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THE IVII HIGAN

DAILY

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THE MICHIGAN DAILY
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0000 STC PLT
Police Seize $2,000,000 Worth
of Faked E. I. Dupont

GANGSTER LEAVES FOR ATLANTA

P ~son go Captain
cabbard and Blade'
Oscar T. Perlinson, '32E, was
elected captaint ofi Scabbard and
tsade for the coming year at a
t ong ,,,-the honorary military
ety. ie succeeds W. J. Bird,
Ocr ofliiers elected were Wil-
_ . Clark, '32A, 1st lieuten-
nt cy M. Gruich, '33E, 2nd
.1nat; and 3. A. Goetz, '33E,
Ssrget. Perkinson held the
zeic. f E sr wlieutenant during
the past y-ar, while Clark acted

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%ecurltes.
FIVE MEN IN CUSTODY
Four Charged with Forgery; One
to Be Held for Further -
Questioning.
NEW YORK, May 5.-({Py--After
seizing counterfeit copies of $2,000,-
000 worth of E. L Dupont DeNe-
mours stock in a surprise raid, po-
lice announced today they had nip-
ped a plot to flood the financial
markets of the nation with bogus
securities.
The seizure was made in a loft at
503 West Forty-Third street. 11ve
men were taken into custody and
after a-night of questioning four of
them were booked on charges of
forgery.
They were Jack Cohen, 2 years
old, a salesman; Anthony Pitallan,
32, a manufacturer, and DanTel De-
koven, 31, an artist, all of Ne York,
and Willard Rihuan ;, -of Phil-
adelphia.
One Efngra cr eld.
The fifth man, John Fitzgerald,
40, an engraver of New Ycrk, was
held for further questioning.
Two special type printing: presses,
a quantity of colored inks, five
plates and other printing apparatus
were seized in the loft.
The counterfeit stock cei tlificates
included 50 completed 100-share
certificates and 600 partly 'finished
certificates.
Police Commissioner M'ulrooney
said the finished certificalies were
identical with genuine oncs in de-
sign, lettering and paper texture,
the only noticeable differe nce being
in the water mark.
Counterfeiting Well TLXone,
On the counterfeits this mark was
printed faintly.
An authentic 100-share 'certificate,
apparently bought in. the openI
market for use as a model, was
found in the plant.
The arrests and seizures came af-
ter police had kept the suspects un-
der surveillance night and day for
thiree months. Several times some
of the suspects were followed to
other cities.
Alpha Nu Announces
Initiaton of 10 Men
Ten pledges to Alpha Nu were ac-
cepted for initiation following a
try-out program Tue.;day night, D.
Robert Thomas, '32, president, an- -
nounced yesterday.
The men who qualified are:
Phillip L. Jones, '33, Melvin Koenig,
'32, Fred B3ramen, '33, Charles J. De
Putron, '34, Roy E.. Aley, '33, Stew-
art Russel, '34, Albert Lowry, '34,
Robert Tarnay, '34, Edward W. Ja-
cunski, '35, and Wilfred Bassett, '33.
The initiation and annual pledge
banquet- will be held Tuesday eve-+
ning, May 17 with Henry C. Hajeck,
'32. as -chairman.?

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as 1t s-rgeant.

'Scarface Al" Capone (left), notorious gang chief, iss
entered a Chicago depot to board the train for the federal
at Atlanta, where he is to serve'a ten-year term for incom
tions.
INTERFRA TERNIT Y COU/NCIL APP
NEW SE T OF RUSHING REGUL~

i-rlAey, Aigler, Holbrook Plan
to Attend Los Angeles
Event This Summer.
Piorminent faculty members will
attend the Olympiad University of
Michigan alumni celebration to be
held en Aldcst 5, in Los Angeles,
t 'Te conclusion of the track
ycnts portion of the Olympic
amTes . Tawley Tapping, general
ecretary ci the Alumni associa-
B-ion, said et- oay.
Sprof. Evans Holbrook of the Law
r/ / sSchool, J-(eph A. Bursley, dean of
I-tudents, Prof. Ralph Aigler of the
shown as ei Law School, and Dr. Frederick A.
penitentiary Coller, director of the department
ne tax viola, (tof surgery have already signified
their intention of attending the
--- banquet.
It ems probable, Tapping said,
ROVES thet sevr'ral Michigan athletes will
AONSb otets in the Olympic
fame and i this is the case, these
the campus oi-n will be the honored guests at
the banquet.
Michigamua, On the morning of August 5 there
angles. Such will be a meeting of the 8th alum-
evidence of ni district foilowed by a luncheon
f an individ- It the University club in Los An-
m e a n d in the afternoon the
n from the nmmui wil attend the games in a
led that any body. In the evening the banquet
bid from a will be held for the alumni and stu-
)es not turn dents in the vicinity at the Univer-
be ineligiblo sity club. Registration for the ban-
inning of the quet will be carried on at the Uni-
versity cluball of the preceding
week and all who plan to attend
Bulletin the dinner are urged to register so
that they will be sure to get a place,
Page 6) Tapping said.

MAJORITY OF MAY FESTIV AL ST ARS
ARE U. S. CITIZENS, SURVEY SHOWS
A survey of the arists participat- cert and oraotorio singer; Nina
ing in the 1932 May tival eveals Hager, contraIto; Frederick Jagel,
the fact tht a t ajoity of them tenor, who has been accredited with
numerous su ce;.s in the La Scala
are either native born or arnda Joh
ed Americans, thus esablishng a Charles Thomas baritone.
record of which few other feva ther arts on tie program who
can boast. Since no atmpt wa Americans either by birth or
made to choose the artists on the i Nelson Eddy,
baitoneany Cha e Barornoo, lead-
basis of natUonality but accordingr in bass of the Chicago Civic Opera
to talent, the fact is all the more company. Baromeo's real name is
remarkable. Ch omeo Sikes and dropped
Cf the artists, Goeta Lnjungb rg. hi last name when studying in
Metropolitan Opera I Italy Gitta Gradova, pianist and
ensationalMI Palmer Christian, organist, are also
ma donna, is Swedish, having come well-known American performers.
:o this country only last January. The conductors, with the excep-
Beniamino Gigli is the second for- tion of Holst, also are all Ameri-
ign artisthavin. bee in this cans, including Frederick Stock,
3 whosecured his papers a dozen
country for the peasttwelve years. years ago; Eric Delamarter, who
The other strictly foreign artst on was born in Michigan as was also
the Festival schodule is Cu iav Earl V. Moare; and Juva Higbee, a
c o 1s t, distinguished coducto - -ative of New York.
composer, who comes to America An additional American flavor
from London. will be lent to the Festival by rea-
Listed among native bo::n or a- ,on of the production of "The Leg-
uralized American citizens a r e nd of the Invisible City of Kitesh,"
Juliette Lippe, distinguished Amer- which has been translated into Eng-
ican Operatic star, who has achiev~ :ish and which will be the Ameri-
ed success abroad as well as in the can premiere for this particular
United States; Ruth Rodgers, con~ piece.
New Carey Law Text
Will Go on Sale SoonA
The finst law text book to cover TK A
completely the subject of the ad- ESSON IN
ministration of deibtors' estates has
been written by Prof. Homer F.
Carey of the law school in collabe-
ation with Prof. Thomas Bilhig of
West Virginia university and will
be put on sale within a few weeks.
Professor Carey has made a com-
plete study during the past year o
the various methods by which un-
der our law the entire estate of an
insolvent debtor may be ditributd
among his ereditors. This volume,
which is being put out by Callaghan
and Company, cont ins . (iscussion
of the three systems by zhteh tieb-
tors' estates may be rlri&'If
F OUNTAIN P E NS Ihr

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rushing until 12 o'clock noon on the
following Monday shall be a period
of silence during; which there shall
be no u-act between the member
of a f rnity and a rushee.
7. Any pledge attaining 11 hours
and 14 honor points in his first se-
mester of residence shall be eligible
for initiation during the next se-
mester.
8. Any pledge not attaining at
least 11 hours and 11 honor points
shall be automatically depledged
and not allowed to be pledged again
to any fraternity until he has at-
tained at least 26 hours and a mini-
mum of 26 honor points, and if he
has more than 26 hours he shall
have an equal number of honor
points as hours.
9. Any pledge not eligible for ini-
tiation at the -end of the first se-
mester shall be eligible when 'he
shall have attained at least 26
hours and an equal or a greater
number of honor points than hours.
10. The above provisions shall ap-
ply to all entering students, both
freshmen and upperclassmen.
11. The judiciary committee of
the Interfraternity Council shall be
empowered to take disciplinary ac-
tion as prescribed in the constitu-
tion, upon presentation of an in-

.dictment by any one of
honor societies,1
Druids, Sphinx, or Tri
indictments shall give
violation on the part of
ual fraternity.
Following a discussi
floor it was also decid
rushee who receives a
fraternity and who do
in a preference shall
to pledge until the begi
second semester.
Daily Official
(Continued fromt
the speaker at a lunc
sored by the Graduat
Club, at 1:15, Saturday
the Michigan League.
Pegasus: Tryout and
horse show Saturday.1
League at 10 a.m. Bel
Cosmopolitan Club n
day, May 7, at 8 p.m.
Prof. Koella will lectu
mopolitanism" and Mrs
sing in various tong
business meeting and
officers will follow. M 1
urged to bring their
cards. Dance after t
meeting and social h

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aheon, spon-'
e Education
y, May 7, at
practice for}
Meet in the!
prompt.
Meets Satur-
, Lane Hall.
re on "Cos-
s. Koella will
ues. Annual
election of
Jembers are
membership
he business
our and re-'

freshments, with a nominal admis-
sicn charge to non-members.
Lutht.aran Students: The Lutheran
Student club will meet at Zion
Parish Hall Sunday afternoon from
four to six o'clock. A tea and enter-
tainment will be given in apprecia-
tion of the services rendered by the
ladies of the churches to the club!
for the past year.
ANN ARBOR NURSERY CO.
50%-704 Off List
You cannot afford to buy elsewhere.
Two years free replacement.
See display on lot at 1316
)Packard-Phone 22763

Parker, Sheaf f er, Wate rman,
Conklin, etc., $1.00 and up.
A large and choice assortment
8 ip a
314 S. State St., Ann Arbor.
BROWN - RESS
INVESTMENT{
SECURITIES
.
dminges. Accounts carried
O snservft ', omargins
RIphon. 23271
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have always been mother's favorite-Butter Creams,
Glorias, Fruits and Nuts, Honey chips and other
favorites. There is a beautiful special box for Mother's
Day. Prices are the lowest in 2 years! Be sure to get
Old Tin.,
Iema Made Candies

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