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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

SUNDAY, JULY 31,

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Publication in the Buletin is constructive notice to all members of the
University. Copy rece'ived at the office of the Dean of the Sum*er Session
until 3:30, excepting Sundays. 11:30 a. m. Saturday.
VOLUME XHI SUNDAY; JULY 31, 1932 NUMBER° 30
Excursion No. 11-New Michigan State Prison: The objective of the
last excursion of the Summer Session will be the new Michigan State
Prison, three miles north of Jackson. The visit inside the walls will in-
clude inspection of a typical cell lo&k, prison textile industry, the dining
hall and.kitchens, the auditorium-theatre, and the administration building.'
The party leaves in special buses Saturday, August 6, at 7:45 a. m., from
in front of Angeil Hall, returning to Ann Arbor at 12:15 p. m. Approx-
imately one and one-half hours will be spent at "the prison.
Persons driving in private cars must secure reservations at Room 9 Uni-
versity Hall, as Well as those wishing bus transportation. The number
which can be accommodated is limited.
Reading Examirnations 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 1'08 Romance Languages Building. Students wishing to pre-
sent themselves must register on or before July 30, in room 112 or room 100
Romance Languages Building.
This' announcement applies only to candidates for the degree of Ph.D.
in the following departments: Greek, Latin, English, German, History
Economics, Sociology, Political Science, Philosophy, and Education.
Graduate School: All Graduate School students who expect to com-
plete their work for a degree at the close of the present Summer Session
should call at the office Pf 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, Dean
Candidates For Teachers' Certificates: All students who expect to be
recommended for a .Teache'r's Certificate at the end of the present Sum-
mer Session should pay their 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 U. Elementary School.

Messages in Plot Against Banks
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A plot against .large banks of the country was revealed by police
in Poiitiac, Mich. In a raid on a hotel room they found letters: and
telegrams (two of which are shown above) which showed the methods
of operation of what polite described as "a bold plot to wreck the
financial structure of major cities." George Rowland, in whose room
the telegrams were found, was sought as the leader of the ring.

Locked Trunk
folds Record
OfSlain Yet
CHICAGO, July 30.-AP)-A locked
trunk in his windowless room in his
brother's basement fiat on Chicago's
southwest side held the story of Wil-
ham Hashka's war record tonight.
First word his brother Charles re-

ceived of William's death in today's
riot in Washington was when he
came home from work to find a
group of reporters with Mrs. Hashka.
A discrepancy in names was ex-
plained when the brother of the slain
man said the family name in Lithu-
ania was Huska, but that William
discovered his naturalization papers
spelled the name Hashka. The new
spelling was adopted and William
went into the army in 1917 under
that name.
"William went to Washington be-
cause he couldn't find a job," Mrs.

I garten, 11:00 a. m. Morning Prayer and Sermon, "What will ,we let Re-
ligion Do" by the Reverend Henry Lewis.
Wesley Hall: Student Guild at 6:30 p. m. Mr. W. G. Robinson will
speak on "Recreation andd Religion." Fellowship hour will follow.
Classes in Religion Ins truction: 10:00 a. m. Class in Harris Hall will
not meet. 8:00 p. m. the Recto'ry, 725 Oxford Road, "Christian Philosophy
of Life," leader Mr. Lewis.
Harris Hall Tea from four to six p. m. All Summer Session students
are welcome.
Southern Illinois Students Meeting: All students from the southern
half of Illinois please meet in front of Angell Hall Tuesdady evening at
7:30 o'clock for the purpose of making arrangements for the annual picnic.
H. C. Malan, J. L. Buford, R. W. Kober

Charles Hashka told reporters. "His
wife divorced him and has remarried.
Tteir one daughter, Loretta, was liv-
ing with her mother the last we
heard. He told us he might as well
go to Washington with a group of
Chicago friends as live with us
without a job."
In broken English Charles Hush-
ka explained that he did not know
what regiment William served with
since the slain man had taken his
discharge to Washington as required
by the bonus expeditionary force, as
the group he joined was known.
Other data on the slain man's life
in the army was said by his brother
and sister-in-law to be in the locked
trunk.
Robert Cook, organizer, of the-
bonus contingent of which Hashka
was a member, recalled the slain man
was recruited from the Halstead
street 1beadlines.
It was this contingent that created
somewhat of a stir during the Re-
publican National convention when
the men forced their way into the
Congress hotel headquarters of the
party'sresolutionscommittee and
demanded an inclusion of a plank
in the party platform providing for
immediate adjustment of the bonus.

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Book
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- School of Education.: All students completing requirements for gradu-
ation 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
purpope may be secured at the office of the Recorder of the School of Edu-
cation, 1437 U. Elementary School. '
Elizabeth B. Clark, Recorder
University Symphony Orchestra: Special rehearsal Monday 2 p. m.
Morris Hall. No. excuses for absence. David Mattern
' Summer School Chorus and Mens Glee Club will, meet Monday at 7
p. m instead of Tuesday this week, Morris Hall. An entirely new program
will be rehearsed. David Mattern
Physics Colloquium: Dr. E. F. Baker will report on "The Experiments
of Hardy, Baker and ,Dennison which Prove the Existence' of a Heavier
Isotope of Hydrogen, and Determine its Mass with Precision," at 4:15 p. m.
'Tuesday, in 'Room 1041, East Physics Building. All interested are cordially
invited to attend.
A gallery talk: On the exhibition of,, paintings in the Architectural
Building wil' be given on ,Wednesday, August 3, at 4:00 o'clock by Mr.
Fred H. Aldrich. Mr. Aldrich is well-known as an artist here, and is asso-
ciated with the Faculty of the College of Architecture. The exhibition is
hung in the ground-floor corridor of the Architectural Building,
The exhibition and discussion are open to the public.
Language Examination. for M.A. Candidates in English: A writtgn ex-,
mination in the reading knowledge of French and German for candidates
for the M.A. Degrep in English will be given i9 2225 A.H. on Thursday,
August 4, at 1:30 p. m.
Organ Graduation Recital: Elinor Wortley, A.B., will give an organ
graduation relital, Monday afternoon, August 1 at 4:15 o'clock in Hill Au-
ditorium to which the general public is invited. The program is as follows:
Rameau, Menuett et Gigue en Rondeau; Bach, Passacaglis and Fugue in
C minor; Widor, Adagio -(Symphony VI); Vierne, Allegro (Symphony IV);
Franck, Choral in B minpr; Schmitt, Prelude; Bonnet, Concert Variations.
Charles A. Sink
Faculty Concert: Palmer Christian, University Organist, and Joseph
Brinkman, Assistant Professor of Piano in the School of Music, will give
the following program in the Faculty Concert Series, Tuesday evening, 1

August 2, at 8:15 o'clock, in Hill Auditorium, to which the public, with the
exception of small children is invited: Milligan, Prelude on the Traditional
Hebrew Melody, "Mooz Zur"; Jepson, Pantomine; James, Andante Canta-
bile (Conata for Organ) (Mr. Christian): Carpenter, Diversions (Allegret-
to-Lento-Moderato); Brinkman, Song and Dance; Brinkman, Andantino
(from Sonata); Sowerby, Cantus Heroicus (Mr. Brinkman): Sowerby, Med-
iaeval Poem, for Organ and Piano (Mr. Christian and Mr. Brinkman).
Charles A. Sink
Modern Poetry will be the subject of discussion at the meeting of the
Liberal Student's Union at 7:30 Sunday night. There will be refreshments
and dancing. The group meets in the church parldrs at the corner of State
and Huron Streets.
- A Musicale will be given at Jordan Hall for the residents and their
friends on Sunday, July 1, at 4:30 p. m. Mr. Roland Dittl, Pianist, will
give the program.
Mixed knd Women's Tennis Tournament: An open tennis tournament.
fqr students is to be held on Palmer Field courts beginning August 2nd.
Ehtries are to be made at the Women's Athletic Building by Audust 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
evert. Players may register singly for the doubles events if they wish.
Women's Education Club: The club will be the guests di Pi Lambda
Theta, honorary Educational Sorority, at the Michigan League Monday,
August 1, at 7:15. Dr. Frank P. Bachman, of the George Peabody College
for 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 Social hour will follow.
Baptist Students. NoonI hour, Forum on Missions conducted by Dr.
Judson King, medical missionary returning to Belgian Congo. At 6:30 in
the Guild House, regular Friendship Hour. Miss Johnson will introduce the
theme "Worthwhile Values of Life."
First Methodist Church: Dr. Fisher will preach at 10:45 a. m. on "Tol-
erance in Religion." This is the sixth sermon in the series "Living in the
Twentieth Century."
St. Andrew's Episcopal Church, Sunday services: 8:00 a. m. The Holy
Communion, 9:30 a. m. Summer School of Religion, 11:00 a. m. Kinder-

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extremely low prices make these three restaurants most
popular this summer . . . a large selection can be had
at the tavern cafeteria each meal time . .
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at no extra cost . . .
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