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Holds Two
WISCUNSI WARDE Records in
REPORTS INTEREST
IN STI"UDYCOURSES......
Correspondence Courses Prove
Popular With Wisconsin
Prison Inmates.

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LICE1 LONWDRTII COSTUMIERE DESCRIBES COSTUMES-
IN-MAKING FOR COMING PRODUCTION
BACKS M COR M IC KCast for Three Musketeers to Remembering that the company
be Gayly Garbed in Styles numbers fifty persons, it can readi-
of Feudal Days. ly be understood why Mrs. Galla-
Roosevelt's Daughter Will Aid way and her corps of assistants are
Girlhood Chum's Campaign Mrs. Marian Gallaway, costum- working day and night to complete
for Senate Seat. . ere for the Michigan Repertory the tremendous amount of work
,Players, yesterday gave an advance that must be done before the pro-
SHOWS FIGHTING SPIRIT account of the costumes to appear duction is ready for presentation.
in "The Three Musketeers," which At first glance the workroom
(By Associated Press) is to be the final presentation of seemed to be a colorful chaos, but
WASHINGTON, July 30. - The the Play Production group this a few minutes observation were
political genius of Alice Roosevelt summern
Longworth will have to be reckon- Laid in the France of Louis Treize sufficient to convince one that work
ed with in the Illinois senatorial around the year 1600, the scene is of a highly entertaining sort was
combat this fall, for Teddy Roose- a colorful one. The fops and court- in progress. Several costumes of a
velt's daughter will be more than iers of the period wear gorgeous 2upuvssno jo sxoq jof uolluonpa
materials in brilliant shades, and romantically intriquing sort were
a spectator in the battle between counteract the law forbidding the to be seen, the most unusual one

STATE CHAMPIONS
(By Associated Press)
EAST ORANGE, N. J., July 30.-
Henry Ford and Harvey Firestone
arrived today to help Thomas A.
Edison entertain the 49 boys, repre-
senting each of the states and the
District of Columbia, assembled to
make a competitive examination
for the Edison scholarship.
Mr. Edison will extend his formal
welcome to the boys at a reception
in the Edison laboratories today.
They will be guests at a lawn party
at Glenmont, the Edison home in
Lewellyn park.
The examinations are to be con-
ducted Thursday. The winner is
awarded the Thomas A. Edison
scholarship which was founded last
year to provide technical scientific
fitness for such a career.

SHOWS GREAT INCREASE
Biennial Figures Show 91 Per
Cent Gain Over Last
Year's Work.
(Special to The Daily)
MADISON, Wis., July 30.-War-
den Oscar Lee of the state prison
has notified the University Exten-
sion division that the increasing
use of correspondence study cours-
es among the inmates, as noted in
the recent biennial report on the
extension work at Waupun, will be
the basis for extending the service
to every prisoner who can be in-
duced to take on this antidote for
enforced idleness.
The report just filed by Chester
Allen, director of field organiza-
tion for the Extension division,
shows that the number taking edu-
cational courses in the year 1928-
29 was 192, which increased in
1929-30 to 367, making a total of
559students in the biennium. This
91 percent increase in enrollment
is called indicative of the rapid
growth in popularity of these in-
tellectual pursuits during the long
leisure hours.
Study is Systematic.
Mr. Allen has made semi-month-
ly visits to the prison for ten years,
and in more than 240 visits has
seen the extension instruction ex-
tend from a few individuals to
hundreds now regularly studying
throughout the year.
Note was made of one man who,
by completing 77 lessonsin the two-
year period, has become the out-
standing student for the biennium.
This student is doing his work in
college grade courses provided by'
the Gillin fund.
The service might have grown
more rapidly, Mr. Allen explained,
had it been posible earlier to di-,
vide the advisory visits among two
university representatives, and had
more inmates been able to pay for
the courses. The first difficulty has
been removed, for two advisers
now visit the men twice a month,
which accounts for the large in-
crease in completions. The second
difficulty has been partly overcome
by providing reading courses
through theWisconsin Free Library
commission. These are sent with-
out charge. This service has caus-
ed the large increase in enroll-
ment.
Serious Tfort is Rule.
The biennial figures show 103
completed study courses, 60 non-
completed courses, 138 active study
courses, 80 complete reading cours-
es, and 178 active reading courses,
a total of 559 courses.
Of 2,176 lessons written during
the biennium, 1,204 were in com-'
pleted courses, 186 were non-com-
plete, 731 were active, and 55 were
transferred courses.
PORTABLE
TYPEWRITERS
We have all makes.
Remington, Royal,
Corona, Underwood
Colored duco finishes. Price $60
O. D. MORRILL
314 South State St. Phone 6615

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R u t h Hanna McCormick and J.
Hamilton Lewis.
Mrs. Longworth, now in James-
town, R. I., said she probably would
be in Illinois before the November
election. So active had Mrs. Long-
worth been already behind the
stage of her friend's campaign, it
was rumored in the capital she
would take the stump for Mrs. Mc-
Cormick toward the close of the
contest. Though she denied this
definitely, she is expected to sit in
on the councils of war.
Her presence in the McCormick
camp will signalize that the Roose-
velt spirit is in active fighting
mood. Mrs. Longworth's persever-
ance in her lifelong rule of keeping
off the open battleground of poli-
tics is itself a bit of testimony to
her inheritance of political acumen.
Perhaps there is no one who senses
this more keenly than Candidate
McCormick.
The two women's association
dates unbroken back to the Roose-
velt regime, when the then "Prin-
cess" Alice and young Ruth Hanna
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use of cloth-of-gold by showing
many bows, laces, and feathers.
The basic style is one combining
high-waisted jackets, baggy trous-
ers, broad-brimmed be-plumed hats,
and huge swaggery boots, altogeth-
er exceedingly debonair. The ladies
dress in a most romantic way. Their
gowns are made of the same mate-
rials as are the costumes of the
men-velvets, taffetas, and satins.
The silhouette is distinctly bell-
shaped, with high tight waists, and
long graceful skirts. The same pre-
ponderance of bows and furbelows
is seen, and elaborate styles of hair-
dressing, are quite the fitting com-
panions of the elaborate wigs of
the gentlemen.
In the present company the cos-
tumes of the musketeers themselves
are to be the most brilliant. Made
of scarlet stuff, bearing gold crosses,
topped off with huge hats bearing
the ever-present plumes, they will
be appropriate companions of the
king's guardsnwho are to wear sim-
iar attire in a blue and silver
scheme.

being that of the fop, made from
pink satin, bound with gold lace,
liberally adorned with rosettes, and
accompanied by a pink hat proudly
bearing a jade plume.

GRUEN WATCHES DIAMONDS
HALLER'S
Jewelers
State Street at Liberty
WATCH REPAIRING FINE JEWELRY
CANOEING?
SAUNDERS' CANOE LIVERY
On the Huron River at the Foot of Cedar Street

Helene Madison,
Holder of two new world swim
records following meet at Long
Beach, California, where she cap-
tured the 100-yard free style and
National A. A. U. swimming and
diving championships.

Navy
New

Ships Will Have
Talkie Apparatus

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(By Associated Press)
WASHINGTON, July 30.-Sailors
will get their "talkies" afloat as
well as on shore by the time the
next winter cruise begins.
Difficult problems encountered on
ships have caused the long delay
in adopting the modern form of
moving picture entertainment by
the navy. New equipment had to be
devised and work on it has been
speeded up so the navy expects to
let contracts in August.
MONTH-END
Sale
100 NEW
SUMMER HATS
Weds. $ 4Straws
and Felts
Thurs. Berets
All Colors
The Shop of
Personal Service

piayea croquet on t e wnie e ouse
lawns. They were girlhood chums.
After the Roosevelts left the man-
sion, and the Hanna family return-
ed to Ohio, the friendship was kept
alive by frequent visits.
The widow of Medill McCormick
and the wife of speaker of the
house have been abroad together;
they were to be seen together in
the galleries of Congress and at
social gatherings here throughout
the late Senator McCormick's term.

S0...SMid -Summer Fiction
Have just received a large shipment of brand new titles at
$1.00 each
WVAH R fS Urilversity
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