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' I" HE MICHIGAN

DAILY

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SURVIVORS OF VIKING EXPLOSION SHOWN 19MILL I HONOR SOCIETY CLINGING TO WRE KA E" NE G O SUCCUIMIEBS LATER TO INDUCT NIKE A STARS SHU!
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Professor f~icischman Originated
Flan and Brought It Before
Speech Association.
as:
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fosterin#; amateur acting ar d the-
atrical pro(luctions on a national
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I'l-,ischm-n, of the speech depart-
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ment, managing director of the or-
ganization.
-Cop z: crht 1931 by i !rz ,flsso afed Press i
The desirability of a national or- This is the first picture of Henry G. Sargent of Boston, Clayton King, wireless operator, and W. Ken-
gamization to unite various amateur nedy, navigator, clinging to the wreckage of the sealer Viking after an explosion in the ice off Newfound- ;
dramatic activities originated with, land, The photo was made by a doctor on the rescue ship Sagona. Kennedy died later.
Professor Pleischman, and Prof. O.
J. Campbell and Prof. J. R. Nelson,
of the English department. SL T, C T I
Speech Body Aids. WRITE ARTICLES U JUN Ill 11 Is
National impetus was given the
idea at its inception by the Nation- Michigan professors Contribute
al Association of Teachers of Speech,
and through the special efforts of TO 4-FF E H H[C T I to Scientific Periodicals. 10 U N HU'% B I tj P[91
Prof. John Dolman, of the Univer- I -
sity of Pennsylvania, Prof. E. C. Pupils of Schoenfield and Newell A summary of the month's scien Bridge, Ping- Ponce and Billiard
Mabie, of Iowa university, Prof. tific periodicals shows that two 9
Frederick Koch, of the University Will Play Tomorrow in Michigan professors ofessors and a former finals Scheduled for I,
of North Carolina, and Daniel Quirk Music School. student of the University have pre- This Week.
of Ypsilanti. The Michigan State sented some of the leading techni-
Federation of Warren's clubs the I cal articles.
Fifteen students o Lucille Gra- I <<r Final round-robin piny in the an-
Michigan Press club, and the Drama "The Propaga ion of Energy by nual Union b.idv;"e, ping-pong, and
League of America have endorsed ham Schoenfield, pianist, and Thel- I waves and the Ampitude of a Light
ma Newell violinist of the School Wave" written b Prof. William W. bills ,,rd tournaments will be com-
the movement, while the National by pleted this week, it was announced
Council of Teachers of English and of Music, will present a recital at Sleator, of the physics department, yeste day by the committee in'
the AmericanShakespeare associa- 7:45 o'clock tomorrow night in the is a treatment of wave motion. It charge of tournament play. Billiard I
tion are affiliated. appeared in the current issue of
School of Music auditorium. The the Journal of the t players will finish t h e i r final
"It is frequently said that the Optical society public may attend. of America. matches by Thursday, v hile play in
.
spoken drama is failing, both for the ping-pong and bridge competi-
lack of competent actors and audi- Roberta Washington will present In the same Journal appeared Lion will continue until the end of
ences," said Professor Fleishman. Sonatina, first movement, by Kuh- "Interference in S o I'a r Corona' the week. Winners in all events will
"As a i after of. fact, there has nev- which was written by Prof. Heuer be
lau; Etude, The Gypsies, by Burg- given awards, bridge victors se-
been
aa, time mateunc college and civic mueller; Minute Waltz, by Chopin, mentr director h of 'thenastronomical singles ands doubles both the
among play.
dramatic organizations has been so and Serenata, by Moszkowski. Mar I observatory, and Winthrop R. Further competition in other
wide-spread. Almost every first- garet Emery will play 'Pedal Study, I Wright, of the physics department events will cease after spring vaca-
class college and university I
- at Swathmore college, Swathmore,
now Of- Gayhor; Wayside Brook, by I tion to allow committeemen and
fers more c less ambitious courses Smith; and the Jester by Froede. I Pa' Union officials to complete plans-
in the acting . and of I The March issue of the Physical producing for the Spring Homecoming, plan-
Richard Mann accompai led by Review contained an article on
plays, with the result that a grow- Dorothy Knoelk,
" number of competent 31SM, will oil=er "Cold Emission from Unconditioned hell May 8, 9, and 10, and. to in-
ing i
amateur i elude Cap night, the annual fath-
actors is becoming available, as well Concerto, G Minor, Allegro Risoi .te, Surfaces" pertically written by Wil- er and son banquet, and Mother's
as a large potential audience for lby Seitz; and Andante Cantabi..v lard H. Bennett. day programs.
the best in dramatics. by Tsehaikowsky. Francis Bonis- i
teel will play Fantasia, by Bach
Fleischman Comments. ' E -ffc ' Attends Social I
and Wooden Shoe Dance, by Rogers. Al o3 N ARBOR CURB
"The Shakespeare Memorial camp, Mary Jane Bradley will contribute St Council Meeti a I
which will be the leading annual Gavotte, and At Twilight, by Com- 4 MARKET
activity of the company, E will pro- berland' and Wake Up! Wake Up! Dean Henn M.. Bates, of the Law Will Open Saturday,
vide a common ground for individ- by Alden. school, is attending a mc:teing in
uals and organizations 'to join tal- Social Science April 4
Barbara Nan Berry will offer New York of the
ents in study and production. It is Research council of which he is a Q' COURT HOUSE SQUARE
the greatest single step ever taken Soaring, by Rolfe; Knight Rupert, l
4-, k, ,, ., -1 -- 1 v, i by Schumann; and Spanish Carna- member, it was announced at his ---- __W._-_ -

Speech f A,,: ionomy Professor ! League Thursday. to be. Bt°oadcast Today by
a Si ma Pi ri, national classical
University Studio. -
:<vc:. t i!. ili co !.lduct for' l
Prof. Allan D. Maxwell, of the !, '' ii it.iatiofr ceremonies at U , c ,tJ rC ,,-
f astronomy department,,, will discuss o'clock Thursday ill the chapel of of
"The Distribution of the Stars in the building, acording i o
Fpace," at 2 o'clock this afternoon q
it Mary I-1g , mari, '31Ed., who is rn I and I. .. i! li:f.ill."
it°om the caY .npu.,> broadcasting stu-
6it), Raymond Morin, concert pian- charge o. arrangements. 1i b .ntluc bc; c I 1;1c Y"-
ist, will present the musical pro- will follow the induction services. l wjj
t ram. Tip nln persons eli-ible for the ! - "-
Carnp Davis, the Sumer camp of, soc ( (tire Dorothy Nowell, '32, Llue '
the engineeiiing college, will be dis- l4anrice Greenstar, 32, Anna Soc-h-
cussed tomorrow by Prof. Clifton O. tens, '31, Jean McNau..rliton, "32,1 yc ,', t,,t_.; rz cre
Carey, oi the geode.sy and surveying Julia Pogers, '32, Margaret Loomis, i Al
depa°txrients. Tlidney Straight, ten- '32, Dorothy Wells, '32, Fralace-
c;r, vdi;l be t+re soloist. He will be Waller, '22, and John Lcur'et, '31. ... rn
ac;eor lpanicd at the piano by Crace m'rvicc
,SnycEer. <<t the
' he fou -th boob talk. to interpret Moore ' d'
_no lerrr l rrr ._ic<v vgill be presented of Enaineerr tg H ilno°. ;was i e ..
Iiru ;,cJoy a fternoon by Prof. How-! --- a
,
r"d ii",.tmlcs cl ,)arcs, of the English 1 Prof. wear
A. D. 11r1oort, of the elr.etr - bo rrzt Alin
iep4t rzer t. I Is subkect will be p has re- C,
Art in the T 2aclii ze Age.- lomine cal engineering e department,
turned from Columbus where c,1 - , + , vrc<<
I='arnilton, violinist, and Jack Conk- ; Saturday he attended a mec'ui>>±;
lin, pianist, will be the musicians !of the national executive courr f 'L the
cn thc program.
Tau Leta Pr national honorary c. " z l 1;1G ill Ar-
Forc stry, Cris=rxr crrn , and English.
;gill be the subjects of facultyds- # gineering society. As n a i c; Yr a 1 ' whom
alumni representative he Kzs isted ; rc."j.icl. J 1, t 7 th,, ill the
cussiorrs on file program Saturday
in naming the recipients of eight city.
night. Prof. Shirley W. Alien, of the
forestry school, will explain "What fellowships awarded by the organ- - - - ---- - --
ization.
a Forester .does. Claude L. Clark, _
research engineer, will speak upon a f RAVEL
'the general title "Metals." Profes-
sor Jones will give a synopsis of his J OR ICKETS 8 r RESERV TIQc IS SEE YY
ALL SIZES
radio talks that are broadcast each

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to unite the various cultural and "' -_ rw '
education interests in the spoken val, by Hatch. Josephine Ball will
d amq _n an enterprise which seeks accompany Phyllis Brumm 33; in
to realize the true aims of a non-!Concerto, A minor, first movement,
commercial theatre." by Accolay. Slumber Song, by Schu-
mann, and Hide and Seek, by Den-
nee, will be played by Betty Dice.
w1ii0h lias already been donated on Eleanor Phillips, 132SM, will pre-
the shores of Lake Charlevoix inisent Life and
Nlichig an, will be modeled on the Sonny Boy, by Cur--
lines of the National High School ran, and Sing Again, by Protheroe.
Orchestra camp held .annually at Lark's Song, by Tschaikowsky,
Interlochen, and which has be- and Avalanche, by Heller, will be
come the outstanding cooperative offered by Magdalene Collins. Jean
enterprise in national music. Ad- Maddy, with Dorothy Knoeik as ac-
missions to the camp will be limit- companist, will present Fifth Pu-,
ed to college students who have i pil's Concerto, by Seitz. Virginia
re^ ched the junior year, qualified ; Osgood will play The Bugler, and
members of civic groups, including Musical Snuff Box, by Liadow. But-
such as have not appeared profess terfly; by Merkel, and Harliquiru , Ic,
sionatly for three years.- All will be, by Byng, will be presented by L,_-Ina
admitted only upon recommenda- Gutin.
tion that they have shown sufficient Other studentsi and their pro-
talent to benefit by advanced train- grams during, the recital are Bessie
inP;'. [Field: Minuet, by Bach; Drolleries,
Competition Planned. by Von Wilm; and Scarf Dance, by
At the camp activity will consist' Chaminade; Helen Smith Pizzicati,
clurin- the major portion of the by Deiibes; and Novellozza, by
time in study, acting and producing Godard.
various plays under the guidance of
leading American and European - - --
directors. The second phase of -the
season's work will be a competition
in vvhich those showing the great-its
est talent will be invited to come- MONDA Y
Pete for specified roles, the latter, 9
provision being made to insure
equal attention to minor roles as Ki J1 J'I1-I 11rSAAC:CW'AN a
well as leading parts. Pr"
ASHINGTON
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107 East Liberty
ART MRs
Clear and Block An hilarious comedy ur
of the, "'tarty artists
Your Hat wA LEON QUARTERMAID

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office yesterday.
It is not known definitely when
he will return, although he is ex-1 A& .,. -
pected the last of the weep. _ NOW low A
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Thursday afternoon under the gen k m a iE = TRAVEL BUREAU
elal heading "Contemporary Inter- AS, CAOIM. TOVRS
pretatlons of America." BOR, MIC E 6+I
( URANCC AGENCY
Ik The music will be presented. by
the Woodwin ensemble, a grou p of
students in the music school, who
arc under the direction of Nicholas -
Valcone
rebate Group Plans
A N
Constitution Change
Important constitutional changes
and other outstanding business will g
be brought up before the members f..
of Alpha Nu at a meeting tomor- (Under P
row night. The entire session will
be closed to the public and to pled-
ges. STATE
The proposed revision of the so-
ciety's That's where the
constitution involves clari-- "F'LOYD SNYDER
fication of some passages that have
caused confusion this year, and new s&dor Dance Band
rules for membership qualifications
! and election of officers. crazy-
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INDIVIDUAL CHICKEN PIES
SWISS STEAK
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but what d
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you see this amazing
modern married life
wrecking.
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Y-ADDLPHE MENJUU
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;COND CHANCE ...
hey look from the sidelines as beauty
breaking heart. The yearning of a
as never before, in this remarkable GENEVIEVE
ess. A thrill awaits you today!
ZASU PITTS SLIM SUB
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