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TUESDAY, JULY 2, 1929

THE SUMMER MICHIGAN DAILY

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TUESDAY, JULY 2, 1929 PAGE THREE
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UEMN VOTERS PLAN
CITIZENS H I P SCHOOL'
F'OR FOURTH REGIONi
PURPOSE WILL BE TO STUDY
MODERN FORMS OF
GOVERNMENT
REED SECURES SPEAKERS

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BRITISH PLANE CARRIER RESCUES
SPANISH AVIA TORS NEAR AZORES
PICKED UP BY
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The annual home run contest
among the select of the slugging

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Good home cooking. 1001 Forest.
Call 3204 for reservations.
No. 4, 5, 6, 71

store in an excellent location in
Pecos, Texas. Anyone interested
should write for details to D. W.
Bozeman, Pecos, Texas or George
Ewing, Bellvile, Mich. No. 6
WANTED
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Representatives from Other States
Will Be Present to Hear All
Prominent Speakers
The Michigan Legue of Women
Voters is sponsoring a three dayI
Citizenship school for the fourth:
region of the National League of
Women Voters at the new League
building here from July 9 to 11.
Working in cooperation with the!
University, the League will meetj
the delegates of the states of Ohio,
Indiana, Ilinois, Kentucky, West
Virginia, Wisconsin, and Michigan
on three successive afternoons.
The purpose of their meeting will
be to study the problems of county

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Commander Ramon Franco and three companions, Spanish avi- talent in major league baseball
ators who started for America and were given up for lost, were found domsa inafigure whoehas
near the Azores by the British airplane carrier Eagle and taken to c omirated this feature of every
Gibraltar, with their plane. Dashed line shows route of flight; the baseball season since 1922. Return-
ing from a forced layoff a weeck
straight line, return route of rescue ship. ingCfrWma forced laofa ek

FOR RENT work a day. 1820 Hill St. Phone
7307. No. 5, 6,
FOR RENT--Two double rooms.
Dial 6379 og call at 1303 Wilmot. LOST
No. 5, 6, 7
No. 5 LOST-Between Natural Science
No. 5 ___ Building and the Boulevard,
FOR RENT-Two double rooms for keys in black leather key holder.
men or will rent single. 420 Call 7539. No. 8, 9, 10
Thompson St. Reasonable price. Tg
I No. 4, 5, 6 LOST-A Chi Omega pin. White
Gold. Phone 5938. Reward.
FOR RENT--Two large rooms for No. 6, 7.
men students; two blocks from LOST-Sorority pin. Greek letters
campus. Phone 8167,8 S.A.I. University and Women's
FOR RENT-Two largerooms for League Building and onNorth
men students; two blocks fromI University. Dial 7380; ask for
campus. Phone 8160. No. 7, 8 Helen Gould.
FOR SALE-- Classified Ads

government, county activities, and
the relation of county, city, and.
state. Round table discusions are
being arranged for every morning1
by Miss Florence Harrison, secre-
tary of the Fourth region. These
discussions by Miss Harrison, Mrs.7
W. W. Ramsey, and Miss Edith
Rockwood, will pertain to problems
of organization in the League of
Women Voters and will be of in-1
terest primarily to League mem-1
bers.
At 6:30 o'clock, July 10, a dinner1
meeting of the League will be held
with Prof. Jesse S. Reeves, of the

-- ago, George erman tRun is acx
I among the leaders in quest for
.America's mazing A tvt AndDe lo en 1929 circuit drive 1-onors.
Must Be Seen To Be Believed, Says Oxonian Alt
Among the leaders in this home
"America must be seen to be be- the others in England is in hav- run chase are a number of names
lieved," was the declaration of Prof. ing the collegiate system, that is, :entirely new to followers of big
E. A. Milne of Oxford University, an organization into a number of- league baseball. Klein, the Phillies'
visiting lecturer in the symposium separate colleges, each of which has right gardener, a Central league
on theoretical physics, in an inter- its own grounds and buildings and product, has made himself felt in
view recently. "The country is so in each of which the students live his first year in fast company in
large, so scientifically developed, together, eat together, and study clubbing out twenty-one long swatsj
and so dynamically active in every together. This makes for greater to date.
section that a newcomer is filled poise, celerity of expression, and
with amazement." open mindedness. Fraternity life Speaking of 01' Man River
Professor Milne, who is a brilliant over here very possibly has the rolling along-we nominate one
and interesting conversationalist, same effect, but is otherwise quite Robert Tyre Jones, Jr., as his
sketched an outline of his impres- different." golfing counterpart. Three Na-
sions since coming to America and s tional Open golfing titles is
to Ann Arbor, comparing what he Professor Milne pointed out that practical,y enough for any man.
both Oxford and Cambridge were
had seen over here to his own Eng- in part' supported by state funds,
land. "Ann Arbor to me is an in- but that, despite this, the state had! The Atlanta barrister who takes
tensely interesting place," he said. absolutely no hand in the adminis- time off his legal chores several
"The spaciousness of the lawns and ateno handoin the ni- times a year to swing a golf stick,;
tration or the policies of the uni-
the absence of any dividing hedges versities. "I do not exactly under- certainly handed the boys who!
or fences between the dwellings stand how it is here," he said, really take the Scotch game seri-;
makes it seem very different from "but it is my opinion that a state ously enough to make it a vocation, I
England where every house is I supported institution shold be ab- in lieu of an avocation, an em-
boxed off from every other one." solutely free from all state con- phatic right and left hand beat-'
The University he saw as a mag- trol, unless it be merely to see that jng.
nificent institution with marvelous the money appropriated is not
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Bathing Caps, Slippers and Beach Coats
Unguentine for Sunburn
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Gold and Tennis Balls (new stock)
Thermos Bottles-Thermal Jugs
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poi┬▒tical science department, as iaciu es or suy and research
guest speaker. His topic of dis- "Michigan and Oxford or Cam-
cussion will be "The Pan-American bridge would seem quite similar in
Arbitration Treaties." the size of the grounds and build-
The programs and speakers ings," he averred, "but the regularo
were arranged for by Prof. Thomas attendance at either of the two1
H. Reed, of the political science English schools would probably not1
department, who has acted as gen- exceed the number enrolled heret
eral director of the convention. He for the summer course.F
has arranged for several promi- "Oxford and Cambridge stillx
nent speakers to address the gath- j maintain their ancient prestige in1
ering, among whom are included England," he continued. "Studentso
Dr. Lent D. Upson and C. E. would much rather attend one ofc
Rightor, of the Detroit Bureau of them than any of the other univer-;
Governmental Research, Senator sities, though the expenses are
Claude Stevens, Highland Park, and much greater; the standard of "en-
Raymond Atkinson, of Ohio insti- trance scholarships," which are
tute, Columbus, O., besides several competed for, is in general, higher
members of the University of Michi- at these ancient universities. The
gan faculty in political science. advantage of these two schools over

wasted, and
left to guide

that thedinstitution be
its own destiny."

Professor Milne now holds a chair
of mathematical physics at Oxford
University. Before that he had
lectured for a considerable time at
both Manchester and Cambridge.
He will give two lectures in the
physics symposium, one on "Pwrob-
lems in Astroyphysics" and the
other on "Vector and Tensor Meth-
ods in Statics and Dynamics."

AS we we n oi W say Dlue,
George Uhle is having a tough
time of it this. year.
The former Cleveland hurler has
a fine looking average but has been
unable to show a creditable per-
centage against his former mates
in the spangles of the Navin man-
agement. The big Detroit right-
hander claims he would rather beat
the Tribe, than any other club in
the league.

324 South State

State and Packard

South and East University

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One of the best ways of saving money is to spend
it wisely.
The wise careful spender provides for his needs first
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Golf Gallery-or sip- ping cool drinks -
you'll do well to be clad in one of these frocks or ensembles
designed with just the proper amount of casualness to subtley
make the most of you.

See that you have a growing a.ccount in this strong
bank.

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