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THE SUNNIER MICHIGAN DAILY

SATURDAY, AUGUST 1, 1931. .

PAGE FOUK THE SUMMER MICHIGAN DAILY SATURDAY, AUGUST 1, 19S1

Daily Official Bulletin
Publication in the Bulletin is constructive notice to all members
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.
VOLUME XI SATURDAY, AUGUST 1, 1931 NUMBER 29
Student Recital Series: Mr. Stanley Fletcher, pianist, and Mr. Ken-
neth Osborne, organist, will join their forces in a program to be given
in Hill Auditorium on Sunday afternoon at 4:15 o'clock. The general
public is cordially invited to attend. The program follows: Bach,
Fantasia in G Minor; Schmitt, Prelude; Mulet, Toccata, "Thou Art the
Rock" (Mr. Osborne): Liszt, Sonata in B Minor (Mr. Fletcher): McKin-
ley, Cantilena; Vierne, Finale (Symphony No. 1) Mr. Osborne.
Charles A. Sink
The Chinese Student Club will have a picnic at Whitmore Lake on
Sunday afternoon, August 2nd. Members who are interested to join
will please meet in front of Lane Hall at one o'clock Sunday afternoon.
Transportation to Whitmore Lake will be provided.
Sunday Evening-Outdoor Union Church Service-Ernest H. Oli-
phant will speak on "Tolerance and Complacency." 1432 Washtenaw
Avenue.
League House Heads: Signing out slips for the first four weeks
were due July 21. Please bring them to the undergraduate office in the
League. Katherine O'Hearn
The Men in Education will hold a picnic at Pleasant Lake on Mon-
day, August 3rd. There will be transportation for all and every man
is expected to attend. There will be good food and plenty of it. Pro-
fessor Sharmon is in charge of the games. The group will meet in
front of the University High School between 4:00 and 4:15 p.m. Those
who have cars wil be at that point to pick up those who need trans-
portation. Secure your ticket early!
Thomas Diamond
Cancellation of Monday Afternoon Conference on Education. Be-
cause of the Education Clubs' picnics to be held on Monday afternoon,
the afternoon conference scheduled for 4:00 p.m. on that day will not
be held.
The Women's Education Club picnic will be held on Monday, August
3 at the Fireplace. Cars will leave the University High School at 5:45
p.m. Make reservations by calling Miss McHenry at 4838 before Sat-
urday. Lydia McHenry
The Southerners Picnic has been postponed indefinitely.
W. R. McGehee
Students wishing eye refractions at the Health Service are ad-
vised to secure their appointments before August 6th.
Warren E. Forsythe, Director
Faculty, School of Education: There will be a meeting of the Facul-
ty of the School of Education on Monday, August 10th, at 12 o'clock
sharp at the Michigan League Building.
A full attendance is desired. C. O. Davis, Secretary
Comprehensive Examination for the Teacher's Certificate:
The comprehensive professional examination required for the
Teacher's Certificate will be given in the Auditorium of the University
High School on Saturday, August 15th, from 9 to 12 o'clock. All students
expecting to secure the Teacher's Certificate at the end of the Summer
Session are required to take this examination. Full details respecting
the nature and procedure of this examination can be had from the
Recorder, School of Education, Room 1437, University Elementary School.
C. O. DAVIS, Secretary
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the leads and supporting roles in
the Meanwell cage movies.
* * *
Glenn Thistlewaite, Wisconsin's
head football coach, is teaching in
Ithe summer session. When that
is over, early in August, he is plan-
ning to take his family to a North-
ern Wisconsin resort where he willl
rest between whipping troutl
streams and exercising a set of left-
handed golf clubs which the Badger
football team gave him at the close
of the 1929 season.
* * *
Guy Lowman, who coaches the
Badger baseball teams and di-
rects the activities of the Four-
Year Coaching and Physical Edu-
cation course, will probably motor
east for two or three. weeks in
August, chiefly to visit his son
who is to become a member of
the Yale faculty this fall and who
has just returned from a period
of graduate study in Europe.
~* *
Tom Jones, veteran coach of Wis-
consin's track teams, has not yet
decided what he will do in the
month between the close of summer
school and the opening of the Uni-
versity in September, but it is a safe
guess that he will divide his time
between fishing and golf, his chief
recreations.

in the summer selling insurance.
Irv Uteritz, coach of Wiscon-
sin's "B" football team in the fall
and the freshman baseball team
in the spring, is spending the
summer in Madison and playing
ball with the Madison Blues.
, * *
Rube Wagner, assistant varsity]
line coach, is working in Milwau-
kee and Francis X. (Bo) Cuisinier,
who will succeed Guy Sundt as
frosh football coach, is a captain
of life guards in the South Parks
system, Chicago.
What Trainer Bill Fallon does all
summer is more or less of a mys-
tery to his associates. Bill comes
from Boston an devery summer, af-
ter finishing his work with the Bad-
ger crew at Poughkeepsie, he dis-
appears until it is time for him to
get out the arnica and adhesive
tape for the football campaign. It
is understood that Bill takes his
family to some remote spot on the
Maine coast and "leads the life of
Reilly" for three months. No one
in Madison ever hears from him
during that period.

FOOD HURTS MANY
AT PICNICGROUNDS,
Eleven Taken to Hospital, Two
Seriously Ill; Ptomaine
Poisoning Is Cause.
READING, Pa., July 31.-(IP)-
Stricken while attending a picnic
dal, nearly two score persons were
suffering from ptomaine poisining
today, 11 of them in hospitals.
Several hundred persons were at
the park restaurant. A short time
later many became violently ill
Victims were taken from the merry-
go-round and other amusements,
others collapsed along the midway
and others swooned while seeking
seclusion i nremote parts of the
park.
Screams from the suffering and
cries of those who frantically tried
to minister to them threw the huge
crowd into wild confusion. Am-
bulances rushed the seriously ill to
hospitals.

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near U golf course at 1339 S. State
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George (Mike) Murphy, Badger
crew mentor, has been visiting in
the east since the Poughkeepsie
regatta, June 16. He will return
to Madison about August 1 to get
everything in readiness for the
fall rowing campaign which will
start in September.
* * * ,
Joe Steinauer, who has been a
fixture in the athletic department
since the days when he trained
Bill Juneau's fotball teams and who
now tutors the Badger swimmers
and directs Wisconsin's extensive
intramural athletic program, is an
inveterate fisherman and spends
most of his summer luring the de-
lectable pike and the gamey bass
from waters within driving distance
of Madison.
Coach George Hitchcock, wrest-
ling mentor, is spending his vaca-
tion in an extended motor trip
through the west.
Guy Sundt, Wisconsin freshman
football and track coach, who
will be vaarsity backfield coach
this fall, spends his spare time
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July 31.-(AP)-I American member, brought about

The Mexico-United States general
claims commission apparently will
die without satisfactorily ending its
work unless renewed before Aug.
31.
Upwards of $600,000,000 in priv-
ate American claims against Mexi-
co are imperiled as the commis-
sion, after a troubled history, en-
ters the final month of its legal
life.
Fred K. Nielsen of Nebraska, the

an interruption of the last sessions
of the group by objectinlg to pro-
cedure followed by his Mexican and
Panamaian colleagues in disposing
of American claims by dismissing
them.
He took vigorous exception to
the methods of the other two com-
missioners, who, working together,
found wayes of eliminating the
American member from delibera-
tions over commission's activities.

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