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Journa' Will Treat Various Phases
of Education; Circulation
To Approach 4000

LANSING, July 19-With officials SHOP OFFERS A
spending a great deal of spare time Wickersham Proposal Causes Cara- Marcel at 75c; Finger wave at $1.00;
attempting to estimate the reve- way to Request His Removal Permanent wave at $8.50. Dial 7561.
nue from the nalt tax soon to be- by Hoover M -K _T T RIN AGENCY
come effective, a peep into dust- MACK TUTORING AGENCY
laden statistics of pre-war and Oe o umr~ho
e LETTER CREATES FUROR 310 S. State St. Phone 7927
dripping Michigan indicates a con--_
servative minimum figure of $2,- TYPING-Theses a specialty. Fair
000,000 a year." Associated Press) rates. M. V. Hartsuff, Dial 9387.
WASHINGTON,' July 20.-The
Tax collections from liquors of FOR REN
all kinds in 1915-two years before prohibition suggestions made by
the enactment of the Federal pro- Chairman Wickersham of the pres-
hibition law-reached $2,589,607 in ident's law enforcement commis- FOR RENT-Large one-room com-
hibiion aw-rache $2,89,67 in; r~pptLe f~ici er.,.+paruin ,i

pleti unse prmn o
new journal, to be known as this state, or 62.3 per cent of the sion in the letter read to the gov-
Iewogrl tryugcul.Aso
"The University of Michigan School -;total state income at that time. The ernors' conference at New London, newly decorated double for girls.
"e 'cg School -year before collections totaled $2,- Conn., continued today to engage 422 E. Washington. Dial 8544 or
of Education Bulletin" will be is-
fEdcinBuli w 151,446, or 57 per cent of all state, h teto f e n r o- 974
sued by the education school on etaxeste
SI bers of congress. FOR RENT-New apartment up-
the 15th of each month from Oct- Michigan produced 1,929,472 bar-
ober to May, beginning in the Fall Workmen rushing the building of and Jackie Fields will battle for rels of legalized beer in 1915. Since In some quarters, meanwhile, it per and lower; two blocks from
newr arena, whereig Joehetitlereon f25.gwasedaserestablishedce!campus; modern in every re-
the new arena where Joe Dundee, the title on Thursday,' July 25. that time the state has increased was regarded as clearly established c hone 5929. 16 17 18,
of 1929, according to an announce- wrdswle egtcaposet hn 99 6 7 8 .
world's welter weight champion, Floyd Fitzsimmons is promoter. its population a great deal. Wheth- that the president had no inten-
ment made yesterday by Dean J.' ________
B.dmnsn,-WOMEN WILL VOTE FOR WNSEXer the beer output has kept up the tion of complying with the demand LOST
population pace is a question that of Senator Caraway, dry Democrat'
rotary of the committee in charge DECLARES MEMBER OF PARLIAMENT has not been put down into sta- LOST-Shaeffer's Life-time foun-
MEMBER OFbPARLIAMEN Tisput.of Arkansas, for the chairman's tain pen without cap. Finder
of the publication. tistics.
The Bulletin will be established England's "women's election" in tended to take her responsibility The Wolverine state was the sub- resignation on the ground that he kindly telephone 8069at, 730
Thad "sacriincedthiseusefulness."-IArbor Street. 22, 23, 24
as a means of communication be- May, the first in which women seriously. ject of criticism of the U. S. Brew- ficed his usefulness.Brown and Blue checked
vtdoaneabaiwihmn Miscalculation of the "tical" Ascain n11 hnsv That conclusion was drawn from
tween the school and its clientele hasproved a equel bi fsithntn h ypa ers Associations in 1915 when sev- thatemntluSnatoranrm coat at Engineering Research
t t effect "a more false the old beliefs that woman of today was the cause of eral counties transferred to the dry the statement by Senator Watson tower. West of Ann Arbor.
in an attemp o women do not vote for candidates this attitude, Miss Hamilton indi- column. There was a state deficit of Indiana, Republican leader, in Reward. Dial 1261 Ypsilanti. 17
perfect unity in our state educa- of their own sex, Mary Agnes Ham- cated. A realization that the work-
tional system by bringing all schools ilton, M.P., pointed out recently. ing woman is by far the most re- at claimed that minatio defense of the Wickersham pro- LOST-Dickinson's Excursions in
into closer relationship with the Women constitute over one half presentative type of the twenti- saloons in some of the counties was al that enforcement respon- Musical History. Phone 6654.
of the present population of Eng- eth century could have averted'm bility be definitely divided between Reward. 1217 Baldwin.
University." an unpatriotic move.-
land. But there are now 14 women much useless campaigning. It is "While the Anti-Saloon League the federal government and the LOST-A seven by five black note-
os t ein Parliament, as against 10 win- the woman of England who re- has been boasting of having placed states, which was coupled with his book with some extra sheets in
Copies of the Bulletin wil ning in the preceding elections. ceives the least for the amount of a large number of Michigan's suggestion that, if this were done, the pocket. Return to charging
sent free of charge to the superin- And it is a notable fact, as Miss work she contributes, according to counties in the 'dry' column, the "national and state laws might be desk at General Library for re-
tendents of schools, principals of Hamilton explained, that women the M. P., and therefore it is the reports of prosecuting attorneys for modified so as to become reason- ward. Lost about June 29.
high schools, the county commis predominate numerically in prac- woman who is willing to vote for those counties show generally a able and enforceable." W T
leadngr adiniaeetved officrs i tically all the districts from which one of her own sex who will fight great increase in criminal statistics The Republican leader, who is
leading admanistratie officersai women were elected. "It is evi-1for her interests, and large expenditures for the en- closely associated with President WANTED--Fraternity interested in
the profsin Codes d "The fact that nine of the wo- forcement of the law against il- Hoover, interpreted the letter as buying large home ideally lo-
being sent to students who have 1dtent"tht sumen flonendidan t ectgigj"woa-thorcementdlawi
raduated fro the School of Edu- them," the successful candidate men who will take their seats in legal liquor selling. The legalized urging "that the states do their cated southeast of campus. See
ci ot Uvseas.th new House of Commons belong selling of beer has been replaced by full duty in enforcing the eihans
Miss Hamilton explained that to the Labor Party may be a fair the illicit and indiscriminate sale teenth amendment." for enlarging house, terms, etc.
those who are graduate students in many campaign leaders showed a indication of a future improvement of hard intoxicants, chiefly whisky "Chairman Wickersham's state- ----- - ---
education. singular ignorance of the new vot- in the women's wage-earning class," of a low grade," a report of the ment," he said, "was an effort to FOR SALE-Living room set prac-
Announcements concerning the ing element. Much attention was Miss Hamilton concluded, association in Michigan said, enlist the support of the states in tically new for half price. Dial
work of the school, brief summaries';Ms aitncnldd soito nMcia ad
r accorded the "flapper" type, ignor- doing their full constitutional duty. 21478 or 6238 22, 23, 24
of investigations, bibliographies, inTheefeighteenthnyamendmentTheleft
briefrinesgofs ipo ing the fact that many young wo- ORCHESTRA CAMP IS RECOGNIZED T gd
books, men have as much common sense i the states concurrent power with WANTED-Responsible man for af-
University news, and selected bibhi-as their elders. Miss Hamilton add- AS IMPORTANT MUSICAL PROJECT 'the federal government to enforce ternoon work at the Majestic
ographies will be included in the ed that numerous appeals to the its provisions.Theater.
Bulletin, butterfly class failed to reach the The orchestra camp at Interlo exclusive of teachers, physical in-
The various phases of education new voters. The average woman chen has begun its second success- structors, and camp counsellors.
which will be specifically touched______________
hh i-sfcy u ful season this summer under the Among the guest conductors for
during the year are pre-scqhool, ele- the season of 1929 are Edgar Still-
mentary, general administration, FINALS REACHED direction of Joseph E. Maddy. This man-Kelly, Earl V. Moore, musical
secondary, vocational, physical, IN SKOKIE VIEET camp, situated near Traverse City, director of the University, Howard
methods of teaching, supervision, iIis on Green and Duck Lakes, and Hanson, John Phillip Sousa, Albert
health, character training, use of (y ocated Pe) has a large staff of teachers andStoessel and Norman Lockwood.


tests, individual instruction, spe-
cial, high school administration,'
and vocational guidance.
Schorling Writes Feature
The Editorial committee is com-
posed of Dean Edmonson, chair-
man; Prof. C. S. Berry, Prof. W. L.
Carr, Prof. A. B. Moehlman, Prof.-
George E. Myers, Prof. John Sund-
wall, and Prof. Clifford Woody. ,
The mailing list includes, in ad-
dition to those groups mentionedj
above, 200 heads of private and
parochial schools, 700 selected ele-
mentary school principals, 100 pro-
fessors of education, 50 represen-
tatives of text book houses and!
supply companies, out-of-state in-
stitutions, and 500 summer school'
graduate students in education. The
total circulation will be more than
The first issue will contain "Im-
pressions of German Education"
written by Prof. Raleigh Schorling,
and Professor Woody who will re-
turn to Ann Arbor early next weekI
after spending some time in Ger-
many with a party of Americant
educators. There will also be ant
article on the "Training of Com-(
mercial Teachers" by Professor My-
ers, and numerous short features
and book reviews. r

athletic instructors. Visiting artists and speakers are
CHICAGO, July 19--Places in the'
title round of the Western tennis Organized primarily for students Governor Green, Dean Edward H.
championships today were with- of high school age, it has been rec- Kraus of the University, Senator
in reach of four of the country's ognized as a unique and valuable Vandenberg, Dr. John Erskine of
yinechoftfurs ofthkecountryproject by Teachers' college of Co- New York City, Theodore Harrison
younger stars at Skokie Country lumbia University, by the Univer- of the University School of Music,
clru- sity School of Music at Ann Ar- and Peter W. Dykema of Columbia
California visioned an all-native bor, and by the Cincinnati Con- University.
sonfn alwithaKeithndllwo servatory of Music, all of which The combined features of bene-
Santa Barbara and Wellsworth have established extension courses fiting the players musically and
ine ofasadefnasafely pnead; at the camp. giving them eight weeks of real
first to overcome Emmett Pare, Many students pay their own ex- camp life makes the orchestra
while Gledhill was to battle it out penses at the camp, but there are camp the only known one of its
for the other place with Cliff also generous scholarships to pro- kind. It is sponsored by the lead-
Sutter, New Orleans. Vines and vide for students of marked ability ing music clubs of the country as
Sutter furnished the upsets of the who need financial support: This an important phase in the devel-
utterfurisherd. the setsof thyear the camp has 238 members opment of the orchestra in Amer-
quarter-final round. The Califor- from 37 different states and Hawaii,j ica.
nian advanced by a surprise victory __________t__t___dH______
over Kirk Reid of Cleveland, and l 11111111Un l 1lI UIn l 1111111111i11 f lil 111ti lII 1111ti l U:
Sutter made a fine recovery.
In Regard to Vacation Reading
GALLAGHER ASKS - Lytton Strachey Says:
__AsitPrs"If you can bury yourself in the right book, all will
(By Associated Press)
EAST LANSING, July 19-A sug- be well-If not, your holiday's as good as done for
gestion that farmers using elec- ' -Choose your books well and wisely-On them a
tricity in their farm plants band world depends,"
together in the selection of their=c
material and contractor is advanc-
ed by K. J. Gallagher, head of the
agricultural engineering depart-i -...
ment of Michigan State College. The Print andBook
A SEAT IN """""""""""""""""1" """ """ " """""" """""1"'""l11l111111

July Brings
These Unusual
It's truly marvelous what good-looking,
timely dresses can be bought now at July
savings, and with full two months of
warm weather still ahead of us. Smart,
fashion-right frocks, every important
style created for Summer, at much below
the normal price.
Dresses for every Summer occasion in
new styles and charming color combina-
tions. Fashionable silks, flat crepes
pongee and rajah. Some feature the
sun-back styles, most are sleeveless
models in the best approved types.
Values that are by far the most outstand-
ing we have offered this season.
July Sale Price
--Mack's Second Floor-


Mining ioom
One Block North from Hill Auditorium
Breakfast, Lunch and Dinner
$7.50 per week
Lui.ch and Dinner, $6.00 per week

Service Location
Courteous Treatment
Main at Huron 707 North University Avenue
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