Pianist, Singer Complete Plans
for Concerts in Annual
MOZART ARIA INCLUDED
Noted Polish Pianisti
CADOCA Es DEaT
Reverend Marley Asks Rejection
of Foster Measure in
HEAPS ALSO PREACHES
What's Going on J American Weekl
THEATRES .Story of Mich2g
Majestic --Evelyn Laye in "One
Heavenly Night" with John Bolesj ByR. L. T.
and Leon Errol. We're famous!
Michigan-Constance Bennett in In Sunday morning's "American
"The Easiest Way" with Adolphe Weekly" Hearst) quoted at a cir-
Menjou and Robert Montgomery.
Wuerth -- "Fighting Caravans" culation of 5,000,000 which is, ac-
with Gary Cooper, Lily Damita, Er- cording to the "American Weekly,"
nest Tory once, Fred, Kohler, and the greatest in the world, a full
Tu'ly Marshall. page layout of the now defunct
GENERAL liquor raids appeared, along with
Lecture-Noel Sargent on "Public all the facts that actually happen-
Unemployment Insurance," 9 o'- ed and a great many more that
clock, room 101, Economics build- didn't.
ig- .. For those who are unfamiliar
Coloquium--G. A. Jan Lear, Jr., with the raid, portions of Sunday's
will speak on "Galvanometer Sensi- full page feature are quoted.
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Paderewski to Present His Own
Concerto, Four Chopin
Lily Pons, French coloratura so-
prano of the Metropolitan Opna2
company, and Ignace Jan Padere :-
ski, Polish pianist, both ofw _pn.1
will appear in concerts ci: Wcine--
day and Friday nights of the May
Festival, have announced their pro-
grams for three occasions.f
At the opening Festival concert
Wednesday night, Miss Pons will
appear three times on the program
singing as her initial offering, Mo-
zart's aria from "The Magic-Flute,"
entitled "Oui, Tu Vois En Moi Une
Rivale." Later in the evening she
will sing the Aria from Lakme, the
Bell Song from Delibes. Her en-
cores will be sung with the orches-
tra as well. Interspersed between'
her operatic arias will be selections
by the orchestra beginning with
Dvorak's Overture, "Husitzka," Op-.
us 67, "Symphony, B Flat Major,
Opua 20," by Chausson, "A Sketch
of The Steppes of Central Asia," by
Borodin, and Johann Strauss' "Em-
To Play Concerts.
At the Friday night concert, at
which Paderewski will be the star,
the public will have an opportun-
ity of hearing his own concerto for
piano and orchestra, A Minor, Opus
17, and later in the program he will
play four piano solos by Chopin,
Nocturne, D Flat Major; Mazurka,
F Sharp, Opus 59; Etude, A Minor,,
Opus 25; and Scherzo, B Flat Minor. f
On this same program the orches-
tra will play Liszt's "Symphony No.
2 in D Major, Opus 36."
Moore to Conduct.
The Thursday and Saturday con-
certs viill be given over to choral
works by the Choral Union and the
Chicago Symphony Orchestra un.
der the baton of Prof. Earl V. Moore.
On Thursday evening the St. Fran-
cis of Assissi, by Pierne, will be I
sung, while on Saturday evening
Mussorgsky's, "Boris Godunof" in
English will be offered. The pro-
grams in detail for the two matin-
ees have not been entirely worked
Congregational Minister Talks
The Cross and Capital
Ignace Jan Paderewski,
Renowned pianist, and former
President of Poland, who, together
with Lily Pons, Metropolitan Opera
soprano, announced his programs
for the May Festival.
Rev. Heaps Preaches Sermon
Services; Rev. Cowan to
Punishment. tivities as Limited by Brownian
Motion," 4:15 o'clock, room 1041,
Plea, for the defeat of the Foster Physics building.
bill which would establish capital Debate-"Resolved: that a large
punishment for first degree mur- college offers, better opportunities
derers and pointed references to the for a liberal education than a small
death penalty as a "formal kind of college," 7:30 o'clock, Adephi room,
murde°" were voiced Sunday by Angell hall.
Rv. II.P. Marley, of the Unitarian
In his sermon on "The Trials of
Christ and Socrates," Rev\ Marley AN N ARB OR
"We must take from the courts
the power of the guillotine so long
as courts are subject to the pressure
of mob psychdlogy. The old scape- Papatheropoulucs Held
goat principle of once a year killr
'liug a goat for the sins of the people for Reckless Driving
is too terrible today when he send
innocent men hurtling through a Arrested Friday night after an
trapdoor or direct 2,000 volts of automobile accident at the inter-
electricity through a strapped-down section of Packard street and the
body." Belt Line cut-off in which Alex
"Let the gunman shoot," he stat- Bartolacci, 19, 604 W. Davis street,
ed, "and let the policeman shoot was seriously injured, Nick Papa-
back, but let us not put a human theropoulos, of Detroit, appeared
being in a death cell, toy with his yesterday before Justice Jay H.
life for a time, and then send him Payne to answer a charge of reck-
through the little green door into less driving. Justice Payne set Pa-
eternity and into the newspapers. patheropoulos' examination f or
"Capital punishment," he con-. April 7, and ordered him held in
eluded, "is not fair play, whether default of $3,000 bond.
we examine it in the age of Socra- C. L. Washburne, physician at
tes, in the age of Jesus or in our St. Joseph's Mercy hospital, where
own age." Bartolacci is confined, stated yes-
Heaps Gives Sermon. terday-that the patient's condition
In the same connection, Rev. Alli- is somewhat improved, although he
son Ray Heaps, of the First Con- is still suffering" from concussion.
gregational church, spoke Sunday of the brain, fracture of the left
on "The Cross and Capital Punish- leg, and severe cuts and bruises.
ment." The occasion for the ser-
mons is the state-wide referendumr
which will be held on the Foster Fehringer Gets a
bill next Monday.AJohn Fehringer, 45, 304 S. Fifth
Rev. Merle H. Anderson Sunday avenue, was sentenced yesterday to
at the First Presbyterian church
preached in connection with the a 90-day term in county jail by
Palm Sunday observances on "Who' Justice Jay H. Payne on a charge
is This?" There was no student of disorderly conduct. Fehringer
meeting in favor of the final ban- was arrested March 26 and held
quet and meeting of the Human until yesterday in default of $1,000R
Relations Parley in the Union. bond.-________
In the second of a series of three Speeder Fied
pre-Easter sermons, Dr. Frederickj
B. Fisher, of the First Methodist I Arrested yesterday on a speeding
Episcopal church,' spoke on "Vic- charge, J. W. Bailey, 24 College
tory." Next Sunday, he will preach street, Battle Creek, paid a fine of
the final sermon of the series on $10 and $4.55 court costs in the
"Resurrection." Icourt of Justice Jay H. Payne.
T--o te b oys tnis calamity came
at a specially cruel time because it
was just before the annual J-Hop,
to which fair sisters and sweet-
hearts from all over the country
t were already on their way for what
would otherwise have been the gay-
est event of the college years, but
Bailey was charged with driving 40
miles an hour on W. Huron street.
H. L. Cobley, of Fowlerville, paid
a fine of $25 and $1.25 court costs
yesterday when he appeared before
Justice Jay H. Payne to answer a
charge of driving a car with im-
proper license plates.
Hold Four for Rum
Week-end raids by the sheriff
and police departments resulted in
the arrest of four men and women
on charges of violating the prohi-
bition laws. They are being held in
the county jail.
Those arrested w e r e Gilbert
Proof, Ypsilanti township, and Jack
Mangan, Dearborn; Mrs. Christine
Wilson, Negress, of Ypsilanti; R. B.
Waidner, Ardmore, Tex., and Wal-
ter Burbridge, of Ann Arbor, an at-
tendant at University hospital.
No Suspects Found
Police had no suspects yesterday
in the robbery Friday night of the
Ann Arbor fuel and supply com-
pany's office at 214 E. Madison
street, according to Sergeant Nor-
man Cook. The robbery, the sec-
ond to take place in the office in
three months, was discovered Sat-
urday morning whenHerman Beuh-
ler, vice-president a n d general
manager of the firm, discovered the
combinations broken from t w o
safes, a cash drawer forced open,
and $20 stolen.
an Liquor Raids
found the university plunged in
"It is only fair to the unfortunate
University of Michigan to say that
there is no evidence to show that
the liquor situation is any worse
among its boys and girls than at
any other large institution of learn-
ing in the United States. ....The
raiders could have found justifica-
tion for padlocking every dormitory
and hundreds of roming houses in
town, but that would have been
going a little too far. They made
enough trouble as it was ...and
it may be a long time before similar
zeal is shown in other college towns.
"Everyone who knows anything
about college affairs knows per-
fectly well that in every frat house
and dormitory at least some stu-
dents would be collecting a little
store of cheer' . . . Into these stern
proceedings, however, came the in-
evitable flash of humor that turns
up in every college boy rumpus.
Please, sergeant, do not smash that
bottle,' almost sobbed one of the
prisoners, pointing to a crock label-
ed 'Bonnie Doon' whiskey. The ser-
geant wanted to know what was. so
sacred about that particular hooch?
'It's 50 years old. Give it to some
hospital or other worthy cause. It's
a treasure!' It may have been pos-
sibly 50 days old."
To conclude these startling facts,
The "American Weekly's" feature
ends with the little salutation that
"while the wholesale closing up of
the University of Michigan is per-
haps the largest revelation of
efforts to make prohibition effective
in college life, yet this is by no
means the only instance." And the~
article proceeds into the gory de-
tails of the recent Minnesota liquor
fracas among the "Ag" students.
So, you see, we're not the only
liquor-drinking, jazz-mad, super-
collegiate university in the country,
even though "Johnny Walker" and
his ill-timed warrants have made
Eta Sigma Phi: Reservations for
she formal initiation banquet, which
is to be held on Thursday, April 2,
in the Michigan League building,
are to be made with Mary Haga-
man, Martha Cook building, not
later than this noon.
French Play: The date of the
Annual French Play has been
changed from April 30 to May 12.
Senior Engineers: Orders for caps
and gowns will be taken Wed.,
April 1, 10-11 a. m; and 2-5 p. m.,
at the table in front of room 221.
Bring $4.50 for rental. Height and
hat size required.
Undergraduate Physics Club will
hold its next meeting on Wednes-
day evening, April 1, in the staff
room of the East Physics building,
at 7:30. David Netzorg, '34, will pre-
sent a talk on "Interesting Physical
Phenomena connected with the Cy-
cloid." The talk will be illustrated
with apparatus constructed espe-
cially for the occasion. All interest-
ed are cordially invited to attend.
French Lecture: Mr. Abraham
Herman will give the last lecture on
the Cercle Francais program: "Un
Romancier Contemporain: Edouard
Estaunie." Wednesday, April 1, at
4:15 o'clock, room 103, Romance
The Michigan Socialist Club will
meet tomorrow night in room 302
of the Michigan Union. Prof. Mea-
der will lecture on "The Place of
Cooperation in Modern Scientific
Thought." All persons welcome..
Meeting begins at 7:30.
Sigma Delta Chi: An important
meeting today at noon. Usual place.
Opening a week of prayer and
devotional services, a union meet-
ing of the members of the Ann Ar-
bor churches was held last night in
the Church of Christ.
Rev. Allison Ray Heaps, pastor
of the First. Congregational church,
preached the sermon and the meet-
ing was presided over by Rev. John
Silling, of the West Side Methodist
Special musical numbers were ar-
ranged for the occasion and a solo
was sung by Maroi Capelli, well-
k n o w n Italian-American tenor,
whose services have been secured
for the week.
Tonight's services will be held
at the First Baptist church and
Rev. Frederick Cowan, of the
church of Christ, will preach the
The meetings have been arrang-
ed by the Ann Arbor Ministerial
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of the Detroit Screw Products com-
pany will speak on "Some Phases
of Management and Production
Control of the Jobbing Shop." Mr.
Coghlin has had much experience
along these lines, and so his talk
should be very interesting. All in-
sterested are welcome.
Michigan Dames are giving a
party for members and husbands, r
Wednesday evening, April 1, at 8
o'clock, at Palmer field house. All
members and husbands are cor-
ton 0 The c'llect' f class d oes and t ie sale of the "Micl is
Campus at four booths to eet you
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