THE SUMMER MICHIGAN DA
BOOKS OF THEI
aapsody: A Dream Novel. by f[lesser writers.
ur Schnitzler. New York: Simon The story is of only a day or so in
the lives of a young doctor, Froiin,
buster. 1927. $1.50. and his wife, Albertina. As the story
hile fully comprehending that the 'opens they are telling each other of
c s ould be moderate both in their temtpations to infidelity to none
e and dispraise, not only do I call of which either has yet succumbed.
Schnitzler's latest book, "Rhap-, The doctor is called to an old man's.
," the best of the quartette so far deathbed, and, afterwards, feeling
shed in this country, but I must strangely "phantomlike" and disinclin-
he whole way and call it the fin- ed to go home, innocently steps forth
ong short-story it has ever been on an evening's adventure which is
good fortune to read, because the fantastically and splendidly conceived,
rial of the story, unlike that of both psychologically and descriptively,
a Cather's "My Mortal Enemy," in to test his faithfulness to Albertina.
h too much was left out, and the Arriving thome a little before dawn,
of writing are best suited to this Fridolin's wife tells him of a very real-
id form. And I say this after istic dream in which she was unfaith-
rook has been out of mind for sev- ful to him.
months, so it is a judgment which I will not divulge the amazing ad-
i never later blame on rashness. ventures of Fridolin and Albertina,
thur Schnitzler is a master of the nor will I try to decide which. was
pique of the. long short-story, and dream and which real, for the rehader
interior-psychological" method'of will want to find out and de'ide for
acterization (to borrow a good himself. The book is most fascinating,
se) is also well-night flawless, so I and there is a deal more in it than can
form does not overbalance matter, be gotten from one reading.
so often and sadly'the case with _-1 W. I.
WA GIRLS LEARN HOMEMAKING
IN MODERN COLLEGE CURRICULUM
(By Associated Press)
Miss Fisher said id. PALEOLITHIC SITE
Model homes, including children, F
are maintained at Ames, she said, FOUND IT POLAND
where students receive practical (y AssociatedPress)
perience. In addition to household Poland.-Traces of the
maxxagement, the two major subjects ! uCKfa rhsorcstleeto
are "food and nutrition" and "the suite of a prehistoric settlement of
economics of clothing." the early paleolithic era, estimated!
Engineering and home economics ' t.o be 4,000 years old, have been dis-'
departments correlate their research covered by Professor Joseph Wos- 1
work. In this way more efficient ap- trzewski of Posen, near the Bay of
pliances for the home have been de- Puck on the Baltic sea shore.
veloped. The site is on the estate of Count
Belov, last German Ambassodor to.
DISSENSION WILL END St. Petersburg and the former estate!
AM T E RELIGIONS," TIof ing John Sobieski of Poland.
AM ONG THREE RLGO S The professor excavated three hu-!
man skeletons in a sitting position.
(By Associated Press). h Very distinct traces of two human
CONSTANTINOPLE, Turkey.-The dwellings were indicated by a great!
Cross of Christianity and Jewish star abundance of bones of domestical
may soon dwell in harmony with the animals, fish, stone tools, vessels and
Crescent in Turkey as emblems of trimmings. The professor is con-
great world religions of the present tinuing his excavations and all ob-
governent has its way. jects found by him will be located in
The people of Turkey may have the museum of Posen.,
any religion they wish, according to
Dr. Tevfik 'Ruchdi bey, Turkey's
Foreign Minister and spokesman for CLASSIFIED ADS.
President Mustapha Kemal Pasha. Attention Students! f
But religion, he adds, must not hamp, Typing, neatly and accurately done -
er' the state. at ten c nts a page. Dial 8001. 1424
Dr. Ruchdi pointed out that the Washington Heights. 35!
NEW YORK ;Skipper Thomas WESTHAMPTON BEAC]
Howell, of the Red Star Liner Bel. Robert Gair, known as fat
genland, has been 46 years at sea and paper bag and paper contai
will retire when his vessel completes try, is dead here at 88.
its present trip to Antwerp. READ T HE WANT
S Huron and Division Streets
Merle 11. Anderson, Minister
0:30--Church Bible School.
Division and Catherine
Sei'eith Sunday After
July 24, 1927
Rev. Henry Lewis, ]
Rev. Thanas L. Harris,
10:15-Rev. John T.
Dearborn, M i c h i
5:30--Social hour and
g a n, will
8:00 A. M.--Holy Commu
1.: oO A. M.-Holy Commu:
sermon by Rev. Thon
4 to 6 P. M.--Musicale at
During August the Inusi(
under the direction of Rey
Schenk, assisted- by vested
i vo ces.
FIRST CHURCH OF
EW YORK.-Home-makers must'
to science if they are to maintain
sort of homes that have for gene-
>ns been the ideal of American1
lies, believes Miss Genevieve
er, recently appointed dean of
division of home economics at
i. State University, Ames, Ia. She
ow at Columbia University work-!
for a master's degree.
'he servant class has disappeared
merica. Today's housewife must;
a single-handed battle. If she
o make the sort of home her
dmother made with the aid of!
or three servants, or 'hired girls,'
must be a model of efficiency,"
he old haphazard, mother-to-
-hter instruction in housekeeping
r no means adequate for girls of
n the Middle West, where home-
ing has become a sort of religlon,
parents are generally realizing the
necessity ,of giving their daughters
technical training in household, man-
agement. As they'send their sons to
college to study agriculture of engi-
neering, so they send their daguhters
to college to study home economics."
life led by the thousands of., apart-
Miss Fisher believes the cramped
ment hotel dwellers in New York is
far from the ideal of the Middle West.
"A large percentage ofA girls who
study home economics at Iowa State
marry within three or four years
after graduation," she said. They
learn to maintain the hest type of
homes and still have time to raise
children and lead a life that is not
made ugly by drudgery."
Iowa State was a pioneer in estab-
lishing a , home economics depart-
ment in 1871. lIt has grown to be the
largest sch'dol of its sort in America,
government already had, done away
with most of the Mohammedan priests
in Turkey and that there are too
many mosques where few devotees are
PITTSBURGH-Richard Purcell, 36-
year-old carpenter, wagered 50 cents
he; could do a "Steve Brodie" from
Glenwood bridge, 125 feet above the
Monongahela river. He leaped and
was injured fatally, although twice
before he had successfully made the
LOST-Green gold wrist watch, Tues-
day evening. Initials "N. K." Gold
wrist band. Reward. Dial 2-2209,
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LOST-If the person who appropriated
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10:30 A. M.-Regular morning ser-
vice, subject "Spirit."
11:45 A. M.-Sunday school follow-
ing the morning service.
7:45-Wednesday evening testi-
The Re ding room, 10 and 11
State Savings Bank building, is
open daily from 12 to 5 o'clock,
except Sundays and legal holidays.
Cor. State and Washin
Arthur W. Stalker, D.D., ,
Patley C. Bingham, Asso
Minister and 'Student Dir
Margaret Stair, Student J
10:30 A. M.-Public Worsh
mon ,"Who Knowetl
12:00-Student Bible Class
6:00 P. M1.--Devitional Mee
students at Wesley 1-Ia
Margaret Stair, leader
AM driving to North Central
August 20. Have room for
people. Phone 6195.
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UNE DAYS ... Youth steps on the gas. A round of
golf. . . sailing, with rails awash . . . tennis . . . a
dip in the surf ... a spin down the roa1 at twilight .. .
June nights . . . white flannels. . . a dance at the
country club., A riotiof music. . . white hot. The girl
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