THE MICHIGAN DAIY WEDNESDAY, AUG. 1
New Secretary of Commerce Seen With His Family
Students of James Hamilton of the
voice faculty of the School of Music
will join in a public recital, at 8:15
o'clock tomorrow night, August 11,
in the music school auditorium.
The following w i l1 participate:
Katherine Russell, soprano, Cam-
bridge, Ill.; 0 r m a Weber, mezzo-
soprano, Sault Ste. Marie, Mich.;
Mrs. Guy Smith, mezzo - contralto,
Cedartown, Ga.; Edgar P. Headley,
tenor, Jenkintown, Pa. The accom-
paniments will be played by Eliza-
beth Bentley, Evansville, Ind. The
program to which the general public
is invited is as follows:
"Where'er You Walk" from
"Semele" ................ Handel
Recit. 0 Loss of Sight from
Air, Total Eclipse
Lift Thine Eyes ............. Logan
Now Sleeps The Crimson Petal....
Absence ................... Martin
Pace, Pace, Mio Dio from "La Forza
del Destino" ............... Verdi
Caro Mio Ben ............ Giordani
Come Raggio di Sol........Caldara
Sento Nel Core ............ Scarlatti
(Associated Press Photo)
RoyDikeman Chapin, newly appointed secretary of commerce, is shown here at his home at Grosse Pointe
Farms, a Detroit suburb, with Mrs. Chapin and their six children. Mrs. Chapin is holding the youngest child,
Marian. The others from left to right are: Roy, Jr., Joan, Danny, Sally and Jack.
Mr. Headley Organ. Program is as follows:
The Star ...................Rogers Choral Prelude, "In dir ist Freude"
Tears of God.............. Mowrey...........................Bach
To The Sun.......... .....Curran Choral Prelude, "Ich ruf' zu dir"..
Miss Russell Bach
Another musical event is also sched- Prelude and Fugue in D major. Bach
uled for 4:15 o'clock tomorrow after- Ave Maria .................. Roger
noon with Frank Collins, Jr., instruc- Rondo Francaise ........ Boellmann
tor in piano and organ at Louisiana Sketch in F minor ........Schumann
State university at Baton Rouge, pre- Benediction ............ Karg-Elert
senting his Master's degree recital in Allegro vivace (Symphony V)... Widor
charged and reservations may be made in Room 15, Barbour Gymnasium,
until 5 o'clock on Thursday.
Riding Classes for Women: Classes in Advanced Riding will meet in
the future on Wednesdays at 7:30 and Fridays at 4:30 at the Women's Ath-
Four-week Tennis Course: This course is now finished, but any student
wishing to continue taking instructions may do so on Monday, Tuesday,
and Thursday from 4 to 6 o'clock.
Women's Golf Classes: These classes will meet according to regular
schedule on the practice tee of the Michigan Golf Course on Tuesday and
Wednesday of this week.
Women's Education Club and Pi Lambda Theta: Miss Edith Bader,
assistant superintendent of the Ann Arbor public schools, will speak
Thursday evening, Aug. 11, on "Glimpses of German Schools," at the Wo-
men's League at 7:15 o'clock. All women are cordially invited.
$1.50 per $100
Limit on Taxes
INDIANAPOLIS, Aug. 9.-(/P)-Tax
rates in Indiana today were limited
to $1.50 on each $100 of taxable
property, but the general assembly
was seeking new tax sources to make
up an expected deficit of $5,000,000
in the 1933 state operating budget.
Gov. Harry G. Leslie, refusing
either to veto or to sign the tax
limitation measure, permitted it to
become a law at midnight, the ex-
piration of the constitutional three-
day limit since it reached him.
The act was passed by the special
tax session of the assembly, despite
the governor's warning it would bring
"chaos and a collapse of govern-
ment." Frantic last-minute attempts
in the senate to recall it from the
executive desk were voted down Mon-
The state's levy on each $100 of
taxable property is limited to 15
cents, of which 10.3 cents is absorbed
by fixed mandatory levies. The re-
Michigan Socialist Club Picnic: The Socialist Club will hold a
at Mr. and Mrs. Cumming's farm Sunday afternoon, August 14th.
ming, ball game, and other entertainment. All students and faculty
bers are cordially invited. Those interested in going should get in
with Tom Brown, phone 6539.
which the general public is invited:
a "Semele"; Recit. O Loss of Sight
Edgar Headley); Logan: Lift Thine
nson Petal; Martin: Absence (Orma
am "La Forza del Destino" (Katherine
ddara: Come Raggio di Sol; Scarlatti:
he Star; Mowrey: Tears of God; Cur-
Charles A. Sink
Chares . Sik 0at one of the three
m'of Sculpture in Photographs by
ciety, in the North Gallery of Alumni modern Cal kins-Fletcher Soda Fountains
ntil the end of Summer School.
and treat yourself to the treat of treats-
hods for Bands Today: Educational
lfe, graduate student, will be present-
All persons interested in elementary
sic are invited to attend the demon-
play through this material.
arsday, August 11, at 4 p. m. in Angell
*e will speak on "Assumptions Under-
topped with Whipped Cream
A canoe trip and supper for women
loon, August 12. Those students who
to support themselves in the water.
asium at 5:30. A fee of $.50 will be
BALLOON ASCENSION and CALKINS-FLETCH
PARACHUTE DROP E
EVERY SUNDAY DRUG COMPANY
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MICHIGAN REPERTORY PLAYERS' FINAL WEEK
Great Scenic Spectacle!
Cast of One Hundred!
WHIRLWIND MELODRAMA - COMEDY -ROMANCE
"Around the World in 80 Days"
-JULES VERNE AND ALPHONSE d'ENNERY
NEW STAGE VERSION BY THOMAS WOOD STEVENS