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THE MIC14ICAN f)ATLV _ _____

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4DonaldB. MaMillan Traces.Air Route RffIT[W
for Trans-Alanic Tripito London in Jtrne IUJIILI Il UV
3 I Board Extends Its Sanction of
Plan by .Mail; Voting
r Is Unanimous.
45 ~MEMBERSHIP OU TLINEU;

Sigma Rho Taux to Hold Initiation Ceremo~nies
rToday Preceeding Its AiwumalHoniors Banquet

Rites to Tike Place at Stuamp
NearEngne~iugArch;
-The reg. ular spriwn l intioii of
Sigma Rho Taul, egneigde-
bating society, viii bhe ld tomo-r-

AIlhoughl pro u-, t ,3peaking and
euilogis tic: oratory form the main
intrct Sima Rho Tau, the de-11
velopentif the^ art of story tell-
inr is encour-aged. While not pri-
mn;? 'r intcrcsted in debating, Sig-,
1c niA ,hoTc{ has T helanumerou

WAR #ATM] o
IN NIURAmgLI

Supreme Court Says A ppli Ms ih nCs
of Necessity.

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Associatcd _Pres8 Photo.
Corn. Donald B. MacMillan, explorer, who will leave Boston about
Junie 30 on a round trip trans-Atlantic iflight to Lon don, is shown tracing
his route for an official of the Boston city 611u1.

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Local Organizations Attend
Uniform; Rev. Kurth to
Leave Pastorate.

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:y. F~ear- I
crse Memorial services for war veter-'
ow and
chers set ans, and a farewell sermon by Rev.
immedi Andrew E. Kurth, of the Calvary
Evangelical church, were the high-
in~d. lights of services Surnday in Ann,
n~al Air Arbor churches.
airmail At thle First- Presbyterian ch-urch,
't unab~le tribute was paid to members of the
he 1,0001 United Veteans organization by
Sby the Dr. Merle H. Anderson, pastor. The
York for local posts of the Grand Army and,
iy night. Spanish war veterans, the Erwin
oute, the Prieskorn poost of the American Le-
since he gion, Scabbard and Blade, honorary.
summuer campus military organization, and
vhiere he the varioQus wom)en's auxiliary so-
Tex. All cieties and patriot-ic organizations,
,cessful1l#. which comiprise the -veterans organ.-
dage- ztion, attended thefr service in uni-

'T-W at's Going
THEATRES
Lydia M rendelssohn--Bl1a n ch e
Yurka and Martha Graham in
"Electra," at 8:15 o'clock.
Michigan-Wallace Beery, Lewis'
Stone, John Mack Brown, Jean Har-
low, Marjorie Ramabeau in "The
,Secret Six."
Majesti;-R o b c r t Montgomery,
Ernest Torrence, Dorothy Jordan,,
Hobart Bosworth, and Cliff Ed-
wards in "Shipmates."
Wuerth--John. Mack Brown, Elea-
nor Boardman,2 Lucille La Verne,
Anita Louise, and Gavin Gordon in
"The Grcat Meadow."
GENERAL
SUniversity L e c t u r e--"Quantum
Theory and Electron-pair. Bonds in
Polyatomiic Molecules" by Dr. W. H.
Heitler, of Goettingen, Germany,
-4:15 o'clock, room. 1941, East Phy-
sics building.
IRecital-Senior Recital by Vir-
ginia Hainister at 8:15 o'clock,
School of Mvusic.
Golf-Mi'nnesota meets Varsity
on the University. golf course.,
&eukema Named Head
.of Journalistic Group
Cornelius H. Beukerna, '32, was
elected president of Kappa Tau
Alpha, honorary pournalistic so-
ciety, for the ensuing year, at a
meeting of the organization last
night.
Other new officers of the society
are David M. Nichol, '32, vice-presi-
dent, and Heclen E. Mussel 'white, '32,
secretary and treasurer. fleukema
is Ann Arbor correspondent of the
Detroit Free Press, and Nichol is the.
newly-appointed news editor of The
Daily. Miss Musselwhite is a mem-
ber of Theta Sigma Phi, women's
honorary journalistic sorority.

"rea~qLI. t InanltJBaasL or
Administration.
(Continrued from Page Oane)
representationl in the council thanr
the ad-ministrative officers, having
34 members to 23 of th~e latter. l
Senate Retaints Review Power.
The University Senate, although l
shorn of its legislative powers, willl
have full review over certain func-
tions of the council. The Senate is
composed of 531 faculty members.1
In brief, it is provided: that 'all1
legislative action of the council
must be published immediately;
that within 30 days of publication,+
the :faculty of any school or collegej
or any 25 members of the Senate
may request the President to call 0
a Senate meeting; that such. a
meeting shall constitute the-bind-
ing :action of the University facul-+
ties, provided a .quorum of 100 is:
present; that in the event no quo-
rum is obtained at such a meeting
of the Senate, the original action
of the University council shall stand
as binding.
According to the plan of appor-
tionment, the literary college will
have the largest number of repre-
sentatives on the council, 14; the
engineering college will have six;
medical and education school, three
each; law and dental school, two
each; pharmacy college, business
administration school, music school,
and forestry school, one each.
Faculty -Representatives.
Faculty representatives are:
Literary college--Professors A. S.
Aiton, 0. J. Campbell,, E. C. Case,
M. Gomberg, W. H. Hobbs, Preston
E. James, L. C. Karpinski, B. D.
Yeritt, D. H. Parker, I. L. Sharfman,
C. P. Wagner, and A. E. Wood. (Two
candidates will be named later, and
the._terms_ of the representatives an-
nounced).
College of Engineering and Archi-
tecture-Professors H. C. Anderson,
A. H. White, L., A. Hopkins, and Col.
H. W. Miller (engineering), and=
Professors Emil Lorch and Ge-orge
M. McConkey (architectuire). Terms
not axinounced.
School of Education-Prof essors
Dr. George E. Myers, one year;
George L. Jackson, three years; and
Dr. Margaret -Bell, two years.
-Medical college:-Professors C. W.
Edmunds, F. A. Coller, and F. N.
Wilson. To serve indefinitely.
Dental school-Professors R. W.
Bunting and F. B. Vredder, to serve
indefinitely.
Law school -. Professors G. C.
Grismore, two years; and E. N. Dur-
fee, one year.
School of Business- Administra-
tion-Professor A. Paton, one year.
School of Forestry and Conserva-
tion--Professor L., J. Young, two
years.
School of Music--Plrofessor E. V.
Moore, two years. ____________

row afternoon preceing the annual Ju'kALJ: IkM1t;icaJw
honos wil b hel yers, the o c~rgaizaion7 has ot lost I
hoosbanque d whichiwilbahld'co:ntecst.
at night in the Union. The initia- Tw oftsm tiprande
tion will take pla ce on the carved ba testhis year were those with
limnestone stum~p at the engineer- th_,Det roil, Institurte of Technology,
ing endl of the diagonal. Both fac-' ands the !1d ihi lHouse; of Repre-
ulty ,and student initiates will be' sentative 1,.
indued.Althughthe organlization is only
induced.two years Gold, it h~as proved popu-
of ativiy makedby a unboke and faculty. Starting two years ago
series of victories. This banquet is wi ith only four local members, it
known on the campus as the Tung has grown to number some ninety
Oil' banquet, after the club sym- active members in Ann Arbor.
bol, the tLung oil tree. Tung Oil
plants and blossoms will furnish Siedt°oOther Colleges. I
decorations at. t he banquet. A T1117' grow -Eh has not been con- -
wreath of tung oil blossoms will be fined to the M\ichigan campus alone,
presented to the one acclaimed the for the Sitump Sneakers idea has I
best speaker. An address of wel- spread to other colleges of engi-f
come will be given by Dean Herbert neering and architecture as well. '
C. Sadler, of the architec'ture and A chApter was inaugurated at the
engineering colleges. The princi- E'tr~oit institute of Technology,
pal speaker will be Allan P. Brush and active groups are being form-
whose subject will be "The Lid is ed at Michigan State college at
Off." Lansing and at City college of De-
Senior to Get Carnf. troit.
The presentation of the famuous The officers of the organization
Cooley Cane to the mnost distin- are Frederick L. Arnet, '31A, presi-
wuishedl Senior of the organization dent; Louis H. Larramie, vice pres-
will be made by, Mortimer E. Coo- ident; John G. Hoad, '31IF, secre-
ley, dean emeritus of the -engineer- tary; Lynn Cobb, treasurer.
ing college, who is the donor. Prof.
H. HI. Higbie, of the electrical engi- President Appio oves
neering department, will present
the awards of merit in behalf of Decision on Tax Bill
the Associated Technical Societies
of Detroit. Honors will be rendered (Continued from Page One)
to the ten best speakers of the or- for the Mill tax by providing for
ganrization as well as associate the mainrtenance of the institutions
( memberships and full1 memnber4iipsI in the state budget bill, would have
with the accompanying key to thiose dest-royed a principle of the great-
-- - - - - -- - est importance to education and
would have spelled ruin for the
State Hunger March University and state college."
- Encounters Troublesf Under; the legislative provision
____ effective following the recent ac-
LANSING, May 25.--.(gp)-Alf red tiou of -he 1 gisilatu.re, the Univer-
Goe tz, secretary of the Michigan i sity apprlopr :iao wiil a-mount to
unemployment council, which is virtually the saine as this year's al-
sponsoring a hunger march to the lowalice, since action of the state
capitol, failed today to secure as- equalization board to be completed
surance that his followers will be next. August w ill1 p r o v i d e f o r
housed and fed here, chanrges in assessment preventing
He called on Mayor Peter Gray, any fman ge in -University income
and was inform~ed the Lansing city for tile next two years.
welfare fund is depleted. Goetz The University receives six-tenths
asked Don Smith, secretary to Gov- of a mill ons each dollar of taxable
ernor Bru~cker, to arrange for the proety in thle state under the Mill
state to provide lodging and food, tax law.
but Sti ih was unable to find any-_ __
statute authorizing such procedure.
Goetz said thre unemployed will
march to Laiising anyway. Daily

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WASHINGTON. May 25-(--r1)-
a m-ajority of one the spreme 2 c
toda~y decided an applicant for c
zenship must tale an oath to fi,,
if necessary, for. the United Sta
This conclusion was reached
the cases of Marie A. Bland, i
in New York, Canadian wvar nu
and Professor Douglas Clyde A1
Intosh, Yale theology professr,;
a Caaden.
Justice Sutherland delivered
i rijor'ity opinion and Jusitices E
ler, Mel"eynolds, Van Devanter
' Rberts agreed. (Thief Jus
Hughes read a vigorous dissent,
Justice Holmes, Brandeis and St
often found together in mino
opinions in. the past:, also dissen~
The government, in opposing
naturalization of Miss Bland-
Professor Ma cIntosh because t
would not take an oat~h tok
arms in defense of ithe United St
under all circumnstances, said
question aiready had been set
by the refusal of th~ecouirt to a.
Rosika Schwimnmer,HWu n ga r
writer and linguist, to becom
citizen.
She also ref used to take anc
to fight for the country. Jug
Sutherland took the view the c
today were ruled by the princ
laid down in barring her.

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Tr, e service open~ed a week of
t-o activity on the part of the organ
er- ization, which will culminate Sat-
-urday in a Memorial day parade.
Speaiking' on "Keeping the Up-
ward Road," Rev. Kurth gave his
7farewell sermon in the Calvary
15 Ev. ngelical church. He will leave
15htomorrow to fill the pastorate of the
Twelfth street Evangelical church,
heP etr'oit. Rev. S. W. Kirn, of Bay
alf ICity, will succeed to the pastorate
ter here.
wo The third of a series of sermons
touching tupon practial religion
was given at the morning service
of the Unitarian church by Rev.
H. P. Marley. His topic was "Christ-
CSIianity and Socialism." Neil Stpb-
ler led a discusson on "The Depre;-,
n'd sin" at the evening services./
rt- "Law" was the topic of Dr. Feed-
ed erick B. Fisher at the morning
for service of the First -Methodist
er church, while Rev. Allison Ray
ul- Ii cas t: ok as his sermnon a t the
Frt Congregational clburch, "Emp-
:~~e '~~~T~ eec :,tyoFat"wsd-
o r cussed at the First Baptist church
~so by Rev. R' Edward Sayles. Rev.
pd Henry Lewis conducted services at
St. Andrew's Episcopal church.

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