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THE SUMMER MICHIGAN DAILY

THURSDAY, J'UL'Y' 17, 1930

THE SUMMER MICHIGAN DAILY THURSDAY, JULT 17, 1930

D AILY OFFICIAL BULLETIN
Publication in the Bulletin is constructive notice to all mem-
bers of the University. Copy received at the office of the Dean
of the Summer Session until 3:30, excepting Sundays. 11:30 a.m.
Saturday.

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REFLECTIONS

LABOR CONSIDERS
ANTI-LORDS FIGHT
MacDonald Regime Angered by
Mines Bill Blow.

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THURSDAY, JULY 17, 1930

NUMBER 15

Geology of Niagara Falls and Vicinity: On Friday morning at 11
o'clock I shall lecture on the Geology of Niagara Falls and Vicinity in
Room 2064, Natural Science Building (second floor near east entrance)
for the benefit of those who are to participate in the excursion.
William H. Hobbs.
All women interested in the teaching or supervision of physical ed-
ucation are invited to an informal round table under the auspices of
the department of Physical Education for Women today at 7:30 p. m.
in the Women's Athletic Building located on Forest at the end of North
University Avenue.
Special Lecture on Education: J. Milner Dorey, Executive Secretary
of the Progressive Education Association, Washington, D. C., will ad-
dress the students of the School of Education today at 1:00 p. m. in the
University High School Auditorium. Mr. Dorey will discuss "The Pro-
gressive Education Movement in the United States."
Summer Band: All male students interested in the formation of a
summer band are requested to meet at Morris Hall tonight at 7:30.
Bring instruments. Nicholas Falcone.
University of Michigan Official Publication: The Editorial Office
announces the issue of the Bulletin on Graduate Programs in Public
Health for 1930-1931 and 1921-1932, which is No. 5 of Vol. XXXXII of
the University Official Publication. These bulletins are available for
distribution in Room 2, Waterman Gymnasium.
University of Michigan Official Publication: The Editorial Office
announces the issue of the Bulletin on the Courses in Hygiene and Pub-
lic Health for 1930-1931 and 1931-1932, which is No. 4 of Vol. XXXII
of the University Official Publication. These bulletins are available
for distribution in Room 2, Waterman Gymnasium.
College of Literature, Science, and the Arts: All matriculated stu-
dents, now in residence, who received marks of Incomplete or X at the
close of their last term of attendance, (i. e. semester or summer ses-
sion) should complete the work in such courses by the end of the pres-
ent summer session. Where unavoidable circumstances make this im-f
possible, a limited extension of time may be granted by the Administra-
tive Board, provided a written request, with the approval and signa-
ure of the instructor concerned, is presented at the Registrar's Office,
Room 4 U. H.
In cases where no make-up grade is received and no request for
additional time has been filed, these marks shall be considered as hav-
ing lapsed into E grades. D. L. Rich.
Former Students, Western State Teachers College: A dinner has
been arranged for Tuesday evening, July 22, in honor of President 0.1
B. Waldo. All former students of Western State Teachers' College are
urged to be present. The dinner will be held in the Women's League
building at 6:30 o' clock. Those who expect to attend will report to
Thomas Diamond at Room 4018 University High school before Saturday
noon. The price of the dinner will be one dollar and twenty-five cents.
Former Students, Michigan State College: Men students of the
Summer Session and others in the vicinity of Ann Arbor who are grad-
uates or former students of Michigan State College will meet after the
Men's Educational club meeting next Monday, July 21, to determine the
date for a reunion and to confer on the program for the reunion. Every-
one interested should make a special effort to attend.

PARAMOUNT
ON CIRCUS PARADE
At the Michigan Theatre: Para-
mount on Parade. Cast Including
All Paramount Studio Stars. Closes
Saturday.
A galaxy of vaudeville acts, fea-9
turing the whole payroll of Para-;
mount plant appear this week at,
the Michigan in a picture that is
often amusing whether or not it is
worth while. There are some good
skits-and some others.,
Maurice Chevalier does some ef-
fective work in an all-color act and
sings and dances.
Nancy Carroll does some pretty
hoofing and is rather cute trying
to be naughty in a way that will
get past Czar Hays. Jackie Oakie
is amusing, as usual. Helen Kane
overdoes her now famous boop-
boop-a-doop a bit, but is worth a
laugh.
On the whole, the "parade" has
merit. There was some very strik-
ing color photography. It is good
entertainment for hot weather. It
rates about "B". D. K.
MORALITY
IN HOLLYWOOD
At the Majestic theatre: "The Man
and the Moment" with Billie Dove
and Rod la Roque. Closes Thurs-
day. Also Lloyd Hamilton comedy
and Felix cartoon.
Based on the theory that any-
thing can get by the censors when
protected by the sacred name of
matrimony, "The Man and the Mo-
ment", current attraction at the'
Majestic, is just about the worst
picture of its type that this depart-
ment has ever seen.
A marriage of convenience be-
tween the principal characters al-
lows Director Fitzmaurice to put in
lots of nice clean dirt without of-
fending anyone who might makeI
trouble. The picture is in parts
painful and disgusting. If the
same scenes had been shown with
the legal procedure of ma4riage
omitted, Hollywood and Will Hays
would have howled. It is that
queer distinction between technical
morality and wholesomeness which
makes Hollywood and Will Hays
amusing.
Up to their necks in Elinor
Glyn's soupy plot, Billie Dove, Rod!
la Roque, and Gwen Lee struggle
valiantly and to some effect. The
suavity of the leading man and a
few clever subtitles raise the pic-
ture to a D. P. M.1

(By Associated Press)
LONDON, July 16.-British Labor
quarters, angered by repeated re-
fusal of the House of Lords to pass
the government Coal Mines Bill in
its original form and include the
seven and one-half hour working
day, today considered launching an
anti-Lords campaign.
In some circles "the peers versus
the people" was hailed as the issue
on its next election campaign - a
campaign w h i c h commentators
generally expect before the end of
the year.
"The most serious challenge to
the popular will since the House of
Lords rejected Lloyd George's Peo-
ple's Budget of 1909," said the Daily
Herald, Labor organ, "is the Lords'
refusal for the third time Tuesday,
168 to 36, to pass the 72-hour work-
ing day clause, and their insistence
on a permissive 90-hour fortnight.
The cabinet met in special ses-
sion today.
The Liberals have decided hence-
forth to vote solidly in Commons in
divisions where an anti-govern-
ment attitude had been decided on
previously, even if it should cause
the fall of the Labor Government.
Commence Excavating
for New Storage Unit
Work was commenced in the
court of the Chemistry building on
the excavation for a new unit of
the storage system. The pavement
in the court has been torn up, and
in the excavation a vault for in-
flammable liquids will be con-
structed. The pavement is to be
rebuilt above this storage vault.
According to Robert J. Carney,
director of chemistry stores, ex-
plosive liquids are never kept in
large quantities at the Chemistry
building, but the new vault will
provide an additional element of
safety by placing all such commod-
ities in a cellar where an explosion
would wreck nothing but a thin
pavement above.

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