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THE MICRTr.AN

T) A i t' V

FU;NERAL SERVICES OFFICIAL -BALI
FOR RAS VICIM~All Coi iaElection, Today
TO B[ EL T009Y U NSTR .CTIONS :--place a cross in the square(
the name of the candidate for whom you wise to
U";iVerity Student Killed When
Czar Craslics Isnto Trck Student cou~iipMihig
Near Ypsilanti.

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OT;IT~ENS#IPDRIE LWNER OF KCENTUCKY DERBY WINNER
OPEN ONcAMPUS

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(AllMen 'Vote)

Jarty Was Returninig from Dtc PRESIDENT
at 'Malted Lake When Mishap (Vle Ifor'tne)
6Occurrej.
1 MERTON J.IBEL.
;8" eral services ,for Frederick A.
' ''4 23, of 83 South State street, i. . CHARLES Hf. REYNOLDS
a. g9homore in the pre-eali
course at the University, who wasj SENIOR REPRESENTATIVES
killedl in an auto smash early Sun-
(lay morning on DMicigan Ave. in (Vote for Three)
Ypsilanti, will be held at 2 o'clock r I WILLIAM J. BROWNE
this afternoon in C11sanlng, for-
merly the residence of the family. [ I ROBERT T. CRANE
Burial will also take place in Ches- ~RCADA UNS
aning.CI'ICADA UNS
Cowan died at the Beyer Memor-1IMACL J.H E
ial hospital in Ypsilanti at 5 o'clock F1MLOM3 lM
Sjulday morning as a result of skull 1 I1 EWIN A. SCHRADER
futcures sustained when the ar
Which Cowan was driving crashed 1 I . HARRISON SIMRALL
head-on into an east-bound freight'
truck on Michigan Ave., near the 1 JUNIOR REPRESENTATIVES
Lay far, three miles east of Ypsi-
lanti. The truck, owned by the A. 1 Vote for Four)
And B. Cartage company of Detroit,
was driven by William Miller, 2306 f1 FREDERICKj CRUMPACKER
Davey street, Detroit, who declared
that Cowan attempted to pass an- I I THOMAS M. DAVIS
othe crn ettet rc had IIJOHN D. HUBY
pass. The impact of the collision I WILLIAM I. JORDAN
is said to have driven Cowans head
throt4gh the win~shield, lacerating ] EDWARD L. MCCORMICK
his scalp and completely detroy- ~~AFE .PLE
ing one eye.(1IALRDJ L7E
Several Injured EI THOMAS G. ROACH
Oth-er members of the Cowani
party who were injured are Miss, ( I EDWARD S. WUN CI
Apa Kroc, 17, 30 Center street,
'pganti, a senior student in Ypsi- (aefrOe
lainti Central high sepool, wvho is (oefrOe
reovering from a broken leg gt41 ~n oe
I~er ligapital; Charlotte Riley, 17, .(l e oe
11$ Towner street, pilanti, a jun-
ir ip. Central high school, who is 1 I . NALL CANDLER
in~ Reyel"lispital with several cutsI
and bruises and the los of several ,I I RO08JERI JS
teeth; Gladys Godbode, 824 BrookI
street, Ann Arbor, who is being
treated in the same Hospital for a1
fractured left arm and sevre cuts; StudentChita
aaid bruises; and Luther Fenker, 21,Chita
sol of Bev. and Mrs, Hiugh enker
100 Pearl street, Ypsilanti, who is!iAssociationi
suaffring from a fractured Rose and
tsevere head cuts. The Cowan car (nieCmu oe
was comipletely demolish'ed, the cowl (nieCmu oe
1646,g pushed back through the dri-
ver's seat. (Vote for Three)
filer, driver of the truck, will
n' i be held, according to Attprney 11, I NELSON ARMSTRONG
Carl H. Stuhrberg, Washtenawi
epunty prosecutor, who was in [ I WILLIAM COMPON
chiage of the case. Responsibilty [IMKSDCt~
for the accident has been placed EK$DXJEO
with the deceased. I I WILLIAM JACOBS
Tied to Pass Car.
Cowan is survived by his father, r. 1 DONALD KOCH
4. J. Cowan, of Qwosso; his mother, ;
Urs. Jennie Cowan, 80 South State I ] T. IfOLISTER U1ALI4Y
street; and a brother, Edward J. i_______________
Cowa%,n, also of Ann Arbor, and aj
senior at UYp sityoralschool.Bor inC tol f
While in the Unvesthe deeas- Ior n Q tr f
ed worked for his board and rooml
at Couens hal. He entered as a, Athletics
freshman in 1928.
According to police reports, the
party was returning from a dance! (Etre Campus Vote)
at Walled lake about 2:30 o'clock
Sunday morning when Cowan de-jVoefrO )
ided to pass a car on the Michi- Io orOe
gan eve. road, three miles east of Iff1 MAYNARD D MORRION
Ypjlanti. Probably misjudging the
istanlce between his own car and i1f 1 IJOHN A. TOMPKINS
the oncoming truck, Cowan could
got gt around the auto in time t
avoid the collision. Miller stated 1 RELIGION AND M1Rl4
that he was unable to swerve out 1 SUNDA Yf, 0 Y EI
of the highway son enough to al- I~
lo9W qowans car to pass. Athletes, millionaires, and meh-
-t -VE anis are the only men who the
B. (X)WiN i.... X LEAV public reverences today stated Rev.
F~OR CONV YE NAT. f IN t,. J. okes-Jaalsn, an B glish
clrgyma, who spoge Sunday
TO MAKE REPOR.Tf morning at the St. Andrew's church
!J I on religion and miracles.
!The preacher deplored the lack
Prof. G. G. Drown of the Chem- i of admiration and w~onder toward
ical enginepring department left rapesaitethtseidn
for Tulsa, Oklahoma, Sunday where in the attitude of mnany tday.
he is attending a convention There is a tendency at present to
of the Natural Gasoline association; destroy the reputation of such
of America.I great figures as Caesar, Plto, Na-
Prof. Brown has been Director of ioleon, or Washington. The. speak-
leercha since 19( and will give'
a rteport at the meeting concerning er connected this debunking view-
the results of his work here on the pint with the problem of recon-

proper use of gasoline in motor and Iclling the miracles of the Bible with
aviation fuel. Christianity.
The convention will last from Dr. Foakes-Jackson emphasised
1V~ay 20 to May 22 and will include the point that we take the real1
addresrses by prominent mien. in the heurt out. of religion when we strip
field of Chemical Engineering. from it everything that we cannot
thoroughly understand anal merely
IOWA FRATERNITIES PETITION resolve the church into an insti-
IOWA- 33 fraternities and so- tution for the promotion of wel-
rorities have petitioned the cityI fare work.

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IJOSEPH R. DUNWE
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)before
University Group to Lead Work.;;x Plan to Brig University Alumni
____ Amog Coleg Stdent ~ >~Closer by Conducting Group
Throughout Country.. of Summer Conferences
.AUMUSH:DSBORDSESSIONS BEGIN JULY 2I
Endeavoring to create an organ- 1 . f In an effort to play a part in
ired, active electorate sufcient in bringing the University and the
in Your nunmbers to outvote any who may; Alumni into closer intellectual con-
control the machinery of govern- tact, the School of Education plans
ment for anti-patriotic ends, the to conduct a roup of conferences
rIfENT Camnaign for Good Citizeship' during the coming summer. 'these
MfAN~ has been brought to the Michigan ...cnfrences are intended primar-
ericampus by Donald Fuller, '99, o01 g fradutehdges rom hae rUniver-
Deri, who is Chairman of the ::"*~~. sity with education as a major.
Ii;Advisory Group. .1ilowever others who are inteersted
[ITENTf. g paries nd z.may attend. The meetings will be-
jgreedy underworld have control of tend until Thursday, July 24.
Doui government," said fuller in a Purpose of these meetings is to
statement yesterday, "chiefly be- } ,tM.I provide an opportunity for mnen and
cause only a small percentage of t° nvrit gofmlirz hm
l ll ithe population expresses itself bytselUversityhetrendsminiriethemdi-
votintg. t the itzes cnt e i ferent movements in fields of edu-
dcdtgottepolthe condi ?I. cation. A list of topics covering
ON tion will be ameliorated." 4I ! many of these trends will be dis-
IN "Corruption in politics survives,:' .....'* cussed Iy prominent members of
he continued, "because the people '.y'wtefcly
ETare misinformed on matters of vital In i o the faculty.tres
importance. I _"_. __. " .. being shown in the Alumni Uni-
I"The Campaign will furnish a versity, it is believed that these
Ysource of unbiased information Lr eb imnn nls p lal~n i honpesntwg thei meetings should fill a well reog-
through its Advisory Group, com- traditional gold cup to William WOoaiwardc, well-known hoars roan of Inixied need. With this thought in
DREN4T ; posed of experts and authorities New York and owner of Gallant Fox, who romped home in firot of a m1ind it is the desire of the faculty
i cho sen from all parts of the coon- field of three year olds in the 57th running of the hlistori sal # 1tuckY of the ScIAT rths hoolreofneedction etht
~ELI r.~. Derby at Louisville last Saturday. jIhs h r ntrse neu
:.One of the aims of the Campaign--_______ _________(______ cation receive the full benefit of
LLisj to form groups of college stu- 1 h research work being done in
~I~T dents who will vote in coming na- DR. JOHN LATHROP SPEAKS SUNDAY the various departments. They de-
grV toupalelertos The Michigan I sire, particularly, to place before
grup Fllrsthted, will be the key- BEFORE STUD ENT CHRISTIAN GROUPI the group for whom these meetings
~IAN stone or central one of these, and !_________________ are intended their impressions in
LCHER work done in other universitiesr I regard to what we may look forward
will be modeled after the work Envisioning the church of the [Standing advances attributed to J to in the fields of their interest.
done here. future as an institution devoted toatetti getsan-laerae Among the other features of the
"This government was foundedj the practical uplift, of humanity,daetthsgatai-ldraeI summer program for the School of
reouinssth gtt I Dr*on olnahrp p-the abolition of widow burning, aI Education are its short term ours,
Ol of1 by rvltoit h ogtt r onHwadLtrp li problem that the British govern-' es These are intended for those
p113S lbrtetbs u o~ttto theytafiangastoriohtrookly, N.oYE ment were afraid to touch, and the {{ persons wishing to take courses in
tiocieies lertheyrgteig"h e at discused social change in refer- . ...n f dctinl aiite education who can not spend the
achev,"Fu~e aerd,"Te a- to religion at the Stuident ~oriewng of e daioal ailte amount o time required by the
chinery of that government has eneithwo nofIda
te) 'been captured by corrupt inter'estsI Christian association convocation Our present day congested cities longer courses. They extend over
!that are a greater menace to our hediunda night in Hill auditor- irwn more uninhabitable evrya eriod of four weeks, beginning
welfare Dr rges hnayfo-im day, present many problems as yet July_7_andedingAgust_1
andcprogressttanpanyofor-dIout numer- usled adDr. W L-aulthndenigougst1
eigin foe. 'Their power grows with os Lahoppinelinovesad Lahopx~- -Cun
CY+every month that passes and the day achievements of churchmeYALEUIEST n to- f panded this by saying that the ApsyUIES-Y - on
dywhich pointed definitely to this chology of the apartment dweller Felix von Lurckner recently spoke
warning' of Paul revere wTas noIIne roeothchrhaani-wasmlrtohtofhern- here before a large body of stu-
LY R moenede y heMiue enIstrument of social uplift. The i ent hotel borereihnh esl- ts and with his inspiring per-.
JR. o Massachusetts than is the;,borewtthrsu- speaker's own experience on infer- ant effect of breaking down the} sonality and quality for drama-
warning his spirit shouts to the 'denominational boards and com- faml istzto etteadec nums
sleepingfatriobtiovtday"missonseve to amlfy ti Marriage, he said, presented to; suspense during his recital of anec-
(Orfs betv utb oIpoint. His work in Rumania as a'I the church another problem to be dotes which dotted his colorful
wrest control of the government member of the commission for the solved. This question was not so and adventurous career. He also
from these enemies of society and protection of religious minorities much a problem of dealing with di- explained the purpose and details
_______ to do this we must banish from our; was brought out. Social service and vorce as it was a problem of teach- of the cruise which, he plans to
rgnsand hearts all tolerance for relief work carried on by churches ing young people to use discretion take on his schooner Mopelia with
that enemy, and in its place put in- in various parts of the globe was ; in picking out a life prnr it osti umr
pate. it oy hs umr
-Cation tolerance and banish also ourinm- cited.________________
difference and our selfish attitude Gandhi, who is trying to bring ProuwC
t)toward the welfare and happiness; about a . peaceful settlement of Prf hmaLrd to Tali -
rte) ;of our fellows, replacing it with an troublesome issues among the i- jB f ore Ro ane lb W
ardent crusading spirit of' service. I dus, is working in the name of re- - Cu
ligion and is a pre-eminent example, Open meeting of the Romane $2 Packard Sre
rwwG Aeronautical Section of a divinely inspired workerwoIcuascaino h aut OA
Na esPesdntIunderstands the new broader scope members of the RQmance Langlag-~ LUNCHEON SPECIAL
a esNew Prsdet of the interpretation of relit on. es department, will be held in the l13 o10 .M
____Dr. Lathrop has recetyrtr-RmneLn g1ulinro etLa ihCemd~~
Ata etigofteSooclaeed from India idwhere he iied th 103at w4:15stoday. Prof.IHenri Cha- and Carrots on oast
section of the Aeronautical oit rhoSia n tde odmr il deliver an address in I 25c
held Friday night Jack Bracken, '3 tions in general. He was impressed i French. DNE PCA
E, was elected president and Eugene everywhere by the tremendous force!i Prof. Chamard is from the Sor- 5:30 to 7:00 P. M.
Fromm, '33, secretary for the con- I for righteousness that Mahatma' bonne, a department of the Uni- 3
ing year. _ Gandhi was exerting. The out- I versity of Paris. 1 __

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GEORGE S. IRRADLY
EGBERT H. DAVIS
WHITFIELD fP. HILL
CLAY OLMSTEAD,J
JOHN R. ROSE
GEORGE C. TILLEY
JAMES F. WARD
WALLACE WESSELS

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LAWRENCE E. 1141U
1JQWAlUD SIJION

VICE-PRESIDENTj
C 1 GILBERT IIARRISON~
C11 ROBERT MURPHY
SECRETARY

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FoksJc~o e cnie txwe are showing evidence of super-b TOMMIE MACK, A.B., DIRECTOR
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