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r THE MICHIGAN DAILY TUESDAY, JANARY ,132

Frustrating an attem~4L on the life of the Italia~n costu, Coy nt'
Cesare P. A." Buzzi-Gradeniga, when a package containiw;ga. bomb wa
discovered addressed to his office, Cleve-land authorities, who b haem
suspicious of the package, exploded the iiiferna~l machino with 3,agii-
shot from a distance of, 125 -yards. The cxloion tshrew the officers off
:their feet.'rThe consul (center) is shown di cussin,,g the case with Detec-
tive Chief C. W. Cody and Police Chief George Mawtowitz.
WASH TLTNA W OR YS
S-HIPPERSOREE WI~LRALLA HEE
91'[ Plan House-to-House Drive and
LES RAL RV L Mass Meeting This Month".

Kraus Names Non-Resident Faculty b4arrison to Direct IJI~t P4
Members for 1932 SummIer Session 7hAun tvi
_____________ \William P. Harrison, '99, presi- T l
Non-resident faculty members to - Wisconsin; Eda omsM~a,Idn fAoihcasartr n
taling 35 have been secured for the Ph.D., Professor of European, His-1 member of Toastmnaster's club whiley«
1932 Sumer sesion, irnEdwarlHgtorywOs olSateeindirector of
Letitme esin D.EwadH CrOioa teUniversity. clegtwa letd(C~ntin~ued from ]Page 1)
Kraus, dean, announced yesterday. eii McQuillan, A.B., Librarian, the 7th alumni district to succeed [ disfavor was found with either one
The .list, including members of all High School, Merrill, Wisconsin; H L. Stgndeven, at a luncheon ofteeelmns
schools and colleges and the varn - Ferry Mason, A.M., C.P.A., Associate meeting of the 7th district in Tulsa, o hs lmns
cur, stations maintained by the Professor of Business Administra- ! Oklahoma, according to T. Hawley I a acn lnwo f ~t
University, follows:; tion, Antioch College; Theodora Tapping, general .secretary. of the' of obstacles, succeeded inl giving
Fred Carleton Ayer, Ph.D,., Pro-; N elsion, A.M., Instructor in Biologi- alumni association. Michigan student~s a la.rger bandl
fessor of .Educational Administra- cal Sciences, Hunter College. thsee, years ago when they were
tion, University of Texas; ;Clarence Geor ge E. Nichols, ,Ph.D., Prof es Sqnderland firgn heelrgntoehiogn
y, ' Jization.
I Education, Lewis Institute, Chicago; Gusta vus A. Ohlinger, AB., .A.M., i cagoLawivi1eetrinSncgh nrlaiit fmm
Vera S. .Cooper, A.M., Librarian, De-! LL.B., of the 'Toledo Bar, Toledo, -Prf.-f-tebhrs became so troublesom~ethis
Pauw University. d L io. year, especiallysafter the Princeton
au nvriy ho kIWilliam W. Cort. Ph.D., School ofi Frank Lee Oktavec, Ph.D., Pro- LaSholatened t hemetn trip, Falece sieh decided to
I hygiene and Public Health, Johns1 fessor? of Physica~l Education and of the Association of American Law take the step of rei cing the num-
Hopkrin x University; Charles W. Bead of the Departmzent, QCllege of, Schools in Chicago last week, and beer of men in the best interests of
Creaser, Ph.D., Associate Professor' the, City of Detroit; Thom~. Marc' gave two papers,, one at the general the band's reputation.
of Zoology, College of the City off Parrott. Ph.D., Professor of Eng-; session1 on "Migration of Student "'I am in favor of a large band,
Detroit; G. Watts Cunningham,I lish. Princeton University. among Lhaw Schools," and the other Falcone said, "if enough meun can
s Ph.D., Professor of Philosophy, Cor- Paul Tory. Rankin, Ph.D., Director' at the Round. Tabl e on "Remedies be found who )ill report for drill,
enell University. of Research and Adjustmenpt, Ue- on the Presentati~N- of Practice and rehearsals and also le av e
Ellsworth Faris, Ph.D., Professor troit Pubdlic Schools; Ida "°Odelle Court !Work." enough to fill in vacancies when
fof; Sociology and Chairman of the Rudy, A.M., Super'visor of. Primary, The Executive Committee of the they occur. Both Leut. , R,? Cour-
Department, University of Chicago; Departments, Public Sch~ools, Day-' Association, of which Professor Sun- sey, drill master of the band, and
Frank Caleb Gates, Ph.D., Professor ton, Ohio. derland was a member, also met in I were thoroughly disgusted with
of li T eo.m n Ecology, Ka SaswarhmoB. Shaw, e.A;Librarian, Chicago at the same time, the unreliability of the organization
State o ollege.an Ka swLarhe College; ,A.Leisbaia-,- _this last season and it was mainly
y I Rudolph H. Gjelsness, B.L.S., Head lieu Simnes, J.D., Professor of Law, Prom~ Favors Available because of this that we decided to
.of the Preparation Department of Ohio State University. take the stp.
the New York Public Library, New Clay.D., Sinker, A.M.; Director of Mt' ai .bese In Unonj Earl V. Moore, musical director of
York City; (Miss) Marion G. How - Business Education,.pe Moines - the School of Music, uprnbengin
1elI, M.S., R.N., Director of Univer- Public Schools, Des Moines, Ia.; Ed- Sophomnore Prom :favors for those terviewed on the matter declared
sity Public Health Nursing. District, ward. Gleason, Spaulding, Ph.D.,_ who failed to get them at the dance that the reduction of the nu.mber
Western Reserve University. Professor of Philosophy, Princeton arc oba abea h nino e i h adis rea
Frank William' Hubbard, A.M., University. desk on presentation of the favor backward step and will detract
eAssitant Director, Research Divi-~ Antonio G. Solalinde, :Litt.D., As- stub, it was. announced yesterday from the reputation which the or-
l ion, National EducationAssocia- sociate Professor~ of Romance Lan- by Charles Burgess, general chair- ganization has established as well
-toWsigoDC;Hretguages, University of Wisconsin ;ma. as lessen the glamour which has al-
Laker Hungerford, Ph.D., Professor Thomas Wood Ste,4ens, of the Artist ways been assoc;iatedl with it on the
Enoooy nvriyof Kan Guild eJ Theatre S.aus , Misour.Prfso The average price of Ohio farm! football field,
as yl.ToaP.. rfso products during the first si].x "It is something, however," he
AlEtmalsJcbAM, ... fHlitology, University of Kal- .. months of 1931 declined 26 per continued, "which can not be
h Associate Professor of Law, .Colum- nois 1-Harvey Leland Turner, PhD., ce__ ____ _____ helped. The only way for Michilgan
y bia" University; Henry Stuart Ved- Professor of Rural Education and to have a large band again is to
der Jones, Ph.D., Professor of Eng-j Head of the Department, Michigan Harald Malcolm Westergaard, Ph.D., have the student musicians take a
gjlish, University of Illinois. State Normal College. " D.Eng., Professor of Theoretical and, greater interest in the organization.
0 Paul Alexander Knaplund, PhD., Agnes Ermina Wells, Ph.D., Dean Applied Meohanics, University of I hope that the condition maight be
Professor of History, University of of Women, Indiana University; Illinois. rectified before long."
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