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SATURDAY, JULY''' 21; 1931




Of The DAY

Doorian, Has,
Just One Dut

Senate Kills Court Reorganization


Sex Crime Prison 26 Language Parley To Be Held
Proposed For State
PrIn New York By Girl Scouts
LANSING, July 23.-(iP)-A recom-
mendation that a new penal institu-
tion be established for the confine- NEW YORK, July 23.-1/P)-Some l ambitions.
ment of persons convicted of sex hundred-odd girls who speak more The meeting, which opens Aug. 9
crimes was made today by Hilmer than a score of languages among at Camp Andree, Briarcliff Manor.
Gellein, pardons and paroles commis- N.Y., will mark the 25th anniversary
sioner. of the founding of the Girl Scout
Gellein proposed to Governor Mur- three weeks next month. There'll be movement in the United States. Mrs.
phy that the new institution be estab- no confusion of tongues, their leaders Franklin D. Roosevelt, honorary pres-
lished in connection with the Mich- assert. On the contrary, there is ex- ident of the scouts, will greet the girls.
igan Reformatory at Ionia. He pro- pected to be a blending, not only of After the Camp Andree session,
posed that the prison be equipped languages, but also of ideas. they will spend another week together
tri dt 1 nnnl n-i-c The youngY ladies will be represen- , rma GrlQ,.i c r..,..i-

(By The Associated Press)
Kocsis Is Favorite To
Win State Golf Tourney
GULL LAKE, July 23.-(P)-Ten
Detroiters and six outstate stars have
survived play in the 31st annuall
tournament of the Michigan state
amateur golf tournament after Fri-
day's two rounds of play.
Chuck Kocsis, three time winner
in other years, remained the favorite
to dethrone Dave Ward, Saginaw, who'
won in 1926 and again in 1936 at
Saginaw Country Club, his home
course. Kocsis, whose six under par
66 set a new course record and won
medal honors by five strokes Thurs-
day, continued his sub par play Fri-
day. He beat W. A. Ryan, Detroit, 5
and 4, in the morning, and Lou Wen-'
drow, Lansing, 7 and 6, in the after-
noon. Kocsis had five birdies in each
match and was five under par for
the day's play.
The only lefthander to qualify, Art
Thorner, Detroit, was beaten in the
first round Friday morning by C. M.
Greenstreet, Ann Arbor, when he
missed a short putt on the 21st hole.
James Standish, Jr., the only player.
ever to win the title four times, also
was a first round victim. He lost to
Chan Simonds, Detroit, 2 and 1, in a
match of near par golf.
FLINT, July 23.-(R')-The engage-
ment of State Senator William Pal-
mer, of Flint, to Miss Britta Lisa
Lindblad, Battle Creek nurse, was an-
nounced Friday by the Senator's
mother, Mrs. Thomas Palmer. The
date was not announced. Senator
Palmer is Democratic floor leader
of the Senate.

(Continued from Page 1)
horses along a State St. of 50 years
ago. His reminiscences go back tol
the days when he traveled around the"
country with the Lombard Bell Ring-
ers. He did, tap dances. He also used
to "sing in public," and was in great
demand for community programs.
He remembers acquaintances
formed with men students, freshmen
to seniors. Several years ago it was
found that an average of 2,500 men
students pass through the Union's
front door each day. George gets to
know a lot of them, but rarely remem-
bers their names.
George went around for. several
years dodging every co-ed in sight.
He had unwittingly said to a student
that the year's crop of women stu-
dents was somewhat under par. He
didn't know the inquisitor was a
freshman reporter for The Daily un-
til he saw his remarks in black and
white the next morning, Then the
women, for several months, wanted to
know just what he meant.
Because he can't be idle, he has no
intention of retiring, he says. If ap-
pearances count for anything, he'll go
on tipping his cap to women coming
toward his precious front doors, and
asking them to take the side entrance,
for many another semester.
A freshman ventured close to him
one day and asked timidly just what
he told women about the front en-
trance. George says he bent close to
the youth and said he told the wom-
"Get the devil away from here. Get
yourself to the side entrance where
you belong. And don't ever let me
catch you around here again!"
"Boy!" George says the freshman
muttered. "You really tell 'em, don't


Lo accommoaa~e, 1 unmaes. i
"Criminals of this type should be1
segregated," Gellein said.
Legislative action would be re-
quired to authorize construction of'
the institution.
Letter Writing
Makes A child
NEW YORK, July 23.-VP)-Here's
a tip for parents who find that their
children have time on their hands
during vacation.
Let the children write to their
friends, without guidance, says Dr. H.
Wayne Driggs, New York University
professor, after a study of 2,000 letters
by children.
Writing letters gives children op-
portunity to use a rich vocabulary
they never use in the classroom he
Comparing letters with composi-
tions by the same children, Dr. Driggs
found that the unusual words in com-
positions obviously had been "lifted"
from required reading, but those in
the letters sprang from the child's 1
f shave a better command ofi
words than girls, Dr. Driggs has dis-

l i l ; L t l 1 ~ t t 1 +7 W i l # G G j ~ t 1 4 3 0 . 1 j a t P i n e 1T r e e , a i r i S c o u t c a m p n e a r i
tative types of 25 nations and all Plymouth, Mass. The goodwill se-
sections of the United States-Girl sion will wind up with a sightseeing
Scouts and Girls Guides attending the tour of New York.
first international encampment to be
held in this country. SUNDIAL ERECTED 1150 B.C.
Nearly all the delegates, who will be The oldest astronomical instru-
from 17 to 19 years old, speak two or I men in China and possibly in the
more languages. All of them follow1world is a sundial at Tengfeng, Hon-
the same scouting rules, have similar an province, erected around 1150 B.C,
S Theeasiestway to effect savings is to purchase when the
seller is most anxious to sell. We must sell! We've no choice
but to clear the former Laura Belle Stock as quickly as
SEERSUCKER PLAYSUITS with bandana attached. They're
t cool and comfortable for lounging around, too.

At an extraordinary session of the Senate Judiciary Committee, floorI
strategy was mapped for the Senate's action in killing President Roose-
velt's plan to reorganize the Supreme Court. Vice-President John N.
Garner (left seated) and Majority Leader Alden Barkley (right seated)
were invited to sit with the committee for the important discussion.
With them are Sen. Henry F. Ashurst (left), of Arizona, chairman of
the committee, and Sen. Burton K. Wheeler of Montana, leader of
the opposition.
White, Flattering To Everyone,
Gives Cool And Neat Freshness

Were $1.95.

0.Nlow 98c

We had such a landslide of customers for the Fownes, Van
Raalte and Globe GLOVES that we had to add the $2.00
fabrics to the group now offered at


0. 3 for $1.00


Publication in the Bulletin is constructive notice to all members of the
=mvers tr.Copy received at the ot e s the Aridtant to the Pred4.
viit~t ;11.00 am. on Saturday.
(Continued from Page 2) Department.
Principal safety promotion adviser,
before Monday noon. Transportation $5,600 a year; division of labor stan-
will be provided. dards, Department of Labor.
Warden, $6,500, $5,600 and $4,600
The Men's Education Club will a year and associate warden $5,600,
meet at the Michigan Union Monday, $4600 and $3,800 a year; U. S. Bu-
July 26 at 7:30 p.m. Dr. Hobbs will reau of Prisons, Department of Jus-
speak on "Difficulties Encountered tice.
in Making Polar Flights." Dr. Hobbs For further information, please call
is an authority on this subject. You at the office, 201 Mason Hall.
should not miss this meeting. All University Bureau of Appoint-
men interested in Education are cor- ments and Occupational In-
dially invited. formation.
Saturday, 2 p.m. visit to Saline Students School of Education.:
Valley Farms. Instructive tour of. Courses dropped after Saturday, July
farm, recreation and picnic supper. Course roed t trda
Cars leave Unitarian Church at 2 24, will be recorded with the grade
p.m. Telephone 3085 for transporta- of "E" except under extraordinary
tion reservation, circumstances. No course is con-
_n__r__.sidered officially dropped unless it has
Christian Students Prayer Group been reported in the office .of the
holds its weekly meeting, as usual, in Registrar, Room 4, University Hall.
the Michigan League Bldg., Saturday, School of Education: Students who
7:30 p.m. All students are welcome, received marks of incomplete or X
Scripture reading, prayer and fel- at the close of their last term of at-
lowship. For room inquire at desk.
tendance, must complete work in such
Phi Lambda Upsilon. There will courses by July 28. Petitions for
be a picnic for all members on Sat- extension of time, with the approval
urday, July 24. Those attending please of the instructor concerned, shuld be
meet outside Chemistry Bldg., at 1:30 directed to the Administrative Com-
p.m. mittee of the School of Education
G. W: Stroebe, Pres. and presented at 1437 U.E.S. before
July 28. In cases where no supple-
The Bureau has received notice of mentary grade or petition for exten-
the following civil service examina- sion of time has been filed, these
tions: marks shall be considered as having
Senior educational anal st (tests lapsed into E grades.

covered, because they have wider ac-
By COLLINGS ADAMS of this type. It has a little pointed iitivities. So he advises parents to sub-
' Not only is white flattering to al- collar and tailored sleeves, with ma-I ject children to a variety of experi-
everyone, but nhot days it ron piping and onpthem a matching' nces, says it will improve their vo-
mosteeybt onhtdasi belt. There is a zipper closing on cabulary.
gives one a cool and neat freshness, the side and another extending from Dr. Driggs has discovered that, in
whether for classroom, or afternoon the throat to the middle of the waist. letters, girls talk more about school,
wear. The skirt is very full being circular take more interest in dress and books,
Now that science is cooperating and should be worn by the owner of a write longer letters. Boys write main-
pair of slim brown legs. ly about sports.

with the dress designer, white clothes
are no longer the worry and expense
they used to be. Rayon fabrics laun-
der easily and have achieved new
weaves and textures that appear of-
ten to look like wools, linen or cot-
A tailored dress is very often the
smartest for most informal occasions.
One in particular is made of aceltate
and has a firm twill surface. This
makes it entirely individual in ap-
pearance and allows it to pleat beau-
tifully. Crisp and summery, it is an
ideal dress for campus activities.
Giving a neat slim line from the
shoulders to the hem are about 20
tiny pleats, stitched partway down
on the waist, and again under the
belt. The short sleeves are plain

For classroom wear a crisp non-
crushable linen is the ideal for any
hot day. It launders beautifully, and
dirt does not stay with it. It is
simply cut with a straight skirt, has
a tiny bolero jacket and a bright
vari-colored sash, that ties in a neat
bow in the front.
The nicest accessories to wear with
white are white shoes, gloves and a
color trimmed hat, with a contrast-
ing purse.
POTTSVILLE, Pa., July 23.-(P)-
Four miners trapped 400 feet under-
ground by a fall of coal in a shaft
near Llewellyn walked to the surface
tonight, grinning over their escape
-4 nne " v inli al A an-i n A

And here's a valuable suggestion! Why not put in your
supply of Christmas GIFTS at one-tenth of their former
prices. With such tremendous savings in Purses, Lingerie,
Handkerchiefs, Gloves, and so forth, the wise thing to do
is to stock up.
Former Laura Belle Stock

with a slight puff. There is a tiny ancsoing meaiii attenion. a
stitched band around the throat; crew of 50 workers dug through a 40-
vivid red or green plastic duck but- ton cave-in to get the men out.
tons file down the front of the bo-
dice, and match a cord belt with its SWIM PICNIC
front loop tie.
Dresses with zippers down the front N EWPORT
seem to be quite popular this year BATH ING BEACH
too. Of white sharkskin with a con-
trasting color for accent, is one dress PORTAGE LAKE

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and measurements), $4,600 a year;
educational analyst (tests a n d
measurements), $3,800 a year; ex-
tension service, office of Cooperative
extension work, Department of Agri-
Field representative, $3,500 a year;
division of savings bonds, Treasury

Student Supplies

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Choice of one:
Florida Orange Cocktail Cream of Tomato
Jellied Consomme or Chicken Broth au Riz Iced Grape Juice
Branch Celery , Mixed Olives Sweet Pickles
Breaded Fresh Michigan Frog Legs, Remoulade Sauce '$1.10
Stuffed Long Island Duckling, Spiced Crabapple $1.10
Calves Sweetbreads Saute, Rasher Bacon $1.10
Roast Leg of Spring Lamb, Demi Glace, Mint Jelly $1.10
Special Chicken Salad Plate, Hearts of Lettuce $1.10
Tenderloin or Porterhouse with French Fried Potatoes to order
French Fried Potatoes or Potatoes Louise
New Green Beans 6r Corn on Cob
Frozen Punch

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