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SATURDAY, JULY 6, 1929

THE SUMMER MICHIGAN DAILY

PACE THE

'*'HXPrvnor Jones, Recent Winner Of Open Championship, Miss Wells Describes HEARING HELD ON L A SS I F IE
LAMONT [PRESSS My StRcod Wthwo iClsD
May Set Record With Two Titles In Season Life Of Old Michigan REGENTS' LAWSUIT' ADVERTISING
SATISFACTION ITH Miss Agnes E. Wells, dean of wo A hearing in the condemnation
jr_:--men at Indiana and visiting pro- procedings brought by the Univer- CANOE BARGAIN (for sale)
SATI FAC ION W ITH. hre su~i~mr k of ~ . b~li ht t~ H l O Phone 3162 or see J. E. Miller at
-Kfessor here this summer. spoke ofsity against Alvin H. and Helen O. 540 Walnut St. 10, 11, 12
I her alma mater, the University of Pommerening for the acquisition
-g, a tyt of lands owned by them, located FOR RENT
SECRETARY PRAISES RESULTS -"dIy. spent many happy years at along South Main street, desired as
AT LAMONT-HUSSEY,,;f;.::;:;,x.:::::::.::: il!
AT LAMONT ": ?:;;:_°::;:<^#;<::U=:.SSEY":.::: .Michigan," she said. "I received a part of a site for a golf course
PLAN T i,:w. .>:.. .:?''. ".h... '::.<:: <:p f~ont apartment of 3 rooms near
my A.B. in 1903, when I majored in was started in circuit court this Womn's eap e Pon 3741.ms 1
astronomy and minored in physics, morning.
andI rtunedin 92 togetmy A special jury heard newitness, FOR RENT-Two large rooms for
1OULESTARS i>:LOCATED "::.:2,::::. ::and I returned in 1924 ";:<i::to..: ,:. ::.:::: '; :.getmy-Fone'mENsTdenBETswo bl roks fr
S."..*.*.* Ph.D., which was also in astrono-
onomicalEquipment at Orange..f:;:,:. :: ";Herbert Watkins, assistant secre-
Astonmialnqupmnt t rage
-m-.- campus. Call at 917 E. Huron.
Free State, South Africa, Is l ........t,.*:JMiss Wells went on to speak of tary of the University, before an No 9 10
Managed by Curtis the system of student government adjournment was taken to permit No. 9, 10
-:and advisers to women at Indiana the jurors to inspect the property FOR RENT-Single rooms at $2.50
Satisfaction in the first year's re- in contrast to the system in use at involved in the suit. Mr. Watkins' at 604 E. Washington. No. 0
suits obtained at the Lamont-Hus-- Michigan.tu
sey :::r<,:-y:;:::>:d::<B3:-.><. "We have one dean ofwomen at FOR RENT-Furnished apartment,
fontein, Orange Free State, South ;,Indiana," she said, "upon whom all concerning the action taken uy the One double room. One single
Africa was expressed by the Hon.:? responsibility rests. She is assisted regents in reaching a decision to in- om. Dial 6979 in the morning
Robert H. Lamont, Secretary of! by supervisors of various depart- ue proceedings. or evening. No. 9, 10, 11
Commerce, in a letter to Prof. Rob- ments, but the final direction is Members of the jury, which is-_
ert H. Curtis, director of the ob- ;".;. hers. asked to determine whether there
servatory at Ann Arbor. This in-!. . . . :" "As Dean, I have one assistant is necessity for taking the land WANTED
stitution is supported wholly by the who takes care of the personnel and, if so, what price should be
contributions of Mr. Lamont and and files lists of all absences," Miss paid for it, are: George Moe, Rear- WANTED-Responsible young man
was to have been under the super- Wells continued. "My second as- don Peirsol, Oscar Eberbach, E. G. for afternoon work at Majestic
vision of the late Prof. Hussey of sistant has charge of the housing Hoag, William Arnold, Jr., John Theatre. No. 10, 11
the University of Michigan. It may of women living in Bloomington. Sauer, C. R. Snyder, S. S. Hammial,
be remembered that Prof. Hussey We have approved houses which Eugent Heinzmann, Simon J. Cress, LOST
was on his way to South Africa to are equivalent to the League hous- William L. Henderson and James
take charge of the work there es at Michigan, Wanzek.
when he died rather unexpected- -witLwAsws o ondame tofedg.
ly. Robert Tyre Jones, Jr. ARCHERS ASSEMBL E FROM EVERY Answers to name of Pittsburg.
The observatory is equipped with Who defeated Al Espinosa last week by a wide margin for the Open TILT Reward. George Tremble, 512 So.
a twenty-seven and one-half inch Championship. Severely chastised pros staggering home from Winged Foot and QUARTER FOR MIDW ESTERN Tstate. 11,12,13
refractor, the largest telescope of the national open to their home courses rmay heave a sigh of relief that not GRAND RAPIDS, July 6-Archers for men, national for women and LOST-Between Natural Science
its kind in the SouthernG emi- until next summer need they face a gain the Georgia Juggernaut, Bobby from every section of the United junior national for juniors on Sat- Building and the Boulevard,
sphere and has a staff of three Jon~esfromevrysectioofthenitedjunornationlforjuiorsonSt-_IkeyCall bl7539. at No. 8, 9,ld10
men, all former students of the J States will be present here July 13 urday, July 13. The York round keys in black leather key holder.
Uhiversity of Michigan who are de- CAPTAIN KETZ AND EDDIE TOLAN and 14 to attend the annual tour- consists of 72 arrows at 100 yards, C.
voting their entire time to the dis- nament of the Midwestern Arch- 48 arrows at 60 yards and 24 at 60
covery and measurement of double CAPTURE HONORS IN 1929 SEASON ery Association. The association yards. The national calls fo 48 LOST-A pair of tortoise shelled
stars in the extensive regions of is composed of archery clubs from arrows at 60 yards and 24 at 501 glasses; library style; in vicinity
the southern sky that are not vis- Michigan track and field stepped All the more remarkable were To- nine states: Michigan, Illinois, yards and 24 at 40 yards. of 418 E. Washington. Dial 21165.
bte from Ann Arbor The number on to greater prominence when two Ian's performances because he en- Wisconsin, Indiana, Minnesota, On Sunday, July 14, the men No. 9, 10
of double stars discovered in the athletes wearing the Maize aid the tered the races with a toe injury Missouri, North Dakota, Iowa, and will shoot to American rounds con- -
first year's work was 1,533, a very Blue won signal honors in national that was plainly evidenced when Wyoming, but the tournament is sisting of 30 arrows each at 60, 50, LOST-Between Natural Science
gratifying total and a result which and state wide track and field com- he walked away from the finish open to any devotee of the long- and 40 yards; the women archers Building and the Boulevard,
shows that the Lamont telescope is petition. line. bow. I two Columbia rounds, calling for; keys in black leather key holder.
veryCapt. Wilfred Ketz of the 1929 Physicians said the nail of .the Already entries have been re- 24 arrows at 50, 40, and 30 yards, Call 7539. No. 8, 9, 10
a ery por on, thpat the s Wolverine track team gained high ; big toe on the right foot was com- ceived from Robert P. Elmer of and the juniors two junior Ameri-- - -- --
emfoted fis a very suitable one point honors in Detroit at the an- pletely torn off. The injury was Philadelphia, several times cham- can rounds of 30 arrows each at 50, LOST-Sorority pin. Greek letters
and that the three observers are nual Michigan A. A. U. classic while caused by a fall in practice in- pion of the United States, and Mrs. 40, and 30 yards. S.A.I. University and Women's
angthat e threes observerhsre still greater honors were the lot of doors. In the final reckoning To- George Smith, of New York, cham- There will be a clout shoot of 24 League Building and on North
proving very successful in their re- the diminutive Eddie Tolan, soph- lan tied for high point honors for pion of the Metropolitan Club and arrows at 180 yards at a 48 inch University. Dial 7380; ask for
searches tr inoped tht uthis omore sprint star of this year's the day with Anderson, wonder holding the world's record for wo- target marked on the ground and Helen Gould.
double star program in the south- team,. when the dusky flyer sped hurdler of the University of Wash- men at the 50-yard range.
em skymmayabetcompleteddinathe. a flight shoot for distance.-_____________
next eight years. to first places in both the 100 and ington. Mrs. George Smith's record was Oneinteresting event will be the
The work is being done under the 220 yard dashes. While Tolan was carrying the made with 30 hits and a score of flight shoot in which a bow with Subscribe To The
direction of Prof. R. H. Curtis of Tolan in winning over one of athletic name o. Michigan proudly 222 out of a possible 30 hits and a a pull of 150 pounds is used, strap-
the observatory at the University the strongest fields to ever toe the on the other side of the Rockies, possible score of 270. ped to the feet and pulled with Sum m er Jail
of Michian The members of the mark in spring competitio decis- Ketz chalked up a new mark in The list of the rounds that will both hands while the archer is ly-
southern expedition are Dr. R. A ively stamped himself as one of the the hammer throw, and gaining be shot at the tournament is: York ing on his back.
Rossiter who is an associate pro-- greatest speedsters of all time. The victories in the javelin 2 and 56
feso n h Uierit ndMsssDetroit boy led Bracey, Sweet, and pound event to monopolize the
fessor in the University and Messrs. Wykoff; the last named defending spotlight in state competition.
Morris K. Jessup and Henry F. champion and Olympic star, to the Wearing the colors of the Cadil-
Donner formerly of the depart- tape in that order in the century lac A. C., Ketz gained the distinc- D E .jE ' r U e
nwent of astronomy at Ann Arbor.} against a strong southwest wind tion of breaking the only meet re- E
which made record breaking per- cord smashed during the assault 1
Work On Field House formances virtually impossible in of 169 of the state's foremost ath- Our Bargain Table of Text And
At Wisconsin Delayed -10. letes by hurling the pound ham-
The Michigan star made it a dou- mer 158 feet, 4 1-2 inches to eclipse
(Special to the Daily), ble triumph when he came back in by a matter of 15 1-2 inches the R
(Speci Jely) the final of the 220 yard dash to mark that he himself had set last Cannot Fail to Interest You
MADISON, Wis., July 6.-Wiscon- win, also ran against a strong wind. year.

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sins new athletic field house re-
ceived another delay recently when
the University Regents found it im-
practical to accept contractors bids
which did not adhere to all specifi-
cations. Athletic Director Little has
announced, however, that new bids
will be asked which, if satisfactory,
will insure completion of the struc-
ture by the fall of 1930.
The first notice of the Board of
Regents' action did not clearly ex-
plain why that body refused to
O.K. any of the bids submitted. In
the first place, all bids were irreg-
ular, for none of the contractors1
figured'on the plans and specifica-
tions as given them by. the State
Architect with the Regents' ap-
proval. One of the vital factors in-
fluencing the Regents was the fail-
ure of any assurance that the
building wou'd be completed by
next basketball season.

Women Show Ability
In Play Production
"Women are the equals of men in
their ability to act," said Valentine
B. Windt, assistant director of Play
Production, in a recent interview.
"Almost all are ambitious and co-
operate splendidly.
"Women work hard, but cannot
do as heavy work as men. Often
they sew, paint scenery, help shift
light stage properties, and assist in
directing. At times they usher forj
the productions.
"There are approximately 100
students in Play Prductin courses
each semester of the win ter term,"
Mr. Windt stated. "Of these the
number of men and women is
equally divided. In the direction of
plays, it is a matter of the. indi-
vidual, not of sex."

Life Savers To Have
Chance For Teaching
Young women with life savings
certificates will be given an oppor-
tunity to teach a swimming class
during July and August if they call
at the Y. W. C. A. building at 3431
South Fourth avenue. Women on
the campus during the summer will
find the work an interesting sup-I
plement to their regular courses.
All who wish to apply are asked tol

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A One Day Cruise over the Great International
Highway of Lakes and Rivers
Big Str. Tash moo
Come to Detroit and enjoy an outing on this popular excursion
steamer. Music and free dancing on shipboard, and quiet,
breeze-swept decks where you may sit in comfort and watch
the traffic of the Great Lakes and enjoy the beautiful scenery.
FAMOUS TASH MOO PARK
Six hours on the island for outdoor fun; quiet groves equipped for picnic
dinners, a large dancing pavilion, baseball diamonds, running tracks,
boating, bathing, and a fine 18-hole golf course.
PORT HURON, SARNIA, ST. CLAIR FLATS
RUSSELL ISLAND
Leavir g foot of Griswold Street, 9 a. m., every day, Steamer Tashmoo
sails pas.the eastern half of Detroit's great river front; along 11 e shore of beauti-
ful Be le Isle and across the blue waters oftLakeSt.Clair to the United States ship
cane ., and then through the wonderful St. Clair Flats. "The Venice of America,"
tthe' nest fishing ground in the world and the i aradise ofhunters,thtn on up the ma-
jes-icSt.ClairRiver toSarnia andPort Huron.The ride of61 miles each wayis ttrough
aconstantlychangingpanoramaofrareIand and waterviews. TheTashmoo reaches
Port Huron at 2:00 p. m., leaves at 3:10 p. Ir. and arrives back in Detroit at 7:45 p.m.
FOR AN AFTERNOON RIDE
Take Str. Florida to St. Clair Flats or Tashmoo Park. Lv.1:30 p.m. Return on Str.
Tashmoo, 7:45 p.m. SUNSET SPECIAL: Saturdays and Sundays. Lv. 2 p.m. Return
7:45 or 10:15 p. m. Three hours at Tashmoo Park; four hours at St. Clair Flats; one
hour at Russell Island. Fare: Weekdays, $1 R. T. Sundays, $1.25.
Raiload C etSreading C. T. Railway, between Detroit and Port
Ra roa Tickets Huron are good on steamers either direction
Fares: Tashmoo Park or St. Clair Flats, weekdays, $1.00; Sundays,$1.25,roundtrip;
Port Huron orSarnia, $1.10, one way; $2.00 round trip.

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Every Evening
Open Until 12 Tonight
Saunders' Canoe Livery
On the Huron River at the foot of Cedar St. t

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