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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

WEDNESDAY, MARCH 11, 1931

Association

Founded

in

1857

by

Spence

)fCI AT I TIK ES UNIVERSITY GRADUATES ENGAGED
UU lI lUll I1 L IN AIR TRAINING COURSE IN FLORIDA
ENT PLACE
TUDENT ~ORK

Eleven Michigan graduates, the largest number from any college
in the country, are taking an aviation course at the U. S. Naval Air
station at Pensacola, Florida. Reading from left to right are: J. O.
Roberts, '30E, M. Lodeesen-Grevinek, '30E, C. H. Martel, '30, G. T. Trem-
ble, Jr., '30, J. T. Craig, H. L. Preston, '29A, F. S. Cowen, '30E, O. W. Low-
master, '30Ed, K. R. Aldrich, '30E, E. G. Storr, '30, and H. L. Mallory, '30E.
ELEVEN GRADUATES OF MICHIGAN
TRAIN AT U.S. NAVAL AIR STATION

FHESHMN TO | L G. E. DENSMJ19lOR E CONDUCT S SPE EC H
EXTENSION CLASSES FOR UNIVERSITY
Business Executives, Professional "The object of this work is to de-
Men Included in Courses velop ci ear, forceful expression.
in Detroit. !There is no place for oratory and
Manhattan Casa Loma Orchestra Il elocution in public speaking, espe- ;Strange
Will Present Novelty Acts inBusiness and professional d cially for business men. It is sales-
{ Detroit and other nearby Michi- ! to~
to Entertain Crowd. gn cti are earg y M - pe manship of personality, and success
- gan cities are learning p r o p e r ..
methods for public speaking under in it depends upon the ability to in-
F cshmen of all schools of the the guiding hand of Prof. George fluence others," Professor Dens- Eugene
University will join in celebrating E. Densmore, of the speech depart-:more said when interviewed yester- "Strange
their first formal social function of I ment, in classes offered in connec-dy sented by
the year, the Frosh Frolic, Friday tion with the University's exten- "This has always been shown in York, ne
night in the ballroom of the Union. sion work. . elections," he continued. "The sim- becausy
The Manhattan Casa Loma's, a Professor Densmore is teaching ple, straight-forward speech has al- becauseo
Columbia recording orchestra, will two regular classes on Tuesday and ways won for the candidate using 5:30 o cl
provide music for the traditional Thursday evenings in the Detroit it. Lincoln defeated Douglas, and with a d
event, public library, and another for bus- McKinley smothered Bryan. Clay 7:40 unt
&eve:al novelty features have mess executives of the Oakland and Webster were silver-tongued A cast
been planned by the orchestra to Motor company in Pontiac. In ad- orators, but they never won the players,u
entertain the crowds. Two pieces dition he is conducting private les- coveted presidential office." producti
written by the banjoists, will .be sons for several other individuals. One of the Oakland county offi- presente
presented for the first time at the cials, in commenting last year upon to win ti
roli.The mu, as well as a nfthe training he had received in "the best
description of the affair, will be Professor Densmore's classts a i d the lovel
broadcast over radio station WJR, fl T l Ill UIIUUI that results were immediately no- 'prmncipal
of Detroit, from 12:30 until 1:30ticeable in the men taking the which is
o'clock.I O course, don, anc
The taproom of the Union will be IL E-L [If "We learned," he said, "that theret reers sh
open to those attending the func - IL_ _ was a great deal more to speaking The bt
tion, as will the Pendleton library. than the flourishes." theatre
Two special breakfasts will be serv- Council Will Punish Societies The students in the Detroit clas- eatreh
ed from 12 until 2 in the taproom, Violating Hell-Week ses include business men, executives manager
which is open to women on only a Stipulations of b a n k s, automotive industries, - -
few occasions during the year. ..p - and insurance companies, lawyers,
Announcement of the floor com-
mittee for the Frolic will be made In consideration of the actions and doctors.n
within the next few days, the Frolic numerous fraternities have taken In addition to the other exten-
committee stated last night. during hell week, the Interfrater- sion classes, Professor Densmore WA
Women attending the Frolic will nity council has unanimously de- conducts one every Sunday after-
be granted special late permission, cided to take action against any noon at Jackson prison. In re-
while attempts are being made to fraternity accredited with violating sponse to an article about it print-
permit freshmen participating in certain stipulations laid down by ed in a Detroit paper recently, he 70
fraternity initiations, to be present the council aof books by standard authors, and KIL
at the event. The stipulations were enumer-achfomabytroitosanK
--c,----- ated in a form letter sent to all a check from a Detroit woman.
fraternites yesterday. They were
i W hat 'S physical mistreatment of c a n d i-
dates, destruction of property, pub-
lic disturbances, and interruption LAST
oiof class attendance. "Such unnec- TIMES
essary and deplorable outgrowths" TORAY
of hell-week reported to the coun-e r.
cil would be subject to immediate
_____________ action by that group. - I - U

ITO PRESE[NT
1A NEXT WEE[K
Interlude' Scheduled
Appear at Whitney
Theatre Monday.
O'Neill's nine-act drama,
Interlude," will be pre-
the Theatre Guild of New
xt Monday night at the
theatre. The performance,
of its length, will begin at
ock, continuing until 11,
dinner intermission from
il 9.
of well-known New York
with six from the original
on, is scheduled for the
tion.
ay, one of three by O'Neill
hie Pulitzer prize award for
t play of the year," depicts
life of Nina Leeds, O'Neill's
J character, the role of
s played by Elizabeth Ris-
d the three men Whose ca-

l
r
F

e completely dominates.
ox office of the Whitney
will be open from 1 to 5
afternoon, Don McIntyre,
r, said yesterday.
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CALL
75, 7112 OR 21014
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cers and men of the regular Navy. selected from the University at
The flight course consists of ap- large to take the training the com-
proximately 85 hours of varied in- ing year.
struction and solo in seaplanes fol-
lowed by 70 hours of intensive
training in land-planes. Stunts,1
formation and-crosscountry fflying, Daily Official Bulletin
were elected by the students, enact- (Continued from Page 8)
ment by the executive council pro-
vided for nominations of presiden- Death Penalty: Professor H. R.
tial candidates in the student Cabi- Coffey, Dr. B. Jimenez, and Dr. F.
net. I S. Onderdonk will talk on "Do we
The present S. C. A. is directed by need the death penalty?" Friday,
an executive cabinet composed en- March 13, at 4:15, in Natural
tirely of students, with a paid sec- Science auditorium. Professor Ar-
retary to conduct office correspond- thur E. Wood will preside. Oppor-
ence. Six men are chairmen of the tunity for discussion will be given.
committees which regulate work
pertaining to international, fo um, Nursery Section of the Faculty
religious, faculty, extension, a}:d Woo'en's Club will meet at the
freshman activity, and with a stu- Michigan League, Thursday, March
dent secretary form the advisory 2, at 8 o'clock. Dr. R. W. Bunting
cabinet to the president, who is wiL peak on "The Care of Chil-
chosen from the committee-chair- dren feeth."
men by the merit system.____________
Trustees Supervise Activity. 4
Adult supervision over the asso-
ciation's activities is o b t a i n e d
through the board of trustees, com-
posed of Registrar Ira M. Smith, EI .aEsts O
chairman, Frank Royce, treasurer,
and four other men interested in NOW PLAYING
the association's welfare.
A modern maid whose heart
TYPEWRITER broke for too easily.
.REPAIRING f-+I

THEATRES
Majestic-Lois Moran and Philip
Holmes in "The Dancers."
Michigan-Joan C r a w f o r d in
"Dance, Fools, Dance."
W u e r t h-Charles Ruggles in
"Charley's Aunt."
GENERAL
Organ Recital-Palmer Christian;
4:15 o'clock, Hill auditorium.
Lecture-J. J. Engerrand on Cir-
cle F r a n c a i s series: "Beranger,
chansonnier francais"; 4:15 o'clock,
room 103, R o m a n c e languages
building.
UNIVERSITY OF ILLINOIS-
Tailor-made uniforms were offered
as a means of meeting a great deal
I fthe objection to compulsory mili-
tary training at a student assembly,
recently.

James Ward, president of the
council, also asked for statements
from fraternity presidents contain-
ing opinions on any of the stipula-
tions mentioned in the letter.
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LAST TIMES TODAY
moan a O
in her most dramatic romance!
Dance"
Back of the front page underworld drama, beautiful Joan crashes to as
exciting a climax as the screen has shown! Gun-play! Gals! Heart-throbs!

MARCH 16%21

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Buy Your Seats Early!
In every city where this Pulitzer Prize play has
been presented, all the tickets have been sold far in
advance. Evidently, playgoers regard attending it
in the light of an adventure, and so they secure their
tickets early. In several cities, those who delayed
were forced to take standing room, and many others
could not even gain admittance.
Eugene O'Neill's Extraordinary 9-Act Drama

"STRANGE INTERLUDE"

Presented by The Theatre Guid, Inc.

SHORTS

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WHITNEY TEARE, MON., MARCH 16
with a brilliant New York cast, indluding Elisabeth Rnsdon,
benard Mudle, Blie Cardner, Richard Barbee, Maud
Dvranrd, Maurice Mecae, Ethel Westley,.. John J. Bu,
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