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Reading Examinations in French: Examinations to test the reading
knowledge of French required for the degree of Ph.D., will be offered to
candidates in the departments listed below on Saturday, August 6, at 9
a. m., in room 108 Romance Languages Building. Students wishing to pre-
sent themselves must register on or before July 30, in room 112 or room 100
Romance Languageg Building.
This announcement applies only to candidates for the degree of Ph.D.
in the following departments of Greek, Latin, English, German, History,
Economics, .Sdciology, Political Science, Philosophy, and Education.
University High School Assembly: A demonstration assembly of the
University High School Summer Session will be held at eleven o'clock Fri-
day morning in the University High School auditorium. The program is
being presented by pupils in the general science and social studies classes.
Any Summer Session students who are interested are welcome to attend.
the assembly.-,
Theatre Picture Exhibit: By arrangement with the publishers, D. Ap-
pleton & Co., an exhibition of original drawings by Thomas Wood Stevens
is on view in the Lydia Mendelssohn Theatre lobby. They are from Mr.
Steven's recent book, "The Theatre from Athens to Broadway," and rep-
resent various phases in the development of the stage.
Graduate School: All 'Graduate School students who expect to com-
plete their work for a degreeat the close of the present Summer Session
should call at the office of the Graduate School, 1014 Angell Hall, to check
their records and to secure the proper blank to be used in paying the dip-
loma fee. The, fee should be paid before Saturday, August 6.
G. Carl Huber, Deant
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Master's Degree Canxlidates in History: An opportunity to meet thet
language requirement for this Degree will be offered today, at 2 p. in., in
1009 A.H.
Organ Graduation, Recital: Elinor Wortley, A.B., will give an organ
graduation recital, Monday afternoon, August 1 at 4:15 o'clock in Hill 'Au-
ditorium to which the geneial public is invited. The program is as follows:
Rameau, Menuett et Gigue en Rondeau; Bach, Passacaglis and Fugue in
C minor; Widor, Adagio (Symphony VD; Vierne, Allegro (Symphony IV);
Franck, Choral in B minor; Schmitt, 'Prelude; Bonnet, Concert Variations.t
Charles A. Sink
Women's Education Club: The club will be the quests of Pi Lambda1
Theta, honorary Educational Sorority, at the Michigan League Monday,{
August 1, at 7:15. Dr. Frank P. Bachman, of the George Peabody College
foir Teachers in Tennessee, visiting professor for the week, will be the
speaker. All members of Pi Lambda Theta and the Women's Education
Club are invited. Refreshments and Sociaj hour will follow.
Michigan Socialist Club: Mr. Dennis Batt will speak on "The Political
and Economic Outlook" this afternoon at 5:00 in'the Natural Science Audi-
torium. Everyone is cordially invited.
Mixed and Women's Tennis Tournament: An open tennis tournament
for students "is to, be held on Palmer Field courts beginning August 2nd.
Entries are to be made at the Women's Athletic Building by August -1st at
the information desk. The events will be: Mixed doubles; Women's
doubles; Women's singles. A charge of 25 cents will be made for each
event. Players may register singly for the doubles events if they wish.
Chinese Students: You are urged to be present at the club picnic at
Island Park Saturday, July 30.' Please meet at Lane Hall at 2 p. m. Bring
your friends along.
Treasure Hunt-Women Students: Women students are invited to at-
tend the treasure hunt, swim, and supper on Friday, July 29th. Students
intending to go !should sign up in Room -15, Barbour Gymnasium by Fri-
day noon. A fee of 25 cents will be charged. The party will start from
Barbour Gymnasium at 5:30 o'clock.

U. S. Interests
Plan to Protest
Empire Terms
$3,000,000 Welfare Aid
Fund Is First Established
Under New Law
OTTAWA, Ont., July 28.-(AP)-
American interests, eyeing the Brit-
ish imperial economic conference
closely in an effort .to protect their
trade advantages in Canada, began
today the drafting of a unofficial
statement of views.
The Americans, outsiders at the
conference but keenly interested,
planned to indicate the disadvant-
ages that might result to Canadian-
American trade if certain proposals
before the conference were agreed to.
At the same time Great Britain
sought diplomatically to force Can-
ada's hand, and to lern what favors
British indust'y may expect in re-
turn for preference tariffs favoting
Canada.
From the outset Great Britain has
rnade it clear that she cannot act
upon dominion requests for export
advantages until she knows what to
expect in return.
Conference procedure provides that
the daughter nations agree among'
themselves on trade bargains before
Great Britain discusses separately
with each what favors she must1
claim.
The various delegations, represent-
ing the numerous untis of the Brit-
ish Empire, are inclined to delay ac-
tual bargaining until Canada, titular1
leader of the conference, indicates
what she intends to offer in return
for what she hopes to receive.
Canada, on the other hand, has1
appeared to be waiting to see what
Great Britain intends to do.
The interest of the United States;
Argentina and Qther non-empire na-:
tions centers around Canada's stand.
These outside Vtions are especially
concerned as to what Canada will
offer Great Britain.
BRIGHT SPOT
802 Packard'Street
TODAY 11:30 to 1:30
Potato Salad with Salmon
or Cold Meats
Shrimp Salad with Potato Chips
Fried Perch
Hot Beef and ISork Sandwiches
Mashed Potatoes - Sliced Tomatoes
Cake Ice Cream - Jello
Coffee - Milk
30c
5:30 to 7:30
Soup
Baked Stuffed White Psh
Baked Fillets with Butter Sauce
Vegetable Plate with Eggs or Beef
Breaded Veal Cutlets
Pork Chops
Ham and Cabbage
Roast Beef
Mashed Or French Fried Potatoes
Sliced Cucumbers, Scalloped Tomatoes
Pie C-Cake --- Ice Cream - Melon
Coffee Tea Milk
40c

Ifeads Finance Board

(Associated Press Photo)
Atlee Pomerene of Cleveland, for-
mer United States serpator from Ohio,
has been named as a director of the
Reconstruction Finance corporation.
He will succeed Gen. Charfes G.
Dawes as chairman.-
Danzig Charges Poland
With 'Throdling' Trade
DANZIG, Germany, July 28.-(AP)
-Danzig commercial, industrial and
agricultural organizations adopted a
joint resolution today charging Po-
land with increasing daily abuses of
the existing customs and economics
union.
Systematic discrimination aganist
Danzig's products is being carried
out, the resolution said, at the same
time that Danzig is helpless against
dumping of Polish merchandise.
Last spring the first proposal was
made to take Danzig's troubles to
the league. Under the Warsaw con-
vention of Oct. 21, 1921, Polish raw
materials were permitted to pass
duty free into Danzig to be turned
into finished artciles which were then
to be admitted duty free into Poland.

Illinois Give.
Federal Loan
To Help Needy
Fear Canadian - American
Trade Losses; England
Seeks Dominion' Offer
WASHINGTON, July 28.-(AP)--
Exactly a week after the new federal
relief bill became law, Illinois today
has a $3,000,000 addition to her bank
account with which to feed and care
for the needy.
A federal loan of that amount-
at 3 per cent interest-was an-
.nounced by the Reconstruction Fi-
nance corporation Wednesday and
made available immediately because
it "appears that relief funds will be
exhausted in certain localities" of
that state by Mnoday.
Finding quick advancement of the
money' necessaryt the corporation
chose not to wait until its directorate
was completed. Atlee Pomerene, most
recently selected director, had not
reached the capital. One more mem-
ber of the board must yet be named
by President Hoover.
The, federal agency, agreeing to
lend the money out of the $300,000,-
000 fund in the new $2,122,000,000
relief act signed last, Thursay, said
it would expect all states to meet
their own needs as far as possible
"and call upon the corporation only
as a last resort." Otherwise, it
added, the $300,000,000 would hot be
enough.
Other applications for state loans
are pending, but it was believed the
corporation would withhold action
on most of them until the new di-
rectors take office.
The treasury said just about the
time the Illinois loan was announced
that it was having no trouble raising
$650,000,000 through note issues. Of-
fers to buy these notes totaled $5,-
500,000,000.

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PACKARD STREET GROUNDS
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Freeman's Dinino Room
One block north from Hll Auditorium
Excellent Quality - Reasonable Prices

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ADMISSION TICKETS ON SALE CIRCUS DAY
AT PECK'S DRUG STORE, 106 SOUTH MAIN ST.
SP ECIoAL PRICE
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T-oH-E rW4NNr?
of the
1932 CHEVROLET COACH
to be given away ABSOLTELY FREE
at
SYLVAN GARDENS
- SAND LAKE
112 Miles South of Irish Hills Towers - Just off U.S. 112
WEDNESDAY, AUGUST 3rd, 11-P.M.
ADMISSION 2g-which includes Two Free Dance Tickets
Also One Free Chance on the Chevrolet.
DANCING 8:30 to 1:30
RAY GORRELL and His 13 ENTERTAINERS
EVERY FRIDAY IS U. OF M. NITE
Featuring: THE FROHNE SISTERS-N.B.C. ARTISTS
Jack Rosevear-Sensational Pianist
DOROTHY DERRICK -FAMOUS CREOLE BLUES SINGER
Radio and Recording Artist.
Take Advantage of this Introductory Ticket
ADMIT ONE OR TWO
Sylvan Gardens - Sand Lake
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