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rIM SI M MR MIC GAN DAILY

SUNDAY, AUGUST 2, 1931

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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
Bummer Session until 3:30, excepting Sundays. 11:30 a.m. Saturday.
VOULME XI SUNDAY, AUGUST 2, 1931 NUMBER 30

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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 this 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-o
ley, Cantilena; Vierne, Finale (Symphony No. 1) Mr. Osborne.t
Charles A. Sink e
The Chinese Student Club will have a picnic at Whitmore Lake onU
this afternoon, August 2nd. Members who are interested to join
will please meet in front of Lane Hall at one o'clock Sunday afternoon.i
Transportation to Whitmore Lake will be provided.c
7 o'clock-Outdoor Union Church Service-Ernest H. Oliphant ofr
Sarah Lawrence College will speak on "Tolerance and Complacency."''
1432 Washtenaw Avenue.
The Men in Education will hold a picnic at Pleasant Lake on Mon-
day, August 3rd. There will be transportation for all and every manl
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
Summer Concert Series: The fifth concert in the regular summer
series by members of the School of Music faculty will be given on
Tuesday evening at Hill Auditorium, at 8:15 o'clock. James Hamilton,
Tenor, accompanied by Ava Comin Case; Wassily Beseki.sky, Violinist;
Hanns Pick, Violincellist, and Joseph Brinkman, Pianist, will unite in
giving the following program: Voormolen, Sonata for Violincello and
Piano-Mo..ere (Prelude)-Monuet triste-Tres vite (La Danas de Con-
chita) (Mr. Pick and Mr. Brinkman): Arias-Haendel, Ombia mai fu,
"Largo" from "Xerves"; Leoncavallo, Vesti la guibba, from "I Paglacci";
Negro Spirituals-Buileigh, By an' By; Burleigh Oh! Didn't It Rain;
Fisher, Steal Away; Guion, De Ol' Ary's a-Moverin' (Mr. Hamilton):
Moffat, Knotting (Old English); Cui, Cavatina; Juon, Burlesque; Brink-
man, Night Song; Lalo, Rondo (Mr. Besekirsky).
Charles A. Sink
Phi Delta Kappa. The regular weekly luncheon will be held at the
Union Tuesday, August 4, from 12 to 1. Dr. G. C. Kyte will be the
speaker. All new members are especially urged to be present.
L. O. Andrew, President
Physics Colloquium: Dr. Kyrill Ogrodnikoff, International Fellow
of the Rockefeller Foundation at Harvard College Observatory, will
talk "On the Interpretation of the Widths of Hydrogen Lines in Stellar
Spectra", at 4:15 on Tuesday in Room 1041, East Physics Building. All
interested are cordially invited to attend. W. F. Colby
Summer Session Men's Glee Club: All men interested in singing
are invited to an informal sing and smoker in the Varsity Glee Club
room (3rd floor, Michigan Union) Tuesday evening, August 4th, 7 to
8 p.m. David Mattern
Thursday, August 6-8:15 p.m.-Concert- Oratorio and Operatic
numbers by students of Prof. James Hamilton of the School of Music.
School of Music Auditorium.
Excursion No. 9: New Michigan State Prison, near Jackson, Michi-
gan, incuding inspection of typical cell blocks, prison textile industry,
the dining hall and kitchens, and the administration building. The party
leaves in special busses Saturday, August 8, at 7:45 a.m., from in front
of Angell Hall, returning to Ann Arbor at 12:15 p.m. Approximately
one and one-half hours will be spent at the Prison. The numbers
which can be accommodated will be limited. Students going in private
cars need no tickets. Carlton F. Wells
Candidates for Teachers' Certificates: Blanks for the payment
of the Teacher's Certificate fees may now be secured at the office of
the Cchool of Education, 1437 U. Elementary School. All students who
expect to be recommended for the Teacher's Certificate at the end of
the Summer Session must pay their fees and return their receipts to the
Recorder, School of Education, before the end of the Summer Session.
Elizabeth B. Clark, Recorder

BANK OF ENGLAND
RECEIIS__CREDITS
New Your Federal Reserve And
Bank of France Extend
Aid to British.
LONDON, Aug. 1.-()-The Bank
of England announced today that
the Bank of France and the Fed-
eral Reserve bank of New York
had each placed a credit of $25,000,-
000 pounds (about $125,000,000)
in their respective currencies at its
disposal.
On the application of the Bank
of England, the British treasury
has authorized an increase of 15,-
000,000 pounds (about $75,000,000)
in the fiduciary note issue for a
period of three weeks, thus rais-
ing the total of the authorized fi-
duciary note issue to 275,000,000
pounds (about $1,375,000,000).
The bank's announcement is a
sequel to the visit by Sir Robert
Kindersley, director of the Bank of
England, to Paris, and the conver-
sations he had there with Clem-
ent Moret, governor of the Bank of
France.
Not Protected by Gold.
It was explained the fiduciary
note issue, whether that of the gov-
ernment or the bank, is not pro-
tected by specific backing of metal
or coin or assets capable of being
converted into coin or bullion on
demand.
This does not mean that there
are no assets of any kind main-
tained against the note, but only
that such assets as are kept are of
non-metalic character-commer-
cial bills of exchange, government
securities, or the floating debt due
the government.
In the ordinary way the Bank
of England can issue notes in ex-
cess of 260,000,000 pounds (about
$1,300,000,000) only if the extra
sums are covered by gold, but in
emergency the treasury grants per-
mission to increase this amount,
as has been done on this occasion.
Wall Street Surprised.
News of the substantial banking
credit to the Bank of England
came as a surprise to Wall Street.
It had been publicly known for
several days that negotiations with
the Bank of France had been in
progress, but it was recently be-
lieved here that the British insti-
tution had decided to forego a large
credit abroad.I
Since the run on the Bank of
England's gold reserve first started,
as a repercussion of the German
difficulties, it has been stated in-
formally in highest banking cir-
cles here that the Bank of England
would have no difficulty in getting
almost any credit that it might de-
sire in Wall Street.
School of Education: All stu-
dents completing requirements for
graduation at the end of the pres-
ent Summer Session should pay
diploma and Teacher's Certificate
fees before the end of the Session.
Blanks for this purpose may be se-
cured at the office of the Recorder
of th School of Education, 1437 U.
Elizabeth B. Clark, Recorder
Elmentary School.

Sees'Dole' Threat

NEW FREIGHT RATE
ON WHEATIN FORCE
Railroads Adopt Reduced Charge
After Protests in Court
Are Refused.
WASHINGTON, Aug. 1. - (AP) -
Lower freight rates on wheat from
western states became effective to-
day under a ruling of the inter-
state commerce .commission.
Railroads opposed the new rates,
which first were ordered into ef-
fect by the commission early last
June. The carriers took the mat-
ter to court and obtained an in-
junction in a Chicago federal
court restraining the commission
from placing the lower rates into
effect. They contended they
would lose millions of dollars in
revenue.
R.Atly hnpr thA nirt

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Screen Reflections
FLORENCE NIGHT
NURSE AT MAJ
At the Majestic: "Night Nurse with
Barbara Stanwick, Closes Tues-
day.
Those naughty things which
every good, night nurse knows form
the basis for the latest screen at-
tack on Mr. Capone and his merry
men. Of course Barbara is a little
inexperienced to take the place of
the efficient and even tempered
nurse who is always the fixture in
the hospital emergency room, but
a little thing like that doesn't de-
ter the perservering director of
"Night Nurse." Barbara Stanwick

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vacated the injunction, and the
commission Friday denied all pro-
tests in the case. Ten days ago it
ordered the new rates into effect
today and railroads have published
the changed schedules.
While Wheat growers will bene-
fit from these changes, the farm
board became advised of friction
among co-operatives in the north-
western states. At a lengthy ses-
sion Friday co-operatives resisting
the expension policies of the farm-
ers national grain co-operation, na-
tional sales agency for all grain
co-operatives in the country, sub-
mitted their side of the contro-
versy.
The Farmers Union Terminal
association of St. Paul, also is in-
volved, it being charged this or-
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