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PAGE FOUR
D A I L Y OFIC IAL BUs LLETI N
Publication in the Bulletin is constructive notice to all mem-
bers of the University. Copy received at the office of the Dean
of the Summer Session until 3:30, excepting Sundays. (11:30 a.
m. Saturday).
VOL. IX SUNDAY. AUGUST 11. 1929 No 42

THE SUMMER MICHI( N DAILY

SUNDAY, AUGUST 11, 1929

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FRENCH PREMIER'S CABINET

STUDENTS VISIT F
JACKSON PRISON ILLINI MOBLLPEN

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To All Students Having Library Books:
1. Students having in their possession books drawn from the
University Library are notified that such books are due Monday, August
12, before the impending examinations.
2. Students who have special needs for certain books between
August 12. and 16 may make application in the Office of the Super-
intendent of Circulation.
3. The names of all students who have not cleared their records
at the Library by Wednesday, August 14, will be sent to the Recorder's
Office, where their credits will be held up until such time as said records
are cleared, in compliance with the regulation of the regents.
F. L. D. Goodrich
Notice to all Candidates in any School or College, Expecting Degrees or
Certificates at the Close of the Summer Session:
All diploma and certificate fees must be paid before the Faculty votes
recommendations for the conferring of such degrees or certificates.
Such fees may be paid at any time and will be refunded if the degree is
not conferred or the certificate voted. Proper blanks are to be filled out
at the office of the school or college in which the candidate is studying
during the Summer Session.
Shirley W. Smith, Secretary of the University I
Examination Schedule:
The examinations to be given at the close of the eight weeks ses-
sion will be conducted on Thursday and Friday, August 15 and 16, in
strict accordance with the following schedule:

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if a man has shown himself worthy
by good conduct, he is put on piece
work, where he sometimes earns
$1.35 per day. This money is bank-
ed in his name in the prison vault,
or it may be sent to his depen-
dents. When he is freed, he is
given some of the money in casn
and the rest is put in trust with the
first friend he makes.j
Old-Time Discipline
The next place of interest was
the oldest cell block in the prison.1
The flagstone floor was rough andl
full of holes. The cells in triple!

SHOWGEAPRME
Sophomores Will Try for Positions
against Veterans When Practice
Opens in Fall
MANY LETTER MEN BACK
(Special To The Daily)
CHAMPAIGN, Ill., August 10 -
A promising group of sophomores
will contend with a large squad of
veterans for positions on the Uni-
versity of Illinois football team.
The 1928 freshmen developed no
second Granges or anything that.

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The new French Premier, shown at the right seated at the table,
has the astonishing record of serving on his nineteenth cabinet as
portefolio holder and on his eleventh as prime minister of the Re-
public. Shown grouped about his cabinet which was successful in
obtaining the ratification of the War Debt settlement against the
active opposition of Deputy Franklin-Boullion. Briand succeeded to
office with the break-down of Raymond Poincare's health.

s an...a waaes vv or aaanthntat,
tiers had two doors and were the perhaps, but Freshman Coach Voy-
size of the ordinary cell, but they les expects the sophomores to of-
were dark and lighted almost en- fer a good center, strong reserve
tirely by electricity. It is in this linemen, two good ends, and a set
unpleasant atmosphere that the of backs. The rfeshmen linemen
men who absolutely refuse to be- are big and strong, and the backs
have are sent for a taste of real are fairly fast and shifty.
disciplinary treatment and rigid Center may be filled by Eddie Ka-
prison regime. Incidentally, the wal, 190 young youngster from Cic-
long term man is always put ero. Kawal was named on a na-
on the sunny side of the cell block. tional honorary basketball team at
In one of the cells was a Pennsyl- Morton high. Bulpitt, Pease, and
vania pennant and in another, was McEuen are other sophomore cen-
a full-page rotogravure picture of ters.
Theodore Roosevelt. New backs are faced with the
The chapel which can seat 500 task of beating out such stars as
people but which is usually at- I Timm, Walker, Mills, Peters, Hum-
tended by about 350 of the inmates, bert, Hall and Frank Lanum of the
was the last room visited by the 1926 eleven who is rated one of
excursionists. Here against a silver the best defensive backs Illinois
screen background, Mr. McClain, has and is an excellent kicker and
the chaplain, spoke a few minutes ! passer. Joe Green, who subbed for
about the character of the inmates. Grange in 1925 may also return.
Mr. McClain believes that it has Art Schultz, another of the fa-
been alcohol and drugs that have mous Schultz clan, is a hard hit-
overcome the sense of fear, of re- ting fullback. Ernie Useman is
serve, that is inherent in nearly' almost as fast as Timm on the
every person, and made them indif- track and Clark Root, small but

Hour of
Recitation
Time of
Examination
Hour of
Recitation

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8

9

Thursday
8-10

Friday
8-10

10
Thursday
2-4

11
Friday
2-4

1

2

Time of Thursday
Examination 4-6
This schedule may be
the Summer Session.

Thursday
10-12
found on page

All other
3 hours
Friday riday
2 0-12 4-6
29 of the Anneunc ment of

Toledo To Be Stage For A. A. A.
All Champions Automobile Race
(Special to The Daily Deacon Litz, who led this year's
TOLEDO, Ohio, Aug. 10- The Indianapolis race for 148 miles, will
greatest Auto Race Drivers of the have as his mount the car that
country are preparing for the 100 won the 1928 Indianapolis event
mile A. A. A. All Champions Auto and one of the fastest cars in
Race, at Ft. Miami mile track, on America.
Sunday, August 18. Jimmy Gleason will drive the
Seven of the stars have already car in which the late Ray Keech
entered the big event which is ex- was killed,ith car that won this
pected to attract 20,000 race fans year's Indianapolis race and the
to the mile oval. Among those 1926 International. At that time
prominent in racing are: Lou the car was driven by the late
Moore, the "California Whirl wind" Frank Lockhart.
as he is affectionately called by Zeke Meyer, internationally
his fellow pilots. Lou won second known star and winner of many
at Indianapolis in 1928 and was1 speedway events, will pilot a Deus-
in second place in this year's enberg 8; Burt Karnatz will drive
500 until the last two laps, when a Miller front drive; Billy Arnold

Classes will meet regularly on Monday, Tuesday, and Wednesday.
Edward H. Kraus

Psychology 135:

The syllabus containing abstracts of the lectures of the six Euro-
pean psychologists who lectured here in Psychology 135 this summer
is atdhand. It may be secured in room 4128 of the Natural Science
Building.
W. B. Pillsbury I
Educational Talking Pictures;

ferent to responsibility. The il-
luminating statistic), for June
which Mr. McClain produced were.
rather startling. He said that 977,-
000 pounds of navy beans were con-
sumed, 21,732 pounds of white
bread, 10,753 pounds of coffee, 83,-
250 pounds of white flour, 40,309
poundp; of oleomargerine, and
about 20,000 pounds of fresh pork.
Such is part of the menu of the
4,000 prisoners.
Strangely enough, e v e r y o ne
breathed a sigh of relief at the end
of his self-imposed sentence, and
no one seemed to wish to serve any
more time.

energetic, caused the varsity trou-
ble in spring practice. Evans, an
open field runner and good block-
er, is a former all-state star from
Ohio. Don Munch, another pony-
type back, is the quarterback can-
didate from the freshman outfit.
Reserve backs are Ernie Chattin,
forward passer from Kentucky and
Irwin.
The nucleus of lettermen is as
follows:
Two year lettermen: Capt. Crane
and Wietz, guards; Gordon and
Burdick, tackles; Jolley, end; Timm,
Mills,Humbert, Walker, and Pe-
ters, backs..

There will be a demonstration of educational talking pictures on ne broke a supercnarger and was will drive the same car with which
Monday, August 12, at 4 o'clock p. m. in thO Auditorium of the Univer- forced out of the race. he won seventh at Indianapolis
sity High School. On account of the limited capacity of the auditorium Cliff Bergere, the Hollywood mo- this year; Fred Winnai, winner of
admission will be restricted to students of Education. vie stunt man, will drive a Miller 8 four at Indianapolis this year and
George E. Myers front drive. Bergere is the driver Wilbur Shaw, who finished in the
who drove his car under that of same position in the 1927 event as
Credit Coupons: Ray Keech when he was in his well as "Shorty" Cantlon have al-
fatal plunge at Altoona recently. ready entered.
In the College of Literature, Science, and the Arts, and in _ata__pungea__At__narecenty._readyentered
the School of Education, credit for work done during the
Summer Session will be recorded, and credit coupons mailed in strictj
accordance with the blanks on file in these offices. Students should SUMMER STUDENTS
make sure that their election cards and the addresses on their couponsS p
agree with the facts. Secure Your Supplies at
Students in the Colleges of Engineering and Architecture, and of
Pharmacy desiring to be notified of the results of the examinationssspp
should leave addressed and stamped envelopes in their respective 4
registration offices.
Edward H. Kraus
Graduate Students:
All graduate students who wish their summer grades sent to them 1111 South University Ave. 12 Block from Campus
should leave stamped, addressed envelopes in the Office of the Gradu-
ate School, 1014 Angell Hall, before the close of the session.
Ruth A. Rouse, Recorder ;--

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Every Afternoon and Evening
Saunders' Canoe Livery
On the Huron River at the foot of Cedar St.

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