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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

THURSDAY, MARCH 12, 1931

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K USENSELECTS
] ( TIt T 09
Architectural Society President
Selects Nine Chairmen
for Annu Affair.
NINE BOOTHS PLANNED
Masked Costume Affair, Pageant,
Booth Decoration Prize
Feature Plans.
Heads of the nine committees for
the Architectural society's annual
Architect's ball to take place May
15 in Waterman gymnasium were
announced yesterday by Percy C.
Knudsen, '31A, president of the or-
ganization and general chairman of
the affair.
William R. Balback, '32A, and
Stanley B. Fleischaker, '32A, will
have charge of the ticket commit-
tee while John J. White, '32A, will
handle the publicity for the affair.
The decorations will be in charge
of three men, Colt W. Mead, '30A,
Lorne E. Marshall, '31A, and Fred-
erick W. Seweitzer, '31A.
Construction Committee Named.
The construction committee will
be headed by Floyd R. Johnson,
'31A, Charles T. Hagerstrom, '31A,
ant -John P. Martindale, '32A. Lyle
F. Zisier, '32A, will have charge of
the music while the invitations
will have Marjorie McGuire, '31A,
at its head:
Dorothy M. White, Spec., and
.Floride E. Sandburg, '31A, will have
jurisdiction over the costumes to
be worn at the dance. Entertain-
ment will be in the hands of Mar-
jorie Read, '32A, and William Den-
ler, '31A, will be in charge of the
floor committee.
Knudsen also announced that
nine booths containing the various
organizations of the architectural
school will line the floor, and each
one will compete for a decoration
prize to be presented later on in
the evening.
Masked Ball To Be Held.
Several novel innovations are
planned for the ball, one of them
being a masked costume affair, with
a pageant -iepicting the descent of
the "King of the Martians" and
his slaves occurring later in the
evening. The booth decoration prize
will be awarded at this time and at
the completion of the ceremnony,I
masks will be removed and balloons,
confetti and streamers will be re-
leased. from the ceiling.
A novel feature which will take
place following this in the form of
the uncovering of letters in series
spelling out "Architects' Ball" over
the orchestra platform.
University High School
Plans Summer Session
The University high school will
offer summer courses this year pri-
marily for pupils in the seventh,
eighth, and ninth grades. It has
been pointed out by the Educational
School Bulletin that students at-
tending summer school who have
children of junior high school age
will probably find it desirable to
have them attend.
As was the case last year, courses
will be offered in English, fine arts,
French, industrial a r t s, Latin,
mathematics, science, social stud-
ies, and typewriting. Emphasis will
not be placed on credits, but on the
quality of workmanship.
Educational excursions to the
museums, the library, laboratories,
the Ford museum of transporation
at Dearborn, and to other points of

interest are being arranged for the
children.
Class work will begin Wednes-
day morning, July 1, and will con-
tinue until Wednesday, Aug. 1
BRIGHK SPOT
I 802 PACKARD ST.

CHIEF JUSTICE CHARLES E. HUGHES
GRIEEITS FOLAEg N 90TH BIRT HDAY

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ANN OR NEWS-BREFS

PERiU J 'S W CHIF
GIVENd COOPERATION

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Management Predictsj
Out for Strange
Interlude.'

Co:ing here as the Pulitzer prize
For "the best play of the year," the
h e a t r e Guild's production of
Strange Interlude," b Egene 0'-
Neill, famous playw ight, will be
)efcnted Monday at the Whitney
1heatr.
Arong the cast of well-known
New York players of the Theatre
Guild are Elisabeth Risdon, Leonard
! Mudie. Glen Anders, Richard Bar-
bee, Maud Durand, Maurice McRae,
Ethel Westley, John J. Burns, and
Jack Grattan.
The leading role, that of Nina
Leeds, is played by Elisabeth Ris-
don. She is a veteran player of the
I Theatre Guild, appearing in nine of
its productions. Her first appear-
ance was in lHeartbreak House"
when the world premiere of this
Associated PresaPhoto George Bernard Shaw play was
made by the Theatre Guild in New
Justice Oliver Wendell Holmes (right), in the robing room of the York in 1920.
United States supreme court, Washington, received the congratulations The play consists of nine acts. It
of Chief Justice Charles E. Hughes in observance of his ninetieth birth- will start at 5:30 o'clock and con-
day. tinue until 7:40; following a din-
ner intermission from 7:40 until 9
o'clock, the play will be resumed
MICHIGANENSIAN SENIOR SECTION unti1 f.
WILL INCLUDE 1651 PHOTOGRAPHS taied any afternoon this week
from 1 to 5 at the Whitney theatre
43 States, 12 Foreign Countries only 37 students among the seniors South Main street.
Represented by Graduates whose pictures will appear in the
in Yearbook. book. indentity Cards Ready
Foreign students come to Michi- for Second Term Men
..-,I an froi n almsct e v-r naimtrvio iM

JtME FOR COME9 Regisration will close Tuesday Provisional President Promised
T XE D5A izenswlo have not registered Help in Solving Dificulties
,will not be permitted to vote, Perry Facing Present Republic.
DaEt lr Fding anks Changed said. C jzens must have lived in--
Bccarse of Sun day Lea. Le ward 23 days and in the state I (B AS,-Cfa!J ' #
six months befo:c they will be per- LIMA, Peru, March 11.-Pledges
Monday, March 16, c< the last dlay mitei cast billots, he added, of co-operation in solving difficul-
for filin, incg e tax reerts. it \as ties facing revolution-torn Peru
announced ycsterday. Since March Ogncratic Candidates came to its new provisional presi-
15, the usual deadline ^or filing re- - dent, David SamanCz 0 c a -n p o,
p it, falls on Cunday mh tnne A dress Party Meeting southern political leader, fromr eve-
limit has been xtc-d:d . CXra ry hand today.
day. MSEny Ann Atbor and Washtenaw Samanez, a rancher and occa-
Two internal revenue inspectors county Democrats attended a party sional army officer of Arequipa, will
wili remain in the city for the re- imeefing in tne county building last remain in office until elections can
maincler or the weeh to aid those ,iht to hear candidates in the be held and the country returned
filing income reports. They are M. Apil election outline campaign to constitutional government.
WV. Townsend, of Ann Aroor, and pineipls. A crowd of 8,000 gathered outside
W. W. Todd, of Jackson, who are Among the speakers were Charles the palace and demanded to see
assisting citizens at the Ann Arbor J. Hutzei, Democratic candidate for the new president Tucday shortly
Savings bank. iriayor, and city and ward nomi- after his arrival by airplane from
nee. Arequipa. With Lieut. Col. Gustavo
Vofers Must Register The meeting was arranged by a Jiminez, who staged the coup which
city committee headed by Carl A. brought him to power, he appeared
by Tuesday, March Lehman, chairman. and in an address promised to do
-- all in his power to restore order. He
Registrations for the biennial said expatriated extremists would
elections Apr. 6 will be held each H. d. Jones Will Give be allowed to return to Peru.
day from 8 o'clock in the morning Radio Literary Talk He finally was convinced by Lieut.
td 8 o'clock in the evening, Fred Col. Jiminez that it was best he
C. Perry, city clerk, said yesterday. The first of a series of literary come to Lima and take charge of
discussions will be broadcast this the transitional government.
afternoon from the campus studio,
when Prof. Howard Mumford Jones,
W hat s of the English department,talks on
Scontemporary interpretation in
,Gon America. The series has been ar-
I g ranged through the cooperation of,
the bureau of alumni relations. I
On rofessor Jones is the author of XPE
a number of volumes of verse and
______-___________-_ -- -- -- of plays, and has written many ar- W T
y THEATRES ticles and reviews. The topic
e Thursday, March 12, will be "The R PA RI G
t Majestic-Lois Moran and Phillip Reinterpretation of American His-
Holmes in "The Dancers." tory." The books to be discussed
s Michigan - Buster ' Keaton in will be "The Rise of American Civil- HASLER'S
e "Parlor, Bedroom, and Bath" with ization," "The American Leviath-
Y Charlotte Greenwood. an," and "Political Behavior." Suite Street Jewelers
Wuerth -Victor McLaglen in "A Arrangements are being made
Dcvil with the W/omen." with libraries to have these books
- --- available to radio listeners.

Students from 43 different states,
in addition to those from 12 foreign
countries are included among the
1,651 seniors whose pictures will ap-
pear in the senior section of the
1931 Michiganensian.
As in former years, Michigan
leads the list of the states with 9891
appearing in the book while the
second state, Ohio, boasts only 931
persons.
Among the cities, Detroit and the
vicinity, including Highland Park,
leads the list by almost 100 with
a total of 249. Ann Arbor is sec-
ond with 155 students in the Uni-
versity.
In the list of the states, after
Michigan and Ohio, New York is
third, with 76 students, Indiana is
fourth with 54, Illinois is fifth with
51, and Pennsylvania is sixth with
College Association
Announces Contest
for Exhibit Critics
An exhibition of c.ntemporary
American art sponsored by the Col-
lege Art association is on view in
the north and south galleris and
room A of Alumni Memorial, hall
until March 23. TheVexhibitio. :
the fifth of the series shown by th:
University division of fine arts this
year.
The exhibit includes oils, water
colors and prints by some of the
leading artists of the times. Some
of the paintings especially featured
are "Andros Island" by Gifford
Beal, "Marblehead" by Reynolds
Beal, and Warren Wheelock's "Re-
turn From the Fields."
The College Art association has
also announced that a prize of any
one of five prints is being offered
by the organization for the best cri-
tical essay submitted by a student
of the University on tne current
exhibition. The five prints are
"Gloucester Seiners," by Reynolds
Beal; "Builder of Little Ships," by
Gordon Grant; "Shoppers by anG
Awning," by Kenneth Hayes Miller;'
"Willows by the Sea," by William
C. McNulty;. and "Miss Enters in
Rendez-vous."
IFtK A

ga yJI.L a111 tf7J .. VU .Y . tU L
the world. More than 40 dist
nationalities are represented or
campus but only 12 nations I
representatives among the sex
who appear in the book. Ha
leads the list of foreign count
with a total of seven students.
The next on the list of for
countries is China with. five
dents. India is third with three
the Canal Zone is fourth with
Philippines Islands, Arabia, Eg
Russia, Mexico, Japan, Iraq,
Armenia are each represented
one student.

Second-semester students may
secure identification cards in th
office of the dean at any time, it
was announced yesterday by J. A
Bursley, dean of students. The cards
have been catalogued and will be
distributed from room 2, University
hall.
Necessity for obtaining and keep
ing the cards was stressed yester-

two. day at the dean's off
aypt, dent cannot official
and University identity i
by refund and gradua
presenting the card.

News From Other Col
GIVE MUSIC RECITALS. LAWYERS DOWN
UNIVERSITY OF INDIANA-Stu-i INDIANA UNIVER
dent concerts, sponsored by the royal was recently w
school of music, are being given the medical and law
here one night each week when when the former atte
there Is no major activity on the their banner from th
campus. Soloists, ensemble classes, had purloined it. Th(
or other student groups are includ- outnumbered, and w
ed in the recitals, which are openjgive up the battle,
to the public. still determined to re
STUDENTS INSPECT FACTORIES. NOTRE DAME HAS M
SAYS ROCI
UNIVERSITY OF WEST VIR-S
'INIA -Engineering students will UNIVERSITY OF C
n._ , their annual tour of -factory Knute Rockne, spe
inst ons from March 30 to April football enthusiasts
4. CL_-= included on the trip are football dinner here,
Pittsburgh, McKeesport, Charles- per cent of the entir
ton, Wheeilg, and Huntington. at Notre Dame partic

JANITOR IS BOOTLEGGER.

sort of athletics, wh
baseball, basketball, o
and that the other

LAKE FOREST COLLEGE-Stu- can be put in the cat
dents here have been reeciving their zanine high hurdlers
liquor from a janitor, it was recent-
ly discovered. When arrested Mat- COLOR 'BLUE
thew Turpil, the bootlegger, gave COLGATE UNIVE]
as his defense that he had not Lake, of the psych
brought any to the campus. ment, has introduce
WILL NOT H LD FROSH DANCE. tion in examination
covers of the books u
01HIO STATice UNIVERSITY - No I colored with harmo
freshman class dance will be held blue, red and orange.
here this year .This affair was covers are supposed
vetoed by the student senate be- I student's mind off t
cause there was no assurance of results, and thereby
financial success. results.
OF UNUISUAL 'VALUE

ice, for a stu- GENERAL
ly prove his
n matters of ,C-inQuilla -- "Dramatic Sketches
tion without of American indians;" 3:40 o'clock,
Lydia Mendelssohn theatre.
leg es jI
TODAY AND FRIDAY
2:00-3:40-7:00-9:00
4MEDICS.
SITY - Battle A modern
waged between S= it
students her-, zhose
mpted to wrest
e lawyers who
e doctors were broke;
vere forced to far too
but they are
gain it. ;oily
I% ATHLETES
KNE.
INCINNATI
aking before
stated that 91
e student body,
ipates in some
ether football,
)r intramurals,.
nine per cent
egory of "mez-
."
BOOKS' I
RSITY--Prof.i
ology depart-
d an innova-
books. The! 8
were brilliantlya
nies of deep
The startling
I to take the
he impending of o r cstag.successby
assure better Sir Gerald Du Maurize
and Viola Tree
withl
Walter Byron
Philips Holmes
Mae Clarke
j Also
ANDY CLYDE
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To be shot at sunrise is not Victor McLaglen's idea of a hap
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WOODWARD-George Washington
VAN LOON-Story of Mankind
PRIESTLEY-The Good Companion
CARVETH WELLS-Six Years in the Malay Jungle
FRANCK-Vagabond Journey Around the World
DE KRUIF-Microbe Hunters
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