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Daily Official Bulletin
Pab IWU1 ou In t h BulletIn Is constructive notice to all members
of Q UWI Vralty. Copy received at the office of the Dean of the
NmUi L SsinMba untl 3:30, excepting Sundays. 11:34 a.m. Saturday.
VOLUME XI SATURDAY, AUGUST 8, 1931 NUMBER 35
Studnts of Education: Dr. F. J. Kelly, Chief, Division of Higher -Harry
Education, Federal Office of Education, Washington, D.C., and Chairman backs;
of Section III, Education and Training, White House Conference on Field
Child Health and Protection, will give a lecture on "The Interests and formi
Activities of the White House Conference on Child Health and Protec- fullba
tion" at 10 a.m., Saturday, August 8, West Ampitheatre, West Medical Captat
Building. Students enrolled in the Summer Session are invited to attend. here
John Sundwall shifte
Students of Medicine and Others Interested: Dr. William Snow, fled a
President of the National Health Council and General Director of the bulko
American Social Hygiene Association, will give a lecture on "The Inter- esid
ests and Activities of the American Social Hygiene Association," Satur- jes.
day, August 8, at 4 p.m., West Amphitheatre, West Medical Building.
All students interested are invited to attend. John Sundwall Du
Orchestra Concert: The summer school symphony orchestra, David servi
Mattern, Conductor, assisted by Mary Zolliger Gibson, Soprano; George ball1
Poinar, Violinist, and Ethel Stanton, Pianist, will give the following pro- him.
gram Sunday afternoon, August 9, at 4:15 o'clock in Hill Auditorium, to and u
which the general public with the exception of small children is in- Then
vited. Guests are requested to be seated on time as the doors will be Stan
closed during numbers. Mich
Goldmark: Overture, "Sakuntata"; E. Weber: Concerstuck for Piano go ba
and Orchestra (Ethel Stanton); Wagner: "Siegfried Idyl"; Mascagui: ed re
Aria, "Vol 1o Sapete" from "Cavalleria Rusticana" (Mary Zollinger Gib- out in
son); Bruch: oncerto in G Minor for Violin and Orchestra (George guard
Poinar) Wilson: Overture "New Orleans" (Mardi Gras). ed to
Charles A. Sink paign
Dr. H. M. Westergaard will give an illustrated lecture on "HOOVER backfi
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 Ano
interested are.invited, backs
Annual "All Education Banqqet" will be held at the Michigan League, showe
Tuesday evening, August 11, at 6:30 p.m. All teachers and those inter- The h
ested in teaching are invited. Speakers will include Professor Arnold the gr
Sommerfeld of the University of Munich, Germany, and Professor to put
Thomas Marshall of Washington University, St. Louis, Mo. Dean J. B. game,
Edmonson will act as Toastmaster. Tickets $1.50. Call University Ex- Big T
change 520 of Phone 23763 for reservations. Following the banquet remain
there will be a social hour. This function is sponsored by both Women's him t
and Men's Educational Clubs..wingY
was the case last year, Coach
Kipke will have a lot of full-
scattered about South Ferry
this fall, most of them per-
ng at other positions than
ck. First, of course, will be
in Roy Hudson, who came
as a quarterback, then was
d to half and last year quali-
it full. Hudson will do the
of the work. but will have a
erable number of understud-
* * *
val Goldsmith, winner of a
Te award last year, may see
ce if he learns to hold the
when it is passed back to
Goldy hits the line hard
usually is good for yardage.
, it is not improbable that
Hozer, who stands out as
igan's hardy perennial will
ack to that post. Stan play-
eserve fullback in 1928, was
in 1929, went into the line at
d last year, then was shift-
end. He finished the cam-
n as regular flanker. But,
ouch prefers to work in the
here, besides playing the position
in high school. Morrison was all-
state fullback for two years, but
inasmuch as he has been shift-
ed to center and may win All-
American honors there this year,,
he will of course stay at the pivot
position. On defense he is pull-
ed out of the forward wall, and
ranks as one of the best defen-
sive fullbacks ever seen in the
Michigan uniform. La Jeunesse
is one of the hardest players on
the team. He is much better
suited to work at the guard po-
sition which he held down in
1930 than he is to handling the
* * *
The sophomore crop, with Ever-
hardus, Fay and Jack Heston as the
leading backfield aspirants, may
continue some fullbacking this fall.
Everhardus is a triple threat art-
ist, while Fay can both plunge, or-
dinarily a fullback's task, and slant
off tackle. He weighs 175 pounds,
but has as much power as many
heavier line smashers.
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Today, 11:30 to 1:30
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$5 REWARD for return to Univer-
sity High School officea small
Mosaic ring left July 29 in the
Women's room at Lane Hall. No
questions asked. 24
WANT ADS PAY
A. O. Pi Sorority pin. Finder please
return to Helen O. O. Belcher,
920 Monroe. Reward.
FOR SALE-Drums, traps, Deagan
xylophone in perfect condition.
Bargain for quick sale. Box 187
WANTED-Ride to Southern Min-
nesota, leaving August 28th or
29th. Will do driving or share
expenses. Call 8452 evenings.
6, 8, 11
WANTED-Ride to eastern Minne-
sota or western Wisconsin after
summer session. Will share ex-
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COUPLE WANT transportation to
New York. Leaving Ann Arbor
about August 21. Box 190 Michi-
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References exchanged. P h o e
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Will share expenses. Call 4121
$15 bakery credit goes to the high-
est bidder. The bid is $8.15 so
far-going, going-Reply Box 175,
LOST-Gray Conklin fountain pen.
Reward for finder. Corbett
Franklin, 402 Banjamin, 2-1046.
ther potentially strong full-
is Roddy Cox. Cox was tied
the position a year ago and
d strong defensive qualities.
heavy casualties suffered in
oup of wingmen forced Kipke
Lt him at end in the Purdue
the opening contest of the
en campaign, however, and he
ned there until injuries sent
o the bench. The excellent
matrial this year may send
Lnd Hozer back to their old
Potato Salad with Cold Meats
Hot Beef or Pork Sandwich
5:30 to 7:30
Faculty Concert: Mabel Ross Rhead, Associate Professor of Piano
in the School of Music, will give the following program at a Faculty
Concert, Tuesday evening, August 11, in Hill Auditorium at 8:15 p.m. to
which the general public with the exception of small children is in-
Bach-Tausig: Toccata and Fugue in D Minor; Chopin: Nocturne
Op. 27, No. 2; Mazurka Op. 33, No. 4; Etude Op. No. 3; Etude: Op. 25,
No. 6; Sonata Op. 35, Grave; Doppio Movimento; Scherzo; Lento; Presto;
Liszt: Etude in F Minor; Ravel: Alberada del Grocioso.
Charles A. Sink
Phi Delta Kappa-There will be no luncheon this week Tuesday;
neither will there be a picnic on Wednesday as announced in the bul-
letin. 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
Union. L. 0. Andrews, President
Bacteriological Incubator: The University Health Service desires
to buy or exchange a bacteriological incubator.
Warren E. Forsythe
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Lindberghs' Oriental Trip
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for about eight hours, the flying
time to the Faroe islands being
Both Doc Morrison and Omer
La Jeunesse worked as fullbacks
during their sophomore years
Faster Air Records
CLEVELAND, Aug. 7.-(IP)-That
a faster speed than any land plane
ever has traveled before will be
attained in the National Air Races
here Aug. 29 to Sept. 7 was the
prediction today of Maj. James H.
Doolittle. It will be very close to
300 miles an hour, he said.
Doolittle, "the flying hellion,"
himself will fly a plane which he
expects will have a 300-mile-an-
hour speed. He was to inspect it
today as it nears completion in the
E. M. Laird plant at Chicago.
The fastest any land plane thus
far has traveled is 278.48 miles an
hour, a record made by Adj. Bon-
net of France at Istres, France.
The American record is held by
Lieut. Alford Williams, former
navy ace, who took a plane 266.59
miles an hour at Mineola, L. I., in
Doolittle said he expects three
aviation speed records to be broken
in this year's races.
We have all makes
Colored duco finishes. Price $60
0. D. MORRILL
314 South State St. Phone 6615
OLYMPIC HEROES EULOGIZE IN VERSE
IN ANCIENT GREECE it took days,
weeks, even months to broadcast
news of the Olympic Games. Heroes
of those games were eulogized in
verse which often did not appear
until long after the events had taken
place. Many times the victor re-
turned home with no advance tid-
ings to herald his coming.
THE NEws of sporting events today
is flash >d over the wires the moment
the contests are concluded. The
Associated Press has a trained staff
covering sporting events of the
world. For the latest sports news
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sauntered about the station plat-
form. Silkhatted, morning-coated
he was smiling and talking con-
tinually as he awaited the special
train which he sent to the Italian
border to get the visitors.
He exhibited that ease of domin-
ant confidence which he often
shows in public when he shook
hands with the Germans as they
stepped off the train. He chatted
for a moment with Bruening and
instantly created an atmosphere
of cordiality which made them seem
like old friends.
They spent five minutes in pass-
ing through lines of brilliantly uni-
formed guards and well-armed,
plainclothesmen to waiting auto-
mobiles, with a minute for the us-
ual battery of cameras.
The Germans' intentions to deal
frankly with such questions as
their financial difficulties, Balkan
politics, reparations, and disarma-
ment thus were made easy by the
attitude of their host whose usual
method is to get to the heart of tht:
subject at once and talk with start-
After the reception, Bruening
and Curtius were given just time
enough to take a bath and a brief
rest before going to the Palazzo
Venezia for the first talk.
OTTAWA, Aug. 7. - (P) - Col.
1 Charles A. Lindbergh and his wife
were still fog-bound at Aklavik to-
day. By radio and land lines word
reached the department of national
defence that dense fog hung over
the area between Aklavik and Point
'Barrow, next stop in the flight.
U, So COTTON TRADE
OPPOSES_ EICH BID
German Proposal Sponsored by
WASHINGTON, Aug. 7.-(IP)-The!
farm board had before it for early
consideration today a proposal from
.Germany for the purchase of stabil-
ization cotton on long-term credits
and protests against the plan from
the American cotton trade.
The administration - sponsored
proposition to permit the farm
board to unload some of its 1,300,-
000 bales of cotton to stimulate that
industry and at the same time aid
Germany met opposition before the
offer of the reich was received.
4 for $1
In order to close out our stock
of summer hats f or the season
we are offering our entire stock
of summer hats except the more
expensive panamas at this great
reduction. Among the many
bargains offered you will surely
find one which will please you.
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