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THURSDAY,- TULT 21, 1930

Th~ UMME MICiuANDAIL THUSDAYJUL...,193

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DAILI OFFICIAL BULLE TIN
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. X. THURSDAY, JULY 31, 1930 NUMBER 27

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Women Students: All women students are invited to a reception for
faculty women in the garden of the League at 4:00 today.
Isabelle Rayen. j
Put-in-Bay Excursion: Party will leave the east entrance of the
Natural Science Building by motor bus at 7 a.m. and arrive at the dock
of the steamer "Put-in-Bay" at the foot of First Street, Detroit, at 8:45.1
Steamer sails at 9 and arrives in Put-in-Bay at 12:45. Returning steamer
sails at 4 and arrives in Detroit at 8 p.m. Motor busses wait at dock and
party should reach Ann Arbor at 9:45 p.m. Round trip fare: motor bus
$1.50, and steamer $1.00. Both tickets on sale now in Room 9, University
Hall (Summer Session Office.) Those who wish may join the party on
the steamer. Excursion is compulsory for members of Geology 31s.
William H. Hobbs.
Observatory Nights: Tickets for Visitors' Nights at the Observatory,
August 4, 5, 6, may be obtained in the office of the Summer Session from
9 a. m. to 12 a. m. and 2 p.m. to 5 p.m. These tickets are intend-
ed for students of the Summer Session who will present their Treasurer's
receipts when applying for them. Students desiring to avail themselves
of this opportunity to visit the Observatory should apply for tickets at
Once for supply is limited, Edward H. Kraus.
Faculty, School of Education: There will be a staff luncheon and
faculty meeting of the School of Education on Monday, August 4, at
12:05 o'clock sharp in the Michigan League Building. All members of
the Summer School faculty are expected to attend.
C. O. Davis, Secretary.
Liberal Discussion Group: The Liberal Discussion Group will be
addressed by E. D. Grizzell, Professor of Secondary Education in the
University of Pennsylvania. His subject will be "The Soviet and Fascist
Education Programs." The meeting will be held this evening, July 31,
at 7:15 p. m. on the third floor of the Michigan Union. All interested areI
cordially invited. John M Brumm

Screen Reflections
NO
At the Majestic theatre: "Is Every-
body Happy?" with Ted Lewis, Ann
Pennington, and Alice Day. Closes
Friday. Also James and Lucille
Gleason in "Don't Believe It";
Smith and Dale in "At the Gate";
and Lewis Spitalni and his Penn-
sylvanians.
"Is Everybody Happy?" current
attraction at the Majestic, is very
dull.
Our more outstanding objections
are (1) that Mr. Lewis is no actor,
(2) that the indications are he nev-
er will be, and (3) that even if he
were, it wouldn't have done him
any good.
Evidently, in making the picture,
Mr. Lewis realized that he was not
an expert with the traditional
tricks of the Thespian art, and de-
cided to invent some of his own.
And they are really not bad for
first attempts. They include suchl
difficult and interesting things as
falling out of character as soon as
one has finished a line, and lookingI
expectantly at the next speaker as
though to say "Now it's your turn."
Probably Mr. Lewis' best trick is
that of wearing absolutely no ex-
pression, except for a smile when
the lines get too silly. It is safe to
say that this beautifully original
performance proves conclusively
that Ted Lewis is still a good or-
chestra leader.
The producers spared no effort to

The University of Wisconsin has'
recently started a movement which
proposes to do away with spring'
football practice and out-of-sea-
son basketball practice among
Western Conference schools.
* * *
The proposal follows a long
investigation by Wisconsin au-
thorities to the effect that out-
of-season practice almost al-
ways results in some friction
between coaches of the various
departments. Coinflicting claims
upon desirable material is re-E
sponsible for this.
* * *
Glenn Thistlethwaite, head coach
of the Badger football squad has
suggested that fall football prac-
tice begin immediately after Labor
Day if the resolution is adopted.
Which isn't a bad idea at all inas-
much as it would tend to equalize
training among the Big Ten
schools, some of which devote more
time than others to their spring
practice.
* * *
Such a move would unques-
tionably please both coach and
athlete. Frequently, a man who
enjoys two or more sports, is
compelled to disregard one in
favor of out-of-season training
for another.
It is expected that the plan will
meet but little opposition. Once
accepted by the Big Ten it will be
only a question of time until every
important university will follow
suit.
* * *
Aspirations for a successful
season on the gridiron have4
been bolstered at Detroit Tech.
by the return of Roland Bur-
chi,, regular guard of the 1928
outfit, who has returned to
school after a year's absence

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due to sickness.
* * *
What is this thing called "golf"?
The youngsters play it as well--and
frequently better-than the older
folks. Witness the startling per-
formance of Douglas Blom, Flint
high school golfer, who recently
played the Hawthorne Valley Golf
course in 68, three under par.
WEATHER DELAYS
GERMAN FLIERS
(By Associated Press)
KIRKWALL, Orkney Islands,
July 30.-Bad weather today again
delayed Wolfram Mirth and Oscar
Weller, German aviators, in their
flight to iceland, the next step in
an air voyage from Germany to
the United States.
"The air ministry reports a 25-
mile-an-hour wind dead ahead,"
Hirth said, "and we would be fools
to try it."
TYPEWRITING
and
MIMEOGRAPHING
A specialty for
twenty years.

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make Mr. Lewis' first picture what
Profesor A. E. Wood will meet his classes in Sociology 121s and 141s it is. They gave him the best of
Tuesday through Friday next week, July 29 through August 1, instead everything in the way of plots.
of Monday through Thursday. There's a bit of the Show-Must-Go-j
_.___On hokum, the one about the Boy

British Athletic Squad
to Compete at Games
(By Associated Press)
HAMILTON, Ont., July 30.-Eng-
land will spend $40,000 sending its
all-star athletic squad to the Brit-
ish empire games here Aug. 16. to
23. It is expected 1,500 athletes
will take part.
The contestants will include
Breat Britain, South Africa, Aus-
tralia, New Zealand, British Gui-
ana, Newfoundland, Bermuda and
Canada. Empire champions will
compete in track and field sports,
swimming, boxing wrestling, lawn
tennis, and bowls. There also will
be international contests in row-
ing, canoeing and yachting.

Ymmigrant Makes Good, and even
Mines Bureau Engages the well-known conflict between
in Chromite Ore Study the Jazz Age and the Good Old
Days.

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(By Associated Press)
WASHINGTON, July 30. - The
Bureau of Mines is engaged in a
study of methods of utilizing do-
mestic low grade chromite ores.

Some very good work
Lewis orchestra brings the
up to a D.

by the
picture
P. M.

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Prompt service. Experienced operators. white breast, white between the
Moderate rates. eyes, screw tail. Young master
O. D. MORRILL very anxious for his return.
314 South State St. Phone 6615 Notify 1335 Hill St. Reward.
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UNPAIDs
DAILY UBSCRIPTIONS
s
Will Be Stopped
August 2
UNLESS PAID FOR BY
THAT DATE
A LAKE AND RIVER OUTING
Come to Detroit
and treat your family to a grand one-day excursion
on the luxurious Str. Put-In-Bay to
PUT-IN-BAY ISLAND
In Lake Erie. Detroit's popular pleasure park. Free music
and dancing in the ship s big ballroom. Four hours at
Put-In-Bay to enjoy the bathing beach, the new golf course,
and all outdoor sports. Picnic in the grove, dance, explorethe
caves and enjoy the view from the top of Perry's monument.

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The United States is now almost
totally dependent upon foreign
countries for this ore, and in 1929
consumed approximately 315,000
tons, all of which was imported.
With a steadily growing demand,
this country absorbs about 60 per .
cent of the world output.
Uses of chromium, which is de-
rived from the ores, are expanding,
and a dependable supply is said to
be essential to Amercan industries.-

DAILY

2:00--3:30
7:00-9:00

TOM
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BLANCHE
SWEET

IN
The Woman Racket'
Everything you want in an entertainment is in this talking
sensation.

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Drive to Detroit and
enjoy the
DANCING
MOONLIGHTS
Leave Detroit, 8:45 p
Return. 11:.30 p. in.
Wednesday.Thursday.
Saturday. Sunday
and Holidays.

Str. Put-In-Bay leaves foot of First St., Detroit,
daily ax 9 a. m., returning at 8 p. in., except
Fridays, 10:15 p. m. Fare $1.00 round trip,
weekdays; $1.50 Sundays and Holidays. Steamer
runs through to Cedar Point and Sandusky
daily. Lowest rate to. Cleveland via Put-In-Bay
or Cedar Point. Perfect dining room and lunch
counter service.
CEDAR POINT
On Fridays after July 4, a special excursion is
givento Cedar Point. Fare, $1.75round trip; chil-
dren half-fare. A stay of t.ree hours is permitted
to enjoy the great bathi-g beach, boardwalk and
the thousand-and-one attractions
,ft of this Lido of America. On other
days a stay of one hour is allowed.
S r &Write for Folder

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SATURDAY
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