in sales department.
$125.00 to start.
FOR RENT--One room kitelhenette-
apartment for $75. For sale, dishes,]
kitchen utensils, day bed. bookcases,
cabinet radio, screens, curtains and
BUSINESS OPPORTUNITIES -Very
:active sales program offers oppor-
tunity to five boys during summer
months to make sufficient money for
next year's entire expense and to
produce 'a 'surplus for the right kind
who will work. Consult Mr. Woods
at 515 First National Baink Building.
ANNOUNCEMENT-Mrs. Emma Fisch-
er Cros's announces a summer term
in piano and pipe-organ beginning
June 25th. Studio 610 E. Liberty.
Dial 3566. 4
HELP WANTED-Students wanted to
work for their room rent. Phone
4770. 4, 5, 6
Summer Session June 25-Aug. 17
Enter any day-why not today?
Hamilton Business College
State and William Streets
101 N. Main St.
707 N. Univ. Ave.
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A band of men whose sweetheart was-
Dry Clean for the Holidays
Athrilling*, dariir 4dramha of the air, witlh the atppeal of "Beau
Geste" and 1"Wi-ngs" eominiied. Featuring' the screen's Glorious~
I'mmir Losiers. Di'ectEda by a mian who huiself was au ave.
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Prices as low as $5.r
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