THE SUMMER. MICMtxAN DAM
FRMAY, AUGUST 8, 1930
THE SUMMER MICH1~AN DAXJA FRIDAY, AUGUST 8, 1930
DAILY OFFICIAL BULLETIN
Publication in the Bulletin is constructive notice to all members of
the University. Copy received at the office of the Dean of the Sum-
mer Session until 3:30, excepting Sundays. 11:30 a. m. Saturday.
VOL. X. . FRIDAY, A UGUST 8, 1930. NUMBER 34
NAVAL CHIEF SEES'
LOSS OF AMERICAN,
HEARING DELAYED Girl Champion Wins
IN BILLINGS CASE in Professional Debut
State Prison Board Will Decide
(By Associated Press)
SAN FRANCISCO, Aug. 7. - The
Consults C. S. Carney,. Member
of Board, After Others
Fail to Appear.
1_ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _____ I! supreme court today awaited the
Teachers, Supervisors, and Principals: Teachers who are interested Claims Less Prestige Would be state prison board's decision as to
in pictures suitable for school and class room work are urged to visit Result of Und rbuildin the legality of bringing Warren K.
4th floor of the University High School building where an exhibit of Alle Billings from prison to testify at
German etchings is on display this week.AotteTonnage.
I the hearing of his plea for Dardon.
FEARS 1935 PROSPECTS The question arose Wednesday to
Exhibition of Water Color Paintings: A collection of fifty-one water halt sensational testimony by Ed
colors by leading American artists is now hung in the first and second Prof. Jesse Reeves Leads Round Cunha, former deputy prosecutor,,
floor corridors of the Architectural Building. The public is cordially Table Discussion Group at that Thomas J. Mooney, also seek-;
invited. The exhibition is open daily from nine until five o'clock. It will Institute of Politics. ing pardon, and Billings were mem-
close August 22. Emil Lorch. _; bers of a gang of "blasters."
(By Associated Press) Mooney and Billings are serving
WILLIAMSTOWN, Mass., Aug. 7. life terms upon conviction of set-1
Excursion No. 8: New Michigan State Prison, Jackson, Michigan, -America will go to the next limi- ting off a bomb at the 1916 San
including inspection of typical cell blocks, the dining rooms, school tation of armament conference in whic kilPreparedness day parade
facilities, prison industries, etc. The party leaves in special busses Sat- 1935 with less influence than she The court, during a recess until
urday, August 9, at 7:45 a.m., from in front of Angell Hall, returning to ever had in such a gathering if she Tuesday, also will determine wheth-!
Ann Arbor at 12:15. Approximately one and one-half hours will be spent accedes to the movement now on er to admit as evidence "docu-
at the Prison. Round trip tickets, $1.25, must be secured before Friday, ments" Cunha said would prove a
August 8, 6:00 p.m., in Room 9, University Hall. The numbers which can foot to underbuild tonnage permit- gang hecharged Moyd pBill-
be accommodated will be limited. Students providing their own trans- ted her by the London treaty, Rear ings were affiliated with planned,
portation need no tickets. Carlton F. Wells. Admiral Arthur J. Hepburn said the bombing, and also would prove
today. the two convicted men were direct-,
Declaring that the nations of the ly responsible for the outrage.
Graduate School: Students who expect to receive the master's de- world dot to "see eye to eye" with In the midst of Cunha's startling
gree at the close of the present Summer Session should call at the office America, being unable to under- testimony, Edwin McKenzie attor-
of the Graduate School to check their records and make payment of the i stand her "abandonment of the in- ney for Billings, demanded his cli-
ten-dollar diploma fee. Sabina Conrad, Recorder. fant League of Nations on the Eu- ent be brought from prison imme-(
ropean doorstep," her failure to re- diately and have opportunity to re-
The Women's League invites all students of the Summer Session to security tandher appealttitudeorn nationalher fute the charges.
open house in the League Building Friday, August 8, from 9 to 12. Danc- world questions, Adiral Hepbur
ing and Bridge. Isabelle Rayen, Summer President. said: s , Admiral Hepburni American Consuls Face
Cites European View Dearth of Decoration
Detroit Civil Service Examinations for Positions in Social Work: On If we fail to take the parity
August 12 there will be held an examination at the Detroit Civil Service and other ratios for which we (By Associated Press)
Commission in Detroit for positions in case work. Applications to take strove at London, they will not un- WASHINGTON, Aug. 7. - Uncle
that examination should be sent in at least one week previously. I should derstand that. They will not credit Sam has become an owner of newi
be glad to talk with any students who might be interested. I can be it to our desire for peace." homes abroad, but he was found
-eached in my office daily at ten o'clock. (Signed) A. E. Wood. America's only weight in world today to have searched his cellars
Icouncils on questions of armament and garrets in vain for a forgotten
'ies in her wealth and her ability item needed to make them homey.
Professor Rupert L. Cortright, chairman of the committee for Ad- to indulge herself in any degree of When provisions were made for 5
vancement of Speech Training in Secondary Schools, will meet High armament that appeals to her, he the furnishing of embassies and'1
School teachers and coaches interested in Speech Activities of any kind, declared. consulates the government is
in room 420 A. H. this afternoon at three o'clock. All High School teach- Reeves Leads Discussion building to house its foreign mis-
ers interested in Speech are cordially invited. J. M. O'Neill. Prof. Jesse Reeves of University sions, nothing was said about pic-I
of Michigan, addressing the round- tures for the walls.
Mathematied Club: Thursday, August 14, 4:00 p.m. Room 3011 An- table "Pan-American problems," of As a result the foreign buildings
Mell Hall. Papers "37, for instance" by Professor N. H. Anning. "Differ- which he is leader, advocated ne- commission charged with the fur-
ential and Difference Equations Contrasted" by Professor J. A. Nyswan- gotiation of a treaty with each of nishing the new buildings finds
der. the Carribean countries setting itself able to purchase the finest!
forth the extent to which special of almost everything, except pic-
interests are to be recognized. tures. Under present laws the walls
School of Education: All students completing requirements for grad- ie pointed out that this step had must remain bare.nh
uatio~n at the end of the present summer session should pay diploma and already been taken in the case of Although the court previously
teacher's certificate fees before the end of the session. Blanks for this Cuba through the Platt amend- announced it planned to bring Bill-
purpose may be secured at the office of the Recorder of the School of mebt despite the pptiondo ind to Scif Bice
Fictn 105 Tappan Hi.EiaehB lrRcre ment, despite the opposition of ings to San Francisco, Chief Justice ;_
Fductio I ail.Eliabeh B Clak, ecoder some Cuban politicians to it, had William H. Waste announced that
Candidates for Teacher's Certificates: Blanks for the payment of fully demonstrated the wisdom of doubt had arisen as to legality of
he Teacher's Certificate fees msh n Unitstptho , vfi
Olympic swimming champion, who
made her professional debut by
winning the women's 100-yard free
style in the Metropolitan champ-
Son Stills Trepidations
of Father;_Tends Still
(By Associated Press)
KELSO, Wash., Aug. 7-B. Martin,
arrested for his alleged liquor law
violations, told Sheriff C. B. Dilly
in jail here today he had his 14-
year-old son tend a still to keepl
him out of mischief.
"There are so many things a
young fellow is liable to get mixed
up in nowadays," Martin said.
(By Associated Press)
LANSING, Aug. 7.-Acting on
the failure of the tsate board of
the failure of the state board of
sion Wednesday, Gov. Fred W.
Green held an extended conference
with Claude S. Carney of Kalama-
zoo, only member of the board who
was here for the meeting.
Carney, who was accompanied
to the capital by Representative
Wilber M. Snow of Comstock,
chairman of the house committee
on aeronautics, had little comment
to make after spending the entire
morning waiting for other mem-
bers of the board to meet. Repre-
sentative Snow criticized the board
and Gov. Green promised "news"
on the group "very soon" although
he refused to discuss the outcome
of the conference.
Rules of the board, Carney said,
provide for a meeting the first
Wednesday of each month. He de-
clared he would have "something
to say at the next meeting" but
would rather confine his remarks
to the minutes of that session.
Representative Snow charged the
board had violated the intent of
the last legislature, which created
it, and has surpassed its appro-
priation. He said that additional
labor had been employed by Capt.
Ray Collins, director of the board.
STARTIG ~ aer f.
"ON THE LEVEL"
Vic just can't figure out why the dames all fall for him, and sometimes
it frightens him.
ulG1 Gi a1a ~ L11cLV 1~ uy1vwu cuurea au te omee oz thne ;
School of Education, 105 Tappan Hall. All students who expect to be
recommended for the Teacher's Certificate at the end of the Summer
Session must pay their fees and return their receipts to the Recorder,
School of Education, before the end of the Summer Session.
Elizabeth B. Clark, Recorder.
Dr. T. M. Lowry, Professor of Physical Chemistry at Cambridge Uni-
versity; England, will give a talk on the subject of "Valency" in Room
303, Chemistry Building, Monday, August 11 at 4:00 p.m. All those inter-
ested are invited.
COMMODITY PRICE LEVEL CONTINUESI
DECLINE COMMENCED LAST OCTOBER
(Speczal to The Daily)
NEW YORK, Aug. 7.-For the 1921, and is lower than any index
tenth consecutive month, or since number recorded since November
October, 1929, the commodity price 1, 1915, but still 19.9 per cent. above}
level as indicated by "Bradstreet's" the Index number of August 1, 1914.
Price Index number of August 1 As regards the directions in;
showed a decline, the Index num-jwhich this latest decline was oper-
ber, $10.4495, marking a decrease I ative, it is worth noting that nine
of one per cent. from July 1 of 10.- groups of commodities, breadstuffs,'
5 per cent from January 1, 1930, live stock, provisions, hides and
and of 17.2 per cent. from August 1 leather, textiles, metals, oils, naval
a year ago. The August 1 Index stores and miscellaneous products
number, in fact, is just 50 per cent. declined, three coal and coke,
below the peak of February 1, 1920, building materials and chemicals
is 1.5 per cent below the low point remained unchanged while fruits
of deflation" touched on June 1, alone advanced.
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Scarlet Mask Band-Ohio State University
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SUNDAYS CONTINUOUS FROM 7:30 P. M.
"Michigan Repertory Players offer
Matinee at 3:15
Tomorrow Night at 8:15
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