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-Associated Press Photo
Bayonets flashed and tear gas bombs exploded as deputized Nat-- Guardsmen resorted to military
tactics in efforts to break up crowds of pickets in Wisconsin's milk strike. The picture shows a tear gas
barrage laid down as deputies stopped pickets from seizing milk trucks ncir Shawano.
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At Wittenberg University three
blonde co-eds tangled with three
dark haired, lasses on the subject
that brunettes were more intelligent
than blondes. The brunettes defeat-
ed the lighter-haired girls and so
won their point. The question of
how the artificial blonde ranks is
still open for discussion.
service. Professor James K. Pollock,
xamination schedules posted in R. o. of the Political Science Department,
will speak informally on "Present
Conditions in Germany."
set up on Palmer Field on Sunday
and ome wh wih t shot.Men Triangles meets Sunday, May 21,
and women who wish to shoot. Men at 5 p. in., Michigan Union. All mem-
ramural Building. bers, new and old are requested to
e planning to take their Examiner's
nti at 7 o'clock on Monday, Tuesday Graduate Outing Club: Meet at 3
>ur Gymnasium at 6:30; transporta- Sunday at W.A.A. building for short
Eorse Show will be held on Monday, All members of Phi Sigma on cam-
>se desiring transportation from Bar- pus, whether of Beta or of any other
ked to call one of the following offi- chapter, are cordially invited to a-
oulter, 4718; Betty Lyons, 3718; Hilda tend the Spring Initiation Banquet
to be held at the Michigan Union,
n, 2-2807. Thursday, May 25, at 6:30 p. m.
Tickets are seventy-five cents. Reser-
NOTICES vations may be made by calling Jean
the students who signed up for the Davidson at 7485, or at 4009 Natural
efore Thursday, May 18, please call Science Building, any time up to
r or Monday. Thursday noon.
Varsity Glee Club: Important re-
II, and III report at the Automotive hearsal Sunday afternoon, 2:30, Un-
nd 24 respectively, prepared to spend ion. Cars will leave Union at 5:15
can run the test with a section other p. m. Monday for Fowlerville.
Icr if you intend to leave your section
Final Contest in the Reading of
Poetry will be held on Tuesday eve-
An examination to test the knowl- ing, May 23, at 8:00 in the Labora-
ee of Ph.D. will be offered to candi- tory Theatre. This program is free
v, on Saturday morning, May 27, in to the public. The following will take
ates should register at least one week part: Agnes L. Anderson, '34, Lester
artment of Romance Languages, 112 L. Griffith, '35, Mary Helen McIntosh,
0. '34, R. Curtis Bedell, '33, Wm. A.
o candidates in the departments of Dickert, '33, Doris L. Smith, '33.
odern Languages and Literature, His-
cience, Philosophy, Education. Hindustan Club: Regular meeting,
Sunday, May 21, at Lane Hall, 2:30
n: The Various types of subject mat- p. in.
>y the School of Education before the
lected will be held on Saturday, May Wesley Hall: Prof. Carl Dahlstrom
in the Auditorium of the University will speak at the Student Guild at
6:00 p. in. on Sunday, on "Personal
C. O. Davis, Secretary Values." Social Hour at 7 p: m. The
Oriental-American Group at 3:30
nination in Education: This examin- p. in., will discuss "Education in
i of the University High School on Korea" led by H. M. Kim.
'candidate for the Teacher's Certifi-
except graduate students who already First Methodist Church: Dr. Fisher
such a degree this June. The material will preach at 10:45 a. m. Sunday on
ill embrace the work of all the re- "Beshazzar's' Feast."
Al, A25, D100, and the special meth-
outlines for the several curricula. Harris Hall: Professor Max S.
C. O. Davis, Secretary Handman of the Economics Depart-
ment will speak at the Hall tomor-
ERTS row evening at 7 o'clock on "Life in
ert- Economics." Supper will be served
ianists, soloists; Chicago Symphony
....t. d'Albert . Andrew's Church: Service of
.. ........worship Sunday are: 8:00 a. m. The
. .Sibelius Holy Communion, 9:30 a. m. Church
Pianos and Strings ............Bach School, 11:00 a. m. Kindergarten,
I Lee Pattison 11:00 a. m. Morning Prayer and Ser-
tn Country Dances) Op. 30 ... Powell mon by the Reverend Edward M.
s and orchestra ............ Sowerby Duff.
t-_ Lutheran Student Club: Outdoor
[ount" by Howard Hanson, given by meeting Sunday, at the Island. All
Opera Association, Libretto by Rich- who wish to attend kindly be at the
Trinity Lutheran Church, corner of
Chase Baromeo, bass East William Street and Fifth Ave-
George Galvani, baritone nue not-later than four o'clock. No-
University Choral Union Mice that the meeting place is not
Chicago .ymphony Orchestra Zion Hall but Trinity. Refreshments
Guest Conductor vill be served at a nominal cost.
ITION Presbyterian Student Appointments
of Fine Arts: The fourth annual ex- -Sunday:
the direction of Professor Fairbanks, 9:30 -Morning Classes at the
jeague Building. Open to the public Church House.
10:0-Morning Worship. Theme,
________"The Lord's Song."
TODAY 5:30-Social Hour and Supper.
t in the program at the hospital will 6:30-Student Forum. Subject, "Is
ata2:45ap.2: i. there to be Destitution in Ann Ar-
ague bor?" Lead by Citizens on the Wel-
ensus" showing how the vast amount Hillel Foundation announces its
sus is tabulated by means of electric last service of the year to be held
i the Natural Science Auditorium on Sunday morning at the League chap-
nterested is invited to attend. el. Dr. Bernard Hellel will speak on
ay 22, at 7:30 p. m. in 202 S.W. Mr. tion."
Sond, Michigan' s First grid
Hero, Returns Here For Visit
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form of art," he insists. "Very few.
laymen speak their language. They
know that I understand what they're
trying to do. And I am very proud
that I can claim friendship with so
many of the artists of the trapeze
Mr. Pond reached his seventy-sixth
birthday recently, and one of his
most prized -possessions is a telegram
from the Clarke-Hanneford team, one
of the greatest acrobatic teams of
today, I got that telegram within a
few hours of the notice of my admis-
sion into the Royal Institute in Lon-
don, and I value the greeting more
than I do the honorary society invi-
uation. There are 12 Americans who
are corresponding members of that'
institute, but there is no one else
who could lay claim to such a tele-
gram. This is what the wire said:
'On this, your seventy-sixth birthday,
we wish you a continuance of the
health and vigor that enables you to
sommersault as well as ourselves.
May your backs never get lower and
your forwards always be well-
This architect-acrobat celebrated
his birthday with a work-out in a
Chicago gymnasium (his home is in
Chicago). There he did back flips,
13 back somersaults and five forward,
handsprings, astounding the men
who were present-wrestlers weigh-
ing in for the national wrestling con-
tests being held at the time.
One of the stories told about him
is of the forty-fifth reunion of the
,class of '79. At the ceremonies in
Hill Auditorium tumbling mats and
a springboard were put out on the
stage, and Mr. Pond went through
his whole repertoire, which is ex-
tensive, for the entertainment of his
classmates and other alumni.
"I learned most of my tricks when
I was a boy in Ann Arbor, spending
whole days in the tents when the cir-
cus came to town, watching profes-
sionals do their feats and then I
went home and practiced them, in
my amateurish way, in the back
yard." The old Pond home, with the
Judge Cooley residence, was on the
John Wayne, "HAUNTED GOLD"
Sunday and Monday
Clara Bow, "CALL HER SAVAGE"
spot where the Union is now. "One
of the feats I am most proud of was
standing on my head on the top of
the dome of University Hall, where
workmen had left it on the ground
before lifting it. An old woman saw
me and told my mother, but I was
down before she saw me," he chuck-
It is an interesting note that the STUDENT
northwest bedroom on the fourth careful
floor of the Union is exactly over' 3006.
the site of the Pond bedroom. It is
filled with furniture from that room, LAUNDRY
the settee and the pictures in exactly Towels f
the same positions .as in the old res-
Robert Woodhains Wils If inte
Project Speech Coitesi 1 sharing
Robert E. Woodhams, '34E, won Grand F
the Project Speaking Contest held HAVE-Y
recently, it has been announced. He I at Franc
spoke on "Arc-welding in Structural sity. He
Engineering." Second place was tion.
taken by R. L. Price, '33E, who spoke
on "The Engineer in Public Life."
Eric Walton, Grad., was third with
the subject "The Hudson Bay Gulf You
Stream Land Project."
Plaques are awarded to the win- HOLI
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