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__________THE MICHIGAN DAILY ______ TUESDAY, MAY 3,1932

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1"Hi e learned about women; 11from1 ri H l onI"Perio a vCiig.u-
her,' 'trauslated into Span t .1 would to. tIIve h ewilrckI
t adequately describe ethrof the thichapJ f LhTL_. u 1 o ;"hat
two playlets to be presented by La"sTe.;py"Tieelcue r
Sociedad Hispanica at 3.15 o'clock - ;> > ~CJLytIOTeou la
tonight in the Laboratory ttre., ,, aleop"'. t& nahse oubiic b
n'ez Sierra, is the title ofthe fct-
of the two plays to be ursne oi;Sit ~ l hursday,
by the club. It deals with ti i_ckle- 72 Ah 2 iin :ter;:y. All
ness of the cousin of a youzngSpan - CSO C,..Pt eeaucd
lard, Antonio. 'T'ragil" is translatd adty
' s "cfikle" in Engllish. k51 . staffantr

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-1-- i'te eiclScol As Antonio thinks .Rosina is tic- U.~ iL~hat t.v .m J.., Von VVcU-
who were initiate-! are .Allen M.~e ocosLrnotiko edy ehi fie
Boyden, Jerome Cohn, Albert T.- Justina that women are mute, in e
BegMitn ediwtz ndiiaL"Sin Palabaras," the' second play, (-Theogap ijeal Iand G otl c',
yi .Bas.which is the work of the Quintero ..ra ij rf ,C. K arpnski
brothers, Spanish playwrights. Liw~ give anillusrated 'p ure on
Students from the College of The presentation of these two "iEariy,MP aps o-mrc, Thursday,
Dental Surgery who were taken playlets breaks a four-year silence at 8 p.1,,nRom4T8N.
into the organization are Noble M. of the Sociedad for the first time. I- -
Schindler, Ferris G. Hedge, and __________Itorfiatenity auiEil Mcnbers:
Michael J. M6.xian. Zpca eetingto conide deer-
M embers of the College of Phar- !re rsh n acda, ay5
Macy who we're initiated are Cole- ~ P F[A+,7:30 o0c-°k, in the U~nion.
man F. Flaskamp and JohnF
Oneto. f fpf Sw a O C,,ii cI bes :Regu-
The School of Education wasD I I rc a r eo eeting this noon. j
represented by Josephine K. Kriser, U L ~ U__
Mildred R. Lasser, Ivalita Giascock, NIAUA IST'
Charles M. Brown, Hamilton P. (Continued from Page 1) ATP',Tau Omega 16, h appa
Easton, and Charlotte L. Etzold. Apitet fmnfo h I Ta ii2
Ket B aketofteScolliterary college and the nginearping DeltaFhi 14, Ph-iiKapp)a Sigman ?5,
of Business Administration, and school to serve. on the Honor Guard Aha Kuoppa Lambda17, ?-' p);
Vernon F. Hicks of the School of hv led enanucd rs~Nl2
FoetyadCnevto eeidents of the senior classes of the Dela Tai Delta , , ph Dlta
i initiated.PA;
Membrs f th Scool f MsicEducation school, the lBusin-ess .Adt-P 3
whomwere ofithaed arehobertf Mu.ic inistration school, the Medical The L L elta Chi 10, SgaAlnha
whower intiaed re obet k ,school, and the architectural school Mu3.
Crandell and Mary H. Munson. nI ae nonth1mntht r tLd apaEpsilon 9, TnKy
Wai Paak Lei, and William R. represent their groups in the Honor Pa. Epsilon 5.
BabctfteCleeo ~cie-Ga , etra.Clifz 6 et ure were also initiated. Malcolm R. Srirton, '322, appoint- Pi Lambdla Phi Ii,Alh Kappa
eci the following architects* WiI - Pi10"
'Ford M assacre' Storys 1am R. Balbach. Wai. Paak Lei, Syl- Pal''i-'i 8, Ph i Ch i 4.
vItrJ Stepnoski, and Lyle F. Phi Si .n a. Delta 11, iha C]'i.
Befoe Soialst Cub Zsle. JuiusGouza, '32Ed, named Rho 0.j
the following men from the,, Edu- Phi Si ;,ma Kappa 31, '1.,,ta Xi 13.
The story of the "Ford Massacre" cation school : Hamilton Easton, BetaThtaPi r8, .Acrea
wil be told at an open meeting of Frances Hazen, George Sarkozy, L A Dlta Rho i. ht Chi 0.
the Michigan Socialist club Wed- Alexander Shaw, and II a r m o n F''Kpp Psi 1 ,Trin7 l 0.
riesday night in the Union by Wolfe. Marie Sga, etritahirny,7,ogeHamoni'2Mappi4.
MarcuaDtot tony ereHmmn.'2.anit 1 Kapalpha 1, Delt a Sigma

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ed Joseph Belsley, Luther Carpen-
ter, Russell De~ong, Steven Dono-
van, Moses Frohlick, .Lewis Graves,
Harry Greenbaum, Eugene Hand,
Curtis McDonnel, Robert McGilli-
cuddy, Daniel Myers, and Winston
Wreggitt, from the Medical School.
Keith Hackett and Lawrence Hoe-
bart Were, chosen from the Business
.Administration school.

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