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licly owned hospitals," Dr. Parnall'
said. "These centerĀ§ should be oper-
ated on reasonable terms to every
citizen.
"Every provision for the education
of the public in health protection, to-
gether with all facilities for the treat-
ment of diseases should be available.
The private physician should be en-
couraged to bring his patients to the
center and should be given every
opportunity to keep abreast of modern
developments in medicine.
"A staff of skilled physicians should
be paid from the public treasury,
emoluments commensurate with their
professional abilities. They should not
engage in private practice," he said.
Reviews Health Insurance
In the first part of the lecture Dr.
Parnall reviewed the plans forhealth
insurance, which other countries have
adopted, and while he did not favor
health insurance of the proposed types,
he made it clear that he did favor some
sort of substitute, which he believed
could be found in community medicine.

WAYNE--- C. SYTE
Fourfold Plan Being Developed to Im-
prove Schools, Secretary Ex-
plains to, Audience
EDUCATION EQUALITY DOES
NOT EXIST, HE DECLARES

Three or four extension schools will
be in operation next year.
Discussing the need of a larger unit"
for school tax levies, Mr. Arbaugh
said: "The unit should be the state or
nation if we are to have equal educa-
tional opportunity. Under the present

system, the levy ranges from $21 to $12
on each $1,000 in the different town-
ships of the county."
Statistics Given
Numerous statistics on the Wayne
county schools were given. There are
136 separate and independent school

Mail Orders Phone Orders
Promptly Filled Promptly Filled
Established 1857

systems in the county. Detroit, nas r5,
and the remaining 111 are located in
small towns and rural districts. Pupils
enrolled in the county number 135,000,
of which 110,000 attend Detroit schools.
There are 464 members of the boards
of education.

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line with
by a com-
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LITERARY COLLEGE GRADES
ARE NOW BEING MAILED OUT

. Grades of students ,n the literary
college are being mailed out by the
registr'ar's office. Due to the fact that
envelopes for the cards just arrived
from Washington, the students will re-
ceive their marks about three weeks
later than usual. A shipment was
made some time before, but the enve-
VERY lopes could not be used as they were
C not the right size.
kN CIGAR STORE
S AND POCKET BILLIARDS
robaccos. Candies. Soft Drinks, Ice Cream
ONE BLOCK FROM CAMPUS
P & CLEAN UPI
GYDELL BROS.
GRADE PAINTS
RNISHES, LINSEED OIL,
4TINE, WHITE LEAD.
ACCESSORIES

The fourfold plan being developed
by the Wayne county uniform educa-
tional system for elimination of "edu-
cational waste," and for improvement
of the schools of that county, was out-
lined by W. B. Arbaugh, of Detroit,
secretary of the system, in his talk
yesterday afternoon before students of
thd Summer session interested in edu-
cational problems.
The plan consists of a system to pre-
vent loss of pupils who transfer from
one district to another, a closer unity
in .essential features of the course of
study, better institute facilities for,
teachers, and a larger unit for school
tax levies.
Equality Does Not Exist
"Equality in, educational opportunity.
does not exist,'' Mr. Arbaugh asserted.'
"There is a great variance in educa-
tional facilities throughout the coun-
try, and even in one county some
schools are much superior to others.
It has been impossible to brin'g about
uniformity and cooperation among the
schools in Wayne county with so many
separate administrative organizations.
Last D'ecember the Wayne county uni-
form educational system began to
formulate a fourfold plan."
A system of school accounting was
the first phase of the plan developed.
"The population of Detroit is fluid be-
cause of labor conditions," he said.
"Many parents try to get their chil-
dren out of school as soon as possible
in order to put them to work. When
a pupil leaves one district, the teacher
forwards to our office a card with com-
plete data on tle case. If the pupil
enters another school, the new teacher
also sends in 'a card.. The two reports
are checked and the office files cor-
rected. If the pupil does not reenter
school, the attendance officers aresno-
tifled."
Uniformity Sought
The next measure was to secure uni-
formity in courses. Committees were
appointed to outline a standard, of
work in the most important subjects.
It was found that certain branches of
arithmetic were emphasized any time
from the second to the ninth grades.
An extension school of the State
Normal was established at Wayne, to
provide institute facilities during
school months for teachers. Credit is
given toward regular normal work.

This is a sale of extraordinary values.'

Every girl knows that-she can-

not have too many pairs of low shoes in the summer. At this season of the
year a sale of this kind is more than interesting because several months of sum-
mer are left when white shoes are absolutely necessary and then in the fall
dark pumps and oxfords are the thing. All these shoes, including the famous
Dorothy Dodd line are included in this sale, which continues throughout July.
White pumps and five and two eylet ties, made of finely woven reignskin
or Nile cloth with high, sport or military heels, some trimmed with mahogany

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20% Reduction on all Pumps and Oxfords

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leather, formerly priced from $5.50 to $8.50.

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Black pumps, ties and oxfords in satin, dull kid, patent and dull calfskin
with high or low heels, formerly priced from $9 to $12. These shoes are very
good for fall and winter wear, particularly the opera pumps.
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Brown oxfords of cordo-calf with military heel, calfskin sport pumps in
medium brown with imitation wing tip and military heel, an ideal shoe for

walking.

Priced from $9 to $12.50.

We also have included in this sale our line of famous Hood Leisure

shoes with rubber sole and heel and composition leather insole.

These shoes

can be washed and are ideals for outing. They come in pumps and oxfords
and are priced from $2.50 to $4.00. We also have a complete line of tennis
goods with or without heels and all first quality rubber.

"SHOES OF QUALITY"

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Engineers

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MAIN FPOOR

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310 S. STATE ST.

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Big Final Clean Up of Mens

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Goods

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PALM BEACH
SUITS

$25.00
$27.00
$30.00
$32.00,

Suits now....
Suits now....
Suits now....
Suits now. .. .

.$19.75
22.25
24.75
.. 27.25

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)0 go at.
75

KNITTED
UNION SUITS
$2.00 Garments now......$1.79
$3.00 Garments now.....2.29
$3.50 Garments now.....2.69
$4.00 Garments now.... . 2.99
$5.00 Garments now.....3.89
Athletic Union Suits
$2.00 Garments now.....$1.79
$2.50 Garments now. ....2.29
$3.00 Garments now.....2.69

1 & 2-PIECE.
BATHING SUITS
$ 6.00 Suits now...t....$5.29
$ 8.50 Suits now.......7.69
$10.50 Suits now.......9.29
HOSIERY
54c Lisle Socks -
Brown, Black, Blue or White
3 Pairs for.....$1.0O

47 strictly high grade 3-
piece Suits, values up to
$65.00, go at

LOT TWO

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ALL STRAW HATS
AND
I3ANAMAS
ONE - HALF PRICF

$37

75

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Remember Every Suit of Clothes In The Store Is Reduced, Blue Included
0 Suits now $38.50 $50.00 Suits now $41.75 $60.00 Suits now $50.50 l $65.00 Suits now $54.75j $70.00 Suits now $58.50

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