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April 02, 1935 - Image 6

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The Michigan Daily, 1935-04-02

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T MI HI A DAILY

TUESDAY, APRIL 2, ;

THE MICHIGAN DAILY TUESDAY, APRIL 2,

Nine Are Hurt Angell, Universi
In Accidents Sculptor, Exii
On Week-End Statues In D
Carleton W. Angell, Unive
Funeral Of Archie Moore, ist and noted sculptor,hasge
two statutes at the Michiga;
Golden Gloves Boxer, To andGarden Exhibition, now
Be Held Toda in Convention Hall, Detroit
e l T y announced yesterday.
Nine people were injured and one The first of the two sta
killed in accidents occurring near fountain, is called "The Ugl
Ann Arbor over the week-end. ling. It is situated in the c
Archie Moore, Golden Gloves boxing the Michigan Horticulture
champion was killed Saturday after- show garden. About five
noon when he was pinned beneath height the statue has me
his automobile after it crashed with around it, from two to twelv
another car on Packard St. near the in diameter, depicting the
Stone School house. He will be buried Hans Christian Andersen's
today with military honors from Co. fairy tale. Fishes are arot
K, local unit of the Michigan Na- bottom of the fountain encir
tional Guard, of which he was a mem- imaginary pool. The figure
ber. in green plaster, and would,
Nelson Terry, who was riding with gell said, cost about $1,000
Moore at the time of the accident, terra cota form.
was released from the hospital yester- The second statue, also a f
day. Herman Kauska, driver of the consists of three grotesque g
car which collided with Moore, and and a little winged cherub arc
Sam Hutchinson, both of Platt, were part from which water is s
released Sunday after treatment for to spout. This one is moder
minor cuts and bruises. Another oc- its sharp design, and is situ
cupant of the car, Thomas MacFad- the heart of the formal gars
zean, was still in the hospital late play of Henry Forester, not
last night with an injury to his eye. scape designer. In the ter
An inquest will be made into the ac- fmape di n ht r
cident later in the week according gagoryle statue wouldrbe wn
to Coroner Edwin C. Ganzhorng o tween $2,000 and $3,000.
Jack Weiner and Francis Bond,
both of Ann Arbor, were injured early While the statues are prim
Sunday when their car failed to make the garden show for exhibiti
the curve at Washtenaw and the cut- poses, it is possible they may
off. The car crashed into the guard Mr. Angell pointed out. Th
rail posts, cut off two of them, and bition will close Saturday. A
traveled 100 feet before finally stop- to officials, hundreds of perso
ping against a wire fence. Both men day have been inspecting t
were thrown completely out *of the plays.
machine. They were picked up and
taken to the hospital by passing mo-
torists. Weiner is still confined and M i owskiT
Bond was not released until yester-
day. The crash'was blamed on ex-
cessive speed. Speak Here
Two. other Ann Arbor residents,
Dwight Reynolds and Clarence King, L
and Miss Jocelyn Freeman of Frains
Lake were seriously injured Sunday
when Reynolds lost control of his Prof. Bronislaw Malinowsk
car as it traveled over the brow of a University of London will g
steep hill on the.Earhart road east next lecture on the Universi
of Ann Arbor. The car hit a stump ture Series Tuesday, April 16
and overturned. Reynolds And King announced by Dr. Frank E. F
were pinned beneath the machine assistant to the president, wl
while Miss Freeman was thrown out, charge of the series.. Profess
All were termed in critical condition inowski will speak on the
last night. "'Mc Vpnnn i 7.f-4-....Tn ..

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DAILY OFFICIAL
BULLETIN
(Continued from Page 2)
ing. Students, alumni, and faculty
members of the University are cor-
dially invited to attend.
Tea for Graduate Students in
Mathmatics, at 4 p.m., Room 3001,
Angell Hall.
Faculty Members and Student
Body: For the benefit of the Univer-
sity of Michigan Fresh Air Camp the
S.C.A. is sponsoring the "All-Campus
Jamboree" at 8 p.m., Hill Auditorium.
The purpose of the camp is to pro-
vide 350 underprivileged Ann Arbor
and Detroit boys several weeks of
real experience in cooperation and
fellowship. In the words of President
Ruthven, "It is my opinion that the
camp turns young lives in the direc-
tion of physical, mental, and spiritual
health." Tickets will be on sale at
local bookstores and at the door this
evening.
Saint Andrew's Church: Celebra-
tion of Holy Communion at 10 a.m.
today.
Harris Hall: Study class on creeds
at 2 p.m. today, conducted by the
Rev. Henry Lewis.

Ford's River Rouge Plant and to thea
Detroit City Waterworks will take
place Thursday, April 4. Cars will
leave the Union at 8 a.m. Members
and civil engineering students must
sign up before Wednesday afternoon.
Cercle Francais: Meeting Wednes-
day. April 3, in Room 408 R.L. Miss
Dorothy Berman will have charge of
the program, which will begin at 8
o'clock. There will be a short skit,
and Miss Helen Wilson will sing.
Sophomore Engineers: Class meet-
ing Wednesday, April 3, 7:30, Room
348, W. Eng. Bldg. The jacket com-
mittee will report.
Phi Sigma meeting Wednesday,
April 3, 8 p.m., Room 2116 N.S. Er-
nest L. Miner will give an illustrated
talk on "Some Fossil Plants Remains
and Their Identification." This is an
open meeting and each member is
responsible for a guest. Refresh-
ments.
Phi Tau Alpha, societas honorifica
Latina Graecaque, die Mercurii,
Aprilis teritio, hora usitata, in hos-
pitium Mulierum Michiganension
conveniet. Disputatio tertia de lit-
teris Latinis medii aevi a comitibus
Beauty lines! Every bot-
tie of Higgins' American
Drawing Ink is full of them
-fre-flowing, brilliant,
precise and colorful-try
a set. 16 Waterproof
Colors, Waterproof and
General Blacks.
CHAS. M. HIGGINS a CO., Inc.
271 Ninth St. Brooklyn, N. Y..
American
DRAWING INKS
ANN ARBOR
HEADQUARTERS for All
HIGGINS INKS and
SUPPLI ES
ULRIC H'S
Opposite Engineering Arch

quibusdam societatis producetur, qui
artem poeticam explicabunt.
S.C.A. Lecture Committee: Meet-
ing postponed until Monday, April
15, because of the "Jamboree."
Luncheon for Graduate Students:
Wednesday, April 3, the Russian Tea
Room, Michigan League Building.
Cafeteria service. Dr. Randolph G.

Adams, Director of the William L. Transportation free; a small fee will
I Clements Library of American His- be charged for your amount. Those
tory, will speak informally on "Hob- interested are asked to telephone Bet-
bies" ty Greve, 6654, by this evening.
Crop and Saddle Riding Club: Try- Harris Hall: Class in Church His-
outs for experienced riders wishing tory, "The Erroneous Doctrine of
to become members of this organiza- Original Sin" will be the topic for
tion will be held on Wednesday, discussion this Wednesday at 7:15
April 3, at the Fairgrounds. Meet p.m. The group is led by the Rev.
at Barbour Gymnasium at 3:30. Henry Lewis.

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Tuesday Afternoon Play Reading
Section, Faculty Women's Club: The
meeting will be held at 2:15 p.m., in
the Alumnae Room, Michigan League.
Coming Events
-A.I.Ch.E. meeting Wednesday, April
3, Room 1042, 7:30 p.m. Speaker-
Harvey M. Merker, superintendent of
manufacturing, Parke, Davis & Co.
Topic -"Some Business Fundamen-
tals for the Chemical Engineer Mov-
ies."
Dance Club: The following is a
schedule of rehearsals for the dance
program in addition to those during
class periods. Campus satire, Tues.,
4:15, Sat., 11; dance of greeting,
Tues., 4:45, Thurs., 4:30; fire dance,
Tues. and Thurs., 5; satie, Wed., 7:30,
Thurs., 9:00; dynamics and focus,
Wed., 8:00; stations, Wed., 9:00,
Thurs., 4:15; Sat., 10:30; religious
cycle, Wed., 4:00; Thurs., 7:30; bal-
ance, Tues., 8:00, Wed., 4:45, Thurs.,
8:30; .mixed rhythms, Tues., 8:30;
Frere Jacques, Tues., 8:30; and Bar-
toks (three) Wed., 5:00, Friday, 4:00,
Sat. 10:00.
A-S.C.E.- The inspection trip to
cago, Columbia, Yale, and Northwest-
ern.
The lecture will take place at 4:15
p.m. in the Natural Science Auditor-
ium, and will be open to the general
public.

SADLER TO SPEAK
The next lecture scheduled on the
vocational guidance series will be
given Thursday, April 18, by Dean
Herbert C. Sadler of the College of
Engineering, it was announced by the
office of Dean Edward H. Kraus of the
Literary College, who has arranged
the series.
Because of examinations and the
approaching vacations, no lectures
have been scheduled on the series this

ne conomIC o VIve int ne e-
velopment of Civilization."
Educated at the Polish University
of Cracow, Professor Malinowski has
been connected with the University
of London from 1910 on, and has
done much field work in connection
with anthropological topics in Aus-
tralia and Melanesia.
He has lectured in the United States
previously, at the University of Cali-
fornia in 1926, and at Cornell for the
Messenger Lectures in 1933, and has
also spoken at the University of Chi-

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