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The Weather
Generally fair today anti to-
morrow; warmer today; cooler


Mift itgan


The Publishers
And Unbiased News .
The City Of
Big Shoulders ...

Official Publication Of The Summer Session


Bill Barelay Wins
Se i-FinalPosition
In Inter College Golf
Uaas, Leslie, Of Louisiana, Doctor Urges Care

Hit Michigan
Siegel, Marzonie,Phillips,
Nickerson, Letter Men In
Summer School
11A YT I -- -9

Revised Court
Bill Planned
By Senators
Hailed By Opposition As
Defeat For Roosevelt;
New Strategy Planned

3,000 Students Expected
To Attend Reception Of
Summer Faculty. Tonight

And Tulane's WDAntoni Agais The.'Tri I ILosIC12 oWS,.rropoSe(t
f R
In Competition A' ' For Coming Season Iaiatch-Logan P ~, 72 Are Enrolled In Forestry
In Coipeltion' ihreais' Df Fourrth Fr
Meets Leslie Toda Old Man Ineligibility, who has been WASHINGTON, July 1.--(/P)-Ad- For Summuner C7arpm Instruction
The "triple-threats" of fireworks etty lenient of late, has risen up ministration Senators announced that 1
D' Ant+." 3a s " "i auto accidents and drownings were'a1 e 1ch~'nfoeh msrto eaosanucdta
1to d nt s an drowning anddealtMichiganfootball hopes the they would introduce tomorrow a neth Wood, '37F&C. Dr. L Durfee
cited today by Dr. C. C. Slemnons,1 severst deal in many a year, it was1copeeP fsor CaiY nr
State Health Commissioner, in his revealed yesteiday. complete substitute for the Roosevelt rofessors raig, oung of the Health Service is resident
Michigan Player Prevents appeal to Fourth of July celebrants Big John Jordan, who alternates court bill, revising its provisions with Teach Classes; Wilson physician for the summer.
to avoid the tragic results of misdi- with Captain. Joe Rinaldi at the cen- relation to the lower courts as well as Of Ia Asit. aStudents have been arriving since
All-Southern Victory In rected patriotic fervor. ter post, heads a list of 10 who are the Supreme Court. ao st Friday although the last failed to w
Tournament Bootleg fireworks from other states definitely lost to the 1937 grid season Foes of the President's bill imme- get here until Sunday, Professor Craig
et around the Michigan law prohib- while five regulars are listed among diately called conferences to revise said. Means of conveyance ranged
OAKMONT Pa, July 1.--(g>)--iting them, and contribute to the na- 12 enrolled in summer school in an their strategy to fit the new battle- BEECHWOOD, June 28.-(Special from dilapidated jalopies to riding the
OAKMOnT' a , Jul lie tion's toll of 7,738 injured and 30 dead effort to get off probation. ground. to The Daily)-Classes at Camp Fili_ bus and walking the "last mile" from
and Fred Haas, strode magnificently from this cause alone, he said, urgig Ed Phillips and Norm Purucker The opposition Senators hailed the bert Roth got into full sway today as U.s. 2.
and Fre saas tr e ainlparents to advise children in their are the two backfield regulars spend introduction of an Administration Courses in forest mensuration, fire
into the semi-finals of the National ae h seakiedreulsubstituteignstdet gtthi frt e
use, or to provide less hazardous forms ing time here this summer, while both substitute as a victory. They said protection and forest improvements sc
,Intercollegiate Golf Championship of recreation. of last year's first string guards, Jack that it meant the public abandon- practical instruction in "throwing the and forest reconnaisance will be taken wh
today along with Michigan's Bill The three-day holiday will attract Brennan vd George Marzonie, are ment of the Roosevelt bill, against tape" at the University's summer for- by all students in camp this summer the
Barclay and Tulane's Vincent D'An- an unprecedented amount of traffic I keeping them company. Dn Siegel, which they had waged a five-month estry school on the shores of Golden along with a course in dendrology .
toni- onto the highways, Dr. Slemons point- the six-feet four-inch tackle who per- fight' Lake. The rising bell rings at 6:15 a.m. and
Only the presence of Michigan's ed out. Careful planning of the time I so spectacularly last season, One-a-Yea Plan Reported with 30 minutes being allowed for the
formed sOne-e-Yearlaran lRetoreedonAll sections of the country and new wt 0mntsbig alwdfrkin
athlete keeps the semi-finals from needed for auto trips should cut down is also pounding the books during the Senators who had participated in students from several colleges are cleaning up before breakfast. Follow- wh
being an all-Southeastern Confer- the appalling casualty list of this hot weather. drafting the administration compro- represented in the group which in- ing breakfast, camp duties which are
ence affair-or even a scrap for Lou- state, which now disgracefully leads The only good news came with the mise said that it was modeled after cludes the second woman ever to at- assigned for a week's duration, are p.m
isiana state honors. In tomorrow's the nation in this department with announcement that Sol Sobsey and the Hatch-Logan amendment to per- tend the forestry camp. The faculty done. Classes begin at 8:15 a.m. and to
36-hole competition, Barclay meets 737 deaths this year. "Speeding and ,Elmer Gedeon, who was barred from mit appointment of one additional consists of three professors, Prof. last until noon Field work takes up lin
Leslie, and D'Antoni faces Haas. reckless driving should have no place baseball this spring, regained their justice a year to the Supreme Court. Robert Craig, Jr., director, and Prof. the afternoon. lin
For Leslie and Haas today's round on Michigan's highways," he said. eligibility with good grades. Both The President would have authority Leigh J. Young both of the Univer- Numerous recreational facilities areHa
was just a breeze, but the others had If you want to be playful, or if you men are ends, and will do a lot to to appoint a new justice for each sity School of Forestry and Conserva- furnished including swimming and I
to work for their leads. Leslie over- want to be alone-keep out of the remedy the definite loss of four prom- incumbent serving past 75 years of tion, Prof Ralph Wilson of the boating in Golden Lake. Group mu- has
whelmed John Hobart, of Illinois, 9 water. Against last year's 305 drown- ising freshman flankers, age, but only at the rate of one a Southern Branch of the University of sic is a favorite occupation in thewis
and 8, with a brilliant third-nine g hSlawinskiand Don Cash, who year. There are four members of the Idaho nsantofstuenssitants, dormitories during the hours not oc- helin
stretch, and Haas whipped Johnson, this advice: "The wise swimmer never saw considerable work in the annual court past 75. Benton Cancell '38F&C and Ken cupied by classes or field work. Al- the
Georgetown, 7 and 5. He, too, put on swims alone, nor does he take game climaxing spring practice this The original Roosevelt bill provided '' ready one "darn good guitar player' cen
the pressure on the front nine this chances. The odds are too great." year, head that group of four, and for immediate appointment of a new and a harmonica player have been A
afternoon. are joined by such other yearling justice for each one serving past 70. found in Sam Bickford, '39F&C, and Ap
Barclay, conqueror of medallistC W o dstandouts as fullback Don Page and Im Ohfml Homer Lathrop, '39F&C, according
Ituwould have meantrsixtewojustices&C, accorHi se
Wllie Turnesa yesterday,finally out- C Sof halfbacks Joe Woods and August if none then on the court had re~- omer rec
lasted Princeton's Jim Marks, 2 and 11t1 Fabyan. itired. Uo tou
1, in a match that was square through Sectd teadtdThe not - quite - so - unfortunate Increase Temporary Sh[ w r ________nion._A
32 holes. D'Antoni, Southeastern freshmen who are grinding away in Under the original bill, any in- Ex u si nnin
Conference champion, merely cap- summer school with an even chance crease in the court's size would haeItExcursion me
italized on the late errors of Stanley of wearing the Maize and Blue when been permanent, but the compromise .har OEr p onF o p.m-
Otalizedaonohe lateeerrrsgofhStanleze and Blue when9 prm
Holditch, Georgia Tech, to win 4 and September rolls around are Milo Su- provides that the court shall drop * CpCh
3 kup, wingback, and fullback Chad back to nine justices when the older 111s 5pUS ban
Succeeds Orville C. Pratt Kinsey, both of whom Coach Harry ones retire. Mcsath Presents Pictures tom
The'-quarter-finalists faced a day A ' IKisdependingfwhm Cac Instead of authorizing 50 new lower WTlCue ~ -- .~ n
of many moods. The skies unloosed As President National Ki dpe n upon heavily I di Building s
(nindonPg EluainAs iain Two varsity squad members, both court judges, the substitute would Spot"se
fix the maximum at 20 and make the O o e eecp ___
(Cniudo aeOEducation Association (Continued on Page 31 fxtemxmma 0admk h Of Tower Telescope
(increase temporary, legislators said. h
DETROIT, July 1.-(/P)-Miss Car- It would provide also for speedy ap- The astronomer's pastime of pho- lan Next Tri To Detroit au
ussiarneoline S. Woodruff, of Castleton, Vt. peal to the Supreme Court to lower tographing spots on the sun was de- s pla
was elected president of the National court decisions involving the consti- scribed in detail with the aid of mo- Sethe
o ff W ater a s Education Association tonight at the e" tutionality of Federal laws. tion pictures to the audience of the Will Close Todayan
J 1 s47 closed its 75th annual convention. Seen R ej cting Such a change was proposed by fourth Summer Session lecture by
B " Dr. Woodruff is president of the President Roosevelt in his message to Robert R. McMath of the astronomy The initial excursion in a series of ng
a Vermont State Normal School. She Offers ongress Feb. 5, but the bill he sent department, director of the MMath eleven, was coductdesterda af-
succeeds Orville C. Pratt, Spokane, ta c s along with it contained no such pro- Hulbert Observatory at Lake Angelus ternoon, showing members of theSi
-i near Pontiac, yesterday in Natural party interesting features of the cam-
Litvinoff Won't Recognize head of the association. E t P To Give Democratic Leader Joseph T. Rob- Science Auditorium, pus. Ann Arbor from the Union y
Livnf WnThree new members elected to the xecSaiPr oslT ve inson said that the new bill would be Thpoclldupts"iseaiy.- oeAnntorro the a Uad-othe
Japanese Battle Protest executive committee are Mrs. Myrtle Sain Civil War Parties ready for introduction tomorrow. gantic earwuptns o es 1a crm ang thWlmL. Ce nts Li on
Nippon Envoy Says Hooper Dahi, Minneapolis; R. T. Belligerent R sphere ,or outer covering, often hun- brary, and the General Library were be
aww, Philadelphia, and David A. Van I BlieetR lt rd ftosnso ie ndfes usadn
-"-Burkirk, Hastings, Mich. There were ____ Asks $5,000Damages dreds of thousands of miles in dimen- outstanding pots of the program fo
HSI KIG, ManDankuagJusyions, assume fantastic frms as theyi ending at 4:45 p.m. I gr
H11 KING, Manchoukuo, July six other holdover members. LONDON, July 1.-(1P)-Authorita- Of Student, Union Heads twist and whirl over thesolar sur- Dr. Randolph Adams, director ofagra
2.-(Friday)-(/P)-The Japanese Miss Woodruff defeated Amy Hin- tive quarters tonight forecast that face. Films taken at the Lake An- the Clements Library, explained to all
army charged today Russia had richs, principal of Audubon High Britain and France tomorrow will re- Louis W. Doll, Grad., University li~ gelus observatory during recent dis- the party the character and functions A
repeated her invasion of Man- School, New Orleans, for the presi- ject a proposal from Germany and brary assistant, yesterday started suit turbances of the sun showed the great of the unique collection of American Ele
choukcuoan territory. dency for the coming year. i ici.cutfo 500dmgscia;
kyffrnhe Trear Italy that they accord belligerent in circuit court for $5,000 damages prominences, which sometimes grew I history source material.
OtFenhauer Treasurer rights to both parties in the Spanish against Ralph Handyside, the direc- to such proportions they filled the en- Concluding the program, the Naval He:
TOKYO, July 2.-(Friday)- , R. E. Offenhaue, of Lima, 0., was civil war. trs of the Union and Stanley Walz, irecameraUnlntedarisingy szirling. xneimental Tankadtheeranai flo,
- ir came--r ' pla rising~ sprln Ex eJ~j~lAimenA tal a andA CAftheA Aeron.JJau.- l

eceiving line To Form
At 8::30 P.M. InI Ethel
Fountai nHussey Room
ancing To Be Held
n League Ballroom
)ntract, Auction Bridge
Will Be Played; Fortune
Telling Offered
Vlore than 3,000 students are ex-
ted to attend the annual faculty
eption of the Summer Session
ich will open at 8:30 p.m. today in
Michigan League.
Dr. Louis A. Hopkins, director of
Summer Session, and Mrs. Hop-
s will head the receiving line
ich will be held from 8:30 to 9:30
i. for all students, and from 9:30
10:30 p m. for the new members
the faculty and their wives. The
e is to form in the Ethel Fountain
ssey Room.
n order to relieve confusion, it
been requested that all guests
hing to go through the receiving
e use the stairway closest to the
atre. Other guests ay use the
ter or North University stairway.
ssistants To Introduce Guests
group of 32 assistants have been
cted to introduce guests in the
eiving line, and to take them on
rs of the building.
complete program of entertain-
g. Dancing will be held from 9
nt has been planned for the eve-
n. to 1 a.m. in the Ballroom with
arlie Zwick and his nine-piece
zd playing. As is the usual cus-
n for the summer dances, assist-
s will be present to serve as host-
es for the dancing.
3ridge contests are to be held in
Library on the third floor. Both
tion and contract bridge will be
yed. Prizes are to be given for
highest scores in both auction
J contract bridge Last year the
zes were decks of Michigan play-
cards which were autographed by
sident Alexander G. Ruthven.
nilar prizes are to be awarded this
'ortune telling will be offered in
dining room located on the sec-
Ifloor. The entire building is to
decorated with large bouquets of
vers. The entire evening's pro-
tm will be given free of charge to
?fter visiting the receiving line, the
ctronics Group is planning a spe-
l program in the Mary Bartron
nderson Room located on the third


(/"--The influential radical Sei-
santo, or national production,
party today demanded the Jap-
anese cabinet break off diplo-
matic relations with Russia be-

elected treasurer without opposition. The proposal, it was expected, willi a manager of the Union.
Those elected to the 11 vice-pres- beptfradi ciia etn In the declaration Doll asserted
idencies are: Andrew Avery, Bain- be put forward in a critical meeting that Handyside, a student dived from
bridge, Ga.; Evelyn Chasteen, Oak- 27-nation non-intervention commit- a corner of the Union pool while "neg-
land, Calif.; J. J. Guenther, Omaha, 2 t o en-ligently and carelessly" playing tag
Neb; . ladeHady Wit PaisIA&. eb 1. ol sidhereeiedtrat

cas falgdSve nain Neb.; H. Claude Hardy, White Plains, 'Lee. eacune ov oth f Feb. 11. Doll said he received treat-
cause of allegedu Soviet invasion It will be a counter move to the of- mn o epgs vrhsee
of Manchoukuoan territory. N. Y.; Harley W. Holmes, Marshall, ment for a deep gash over his eye,
Representatives of the party Mich.; R. L. Hunt, Madison, S. D.; fer of France and Britain to restore which required eight stitches, and
made their demand on Premier Frank A. Jensen, Peru, Ill.; Daisy the naval patrol of Spanish coasts by for a brain concussion.
Fumimaro Konoyc ad Japan's Lord, Waterbury Conn.; Raymond H.Iusing their own ships in place of __
naval and war lords as the grave Snyder, Albion, Idaho; B. C. sTighe t Italy BndlGnrany withrew
far-eastern cri-,s was made more Fargo, N. D. and Eliot Willis, Wyn- last week. Berlin and Rome turnedAlosher-Jordan+Gal,
tense by a Manchoukuoan warn- throp, Mass. down that scheme in Tuesday's meet-
ing to Russia to keep to the main Raymond Leslie Buell of New York, ing of the subcommittee. ! ooin Ag viator On
navigation route on the Amur president of the foreign policy asso-' The possibility was seen that the */
river or risk "drastic measures." ciation, urged a course of "positive whole non-intervention effort might'oneymoone In Air
action with like-minded powers" upon 'be abandoned tomorrow. British of-
TOKYO, July 2.-(Friday)--_(}- the United States tonight as "the ficials remained silent, but it was DETROIT, July 1.-(/P)-A former
The Manchoukuo government was only way to reconcile the security of learned government leaders have been University of Michigan co-ed and the
reported in a dispatch from Hsing- the United States with the American highly displeased by the Italo-Ger- flying romeo whose aerial stunting
king today to have served a peremp- I sense of justice." man stand against Britain's efforts to over her dormitory brought Shake-
tory warning on Russia to keep to the 8,600 Register salvage international cooperation toI speare's balcony scene up to date
main navigation route on the Amur He spoke at the closing session of keep the Spanish war from spreading. were honeymooning tonight-in a
River or risk "drastic measures." the NEA, ending its largest conven- British official opinion was repre- jseaplane.
The warning said: tion since 1931. NEA officials said resented as convinced that the An- When business kept Bernard De-
"If your country's gunboats deviate f8,600 educators registered for the 1937 glo-French proposal, which included Weese, Jr., from an orthodox "date"
from the main navigation route of meeting. an offer to take neutral observers with his sweetheart, Miss Alice Bryce,
the Amur River in the neighborhood } Buell said "danger and injustice aboard British and French warships l a senior who graduated in June, he
of Sennufu, Bolshoi and Shatzukou- lurked in the United States' "so-called in the patrol, assured impartiality. jumped into his plane in Detroit,
kuo Islands and operate on the wa- neutrality policy" in its application to On the other hand it was believed telephoned her Ann Arbor dormi-
terway belonging 'o Manchoukuo, we the war in Spain. The Spanish gov- that the insurgents in Spain would tory that he was on his way and 20
shall be compelled to resort to drastic ernment, he pointed out, "cannot buy gain a great advantage if the naval minutes later was looping-the-loop
measures of self-defense." arms in this country, but the fascist patrol were dropped and belligerent I over the Michigan campus.
Japanese Ambassador Mamoru Shi- powers, guilty of invading Spain, rights were granted. The flourish of a bath towel from
gemitsu in a dispatch from Moscow can," Both Germany and Italy already a dormitory window that doubled for
to his government reported that Max- "Had the United States joined the 'have recognized the insurgent Junta Juliet's balcony was the pre-arranged
im Litvinoff, Russian commissar for non-intervention committee last Sep- as the government of Spain. Grant- signal that the novel method of pay-
foreign affairs, refused to recognize tember the balance would have been{ing of belligerent rights would not ing court had been observed and duly.
Japan's protests against Wednesday's in favor of the real isolation of the ino beigernt Frihs weodnt ing appreciated.
battle on the Siberian-Manchoukuoan Spanish war," Buell said, "and by of the insurgents, but would give The high-flown courtship culmi-
frontier and insisted Japanese-Man- 1 this time it probably would have them rights hitherto withheld. such as nated in a wedding ceremony at the
choukuoan forces were responsible. been over." the right to maintain a blockade Detroit Yacht Club Wednesday. More
(The Russian government early The 'epresentative assembly of the Prime Minister Neville Chamber- than 100 guests bade the newlyweds
Friday- announced it would withdraw association today authorized appoint- lain indicated in the House of Com- farewell as they embarked in a
its armer force from the di nt ment of a committee to study the _. ., . . . monevmnnn nlane that taxied un to

vs .wa w ywc 111, , N att , p'1 C1iClil1ul&dl luZ~ 'liu
and disappearing. The prominences tical Laboratory, both distinctive fea- Receiving Line
are of two major types, Mr. McMath tures of University equipment, were Members of the receiving line have
stated, the quiescent and the active, seen. been announced as follows: Regent
although he pointed out that the, The next excursion is planned for and Mrs. Junius E. Beal, Vice-Presi-
former are scarcely less mobile than tomorrow, and is. a trip to interesting I dent and Mrs. Shirley W. Smith, Vice-
the latter. places in Detroit. Expenses for the President and Mrs. Clarence S.
Among the pictures shown was one entire day for food and transporta- Yoakum, Dean and Mrs. Edward H
which Mr. McMath declared "causes tion will average $2. Reservations Kraus, Dean and Mrs. Henry M.
us to build the tower telescope for the must be made by 5 p.m. today in Bates and Dean and Mrs. James B.
University." He had previously de- !Room 1213 Angell Hall. The party Edmonson.
scribed this instrument, as well as will meet at 8 a.m. tomorrow in An- Dr. and Mrs. John Sundwall, Dean
the spectroheliograph of the Univer- gell Hall lobby, to return about 5:30 and Mrs. Clare E. Griffin, Prof. Henry
sity Observatory, a "pit-type" re- p.m. C. Anderson, Dr. Henry B. Lewis,
corder, which he described as "the Special motorbuses will take the Prof and Mrs. Wells I. Bennett, Prof.
only completely rotatable spectrohe- party to the Detroit Institute of Arts, and Mrs. Earl V. Moore, Mrs. Byrl
liograph in the world." Belle Isle Park, the Fisher Building, F. Bacher and Dr. and Mrs. Louis M.
The spectroheliograph, an appara- and Detroit Zoological Park. Eich.
tus invented in 1903 for the purpose The Rivera frescoes will be inter- Included in the group of women
of obtaining a better means of study- preted at the Art Museum by a mem- who will introduce students and
ing the sun's surface, consists of a ber of the staff. I members of the faculty to the receiv-
spectroscopic camera used in con- - - ing line are: Barbara Nelson, Wini-
junction with a telescope. Modernin" fred Cardner, Margaret Carlson, Le-
spectroscopy, according to Mr. Mc- Solons To et vina Conrad Elva Pascoe, Gwen Fos-
Math, is supplemented effectively by a w
the motion picture camera, which en- 'Civilsum, Irene Freeman, Margaret
ables astronomers to examine solar Civil ' e Friend, Miss E. R. Bixee, DMildrhd
Serv ce Har, Mrie arti~Mr. Mldred
ohenomena much more thoroughly
than before. B oIvory, Rowena LaCoste and Julia
Before OSI11 Lane.
7_ r'_Josephine Lippinga, Dorothy Love,
,HinkThiree Killed L IG y'-n Deirdre McMullan, Tony Marshall,
ThnEheeK le LANSING, July 1.-(A )-Governor Mrel akad dlieMsn
By Older (hildren Murphy said today he personally will Marcella Markland, Adelaide Mason,
ByOlder__ legislatureItoeRuthtMergenthaler, Ruth Meinke,
_________!request members of the legislature to Grace Miller, Lucille Musser, Louise
return to the capitol on final ad- Pae Eler Lcalon Jean Shisl
INGLEWOOD, Calif., July 1. ) journment dates to pass again on civil Paine, Eleanor Scanlon, Jean Shill-
The possibility that more than one serie diing, Genevieve Sproat, Frances
person attacked and garroted three business session of the legisla- Stutzman, Katherine Thomas, Dor-
little Inglewood girls whose othy Wikel, Lydia Wilson, Laura Jane
were found in a ravine Monday was ture ended last Saturday. Final ad- Zimmerman, Mrs. Louis Kulcinski,
journment, usually a perfunctory' Mrs. Allan G Justice, Mrs. Donald L.
advanced by investigators today as ceremony attended by a handful ofKimanMr.obtCrs.
they stroke to justify several baffling neamy eattnd Re atives Kimmel, and Mrs. Robert Carson.
aspects of the crime. nearbySenators andepresent ,
One official expressed a theory that was set for July 29 and 30. At that 1f
time the legislature could, if a ma- Journalism Departnent

ome eurn m unve Deen ne!

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