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THE MICHIGAN DAILY FRIDAY,

'AUG. 5, 1932

Summer Plays: "Once in a Lifetime," the sixth play of the summer
son, is being presented at the Lydia Mendelssohn Theatre tonight and
.olrow night. There are still tickets available.
Women's League Party: All faculty and students of the University are
ted to attend the annual Summer Session party at tle Michigan League
evening, August 5, from 9:00 until 1:00. Cashier's receipts necessary.
Summer lectures: Captain Carl von Hoffman will appear in Hill addi-
urn on Monday evening, August 8. The title of the lecture is "Head-
ers of Formosa" and it is illustrated with unusual motion pictures.

Excursion No. 11-New Michigan State Prison: The objective of the
excursion of the Summer Session v{ill be the new Michigan State
on, three miles north of Jackson. The visit inside the walls will in-
Ie inspection of a typical cell block, prison textile industry, the dining
Sand kitchens, the auditorium-theatre, and the administration building.
party leaves in special buses Saturday, August 6, at 7:45 a. m., from
ront of Angell Hall, returning to Ann Arbor at 12:15 p. m. Approx-
tely one and one-half hours will be spent at the prison.
ersons driving in private cars must secure reservations at Room 9 Uni-
sity hall, a.* well as. thode wishing bus, transportation. The number
ch can be accommodated is limited.
Graduate School: All Graduate School students who expect to com-
e their work for a degree at the close of 'the present Summer Session
uld call at the office of the Graduate] School, 1014 Angell Hall, to check
ir records and to secure the proper blank to be used in paying the dip-
a fee. The fee should be paid before Saturday, August 6.
G. Carl Huber, Dean
University High School Assembly: The University High School
onstration assembly this week will be presented by the French
Latin departments of the University High School today at, ten
ock. The program will consist of a group of French folk songs; a
natization of the composition, of The Marseillaise, written by a stu-
L of the French class; and a dramatization in English of a scene in
ae depicting graphically some of the Latin ,contributions to our Eng-.
vocabulary. All Summer Session students are cordially invited to at-
I the assembly.,
Bureau of Appointments and Occupational Information: The Bureau
been notified of a vacancy for, a woman teacher of elementary sub-
s, public school music, and art. Any one interested please call at the
e, 201 Mason Hall. Life Certificate required.

B orah Claims
Debt Policy
Is Detrimental
days Refusal to Discuss
Reparations, War Debts
Bars World Recovery
MINNEAPOLIS, Aug. 4.-(IP)-Sen-
ator William E. Borah says he be-
lieves the government's insistence on
barring reparations an war debts
from the proposed international eco-
nomic ;conference will be ertain to
retards world recovery fro its busi-
ness slump.
Bluntly, the chairman of the sen-
ate foreign relations committee de-
clared for opening up every ques-
tion whose ancestory Igoes back to
the World war in an adress at Uni-
versity of Minnesota Wednesday
night.
He likened elimination of the two
questions with presentation of a
'hamletless hamlet," and then out-
lined the terms of a trade proposing
cancellation of. allied debts owing
the United States in return for a
permanent policy of disarmament
by European\nations.
Striking at limitation df confer-
ence subject matter, Senator Borah
said that the existing international
problems cannot ale solved "by piece-
meal work."
"I cannot agree that the United
States should be in part of the time.
and out part of the time," he said.
"I prefer seeing the United States
take a firm position and then go
boldly forth to its task."
"The conference should include a
study of the gold standard. What
is it that has put 31 nations ofthe
world off the gold standard? It is
reparations and debts.
"I will be glad to take part and<
see the United States take part in
any world conference on these vitalI
questions, and will trust the repre-i
sentatives of our country to protect1
its interests from start to finish,"
the senator said.-
"But now it is said that we must
have an economic conference but
not discuss war debts and repara-
tions. How would you like to at-t
tend a playing of Hamlet with Ham-t
let left out? I cannot see solution
of unemployment except through
solution of the great problems aris-
ing out of the war." -
Senator Borah called attention to
figures' he said had been given him1
a few hours, before by Frank B. Kel-
logg, former secretary of state, whol
sat on the stage. These showed, het
said, that Europe has more than 4,-
500,000 men in its standing armies.
Replying to a question, he said that1
dismissing these men would turn
them into productive channels. l
Disarmament wpuld result in re-
lieving heavily-taxed European citi-
zens and return then to buyers ofl
American goods. The senator said
in the address, the first part of whichl
was broadcast, Ameican. foreign
trade has declined to about one-third
of what it was in 1929.
Direst telephone service between
Canada and the British Isles is be-
ing planned. Calls now have been
routed through the United States.
BRIGHT SPOT
802 Packard Street
TODAY 11:30 to 1:30
Salmon Salad - Potato Chips
vegetable Plate with Hard-cooked Egg
Fried Perch
Hot Beef, Pork, or veal Sandwiches
Potatoes, Tomatoes, and Cucumbers
Pineapple Rice Pdding,
Ice Cream - Cake
Coffee -_ Milk
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5:30 to 7:30
Soup
Baked Stuffed Fillets
Perch with Cucumber Sauce
vegetable Plate with Egg
or Beef Roast
Meat Loaf - Tomato Sauce
Roast Beef - Horse Radish
Baked Ham - Orange Sauce
Mashed or FrenchFried Potaltoes
Peas - Green Beans
~PeJellied Vegetable Salad
-Cake -Melon - Ice Cream
Coffee Tea Milk
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Bonls Marchers Set Up Camps in Johnstown
-MS 5 1~i

it

(Associated Press Photo)
The remnant of the scattered bonus army founid plenty to do on widely separated fronts as they sought
to readjust themselves after their eviction from Washington. In Johnstown, Pa., Mrs. Viola Thompson (left)
and Mrs. Martha Murray, both of Ca.mdedn, N. J., were.out bright and' early to do their washing. Edgar
Chipman (left) and Joseph Kauffman, als&,with the Johnstown unit, are shown displaying a relic of the
battle of Washington. The flag was saved from their burning camp. Picture lower, right shows a bonuser
and his *ife establishing their camp at site given the veterans in Maryland.

.Isus of ixplorer
Overdrawin, States
Cap. von Hoff man
(Continued from Page 1)
tial rains, typhoons, narrow foot-
paths at the edge of deep chasms,
snakes, myriad and persistent in-
sects, fever, but not savages. Indeed,
he has found that, for the most part
the native is a tame soul, ready to
meet the strange white man half way
and to accord him friendly hospi-
tality.
For that matter, he found that
savages maintain a communal spirit.
They cannot understand the process
of white civilization that permits. one
to starve among plenty. The savage
shares with his fellow.
There always lurks in the explor-
er's mind, however, the realization
that the Formosan savage is a head
collector. They do not bar the white
man's head from their trophies. The
Formosan savage or green aborigine
regards the Caucasian as a "head"
that would make quite a prize. How-
ever, Capt. von Hoffman had the
good'fortune to receive a most friend-
ly welcome.,
"The explorer," he said in a recent
lecture, "must be careful not to of-
fend the natives. They are sensitive,
as are most primitives. They live
largely by telepathy, since their lan-
guage limitations make complete ver-
bal communication difficult.
"Nor must we regard them as at-
all devoid of sublime philosophy. I
have heard savages remark that the
flame which consumes also s h e d s
light.

CIanoe in Final Summer Play
Brings Up -Elephant ProLblemn
(Continued from Page 1) the season becomes "Tour du Monde,"
de ha t a new arrangement by Mr. Stevens
ckoff denied that it was, but still the famous French melodrama by
contended that scenery should move,
Specific terms from Mr. Stevens Jules Verne and Alphonse.D'Ennery
greeted Mr. Wyckoff. --a play which, after more than
"Will you," he inquired, "under- 3,000 performances in Paris, is still
take to make some scenery that will frequently given to thunderous ap-
move, if I provide a play which re- plause at the Theatre Chatelet.
quires it?"
Mr. Wyckoff allowed he would,
"I shall need, ,for a starter," Mr.
Stevens continued, "a setting which
will transform itself from a London
club--the Club of the Eccentrics, to
be exact-into the dock at Suez, with
the arrival of the P. and 0. liner."
"Nothing could be easier," replied
Mr. Wyckoff.
"I shall need a practicable railway
train, and elephant, the P. and 0.
liner, some Rocky mountains, and a
tramp steamer which blows up and
sinks in the open sea as the lighs
of Liverpool come into view.
"Check," said Mr. Wyckoff.
This conversation seems to be the
basis for the betrayal of public con- -
fidence by which the final play of

University Men and Women: The Food Departmeit of the Michitan
- ague Building is .to be closed July 31st for reorganization and repairs.
No meals will be served on or after that date until further notice.
Recital of Chamber Music: Professor Hanns Pick, assisted by Mr.
D1dies Frantz, Pianist, and Mr. George Poinar, violinist, will present his
c.;,s of advanced students in Chamber Music in a recital Thursday evening,
A:gust 4, at 8:15 o'clock, in Hill Auditorium, as follows: Schumann, Allegro
Brillante, from the Quintet for Piano, violins, Viola and 'dello: Cras, Lento,
cran the Quintet for Harp, Flute, Violin, Viola and 'Cello: Chausson, Con-
_e rto for Piano, Violin and String Quartet (Decitle-Sicilienne, Finale) Mr.
lies Frantz, Piano; Mr. George Poinar, Violin): Mozart,~Allegro Vicace,
r orm the Quartet in G major for 2 violins, Viola and 'Cello: !Saint-Saens,
; ,s ptet for Trumpet, Violins, Viola, 'Cello, Double Bass, and Piano.
Charles A. Sink
Organ Recital: Mr. Guy Filkins, of Detroit, will gi've the following
program in graduation recital on the b'ig organ in Hill Auditorium, Friday
is afternoon at 4:15 o'clock, to which the general piblic is invited:
Bach, Choral Prelude, "Helft mir Gottes Gute Preisen"; Air in D; Toccata
id Fugue in D minor: Guihnant, Cantabile (Sonata VII): Widor, Scherzo
symphony IV): Franck, Piece Heroique: Russell, Up the Saguenay: Tor-
usseii, To the Rising Sun: Bonnet Rhapsoddy Catalane.
Charles A. Sink
Book Exhibit: There will be an exhibit of school books during the re-,
tainder of the week, in the lobby of the University High School, from 9
.m. to 5 p. m.
University Symphony Orchestra Orchestra: Special rehearsal this
\ ternoon at 2 o'clock. Also important iehearsal Sunday morning at 9
clock. ,KDavid Mattern
intramural Pool-Hours: The Intramural Swimming Pool will not be
.en to students and faculty, from 10:00 to 12:00 on Thursday and Friday
this week. The afternoon hours from 2:30 to 6:00 will be observed as
~ual.
Women's Picnic and Tennis Tournament: A #rogressive tennis and
ng pong tournament for women will be held today at 5:45 at the
omen's Athletic Building. A charge of thirty-five cefits will be made to
.ver the cost of supper and prizes. Sign up at Barbour Gymnasium before
riday noon.
Mixed Tennis Tournament: 'The draw has been posted on Palmer
1eld Courts. The first round must be completed by the evening of August
7. Information concerning the names of partners and opponents together
th their telephone numbers will be supplied by calling University Exten-
~n 219'7. t
iresh Air Camp: Visitors are invited to visit the camp this week.
ce picnic grounds are open for the use of our guests.

Revolution Forces Graf
fo Canel Ocean Flight
FRIEDERICHSHAFEN, Germany,
Aug. 4.--UP)-The Graf Zeppelin's
last flight this summer to Pernambu-
co, Brazil, scheduled for Aug. 15, has
been cancelled on account of the
disturbances in South America.

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also featuring
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SUNDAY MATINEE - '4 to 7 - 5c PER DANCE
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ANN ARBOR NITE -EVERY FRIDAY
This ticket and 25c includes admission and free d :.'ing
also-A Jackson and Ypsilanti Frat Party
----wITHOUT'THIS TICKET 65c PER COUPLI

Hill Auditorium, Monday, 8:15

.

LYDIA MENDELSSOHN THEATRE
MOVIE STAR DISCOVERED
DIRECTOR GAINS FAME! iI

See the Laugh Hit of the Season

Once in a Lifetime"
George S. Kaufmnan's Satire on Hollywood
"I cannot imagine anyone' having more fun in a theatre than can be

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