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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

)AILY OFFICIAL BULLETIN

ublication in.the Bulletin is constructive notice to all members of the
3rity. Copy received at the office of the Dean of the Summer Session
3:30. excepting Sundays. 1130 a. m. Saturday.
,UME XIII FRIDAY, JULY 8, 1932 NUMBER 10

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Notice to Heads of Departments and All Others Interested: Some.
ing can be made by disconnecting telephones and havying them recon-
ted in ample time for the opening of the University in the fall. If you
w of any telephone which can be disconnected during the summer
hiout interfering with the general effiency of your department please
imunicate the fact to Mr. Frank Clever of the Business Office.
Shirley W. Smith
Excursion No. 4-Niagara Falls and Vicinity: The Department ,of
>logy will conduct the Summer Session excursion to Niagara Falls as it,
for many years. The trip is open to tall students of the Summer Ses-
i and their friends.
This year total expenses may be kept under $15.00, including an ade-
te allowance for iricidentals. This total provides for all the important
tures at the Falls as well as for round trip railroad fare, hotel accom-
lations, meals, and the like.
Further information concerning the itinerary, expenses for individual
us of the trip, and other details are available at the Summer Session
ce, Room 9 University Hall. Round trip rail tickets must be secured
)re Friday noon, July 8. W. H. Hobbs
Brookhart-Fish Debate: Senator Smith W. Brookhart of Iowa and
gressman Hamilton Fish, Jr., of New York will debate in Hill Auditor-
on Monday evening, July 11, at 8:15. The subject for the debate
be: "Shall the United States Recognize Soviet Russia?" Reservations
ld be made now at. the 'Lydia Mendelssohn Theatre box office.
Summer Plays: A special matinee of "Paolo and Francesca" will be
n this afternoon at 3:15. There will be no evening performance.
Observatory Nights; The University Observatory will be open to stu-
ts of the Summer Session Monday; Tuesday, and Wednesday, July 11,
and 13, from 8:15 to 10 P. M. Admission will be by ticket. Tickets
t be obtained in the office of the Summer Session upon the presenta-
of the treasurer's receipt.
University Bureau of . Appointments and Ocpupational Infornation:
seniors and graduate students interested in securing either business or
hing positions will please call- 'at the office, 201 Mason Hall, Tuesday
ugh Friday, July 5 through 8 inclusive, for free registration. Hours
egistration are from 9 to 12 a. m., and 2 to 4 p. m.
International Law' Lecture: Prof. Edwin D. Dickinson, professor of
at the University of Michigan, will fpeak on "The Enforcement of In-
ational'Law" in 1025 A.H. at 8 p. m. tonight. The public is invited.
Faculty Concert: James Hamilton, Assistant Professor of Voice in the
aol of Music, assisted by Maud Okkelberg, Assistant Professor of Piano,
givp the following program Tuesday evening, July 12, at 8:00 in Hill
torium. The general public with the exception of small children is
ed without admission charge: Haendel: Recitative, 'Deeper and
per Still," from "Jephtha"; Air, "Waft Her Angels Through the Skies,"'
i "Jephtha"; Aria, "Sound .an Alarm,' from "Judas Maccabaeus";
dani: '"Caro Mio Ben"; Caccini: "Amarilli"; Carissimi: "Vittoria";
izetti: Aria, "Una Furtiva Lagrima" from "L'Elisir d'Amore"; Strauss:
rgen"; Schubert: "Du Bist Die Ruh"; Brahms: "0 Kuhler Wald";
ims: "Vergebliches Standcheiji"; Rachmaniioff: "At Night"; Mous-
-church chicken or fish dinner
at the hut tonight --sixty cents
... soup todessert...

Hultine Will Compare
Russian, U. S. Worker
Jacob Hultine, who spent several
months in Russia as a laborer, will
speak at 4:15 o'clock this afternoon
on "The Worker i4 Russia and the
United States." The lecture, spon-
sored by the Socialists club, will be
held in Natural Science auditorium.
sorgsky: "Little Star"; Tchaikov-
sky: "Pilgrim's Song."
Charles A. Sink;
Intramural Golf: All faculty men
and men students who wish to play
in the intramural golf tournament
this supnmer should play their quali-
fying round this week. It is advis-
able 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 con-
structed, if it is found expedient to
conduct the play in this way. Sign
the score cards and leave them at
the Club House.
Golf Classes for Women: To start
Monday, July 11, 4:15 p. m. at the
University Golf Course. Those in-
terested should sign up at the golf
course or telephone 4480. A, nominal
fee will be charged.
Ray 0. Courtright,
Golf Professional
Golf Classes for Men: To start
Tuesday, July 12, 4:15, p. m. at the
University Golf Course. Those in-
terested should sign up at the golf
course or telephone 4480. A nominal
fee will be charged.
Ray o. Courtright,
Golf Professional
Wesley Hal. Mixer and opportun-
ity to get,acquainted, Friday, at 8
p. m. All students of the Summer
Session invited.
The Liberal Student's Union of the
Unitarian Church announces t h e
first of a series of summer discus-
sions for Sunday Ni'ght, July 10, 7:30
p. m. The Subject: "Economic Plan-
ning" Refreshments dnd social hour
follow the discussion. The group
will meet in the church parlors, cor-
ner State and Huron.

Smith Support
For Democrats
Pleases P a rty
Mills to Open Republican
Campaign Monday with
Speech at Boston
WASHINGTON, July 7.-(AP)-
~Expressions of pleasure without
even a note of surprise continued
today in Democratic discussions of
.Alfred*E. Smith's announcement
that he will support the party ticket
:and one of their number met criti-
,cism of the reforestation program
:advanced by their Presidential can-
didate with the statement that it is
.quite all right.
Meanwhile the only formal ema-
nation from the newly-opened Re-
publican campaign headquarters in
Chicago wgs an announcement by
:Everett Sanders, national committee
,chAirm'an, that Secretary Ogden L.
:Mills of the treasury would begin
)his party's drive in a speech at Bos-
ton on Monday.
Vice-President Curtis let it be
known at Washington that he would
be ready to stump the country again
this dear if the G. O. P. councils
wanted him to.
Little public attention was given
by Democrats to Smith's belief that
"it is not practical, in our country;
to start a third party at this. time,"
although there werd numerous pri-
vate talks of what that might mean
in the future.
From many, including Speaker
Garner, Gov. Franklin D. Roose-
velt's ticket-mate, there came ex-
pressions of gratification. Garner's
two-sentence statement just about
summarized the general sentiment
among Democrats.
"When anybody says they are go-
ing to support the ticket I am happy
to know it," he said. "I have felt
all the time that Governor Smith
would support the ticket."

Men prominent in the public eye
usually have hobbies to which their
attention turns in spare moments.
And with Sen. Smith W. Brookhart,
Iowa Republican, who debates here
next Monday night in Hill audito-
rium' with Hamilton Fish, Jr., New
York representative, on the question,
of Soviet recognition, it is marks-
manship.
ISenator Brookhart is an expert
rifle =shot. He has participated in
numerous state, national and inter-
national contests, and captained the
all-American Palma rifle team
which in 1912 won the world cham-
pionship at Ottawa.
His expertness in this field called
him into service in 'the World war
and, in addition to serving as a col-
onel and lieutenant-colonel, he was
a special instructor in marksman-
ship for the eighty-eighth division,
national army, the thirty-fourth na-
Courtright to Give
G 7olf Instructions
Beginning Tuesday
Coach R. 0. Courtright, assistant
coach of the Varsity golf team and
for some time joint holder with
Johnny Fischer of the University
course record, will give, a series of
golf lessons for men and women in-
terested in the game, it was an-
nounced yesterday. The lessons will
be given on Tuesdays and Thurs-
days, beginning next week.
Fundamentals of the gAme such
as grip, swing, stance and various
shots will be emphasized by Coach
Courtright.
Those intending to take the les-
sons should sign up at the Univer-
sity golf course immediately, for
classes will be limited to 20. The
golf course is located on the Cut-
off road, opposite 'the football
stadium.

tional guard division, and the nine-
teenth regular division.
Active in Iowa politics for -nany
years, Senator Brookhart, whose
term expires March 3, 1933, is
known as a "progressive" Republi-
can. Personally he is a man of
strong convictions which he is not
slow to defend, and by his vigorous,
forceful personality has attained a
conspicuous position in public life.
In the debate Monday, which
opens the special summer series of
three lectures, Senator Btookhart
wil argut for recognition of Soviet
Russia.
Rest Cure Is Ordered
For Mayor of Chicago
CHICAGO, July 7.-(AP)-A rest
cure has been ordered for Mayor
Anton J. Cermak.f
Against his will he was taken to
a hospital Wednesday night to re-
cuperate from the strain under
which he recently worked in, at-
tempting to raise money for unpaid
city employes and in playing host
to the national conventions of the
Republicans and Democrats.
SWIM at
Newport eacIh
Portage Lake

Senator Brookhart's, Pastime.
Brought Him Into War Service

Noted Neurologist Dead
In Philadelphia at 66
PHILADELPHIA, July 7.-(AP)-
Dr. Joseph Leidy, famed as' one of
America's leading neurologists, is
dead today at the age of 66.
After a protracted illness, he died
Wednesday night at his home in
Penllyn, surrounded by members of
his family. Di'. Leidy was born in
Philadelphia, the son of -a distin-
guished father, Dr. Phillip Leidy,
and Penelope Fontaine Maury Leidy.
He was graduated from University
of Pennsylvania medical school in
1887 and in 1900 was awarded in-
signia by the French government
for his services in representing the
United States on the international
jury of hygiene, Paris exposition.
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TODAY 11:30 to 1:30'
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Fried Perch
Spanish Pork Chops
Roast Beef
Browned Potatoes, Green Peas
Macaroni and Cheese,
with Meat Loaf, Shredded Lettuce
Pineapple Tapioca Pudding,
Ice Creamn - Cabe
Milk - Coffee - Punch
30c
5:30~ to 7:30
soup
Fish Fillets Baked in Tomato Sauce
Baby Pike
Vegetable Plate with Eggs
or Pot Roast qf Beef
Breaded Veal Cutlets
Tuna Fish Salad
Roast Pork, Dressing
Sirloin Steak a la Creole
Mashed or French Fried Potatoes
Spinach, Carrots, Peas, Lettuce Salad
Pie - Ice Cream - Cake
Coffee Milk Tea
40c

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'MATI N EE TODAY
STEPHEN PHILLIP'S ROMANCE
PAOLO AND FRANCESCA"
All Seats 50c For Reservations Call 6300
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OPENING SATURDAY AND SUNDAY
July 9 and 10- at 830 in the evening
The Campus Club"
Ann Arbor's First and Only Roof Garden
Above Slater's State Street Book Store
Dancing, with Dining Accommodations
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and His
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