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tive home is a pretty
EAST INDIA WOMEN
Two girlsdfrom EasthIndia, the first
ywomen~ students of that country to
attend the University of Michigan, are
1 to arrive in Ann Arbor at the opening
of the fall session. They are Miss
Lalika Haldar and Miss Probhabati
Dasgupta, both of Calcutta. They
come as a result of winning scholar-
ships provided by the Hon. Levi Bar-
bour of Detroit.
They will enroll in the Graduate
school and will specialize in experi-
mental psychology. Miss Haldar is
working for her. Ph..D. degree, having
received an A.M. at the Calcutta uni-
versity, since then teaching as a pro-
fessor at Bethune university, also in
India. She has already prepared her
thesis which the doctor's degree calls
for. They expect to depart from Bom-
bay on the S. S. Loyalty; which leaves
Aug. 20 bound for London, where they
will re-embtxrk for the United States.
Miss Haldar wrote concerning her
arrival, and after the oriental fashion,
suggested that her transportation be
paid for by the University because it
would take her years to pay back the
loan which she will have to raise if
she has to pay her owr way. Miss
Dasgupta, however, did iwt ask for
travelling expensey, but like i ss
Haldar expressed her gratitude at the
opportunity of studying at this Uni-
PROF. C. 0. DAVIS FINISHES
- WORK ANDI RF3URNS TO \CIfTY
Prof. C. O. Davis of the department
of education, who has been teaching
in the summer school of the Univer-
sit of Chicggo, has finished his work
there and has returned to Ann Arobr.
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Good food -:-'Cool Dining
Small Children 40c
you in equipping
ith one of these
varied and our
HOME RULE SOON.
London, Aug. 13.-Should the report
printed by the Freeman's Journal of
Dublin, that the government has de-
cided to adopt a dominion solution of
the Irish problem prove correct, it
will not caseg"much surprise here.
Wyli's resignation would be the sec-
ond resignation from viceroy's coun-
cil and probably for the same reason
as given by Sir Thomas Stafford, who
resigned early. in the week because,
as he put it, the premier "h.as refused
to take the only step giving a chance
for peace, namely, the, firm, and im-
mediate offer of a dominion form of
The movement in favor of dominion
home rule, with reservations concern-
ing the army and navy and other
questions has grown with astonishing
rapidity in recent months. It is gen-
erally believed to be favored by Prime
WILL OPEN TODAY
All prdparations of 'the form al
opening of the great stadiun at Ant-
werp, where, the serenth Olympiad
will be held, have been made and. it
is expected it will be opened today.
Albert, kink of Belgium, Queen
Elizabeth, their sons, C rdinal Mer-
cier and many other notables will be
in attendance. The American contig-
ent will be lead by Patrick McDon-
ald, the six foot four New York police-
man. Michigan will be represented
by Caurl Johnson, the 1,920 sensational
track captain and Ralph Dunne, '22.
America leads ih the number of
points ,won so far at the games hav-
Jng 57. Her nearest competitor, Nor-
way, has 56, while the third nation
Sweden, has only 39.
ART SHOULD BE CONVERTED
INTO PRACTICAL 'USES1
(Continued from Page 1)
made addtional, sales, architects, car-'
renters, plumbers, masons, have been
employed at work which would never
otherwise resulted, and furnishing
stores have entered more custoiers
on their books.
According to Miss Grattan, the child
who works with his brains only, or
with his hands only, is unbalanced; a
practical course in art, keeping both
hands and brains emiployed helps to
make the child normal. The age old
fmstinct of drawing, which lies in
every person should be developed and
she art of art be inculcated, starting
with the child.
The exhibit itself was unique; mul-
ti-colored posters of Oriental design,
stage-settings, novel embroidery,
house plans, and sketches of interior
decorations adorned the walls. One of
the most popular exhibits was a min-
iature house, with its' garden, lawn,
trees, sidewalks, and little vine-clad
Seasonable Goods for All Seasons.
Electric Fans for Hot Weather Comfort.
Rubber Hose-Large Line of Lawn Mowers-
Garden and Lawn Tools.
Paints and Varnishes-all High Grade.
Electric Lamps and Fixtures
Yale Padlocks--StarretI's Tools and Dobson Molding
Tools for Students'.
Pennsylvania Vacuum Cup Tires and Tubes
M. D. LARNED
TATE TREET HARDWARE
310 S. State'"
COR. SOUTH STATE AND
EAST WASHINGTON STS.
REV. ARTHUR W. STALKER,
10:30 A. M.-Morning Service.
Dr. Ida Kahn, of China, will
12:00 M.-Bible School. Student
6:30 P. M.-Young People's De-
7:30 P. M.-Inion, Service on the
A WELCOME FOR ALL
SCorner Huron and Division
Rev. T. N
C. E. at 6
- LAST SHOWINGS OF
Rev. W. B. Sjiirey, S;
S uperintendent for You
ple's aiad Sunday Scho
speaks at 10:30 A. M.
r. - ..
- in --
I Burns din " Two Dollars, Please"
2:00 - 33
7:00 - 8:30
Cor. State and Huron Sts.'
Rev. Sidney S. Robins, Pastor
Morning Service, 10:30
Subject of the sermon will be:
"The Cheerfulness of ReligWi."
After this Sunday the church
will be closed until the last Sun-
day in September.
IW- TWO DAYS
7:25 a.m.-Holy Communion.
9:30 a.m.-Church School.
10:30 a.m.-Morning Prayer an
Sermon by Rev. Webb.
ill want to see
abel tries to get
ore her younger
J'Ia bel Normand As A
Pirneess of 3Morovenia --
oShe is supposed to be very fat because
th. men there marry only fat women --
See the fun she creates when she makes
an effort to get fat.
TENNESSEE SENATE RATIFIES
SUFFRAGE A.IENDMENT, 254
Nashville, Tenn., Aug. 13. - The
Tennesse senate today ratified woman
suffrage'axmendment by a vote of 25
The vote came after a two hours
debate. Adoption of the resolution
was moved by Senator Haston, floes
leader of the suffragists.
iANDY INFORMATION 'FAR E
ANN ARBOR TRAVELERS
DETROIT UNITED LINES
Ann Arbor and Jackson
(Eastern Standard Time)
Detroit Limited 'and Express Cars--:1Q a.
in. and hourly to 9:10 p. m.
Jackson Express Cars (local stops west of
Ann Arbor)-9:48 a. m. and every two hours
to 9:48 p. m.
Local Cars, East Bound-5:55 a. m., 7:00.
a. m. and every two hours to 9:00 p. m 11:00
p. m. To Ypsilanti only: 11:40 p. m., 12:25
a, m., 1:10 a. m.
To Saline change at Ypsilanti.
Local Cars, West Bound-T:50 a. m. 12:40
a. m. 4
To Jackson and Kalamazoo-Limited cars,
8:48, 10:48 a. m., 12:48, 2:48, 4:48 p. in.
To Jackson and Lansing-Limited car, 8:48
o le Thin!f
Laugh and grolv fat watching
Mabel romp thru "'The Slim
They generally find
LW A survey of this s
The sermon will b
This will be the la
until Sunday morning
what they seek who play the game of
acording to the rules.
subject will be the matter at issue at
rCii t nmirr
E FUNIEST MABEL NORMAND PICTURE YOU EVER SAW!
"A Husband In Haste"
e preached by LLOYD C. DojcLAs.
st service in the C
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