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THE MICHIGAN IOAILY

SUNDAY, MARCH 15, 1931

SEVERE EARTHQUAKES CAUSE HEAVY
DAMAGE THROUGH B ALKAN SECTION

Theatre Guild Cast
Will Present O'Neill

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Drama Here Monday
Eugene O'Neill's nine-act drama,
- "Strange Interlude," one of three y
y PLACK plays by the author to win thei
Pulitzer prize for "the best play of
SAthe year," will be presented Mon- -
-L, day night at the Whitney theatre. T
/ KoPLJe The play will begin at 5:30 o'clock
-ADb R IAT I Cand continue until 11 o'clock, with c sonaly
''a dinner intermision from 7:401 IC
} SE A :a- CP
sat orsYThe Theatre Guild, of New York, POINAR TO GIVE MUS C
SALCIN R TThOTheatr
which will present the play, will ----_
m:7.: /nclumo i, its cast six members of db e
AEGEAN ~~he rijnal production. Elisabeth B acs Wlb -c~ a ci
Cordner, Richard Barbee. Maud. n .. I
:::::A5E A.. ?Durand, Maurice McRae, E t h e 1 -
. . Westley, John J. Burns, and Jack Dr. Marta Guern cy Colby, of 1
Grattan, will have parts. the pschology dop rtmen , will
I. ":::":discuss "T 'e Effect of Fear upon
Shaded portion in above map shows renon that sittained heavyr Tf the Peron ity of the Child" t5
damage in a series of severe earthquakes that rocked the Balkan states. o'clock c iay durig the Unwersi q
More than 150 weie believed killed, many villages and towns were do- LL broadcast in a program dcdica? Q
to the Parent-Teacher o iation.
vastated, hundreds of peasants made homeless and bridges and rail- IIGeorge Poinar, violIn<ist, will Pxc
ways ruined. .sent the musical program.
-1 --- iMay Repeal Band Lessons.
The last of the series of five les-
T E S SAnn Arbor Man Returns to Post sons in the playing of band instru-
T DISPLA Y WORK on Commission After His ments will be given during theI
- Monday broadcast. Prof. Joseph E.
olexFirmEnters er-ger.Maddy, of the music school, has re-
Collection of Plates Exhibited ceived a number of request: to re-
in Architectural Building. R\dolph E. Reichert, of Ann Ar- peat the broadcasts, and, if time is,
bor, yesterday was reappointed as available, this will be done, accord-
New Supply Sent to Point Barrow A new collection of plates, de- state banking commissioner by ing to Prof. Waldo Abbot, directou
Suffi t P rc owsigned by students in the architec- Governor Wilber M. Brucker, an I of the studio.
ThoughtSufficientto tural college is being shown in the Associated Press dispatch disclosed. I "Ancient and Modern Man in th
Halt Malady. exhibition room of the architectural Reappointment of Reichert was Lower Vezere Valley" is the topic
building. The designs are all plans made after the American State which will be discussed Tuesday by
POINT BARROW, Alaska, Mar. 11 of entrances to clubs and restau- bank of Detroit, of which he was ienry M. Kendall, of tlhe geography
-(W)-The diphtheria scourge had rants to be criticized later by a president, was one of four Detroit department.
the upper hand again here today, committee composed of members of banks aff ected in an amalgamation To Tark on Gardens.
but Dr. Henry Griest of the Pres- the faculty. Friday. He has resigned his. com- A topic planned to appeal to all
:b nmhsioniership last week ,to become lovers and g owers of flower~s will
byterian mission hospital and his The majority of the plates are ois te Detoit to bethee ,aers a of Wesday
wife were fighting back with re- modernistic in effect and combine hfad brl e made psint be te foo uroacs hen Prof.
had barely been made president be- ) ",rnonbradcast, when Prof.
newed spirit 'and an additional sup- some of the newer ideas in archi- fore it was merged with the Peoples I arlow 0. Whittemore, of the land-
ply of antitoxin. tectural study. No names are at- Wayne county bank. sc pe design department, speaks on
The number of serious cases had tached to the drawings, numbers Reichert, before tendering his "Care and Planting of the Garden."
mounted to 24, the only hospital designating the authors of the resignation to Governor Brucker, The second of the book-talk series
was overflowing and the outbreak plans until the results of the criti- was a state banking commissioner I under the general nanme, "Con-
was spreading rapidly. Some of the cism are announced. for four years. temporary Interpretation of Amer-
patients were expected to die. Im- No statement could be obtained ica," will be given by Prof. Howard
munization of the entire popula- from Reichert, who is, at the pres- Mumford Jones, of the English de-
.tion, about 300 natives and a dozen Abolitin of Honorary ent time, in Detroit. He lives at I partment, Thursday afternoon.
whites, including four children, was Groups to be Debated 1120 Baldwin avenue. I,___ _ _____n
being rushed with all possible speed. ---- I -
The new supply of serum was The abolition of all honor so- sible, at least one idea for a per- ans Open
brought here from Fairbanks Fri- cieties at the University will be de- petual motion machine, and the Fonui on Dech d4
day by Joe Crosson, aviator. He bated by Adelphi members next club as a whole will seek to show
made a previous flight here with Tuesday night at their regular why it will not work. Members are An open forum discussion on the
antitoxin and fruits last Sunday. meeting in Angell hall. Two weeks asked to note the change of time topic, "eyolvedl: that the recently
Shortly after the aviator's arrival remain in which applications for and place. All those interested are enacted Michigan capital punish-
Friday, four new cases were re- membership and tryout speeches cordially invited to attend. m.ent bill is a bad piece of legisla-
ported and the same number took may be made, according to Victor Lion," will be held by Alha Nu at
ill the day before. Rabinowitz, '31, speaker. Orders for Senior Engineering the regulai me tig T esday night,
IAnnouncements and invitations will it w:s announced by Royal Peake,
gbuilding. The lecture will Junior Mathematical Club will be taken Tuesday, Wednesday, and '34E, program chairm an.
neerig d wiThursday,Marche17,-18,-19.lThis - - -
be illustrated with moving pictures. meet at 8 p. in., Tuesday, March 17, I be te onl porunity o de he Union on Tuesday, March 17
in 3011 Angell hall. Professor A. D.a t :: p. m.

CORINKINV.ASKS
&H R EIN ESFTAT E
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year.
Explains Practical Aspects.
He continued by explaining that
the practical benefits to students
in the way of vocational guidance
and personality analysis would
make this forum of more than or-
dinary significance.
Dr. Blumenthal has a long record
of scientific research and public
service. Born and educated in Eu-
rope, he has done extensive work
in anthropology in Australia, Af-
rica, and China. He has been a-
round the world three times on ex-
peditio'ns of scientific study. In the.
vocational psychology field he has
directed vocational guidance bur-
ea'ts in Buffalo and New York, be-
sides heading the United States vo-
cational bureau at Washington.
Educated In France.
Having been born and educated
in France, Dr. Blumenthal was ac-
tive in French diplomatic relations
previous to and during the World
war. He served on the French mis-
sion to America on the question of
Alsace Lorraine.
As a consultant in applied psy-
chology 'the speaker has done work
at Harvard university and at the
Ferris institute. The police depart-
ments of Grand Rapids and Flint
have availed themselves of his serv-
ices.

ArnoMa Franklin, I
of Vivian Gordon, slain vice'
in'uiry witess, went to New York
from Cincinnati to press a claim for
a share of the Broadway butterfly's
C r $9,003 estate.
PLA ANNOUNCEDb
T- - -c S a le fo r S lid e R } e W ill
ec encd on Tuesday.
Tickets for the 1931 Slide Rule
dancc to be givn March 27'at the
Union by the classes of the engi-
neering college will go on sale Tues-
day in the West Engineering build-
ing, 'the Union and all bookstores,
Jack Spencer, '32E, chairman of the
committee, announced yesterday.
The number of tickets for the
annual formal affair will be limited
to 250, Spencer added. . Ace Brigode
and his band from Station WTAM,
ClevIl. nd, will provide the music.
The Union has planned to open
the Xndleton library and the tap
room during the dance as well as
the ante rooms off the main ball-
icom. The decorations for the af-
air are in charge of John J. White,
. and Lyle Zisler, '32A.
I -~

TNGINEERTO TALK
John B. Taylor to Demonstrate
Transmission of Sound
in Light Beam.
"Audible Light" will be demon-
strated by John Bellamy Taylor,
consulting engineer from the Gen-
eral Electric company research lab-
oratories, in a lecture to be given
at 8 o'clock Tuesday night in Na-
tural Science auditorium.
Described as an incidental revel-
aticn of some of the scientific ac-
complishments in eloctro-physical
rescarch in vacuo, the lecture is
said to include numerous enlight-
ening surprises.
By means of apparatus responsive
to light, Taylor will enable the au-
dience to hear rather than see from
a variety of illuminating sources,
much that the eye is incapable of
detecting, and he will demonstrate
how speech, song and instrumental
music are carried in a beam of light.
Taylor, according to an announce-
ment, is well known among engi-
neers for many contributions to the
electrical art. He has taken an ac-
tive part in the development of
radio broadcasting, and in solving
certain of the problems encount-
ered in the design of talking movie
equipment.
The program is under the joint
auspices of the electrical engineer-
ing. department and the Detroit-
Ann Arbor section of the Ameri-
can Institute of Electrical Engi-
neers. It will be open to the gen-
eral public, the announcement
states.
Film Star's Remark
Causes Political Fight
BERLIN, Mar. '14.-(/P)--Charlie
Chaplin today found himself unwil-
lingly enmeshed in German politi-
cal discussions.
The "Young Guard," Communist
youth organ, quoted the movie ac-
tor as declaring to its editor: "My
greetings and all my sympathies
are with the Communist youth of
Germany."

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Engineers and Physicists: Mr.
John B. Taylor, of the research lab-
oratory of the Gcneral Electric
company, will give a demonstrated
lecture on "Audible Light-The

Moore of the electrical engineering
department will speak on "Mathe-
matical and graphical treatment
of a light court problem." Everyone
is invited to attend.
Physics Colloquium: Professor J.
M. Cork will talk on "Interactions
between X-rays and electrons," at
4:15 on Tuesday in room 1041, East
Physics building. All interested are
1nvited to attend.
R. . ch Club will meet Wednes-
day, A.:ch 18, at 8: 00 p. mn., in
room 25i213 East Medical building.
The following papers will be pre-
sented:
"The Mississirpi" by Mr. Gardner
S. Williams.
"Some Legal Consequences of
Withholding Recognition from Rus-
sia," by Professor E. D. Dickinson.
There will be a short meeting of
the Council at 7:30 p. m., in the
same room.
Undergraduate Physics Club will
meet in the staf. room on the sec-
ond floor of the East Physics bldg.,
Wednesday evening, March 18, at
7:30. The subject of the meeting is
"Perpetual Motion Machines." All
r members are asked to bring, if pos-

the same. .Uues wil also be received
at the same time. Members of these Micigan Dames will
two committees will be in front of i cg a ng Tesd y even
room 221, West Engineering build- re'ar at n T'lc y thenin-i-
ing. It will be necessary to present M' 27, at a' 1-
your receipt for paid dues before igan League bldg n re
ordering announcements or invita- rineuested to be e t rdm to
tions. bring a person eligible for memben

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OF THE
WILL BE OPEN TO THE PUBLIC
MONDAY NIGHT
FOR DINNER
5:30 to 7:30
T E SENIOR SUPPER WILL BE SERVED ON THE
SECOND FLOOR

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Junior Group, A. A. U. W.: There
will be a dinner meeting Wednes-
day, March 18, at 6 o'clock at Pal-
mer Field House. Reservations must
be made before Monday. Call either
Mrs. McFarlan at 6079 or Mrs. Alder
at 4731. An interesting program has
been arranged and all members are
urged to come.
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