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THE MICHIGAN D~AILY

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,L IN, TURMIL OF KIDNAPPER HUNT

FRESH AN TRYO0U T
Morton Frank to Be in Charge;
Offer Work in- Five
Committees.-

Fraternity Initiation
Defended at Urbanar
URBANA, Ill., March 7.-Frater-
n ity informal initiations which are
I leverly and reasoniably conducted
are an indispensable and long-r'e-
membered experience which is par-
ticularly valuable, to the under-

expr essedi last w eeks by C. R. F
erick, as-nsitnt dean of men at
niversiJty of ,Iliis'."1
Most collceeren he bel
h~ave asense oc responsibility
good judgmeYlnt strong enoug]
curb unrea)sonable and hai
excess, wich, fDean Fiec6
points out, is to be avoided.

tSociety for Advancement}
Science Will Canvenie
March 17, 18, 19.
fning to supplement the an-
eneral meetings of Michigan
rs, scientists, and lay stud-
rith a series of section meet-
abe set aside for the, discus-
f various academic and sci-
subj~ects, t h e Michigan
mny of Science, Arts, and Let-
411l kneet in Ann Arbor for its
seventh annual convntion
rch 17, 18, and 19.
largest and oldest society for
dvancement of knowledge In
ate, the academy will throw
5 ,meetings, including both
s and discussion session, open
plic.
Lowie to Open Meeting.
the general program, Prof.
tI-1H. Lowie. of the University!
lifornia, will make the first
ss of, the session at 4:15 0'
on Thursday, T<. ,,h 17, in
al Science auditorium. His
will be "The Family as a So-
rnit." Internationally known
inection with work in sociol-
.nd 'anthropology, Professor
is fiat present working for the
al research council in Wash-
z, D. C., on~ related problems.
thez annual exhibit, for which
ers of the~ society 'contribute
is specimens, the exhibition
and. research laboratories of
Wniersity. museums will be
over. The exhibit is to open
Qo'clock on the evening of
i17. At the sam7e~ time the
it reception will take place in
auseums building.
f. Jesse S. Reeves, of the po-
science department, will pre-
,n~ address on the topic, "The1
,st ~Over the Chaco (Bolivia
'aagpiay)," at 4:15 in Natural
ce auditorium, as the chief
on on the program March 18.
Annual Dinner.
sections, of the academy will
r at' 6:30 o'clock on the same
for an annual dinner in the
i. In addition to the dozens
,pers to be read by members
e academy in the various sec-y
covering a wide variety of'
the presidential address, to
Wen by Dr. Wilbert B. Hinsd ale,II
vsor emeritus of the theory
practice of medicine, and as-
e in charge of the division of,
lreAt Lakes, Museum of An-
ology, will treat on "Tecum-
Illus1ons." The address will
vent in the banquet room of
Trin at 7:00 o'clock on March
DrUinsdale's 36 years on the,
y of the University have been
,xed by his extensive research'.
k~h history of the Indian tribes

jOpportunity
try out for the
association will
clock tomorrow
lHaill, accordling

for freshmen to
Student Christian
be offered at 4 o'-
afternoon at Lane
'to_ an announce-

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,Michigan Grand

Org.'iie

W8l Play

Hoad Musical Hiis T oight

meait yesterday by William Kearns,
'32, president.
Mor, ton Frank, '33, secretary of
the organization, will be in charge
of the try<outs and will speak briefly
on the wvork of the association and
the opportunities for freshmen an~d
sophlomnores to serve on various
cordmrittee-s.

In recognition of the forthcoming production of DiKoven's "tRobin
lHood," the mainagemvent of the Miigan takes psleasutre in announcing
that Bob Howland at the grand console of .he MichigaIn organ will play
fat every show "'0 Promise Me," a number from theopra
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Associated Press Photo
Newsplaper men and photogj'aphers gathered in front of the main hotel of Hopewell, N.J., "during the
heig-ht of the present nation-wide search for the kidnapped Charles A. Lindbergh, Jr. The journalists have
been rasing this hostelry as a headquarters before starting the day's work, which consi-sts nainly ofh entering
into the search and photographing the estate from every available angle. The famxous case h s developed a
"boom" place out of a peaceful country village.
U T *1t. VA xl1,i.. TJI

Th-e twork of the association is
divided into five committees, inter-
national, for"ums, freshmen, relig-
iou.s, and anniversary.
The work of the internationall
committee includes trips of foreign
student speakers t o clubs and.
schools througphout the state, week-
ly teas for foreign students, and an
annumal thanksgiving banquet held
in honor of the foreign undergrad-
uates of the university.
The all camnpus forums which are
held in Aulmni memorial hall are
sponsored by the forum committee
which makes an effort to bring to
the campus leaders of thought
from all over the country' toad
a-dress students.

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Special Night--First Show
BOILER ESCAPE'
lackstone will endeavor to escape
fromn a steel boiler built by,,,john
Voltz and Cc. safter bein-g welded(

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TAORT IUS
Student Gets Thirteen-Spade
Hand;R!..kes Bid.
Lloyd Nyman, '34, is wandering
about campus these days wonder-
ing whether he should write a new
poem entitled, "Nymani at the}
Bridge."
He was playing at auction last,
Sunday mofning at the Phi Sigma
Kappa house, with William Senf,
'33, Millard Bell, '328., and Noud i
belly, '33. Senf opened the biddin~g
with a club; Bell raised it to a
heart; May said two clubs;, Nyman
called for two spades. t went
around again, and got up to four
spades. Then Bell dropped out;
Senf made it -five clubs; Nyman
coughed and said five spades.
S'enf doubled. Nynman redoubled.
Senf led 'a club; Nyman took the
trick wit~h deuce of spades.' Then
Nyman head the ace of spades, atci
when no other spades fell it began
to look as though Nyman had cor-
nered all 13. He had.

Nvoted P renanhiAutor
May 'Speak Here Soon
members of the French depart.,
iment have announced,, that ar-

A3Losson vv atL z ewii
in British Colleges
Winner of the 1932 Carnegie Pro-
fessorship in history, Prof. Preston {
W. Slosson, of the history 'dep art-I
ament, has been given a one year's
leave of absence from the Univer-
si ty, and will go abroad next sum-
mer to teach at Bristol, Manchester,
and Glasgow universities.

rangements are being made to have
.M. Philippe' Soupaulte to speak
here at the University in April,
however; definite arrangements and
plMans have not as, yet beeOn an-'
nounaced. M~x. Sou paulte's portrait
was in the collection of, portraitsj
of prominent French men recently'
exhibited in the main library.

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Students in Phab-m°acy
Dr. L. W. Rowe, of the research
staff of Parke, Davis and Co. of
Detroit, pharmaceutical manufac-
turers, will speak on "'Trends in
Biological Standardization as R~e-
fated to the Manufacture of Med-
icin7al Prepahrations" at 4:15 o'-
clock tomorrow in Room 300, of the
chemciistry, and' pharmacy building.

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