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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.

UME XI

THURSDAY, AUGUST 6, 1931

NUMBER 331

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.
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 partyE
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. Approximately1
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 +
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
School of Education: All students completing requirements for
graduation at the end of the present Summer Session should pay diploma
and Teacher's Certificate fees before the end of the Session. Blanks for
this purpose may be secured at the office of the Recorder of the School
of Education, 1437 University Elementary School.
Elizabeth Clark, Recorder
Pi"Lambda Theta. Dr. Bell and Miss Laurie Campbell are enter-
taining Pi Lambda Theta at dinner, 6:00 tonight at the Women's Ath-
letic Building. Please call University Extension 721 to make reservation.
Esther L. Belcher
A Picnic Supper for Presbyterian Students will be held at the Pres-
byterian Church House, 1432 Washtenaw Avenue, this evening at 6
o'clock.
University Women: The last outdoor swimming party for women
will be held on Friday, August 7th, at one of the nearby lakes. The
fee will be fifty cents and tickets should be purchased from the Physical
Education office in Barbour Gymnasium before Friday noon.
The group will leave Barbour Gymnasium at five o'clock. All women
students are cordially invited.
Wesleyan Guild Party-Friday, August 7, at 8 p. m.: An informal
party will be given for Summer Session students at Wesley Hall, corner
of State and Huron Streets, on Friday, August 7, at 8 o'clock.
Students, young and old, are cordially invited to join with us in
music, games and refreshments which will be provided by the commit-
tees in charge of the program.
PARACHUTE EXPERT GETS PICTURE
OF SELF DURING 4,000 FOOT FALL

HEFLIN OPENS SIT
FOR SENATE POST
Former Senator Holds Bankhead
Lost Election Because of
Excess Expenditure.
WASHINGTON, Aug. 5.-(IP)-The
contention that J. Thomas Heflin
and not John Bankhead was elect-1
ed to the senate last November on
the ground that the latter exceeded1
the limit allowed in Alabama for
campaign expenses was laid today
before the senate elections sub-
committee.
In a letter to Senator Hastings of
Delaware, chairman of the group,
Frank A. Hampton, Heflin's attor-
ney in the contest over the seat,
charged Bankhead had disqualified
himself by spending $11,531, or $1,
531 in excess of the $10,000 limit
for nomination and election ex-
penses.
Copies of statements of receipts
and expenditures filed by Bank-
head with the Alabama secretary
of state accompanied the letter,
which also cited the code.
"The contestant alleges and be-
lieves," the letter said, "that he
will be able to show to your com-
mittee expenditures for Mr. Bank-
head's campaign of many thous-
ands of dollars in addition to the
amounts shown in Mr. Bankhead's
statements.
"We submit that inasmuch as Mr.
Bankhead's disqualification must
have taken place prior to the gen-
eral election of 1930, the only qual-
ified, eligible and lawful candidate
for United States senator in that
election was Senator J. Thomas
Heflin.
"Senator Heflin received more
than one hundred thousand votes.
We submit that he was elected
United States Senator to succeed
himself and is now entitled to be
seated as United States senator
from Alabama."
Big Crowd Expected
at Zep's Christening
AKRON, O., Aug. 5.-(P)-Final
arrangements are being made here
for the elaborate program Saturday
which will accompany the christen-
ing of the navy's giant new Zeppe-
lin, the "Akron," by Mrs. Herbert
Hoover.
Mrs. Hoover is to arrive shortly
before Saturday noon by train from
Washington. She will be guest of
honor at a luncheon and reception
at the Portage Country club and
then will go to the scene of the
ceremony.
President P. W. Litchfield of the
Goodyear company, which has con-
structed the big dirigible, Rear Ad-
miral William E. Moffett and Mrs.
Hoover will be the only speakers.
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SPRTS

BLOOMINGTON, Aug. 5 - The
small speedy football men who
gained for Indiana university teams
the name "Scrappin' Hoosiers" are
:still in abundance on the Crimson
roster but there will be also a num-
ber of bigger men this year. The
average Indiana man will scale 172
pounds and be 5 feet 10 inches tall
this fall. Fifteen are over 190
pounds and 11 over six feet.
Indiana's harvest of sopho-
more talent from last year's
freshman squad of 111 mem-
bers appears unusually fruit-
ful with at least six conceded
an even chance by the coaches
to make the varsity in their
first year. They are: Ray Dau-
er, Gary, quarterback; Fitz-
hugh Lyons, Ft. Wayne, tackle;
Edwin Anglemyer, Goshen, a
tackle; Robert I. Jones, Wa-
bash, fullback; George (Red)
Stevenson, Lawrenceville, Ill.,
tackle; Halary Sawicki, George-
town, Ill., halfback.
* * *
Coach E. C. Hayes will make his
debut as a Big Ten coach with at
least 82 huskies, the preliminary
roster reveals. In this group he
has 13 returning lettermen, 32 men
with more or less varsity experi-
ence, and 37 sophomores with
which to meet Ohio University, No-
tre Dame, Ohio State, and Pur-
due on the home field in addition
to four conference games away
from home.
* * 4
Indiana didn't have to go far
for its new grid coach last
spring when Pat Page went to
Chicago. The Athletic Board
of Control drafted Coach E. C.
Hayes, one of the South's most
successful former grid coaches
and Indiana's wizard track
mentor, who will open his first
season at Indiana Sept. 15
when the blowing of practice

whistles will ring out on Big l
Ten football fields. Hayes had ,
been assistant grid coach at
Indiana since 1924, and is ful-
ly acquainted with the situa-
tion at the Hoosier institution.
He will have as assistants A.
J. Butch Nowack, former Illi-
nois all-American lineman who
came to Indiana last spring l
from Mt. Pleasant, Mich., Nor-
mal; Coach W. H. Thom, and
Paul Harrell.
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$5 REWARD for return to Univer-
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CHANUTE FIELD, Rantoul, Ill.,
Aug. 5.-(P)-Acting Corporal Gar-
land E. Cain of the UnitedStates
army corps knows today just how
he looked when he made a para-
chute jump of 4,000 feet Tuesday.
He took pictures of himself as he
descended.
Two built-over cameras of mid-
get size, each weighing three
ounces, were used. They were tied
to his chest. Eight of the pictures
were upward views, which included
close-ups of his facial expressions.
The other were downward views.
Commenting on the experiment,
Lieut. James A. Mars, comman-
dant of the air corps technical
school at Chanute Field, said that
"successful completion of this test
mayresult in the development of
parachute maneuvers that have not
presented themselves yet."
He added that the test proved
that with coolness, the jumper may
rely on the safety of his parachute,
leaving himself free to do other
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work on his descent.
"I had a lot of things to remem-
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shot holding the camera out at
arm's length directed at my face. I
had then fallen about 800 feet. I
was concerned that I might be
working too fast and failing to get
'results."
PRINCETON UNIVERSITY - A
Yale graduate, Charles Cook Paul-
ding, vice president of the New
York Central railroad, donated $15,-
000 for a scholarship here.

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