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SUNDAY, --JULY'96,'

TRW. SUM OR -MICHIGAN DAM Y

F11OZ THrMZ

SUN~DAY,.~fl.IL~ 28, 1931 - THE SUMMER MICHIGAN DAILY PAGE TERkE

PRESIDE0NT HOOVER'0
ASKS DRASTIC -CUT
IN FEDERAL COSTS
Urges Government Departments
Withhold All Funds Not
Absolutely Needed.
ASKS SAVINGS LIST
Chief Executive Calls Situation
Very Grave; Wants Budget
for 1932 Pared.
WASHINGTON, July 25.-(_)-
Drastic economy in government ex-
penditures in the current and forth-
coming fiscal year has been de-
manded by President Hoover to
meet sharply declining treasury re-
ceipts.
The chief executive has ordered
all government heads to withhold
funds not needed for actual oper-
ation purposes this year and to pare
to a minimum estimates of expen-
ditures for the next fiscal year.
In a letter to all government de-1
partment and agency heads, dated1
July 19, the chief executive describ-;
ed the financial condition of the
federal government as "a serious t
one."
"The July 1 estimates of expendi-
tures for the fiscal year 1932, fur-
nished by the departments and es-
tablishments to the bureau of the
budget," the letter said, "indicate
that in spite of all efforts for eco-
nomy, the expenditures are now
contemplated by the departments
and establishments will be in ex-
cess of those estimated as of June

Pan rgbornr, Hilernedon to Try Flop Again

OV1NG H
o }Ts WORL.

Consumate skill on the part of Clyde Pangborn, veteran pilot, pre-
vented disaster when Pangborn and Hugh Herndon, Jr., his backer and
co-pilot, took off from Roosevelt Field, N. Y., for a proposed record-
breaking round-the-world flight loaded down with 830 gallons of fuel.
A crack-up was narrowly averted when the Bellanca monoplane failed
to rise at the end of the airport runway with the load of gasoline which
the fliers had hoped would take them straight to Moscow. Left to right,
as they bid him goodby, are: Mrs. Dickson Boardman, mother of Hugh
Herndon, Herndon, and his bride, Mary Ellen Farlev.
The two flyers propose to attempt the Moscow hop again when con-
ditions permit.

(Special to The Daity)
BLOOMINGTON, Ind., July 25.-
Vacations will lure eight members
of the Indiana university coaching
staff away from the campus next
week, after preliminaries have been
completed for the fall football cam-
paign.
Director of Athletics Z. G. Clev-
enger expects to start in a few days
on an extended motor trip through-
out the eastern and southern states.
Mr. Clevenger will be gone approx-
imately a month and during that
time will tour eastern Canada, New
York, and terminate his trip with
a short stay at Brevard, N. C.
* * *
Assistant to the athletic director
William D. Ramsey, has been tour-
ing the west, and expects to stay in
California for a few weeks before
returning to Indiana.
Coach Everett S. Dean of the
Crimson baseball and basketball
teams will spend the month of Aug-
ust at Camp Lincoln on Lake Hu-
bert in Minnesota. Dean has had
charge of the last part of the rec-
reational program at the boy's camp
there, about 150 miles north of
Minneapolis, for the past six years.
The camp is one of the largest and
one of the best equipped in the
mid-west.
Coach E. C. Hayes, Indiana's new
gridiron coach, wil leave shortly for
a long motor trip throughout the
South, his former home. Coach
Hayes will return to Bloomington
late in August and complete prepa-
rations for his first season as the
Crimson's head grid mentor.
Assistant coach A. J. (Butch) No-
wack intends to spend some of his
time in the northern woods of
Michigan hunting and fishing.
Coach Nowack, Ilinois' former all-
American tackle and former head
football coach at Central Teachers
College at Mt. Pleasant, Mich., will
assist Coach Hayes this fall. In ad-
dition to a strenuous vacation in
northern Michigan, Nowack will
visit his home at Pana, Ill.
Sid Robinson, professor of phy-
sical education and assistant to
Coach Hayes in track, will spend

part of his summer in the south-
land. Robinson, a former student
of Coach Hayes at Mississippi A. &.
M. and star of past Olympic games,
is in training for the 1932 Olympic
games to be held next summer in
Los Angeles. Robinson is a distance
runner.
* * *
W. H. Thom, head wrestling coach
and assistant to Coach Hayes in
football, has unique plans for a va-
cation. He plans a series of wrest-
ling engagements in a circuit which
extends through Toledo and into
Canada. Thom is one of the leading
welterweight wrestlers and at pres-
ent is an outstanding challenger for
the title belt in that class. He is
reported in the best condition of
his career.
Paul (Pooch) Harrell, assistant
baseball and football coach. plans
a series of motor trips for his va-
cation.
FOR SALE- Student leaving coun-
try. Rugs, Prints, brasswork and
many other hand-made articles
sold at their original price in
Persia. Goods will be displayed at
Lane Hall, July 27-30, 9:00 a.m.
to 9:00 p.m.
FOR RENT-A clean well-furnish-
ed liveable apartment, of 4 rooms
near U golf course at 1339 S. State
St. Phone 3403.

C 'LASSIFIEI
ADVERTISINSD
LOST-Brown leather coin purse,
University golf course, Wednes-
day. Finder please call 3718.
LOOK AT THIS BARGAIN-Brand
new $100 Gibson tenor banjo and
case for sale at fraction of cost.
Phone 7017. 25, 26
WANTED-By starving University
graduate, job requiring poise,
personality, and ability, compen-
sated accordingly. Reply D-13,
The Daily.
LOST-Elgin watch with knife,
chain; probably on Olivia; mark-
ed WCM and FJM. Chain lost on
South U. W. C. Moffatt, 1408
Washtenaw; phone 9235.
EARN MONEY while at college
selling amazing razor b 1 a d e
sharpener. 200 shaves from one
blade. Every student wants one.
Large profits. Write for full par-
ticulars immediately: Honex, En-
gineering Bldg., Chicago.

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LEGEPLANS TEA
FOR SOUTHERNERS
New Club Made up of Students
From South to Be

1, and also i excess o ose ma e
actually during the fiscal year, Honored.
1931.
Sees Urgent Need.Southerners attending the Uni-
"In view of the fact that our re- versity and students in the Depart-
eIns ae m therialythalling rf-ment of Physical Education are in-
ceipts are materially falling off vited to be guests of the Women's
from the amount estimated at the League from 4, to 5:30 at the last
time of the preparation of the bud- of the Wednesday tea dances next
get for 1932, and consequent large week.
deficit indicated for the current A
year, I wish again to bring to your At the series of weekly yea dances
attention the seriousness of our fi- which have been sponsored by the
nancial situation and desire that Women's League during the pres-1
you assure yourself that all those ent Summer Session an effort has
in your department are impressed been made to entertain organized
with the urgent need for econom- groups on the campus and it is1
ies and postponements in view of with particular pleasure that the
this emergency." reerdLeague wishes to recognize the
The president referred to the Southerners club which has recent-
treasury deficit in excess of $900, ly assembled. The officers elected
000,000 at the end of the fiscal year at the first meeting of the club
1931, on June 30, and to the ap- were William R. McGehee, of
propriations for the current year Whitewell, Tenn., president, Evan-
amounting to approximately $5,- geline Papageorge, of Atlanta, Ga.,
000,000,000.vice president, and J. J. Darby, of
"The situation is a serious one," Hattiestburg, Miss., secretary-treas-
the letter continued, "and demands urer.
that we all make the most earnest,
effort to eliminate or postpone all SoC IET Y"
activities such as may be so treated OCIETY
without serious detriment to the
public welfare. Forty couples enjoyed dancing to
Asks List of Savings. the music furnished by Kenneth
"You have been requested to fur- Lundquist's orchestra at the infor-
nish to the bureau of the budget mal dancing and bridge party spon-
for my information not later than! sored by Mosher-Jordan halls on
Aug. 17, a statement of apropria- Friday evening. The affair was held
tions available for expenditure dur- at the Women's Athletic building
ing the current and subsequent fis- and several tables of bridge were
cal years, with an indication of the also in play.
amounts expected to be obligated The ballroom was decorated with
therefrom and the contemplated ul- spring flowers and palms and
timate savings. dancing continued from nine-thir-
"Pending the compilation of an- I ty until twelve-thirty. This was the
alysis on this statement, I wish to first affair given by the dormitory
suggest that you refrain from ob- this summer. Enid Bush, social
ligating money actually available chairman of Mosher-Jordan halls,
for expenditure during the current was in charge of arangements.
fiscal year except in those cases * * *
where such postponement or elimi- More than 700 people attended
nation will clearly be to the detri- the first weekly dance Friday night
ment of the public welfare." in the ballroom of the League build-
This letter followed the recent re- ing. The chaperones for the dance
quest of the president that all high were Prof. Carlton F. Wells, and
government officials supervise prep- Mrs. Wells, Prof. N. C. Olson and
arations of the 1933 budget esti- Mrs. Olson, and Mr. and Mrs. A. H.
mates to restrict them to actual op- Marckwardt.
erating needs. These dances are being sponsored
Earlier in the summer, through every Friday night by the Women's
conferences with the secretaries of League for summer faculty and
the various departments, the chief students and are under the direc-
executive obtained assurances that tion of Katherine O'Hearn, sum-
economies reached into the mililons mer president of the League. Ken-
would be effected,, particularly in neth Lundquist's seven-piece or-
the naval and military establish- chestra furnishes music for the
ments. dancing.

Screen Reflections
Sworn to Tell the Truth and
the Whole Truth
At the Majestic: "The Lawyer's
Secret"with Clive Brook, Char-
lie Rogers, Fay Wray, and Jean
Arthur. Closes Tuesday. Also
Hearst Metrotone News, "Sky
High", and "Talkertoons".
Led by the ever suave Clive Brook
and all star cast which includes
Charlie Rogers, Fay Wray, and
Jean Arthur makes a rather good
showing in "The Lawyer's Secret".
Naturally the smoothness of speech
which Brook inherited with his Eng-
lish mannerisms makes for a very
good court room appearance. HeI
plot is slightly worn by age, but
-like Shakespeare-never be orig-
inal; take an old story and give it
a new animation and the world
1beholds a masterpiece. Although
this is not the masterpiece which
the previews proclaimed yet Clive
Brook does add that magic touch

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