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W. W. Magee,
mn leader of Bennington, Neb.,
hias been appointed the new.
er of the federal reserve
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Than 125 Persons to Take
Part in Production of,
ha is and That.'
e than 125 persons will have
in "This and That," the mus-
vue which will be the firstt
tation of the newly organiz-
n Arbor Players' league. The
tion will be given Tuesday
g, June 2, at the Whitney
e, it was announced yester-'
'ge J. Burke, attorney, and
rn E. Brown, Jr., will be mas-
f ceremony. The ".evue will
ided into two acts and will
n 21 dance numbe s and 16
The cast, it was stated, isk
made up of residents of Annl
and Ypsilanti, and an at-
will be made to keep the.
of the production centered
local scene.r
Hoyer, noted musical comedyc
e, and E. Mortimer Shuter,
ly director of Mies, willt
charge of the directing ofX
and That." Shuter has pro-x
12 Union opera.s, the last1

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CINA AS MARKE T
FOR WEAFLOURi

Four Students Win
Red Apple Awards
Harold O. Warren, jr., '31, S.'
Cadwell Swanson, '31, Fredric
Peabody, '31, and Lyle M. Kinney,
'31, were, given the traditional
red apple award on Wednesday
morning by Professor John L.
Brumm,tof the Journalism de-
partment.
Each man was given a rosy red
apple. The prizes were given to
those turning in the best copy for
advertising umbrellas to college
men.

Marler Investigates Possib
of Increased Trading as,
Basis for Loans.

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Today's Radio Programs
(Eastern Standard Time)

BUYING POWER REDUCED
Majority of Country's Imports
Come From Australia at
Lower Prices.

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WASHINGTON, May 20. - ( P) - UVILfl I U U1U I XJI.L
China, the country to which every
producer of surplus goods looks for
a potential market, apparently is 8 NIE STq
offering no outlet for North Amer-
ican wheat. International Conclave Awaits
Herbert H. Marler, the Canadian : r. .
minister to Japan, says China offers, Declaration of Soviet
no market at present for either Russia's Status.
Canadian or American wheat. Mar--
ler was dispatched to China to in- LONDON, May 20.-(IP)-Present-
vestigate trade possibilities when ed with a United States recommen-
rumors first developed that other dation to solve the world's wheat
nations of the world, principally the I
United States and Great Britain, problem by drastic reduction "at
might make a monetary loan to the source" the international con-
China to rehabilitate her financial, ference tonight centered its atten-
structure. tion dn the declaration of Soviet
Exchange Rate Detracts. Russia's position which is expected
There has been a rapid decay in tomr 'os
China's purchasing power due to orrow.
the fall of silver. China is on a The American plan, which in-
silver standard, and the rate of eludes also a promise that the fed--
exchange operates against her. eral farm board would market its
A case in point is said to be the holdings in an orderly manner and
fact that a 50-pound bag of flour not dump them on flooded markets,
laid down at Shanghai for 88 cents was introduced by Samuel R. Mc-
costs the Chinese $3.52 under the Kelvie, farm board member.
exchange rate. McKelvie stood before the experts
In the meantime, China has be- more than an hour as he detailed
come a large buyer of wheat flour the board's experiences with the
and may be a future' valuable field over-produced crop.
-but at present the wheat she pur- McKelvie threaded his way me-
chases comes from Australia which, ticulously through financial, agri-
owing to a break in exchange, is cultural, economic and transporta-
obtainble F at $4 a short ton under tneproblems, to which he added a
Some Flour Shipped. try horse-sense."

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Having only shortly returned
from the British trade lair in South
America, the Prince of Wales, will
be heard in this country on a
broadcast origi-
nating in London.
The prince, an
advocate of ad-
vanced methods
of selling and ad- ~
vertising, is ex-
pected to give a
warning to busi-
ness men of his
nation to change
their methods of
selling if they are
to c om p et e m
world markets.
The prirnc e 's% ,, Of WALEsg
speech is part of
the banquet that
is to take place in Dorchester House,
London. This program may be
heard today over the Columbia
chain through Stations WXYZ,
WFBL, and WABC at 3:20 o'clock.
Opening a summer's engagement
in Brooklyn, Will Osborne and his
orchestra will be heard from there
at 10:30 o'clock tonight over Sta-
tions WLBW, WFBL, and WABC.
Will Osborne is one of the first or-
chestra leaders to have introduced
the slow rhythm for dancing to
radio audiences. And in this pro-
gram will play some of the first
of the slow pieces.
"Where Did You Get That Hat?"
and "When I was a Dandy and You
Were a Belle" will be sung .by the
melody team, Julia Sanderson and
Frank Crumit tonight at 8 o'clock
over Stations KDKA, WHAM, and
WJ Z. A guitar ensemble by Jack
Shilkret will also be heard on the
program.
Featuring a medley of hit num- ,

bers from the musical comedy
"Hold Everything," Gus Haenschen Will C
and his orchestra and the Men- Witi
About-Tn ptrio will come before
the microphone tonight on the
Peters Parade program at 9:45 over thDrlmi.ntok.IeePes
th olumbia netwok Iene Beas-
ley, whose vocal offerings are a reg- political
ular feature in the Parade, will sing talk this
"I'm Crazy About My Baby," and in room
"Let's Get Friendly." "Would You on "Hert
Like to Take a Walk?" will be the i
trio highlight. stration
speak u
3:20-PRINCE OF WALES-WXYZ, WFBL, open for
WABC . dent Ch
4:55-Baseball scores-WnJR I Dr. Cu
5:00---Peter Van Steeden and his orchestra-- I Americal
WJZ, WREN
5:15-Tom Neely's' saxophone quartet-WJZ analyst
Roy Welch and his Fulton Royal or- student(
chestra-WXYZ, WFBL, WLBW
6:00-MORTON DOWNEY with Nat Brusiloff's lyze and
orchestra-WABC, WFBL, WLBW governm
6:15-Cunjard Weekend at Sea-WABC
6:35-Final baseball scores-WJR Dr. Cu
7:00-PEGGY WOOD with Rudy Vallee - dent Ho
WWJ, WTAM1, WGY
DIXIE SPIRITUAL SINGERS--WJR, gress ov
WREN, KDKA and the
7:15-New World syrnphony-WABC, WLB ar the
WBcM pare the
7:30--ROBERT SIMMONS, tenor, with Nat that of
ShilIkret-WJR, WREN,~ KDKAprsn
7:45-Schust Modernes-WJR. present
S:00-JAMES GADSDEN, reincarnated guest presiden
of honor-WWJ, WTAM, WGY
Frank Crumit and Julia Sanderson-
KDKA, WHAM, WJZ
5:30--JACK FROST Melody Moments-WWJ,
WTAM, WGY
9:00-B. A. ROLFE and his dance orchestra W
-WWJ, WEAF, WGY
9:30-PRESIDENT HOOVER, Red cross anni-
versary-WJR, WXYZ, WLW
10:30--WiIOsborne and his orchestra--
WABC, WLBW, WFBL
Cab Calloway and his orchestra-WGY,
WEAF
11:15-Herbie Muntz's orchestra -WENR,
WREN, KDKA
11:30-Witching Hour-WKRCAN
Motorcycle Doubles
for Sirens on Radio I R094
CHICAGO, May 20.--NBC studios
here have discovered how to "make Swe
a noise like a fire department."
A motorcycle policeman sent his
machine ro ring around the roof
of the building in which the studio -
occupies the top floor, while sundry1
bells and sirens were operated.
The effect, it is said, was so real-
istic that firemen at a nearby sta- Phon
tion dashed indoors and looked at
the automatic chart to find out
what companies were being called.,

MICHICAN DAIEY

)utline Present TrouL
h Congress; to Discuss
Presidential Race:
aul M. Cuncannon, of
science department, 1
' afternoon at 4:15 o'cl
D, Alumni Memorial Y-
bert Hoover and His Adm
. Dr. Cuncannon i
nder the auspices of
rum committee of the S
ristian association.
uncannon is a specialist
n government and is
of practical politics. A:
of personality, he will ai
I explain Hoover's stand
ent policies.
ncannon will discuss Pre
over's difficulties with cc
er the soldier's bonus 1
tariff laws. He will co
Democrats' strength w
the Republicans' and N
the prospects of the 1!
tial election.
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Some flour was shipped to China
rom the American north Pacific
oast in the early part of last year,
but Sam R. McKelvie, grain mem-
ber of the farm board, discounts
he possibility of future early ex-
port to the Orient.
To the American farmer there
,nay be some solace in Australia'sr
upplying the Chinese demand.
rheoretically, it would take Aus-
ralia wheat out of the European
ports, adt leave that much more
oom for American wheat if world
prices rose sufficiently high to war-
rant a return to the export column
-or if the domestic price sank to
n export parity with other surplus-
Iroducing countries.

Scientist Forecasts
All-NightMoonlight
Sir James Jeans Expects Moon
to Break Into Fragments.

Tau Beta Pi Initiates
.Graduate Engineers
Prof. Chester 0. Wisler of the
civil engineering department and,
Paul A. Smith, grad.; were induct-
ed into the Michigan chapter of
Tau Beta Pi, honorary engineering
society at special initiation cere-
monies held last Wednesday.
They were elected into the so-
ciety because of their excellent
work in their various fields since
their graduation.
Smith has been active on the
United States Coast and Geodidic
survey, and Prof. Wisler is ap out-
standing hydraulic engineer. Smith
graduated from the University in
1924.

Clip ths for Future
Number -9Reference
"The Moving Number"

versity Flower
Shop, Inc.
e 6030 229 S. Stat
We Deliver

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20.-(IP)-At fib-
nd following ar-
y on a charge of
traction and mis-
00,000 from the
State bank, of
s president, Rob-
y awaited exam-
bank was taken
s Wayne County
and since that
JcCrea, assistant
ey, has been busy
tigation of the

nine of which contained dance
routine directed by Hoyer. , The lat-
ter has appeared in a number of
successful musical comedies, hav-
ing danced with Dorothy Stone and
Jeanette MacDonald.
All costumes and part of the
scenery will be designed and exe-
cuted by Lester, limited, of Chicago,
which furnished properties for
many of the Union operas.
COMMENCEMENT IS
ORIGINATED AS
Program Changed Often; Had
Orations, Poem, Dinner
at' One Time.
When the class of 1931 celebrates
Commencement week beginning
June 22, it will be the fifty-seventh
celebration f that event. The tra-
d i t i o n a 1 Commencement - week
events date back to 1874, when the
program was changed from the us-
ual class day exercises.
Class day was introduced by the
class. of 1862. It was not a grand
affair, however, ,until 1865 when
the senior class held its exercises'
in 'the Presbyterian church here.C
At this program, each of the 11
members of the class gave a gradu-
ating speech. Commencement ex-
ercises would have to be begun a
year in advance, if this custom still
held sway.
The program was again changed
in 1869 when the presentation ex-
ercises, oration, and poem werel

. night
t state
sed to

Excavators at Anzio, a seashore¬į
town on the Italian court, south
of Rome, have unearthed a luxuri-
ous sea villa belonging to Nero, the
emperor who is said to have fiddled£
while Rome burned.r
57 YEARS OLD;
S CLASS DAY IN 1862
given at the church, and the his-
tory and prophecy were given out-
of-doors.
The Commenceient dinner was
a new feature to the class of 1867.
The speakers at that time were
chosen from the graduating class
by the faculty, and there was only
one session to the Commencement
exercises.
Many new features were added
by the class of 1870. The class his-
tory was a detail of exploits, and,
from then on, the faculty decided
to discontinue their connections
with it. At this program, a leather
medal was presented to the home-
liest man, and his closest rival
made a speech. This class was the
last to be presented on Class day.
Prizes given to the biggest eater,
the best orator, the best-whiskered
man, the best penman, and the best
ponyist was the contribution made
by the class of 1871. This class,
however, discontinued the custo-
mary Senior hop.
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LONDON, May 20.-(YP)-A lovers'
millennium, a distant day when
there will be full moonlight through
all the hours of every night, is de-
scribed by Sir James Jeans, English
scientist.
He said the rings surrounding
Saturn had been proven to consist
of millions of tiny moons, believed
to be broken fragments of what was
originally one full-sized moon.
"In the far future," he said, "our
own moon must inevitably be
drawn in closer and closer to the
earth until finally it comes too
near for safety and must meet the
,same fate. After that our earth
will have a frill of rings like Sa.-
turn.
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New York Stock Exchange,
Detroit Stock Exchange
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Like an oasis in the dusty desert of dried
tobacco, the new Camel Humidor Pack
brings you the delight of fine quality
cigarettes in factory-fresh, mild con-
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Now, wherever you go, you can always
be sure of gettinig a fresh, throat-easy
cigarette when you demand Camels.
It's easy to tell the difference. Your
sense of touch detects it as you roll a
cigarette between your fingers. Dry to-
bacco is stiff and crumbly. Camels are
full bodied and pliant.
Even your ear can tell the difference.
For a dried-out cigarette crackles when
you roll it.
But the real test is taste and taste is
causing a great nation-wide switch of

men and women alike to Camels in the
scientific new Humidor Pack. As you
draw in that fragrant, mild, cool smoke,
redolent with the joy of choicest Turk-
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then do you realize the full iiportance
of this new Humidor Pack.
For scorcled or dried tobacco is brasju
and tasteless and its smoke is unkindly
hot to the tongue and throat.
If you are already a Camel smoker
you have noticed the improvement in
this your favorite cigarette.
If you don't smoke Camels, try them
for just one day to see how much you're
missing. After you've known the mild-
ness and delight of a really fresh- ciga.-
rette, switch back if you can.

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Investment
Securities
Accounts Carried
for Clients,

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