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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

Opera's 'Villain' And Two Of The 'Queens'

CLASSIFIED DIRECTORY

(Continued from Page 1)
elude Dean Joseph A. Bursley, Prof.
Louis A. Strauss, Prof. John L.
Brumm, Prof. Paul A. Leidy, Prof.
Robert A. Campbell, Prof. Herbert A.
Kenyon, Prof. Bruce Donaldson, and
Donal H. Haines. John Bunting,
'36M, is president of the club this
year.
Among alumni who have accepted
invitations are J. Fred Lawton, Waldo
Fellows, Charles Kendrick, James
Dresbach, Carl Gustke, Harlan P.
Cristy, Herbert G. Watkins, Edgar
Bowen, James K. Watkins, Ralph
Gault, and many others.
Authors of the book of "With Ban-
ners Flying" are: Thomas Powers, '34,
William Brownson, '34, Bunting,
Brackley Shaw, '34, Al Newman, '34,
and Art Carstens, '35.
A last minute cast announcement
was made last night to the effect that
John Kowalik will also have a speak-
ing part in addition to his chorus
role.
"Ernst Heinrich Haecke," by Prof.
George "R. LaRue, "Samuel Pierpont
Langley," by Prof. Heber D. Curtis,
and "John Wesley Powell," by Pro-
fessor William H. Hobbs.
Research Club, Junior Research
Club and Woman's Research Club:
The annual commemorative meeting
of the Research Club in which the
Junior Research Club and the Wom-
an's Research Club join, will be held
in the Ballroom of the Michigan
League on Wednesday, April 25 at
3 p.m. The following addresses will
be presented:
"Ernst Heinrich Haeckel," by Pro-
fessor George R. LaRue.
"Samuel Pierpont Langley," by Pro-
fessor Heber D. Curtis.
"John Wesley Powell," by Profes-
sor William H. Hobbs.
Luncheon for Graduate Students
on Wednesday, April 25, at the Rus-
sian Tea Room of the Michigan
League. Cafeteria service. Professor
Samuel T. Dana, Dean of the School
of Forestry and Conservation, and
Director of the Bureau of Forest Re-
search and Forest Extension, will
speak informally on "Conservation
Under the New Deal."
Adelphi House of Representatives:
Regular meeting Wednesday at 7:30
p.m. in the Adelphi Room, fourth
floor of Angell Hall. The Bill before
the House is, Resolved: "That the
Federa Government Should Provide
for a 100% Payoff to the Depositors of
Closed Banks."
Sigma Rho Tau: Regular meeting
next Wednesday in the Union at
7:45. Debate with Alpha Nu on ques-
tion, "Resolved: That military train-
ing in American colleges and univer-
sities tends to promote war.
Delta Sigma Rho: Annual banquet
will be held in the Michigan Union,
Saturday, April 28, at 6:30 p.m. The
National President, Prof. Henry L.
Ewbank of the University of Wis-
consin, will attend. All Delta Sigma
Rho men, whether affiliated with this
or any other chapter, are invited to
make reservations with Sam Travis,
Tel. 9553.
Freshman Girls Glee Club will meet
on Wednesday, 7:00 p.m., and Sunday
at 4:30 p.m.
Junior A.A.U.W. Book and Drama
Sections: There will be a joint meet-
ig of the book and drama sections
at the Michigan Union Wednesday,
April 25, at 8 o'clock in Room 318,
320, 3rd floor. Prof. J. Raleigh Nel-
son will review "Anthony Adverse."
INSTRUCTIONS
Every form of dancing.
Open 10 to 10. Terrace

Garden Studio. Wuerth
Theatre Bldg. Ph. 9695

With the shadows presaging dark dohigs ahead, J. Gordon Mc-
Donald, '35, the trouble threat of the Union Opera, is seen pausing with
his two lady friends - Lewis Brady, '35, the chaperone, and Frank
Brennan, '36, Salvation Nell.

(J. Of I Aroused By
A ssociation's Ruling
DETROIT, April 23. - VIP) - The
president and th eathletic director of
University of Detroit today joined in
upholding the institution's standards
and disputing the action of the North
Central Association, which Friday
dropped the university from its list of
accredited schools.
"Three grounds for action have
been cited by the North Central As-
sociation in dropping the University
of Detroit from its membership," said
Fr. Albert H. Poetker, S. J.. president
of the university. He said these
grounds were the athletic situation,
academic standards and finances
"We find no justification for the
first, little for the second, and more,
though not much, for the third."
Next Issue
In1tlnd eview
On Sale May 15
Second Issue Is Assured By
Financial Success Of The
First, Editor Says
The second issue of the Inland Re-
view, campus literary quarterly, will
appear for sale May 15, according to
an announcement made by Arthur M.
Coon, Grad., editor.
The. publication of this issue has'
been assured, Coon said, by the fi-
nancial success of the first issue. The
entire degree of permanency of the
magazine depended upon how the
campus received the first issue, he
stated.
Manuscripts, which must be limited
to 2,000 words, will be accepted by the
editor up until the deadline of April
30. They should be written along the
general lines of those contained in
the last issue, although the subjects
are not definitely limited. All manu-
scripts should be accompanied by
self-addressed envelopes and return
postage and should be sent to either
1024 Hill St., or to the English de-
partment office, 3221 Angell Hall.
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suits. Will pay 3. 4, 5, 6 and 7 dol-
lars. Phone Ann Arbor 4306. Clli-
cago Buyers. Temporary office, 200
North Main. 5x
Rare Arctic Animal
MountedBy Wood
James Wood, taxidermist for the
University Museums, has just fin-
ished mounting a rare Arctic animal,
the musk-ox, for the Bowling Green
(Ky.) State College.
This musk-ox, which was taken
on an arctic expedition, weighed more
than 200 pounds and was one third
grown. Mr. Wood said the musk-ox
is rarely found in this section, even
in Museums, although the Toledo,
Museums had two at one time, one of
which is now dead.
The dead musk-ox of the Toledo
Museum has also been sent to Mr.
Wood for mounting and may be seen
about May 15 at the Sculpture Taxi-
dermy Studios on William St.

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rga Recital Will.
Mary Ann Mathewson, organist,
from Richmond, Va., will present the
third of the series of spring gradua-
tion organ recitals by students of
Prof. Palmer Christian, at 4:15 p.m.
today in Hill Auditorium. The general
'public, with the excception of small
hildren, is invited to the program.
Miss Mathewson's program is made
up of nine numbers, including two
Bach fugues and two Karg-Elert
pieces. Also in her program is the
suite "A Chinese Garden," by Eric
DeLamarter, the score of which is in
manuscript form. Mr. DeLamarter
will appear in Ann Arbor as assistant
conductor of the Chicago symphony
Orchestra during the May Festival.
DEAN BATES TO SPEAK
Dean Henry M. Bates of the Law
,School will address undergraduates
interested in the legal profession at
4:15 p.m. today in Natural Science
Auditorium.
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Passage
state
Urged

Of Measure For
1ubic Woks s
By Reifin

Michigan's bond issue to finance
public works was supported in a
statement issued yesterday by Harry
A. Reifin, secretary of the Ann Ar-
bor Trades and Labor Council.
His statement follows:
"I want to call the attention of the
people of Washtenaw County to the
necessity of working and voting for
the passage of the 38-million-dollar
bond issue on April 30. The passage
of this legislation will not only be
the means of securing employment
for all available unemployed people in
Washtenaw County, but will assure
the taxpayers of getting something
for the money which is spent.
"When it is -realized that we must
feed these people whether they work
or not, certainly our common sense
and good judgment will dictate that
it is much better to create employ-
ment than to give out a dole which
will merely allow a subsistence living.
The increased business to local mer-
chants during the CWA program em-
phatically proved that we must create
buying power among the workers,
who number more than 85 per cent of
our population, before we can expect
to bring back prosperity. Remember
also, that 30 per cent of this money
will be paid by the United States
government in a direct grant to the
State.
"For the good of all citizens of the
community; workters, business men,
and merchants alike, I want to urge
every voter to work and vote for the
passage of this 38 million dollar re-
employment program on April 30."
(Signed) Harry A. Reifin.

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