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'THE MICHIGAN DAILY

LE M'PHERSON RETURNS
)RLD TOUR WITH CHILDREN

TOPICAL COURSES
TO FEATURE JUE
Ten Lecture Series by Faculty
Members on Subjects of
Interest Planned.
DESCRIPTION PLANNED
Athletic Facilities to Be Made
Available; "Students' May
Drive Their Cars.
Ten ledture courses on topics of

AMSDEN REPORTS
VAN TYNE GAINS,
CONDITION EER

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Today's Radio Progr
(Eastern Standard Time)

Assistant

Curator of Birds

atI

Museum Stricken While
on Expedition.

Celebrating his fiftieth year of
newspaper work, Percy Sutherland
:Bullen, gean of foreign correspond-
ents in America will address the
radio audience tonight at 5 oclock
over the Columbia chain.
Marlene Dietrich, star of "Mor-
occo," "Dishonored," and "The Blue
Angel," will be heard for the second
time over the air in the Musical
Cocktail program tonight at 7:30
o'clock over stations WXYZ, WFBL,
WEAN. Louella Parsons, film writ-
er and critic, will interview the star.
Raymond Paige with his orchestra
and vocalists will direct the sup-
porting program.

Downey's signaturer
bash Moon." Miss Ja:
be "I Surrender, Dear
na Sing About You."

HEMORRHAGES CHECKEDI

Wa-
will
Van-

Gaige Attributes Sickness
Grueling Travel Over
Jungle Trail.

to

Hemorrhages which impaired the

current interest will featurev the I health of Dr. Josselyn Van Tyne,

second annual Alumni University,
to be held June 23-27, according to
an announcement made by Wilfred
B. Shaw, director of alumni rela-
tions.

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ear to
)unties
culosis
ed in--
ge revT-

'ssociatea Pre

Photo.

Aimee Semple McPherson (right), Los Angeles evangelist, accom-
panied by her daughter, Roberta, aind the latter's new husband, William
Smyth, arrived in New York en route to California after a trip around
the world.

happen if
be set lowI
1Id not pay

ve1 GLEE CLUB ELECTS!
ric-
,Mg. CHAFFIN HEAO

What's
Going
On

to the
ie bill
bovin~e

however,
he houses
ator Wood
e reported

financial pro-
mill tax con-
hres of impor-
the legislative

Former Manager, E. E. Oestrike
Chosen as Officers;
Keys Given.
Gayle A. Chaffin, '32SM, former
managet of the Varsity Glee club
was elected president of that or-
ganization for the coming year, it
Was announced yesterday. Elmer E.
Oestrike, '32M, was chosen vice
president.
Other officers for 1931-1932 who
were chosen include Richard P.
Jacobson, '32, secretary, Francis C.
Hazen, '32, librarian and Trurhan
J. Steinko, '33, recording secretary.
Harold E. Hunsberger, '33, was ap-
pointed business manager of the
club, to succeed Chaffin, by Robert
A. Campbell, treasurer of the Uni-
versity and sponsor of the organi-
nation.

ding bills were the
t proposals' to raise
ntract carrier motor
o enact a rod license.
fore the senate, al-
latter had been so
it was scarcely rec-

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THEATRES
Michigan -Duncan Renaldo and'
Edwina Booth in "Trader Horn."
Miajestic-Fay Wray and Victor
Varconi in 'Captain Thunder."
Wuerth - George Sidney and
Charles Murphy in "Cohens and
Kellys in Africa."
LECTURES
Undergraduate Physics Club
"The Atomic Model in Modern
Physics," by Dr. S. A. Goudsmit,
7:45 o'clock, room 2038, East Phys-
ics building.
Chemistry Colloquium-"The Dis-
placement-Pressure Method for the
Measurement of Adhesion Ten-
sions," by C. E. Whitney, 4 o'clock
today, room 300, Chemistry build-
ing.
Michigan Socialists Club - "The
Future Third Party," by Dr. Berg-
man, assistant director of research
of the Detroit board of education,
7:30 o'clock tonight, room 306, Un-
ion.
GENERAL
Banquet - Annual aviation ban-
quet, at 6:15 o'clock tonight, at
Union. William B. Stout, of the
Stout laboratories will talk on "The
Small Plane for Private Use," and
Prof. J. S. Worley, of the transpor-
tation department, will speak on
"Co-ordinated Transportation."
NOW PLAYING

The courses given by prominent
faculty members include "Contemp-
orary Social Evil" to be given by
Prof. Robert C. Angell who has car-
ried on extensive inquiries in the
field of modern student life; "The
Contemporary American Stage," to
be given by Prof. Oscar J. Campbell,
who nas made the modern drama
his special field; and "Genetic
Principles in Child Behavior" to be
given by Martha G. Colby, Ph.D.,
who has made a special study -of
the psychology of childhood.
Prof. Bruce M. Donaldson, who
has followed modern developmentsf
in art will lecture on "Contempor-
ary European and American Art,
Painting and Sculpture." Prof. Wil-
liam H. Hobbs, geological authority,.
will talk on "The Geological Char-
acter Line of Landscapes." "The
Symphonic Poem" will be discussed
by Prof. Earl V. Moore, director of
the University School of Music, and
"Main Currents of Contemporary
Philosophy" will be the subject of
Prof. DeWitt H. Parker, of the phil-
osophy department.
Prof. Thomas H. Reed, director of
the bureau of government, will dis-
cuss "Problems in Local Govern-
ment." "Evolution in Its Latest fn-
terpretations," will be given by Prof.
A. Franklin Shull, author of several
books on the subjects of heredity
and evolution. Prof. I. Leo Sharf-
man, who has made a special study
of his subject will speak on "Public
Control of Industry."
A booklet has been published by
the bureau of alumni relations de-
scribing the courses more in detail
and also recommending prelimina-
ry references for reading. This
booklet tells of the facilities of the
Alumni University and has been
sent out to all the alumni of the
University,
Several special features are plan-
ned as evening events. A reception
will be held in the Clements library
on June 23 at which President Alex-
ander G. Ruthven will welcome the
returning alumni and Dr. Randolph
G. Adams, director of the library,-
will describe some of its treasures
of American history. Dr. Jesse S.
Reeves, authority on international'
law, will give another lecture on
the Monroe Doctrine. Also during
the Alumni University week a rep-
ertory company with Violet Hem-
ing, Tom Powers, and Ernest Cos-I
sgrL, will offer Noel Coward's

assistant curator of birds at the
University museum of zoology have
been checked, and he is gaining
in strength, according to a cable
received by Frederick M. Gaiger
director of the museum.
The following wire was sent to
Gaige by Dr. A. V. Kidder, head of
the archeological investigations car-
ried on by the Carnegie institute of
Washington, who received the ori-
ginal cable from Monroe Amsden,
of the same organization:
"ANDOVER, Mass. Amsden wires
quote Van Tyne good condition,.
Hemorrhage stopped. G a i n i n g
strength. Good spirits. No danger.
unquote. Am delighted to hear this.
(signed) Kidder.
Gaige Left.
According to a statement made
by Gaige yesterday, Amsden, who
was at El Cayo when Van Tyne, in-
vestigating at Uaxactun, was taken

Tonight the "Vitality Personali-
ties" program will feature Dorthea
James, 'musical comedy star, as its
great artist. Highlighting the pro-
gram will be a medley of "Indiana
Moon" songs including Morton
GEOGRAPHY EXPERT
TOLECTURE HEREI
Prof. Glenn T. Trewartha Will
Speak on Great Japan'
Tomorrow Night.
"Dia Nippon, or Great Japan" is
the subject of a lecture to be given
at eight o'clock Thursday, in the
Natural Science auditorium, by Pro-
fessor Glenn T. Trewartha, of the
University of Wisconsin.'

ill, left immediately with bearers "He is a specialist in the geo-
and mules for the Uaxactun camp. graphy of Asia, and in climatology.
There he found conditions favor- He is one of the leaders of the
.able and hurried a runner back to young geographers of the United
El Cayo, the end of the telegraph States," said Prof. P. E. James, of
service. the geography department.
"In doing this," said Gaige, "he Professor Trewartha has done'
has crammed six days of travel on field work in Japan with the aid of
difficult jungle trail into three. He a Guggenheim fellowship. He work-
probably pushed himself to the ed in Shizuoka and in the Sua'
limit, ahead of his relief party, and basin. He will discuss the land for-
sent an Indian runner out from mation of these regions, the prob-
Uaxactun at once. It was a splendid lmns of living, and the industries.
feat and the museum of zoology His lecture will be illustrated with
has received word at least three pictures which he took while work-
days ahead of the most sanguine ing there.
hopes. It is the kind of thing that On Thursday afternoon, Profes-
the Carnegies institution organiza- sor Trewartha will conduct the geo-
tion is prepared to do and can do." graphy seminar.
Murie Attended.

Prof. A. H. White, of the delprt-
ment of chemical engineering, will
talk on "Chemical Engineering"
during the Science Speaks program
to be brcadcast over stations WEAW,
KOMO, WFSD at 7:15 o'clock to-
night.
Gladys Rice, soprano, the Chor-
isters, and an orchestra conducted
by Nathaniel Shilkret, will present
a program of numbers from Rudolf
Friml's musical operettai, "the
Firefly," in the Mobilol co ohert to-
night at 7:30 o'clock aver the Na-
tional Broadcasting company chan-
nels.
4:25-Baseball scores-WJR
4:40-TEA TIMERS-WWJ, WEAF
5:0-~-Bil Scidt's Going to Press," Percy
Bullen-WXYZ. WFBL, WABC
5:30--oy Atwell's Tide Water Inn--WEAN,
6:00-MORTON DOWNEY with Nat Brusiloff
-WABC, WFBL, WLBW
6:21-Final baseball srores-WJR
7:15-PROF. A. H. WHITE, of th University
-WEAF. KOMO. KFSD
7:30--MARLENE DIETRICH on i'vtusital
Cocktail program-WXYZ. WF L
Mobiloil concert--WWJ, WTAM, WGY
Ben Bernie--WJR
7:45-Snoeed Blenders--WJ R
8:30-Willard Robinson on Pleasure Hour-
WJR, WREN. WGAR
EMIL COTE'S SERENADERS on Palm-
olivel-Hour-WWJ. WTAM. WO.Y
9:00 -Vitality Personalities-WEAN, WBBM,
WFBM
B15--Peter Pan Parisians-WXYZ, WEAN
9:45-Poems with Howard Claney -- WGAR,
WENR, WREN
10:15--VINCENT LOPEZ and his orchestra-
WWJ, WTAM, WENR
Paul Tremaine and his orchestra -
WABC, WORO;
10:45-Kremlin Art Quintet-WKZ, KOKA
11:00-OZZIE NELSON--WXYZ, WEAN
11:30-Verne Buck and his orchestra-WREN,
f WENR, WGAR
12:00-Nighthawk Frolic, till 2 o'clock-WDAF
1:0-Midnight Merry-makers-KWK
Dance Music-WFWB
BRIGHT SPOT
802 PACKARD ST.
TODAY, 11:30 to 1:30
BAKED BEANS WITH BAKED.
HAM SANDWICH, COLE SLAW
POTATO SALAD, COLD PORK
SLICED TOMATO, CUSTARD
COFFEE, MILK
30c ,

4

id Fourteen graduating seniors of
fy the club were awarded keys for
m outstanding service during their
ty membership in the organization.

Dr. Adolph Murie, assistant cura-
tor of mammals, at the museum of
zoology, was with Van Tyne all the
time. He was down with the fever
but "must be all right as he was
not mentioned in the wire." It is
unknowft when the party will re-
move Van Tyne from Uaxactun,1
probably as soon as he is strong
enough to be moved.
A telegraph line from El Cayo to
Belize will be used in advising the
museum of zoology as soon as the
party reaches El Cayo. The tele-
gram will be radioed from Belize.
"Private Lives," Stindberg's "The
Father," and Shaw's "Arms and the
Man.'
There will be opportunities for
alumni of the medical and engi-
neering schools to attend short
summer sessions in their subjects
which are being given concurrently
with the Alumni University.

Sections Close as 300
Classify for 1931-32,
With many sections rapidly fill-
ing and 14 now already closed,
classification for the first semester
of the school year 1931-32 is going
forward rapidly, according to Prof.
Daniel L. Rich, director of classi-
fication, who said yesterday after-
noon that approximately 300 ,stu-
dents had already taken advantage
of the opportunity to classify.
An especially concentrated rush
has been made to the English, his-
tory, and sociology departments,
each of these divisions having clos-
ed several sections already. Dr.
Rich indicated that he expected
the number of classifications daily
pouring into his office in room four,
University hall, would increase ap-
preciably before the end of the se-
mester.

5:30 to 7:30
BAKED HAM, RAISIN SAUCE
ROAST BEEF, YORKSHIRE
PUDDING
PORK CHOPS, JELLY
MEAT LOAF, TOMATO SAUCE
CANDIED SWEET, POTATOES
FRENCH FRIED POTATOES
VEGETABLE SALAD
35c

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legal resiaence.
nt evidence of le-
measure was de-
itaining the eco-
nd industrial wel-

agitators

often
here.
legis-
deal

Those receiving the award are
Elbert J. Howell, former president,
Kenneth L. Ball, Miles E. Beamer,
Clyde H. Brown, George S. Downey,
Joseph R. Dunwell, Homer R. Green,
Claude F. Hough, George E. Mat-
thews, Jean D. Maybee, Elmer E.
Oestrike, John M. White, Clement
Wright, and Russell A. Van Kover-
ing.
Men's Education Clubs
Will Picnic Saturday
Members of men's education clubs
and others interested in profes-
sional education will gather at
Ferry field at 2:30 o'clock at the
biennial picnic for Men in Educa-

THROUGH SAVAGE
AFRICA
To the rescue of Nina, V
Goddess of the Blacks. Wilk
mals impede their progress.
ard and hyena in death gra

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the Osborn
idin~g tfor a.
gent to limit
nd issues to
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I1932, elec-

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and
vote
isure
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-lans are being made for about
150, including teachers and princi-]
pals from neighboring towns. Only
men wil be ,present.

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For
DIAL DAY

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UMBRELLAS
for that Hest Weather
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direct rays of the sun from
your windows with Fox Awn-
ings.
For protection from the
hot sun on the beach or on
youir lawn try Fox Umbrellas.
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CRUELEST WOMAN IN
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THE WILD "JUJU"
Drums of "'Juju" witchcrafts
tribe in bloodlust frenzy.aTI
escape. Boat almost upset wh
wounded alligator attacks it.

Beautiful white girl raised by
nibals. She rules black trib
bestial cruelty. Arrival of
men. The escape with White
dess!

can.

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JUNGLE WAR
Never before seen on any
The battle of the lioni
against beast. The olung
speared with pointed sti
amuck!

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2:00-3:40
7:00-9:00

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The atbe sa
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I I WHITE MAN'S LC
SNina learns to talk Engli

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