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"RII AX, JULY 14, 1931

TAE BLTMM[ER MI C'SI( AN DAILY

FRIDAY, JULY 10, 1931 THE S~ThIMER MICHIGAN DAILY

Luther Visits London Banks
to Arrange for Credit of
$400,000,000.
ALSO GOES TO PARIS
Loan to Call Upon Combined
Resources of United States,
France, and England.
LONDON, July 9.-(P) - Hans
Luther, president of the German
Reichsbank, arived at Croydon
Field from Berlin this afternoon
and hurried immediately to Lon-
don for conferences with banking
officials concerning a loan to Ger-
many.
He denied himself to scores of
newspaper men who sought to
interview him at the airport and
officials at Bank of England and
the German embassy said they
were without information as to the
purpose of his visit.
Negotiations Seen.
Commentators here believe Dr.
Luther is trying to negotiate a
long-term credit of between $400,-;
000,000, and $450,000,000 through
the combined resources of New York
London and Paris, to offset with-
drawal of foreign monies from Ger-
many.
After a two-hour conference with
ambassador at the German embassy
Luther left for Paris.

Fashiion
....Plate
Jacket frocks for these cooler days
make a charming and neat ap-
pearing costume and yet solve the
problem of dressing in harmony

Division Into Sections Aids
in Coaching, McCormick
Declares.

AMERICAN STUDENTS UNDERSTAND
LITERATURE,_DECLARES OLIPHANT
"American students are quite in- Europe.
telligent in their understanding of In discussing his work, Profes-
English literature," declared Pro- sor Oliphant said, "we are merely
fesor E.H.C. Oliphant, an Austral- establishing a set of principles
ian who is offering a course this from which further study of Eliza-
summer in the determination of bethan authorship can be made.
authorship of Elizabethan drama. We do not hope to cover the entire
The question of Elizabethan au- period, but rather to provide a basis
thorship has held Professor Oli- for the student to make his own
phant's attention since his under- determination of the authorship ot
graduate days at the University of various works in the period."
Melbourne, and he is the author of Asked as to his opinion of Amer-
several books on the subject. The ican universities, he replied, "speak-
ourse fore been g veoffer asing at large-not of Michigan alone
nversi bo bheenrd gend i ay -I should say that there is too
university in the world, and is the much system. System is destruc-
result of many years of study in ive of spirit."

with the weather. To always be "Our recent division of social
properly attired is indeed an ac- dancing classes into beginning and
advanced sections has proved ex-
complishment worthy of noting, ceedingly satisfactory, both to the
and a girl does not need a great students and to the instructors,"
many dresses as long as she is well stated Miss Ethel McCormick, Dean
dressed for every occasion. The two of Women, who with the aid of her
and three piece dresses in tri-col- staff in the office of the Dean of
or combinations are in vogue right Women, conducts the dancing
at the present time. No one color courses twice each week in Barbour
seems to hold first place for all col- gymnasium.
ors are seen this season. "The new scheme has proved suc-
* * * cesful because it enables each class
"What shall I wear to tea this to receive the particular type of
afternoon?" "How do most of the coaching which it needs," she said.
girls dress?" These questions have "The advanced students enjoy
been asked frequently during the themselves far more when they can
past few days in anticipation of at- dance with partners of the same
tending the League and dormitory experience and learn new steps,
teas. It is quite a problem, for one while the beginners will progress
does hate to march into class at- much more rapidly when they are
tired in a long trailing chiffon dress, given special attention," she added.
but what is one to do if she doesn't There are about 100 people en-
have time to change before going f rolled in the advanced course which
to the tea? These two or one piece.meets on the first floor of Barbour
silk dresses of neutral or cool col- 'gymnasium and 50 beginners who
orings with white or beige gloves receive their instruction on the
and hats make an attractive ap- second floor of the same building.
pearance. Flowered chiffons are Both classes meet from 7:30 to 8:30
also appropriate if they are not too (o'clock on Mondays and Weunes-
formal in style, but on the, whole days of each week. "We can still
the weekly teas are supposed to be accomodate additional students in

C LASSIFI j
ADVERTISINS
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$5.50 for 3 meals per day; $4.75
for two meals. Slightly higher
rates by the single meal. One
half block from the Campus at
213 South Thayer. Phone 5156.
I WANTED - Student laundry. All
work guaranteed. Reasonable
prices. Socks darned and buttons
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7, 8, 9, 10, 11, 12
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8, 9, 10, 11, 12
RELIABLE CHAUFFEUR with
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Rates reasonable. Phone 4398.
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LOST--Mottled black Wahl-Ever-
sharp pencil. Finder please call
3530. Reward. 10, 11, 12

Large Audience Hears
Music School Concert
Varying her program with music
from France, Spain and Russia,
Mrs. Helena Redewill presented a
concert on the piano Wednesday
evening at the School of Music au-
ditorium before a large audience.
Mrs. Redewill appeared in the cos-
tume of Marie Antoinette as she
played the works of French com-
posers whose music centered about
the court of Louis XVI. As a Rus-
sian princess Mrs. Redewill featured
the works of Borowski, Tchaikov-
sky and also Leschetzky with whom
she has studied. The Spanish man-
tilla was the background for the
compositions of Albeniz.
After studying music at this Uni-
versity several years ago, Mrs.
Redewill has continued her work

Profesor Oliphant expressed the
opinion that there are too many
institutions which aim to instruct
in teaching without regard for the
knowledge of the subject. "No one
can teach without a love for his
field," he said.
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We have all makes
Remington, Royal,
Corona, Underwood
Colored duco finishes.

BERLIN, July 9.-(JP)-Hans Lu-
ther, president of the Reichsbank,
left for London today to discuss
a large loan for Germany.
He will discuss with the heads
of British banks, particularly Bank
of England, a large loan which
Germany must have promptly, and
hopes to convince British financiers
that the action of German indus-
tries in guaranteeing the gold dis-
count bank up to $125,000,000 en-
t i t 1e. s Germany to confidence
abroad.
Newberry Residents,
Nurses Entertained
at League Tea Dance
Yesterday afternoon the Women's
League gave a tea dance at which
the women of Helen Newberry
Residence and the women of Public
Health Nursing in the School of
Education were guests of honor.
Mrs. Barbara Bartlett and Mrs.
Grace B. Hollister poured
Those asisting the committee in
receiving the guests were Miss Ethlel
McCormick, Dean of Women, Miss
Katherine Noble, director of social
activities, Katherine O'Hearn, pres-
ident of the League, Janice Gillette,
chairman of the social comrmittee
of the League, Mildred Bachers,
Virginia McManus, Irene Holschuh,
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very informal and the girls may at-
tend in their school frocks if they
wish.
Sports Woman
Two classes are now being offered
in rhythmics by Miss Emily White,
primarily for those specializing in
music, dramatics and rhythmic
training although there is still
room for those desiring the course
for pleasure.
The beginning class meets at 9
o'clock on Monday, Wednesday and
Friday and the intermediates at
7:15 o'clock on Tuesdays and"
Thursdays.
A few more students may still
enroll in the riding class which
meets at 7:15 o'clock on Tuesday
and Thursday evenings, according
to an announcement made yester-
day by the Physical Education de-
partment. The class is under the
personal instruction of Mr. Guy
Mullison and is conducted at the
Fair Grounds.
Special tap dancing classes are
now being offered at 7:15 o'clock
on Tuesday and Thursday evenings
in Sarah Caswell Angell hall under
the direction of Miss Jean Hall, tap
dancing instructor from Detroit.
These classes are of particular ad-

I beginners may enroll until the newabroad.
'series begins on July 20" Miss Mc-
Cormick stated. "At the pr'esent -
time the classes are aboit evenly
divided between men and womeni.
Dancing with the advanced classes
for recreation is open to everyone '
who would like to come. The fr e
for the six lessons is $1.50."
"We wish to acknowledge oiur ap-
preciation for their help in con-
ducting the 'classes to Janice Gil-
lette, Erie Weber, Margaret 3utler,
Irene Holschuh, Dorothy Wilber,
Helen Pietraschiewicz, Mary Cary,
and Alice Uhlman," Miss McCor-
mick concluded.
vantage to the students who are
just entering the regular classes
and wish to make up work.
The regular periods are at four ==
o'clock on Mondays, Wednesdays
and Fridays and at 5 o'clock on
Mondays Wednesdays and Thurs-
days.
UNIVERSITY OF CHICAGO -
A full day of sports and recrea-
tional activities for all women on
the campus is held here annually.
This "Play Day" has been observed
far 15 years.

the advanced division but no new

OPEN UNTIL 11 P. M.

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SUMMER DRESSES
ONCE in a great while a sale like this is made in which you find
the finest type of clothes marked down to an unheard of low price.
We have included hundreds of our attractive Spring and Summer fashions,
which you will want to add to your wilting wardrobe. If you're thrifty
...and wise . . . and want to take advantage of one of the greatest sales
of the season . . . come early.

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SILK CREPES
Values to $25.00
$500

UNIVERSITY FLOWER SHOP
606 East Liberty Street Phc

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Flat crepes, cantons, crepes de chine.
One and two-piece street dresses. Impor-
tant spring colors and contrasting combina-
tions. Prints, plaids, checks. Long and
short sleeved dresses. Belero and cape
models. Evening and afternoon dresses
from the French Room.
SUMMER PRINTS
Values to $9.75
2for $0
Light prints with contrasting or matching
jacket. Chiffons. Unusual designs. Un-
usual colorings. Short sleeved and sleeve-
less dresses with lingerie touches or self-
trimmed.
Sizes 14 to 42

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