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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

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DAILY OFFICIAL BULLETIN
Publication In the Bulletin is constructive notice to al members of the
University, Copy received at the office of the Dean of the Summer Session
until 3:30. excepting Sundays. 11:30 a. in. Saturday.
VOLUME XI1 WEDNESDAY, JULY 6, 1932 NUMBER 8
Excursion No. 4-Niagara Falls and Vicinity: The Department of
Geology will conduct the Summer Session excursion to Niagara Falls as it
has for many years. The trip is open to all students of the Summer Ses-
sion and their friends.
This year total expenses may be kept under $15.00, including an ade-
quate allowance for incidentals. This total provides for all the important
features at the Falls as well as for round trip railroad fare, hotel accom-
modations, meals, and the like.
Further information concerning the itinerary, expenses for individual
items of the trip, and other details are available at the Summer Session
office, Room 9 University Hall. Round trip rail tickets must be secured
before Friday noon, July 8. W. H. Hobbs
Summer Plays: "Paolo and Francesca" by Stephen Phillips is the
presentation of the Michigan Repertory Players which opens tonight at
the Lydia Mendelssohn Theatre. This delightful romantic play is under
the direction of Thomas Wood Stevens. Attention is called to the fact
that there will be no Friday night performance this week. A special
matinee will be given on Friday afternoon at 3:15.
For the benefit of those who failed to secure season tickets for the
summer plays last week, the sale of season tickets will be continued this
week. The price has been proportionately reduced to make a real economy
for those attending the shows.
Brookhart-Fish Debate: Senator Smith W. Brookhart of Iowa and
Congressman Hamilton Fish, Jr., of New York will debate in Hill Auditor-
ium on Monday evening, July 11, at 8:15. The subject for the debater
will be: "Shall the United States Recognize Soviet Russia?" Reservations
should be made now at the Lydia Mendelssohn Theatre box office.
Lecture: Professor Edwin D. Dickinson will lecture on "The Enforce-
ment of International Law" Friday, July 8, at 8 p. m. in Room 1025 Angell
Hall. The lecture is open to the public.
Art Exhibition: A small collection of water colors, prints, and etch-
chings, all by Assistant Professor Valerio, is now hung in the ground floor
corridor cases of the Architectural Building. It may be seen daily from
9:00 to 5:00, excepting Sundays.
Physics Colloquium: Dr. Arthur Bramley, Assistant Director of the
Bartol Research Foundation, will talk on "The Neutron" at 7:15 p. m.
Thursday, in Room 2038, East Physics Building. All interested are cor-
dially invited to attend. S. Goudsmit
Course C178 in Education is to be given as a four-weeks course for
those interested in Child Development. Marguerite Wilker.

Fisher Urges
Need for New
Code of LIing
Points to Unstable Char-
acter of Knowledge in
Modern Society
While progress has set the world
free, there remains now "an absolute
necessity for a solid, disciplinary,
moral code of individual and social
conduct," Dr. Frederick B. Fisher,
pastor of the First Methodist church,
said Sunday in his sermon on "Pas-
sion for Progress." This was the
second of a series on "Living in the
Twentieth Century."
Dr. Fisher recalled the Nietzschean
character, Life, who says: "I am
that which must forever surpass
itself," and applied this description
to the modern world.
"Reality," he stated, "is a sort of
process of continuous self-defeat, al-
ways discovering something new and
disproving what we tried to prove
yesterday.
"Our hunger for exact knowledge,"
he continued, "has givenus definite
mile posts along the road so that
we know how far we have come and
can carefully retrace the road, if
need be, back to our starting point."
Philippine Beauty Queen
Will Enter University
MANILA, P. I., July 5.-Miss
Marie Kalaw, voted the most beau-
tiful Philippine girl in 131, in a
nation-wide beautycontest, will en-
roll at the University of Michigan
this fall. She was awarded the
Barbour scholarship at Ann Arbor
this year shortly after completing
undergraduate work at the Univer-
sity of the Philippines.
Her sister, Purita, will accom-
pany her. They are daughtersof
Teodoro M. Kalaw, director of the
Philippine library and museum, and
nieces of Dean Maximo Kalaw, of
the University of the Philippines.
Peter Rutliven Returns
From Work in Egypt
Peter Ruthven, son of President
Ruthven, returned Monday from
Alexandria, Egypt, where he has
been doing sketch work and draw-
ing for the University of Michigan
expedition to Egypt.
The work has been chiefly in the
excavating of the regions about
Karanis and Dime.
Dr. Robbins Goes East
For Summer Vacation
Dr. Frank E. Robbins, assistant to
the President, left recently for his
home in Westfield, Mass., for a va-
cation of a month, it was learned
yesterday. He will spend a part of
the time in Boston.
BRIGHT SPOT
802 Packard St.
TODAY 11:30 to 1:30
Spanish Rice
Roast Pork
Roast Veal
Swiss teak
Mashed Potatoes - sliced Cucumbers
Meat Loaf Sandwich with Jelly
Tomato Salad and Potato Chips
Sliced Bananas and Cream
Ic Cream - Custard
30c
55:30 to 7:30
Soup
Baked Ham, Raisin Sauce
Pork Chops
Lamb Chop Grilled with
Bacon, Sausage and Tomato
Pot Roast of Beef with Vegetables
Roast Pork with Sauer Kraut
Meat Loaf with Tomato Sauce
Mashed or French Fried Potatoes
Scalloped Corn, Cottage Cheese Salad,

Watermelon -eFruit Dessert
Coffee - Tea - Milk
40c

Hundreds Get in
Ahead of Revised
R ates on Postae
Hundreds of people flocked to the
main office and both branches of
the Ann Arbor postoffice yesterday
to mail their correspondence before
the Federal government began bal-
ancing the budget with the help of
postal increases at 12 o'clock last
night.
Although no definite figures were
available, Postmaster A. C. Pack
stated that it was one of the "heav-
iest" days recorded for this season.
Most obvious of the increases is
the one-cent raise on first-class
matter. Three-cent stamps will re-
place the old and familiar two-cent
model. Airmale postage rates have
been raised to eight cents for the
first ounce and 13 cents for every
additional ounce or fraction of an
ounce. There have also been slight
increases in the registration fee for
registered mail. No advance in rates
has been levied on post-cards.
Many of the people who, yester-
day, went to the postoffice were also
buying one-cent stamps or the new
threecent stamps for their corre-
spondence today, Postmaster pack
said.
Daily Offices to Open
For Inspection Friday
The offices of the Michigan Daily
will be open for inspection by Sum-
mer Session students and their
friends from 3 to 6 o'clock Friday
afternoon and from 8 to 10 o'clock
Friday night.
Work in the afternoon is chiefly
reporting and business staff work.
Actual make-up of the paper is not
begun until about 7 o'clock. The
Daily goes to press about 2 o'clock
at night.
The composing rooms and press
rooms will also be open.

CLASSIFIED
ADVERTISING

WANTED-Laundry. S o f t water.
21044. Towels free, socks darned.
WANTED - Family and S t u d e n t
laundry. Called for and delivered.
Phone 48863. -3
WASHING AND IRONING WANT-
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Soft water used; washing done
separatee. Phone 2-3478. -c
WANTED-Student laundry, eight
y e a r s experience. Reasonable
prices. Phone 23365. Will call for
and deliver. -7
WANTED-Women, board $4.50 a
week. 2 meals a day. Two blocks
from campus. Call 21017. -1
FOR RENT
FOR RENT-Furnished apartment
with private bathandshower, for
3 or 4 adults. Furnished apart-
ment for 2. Also single room.
Continuous hot water shower, ga-
rage. Dial 8544. 422 E. Wash-
ington. -2
FOR SALE
FOR SALE-Most dependable Furs
and Complete Service. Lowest
prices in Our 28 years in Ann Ar-
bor. Zwerdling's Fur Shop, 215-17
E. Liberty, Phone 8507 for Fur
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SCHOOLS
STRAYBROOK COUNTRY DAY
AND BOARDING SCHOOL -
Nursery, kindergarten, primary.
Mrs. H. S. Mallory, director. Lo-
cated one mile from city limits on
Washtenaw road. Phone 23891.
-eod
BEAUTY SHOP
REGULAR $6 permanents reduced
to $4. Fredrics permanents $5 and
$8. Raggeddy Ann Shop, Phone
7561. -0

Summer Session Symphony Orchestra.
University who play orchestral instruments.
ments furnished. No fees for instruction
MTWTh at 2:00 in Morris 'Hall.

Open to all students of the
A limited number of instru-
or instruments. Rehearsal
David Mattern

University Bureau of Appointments and Occupational Information:
All seniors and graduate students interested in securing either business or
teaching positions will please call at the office, 201 Mason hall, Tuesday
through Friday, July 5 through 8 inclusive, for free registration. Hours of
registration are from 9 to 12 a.m., and 2 to 4 p.m.
Pi Lambda Theta Meeting and Tea will be held in University Elemen-
tary School Library this afternoon at five o'clock. We shall be happy to
welcome Pi Lambda Theta members from all other chapters.
Madeline J. Snyder, President
Men's Education Club: The Men's Education Club will meet at 7:30
tonight at the Michigan Union. Coach Fielding H. Yost will speak.
J. W. Kelder, Chairman
Michigan Socialist Club: Professor Karl W. Guenther of Ypsilanti
State Normal College will speak on "The Development and Problems of
Teacher's Organizations." Michigan Union at 7:30 p. m. Wednesday. The
exact room will be posted later. All students are cordially invited.
All Jewish students at the University this summer are invited to at-
tend an informal social get-together to be held this evening, July 6, at
the Hillel Foundation, 1102 Oakland Ave. Dr. Bernard Teller, director,
will give a short address. There will be smokes and refreshments.
Intramural Golf: All faculty men and men students who wish to play
in the intramural golf tournament this summer should play their qualify-
ing round this week. It is advisable for each player to turn in more than
one score in order that an average may be taken from which a handicap
tournament may be constructed, if it is found expedient to conduct the
play in this way. Sign the score cards and leave them at the Club House.

WE OFFER.."
Greali edcdPrices
THIS WEEK!
All Grades of Stationery Reduced 40 Per Cent
Hundreds of volumes of Fiction as low as 35c per volume
A fine selection of non-fiction including books on drama,
history, biography, and poetry at DRASTIC REDUCTIONS
Hundreds of Fine Reference Books as low as ,49c each
Many articles in our Supply Department are offered
at Special Prices.
Take advantage now of the economy offered you through
these Drastic Reductions on a Fine Stock of Merchandise.
Slater's Two Campus Bookstores
East University Avenue State Street

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