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TSE BUMMER. N HIGAN DRAY

P!!8 TH' RE

JULY 16. ~ wr . 1931 T E SUMM- M-C-.-- .A..

ATTENDANCE TOTAL
FOR T ERRATHES
_.4.310, GAIN OF 322
Enrollment in Graduate School
Is 2,148; Literary College
Registers 794.
MANY TEACHERS ENTER
Michigan Representation Totals
2,440; Forty-Five States
Send Students.
Summer enrollment has reached
4,310, an increase of 322 over last
year's mark, according to figures
released by Dean Edward H. Kraus,
of the Summer Session. Nearly half
of the students , a total of 2,148,
are registered in the Graduate
school.
Enrollment in other schools is as
follows: literary college, 794; en-
gineering college, 371; education
- school, 333; medical school, 244; law
school, 161; music school, 123; ar-,
chitectural college, 60; business ad-
ministration school, 30; pharmacy
college, 25; forestry school, 14; den-
tal school, 11.
Many at Camps.
Of the students in the various
schools, 107 are at the Douglas lake
biological station, 37 are at Camp
Davis, Wyo., 23 are included in the
Mill Springs, Ky., geology and geo-
graphy camp, and 14 are at Camp
Filibert Roth for forestry in north-
ern Michigan.
High school teachers compose 1,-
125 of the enrolled students, it was
revealed. Two hundred eighty-one
teach in grade schools during the
year, while 405 are members of col-
lege and university faculties. City
superintendents account for 113 of
the student body, 128 principals al-
so being listed. Students who were
in the University last semester;
number 1,278. One hundred thirty-
eight come from other educational
institutions, of which 17 are state,
universities, 41 other universities,,
and 49 are colleges.
Michigan Total Highest.
Michigan has the highest repre-
sentation in the session, 2,440 of the
studentsbeing residents in the
. state. Ohio, New Yrk, Indiana,
and Pennsylvania rank next, each
having more than 150. Forty-five.
states and the District of Columbia
are represented.
Chinese students enrolled in the
term number 46. Canada follows
with 29, and India has 12. Thirty
foreign countries, in all are repre-
sented.
Attending for the physics sympo-
sia are 33 holders of doctor of phil-
osophy and doctor of science de-
grees. These are not counted in i
the general enrollment. The group
represents 23 institutions, 20 of
them in the United States, 2 in
Canada, and 1 in Holland.

Will Attempt Flight to Constantinople

Duce Brands Criticism of Young
Fascism as Defamatory;
Hits Hostility.
ROME, July 15.-(I)-Premier
Mussolini and the Fascist director-
ate today denounced the pope's re-
cent encyclical on young Fascism
as a collection of "lies."
The vatican and Masonry have
combined in "common hostility to-
ward the Fascist state," they charg-
ed, and to "defame" Balilla, a Fas-
cist organization of boys.
In a statement, the directorate
announced that the membership
of the Fascist party, 873,000 adults
and 642,000 youths, would mobilize
shortly on the Piave battlefields of
northern Italy to demonstrate that
Fascism is a military unit "that
has achieved a revolution and has
the imperative duty of defending it
against whosoever."
"The directorate of the party
protests against the lies," the state-
ment said, "and denounces the af-
firmations in the foreign note of
vatican origin against Balilla, the
strong pride and future of the Fas-
cist regime. It declares that no one
should be allowed to defame the
great organization."
The pope's criticism of the Fas-
cist oath came in for strong ob-
j ection.
"Black shirts have demonstrated
that they know how to renounce
bread, career and even life," said
the statement, "when it is neces-
sary for the country and for Fas-
cist revolution. The Fascist party
spurns, therefore, the grave at-
tempts by which it is sought to
deprecate its faith, already proved
by sacrifices.
RAGGEDY ANN
BEAUTY SHOP

Second Dancing Class
Offered for Women
Last night concluded the first se-
ries of social dancing lessons for
beginners which are being offered
by the dean of women's office. The
second course of beginner's classes
will open Monday night on the sec-
ond floor of Barbour gymnasium.
Mosher-Jordan Halls
Will Give Tea Today
Mosher-Jordan halls will hold a
tea from 4 to 5:30 o'clock this af-
ternoon for all University faculty
members and students. Mrs. Mary
Buffington, director of the dormi-
tory, has announced that there will
be dancing from 4:30 to 5:30.
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G NLASSIFi: I
BOARD-First class, by the week,
$5.50 for 3 meals per day; $4.75
for two meals. Slightly higher
rates by the single meal. One
half block from the Campus at
213 South Thayer. Phone 5156.
WANTED -Student laundry. Al
work guaranteed. Reasonable
prices. Socks darned and buttons
replaced free. Will call for and
deliver. Call 23365.
14, 15, 16, 17, 18, 19
WANTED-Person to drive to Buf-
falo July 24. References exchang-
ed. Miss Frances Bacharach,
1029 Vaughn, 6641.
SITUATION W A N T E D-Experi-
enced man wants job as porter
in a fraternity house. Address
Box 183 care Michigan Daily.
15, 17, 19

John Polando (left), of Lynn, Mass., and Russell N. Boardman, of
Boston, will attempt to fly across the Atlantic in their cabin mono-
plane, "Cape Cod," on the way to Constantinople. They are shown
at Floyd Bennett airport, New York, where they are awaiting favor-
able weather for the hop.

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Amdzin9
Offer Ends
Soon

ENGINEERING TERM sports Voman
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Important ~
"Little"
Things
at
Low
Prices

WANT ADS PAY

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iJL 1 JIILVV IILUIIV
Seventy Teachers Representing;
47 Technical Institutions
Attend Session.
With a record attendance of more
than 70 teachers, representing 47,
technical schools in 25 different
states, the summer school for en-
gineering teachers, which has been,
in session since June 23, was
brought to a close recently.
The anual summer session is an
enterprise growing out of the gen-
eral investigation of engineering'
education from 1924 to 1929 inclu-
sive. Summer sessions in 1931 were'
held at the University of Michigan
on chemical engineering and at the
University of Minnesota an mathe-
matics. Prof. A. H. White, head of
the department of chemical en-
gineering of the University, was lo-
cal director of the session, and
Prof. W. L. McCabe, of the same
department, was secretary. Harry
P. Hammond, director of the sum-
mer session for the S.P.E.E., was in
general charge.
During their three weeks' stay in
the city, the teachers of engineer-
ing in attendance at the summer
session have been housed in Jordan
hall.
All-day sessions, at which lectures
were delivered by some of the most
prominent men in the chemical en-
gineering field, were held

Starting next Tuesday, beginners'
classes in archery and golf will be
given for two weeks. The classes
will meet at 7:15 o'clock on Tues-
day and Thursday nights.
These classes are designed as an
introduction to the technique and
etiquette of the sports as well as an
hour of recreation.
All interested register at Barbour
gymnasium. No fees are charged.
The second swimming party for
woman students will be given from
5 until 7 o'clock next Friday at a
nearby lake. There is a fee of fifty
cents to cover the cost of trans-
portation, supper, and dressing-
rooms.

Given Away
Because they are
Discontinued Models
We made arrangements with
Parker to give one of these gold
crowned Pencils free with every
purchase of a latest style Parker
Penat$3.50,$5,$7 andupto $10.
Every Pencil a beauty-brand
new, mechanically perfect and
with colorful non-breakable Per-
manite barrel. Never before-
never again a chance like this.
Come in at once.
S LATER'SInc.
TWO STORES
South State Street
East University Avenue

Shampoo.... .
(soft water)
Finger Wave .
Dial 7561 1115 South Un

50c
75c
iversity

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STEPPINGI NTO A M EODERN W ORL.D,

COLLEGE BEAUTY SHOPPE
te ofler
Shampoo and Finger Wave . $1.00
Shampoo and Marcel ..$1.00
Manicure.. . .SO
By expert operators
Open Every Evening Phone 22813

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Washable
Doeskin
Gloves
Gloves are indispens-
able to the costume
for Summer, 1931.
These are of washable
doeskin in eggshell ...
four button length,
Sheer
Chif ion

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Now they manufacture weather
for telephone testing.

A test illustrating work in the Bell Tele-
phone Laboratories is made with the
weatherometer. This device produces
rain aid sunshine to order, and deter-
mines the weather-resisting properties
of telephone equipment.
This test indicates an interesting habit
of the men engaged in telephone re-
search. It is to get sure knowledge

bearing on efficiency, economy, life and
reliability of apparatus.
Information is sought continuously
during the development of a design,
in advance of manufacture and of
course long before the equipment gets
into use.
Men who delight in thoroughness of
method find that the opportunity is there.

Stockings
$1
All the lovely, subtle
shades that are just
right forswear with
white, pastels, brown.
or navy. Sheer, clear
chiffon with small ,
heels and picot tops.
Goodyear's
College Shop
North University Avenue

BELL SYSTEM

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