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THE MICHIiGAI N DA IL Y

SATURDAY, JULY 9, 1932

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DAILY OFFICIAL BULLETIN
Publicaton In the Bull tiin constructive notice to allmeirer of the
tlTi erity Co_,py tec1ve aoti".icof the LDean of the Sumrmer Session
intU 3:30. exceptIng Sunda. 11:30 a, m. satur y.
VOLUME XII SATURDAY, JULY 9, 932 NUMBER 11
Brookhart-Fish Debate: Senator Smith W. Brookkart 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 debate
will be: "Shall the United States Recognize Soviet Russia?" Reservations
should be made now at the Lydia Mendelssohn Theatre box office.
Observatory Nights: The University Observatory will be open to stu-
dents of the Summer Session Monday, Tuesday, and Wednesday, July 11,
12, and 13, from 8:15 to 10 P. M. Admission will be by ticket. Tickets
may be obtained in the office of the Summer Session upon the presenta-
tion of the treasurer's receipt.
Excursion No. 5-Ford Plant. A repetition of excursion No. 3. A visit
to the Ford industries at River Rouge will be made the afternoon of Wed-
nesday, July 13, leaving at 12:45 and returning to Ann Arbor at 5:30. The
inspection tour will include the motor assembly plant, the final assembly
line, the open hearth steel mill, the rolling mill, and a motorbus tour of
certain other portions of this greatindustrial area. Special buses will take
the party directly to the several places visited. Round trip tickets, 1.00;
may be secured before Tuesday, July 12, 5:00 p. m. in the Summer Session
office, Room 9 University Hall.'
Faculty Concert: James Hamilton, Assistant Professor of Voice in the
School of Music, assisted by g~aud Okkelberg, Assistant Professor of Piano,
will give the following program Tuesday evening, July 12, at, 8:00 in Hill
Auditorium. The general public with the exception of small children is
invited without admission charge: Haendel: Recitative, "Deeper and
Deeper Still;" from "Jephtha"; Air, "Waft Her Angels Thtough the Skies,"
from "Jephtha"; Aria, 'Sound an Alarm," from "Judas Maccabaeus";
Giordani: "Caro Mio Ben"; Caccini: "Amarilli"; Carissimi: "Vittoria";
Donizetti: Aria, "Una Furtiva Lagrima" from "L'Elisir d'Amore"; Strauss:
"Morgen"; Schubert: "Du Bist Die /Ruh"; +Brahms: "O Kuhler Wald";
Brahms: "Vergebliches Standchen"; Rachmaninoff: "At Night"; Mous-
sorgsky: "Little Star"; Tchaikovsky: "Pilgrim's Song."
Charles A. Sink
American Association of University Professors: A meeting of the ;Uni-
versity of Michigan Chapter of the American Association of University
Professors will be held in the Michigan Union, second floor, on Tuesday
evening, July 12, at 8 o'clock, for the purpose of discussing various mat-
ters pertaining to the Summer Session.
Louis I. Bredvold, Secretary
Lost and Found Articles: Students who have lost books or other arti-
cles in University buildings or on the Campus should inquire for them in
the Secretary's Office, Rtoom 3 University Hall. Articles found on Univer-
sity property should be turhed in to this same office.
Notice to heads of ,Departments and All Others Interested: Some,
saving can be made by disconnecting telephones and having them recon-
nected in ample time for the opening of the University in the fall. If you
know of any telephone which can be disconnected during the summer1
without interfering with the general efficiency of your department pleasel
coni icate the fact to Mr. Frank Clever of the Business Office.
* Shirley W. Smith ,

the score cards and leave them at
the Club House.
Golf Classes for Women: To stavt
Monday, July 11, 4:1:; p. in, at flt,
Uniivers it'y Golf Cuu v >f_. lh&i
terested should sighi up at, the golf
course or telephone 4480. A nominal
fee will 'be charged.
Ray 0. Courfright,
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 0. Courtright,
Golf Professional
Sports Classes for Women: Short
courses four weeks in' length meet-
ing two times a week in tennis, golf,
and swimming will begin on Mon-
day, July 11th. Register now in
Room 15, Barbour Gymnasium.
The Liberal Student's Unionof the
Unitarian Church announces t h e
first of a series of summer discus-
sions for Sunday Night, July 10, 7:30
p. m. The Subject: "Economic Plan-
ning" Refreshments and social hour
follow the discussion. The !group
will meet in the church parlors, cor-
ner State and Huron.
Baptist Students: Sunday Noon to
12:35, in west transept of church.
Mr. Chapman will speak on "Raus-
chenbusch, Modern Prophet of So-
cial Justice." At 6:30, at Guild
House, 503 E. Huron, social hour,
refreshments, anduaddress by Miss
M'4ildred Dostert '34M.
Wesley Hall. Student Guild at
6:30 p. m. Sunday. Prof. Preston
Slosson will speak on "The Function
of the Educated Christian Today."
Fellowship hour will follow.
St. Andrew's Episcopal Church:
Sunday 8:00 a. m. Holy Communion.
9:30 a. m. School of Religion for
Children.
11:00 a. m. Kindergarten.
11:00 a. m. Morning Prayer anal
Sermon by Rev. Duncan E. Mann.
Classes in Religion: 10:00 a. m.
Harris Hall-Christian Geography.
Leader-Miss Ellen Gammack.
8:00 p. m. 725 Oxford Rd.--Chris-
tian Philosophy. L e a d e r - Rev.
Henry Lewis.
Summer Plays: The final perfor-
marwe of Stephen Phillips' "Paolo
and Francesca" will' be presented in
the Lydia Mendelssohn Theatre to-
night at 8:15. C. T. K.

Tornado Wrecks Kansas Town; 3 Killed

Cermak Seriously III;
May Name Successor
CHICAGO, July 8.-AP)-Reas-
.ring pronouncements from official
quarters failed today to quell thl
rising concern of Chicago over the
health of Anton Cermak, its mayor.
While he remained under obser-
vation at St. Anthony de Padua hos-
pital, the official statements served
only to fan speculation over reports
his political allies considered his
state of health so grave they were
thinking of naming an actiig
successor.
REMEMBER POSTAGE
Students were asked yesterday by
Postmaster A. C. Pack to remember
the increased postage rate which
has recently gone into effect.

BRIGHT SPOT
802 Packard St.
TODAY 11:30 to 1:30
Bacon and Egs with Toast
Veti Ci( p Suey witl Rice
aded Va Ctle-ts
tRoast Pork
New Parsley Potitoes
sliced Cucumber
Tue C'ream: Jell(- - Cake
Coffee Milk Punch
30c
5:30 to 7:30
Soup
Cubed Beef Steaks
Pork Chops
Lamb C rop Grilled with Bacon
Sausage and Tomato
Roast Beef
Roast Pork
Mashed or Oven Fried Potatoes
Sliced Tomatoes - Scalloped Corn
Green Beans
Pie Cake Jello Strawberry Sundae
Coffee-Tea --Milk
* 40c

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Enjoy a Quiet Fourth

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Ass"ae1dPr"ssauco"
This scene of destruction, in the little town of Washington, Kas.,
shows some of the damage wrought by a tornado which killed three
persons and injured more than 20 others.
Cambria Grange to Make Tour
Of University Plant on July 13

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Spend the day on the beautiful Huron iver
in one of our High Grade Old Town Canoes.
9 A.M. till 12 P.M. for $2.50
Phone 9313
Saurnders' Canoe Livery
on the Huron River;

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Plans for a comprehensive tour of
the University on July 13 by Cam-
bria Grange . of Hillsdale county,
have been completed here, it was
announced by Carlton F. Wells; sec-
retary of the Summer Session, a
member of the general committee.
The program of inspection was ,ar-
ranged when the University learned
that the Grange wished to make
such a tour the feature of their
fifth annual auto trip.
Other friends of the Grange ih
southetstern Michigan will also be
welcomed here, it was said.
Dean Edward H. Kraus, o the
Summer Session, will give the greet-
ings for the University. He will
speak at 2 o'clock, immediately after
a picnic dinner at Island park. Fol-
lowing his address, Mayor H. Wirt
Newkirk will deliver the city's greet-
ings, and Prof. A. W. Bromage, of

the political science department, will
speak on "Our County Government."
The mass program will be concluded
with a community sing led by Rev.
Lenz.

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ntramural Golf: All faculty men,
/the intramural golf tournament
ng round this week. It is advis-
e for each player to turn in more
.n one score in order that an
rage may be taken from which a
idicap tournaipent may be con-
icted, if it is found expedient to
.duct the play in this way. Sign

and men studelts who wish to play
this summer should play their quali-

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INTO A MODERN WORL

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Shall the U. S. Recognize Russia.

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MONDAY, 8:15 P. M

FOX THEATRE BLDG., 2nd Floor
DETJIWIT - Phone CAdillac 2070,
For the conk enicnce of my old
friends and customers and for any
Man or woman wanting RELIEF
FROM FOOT TROUBLES and more
comfortable shoes. I will be at my
residence, 1120 Lincoln Avenue,
AnnArbor
Saturdays 9:00 A.M. to 9:30 P.M.
During July and August

Hill Auditorium
Hill Auditorium

Main Floor 75c, Balcony 50c
Box Office Open All Day Monday

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MORE THAN 30 YEARS
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ENGAGEMENT'
POS(IfVELY wiii not be
s.owno nothe.rtheatr.
In this city this season.
WE URGE YOU TO
BUY SEATS NOW
Metro - Goidwyn .Mayer
has the honor to present the
greatest attraction in
stage or screen history
GRAND
HOTEL WITH
* GRETA GARBO
-* JOHN BARRYMORE
* JOAN CRAWFORD
* VWALLACE BEERY
*. LIONEL DARRYMORE
LEWIS STONE JEAN HERSHOLT
From the play by Vicki Baum
Directed by Edmund Goulding
MAJETIC

no cover charge ... no extra charge
good music ... good food . .. good floor

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Michigan Repertory Players
Presen
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PAOLO AND FRANCESCA"
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Striking a balance
for a $4,OOO 0,OOOO industry

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"On-a large scale" describes account-
ing in the Bell System, whose properties
cost more than $4,000,000,000.
On the outgo side are, for example,
four or five hundred million dollars
annually for new construction; vast
sums for keeping telephone equipment
in good order; a payroll running into

come are such diverse items as a few
cents for a local telephone call, or thirty
dollars and upward for a call to a city
across the Atlantic.
The men responsible for this phase of
the telephone business have worked out
scientific methods of control-but their
effort to refine old practices and devise

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