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I__ THE SUMMER MICHIGAN DAILY

POSTAL OFFICIALS
ASK HIGHER RATE
(By Associated Press)
WASHINGTON, Jtuly 11.---Con-
vinced that an increase in postage
rates is -the only feasible way of
lifting the world's biggest public
utility "out of the red," postal of-
ficials are preparing to press their
advocacy of a higher charge for
carrying first class mail.
When Postmaster-General Wai-
ter F. Brown submits his annual re-
port to Congress in December the
enactment of legislation authoriz-
ing the Increase is to be his most
urgent recommendation. The post-
master believes a rate of 2 1-2
cents an ounce on first class mail
,would balance the department's
budget for the present.
Assistant Posmaster-G e n e r a 1
Frederic 'C. Tilton ,generally re-
gwarded as the financial expert of
the department, said today an in-
crease in the rate on letter maill
is the only solution of the deficit
problem. "We see no other way,
out," Tilton said.

IntramnUral News.

siasm being shown by the various
teams in the summer- program of
the Intramural department, the
tournaments and baseball compe-
tition are progressing rapidly.
In the School of Education lea-
gue Teachers displayed some real
hitting, defeating the Faculty
by a score of 15 to 6. The Super-
intendents defeated the Principals
in a close game, the score being 6
to 5. In the games played Thurs-
day the Principals defeated the
Faculty 10 to 4, while the Super-'
intendents were victorious over the
hard-hitting Teachers in a game,
by a 7 to 6 score.
In the other league he Pygmies
defeated the Western Cubs by a1
score of 7 to 4.
The winners in the first round ofl
golf of the tournament sponsored
by the Intramural department are
F. J. Williams, C. F. Patterson, F.

G. Read, D. Parker, W. H. Mer-
rill, and W. Stuiter.
The Horseshoe winners of the
first round are : R. G. Surridge, A.
Watson, F. G. Read, K. Kinsman,
R. Bauer, and L. Segel.
Guthe Will Take Part
in Isle Royal Survey
Dr. Carl E. Guthe, director of the
Museum of Anthropology, will.I
leave next Monday to go to Isle
Royal, where he will work on the
Isle Royal survey. He will be "ac-
companied by Fred Dustin of Sag-
inaw, Michigan, who took part in
the survey last year. They will
spend a month on the island, ex-,

Purdue Quintet Faces
Lengthy Coutt Season
(Special to The Dusty)
LAFAYETTE, Ind., July 11-
Seventeen games, including five
tilts against strong non-conference
foes such as Notre Dame, Pitts-
burgh, Temple and Washington,
will face Purdue's Big Ten basket-
ball champions next season, ac-
cording o the complete schedule
'announced today by N. A. Kellogg,
'director of athletics. The season
will open on December 15 with the
first meeting between Notre Dame
and Purdue on the court since 1923
when the Boilermakers triumphed,
39 to 20.
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and
MIMEOGRAPHING .
A specialty for
twenty years.
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Moderate rates.

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