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THE MICHIGAN DAILY I

Varsit8r to Lose Extension of Credit Through
Thr ee Pronilsm
TeePrisig BondIssue Asked byBorah
P'layers ,in Fall Bnd y

Three promising candidates have'
been lost to the 1932 University of
Michigan football team because of
scholastic difficulties.Coach Harry
Kipke has announced that Estil
Tessmer, of Ann Arbor, varsity quar-
terback for two years, Duval Gold-
smith, of Christiansburg. Va., first
string tackle, and Claire Purdum, of
Beaver, Pa. who won his letter at
tackle in 1936, will be ineligible next
fall.
Tessmer was rated number one
punter of the squad last fall until
injuries forced him out of the game.
Goldsmith saw considerable service
as a substitute during the seasons
of 1930 and 1931. Purdum was out
of school last fall but earned his
letter the year before and was
counted on to fill one of the vacan-
cies at tackle.
Coach Ray Fisher of the baseball
team announced that \Fred Hosler,
of Huntington, Ind., freshman pit-
cher, has been placed on the Univer-
sity home list because of low grades.
Fisher regarded Hosler as his best
yearling prospect.

WASHINGTON, July 6.-(AP)-
Demanding currency expansion be-
fore Congress adjourns, Senator
Borah, Idaho independent Republi-
can, today pressed his plans for ap-
proval of legislation to achieve that
end.
His statement to this effect fol-
lowed an open advocacy of the Glass
bill, which would let $1,000,000,000
of United States bonds have circu-
lating privilege, thus increasing cur-
rency to that extent.
"Until the fall of prices can be
arrested," he said, "there can be no
retuirn to trade, no lessening of un-
employment-- and the fall of prices
can niot be arrested except through
the change of the monetary situa-
tion.
"If we do not at once adopt nmeas-
ures for the expansion of enrrency
and a further extension of credit, we
will come-.back in the autumn facing
the proposition of devaluating the
dollar.{

"We have sufficient gold in the
country to justify upon a sound
basis currency expansion to the ex-
tent of billions if necessary."
Then a White House statement
saying there was a "gelieral disposi-
tion" to compromise followed an-
nouncement of further talks today
with this sub-committee of six .
Speaker Garner, who pushed the
relief measure through the house;
Representative Rainey, Democratic
leader, and Representative Snell, Re-
pulplican chief; Senator Wagner,
Democrat of New York, whose bill
was merged with Garner's; Senator
Robinson, I emocratic leader, and
Chairman Norbeck of Ihe banking
committee.

Qutl ifyking 'Rounds Must
Be Played Tomorrow
All men who have signed up for
intramural golf, and those who have
not signed up but wish to partici-
pate, are requested to play their
qualifying rounds before Friday, it
was stated yesterday by R. W. Web-
ster, supervisor of summer intra-
mnurals. Score ca~rds must be signed
and turned in at the club house or
the intramural office.
Registration in all snorts is still
going on, according to Webster.
Large entries have been received to
date in swimming, handbll, tennis,
horseshoes and golf.
Thie esGet 1 0 from
Michigan Lunch Store
Thieves entered the Michigan
Lunch restaurant, 804 S. State
street, early yesterday, broke into
a machine and obtained about $10.
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