HE M ICHILA 1N D A I LY TaitRnAY, IV' Y. 1932
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REUN F ALUM
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In the evening the Varsity band
will give a concert in front of the
Library. This concert will be fol
lowed by an Alumni dance at theS
League to which admission will be
free for Alumni and their guests.
The baccalaureate address is to
be given on Sunday morning in Hill
auditorium and on Monday morn-
ing will be held the eighty-eighth
The five-day session of Alumn!
university, at which prominent
members of the faculty will give
short courses of contemporary in-
terest to more than 100 relurnm.
Alumni will begin Tuesday morn-
The University golf course will
be open to returning aluni ali
during the celebration. A 50 Ces:E
greens fee will be charge, th grad-
uates for the use of the course
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In Egypt he trotted around the pyraiids on a camel and in Japan,
Charlie Chaplin, the film comedian, settled down to a banquet served1
in the best Japanese manner. Picture was made on the liner on which
he and his brother traveled from Europe to Japan. The film actor is on
the left with his brother seated opposite. Other members of the party
are Captain Shioyoshi of the liner and Mme. tiaruko Mogi, wife of a
CARL TON COON'S PEA TM TERMINATES
FAMOUS PARTNERSHIP IN ORCHESTRA
CHICAGO, May 4.--(P)-Death friend and associate, Sanders, an-
came today to Carlton Coon, 38, nounced that the orchestra would
and ended a 13-year partnership continue with its engagement here
with Joe Sanders in the famous under the name of Coon-Sanders.
Coon-Sanders orchestra-a part- "Coonie would want it that way,"
nership born of a music store he said.
meeting of two World war soldiers In December, 1918, after the
and never broken in a rapid climb, armistice was signed, two soldiers
to national radio and vaudeville home on Christmas furlough visit-
fame. ed a Kansas City music store. Capt.
Coon died this morning in Hen- Carlton Coon of the commissary
rotin hospital of blood poisoning department at Jefferson Barracks,
caused by an abscess in the jaw St. Louis, tinkled away at the piano
which developed mysteriously last and sang and Line Sergeant Joe
month while he was directing the Sanders from Camp Bowie, Fort
orchestra jointly with Sanders in a Worth, Tex., joined him. They had
Loop hotel. His admirers will be never met before. A lasting friend-
given an opportunity to view his ship was born.
body in state in the Loop Thurs- After their discharge, they met
day before being moved to Kansas in Kansas City and struck a part-
fCity for burial there Friday. nership in a small pick-up band
Meantime, in keeping with all that played at clubs and private
traditions of the show world, his parties.
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