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FRIDAY, JULY 19, 1929

THE SUMMER MICHIGAN DAILY

PAGE THREE

S..................................... ...GGEDY ANN BEAUTY
R Miller Huggins lambasting Yan- effect on the gate receipts of SHOP OFFERS A
kee"firin line took a decisive trim- the various clubs in that league. 75c; Finger wave at $1.00;
nI0 - minin on m s l b nP anent wave at $1.
:..._ mineg in their own form of baseball On y 865 persons saw Sam Gr emnn aea 85.Da 51

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MICHIGAN SHOULD EMULATE
ILLINOIS IN CARE OF
PRISONERS
IS STATE'S OBLIGATION,
Can Not Term Manuao Trainingi
Educational, Official Claims;
Research Program Needed
( By Associated Press)
LANSING, July 19.-MichiganI
should follow the leadership of Il-
linois in demanding that prisoners
be groomed in the fundamentals
of reading and writing before their
return to the world whose laws
they violated, in the opinion of
Arthur D. Wood, commissioner of
pardons and paroles._
Michigan should advance further
along the institutional frontier by
setting aside a definite appropria-
tion for insane and epileptic re-
search, Commissioner Wood be-
lieves.1
The parole commissioner is crit-r
ical of a present order that finds
millions appropriated for statej
hospitals and nothing for researchI
for the insane and feeble-minded.i
He recognizes the research workI

Wednesday. Brooklyn's leading un- pitch shutout ball against Bos-
dertaker, Waite Hoyt, who con- ton at St. Louis Wednesday.
decends to toss a few games for the
Yankee management during the: Clark Grffith, owner of the
summer months, faced the Bengals Washington Senators, underwent
in the ninth with the count 8-4 in an emergency operation for appen-
favor of the Gothamites. dicitis at the Mercy hospital in
Chicago. His condition, according
Suffice it to say that the to the attendants, was highly sat-
Tigers, usualy most genial in isfactory,
such circumstances, clawed
Hoyt and his successors Pip- Benny Freidman, f o r m e r
gyrre- a di Heimahn i. i ni--tl-

MACK TUTORING AGENCY
Open for Summer School
310 S. State St. Phone 7927
'TYPING-Theses a specialty. Fair
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FOR RENT
FOR RENT-Large one-room com-
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two girls or young couple. Also
newly decorated double for girls.
422 E. Washington. Dial 8344 or
9714.
FOR RENT-New apartment up-
per and lower; two blocks from
campus; modern in every re-
spect. Phone 5929. 16, 17, 18, 19
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to knot the count in the ninth
stanza and win in the extra in-
ning of play. Incidentally home
runs by Ruth and Lazerri prov-

vlichigan football captain and
At-American quarterback, has
signed a contract to lead the
New York Giants this fall, it
has been announced. Benny

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Armed United States deputy in New Orleans since strike riots ed to no avail, captained the Detroit Bulldogs
marshals and police acted as a con- of July 5 The strike is still on, a last season.
voy to the first street car operated and little violence is expected. Ban Johnson, former president
of the American league, opines that In 1927 Benny ran his own team
the Philadelphia Athletics willinCeladFrdmnsamrk
ADVISER TERMS SELF SUPPORT easily cop top honors in the junior ClevelandonFried a s fewcole
PROBLEM FOR WOMEN STUDENTS circuit this year. He also is of the! football stars who has achieved
opinion that the Mackian clan will outstanding success in professional
"Any girl who contemplates work- unfilled. These are for waiting ta- have little trouble in dusting off football ranks over any extended
ing her way through Michigan ble in return for board, light house- the opposition from the National period of play.
must face frankly three questions," work, or care of children. Any leaguers in the world series. -_
stated Miss Grace Richards, advis- wman interested should inquire Bill Tilden and Francis Hun-
for further details at my office,"; The runaway race in the t
er of women, yesterday, in speak- Miss Richards concluded. American league is having its ~,,..,,

LOST-Shaeffer's Life-time foun-
tain pen without cap. Finder
kindly telephone 8069 at 730
Arbor Street. 22, 23, 24
LOST-Brown and Blue checked
coat at Engineering Research
tower. West of Ann Arbor.
Reward. Dial 1261 Ypsilanti. 17
LOST-Dickinson's Excursions in
Musical History. Phone 6654.
Reward. 1217 Baldwin.
LOST-A seven by five black note-
book with some extra sheets in

ing of self-help for women stu-j
dents. "These are: first, have II

WOMEN'S ATHLETICS ARE MENACED

signments and wil meet Mol-
denhauer and Prenn of Ger-
many on the interzone finals

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that has been done at Ann Arbor health that will be adequate for
but contends that study at the the extra hours I must spend; se-BY COMMERCIALIZED COMPETITION
psycopathic ward of the Universityj
'is limited. cond, am I willing to work hard, 1 "Women's athletics today are at of Trade in towns and cities. Sec-
Hospitald Impve Prisoner keeping my eye on my degree as the crossroads," said John R. Tunis ond, industrial concerns, sporting
'No state can be satisfied that it a goal; and third, have I a sound in an article in the July issue of goods houses, and department!
has assumed the full measure of idea of values, so that I can get Harpers magazine. "On the one stores, which derive publicity and
its responsibility toward its prison- hand is an active and articulate benefit from a champion women's
ers unless it releaes a bettepris- along with a minimum of social group endeavoring to foster com- team. Thirdly he mentions the:
pner tlife and of pretty clothes? petitive sport of the worst kind, churches, particularly those in
oner than has been turned over to
it,". Commissioner Wood states. "Unless there is a realization of j attempting to develop champions small towns, which have a poorly1
"And Michigan cannot be said to the possible hardships to be en- and world-beaters at the expense supervised program of athletics for
have done its duty toward the countered a girl should not attempt of the mass, attempting to drag girls; and last, certain national,
:feble-minded until it has definite- to work her way through school," women's sports into the morass of I spQorting organizations which wishc
ly )tered upon a program of re- said Miss Richards, "Tile idea that hyprocrisy 'into which masculine to extend over women's athletics
the laudable ambition to secure a sport has sunk. On the other hand the power they now exert over ath-
There is virtually no educational college education and a willingness is & group of idealists who are an- letics for men.
program at penal institutions in to work are a guarantee of suc- xious to keep the American girl Among the organizations oppos-
the state, according to Commis- cessful self-support is a mistaken ( from this commercialized competi- ing these.interests is the Women's I
sioner Wood. More than 700 in- one. Many people do not know tion, to safeguard her. health by Division of the N. A. A. F., which
mates of the Michigan Reformatory that behind the so-called 'college placing her athletic activities un- t is resolved to discourge, sensation-
At. Ionia are yearning for manual life' in which sensational publici- der the direction of properly qual- al publicity and athletic competi-
training courses. The commission- ty: delights there is a group. of ified women supervisors, and to tion which involves traveling, and
er does not believe that the system serious minded young people who provide a program of sports for to eliminate gate receipts. Incul-
of making an inmate a factory are interested enough in preparing the minority as well as the ma- cated in its platform is the resolu-I
worker can be termed educational. for life to subordinate or even ob- I jority. tion to "eliminate types and sys-
Legislature Reluctant literate social activity, recreation, The forces named by Mr. Tunis tems of competition which put em-
"The prisoner needs something and sometimes relaxation as well. as attempting to entangle the girls phasis upon individual accomplish-
besides an assignment to a ma- "The most substantial contribu- of this country in highly organized ment and winning rather than up-
chine. There should be mental tion a student can make to her competitive sport are as follows: on the enjoyment of sport and theI
training as well as physical. It resources," continued Miss Rich- first, political organizations such as ( development of sportsmanship
wonld be a splendid thing to de- ards, "is by working in a private Chambers of Commerce or Boards among the many,"
mand that our prisoners be able family for her board and room.
to read and write before leaving Furthermore this is one of the;w
state institutions." most wholesome things she can do, WE NEED TEACHERS
"'-'I ta attempted to secure aIbecause it insures her a single room Free Registration Many Vacancies
Tesearedh appropriation for the in- in a- comfortable home with good, I_#.VrTACHERS' AGENCY
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a reluctance to regard this type of i.g upon sporadic jos. IUf she UI i11111111111i__________________ _____________________________
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"Legislatures are willing to ap- maximum time-she can earn $11.-I
propriate millions for buildings to 20 per week, which is the equiv-
house the ins-n+ and fbe-ind alent of the average price of room-

of the Dais Cvup cha lnge the pocket. Return to charging
round. Tilden is scheduled to desk at General Library for re-
meet Moldenhauer today while ward. Lost about June 29.
Hunter will match strokes with WANTED
Prenn in the first days play.
WANTED-Fraternity interested in
In the doubles competition slated buying large home ideally lo-
for tomorrow the young American cated southeast of campus. See
doubles team of Allison and Van owner at 928 Oakland for plans
Ryn ill ngae th Geman air for enlarging house, terms, etc.
Ryn will engage the German pair
of Prenn and Moldenhauer on the FOR SALE-Living room set prac-
courts of the Rotweiss Tennis club' tically new for half price. Dial
of Berlin. 21478 or 6238 22, 23, 24
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COURSES

SUMMER

Shorthand, Dictaphone, -.Typewriting,
Calculator, Bookkeeping, Penmanship,
Secretarial Training
Enter Any Day
Write your name and address here for further information.
Name ............... Address.........
HAMILTON BUSINESS ODLECE
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red, but when we ask them for br
noney to study the cure of the !and
problem, they hesitate. There .i It is estimated that one fifth of
some hope that a small amount of the women enrolled last semester
research may be done at state in- were earning their expenses either
stitutions within the next two years !wholly or in part. The kinds of
by economy in the, use of hospital' work available are: light house-
funds. Our greateneed, however,! work, serving, cooking,hlaundry
is .a recognition of the part that work, sewing and mending, dress-
research should play in the state making, care of children, steno-
hositaizaio prgra."graphy, typing, bookkeeping, ,dceri-I
Qal work, clerking, and tutoring.l+
1!|ven clowning has brought a The opportunity for- self-support
" frown to old Broadway." As the open to a student is greatly in-,
result of a recent serious racket, creased if she is skilled in some
the night clubs and gay cabarets particular field.
of the Great White Way are to be "A fair number of calls for stu-}
subjected to a strict enforcement dent help both for the Summer !
of the 3 a. m. curfew law Session and for next year are still

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CANOEING
Every Afternoon and Evening
Saunders' Canoe Livery
On the Huron River at the foot of Cedar St.

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The fur season for 1929 begins next FRIDAY
and SATURDAY, with a great presentation of
the new Fur Garments. Not only are these Furs
new but they are attractively priced. Choosing
your fur garments this week, you are among the
first to learn the new styles---and all the smart
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