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Daily Official Bulletin
Publi ation 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 FRIDAY, AUGUST 7, 1931 NUMBER 34
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.
University Women: The last outdoor swimming party fog women
will be held today 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.
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 numbe._s
which can be accommodated will be limited. Students going in private
cars need no tickets. Carlton F. Wells
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
Orchestra Concert: The summer school symphony orchestra, David
Mattern, Conductor, assisted by Mary Zolliger Gibson, Soprano; George'
Poinar,-Violinist and Ethel Stanton, Pianist, will give the following pro-
gram Sunday afternoon, August 9, at 4:15 o'clock in Hill Auditorium, to
which the general public with the exception of small children is in-
vited. Guests are requested to be seated on time as the doors will be
closed during numbers.
Goldmark: Overture, "Sakuntata"; E. Weber: Concerstuck for Piano
and Orchestra (Ethel Stanton); Wagner: "Siegfried Idyl"; Mascagui:
Aria, "Vol lo Sapete" from "Cavalleria Rusticana" (Mary Zollinger Gib-
son); Bruch: oncerto in G Minor for Violin and Orchestra (George
Poinar) Wilson: Overture "New Orleans" (Mardi Gras).
Charles A. Sink
Dr. H. M. Westergaard will give an illustrated lecture on "HOOVER
DAM" at 1:30 p.m., Monday, August 10, 1931 in room 445 West Engineer-
ing Building. This is presented as a part of the course E. M. 24. Those
interested are 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, tonight 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.
ALIEN RUNNING RING
Doak Says 10 Leaders of Group
Have Been Taken; Illegal
WASHINGTON, Aug. 6.-(iP)-The
breaking up of a New York ring
that was reported to have brought
100,000 aliens into this country il-
legally in the past 10 years, has
been announced by the Govern-
William N. Doak, Secretary of
Labor, said 10 of the leaders of the
ring had been arrested for illegally
selling return permits to aliens
barred from entering the United
States. Three were employees of
the immigration bureau in New
York. All were residents of that
Those arrested were Edward
Burns and Albert F. Borrelli, nat-
uralization clerks at Ellis Island;
Simon Rothberg, immigration clerk;
Robert Badler, Spiro Dracopoulas
and John Salitario, private bankers
and steamship agents; B. Paggioli,
private banker; Joseph Sousa, tailor
and steamship agent, and Gus
Schieman and Anthony Allocca, real
While all the ramifications of the
ring have not been traced, Doak
said, the arrests were believed to
have broken up one of the biggest
rings of racketeers in the country.
Return permits are supposed to
be issued only to aliens legally in
the United States and wishing to
leave and return. The existence of
fraudulent returns was disclosed a
few months ago when a number of
men were apprehended in New
York on charges of blackmailing
aliens illegally liveing here. They
were accused of threatening the
aliens with deportation unless they
paid blackmail and using forged
deportation warrants as a threat.
This function is sponsored by both
Women's and Men's Educational
MANY ISIT ANNUAL
Biology Camp Authorities Termj
Visitor's Day A Success;
(Special to Thec Daily)
DOUGLAS LAKE,, Aug. 6-More,
than 800 persons from all parts of
Michigan visited the Michigan Bio-
logical station here last week-end
to see the annualexhibition of stu-
ient work at the station. The visi-
tor's day program was a success in
every way, camp authorities said
Guests were conducted in groups
of 10 to 15 around the itinerary by
camp guides. From the club house,
where punch and cookies were serv-
ed, they were directed to the ento-
mology laboratoryandtshown sev-
eral reels of conservation depart-
ment motion pictu es. The plant
advantagesand improvements were
pointed out during the tour. Twen-
ty-two buildings and exhibits were
included in the itinerary.
The entire membership of the
camp was organized for the event,
and every person had a definite as-
signment. The exhibits were said
to be of unusually high quality,
and attracted much favorable com-
Peace Treaty Sought
for Paraguay, Bolivia
WASHINGTON, Aug. 6.-(IP)-
Five neutral republics of North and
South America today directed notes
to Bolivia and Paraquay asking of
they were disposed to draw up a
pact of non-aggression in the long
disputed Chaco boundary region be-
tween the two countries.
The five neutrals-the United
States, Mexico, Cuba, Colombia and
Uruguay-seek a resumption of
diplomatic negotiations following
last month's diplomatic rupture
growing out of an exchange of
statements between the Bolivian le-
gation and the Paraguayan charge
d'affaires in Washington over their
respective nations' military estab-
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object of a plot when a bomb ex-
business district a few hours be-
fore he arrived there with Queen
Elena for the launching of the new
Italian, liner, Rex. The bomb
shattered windows in the vicinity
weeit exploded and caused a
considerable panic among residents.
Investigations are in progress to
determine the source.
Phi Delta Kappa-There will be
neither will there be a picnic on
Wednesday as announced in the
no luncheon this week Tuesday,
bulletin. Members are urged to go
to the Education Banquet which is
being held at the Michigan League
on Tuesday evening, August 11.
There will be a final luncheon on
Tuesday, August 18 at the Michigan
(L. O. Andrews, Pres.)
Bacteriological Incubator: The
University Health Service desires to
buy or exchange a bacteriological
Warren E. Forsythe
Annual "All Education Banquet"
will be held at the Michigan League,
Tuesday evening, August 11, at 6:30
p.m. All teachers and those inter-
ested in teaching are invited.
Speakers will include Professor Ar-
nold Sommerfield of the University
of Munich, Germany, and Professor
Thomas Marshall of Washington
University, St. Louis, Mo. Dean J.
B. Edmonson will act at Toast-
master. Tickets $1.50. Call Uni-
versity Exchange 520 or Phone 23763
for reservations. Following the
banquet there will be a social hour.
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