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HE SUMMrk MICHIGAN DAILY

THURSDAY, AUGUST 14, 1930

DAILY OFFICIAL BULLETIN
Publication in the Bulletin is constructive notice to all members of I
th3 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. TIIIRSDAY, AUGUST 14, 1930. NUMBER 39
Non-Resident Members of the Summer Session Staff: President and
Mrs. Ruthven will be at home to visiting members of the Summer Ses-
sion staff and their families on Friday afternoon, August 15, from three-
thirty to five-thirty, at 815 East University Avenue.
Lecture on Chain Merchandising: Mr. J. G. Thomas, Personnel Di-
rector, Atlantic & Pacific Tea Co., will give a talk on "Chain Merchan-
dising" in Room 4203, Angell Hall, Friday morning, August 15, at 8 a.m.
This talk has been arranged for the benefit of those superintendents,
principals, and debate coaches, interested in the discussion of the chain
store subject, which will be the subject of debates in the Michigan High
School Debating League for 1930-1931. All others interested are invited
to attend this lecture. G. E. Densmore.

SS A CLASSIFIE
ADVERTISINd
ON BLFLC AE TA7~m NOTICE

GRUEN WATCHES DIAMONDS
HALLER'S
Jewelers
State Street at Liberty
WATCH REPAIRING FINE JEWELRY

Preston Asks Court to ConcludeI
Hearing; Shenk Urges
Continuance.
BRENNAN, CUNHA HEARD
(By Associated Press)
SAN FRANCISCO Aug. 13.-With
i three justices insisting they were
wasting their time, members of the
state supreme ourt continued with
their hearing today on the applica-
tion of Warren K. Billings, convict-
ed Preparedness day bomber, for a
pardon.

fore Sept. 15. Can take 2 or 3.
Welcome one way passengers. {
Phone 8505 2:30-6:00 Tue., Thur.,i
Sat., any morning 11-12. 39, 40
WANTED
TYPING-Theses a specialty. Fair
rates. Dial 9087. M. Hartsuff.

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WAITERS
taurant.

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Res-

SHOWING

Mathematical Club: Thursday, August 14, 4:00 p.m. Room 3011 A day of bitter cross-examination
Angell Hall. Papers "37, for instance," by Assistant Professor N. H. Ann- and clashes between Billings' at-
ing. "Differential and Difference Equations Contrasted" by Assistant torney and the bench was climaxed
Professor J. A. Nyswander. Tuesday when Associate Justice
Preston said he had heard enough

Undergraduate Houses for Women: Signing-out slips should be left
in the Undergraudate office of the League on or before August 15.
Isabelle Rayen, Summer President.
Women Students: The Women's League invites all women students
to a tea in the League on Thursday at 4 o'clock. It will be in honor of
the departments of Library Science and Physical Education.
Margaret Morin, Social Chairman.
College of Literature, Science, and the Arts: All students completing
the requirements for graduation at the end of the Summer Session may,
pay the diploma fee now and until the close of the session. Blanks may
be obtained in Room 4, University Hall. . D. L. Rich.
Class in Conducting will give a program at Morris hall at 4 o'clock
this afternoon. The Summer Session orchestra will assist.
David Mattern.
ETHEL B. WISEHA RT, CHAIN STOPE
\DEBATER, TELLS STORY OF C--4.7x'

and moved for an immediate ad-
journment.
"Testimony has reached the
'corned beef hash' stage," he said.
"I am ready to take a vote that the
court conclude this hearing right
now."
Associates Curtis and Richards
were in accord with Preston, Chief
Justice Waste announced.
Only the intervention of Associ-
ate Justice Shenk, who said he
found the testimony "very enlight-
ening," prevented the vote on ad-
journment.
The interruption was one of a
dozen during the day which en-
livenell the attempt of Edwin V.
McKeze, Billings' counsel, to show
i. rosecution witnesses perjured
themselves in identifying Billings

TYPING AND MIMEOGRAPHINGI
DONE. Work called for and de-
livered. Call 8620 or 4544.
38, 39, 40'
FOR RENT
WELL FURNISHED RESIDENCE-
30 ft. living room, piano, 4 cham-
bers, modern plumbing, garage.
References. Also modern 6 room
unfurnished. $60. 5710.
APARTMENT FOR RENT-Unfur-
nished, three rooms, bath, heat-
ed, garage, all modern conve-
niences. Very reasonable. Avail-
able in September. 1305 Miller
Ave. Phone 6187. 39, 40, 41.
unfurnished. $60. 5740.
LOST
LOST-Pair of glasses; brown rims.
On State St. Return Registrar's
Office, Law School or call 22091.
39
DAILY
CLASSIFIEDS
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COMPSON

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SEE-HEAR

and Thomas J. Mooney as the Pre-
By C. M. who debated last evening on the paredness day bombers. Each is
Timidly we rang the bell. A mo- question of "Resolved that chain serving a life term for the bombing THESES TYPED
ment we waited, while mentally we meat wndg stores are det- which killed 10 persons and injured
chewed our nails. Atle mtal mgrocery40 in 1916. C ZC per page
chwgend our last that door rimental to the people of Michi- McKenzie and Justice Preston College work a specialty for over
swung open noudifficu mo-. gan." clashed frequently over the attor- twenty years.
hent of introduction was over. IWhile a student at Wittenberg ney's method of cross-examiningt
She led us to her sitting-room,®MO R L
where the presence of one of Play College, she became actively inter- James Brennan and Edward Cun- 0. D. MORRILL
Production's leading members re- ested in debating, which interest ha, who prosecuted Bililngs and 314 South State St.
vealed the fact that her interest in has lasted to the present. Al- y Hours 8:00 a. m. to 6:00 . m.
the drama was slightly more than though all forms of speech work,
theoretical, and in response to our-
flustered queries we learned the including drama, have taken her
following things about her. attention, %debating remains her
She is Miss Ethel B. Wisehart, avocation as well as her vocation.
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Str. Put-In-Bay leaves foot of First St., Detroit,
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