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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

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FICIAL BULLETIN
in is constructive notice to all members
received at the office of the Assistant to
excepting Sundays. 11:30 a. m. Saturday.

FACE LBY RECALL
Citizens Make Charges - Against
Two Commissioners and
6ty Executive.

Funeral Terminology
Shows Great Change
"Morticians' Decide Language
Used Must Be Simple.
GRAND RAPIDS, May 20.-(1)--
What's wrong with this sentence?
"The undertaker embalmed the
body, placed crepe on the door and

DISTINGUISHED ALUMNI ELECTED
TO ALPHA NU'S HALL OF FAME,

LRSDAY, MAY 21, 1931

NO. 166

of

NOTICES
ENIORS AND GRADUATE STUDENTS
s remain for the payment of diploma fees. There
cyond 4 p. m., Wednesday, May 27. The Treasur-
;urday afternoon. Shirley W. Smith,
Vice-President and Secretary.
Literature, Science and the. Arts: A meeting of
s called for Monday, May 25, at 4 p. in., for the
representatives to the newly organized University
will be held in room 2225 Angell hall.
John R. Effinger.
Education: There will be a faculty meeting and
gan League at 12 o'clock today.
will be given by Professors Diamond, Jackson,
G. L. Jackson, acting secretary.
ation for Directed Teaching: All students expect-
;pecial methods or course D100 (Directed Observa-
Education are required to pass a qualifying exam-'
r minor teaching field before being admitted to
xaminations will be held from 9 to 12 on Saturday,
Jum of the University High School.
G. L. Jackson, acting secretary.
iopwood Plays: On Friday and Saturday evenings,
'roduction will present in the Lydia Mendelssohn
>lays chosen for presentation in connection with
wards for drama. Tickets, for those desiring to
ree of charge, by calling at the Box Office of the
Tickets will not be reserved by telephone.
the one-act plays will be produced:
y Harold Courlander, '31.
by Hobert Skidmore, '32.
:ichard Humphreys, '31.
ing the full-length play will be produced: "The
ard Humphreys, '31.
n: You may call for your twenty copies of the
Perry's office in Barbour Gymnasium. Please sign

DETROIT, May 20.-(R')- Recall assisted in selection of the pall-
petitions directed at the mayor and bearers."
two commissioners of suburban To the person who is up in his
Ferndale were placed in circulation funeral terminology, it is little short
at the regular meeting of the com- of a capital offense. Correct phrase-.
mission Tuesday night. ology impressed today upon dele-
The petitions prefer six charges gates to the annual convention of
against Mayor Ray Dickson and to t a l onv'td of
Commissioners John S. Anders and the Funeral Directors and Em-
Roy G. Tilden. A seventh charge 'balmers' association would make it
of misconduct in "threatening a read:
citizen with physical violence,' is "The funeral director prepared
directed at Mayor Dickinson. the body, placed the door piece and
The other six charges are failure assisted in selections of the escort."
to deposit city funds in safe banks( No longer is a hearse a hearse,
failure to secure depository bonds, it's a funeral car. The chapel .be-
refusal to co-operate with Commis- comes the service room, the morgue
sioners Gordon McKissen and John the preparation room, the shroud,
Irwin in reducing salaries of city which was graduated some time
officials as an economy move, per- ago to a suit or dress, now is des-
┬░mitting the city clerk to do cam- ignated as the burial garment.
paign work for candidates for elec- Rough boxes no longer are known;
tive office, denial of constitutional they lare "outside cases."
rights to citizens allegedly arrested To mention a flower wagon is
without formal complaint and for improper; it is gained the title of
distributing literature purporting to flower conveyance.
reveal conditions in the. city gov And another thing -no funeral
eminment, and seeking to weld city director responds to a !"call." He
{ einployes into a political machine. goes out on a "case."~
A deadlock on the question of The convention, aside from mas-
cutting salaries has existed for tering its terminology, had before
weeks- it today discussion of legislation

Eight distinguished alumni mem-
bers of Alpha Nu were elected toI
its Alumni Hall of Fame at thek
society's final meeting of the year
Tuesday night. At the meeting elec-
tion of officers for next semester
was conducted and formal recogni-
tion was accorded to members who
have served the society well during
the past year.
The members or the Alumni Hall
of Fame were chosen from among
scores of distinguished alumni.
Those selected were:
Edmund Andrews, '52M, famous
surgeon and instructor and writer
. of medical text books, founder of
the medical school of Northwestern
university, former president of the
Chicago Academy of Sciences and
of the city and state medical so-
cieties:
C. K. Adams Included.
Charles Kendall Adams, '61, for-
mer instructor at Michigan and at
Harvard and former presidernt ofa
Cornell university and the Univer-
sity of Wisconsin.
James Henry Goodsell, '61, found-
er and editor of the New York Daily
Graphic, the first daily illustrated
I newspaper in this country, and a

former president of the Associated
Press.
Edwin Fuller Uhl, '62, former am-
bassador to Germany, and Assistant
Secretary of State under President
Cleveland.
Fred Newton Scott, '64, author of
numerous textbooks and former
professor of rhetoric at the Univer-
sity.

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Emmons inM Hall.,
Harold Hunter Emmons, '97, at-
torney, for his work in aviation dur-
ing the last war.
Edward Samuel Corwin, '00, writer
and authority on political science
and government ind professor of'
jurisprudence at Yale university.
Ray K. Immel, '10, dean of the
Department of Speech at the Uni-
versity of Southern California and
speech advisor to a number of talk-
ing picture producers and actors.
The Alpha Nu officers elected for
the fall semester are Byron Vedder,
'33, president; James Shelton, '32,
vice-president; John Huss, '33, sec-
retary; Robert Thomas, '32, treas-
urer; Calvin Callaghan, '31, senior
critic; and Charles A. Rogers, '34,
oratorical delegate.
The Honor Award, voted annually

LADYSMITH, B. C., May 19
-Five houses were destroyed
five others damaged in what :
said was an attempt to burn
a large section of this Vanc
island town today. Damage wa
timated by police at $20,000.
Bank Run Gras
$1.00 per cubic yard
KILLINS GRAVI
j COMPANY
11 Telephone 711 2

performed the outstanding si
to the society during the yeai
awarded to Calvin Callaghan
president during the present se
ter.
Rising votes of commend
were also accorded to Robert
phy, '31, president during th
semester, Fred Albertson, '31,
tary, and Charles Tanck, '34, c
of the "Sibyl."

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Personal 'Engraved Carn
Time's 'Flying! Order them Now!
100 CARDS AND PLATE-$2.50 AND UP
100 CARDS FROM YOUR PLATE-$1.50 AND UP
Special price to University women on Wedding Invitations
and Announcements.

Geology II: Th~e Irish Hills - field'
trip will be conducted on Saturday
morning, 8-12. There will be no
make-up for this trip. Assemble in
front of Hill auditorium.
Geology 170 (Pleistocene Glacia-
tion): Field trip Saturday morning
at 8. Meet at east entrance of N.
S. bldg. Fee $1.
La Rue's Discussion Group will
meet at 8 p. m., Friday in 1139 N. S.

now pending in the state legisla-
ture. Officers were to be elected this
afternoon.

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STATE STREET

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LECTURES TODAY

8 p.r
ia, of 1
Dia Nib

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m., in Natural Science auditorium. Profes-
the Department of Geography of the 'Uni-
ppon, or Great Japan" (illustrated).
ETINGS TODAY
mination will be held in 1025 A. H. at 4 p. m.
Paul M. Cuncannon, professor of political'
rt Hoover and His Administration," at 4:15
emorial hall.

The Boston Post said, "Whether
it was the acting of Blanche Yurka
or an unexpected appetite for Greek
Drama the fact remains that in the
neighborhood of a thousand people
were, turned away last night.. It is
an interesting performance and Mr.
Henderson is to be congratulated on
his accomplishment. Miss Yurka
gave a splendid. performance."

The

League

Lydia MENDELSSOHN
The First Artists of thq Ainericar
BLANCHE YURKA TOM
MARTHA GRAHAM VIOl
ERNEST COSSAR
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Gala Opening-Week Com. Montd
Matinees Wed. and Sat. at
ROBERT HENDERSON PRESE
" LA NC T in S1
With MARTHA GRAHAMFA M
4j NEW
Including Reynolds Evans, Robert Henderso
BOX OFFICE NOW OF
SELL OUT PRICES: Nights 75c, $1.00, and
75c, and $1.00. Season Tickets, all six plays:
Always 200 good seats at 75c for all

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etry. Tr

Cost Accountants, Detroit Chapter: Meeting
ub, Lafayette at First. Dinner at 6:30. Tech-
Speaker C. E. Knoeppel, Industrial Counsel,
:t: "Assuring Required Profits through Effi-
ested are welcome.
;ht at 7:30 sharp in room 302 Mason hall the
Society will give a program of readings from
hose who are interested are cordially invited
lub meets at 4:15, in the classroom of the
vill present his paper on "The Jacobi Integral

Cludes its week-e d
dances this Friday and

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The A m e r c a n said ,"Blanche
Yurka thrilled her audience and gave
one of the most brilliant perfor.
mances of her career."

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Saturday night.

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'Three Bodies."
.anics Colloquium will conclude its, activities for the
a dinner .in the Union at 6:15 p. m., when the future
iscussed and a meeting at which Professor W. P. Wood
sional Modulus of Spring Materials at Various Temper-
ting will be held at 8 p. m.,'in room 445 West Eng. bldg.
.Cr and meeting are open to those who are interested.
Journal Club will meet at 7:30 p. m., in room 3126 in
Ldg. Martha Guernsey Colby will review the literature
1 work in the development of auditory perception in
All interested are invited to attend.
beta: Business meeting for election of officers, at 4:30
igan League building.
Cappa meets in room 304, Union at 7:30.
ris' Glec Club meet at 7:30 o'clock in the Cave of the
mual banquet and installation of officers will take place
ague building. The banquet will be informal.
:irls' Play meeting for all the appointed and elected
at 4 o'clock in the League building.
,geant Women: The Modernistic group will meet at

SENIORS.

Reuel K e ny on and
the Icagu Band playing

Personal Engraved Cards

b oth; evenings.

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You Will Need Them For Your
INVITATIONS
Price for 100 Cards $1.50 and up from your plate
$2.50 and up with plate furnished.

Friday.

9 to 1 o'clock

Saturday 9 to 12 o'clock

will meet at

4:15 and the Golliwog at 5:15.

at 7:30,
cction of

iments-.

HURRY
for this $300 'credit of New Essex.
Will sell for $200.
CHAS. DOUKAS,
1319 South University

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re : Mr. Thomas
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