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Chicago's New Mayor Plunges Into His Work

lWolverines Meet Detroit Club
In Tcinis Opeiei Satirday

The Michigan tennis team will run
into its first competition of the year
this Saturday when it meets the De-
troit Tennis Club at Detroit.
Although the Wolverine squad suf-
fered a great loss by the graduation
of most of last year's Varsity men.
Captain Richard Snell being the only
one to return to the present lineup,
Coach John Johnstone optimistically
looks forward to a successful season.
The squad, at present, is well-bal-
anced and one of the most promising
Michigan has had in the early part
of the season for the past several
years. In the starting practice ses-
sions, chances for a good season
seemed bad, but, with the blossoming
forth of two newcomers, Seymour,
Siegel and John Lederle, and the

vast improvement, of the rest of
the squad, dlL these doubts appear
Siegel, a sophomore, at the close of
'ihe indoor season. stance as the
number one man of the squad. In his
freshnman year. he was the best on
the first year squad and also held
the nmber ore rank in wes ern
Michigan. He hd all the earm ark of
a corner and seemed to have a berth
on this year's Varsity cinched. How-
ever, in the early practices, he ran
into a slump and met some hard go-
ing. But. after he had regained his
form, he started to play sensational
tennis, and. by the finish of the in-
door season, rose from number 13
man to the highest position on the


-Associated Press Photos
Mayor Edward J. Kelly (center) of Chicago, named by the City
Council to fill out the unexpired term of the late Anton J. Cermak, is
shown surrounded by associates as he shouldered the burden of solving
Chicago's financial difliculties.
Ned Turner Has MIade Enviable
Record As olverie Half -Miler

the Alumni Association, will be pres- By CHARLES A. BARD
ent. Members of the Monroe Club Edwin T. Turner, Olympic track
of the Alumni Council are also in- star, is about to begn his fourth and
last track season for Michigan. The
21-year old Casper, 'iWyo., half-miler
Chemists Publish Text has made a name for himself in Wol-
On Qualitative Analysis verine track annals and his spring
activities will be watched with in-
After five years of work, Professors terest.
Roy K. McAlpine and Byron A. Soule, Since his advent in Michigan
both of the chemistry department, cinder circles in 1930, Ned has made
have published a textbook for use in an enviable record for himself. He
qualitative analysis. The book, en- has been an outstanding star on the
titled "Qualitative Chemical Analy- team for the last three years and is
sis" is being published by the Van undoubtedly the best 880 man Coach
Nostrand Co. It contains descriptive Charlie Hoyt has ever turned out.
passages concerning the elements in Freshman Record Breaker
addition to the complete qualitative Running on the freshman squad in
reactions of the more common ele- 1929-30 the Wyoming flash was
ments. hailed as a comer. Already he was
Gargoyle Business Staff: Meeting of the upper and lower staffs at 4:00
Tryouts are not required to be present.
Gargoyle Editorial Staff: Meeting of the entire staff at 4:00. Anyone
desirous of trying ot for the staff is requested to be present.
Swimming and Diving exhibition by Varsity swimmers in the Union
pool at 8 p. m. No admission charge.
Lutheran Students: The South-Michigan Pastoral Conference of the
Missouri Synod will convene Wednesday and Thursday of this week at St.
Paul's Lutheran church, Third and West Liberty. A special conference serv-
ice has been arranged for Wednesday evening at 7:30 p. m. in which Lu-
theran students in particular will be interested. The Reverend John M.
Hieber of Fenton will be the speaker. About six ministers will be expected.
Music Section, Faculty Women's Club: Meets at home of Mrs. B. F.
Bailey, 1019 Baldwin Ave. today. A program of American music will be
presented under the direction of Miss Louise Cuyler. Please call Mrs. John-
stone, 23779, if attending.
Observatory Journal Club will meet at 4:15 Thursday afternoon, April
20, in the Observatory lecture room. Mr. C. H. Cleminshaw will review the
article "Nebulous Objects in Messier 31" by Edwin Hubble. Tea will be
served at 3:45.
Applied Mechanics Colloquium will meet Thursdgyvpril 20, at 7:30
p. in. in Room 445 West Engineering Building. Papers will be given by Mr.
Guy L. Verse-"The Elastic Properties of Steel at High Temperatures," and
Mr. James Jamieson-"An Investigation Relating to the Plastic Flow of
Lead." All interested are cordially invited to attend.
All-Campus Open Forum: The Student Christian Assciation presents
Prof. Bennett Weaver, Professor of English, who will discuss "Does Modern
Youth Need a New Culture?" Thursday, April 20, at 4:15 p, m. in Room
1025 Angell Hall.
National Association of Cost Accountants, Detroit (>1apter: A visit
to the Plymouth plant and a dinner
at the Chrysler plant will precede an 'I
address by L. A. Moehring, Comp-
troller of the Chrysler Corporation,
to be given at the Chrysler plant at
8 p. in., Thursday, April 20. Mr.
Moehring's subject will be "The
Comptroller's Responsibilities a n d
Opportunities." Visitors will be wel-
come at all features of this meeting.
Delta Epsilon Pi: Regular meeting ° s
Friday, April 21, 8 p. m., Michigan
Union. Installation of Officers.
Polonia Literary Cercle will meet
tomorrow at 7:30 p. in., Michigan t
League. All members are urged to be Of e great liners
present. Social hour to follow.
Theosophical Society: Mrs. Elsie to E UP
Pearson will speak on the "Magic of
the Mind" at 8:00 p. m. in the Mich- Modern-as modern as tomorrow's news.
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faster than any Varsity half-miler
and was breaking records right and
left. He ran with a form, which, al-
Shough it lacked polish, got him
places in a hurry.
He has run on a championship
team every year of his college ca-
reer. As a sophomore he stepped into
the spotlight as a member of Mich-
igan's Big Ten indoor championship
team. In 1932 he was again instru-
mental in the Wolverine victory in
the outdoor championship. Charley
Hornbostel barely edged him out in
the middle distance event.
The Olympic games of 1932 saw
Turner really come into his own.
After qualifying behind Hornbostel
at Palo Alto, he turned the tables
to finish ahead of his Hoosier rival
at Los Angeles. He ran in the race
which Lord Hampson of Great Brit-
ain won in the world record time of
1:49.8. Turner, the second American
to finish, also beat the old record
with a phenomenal time of 1:50.8.
Since the Olympic games, Turner
has become the most travelled ath-
lete at Michigan. He has been flocked
with offers to run in several meets
of national prominence. Last Febru-
ary he won the middle-distance race
at the Milrose games against a host
of prominent runners.
Practiced During Holidays
In his tour of Canada last winter,
he ran in the Highlanders and Ca-
nadian A. A. U.'s against such men
as Cunningham and Edwards. He
was in the East during the Easter
holidays practicing at Cornell and
other eastern colleges.
Inasmuch as Hornbostel edged out
a victory in the Conference indoor
meet at Chicago, Turner has his eye
on the coming outdoor season as his
last opportunity for revenge. Mich-
igan will be defending the Big Ten
title, and the half-mile event may be
the deciding factor in this year's

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