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T14E MICHIGAN DAILY

SAT U IZDAY, APRIL 30, I

_H _CIA D T YSAUDYARL_0

DAILY OFFICIAL BULLETIN
Publication in the Bulletin is constructive notice to all members
I of the University. Copy received at the office of the Assistant to
the President until 3:30; 11:30 a. m. Saturday.
VOL. XLII. SATURDAY, APRIL 30, 1932 No. 150j
NOTICES
President and Mrs. Ruthven will be at home on Sunday, May 1,
and Sunday, May 8, from four to six o'clock. These conclude the teas
for faculty and townspeople for the present academic year.
To the Members of the University Council: There will be an adjourn-'
ed meeting of the University Council on Tuesday, May 3, at 4:15 p.m.,
Room "B," Alumni Memorial Ha ll,to consider the report of the Stand-
ing Committee on Student Relations. Louis A. Hopkins, Sec'y.
Petitions for Positions as Officers of the Oratorical Association dur-
ing the school year 1932-33 should be made out and placed in the office
of the Department of Speech and General Linguistics before noon of
May 12. The officers, president, vice-president, and secretary, are
selected on the basis of merit judged by activity and ability in forensic
acitivitics. Announcement of selections will be made on May 13.
University Students, Social Directors, Chaperons, Househeads: Late
permission has not been granted for the Supper Dance to be given in
the Michigan League building on Sat irday, April 30.
A.S.M.E. Student Members: Please sign list on bulletin board in hall
above the arch if you plan to attend the joint meeting of the Society
at Detroit, Wednesday, May 4. An inspection trip through the Ford
Plant is scheduled for the afternoon and a banquet at the Detroit Yacht
Club in the evening-all free to student members.
Notice: The box office for Play Production's presentation of "The
Importance of Being Earnest," will be open daily after today at the
Lydia Mendelssohn Theatre from 10 to 5.
Sophomore Engineers: Blazers have been selected. It is blue with a
white emblem and white piping. See Snyder, Vaksdal, or Dalsimer for
information. Watch the D.O.B. for further notices.

DECREE PR ESENTED
Dr. Chase, Speaker at Annual
Convocations, Honoecd
by University.
(Continued from Page 1)
(often to be an end in itself. We set
up formal standards to measure
the effectiveness of colleges and
universities, and yet tw") institu-I
tions that both have the sam l
paper standards may ditesr in the
real things that make, oi fail t'o
make, educated people, as totally a
day differs from :ight."
A solitary life of inner contem-
plation, said President Chase, is notj
to be recommended; rather, the
importance of education,. is based
on the ability to distinguish "the
shadow" from "the substance," and
the symbol from the reality.
During the morning's ceremonies
members of the faculty in caps and
gowns occupied reserved seats on
the stage, while a section on the
main fiopr of the auditorium was
reserved for honor students. The
seniors also wore caps and gowns.
President Ruthven, who intro-
duced Dean of Students Joseph A.
Bursley, also welcomed President
Chase to Ann Arbor and prefaced
his speech with a ,short address of
introduction. Dean Bursley, who
was chairman of the committee in
charge of th econvocation, offered
congratulations to the honor stu-
dents and gave a brief historyof
the function. Selections on the
organ were presented by Palmer
Christian, University organist.
by an address by Mr. ColemanI

TWO DIE IN WRECK AS FAST TRAIN IS DERAILED

Michigan Graduates Will Meet
at End of Olympic Track-
Cornpetition.
An Olympiad meeting of Michi-
gan alumni in Los Angeles on Fri-
day, Aug. 5 at the end of the track
Cempetition of the Olympic games
is being planndi by the Pacific
coast alumni, T. i3awleyvTappin'g'
general secretary o the Alumni
Association, stated yesterday.
The Michigan celebration will
stait at 11 o'clock on the -norning
of Aug. 5 with a meing of the 8th
alumni district, which includes all
of the clubs of the far west, at
the University club in Los Angeles.
This meeting will be followed by a
iluncheon for the delegates.
In tne alternoon the alumni will
attend some phase of the Olympic
games in a body and in the eve-
ning a banquet will be held at the
University club for all alumni and
students who are inathe vicinity.
Michigan alumni headquarters
will be maintained at the Univer-
sity club for all of the week preced-
ing the banquet.
J J
CLASSIFIED ADS
y,,RITER- PORTABLE
New, Seoond-da Rejuilt,
Snith-Corona, Noiseless,
Un&ewod, y , ,ein-gton .
314 S. State St., Ann Arbor.

. .

hle engincer and fireman of the Grand Trunk railroad's Maple Leaf flyer were killed as the train
was derailed at South Bend, Ind., with one mail car erashing into a house next to the tracks, injuring a
mother and three children asleep there. No passenr ers were hurt. This picture shows some of the up-
set coaches and the car that was hurtled into the house.

EXPECT HIGH MARK
FOR SUMMER TERMi
Dean Kraus Believes Enrollment
Will Equal, If Not Exceed,
Record of Last Year.
(Continued from Page 1)
the last 13 years. In 1918, 1,3011

LIFE ON THE ARGENTINE 'PAMPA>
PICTURED BYWISCONSIN PROFESSOR
Speaking on the topic, "Life on members of his own nationality in
the Argentine Pampa," Prof. R. H. a truly communal existance, but
Whitbeck of the University of Wis- forms only a minor part fo the1
consin yesterday painted a picture population.
of mingled wealth and neverty, i Prof. Whitbeck described the
beauty and desolation, before stu- pampa itself as "25,000,000 square
alnts and visiting school teachers miles consisting of excellent soil
in Natural Science Auditorium. and a level treeless expanse of
There are more milionaries in the grass." Although a prominent pro-

Freshmen: Those freshmen who are plannig to major eventually in
Trransportation would do well to discuss with me their work for the
coming year. John S. Worley.,
Sophomores: Those sophomores who are planning to major in
Transportation should see me at an early date so that next year's work
may be efficiently planned. John S. Worley.
Notice: All students wishing to participate with the Michigan Social-
ist Club in the May 1st celebration to be held tomorrow in Detroit,
communcate with Smith at 21741 between 1 and 5 p.m., today for trans-
portatign details.
ACADEMIC NOTICE ,
English 1.07-Section 3-(A. H. Marckwardt) will not meet today.
EXHIBITIONS
Exhibition of Antiquities from the excavations at Seleucia-on-the-
Tigris in the main floor lobby of the Architectural building. Open from
8 a.m., to 10 p.m., daily until May 7, with the exception of Sundays.
Exhibition: The one hundred and thirty-five photographs of French
statesmen, artists, and men of letters, recently presented to the Univer-
sity by Edouard Champion, ark on display today in Room 103, Romance
Languages building, for the Schoolmasters and others interested.
EVENTS TODAY
Girls' Swiming Club meets at the Union swimming pool at 10 a.m.
This is very important and both old members and new girls who are
interested are urged to come. Business meeting follows.
Death Takes a Holiday, will be given by The Hillele Players at 8:15
o'clock in Laboratory theatre, for the benefit of the University Loan'
fund. Reserved tickets may be secured by calling 4121-789, at box office.
Michigan Dames Spring Party in Sarah Caswell Angell Hall at 8,
p.m. The Dramatic Group will present two plays which will be fol-
lowed by dancing and bridge. All eligible women and their husbands
are invited to attend.
Central Committee on Lantern Night: Important meeting at 10 a.m.,
in the W.A.A office of the League building.
COMING EVENTS
Phi Beta Kappa Initiation Banquet: The annual initiation and
banquet of the Alpha Chapter in Michigan of Phi Beta Kappa will be1
held at the Michigan Union on May 5, at 6:30 (E.S.T.) In honor of the
celebration of the twenty-fifth anniversary of the founding of the Chap-
ter, the principal speaker will be the President of United Chapters, Pro-<
fessor Clark S. Northrup of Cornell University. All members of Phi
Beta Kappa are cordially invited to be present. Husbands and wives of
members may attend if they wish.
The price per plate is $1.50. The tickets will be on sale at toe door.
Reservations should be in before May 3. Orma F. Butler, Sec'y.

Jennings of Washington, D.C. students, of which 21 per cent al- Argentine, proportionally, than in
any other country in the world,
St. Andrew's Church: Sunday. ready held college degrees. From Professor Whitbeck declared. Great
Holy Communion 8 a.m., Church 1918 to 1928-a four-year period- fortunes have been made in a gen-
School 9:30 a.m., Kindergarten 11 the attendance increased 100 per eration and expended as easily, in
a.m., Holy Communion and sermon t. In 1922 the enrollment total- many cases, on mere ornament and
by the Reverend Henry Lewis, 11 cn display.
a.m., Young People's Fellowship at led 2, 786 students. Since then, the Side by side with the great
6:15 p.m. increase has been steady. In 1927, "estancias," as these millionaire
in contrast with last year, 3,811 estates are .called, are the squalid
Wesley Hall: Sunday, at 6 p.m. students registered. huts of the "peons." "Some of the
Installation of the new officers. All units of the University willI most desolate conditions in the
Special music. be in operation, Dean Kraus said. world exists in the home life of
A complete announcement of cours- this class, the common laborer or
Faculty-Student discussion fol- es offered is contained in the sum- share-tenant," said Professor Whit-
lowing the Spring Parley at the mer session catalog, 50,000 copies beck. "This class forms the dis-
League Cafeteria at 8:15 a.m., on of which were issued March 1 and contented element on the pampa,
Sunday; close at 10:15. Those not can be obtained at the Summer moving from place to place, work-
wishing to eat may come at 8:45, Session office in University Hall. I ing for a share of the produce, and
room to be designated on bulletin Special anouncements are provided constantly hoping for somethingI
board. Prof. Brumm will preside. which are descriptive of individual better."
Opening talk by Prof. McClusky. units within departments of the Besides these two classes, there
Discussion by students and Prof. University. are the "colono," the immigrant,
Slosson. Special features nave been ar- middle class farmer, and the
--- ranged by Dean Kraus and various "gaucho," the waning type of the
Lutheran Students: The Lutheran heads of departments for those who open pampa. The Indian-Spanish
Student Club will meet in Zion will be in residence here. Courses gaucho still roams the plain, an
Lutheran Parish Hall Sunday eve- will be offered in the School of expert horseman and picturesque
ning at 5:30. Fellowship and lunch- Education which will cover a wider character, but his numbers are de-
eon hour from 5:30-6:30. Election range of material than is possible creasing. The colono lives with the
of officers for next year and enter- in the long term. They are adapt- - ---
tainment from 6:30-7:30. Enter- ed to meet the needs of teachers
tainment furnished by two of the actively engaged during the aca- Sorhomore Engineers
club members. demic year. In addition, the var- Chage Jacket C lo,
--- ious stations of the University-
Reformed Students: Rev. Tanis, geographical, geological, biological,,Sophomoreegieers this year,
of Chicago, will speak at the Lea- surveying and forestry-will be ill have decided to rek away from
gue Sunday, May 1, at 9:30 a.m. operation. Then, too, there are the "the traditional maize and blue
public health institutes, offering jackets and have selected a solidI
Presbyterian Young People's So- week-end programs; the physics blue coat. The new jacket is fannel
ciety: Sunday. Student Classes are symposium, at which prominent { with a belted back and has a
co-operating with the Spring Parley Dhysicists of the United States and white seal on the upper left hand
and meeting at 8:15 at the Michi- Europe will speak; a series of plays pocket.
gan League. sponsored by the department of Orders will be taken for these
Social hour at 5:30 and Student speech; and a lecture by a noted coats' starting Tuesday, May 3.
Forum at 6:30: Discussion leader, explorer and a cebate between two Further announcement will appear
Dr. Lowell Carr. Subject, Reflec- members of Congress-Senator in the Daily Official Bulletin,
tions on the Spring Parley. Brookhart, of Iowa, and Rep. Fish,
-- of New York. """
Hillel Foundation: Due to the Other features provided by Dean
conflict with the international Kraus are a series of public lec-
broadcast there will be no services tures on scientific topics at 5 o'-
Sunday, May 1. Students are in- clock each day that will be given in
vited to attend a group reception Natural Science auditorium by
of the program at tho Foundation, prominent faculty men of this and
starting at 11:30 a.m., sharp. other universities.
Student Volunteer Group: "What
SPTI learned from teni years, in the I
Orient," will be the subject of Pro- GHT SPOT
fessor W. C. Rufus at the meeting 802 Packard St.
of the members and friends of the
Student Volunteer Group Sunday, Today, 11:30 to 1:30
4 p.m., in the Committee Room of Bacon and Eggs with Toast
Lane Hall. Chop Suey with Rice
Liver and Bacon

ducer of crops such as alfalfa and
corn, the Argentine is perhaps best
known as a grazing territory of
horses and cattle. Some of the finest
specimens of live-stock in the world
are to be found here, where cattle-
breeding is a science and horse-
racing a hobby of nearly all the
wealthy "estancieros."

-pian to eat luncheon and
dinner at one of these fine
restaurants today: /
the ut
the tavern,. "cafeteria
the den
-a variety of good things to

eat are displayed
for your selection

on our menu
. b .

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finger e operated
p.s. chicken lobster dinner at the hut $1.00

Sociedad Latino Americana: Important meeting on Sunday, 2:30
n., in Room 304 of the Michigan Union.
Spanish Plays: La Sociedad Hispanica will present two one-act plays
a Tuesday, May 3, in the Laboratory (Mimes) Theatre, at 8:15 p.m.:
osina es Fragil, by G. Martinez Sierra, and Sin Palabras, by the Quin-
ro Brothers. Tickets are on sale at Wahr's Book Store and at the
Tfice of the Department of Romance Languages.
Members of Tuesday and Thursday Groups of the Dean's Luncheon:
here will be a joint meeting of the members of these two groups on
uesday, May 2, at a luncheon at the Union.
University Symphony Orchestra: Rehearsal Sunday at 2:30 o'clock.
chool of Music Auditorium.
Faculty Women's Club: The Monday Evening Drama Section will
old the annual pot luck supper at the home of Mrs. Robert Hall, Barton
ills, May 2, at 6:30.

Bethlehem Evangelical Church:
A program of talks and musical
numbers presented by colored stu-
dents will be featured at the regular
student supper, Sunday, May 1, at
5:30 p.m., in the Bethlehem Evan-
gelical Church. Students and fac-
ulty are cordially invited.
SA L E
SPRING SUITS
All shades $20.00
All Alterations at Cost
C. DOUKAS
1319 South University

Roast Beef, Fried Potatoes, GC-arrots
Cottage Cheese Salad with Cold Meats
Strawberry Shortcake, Ice Cream
Coffee,Milk
30c
5:30 to 7:30
Soup
Cubed Beef Steaks
Pork Chops
Lamb Chops
Roast Beef and Pork
Potato Salad with Cold Meats
Mashed or O'Brien Potatoes
Tomatoes, Spinach, Cottage Cheese
Salad
Strawberry Shortcake, Jello
Ice Cream
Coffee, Tea, Milk
40c

ris Hall: Sunday. Regular
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