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I= SUMMER MICMuAN DAILY

THURSDAY, AUGUST 7, 1936

TH UME I~i1NDU TUSAY UUTT,13

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ONCENSUS COUNT!ootl./a.'~.ssJ.SP ORl. ]
II The loss of 17 lettermen by Coach
Page of the University of Indiana re
football team makes next yeat's fa

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(COMMUNIST PAPER
JI 'LAUDS REVOLUTION

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Publication in the Bulletin is constructive notice to all members of
the University. Copy received at the office of the Dean of the Sum-
: mar Session until 3:30, excepting Sundays. 11:30 a. m. Saturday.1
VOL. X. THURSDAY, AUGUST 7, 1930 NUMBER 33

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University of Minnesota officials
quested the appearance of the
mous Indiana band at the oLnm

Pravda, Soviet Mouthpiece, Asks
World-Wide Support of

Professor Rupert L. Cortright, chairman of the committee for Ad-
vancement of Speech Training in Secondary Schools, will meet High
1h6ooF teachers and coaches interested in Speech Activities of any kind,
inĀ° room 420 A. H. Thursday afternoon August 7, at three o'clock. All
High School-teachers interested in Speech are cordially invited.
J. M. O'Neill.
UNIVERSITY OF MICHIGAN SUMMER CONCERT BAND
a August 7, 1930, 7:15 p.m. Nicholas D. Falcone, Director)
Star Spangled Banner ... .... .....................Key
Wolverine March .............................Gehring
Overture to Barber of Seville...............Rossini
Selections from Maritana ......................Wallace
Cornet Solo: The Charmer ................. L. F. Boos
William Boos
Adagio from "Farewell Symphony"............ Hayden
M. Men March............................. Falcone
Neapolitan Nights. ........................ Zamecnik
Grand March from Aida ..................... ..:.Verdi
Yellow and the Blue......... ...................Balfe
The Women's League invites all students of the Summer Session tok
ope house in the League Building Friday, August 8, from 9 to 12. Danc-
ng i and Bridge. Isabelle Rayen, Summer President.
Graduate School: Students who expect to receive the master's de-
gree at the close of the present Summer Session should call at the office
of the Graduate School to check their records and make payment of the
ten-dollar diploma fee. Sabina Conrad, Recorder. 1
Detroit Civil Service Examinations for Positions in Social Work: On
August 12 there will be held an examination at the Detroit Civil Service
Commission in Ietroit for positions in case work. Applications to take
that examination should be sent in at least one week previously. I should
be glad to talk with any students who might be interested. I can be
reached in my office daily at ten o'clock. (Signed) A. E. Wood.

prospects appear anything but at Minneapolis, relieving it would Chinese Revolt.
Finished Preliminary Returns bright. Page, however, is consoled add to the box-office receipts. Un-
Now Indicate Increase by the fact that he will have avail- der the present conditions, how- URGES FOREIGN RECALL
of 17,013,253. able a number of reserve men of ever, the band will be unable to
---last year. take the Minnesota trip. (By Associated Press)
ONLY ONE STATE LOSES * * * * * MOSCOW, Aug. 6.-Pravda,
The Indiana Reserves won Captain Pirtle, director of the mouthpiece of the Communist par-
Grand Total Including Outlying the Western Conference "B"' band, has been busy working ty, today sounded -x clarion call to
Possessions Is Placed team championship with five out new and striking maneu- the proletarian massea and Corn-
consecutive victories. Three of vers for the band to use this
at 137,501,561. these five were against Big Ten fall. "We had a fine organiza- I munist parties throughout the
schools, Iowa, Ohio State, and tion last year," he said "and I ! world to support the Chinese rev-
(By Associated Press) Northwestern, am certain that we willturn 1olution.
WASHINGTON, Aug. 6.-The first * * * out another band of nationalIn
complete preliminary census figure The IToosier gridiron schedule reputenthis fall." .an eve fport of the orl the
today showed continental United Iclsfragetda ftaeig________ n neey Sport ofnumbthe2,world,"ontithea
States to number 122,728,873 inhab- s ar Included a otravhelirI TO per said, "there should be estab-
triswilye ar.noureytmonSouther1BILLINGS TO TALK lished committees for enforcing the
Four months after enumerators Mehodist University at Dalas B E F O R E JUSTICES pol*cy of hands off the Chinese rev-
entered the field, Asociated. Press where they will dedicate the new Declaring that two large Ameri-
S.. M staium.can munitions plants and all the
bureaus completed this first coun- s. M. stadium. I ANF AN IS A ug.te 6-S ecre caiaitc c unre w o the world
ty-wide compilation from official SAN FRANCISCO, Aug. 6.-Secret
announcements of supervisors. The The Indiana "Famous Hun- plans to bring Warern K. Billings are supplying the Chinese reaction-
total figure contains an estimate dred" marching band will be before the state supreme court ary generals with munitions and
for one Pennsylvania township, re- included in the Southern Meth- were under way today as the seven money, Pravda urged the workers
turns from which are not complete, odist engagement. They will in all these countries resolutely to
but are calculated by census of- also be present at thegames ajustices prepared to hear the last all shipments of munitions,
ficials at 1,319. with Notre Dame, Purdue and ~witnesses in the convicted bomber's toppayoseh ciereuinr
to carry on the active revolutionary
Outlying possessions add 14,772,- Ohio State. application for a pardon. work amoig the soldiers of their
688, making a grand total of 137,- Chief Justice William A. Waste own countries and to mobilize the
501,561. 1a popul*ton iniraseannounced Billings would be masses against imperialistic inter-
The total population increase of M 1 4i broughtbefore the court for ques- vention in China.
libLL L IIatsand7 Dittioning and said the time of the Pravda also urged recall of for-
Columbia was 17,018,253. Iprisoners appearance would be eign military forces from China.
New York Tops List. kept secret.p"The present Soviet organization in
The percentage of increase over "Billings is a lifer, said Judge China constitutes 'a Red lighthouse
the last census was 16.1 per cent. __Waste. "He will be brought here casting its rays into India, Indo-
in numerical gain were New Yor, tResearch Associate in Business froe Folsom prison to appear be- China, Korea, the Philippine is-
in nmercalgai wee Ne Yok, ! orethe justices, but he will be lands and the entire east tnd in-
with an increase of 2,224,328, and: Administration School Will brought undersabsolute secrecy, spiring thehsuppressed people of
California, with an increase of 2,- Instruct at Tulane. under adequate guard. It is our these colonies to follow the exam-
215,421. gie mr ha aryA ithl, .d12,fr purpose not to divulge the timel ple of the Chinese revolutionaries
Thre e others gained more than a Harry A. Mitchell, B.Ad '26, for f his appearance until he takes in attempting to overthrow the im-
million each: Michigan, 1,149,959; the past year a research associate
Texas, 1,147,g55, and Illinois 1,145,- in the School of Business Adminis- his seat upon the witness stand. perialistic regime
003. tration, has resigned his position
Only one, Montana, showed a de- on the school's staff to accept a NOW 2:00-3:30
crease. professorship at Tulane university,! SHOWING VV 7:00-9:00
California was the fastest-grow- according to an announcement
ing state-a 64.6 per cent gain. made yesterday by Dean Clare E. HARRY FANNIE
Florida was her only close contend- Griffin, dean of the school. GREEN BRICE
er-increasing by 51.4 per cent.. Mitchell will go to the southernGR EB C
Michigan placed third with a university in the fall as professorI
growth of 31.3 per cent. New Jersey of marketing. Since coming to this YEF "
jnext in line, added 26.8 per cent. University in 1929, following a
Pacific States Lead. * three-year's connection with 'the The funniest picture you've ever seen with the queen of comediennes
The Pacific states proved the market research department of talking, singing and dancing her way in a dynamic romance of the
fastest-growing geographical divi- George Harrison Phelps, Inc., ad- night clubs and the prize-ring.
sion, Washington, Oregon and Cali- vertising consuls, Mitchell has been!
fornia averaging a 46.4 per cent in charge of selecting and prepar- I
increase. ing for publication case materiall
The "center of population," my- to be used in training students in
thical balance point, located near the business administration school.
Whitehall, Ind., in 1920, was pulled He received his bachelor of arts IHG
west and south by the west coast degree here in 1925 and his M.B.A.
increment. Just how far, the cen- in 1926.
sus experts have yet to figure. out. His successor has not been'
The census clock, that constantly named, Dean Griffin stated. 1111 Nowl
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Students and Instructors in Education: An appraisal of the Summer
School work in Education will be made in classes today. Will all persons
concerned kindly co-operate. 'C. 0. DavisfSec'y.
Liberal Discussion Group: The meeting will be addressed by Mrs.1
Louis Gomon, of Detroit, a member of the American Civil Liberties
Union, on the topic: "The Real Issues in Detroit Politics," this evening,
7:15 p.m., third floor of the Michigan Union. John M. Brumm.
Women Students who are interested in seeing and hearing morel
about the New Elementary School Unit are invited to meet in the lower
corridor of the University High School at 4:30 today. Dr. Willard C.
Olson will conduct the party through the building. Berniece Backus.
Women's League Tea: The Womeni's League tea which was to have
been held today at 4:00 -has been postponed.
Margaret Marin, Social Chairman.
Excursion No. 8: New Michigan State Prison, Jackson, Michigan,
including inspection of typical cell blocks, the dining rooms, school
facilties,prison industries, etc. The party leaves in special busses Sat-
urday, August 9, at 7:45 a.m., from in front of Angell Hall, returning to
Ann Arbor at 12:15. Approximately one and one-half hours will be spent
at the Prison. Round trip tickets, $1.25, must be secured before Friday,
August 8, 6:00 p.m., in Room 9, University Hall. The numbers which can
be accommodated will be limited. Students providing their own trans-
portation need no tickets. Carlton F. Wells.
RETURNS TO BRADSTREET'S CONTAIN
DpRDIOlM rC' ,VF rnvr~lT 7r1 dnjarrvrT"' lmyn

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FV A 1J I JuEpS OF I PRVIOIIU V LD C UIVTJIONSY clicking electric calculator of the'
country's population, maintained
(Special to The Daily) than in July of last and of two pre- by the census bureau, was proved.
NEW YORK, Aug. 6.-July fail- ceding years. Curiously enough in 'somewhat slow by the first total
ure returns to "Bradstreet's' are view of the heavy reduction in cot- returns. At midnight, April 1 it re-
rather two-sided in that while ton prices and in consumption of corded but 122,186,893.
showing improvement, that is few- this staple during the past year, it By the new totals, 20 states prob-
failresas cmpaed wth mst i inably will lose representatives in'
er failures, as compared with most is interesting to note that the south congress, while ten states wil gain
of the earlier months of this year, alone of the sections reports fewer them. That's another problem for
they, are heavily in excess of all~
July totals of the past. When com- ;failures and smaller liabilities than the experts-reapportionment by
parison with the same month of a year ago. As regards liabilities, the method of major fractions.
last year is made, however, it is this showing seems due to the much
found that while failures are heav- smaller crop of bank failures re-
ily in excess of July, 1929, and of corded this year than last.d -n
the ten year average,, 1920-29, the: Some promise for better condi-
volume of' liabilities was smaller tions is held out. I

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