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THE Suwn"RR MICHIGAN DAILY

SATURDAY, AUGUST 9, 1930

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'DAILY OFFICIALBULLETIN
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. SATURDAY, AUGUST 9, 1930 NUMBER 35
Students, Colleges of Engineering and Architecture: All students in
these Colleges, taking courses other than Chemistry and Physics in the'
College of Literature, Science and the Arts, who have not called at the
Secretary's office, 263 West Engineering Building, to give the names of
their instructors in such courses must do so before 4 o'clock on Wednes-
day, August 13, in order to receive their grades. promptly at the close
of the summer session. Louis A. Hopkins.
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 Detroit 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.
VkVi~s~ f Wtnr Vln P intinoc A nll tin of fifftnn wte

AMERICAN COLLEGE TOURISTS STUDY IN EUROPE

Intramural
News

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xhbiition o water uoor ran ns: cosec on o ny-one wawer - - o
colors by leading American artists is now hung in the first and second PIAYING DECy T N IS * WTUDN' BA'aItNG IN UXN',
floor corridors of the Architectural Building. The public is cordially By Alice Siegmeister
invited. The exhibition is open daily from nine until five o'clock. It will (Central Press Staff Writer) elegant savoir-faire. Every morning come from Spain; tapestries from
close August 22. Emil Lorch. NEW YORK, Aug. 8.--Our peri- a capacious char-a-banc will carry France; the rare wood from South
patetic students, guided by the them to another place of interest. America; rugs from the Orient.
spirit of Aristotle, are spending One day the Gardens of Versailles, One day they sail through the
Teachers, Supervisors, and Principals: Teachers who are interested their inter-semestral vacations Luxembourg the next. Napoleon's'capphire waters of Lake Leman and
in pictures suitable for school and class room work are urged to visitteir in a mdsearcatonwi- tomb, Clignancourt, Notre Dame,, dckinwterf an -.n
4th floor of the University High School building where an exhibit of edge and, incidentally, eight college the Sorbonne and the desolate war- eva. Every morning throughout the
German etchings is on display this week. egnd, torn areas. mo ringtroughout the
_______pont. tr month of August you can see them
You find them everywhere. Wan-tIn theeve n g theSoe cros the strolling up the hill to the build-
Dr. T. M. Lowry, Professor of Physical Chemistry at Cambridge Uni- dering along the bookstalls of the bridge to seek the nepenthic gaiety gs where the League of Nations
versity, England, will give a talk on the subject of "Valency" in Room quay, wading in the North Sea at of the right bank. The poseurs tip-convenlectures, us statesmen d ow-
303, Chemistry Building, Monday, August 11 at 4:00 p.m. All those inter- Scheviningen, feeding the pigeons toe through the streets of Mont- e, usually in English. How-
ested are invited. in front of St. Paul's and straggling ever, when they use their native

With the exception of the ten-
nis singles, all tournaments spon-
sored by the Intramural depart-
ment for students of the summer
sesison have 'been completed.
In the horseshoe doubles compe-
tition, the-team of Sheperd-Ander-
son defeated the team of Cohen-
Segall for the first place trophy.
The golf tournament was close-
ly contested, and resulted in a
thrilling finish as D. Holmes con-
quered G. F. Patterson, 5 and 4 to
win the final.
S. Shepard didn't receive much
competition in the horseshoe sin-
gles, and won the event rattler
handily.
The tennis doubles tournament
turned out to be one of the most
closely contested of all, with the
team of Fox-Ranche winning over
Dlugolenski-Gearhart in a hard-
fought match. The scores were 4-6,
6-2, and 6-3.
In the tennis singles, H. R. Fox
will meet C. R. Harte for the cham-
pionship, sometime this week.
The tournaments which have
been held by the Intramural de-
partment this summer have evoked
unusual interest.
Public Parks in Lisbon
Have Garden Libraries
(By Associated Press)
LISBON, Aug. 8.-Six garden li-
braries, with an attendant and cir-
cle of chairs inviting one to rest are
free to impecunious persons who
while away their leisure hours in
public parks. Borrowers must fill in
forms which serve to show the
number of readers, their status and
the type of books most in demand.
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Candidates for Teacher's Certificates: Blanks for the payment of
the Teacher's Certificate fees may now be secured at the office of theI
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.
School of Education: All students completing requirements for grad-
uation at the end of the present summer session should pay diploma and
teacher's certificate fees before the end of the session. Blanks for this
purpose may be secured at the office of the Recorder of the School of1
Education, 105 Tappan Hall. Elizabeth B. Clark, Recorder.
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.

Hindustan Students: The Hindustan group of the University

of

Michigan will hold a special meeting on the Sunday of August 10, at!
2:30 p.m. in Lane Hall. All Indian students are requested to be present.
Special business: Mr. Pritam, Singh's Affairs. S. A. Rahman.
Mr. I. Paul Taylor, General Manager Independent Merchants Asso-
ciation of Michigan, will give a talk on the subject of "Chain Store Mer-
chandising" in Room 4230 Angell Hall, Monday, August 11, at 2:00 p.m.,
This talk has been arranged for the benefit of those debate coaches,!
principals, and superintendents interested in the discussion of the chain
store question which is to be the subject of debates in the Michigan
High School Debating League for 1930-1931. All others interested are'
invited to attend. G. E. Densmore. '
Pi Lambda Theta Supper: Members will meet for supper at the
Michigan League Cafeteria at 6:00 p.m., Monday, August 11th. A short
business meeting will be held at 7:00 (room will be posted on League
Bulletin Board). Come to both, the supper and the meeting, if you can. I
Marguerite F. Hall.
Mathematical Club: Thursday, August 14, 4:00 p.m. Room 3011 An-
gell Hall. Papers "37, for instance" by Professor N. H. Anning. "Differ-
ential and Difference Equations Contrasted" by Professor J. A. Nyswan-
der.

-- bmarte, siip into chairs at a side-
Through the halls of the University walk cafe, and drape themselves'
of Heidelberg. into "what-is-life, after all?" atti- I
Take for example a group of tudes.
L, en which has come to study But let us watch another group'
Trench. After a rather cursory trip which has come to Europe underj
through several European capitals, the tutelage of a university's gov-
they will establish themselves in a vernment department to study in-
little "pension" on the left bank of ternational relations and compara-
he Seine. There they shall sit atop tive government. Their first stop
Montparnasse, untangling French I is London, at which capital they
sentences and reciting strange sub- spend a full week visiting Windsor
jective modes. Castle and Parliament's Houses of
They become Parisian gadabouts Lords and Commons.
within a week, dribbling i n t o En route to Geneva, where the!
strange and remote parts with an group makes its residence, there
are short stops at Paris, Heidelberg,
' SCHENCK'S WIDOW Mayence, Cologne, Brussels, Berne
and Interlaken.
SUES FOR $26,t0 At The Hague the students stop
(By Associated Press) to visit the Tribunal, the court
NEW YORK, Aug. 7.-Mrs. Li where international controversies
ian Schenck, widow and principal are settled. The building is a gift1
heir of Joe Schenck, member of the of the nations. Italy sends fine
vaudeville team of Van and white marble. The silver ink-pots
I Schenck, is seeking to collect $52,-
000 from Gus B. Van, surviving
member of the team.o sAJESTIC
In a suit on file in Brooklyn su-
preme court, she claimed that Van, NOW PLAYING
whose real name is August Von
Glohn, owed her husband $26,000 rGtd - - tNS
at the time of his death in Detroit,
June 28. She also demanded that
Van pay her $25,000 under an in- JOHN1
surance agreement between the BOLES
partners.--
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tongue, an interpreter follows at
the close of the lecture with its re-
cital in English.
In the late afternoon, after a
swim in the lake or an hour in
Jean Jacques Rousseau Park, they
come trooping back for the evening
sessions to discuss disarmament,
unemployment or perhaps the
white slave traffic.

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