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h, THEMICHIGAN DAF-LY.

-F - UESDAY, MAY 5, 1931

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Dates for Surveying, II

CA TCIES FIRE, KILLING NINE MEN111f IDLAbNL i IEgnergTstSt
be he dcfor eninee and Jurvcy
or , 31_.C ' yft i (;of eAmner .S for 4
1-LS ~POBDt11 regist, ltiono f ach cts, e
Swedish Aviator Within Flying Exeun Q*Vi " i erh'l{unec
Distance of Courtauld's 1, 19 anal 20,tAnQbr ih
fanSte^aPolar Camp. gnEaeeie~~~
and Ironwood I~teuprpnn
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FOOD M YBE DROPPED Application ban nci t ioui?-iMYt
t> formation ma b ob.:tlnd b -
Dog 'Teams, Led by Watkins.1 writing to the office of thi.;b ar,
Presumed to be Nearing 103 oobuligDto5.
k' Destination.
avat",wihi
ANGMAGSALIK, Greenland, May
' .:.vv4. - (P - Capt. Albin Ahrenbergt
Sdish aitowas wthnflying
1 T distance today of the tiny hut on
Greenland's ice cap where Augus- - -
Y, ~tine Courtauld, British explorer, Federal Commissioners to gLead
s ~has been maroonedi for manyi
Ymonths. Supervision Conference at
After one faise start, Capt. Ahi-Ka amxaoo, May 12, 13.
renberg flew here. Sunday from D.- -
Reykjavik, Icelandi, in five hours, DrN nj CoeUie
s ...completing a uangerous flight Stte commissioner of euain
a cross the north Atiantic from Mal-i will. direct the second annual Mid-
r ?X a moe, ~~~~~~Sweden, in four stages. For-fws einlcnfrneolspr
otioprevien t ingom onti-st einl ofrie spr
matin o ic onthe ing ofhisvision of schools, to be held June
s uing his journey in search of the 12 and 13, William M. Robinson, di-
h.isoitdBitse;rector of rural education at West-
i ~Will Try Landling. ern State Teachers college, an-
- :~~: *' ~Cap t. eneg's imeit nounced last night in a special
decstination is the main camp of iesg oTeDiy
Assoc ated.Press Photo the_, British Arctic air route expedi- Members of state departments of
tion, about 40 miles inland and public instruction, professors in
SBursting suddenly into flames, ,an oil well near GladewatL , Texas, thence to the meteorological sta- tahr olgcut oms
kled nine workmen. The flames were fed by an estimated 1,500 barrels Lion, about 150 miles inland, where sign ers and .superintendents of rur-
of oil per hour. World famous oil well fighters' undertook the most Courtauld volunteered to spend the al schools from Illinois, Indiana,
1dangerous job of their careers in trying to stop the gusher. winter gathering data for a pro- Iowa, X~ansas, Minnesota, Michigan,
_________ ____ ______y_________ posed air line to. Canada. He plans Nebraska, North Dakota, Ohio,
r to drop food for the explorer and South Dakota and Wisconsin have
arise from it are a serious contri.- IA! I I fruIII possibly make a landing to bring be nie opriiae
bution to all forms of instability, li I 111 I1I "I him back. be nie opriiae
whether social, political, or eco-I II L V IIL ILI Meanwhile, three dog-team expe-{ Speakers at the convention will
nomic. E lditions aepeue ob ern be Dr. Cooper, Webster H. Pearce,
"Endeavor as we must .in support ~ ~ their objective. One is led by WetenStteTacer o ulleg
is jst ILLI~ UV1LLL atkns, ead f te exediInIstruction, President D. B. Waldo
of every proposal of international Wtis ed fteepdtoo etr tt ecesclee
ecnmio-prainht-sjutanh other two by friends of Dr. George C. Kyte of the Univer-
to our respective peoples, yet we Courtauld. Nothing has been heard l
must recognize that rdcino Harvard Professor Writ"5 on from them for some time but they sity of Michigan, A. G. Selmon, as-
this gigantic waste o euo of competition 'State Utilities and the are believed to be well fortified sociate medical director of th(
J XKellog foundationl, and othie fig-
in miitary establishments is in the 1Surm Cot.i against the rigors of the north. ue rmnn nMdeteua
I ultimate -of an importance tram~- ___ At Ice Barrier. in
cendent over all other forms of "State Utilities and the Supreme The Danish cruiser Hvidbjorn is ____ _
such economic efforts. Court, 1922-1930," by Dr. Thomas at the Greenland ice barrier, wait -____________________
"International confidence can- Reeda Powell, profesrola atigobeo assaneoth
not be buride.d upon fear-it must Hvrduieststhlain earch ing. parties. The Icelandic
be builded upon good will. The article in the May issue of the patrol boat Odin is bound back to it~n
whole history of the world is filled Michigan Law Review which will Ryj avik from the ;ice btrer oihcatr o h alr ose aeisfrtapernetdy otanrpi oigadJnsn~ S
cure peace through either comnpeti- Poeso Iel' rilepe lane.

Today's Radio Program, ,Jls
(Eastern Standard Time)

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Songs by th- popular American :
be. heard en the Plantation7.pro-
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will b' he ues bpeain-.l onh
"u ocok towh.e" hladessonmay
sess beay oli reeJ, Won, and o
The romas ae glamure of the
1 w?i layonits progamcstovall
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pl )petiof Nowher,"othe testhson
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Mretndoner ataheatoureiof the
Lem Colmba yste at :3 o'clock.o
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era nain amraioesetwhc
Cadwdellonstrlatiospolo thercse
presecnted over thedCoumbiramsys-
ltmiWXYZhisati7:45 o'clockmito-
nightebya0. h. Cldeiforer ofed-
ralrdocm soes
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The name of Joseph Mayer
Gross, '31, was inadvertently
omitted from the list of members
of Phi Beta Kappa in last Satur-
day's Daily. Gross is a senior in
the literary college, and is also
a member of Phi Kappa Phi. {
IT IS HARD TO'
EXCEL3
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I RAYMOND MORIN, Pianist,
Student's Recital, Tuesday, May 5,
8:15, Nm~ndlssohn Theatre.
PALMER CHRISTIAN, Organist,
in Organ Recital every Wednes-
day, 4:15, Hill Auditorium unless
f; otherwise announced.

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Shoe Repairing
1109 South University

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Hill Auditorium, May 13, 14, 15,
16.-
Tickets (6 concerts) $6.00, $7.00,
$8.00.
FIRST CONCERT, Lily Pons, So-
prano; Chicago Symphony Or-
chestra Frederick Stock, Conduc-
tor, wednesday Evening.
SECOND CONCERT, "St. Francis
of Assissi" by Pierne. H-ilda Burke,
Soprano ;Eleanor Reynolds, Contral-
to; Frederick Jagel, Tenor; Nel-
son Eddy, Baritone; Fred Patton,
Bass; The Chicago Symphony Or-
chestra; The University Choral
Union, Earl V. Moore, Conductor,
Thursday Evening.
THIRD CONCERT, "Old Johnny
Appleseed" by Gaul. H-ilda Burke,
Soprano; Eleanor Reynolds, Con-
tralto; Palmer Christian, Organ-
ist, Orchestral accompaniment;
Children's Festival Chorus; Eric{
Delamnarter and Juva Higbee,
Conductors, Friday afternoon.
FOURTH CONCERT, Ignace
Jan Paderewski, Pianist; Chicago
Symphony Orchestra, Frederick
Stock, Conductor, Friday Evening.
FIFTH CONCERT, Ruth Breton,
Violinist; Chicago Symphony Or-
chestra, Frederick Stock, Conduc-
tor, Saturday afternoon.

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