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)AY, MAY 28, 1931

NO. 172

NOTICES
of Education: There will be a faculty meeting and
higan League on Monday, June 1, at 12 o'clock.
G. L. Jackson, acting secretary.
s of Engineeriig and Architecture: All students in
re taking courses other than Chemistry and Physics
erature, Science; and the Arts are requested to call
)ffMce, 263 West Engineering building, to give the
uctors in those courses in order that grades may
y at the close of the semester. Please take care of
o'clock today. Louis A. Hopkins, secretary.
of the Guard of.Honor: A meeting for the purpose
rill of the Guard of Honor for the Commencement
e held at Waterman gymnasium this afternoon at
tion of Dr. George A. May. Members of the Guard
owns. L. M. Gram, chief marshal.
Angell Ilall Laboratory: The public is invited to
al Laboratory on the 5th floor of Angell Hall to
>m 8:00 to 10:00 on Thursday and Friday evenings
>servations can be made if it is stormy or cloudy.
ompanied by adults.
eeQs: Collect your drawing plates at room 414 West
as soon as possible.
: The Announcements and Invitations have arrived
stribution. This distribution will take place every
, and -Tuesday and Thursday mornings. Delivery
on payment for same..
ers: A trip to Lansing has been planned for today.
have a place please sign the list in front of room
; building.
istocene Glaciation): Members of this class should
rh 4059 N. S. bldg., for refund on Detroit Field Trip.
Elections: I shall be in room 302 Mason hall, Fri-
29, from 1 to 3, to confer with any student wishing
the election of 'Speech 43, 63, or 64 for next year.
R. f. T. Hollister.
Dances: Martha Graham, assisted by Louis Horst,
p of solo 'dances this afternobn at 3:15 in the Lydia
to be followed by the first' performance of Strind-
Because -of the length- of the piogram, the per-
at 3:15 sharp. Robert Henderson, director.
in Gay's Beggar's Opera in the Laboratory Theatre
All interested are cordially- invited to attend.
: Initiates or old members who have not their pins
1608 University Elementary building.
Replies for Beta Kappa Rhi picnic must be phoned
.by noon Friday, May 29; otherwise transportation
iference: Anyone interested in attending the Nine-
t and faculty conference to be held at Lake Geneva,
o 19, is requested to get in touch with Lane hall
MEETINGS TODAY
Seminar meets this evening at 7 o'clock in room
Lowe will discuss 'the physiology of Lichens.
I Geographical CROSLEY AMRAD BOSCH
clock, in room, LSHOP
P. James will WE SELL"r
morphology, of WE ;RENT d;
trated) WE SERVICE Radios
Tel. 2.2813 615 E. Williams

LONDON, May 27.-(4P)-The fate
of the Portuguese steamer Corre-
tor' Primerio, which caught fire in
the Atlantic about 100 miles off the
northern coast of Spain, was the
subject of concern today in ship-)
ping circles.
Lloyd's Land's End radio station
received a message from the Bri-.
tish steamship Dunkwa saying that
the Portuguese vessel was blazing
from end to end and had sustained
several explosions. The Dunkwa was
alongside and had lowered a boat in
which to take off the crew.
Later, the German ship Ubena
wirelessed that the Dunkwa re-
ported she had taken the crew
aboard, which the Ubena's master
described as "impossible as the ship
is all flames." She added that the
stricken - ship carried a cargo of
gasoline.

Illinois Boy Captures NEW YORK SEES 597 ARMY PLANES
National Spelling Bee IN FORMATION ABOVE SKYSCRA)
and $500 Cash Award'
WASHINGTON, May 27.-(IP-
Twenty-three children are free:.
from the bogey of words and sylla-
bles they juggled to win prizes of
from $25 to $1,000 in the seventh,
annual national spelling bee.
Twelve-year-old Ward Randall
of White Hall, Ill., is the cham-
pion. He defeated Charles Michel, }
14, of Bellaire, O., Tuesday on the !
spelling of "foulard" to win the
two trophies and $1,000 that went
for first prize. Michel won $500,1
second prize.
Luck played its part in the con-
test for 13-year-old Aaron Butler,
jr., of Weir, Kan. Eliminated on
"encroachment,".he came back in-
to the contest after he had "hap-
pened" upon a dictionary and found
his spelling of the word- "in-'
croachment" -to be permissible.
The judges asked Aaron to spell
ten hard words. He did, they re-
admitted him, he finished fifth and"
won $75 instead of the $30 which
he would have taken.Y
thisyea at :45 inthe irce metin rom, Rmane Lnguae bild

IUIILIJIU U11
National Mountain
Furnish Employ
More Than
Placing of forestry
summer positions as
ity for experience wil
siderable number of
to the National Foresi
Many jobs have b
for the students. T
them is lookout stai
Blackfeet National
tana, which G. D. B
have. Robert Farrin
also have work in a 1
in Flathead National
tana.
Number Go to
A number of stude
Clearwater National:
ho where they will
blister rust of white
these are: Richard I
David Cleverdon, '34,
'34, Arthur Radford,
Paull, '34, and Calvir
Max Melick, '31F&(
Allegheny Forest ExF
tion in western Penns!
John L. Meier, '31F&
Wernham, '31F&C, wj
perior National Forest
ta, to do construction
Anderson, '31F&C, wi
trol work in Flathead
est, Montana. A. E.
will work with the Hig
ment in Wisconsin.
Others Work in
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tis yearat 745, in thecicle meeting room, Romance Language build-
ing. Refreshments. Elections of officers.
Political Science Journal Club meets in room 2035 A. H. at 3 p. m.'
Phi Epsilon Kappa, in room -06 Union, at 7:30. Election of officers.
Tau Beta Pi: Business meeting and election of officers, at,7:15 p. in.,
at the Union.
Mimes: There will be a meeting at 7:30 tonight at the Union. Links
will be distributed to the new members, and plans for next year's Revue
will be discussed.
Varsity Glee Club: The following men have been chosen for the
special chorus which will sing next Tuesday evening: Clyde Brown, John
Bierce, Gayle Chaffin, Jerry Howell, Ronald Innes, Raymond Dunwell,
Gene Maybee, George Matthews, Truman Steinko, Clifford Wightman,
John White, Clement Wright.
The music will be rehearsed this evening at 7:30 in the Musical
Activities room of the Union. If you are unable to attend, please notify.
the manager of the Glee Club by calling 21617.
University Symphony Orchestra: Important rehearsal at 3 p. in., in
Morris Hall. Dr. Moore will conduct.
COMING EVENTS
Geology II: All students should note the geological bulletin board
on which will be posted lists of: students absent from field trips, those
owing for trips, and date of make-up field trips.
Make-up bluebook will be given Friday at 4, in room 3056 N. S.
Geology 31: Make-up bluebook, Friday, at 4 o'clock room 3056 N. S.
Liberal Students Union of Unitarian Church, cooperating with the
Socialists Club and the: Round Table Club, is sponsoring a dance party
Friday night, May 29, 8:45 p. in., for members and friends. Tickets may
be obtained from officers. Card games and chess games will be in
order for those who do not care to dance. Refreshments.

A wing of pursuit planes speeding above the skyscrapers of lower
Manhattan during maneuvers in which 597 planes of the first air divi-
sion, army air corps, participated. The planes, after maneuvers in New
York, headed into New England to continue the war games.
ICE PATROL WILL AT TEMPT STUDY
OF ICEBERGS DURING NEXT SUMMER
Will Attempt to Solve Mystery ship lanes, warning vessels of the
of Yearly Variation in 1 approach of icebergs. He has found
Number of Bergs. 1wide variations in the number of
bergs that drift south each summer.
By F. B. Colton. It has ranged from 1,300 down to

WASHINGTON, May r27. - VP) -fewer than 100.
WASHNGTN, My 2. - P) What ,causes this wide flue
The coast guard's ice patrol will Wat ca t wie f
taketo te ar inthenexttwois still in part a mystery, bi
take to the air i the next two mander Smith has a theor:
summers, to learn first hand the he-hopes to test during his
roving habits of the icebergs that over the Arctic.
yearly menace north Atlantic ship- It is known that the rotz
ing. the earth causes prevailin
When the Graf Zeppelin flies to currents of Baffin Bay,
the north pole to meet Sir Hubert Greenland, to set toward t
Wilkins on his submarine trip under ern shore of Baffin island
the ice this summer, Lieut.-Comm. the bay.
Edward H. Smith, the coast guard's In years when small am
foremost ice expert, will be aboard. sea ice drift down from th
Ori this flight and another plann- ocean, Commander Smith
ed for 1932, Smith will be seeking the icebergs that originate
iceberg secrets hidden among the Greenland coast are carriec
hitherto inaccessible glaciers and the bay by this current and
fjords of Greenland where bergs are ed on the Baffin island sho:
born. ' If much sea ice drifts dov
Commander Smith has spent six the north, however, it pile
years on board the coast guard cut- the Baffin island shore ins
ters that patrol the North Atlantic the bergs, his theory holds.

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MICHIGAN BANNERS, BLANK
PENNANTS and PILLOWS-

Engineering Councix: The meeting
Thursday has been postponed until
next Tuesday night.
1' SPRING SUITS ON SALE
$35.00 $25.00
$45.00.....$35.00
$55.00 ....$40.00
CHAS. DOUKAS
1319 South University

Summer Work
Mr. Hawkins, of Detroit and
Windsor, will be in Ann Arbor
Thursday, May 28 to interview
students who will be able to work
in the Great Lakes Region. Call
at 304 Michigan Union, or tele-
phone 8741 for appointment.

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Lydia MENDELSSOHN Theatre
ADDED MATINEE TODAY AT 3:15
Only Solo Appearance
MARTHA GRAHAM DANCES

fingerle operated restauri

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and Strindberg's
"THE, FATHER"

-for these warm da
fountain service at

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$2.00
Semi Formal

DAY, MAY 29
9:00 to 2:00

Tonight at 8:15-Matinee Sat. at 3:15
' ANCH I-SOPHOCLES
"Electry.,
With FAMOUS DANGER &
MART GRAHM A.N EW-YORKCASTj .
The Daily News says, "Even glowing advance notices from other
cities did not prepare one for the actual realization. Blanche Yurka
is supreme."
SELL OUT PRICES: Nights 75c, $1, and $1.50.
Matinees 50c, 75c, and $1.00
ALWAYS 200 GOOD SEATS AT 75 CENTS FOR ALL
PERFORMANCES.

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