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i~ 5U~flINR MKZ!GAN I~&flt WEDNESDAY, AUGUST ~, 1931

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Daily Official Bulletin

Publicaon in the Bulletin is constructive notice to all members
at the University. Copy received at the office of the Dean of the
znm"' Sesoiion until 3:30, excepting Sundays. 11:30 a.m. Saturday.

VOLUME XI WEDNESDAY, AUGUST 5, 1931 NUMBER 32

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I VOLUME XI

WEDNESDAY, AUGUST 5, 1931

NUMBER.. 32 11

Afternoon Conference on Education: At the conference to be held
today at 4 p.m. in the University High School Auditorium Professor
A. C. Eurich will discuss "Do College Students Retain What They Have
Learned." All interested in Education are urged to attend.
Put-in-Bay Excursion Refund: Students who have not yet re-
ceived their refunds on the Put-in-Bay Steamer tickets should call for
them at the Summer Session office, University Hall, this week.
The Michigan Socialist Club: Edwin G. Hultin of the ProletarianI
Party of America will speak on "The Nemisis of Capitalism", at 8 o'clock
tonight at the Michigan Union. Persons of all opinions are invited.
Pi Lambda Theta. Dr. Bell and Miss Laurie Campbell are enter-
taining Pi Lambda Theta at dinner, 6:00 on Thursday August 6th at the
Women's Athletic Building. Please call University Extension 721 to
make reservation. Esther L. Belcher
Excursion No. 9: New Michigan State Prison, near Jackson, Michi-
gan, including 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
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
Candidates for Teachers' Certificates: Blanks for the payment
of the Teacher's Certificate fees may now be secured at the office of
the School of Education, 1437 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
Summer Forestry Students Make Ghastly Find: While surveying
a route for a trail through the woods near Wagner Falls just outside
Munising on July 23, forestry students from Camp Filibert Roth dis-
covered the dead body of a man. Edwin R. Warner '33 was first at
the scene and the matter was at once reported to the local coroner.
Investigation led to identification of the dead man as Mike Polish,
last seen in Munising about May 14 and known as a lumberjack with-
out family or relations. Circumstances indicated suicide by hanging
as the cause of death which probably occurred about two months ago
judging from the condition of the body.
The students have completed almost a mile of difficult trail con-
struction as an exercise in forest improvements and the project will
make the upper falls on Wagner creek easily accessible.
A trip to Ralph in Dickinson County during the week of July 261
gave the foresters a chance to see a real area of white pine blister rust
damage and a stop was made at Gladstone on the return to study the
operation of the stave and veneer mills of the Northwestern Cooperage
Company.
The Munising Rotary Club entertained the entire Camp Roth group1
at. a dinner on the evening of July 28 and following this there was a
boat ride through west channel of Munising Bay. The Rotarians have
challenged the foresters to a ball game to be played at camp some time
this week.?
An expedition into Beaver Lake Basin, a wilderness accessible only
on foot or by boat from Lake Superior on calm days, is planned for
August 8 and 9. The students will pack in from Buck Hill fire tower
and spend the two days exploring.
PRINCETON UNIVERSITY, Eigh- BUTLER COLLEGE- Butler Col-
ty men were awarded commissions
here for completion of four years lege awarded 529 degrees at its com-
of succesful training in the R.O.T.C. mencement this year.

UNIVERSITY GROUPS
STUDY OLD TOMBS
Archeologists Excavating Many
Ancient Burial Grounds; Dr.
Guthe Visits Parties.
FIND TOOLS, POTTERY
By Alice Gilbert.
That man still has many con-
cealed facts about himself hidden
in the earth is shown by the sum-

mer

archeological

excavations

which are being carried on by re-
search groups throughout the coun-
try. Burial grounds are especially
interesting, since besides the skele-
tons of dead bodies there are bur-
ied weapons or other articles which
are characteristic of a particular
race.
In Lewistown, Ill., is a museum
which is an .enclosed? graveyard.
Here the top of the earth was
cleared away and the skeletons with
the pottery were left in place. This
is called the Moundbuilders tomb.
Near this place is an archaeologi-
cal group from the University of
Illinois which is making excavations
to learn something of the pre-Co-
lumbian history of thathregion.
The Milwaukee Public museum
has a party at Beetown, Wis., work-
ing on effigy mounds. The outlines
of effigy mounds are like silhouettes
of birds and animals.
Deposits in rock shelters, village
sites, mounds and pictographs in
the rock are being studied by an-
other expedition from the Univer-
sity of Illinois at Murfreesboro, Ill.
In this country the various influen-
ces of the North and South as
shown in the earth and rocks make
it valuable to the archeologist who
wants a history of the peoples in
the Mississippi valley.
All of these expeditions were vis-
ited by Dr. Carl Guthe, director of
the University Museum of Anthro-
pology, in his recent archeological
surveys of the National Research
council. Each summer Dr. Guthe
must visit as many of these exca-
vations as possible. At present he
is in communication with about 83
organizations whose work in the
summer centers in the northern
middle-west states.

CHASE EXPECTS
ECONOMIC RISE
But Predicts Crash in 1940
If No Changes Are Made.
NEW YORK, Aug. 4.-()-If un-
employment unrest this fall does
not "upset the applecart," America
may now anticipate a moderate
busines's revival in the next 12
months, Stuart Chase, author and
economist, said in an interview to-
day.
Mr. Chase was one of the earlier
prophets of the 1929 crash; and
now, getting in early again, he fore-
sees another economic debacle
along about 1940 unless we accept
quickly the lessons of the present
depression.
"In the natural course of events,
we will come out of this depression,
and we may, in a few years, find
ourselves in a boom that will make
the late excitement seem like child's
play," Mr. Chase said. "But then,
we'll fall off the new prosperity
brink with a crash that likely will
break the remnants of the tradi-
tional 'laissez faire' economy into
little bits.
Hits Business Inflators.
"Things are cheap. Even now
people are beginning to buy them
because they are so cheap. If busi-
ness merely satisfied these wants,
the business cycle would lack the
present sharp curves. But business
people under the psychologic im-
petus of this new buying become
overly optimistic and immediately
begin to over-expand as they have
in the past. And there you have
the incipient causes of the next
depression.
"There are seemingly two schools
in American business whose leaders
may be divided roughly into execu-
tives of an engineering tendency
and the reactionary, high profit
seeking, old-time boss.
Planned Economy Needed.
"In the hands of these engineers
lies the future of the capitalistic
system. If they succeed in their
desires to level out the general busi-
ness curve, to earn smaller but
steadier profits and to -erase the
evils of uncontrolled competition,
then we may arrive at a planned
system of economy that will save us
forevermore from depressions.
"Certainly adjustment of the
anti-trust acts is necessary before
we can organize business efficient-
ly. But the change of those acts to
permit unification of various in-
dustries also means that those in-
dustries will become affected with
the public good,-and a measure of
Government supervision follows.
"Such unification is not synony-
mous with sacrifice of the individ-
ual nor is it complete socialism. It
simply means the control of busi-
ness in a socitey that has become
ness in a society that has become
will not work."

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near U golf course at 1339 S. State
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WANTED-Good cottage at near
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Send for free pamphlet. B. Ham-
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Merchandise Mart, CHICAGO.
WANTED-Ride to New York, leav-
ing Ann Arbor about August 21.
Reply Michigan Daily, Box 181.

$5 REWARD for return to Univer-
sityHigh School office a small
Mosaic ring left July, 29 in the
Women's room at Lane Hall. No
questions asked. 24
FOR SALE-$15 worth of baked
goods won at the, Red Arrow
Auction. Send bids to Box 175,
Michigan Daily.
WANTED-By faculty member, gen-
tlemen, desirable single room.
September to Christmas. Box 186
car Michigan Summer Daily. 2,4,5.
LOST-Pair of Glasses in case
Call 3045. 1,2,4.
FOR SALE-Drums, traps, Deagan
xylophone in perfect condition.
Bargain for quick sale. Box 187
Michigan Daily.
WANTED-Ride to Washington, D.
C., leaving about August 15.
Will share expenses. Call 4121
Extension 502.
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Gandhi
Over

Feels Regret
Moslem Clash

SLAJIRS,

Inc.

BOMBAY, India, Aug. 4.-(iP)-A
lusty battle between divergent
groups of nationalist Mohamme-
dans resulted in injuries to about
30 persons, was a source of keen
regret today to the Mahatma M. K.
Gandhi.
Two leading sponsors of his plan
for settlement of the Hindu-moslem
communal problem were severely
beaten Monday nightand a meeting
called to approve the Nationalist
Congress' action on the matter was
thrown into an uproar when the
audience engaged in open conflict.
S. A. Brelvi, editor of the Bombay
Chronicle, was assaulted with clubs
and umbrellas when he attempted
to address the assemblage and es-
caped only by jumping through a
window.

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