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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

THURSDAY, MAY 16, 1935

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DAILY OFFICIAL BULLETIN
Is Ve Eunetta Is. eOnstruetive notice to all memberu cE th
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THURSDAY, MAY 16, 1935
VOL. XLV No. 165

Cot. Lawrence Clinging
To Life After Accident
WOOL, Dorsetshire, England, May'
15-(RP)- In a trance-like state, Col.
T. $. Lawrence clung to life today,
still unconscious at 10 p.m., 58 hours
after his skull was fractured in a
cycling accident.
A staff of Britain's leading brain
specialists, including Maj.-Gen. J. W.
West, honorary surgeon to the King,
worked over the broken body of
"Lawrence of Arabia," at Camp Bov-
ington Military Hospital.
The specialists announced that
Lawrence's "condition is unchanged
but the outlook is a little brighter."
They agreed that the crisis is to be
expected within 24 hours.
Among the visitors was Mrs. Thom-
as Hardy, widow of the novelist, who
is a friend and nearest neighbor of
Lawrence.I
Dr. H. W. B. Cairns, London brain
specialist, examined the patient for
a half hour earlier in the day, after
which his condition was announced
as "unchanged."
A. W. Lawrence, a brother, who is
a reader in archaeology at Cambridge,
arrived from Spain.
France And Russia Push
Pact Of Non-Aggression
MOSCOW, May 15 -()- France
and Russia pooled their strength to-
night to bring aloof Germany and
Poland into a general pact of non-
aggression to insure peace in Eastern
Europe.
A joint communique issued at the
close of conversations between Pierre
Laval, French foreign minister, and
Russian leaders which opened Sun-
day, disclosed that both governments
would open diplomatic negotiations
to bring the nations into the pact.
"The conclusion of a mutual as-
sistance pact between the Union of
Socialist S o v i e t Republics and
France," the communique asserted,
"in no sense diminishes their inter-
est in seeking without delay the
realization of a regional pact in East-
ern Europe which would join parties
formerly taken into consideration in
this regard in an agreement based
on non-aggression and after consul-
tation non-assistance to the aggres-
sor."
Hitler Expected To Hurl
Defiance At Mussolini
BERLIN, May 15 -(A)- Adolf Hit-
ler, a past master at turning the
tables, may hurl a violent defiance
to Benito Mussolini in his Reichstag
speech next Tuesday, using Italian
action in north Africa as an example
of Europe's warlike activities which
necessitate German rearmament.
Diplomats said today they antici-
pated Der Fuehrer will seize the op-
portunity in his foreign policy speech
to nominate himself as a great peace
lover singling out British, French
and Italian arms building as indicat-
ing that other powers are traveling
opposite roads.
Diplomats admitted that in view
of Italian persistence in mobilizing
troops in its border dispute with
Ethiopia Hitler has an unusual op-
portunity, to point an accusing finger
at the otfier side.
Peruvian Leader Slain
By Fanatical Assailant
LIMA, Peru, May 15 -()- Anton-
io Miro Quesada, Peruvian press and
political leader, and his wife, the for-
mer Maria Laos, were slain here to-
day.
A young political fanatic shot and
killed the couple as they walked to-
ward the Club Nacional for luncheon.
The killersattempted suicide when
he was arrested.

Police said the assailant was Carlos
Stiers, 19 years old. He shot Miro
Quesada twice in the back and the
publisher fell, bleeding.
Senora Miro Quesada turned and
tried vainly to protect her husband
with her body and two shots struck
her.
Amid tremendous confusion police
arrested Stiers, who asked, as he was
placed into an ambulance "Is he
dead?"

Notices
Notice to Seniors and Graduate
Students: Only six more days remain1
after today for the payment of di-
ploma fees and certificate fees.
There can be absolutely no exten-
sion beyond 4 p.m. on Wednesday,
May 22.
The Cashier's Office is closed on1
Saturday afternoon.
Shirley W. Smith
To The Members of the University
Senate:
At the meeting of the University
Council on May 13 the Council re-
corded the action of the Board of Re-
gents taken at the April meeting of;
the board in which they approved
the recommendations concerning aca-
demic rank and promotion submitted
by the University Council with the
following interpretation of the phrase
"ability as a teacher."
Ability as a teacher includes not
only proficiency in classroom instruc-
tion but also interest and success in
student guidance and activity and
skill in the development and admin-
istration of the teaching program.
The function of 'the teacher as a
guide and counselor properly ex-
tends beyond the walls of the class-
room into every phase of the life of
the student as a member of the Uni-
versity community.
The responsibility of the instructor
as an educator involves the duty of
initiating and improving educational
methods both within and outside his
department.
Louis A. Hopkins,
Secretary, University Council
School of Music Alumni Luncheon:
Nora Crane Hunt, President of the
School of Music Alumni Association,
announces that the Annual Luncheon
for Alumni and former students, will
be held in the Grand Rapids Room
of the Michigan League Building, Sat-
urday, May 18, at 11:30 o'clock. Tick-
ets, including dues, 75 cents. Reser-
vations should be made in advance.
Call Mrs. Paul Kempf, dial 6702.
Bureau of Appointments, Univer-
sity of Michigani: Any senior or grad-
uate students interested in going into
Boy Scout work as an occupation will
please call at the office, 201 Mason
Hall, today, May 16, to arrange for
an interview with a representative
from the New York office. A back-
ground in Boy Scout work is neces-
sary.
Notice: On account of the Open
House in the College of Engineering,
students will be excused from classes
in this college, and engineering sec-
tions in other colleges, on Friday and
Saturday, May 17 and 18.
H. C. Sadler, Dean
Engineering Open House: Will all
men willing to serve as guides report
to the lobby of East Engineering
Building on Friday, May 17, at 9 a.m.
or at 1 p.m. and on Saturday at 9
a.m. 1 p.m..or 7 p.m. We would like
to have your help on as many of
these five shifts as possible.
Seniors: The observance of the
traditional "Cane Day" will be Sun-
day, May 19. On this day seniors
start carrying their canes. They may
carry them to church Sunday morn-
ing or after the "Senior Dinners" on
Sunday. Those who have not al-
ready ordered their canes should do
so immediately at Burr Patterson and
Auld Co., the official distributors for
the Senior Literary Class.
Academic Notices
Meta Processing 4 - Trip to Cadil-
lac Plant. The trip to the Cadillac
Motor Car Company's Plant sched-
uled for Thursday morning, May 16,
has been cancelled.
Metal Processing 4-- Open House
Plan: Sections in Metal Processing
4 are to report to the laboratory for

Open House duties as follows:
Friday, May 17 - Section 2, from
8 to 11 a.m.
Section 3, from 11 to 2 p.m.
Section 1, from 2 to 5 p.m.
Saturday, May 18, Section 3, from
8 to 11 a.m.
Section 1, from 11 to 2 p.m.
Section 2, from 2 to 5 p.m.

Classes will be excused as follows:
Section 1, Monday, May 20, labora-
tory 2 to 5 p.m., but report for lecture
at 1 p.m.
Section 2, Thursday, May 16, lec-
ture and laboratory 8 to 12 a.m.
Tuesday. May 21, laboratory 9 to
12 a.m.,but report for lecture at 10
a.m.
Section 3, Wednesday, May 22, lab-
oratory 2 to 5 p.m., but report for
lecture at 1 p.m.
Please report any conflicts for this
Open House work to A. F. Parker.
Concert
MAY FESTIVAL CONCERTS:
May Festival concerts will take
place as follows:
Second Concert, Thursday, May 16,
8:15 o'clock:
"King David," a symphonic Psalm in
Three Parts.
After a Drama by Rene
Morax ................ Honegger
For soprano, alto, tenor soli, nar-
rator, chorus, orchestra, organ, and
piano.
Miss Hayden, Miss Leonard, Mr.
Althouse, Mr. Leyssac and the Uni-
versity Choral Union.
FIRST PART
Introduction
The Song of David, Contralto
Psalm: "All praise to Him," Chorus
Song of Victory, Chorus
March
"In the Lord I put my faith," Tenor
Song of the Prophets, Male Chorus
"0! had I wings" Soprano
Song of the Prophets, Male Chorus
Psalm: "Pity me, Lord," Tenor
Saul's Camp
"God the Lord shall be my light,"
Chorus
Incantation of the Witch of Endor{
March of the Philistines
Lament of Gilboa, Soprano, Contralto,
and Women's Chorus
SECOND PART
Songs of the Daughters of Israel, So-
prano, and Women's Chorus
Dance before the Ark, Soli and
Chorus
THIRD PART
Song: "Now my voice," Chorus
Psalm of Penitence, Chorus
"Behold, in evil I was born," Chorus
"Oh, shall I raise my eyes?" Tenor
March of the Hebrews
"Thee will I love, O Lord," Chorus
The Crowning of Solomon
The Death of David, Soprano and

Andante con variazioni
Scherzor
Romanzaf
Rondo
Aria, "When thou by Heaven's r
grace" ("LaJuive") .....Halevy e
Mr. Martinelli
Fantasy, "Circus Day," Op. 18, Taylor
Street Parader
Bareback Riders
Trained Animals:
The Lion Cage
The Waltzing Elephants
Tight-Rope Walker1
Juggler
Clowns
Finale
Aria, "Un di all' azzuro spazio"
("Andrea Chenier") .. . .Giordano1
Mr. Martinelli
Mabel Ross Rhead, piano accompanist
Frederick Stock, conductor.
Fifth Concert, Saturday, May 18,
2:30 o'clock:
Tableau Musical, "Baba Yaga,"
Op. 56.................Liadow!
Symphony After Byron's "Man-
fred," B minor, Op 58, Tchaikowsky
Manfred Wandering in the Alps
The Fairy of the Alps1
Pastorale
The Underground Palace of
Arimanes
Concerto in F minor for Piano and
Orchestra, Op. 21, No. 2.. . .Chopin
Maestoso
Larghetto
Allegro vivace
Josef Lhevinne
Frederick Stock, conductor.
Sixth Concert, Saturday, May 18,
8:15 o'clock:
"Boris Godu.nof" (Original
Version) ............ Moussorgsky
An opera in a Prologue of Four Acts
Period, 1598-1605; Locale, Russia
and Poland
THE CAST
Boris Godunof, The Tsar.......
.................Maxim Panteleieff
Feodor, his son .........Hope Eddy
Xenia, his daughter.... Dorothy Park
Prince Vassili Ivanovich Shuisky,
his adviser and
accomplice.......Paul Althouse
Andrei Schelkalof, Secretary
of the Council ......Wilbur Evans
Pimen, a monk and
chronicler ........ Theodore Webb
The Pretender, a novice in
Pimen's care....... Paul Althouse
Marina Mnishek, daughter of the
Lord of Sandomir . .Myrtle Leonard
Rangoni, a Jesuit
priest...........Theodore Webb
Varlaam, a vagabond ..Wilbur Evans
Missail, a vagabond .......Mark Bills
Nikitich, a police
officer ............ Wilbur Evans
Mitiukha, a peasant . . .Wilbur Evans
The Boyar in Attend-
ance .............. Wilbur Evans
Lavitsky, a Jesuit .......Mark Bills
Chernikofsky, a Jesuit ...Mark Bills
Boyars, Guards, Officers, Polish
Noblemen and Ladies, Sando-
mir Girls, the Muscovite People
etc. ......University Choral Union
Earl V. Moore, conductor.
The public is respectfully requested
to come sufficiently early, as to be
seated on time. Doors will be closed
during numbers. Holders of season
tickets are respectfully reminded to
detach coupons before leaving home
and to present for admission, only the
ticket for the respective concert. Traf-
fic regulations will be enforced under
the direction of the Ann Arbor police
department. Persons leaving the
auditorium during intermission will
please present their ticket stubs for
re-admission. Cordial cooperation
on the part of guests in connection
with these simple matters, will be
greatly appreciated by the University
Musical Society and the Buildings
and Grounds Department of the Uni-
versity as well as the police depart-
ment, to the end that confusion of all
sorts may be avoided.

at 7:30 p.m., in Room 203 West Engi-
neering Annex. The final reels of the
film "The Art of Shipbuilding ini
1930," will be shown. Also. "The Ro-
mance of the Gyro." Anyone inter-
ested is welcome.
R.O.T.C. Review today, South Fer-
ry Field at 5 p.m. The public is in-
vited.
Polonia Literary Circle: Last meet-
ing of the year at 7:30 p.m., Michigan
League. A short talk on the late
Marshal Pilsudski will be given by
a prominent speaker.
Stanley Chorus: Interviews for
those interested in any offices in this
crganization for next year will be held
in the League from 3:15 to 4:30.
Coming Events
Federal Housing will be discussed
cn Saturday morning at 10 o'clock
by Mr. G. J. DeGelleke, architect, of
Milwaukee. The meeting will be open
to all interested in the subject, and
will be held in Room 346, Architcetur-
al Building.
Delta Epsilon Pi will hold its last
meeting of the school year at the
Michigan Union on Friday, May 17,
8 p.m. Elections of new officers will
be held, and all old business will be
disposed of. All members please be
present on time.
Cosmopolitan Club Beard Meeting,
Friday, May 17, 5 p.m., Dean Bursley's
office. All members please be pres-
ent.
Last Meeting Held
By Cabinet Of SCA
BY
The cabinet of the Student Chris-
tian Association held its last meeting
of the year under the direction of the
retiring heads last night. Final re-
ports of the work of the organization
were turned in.
The new officers of the association
will be elected by the Board of Trus-
tees, under the chairmanship of Reg-
istrar Ira M. Smith, at their annual
spring meeting this week.
A summary of the program of the
past school year of the Student Chris-
tian Association was given by the
various cabinet officers. The reports
included the following major items:
editing and publishing 2,000 fresh-
man handbooks; directing the Fresh-
man Rendezvous Camp; conducting
five-week round table discussions;
sponsoring a three-day sociology trip;
sponsoring Dr. Bernard Iddings Bell,
Dr. Charles M. Sheldon, Prof. and
Mrs. Jean Picard, Dr. Francis S. On-
derdonk in lectures in Hill Auditor-
ium; directing Big Ten S.C.A. Con-
ference; holding the all-campus jam-
boree; publishing a bi-weekly guild
bulletin; and sponsoring various
groups, such as the Caney Creek
Players and the sending of delegates
to conferences held both in Michigan
and out of state.

WANTED
EXPERIENCED cook, looking for po-
sition in fraternity house. Refer-
ences. Box 48-C. '
DOCTOR desires furnished rooms or
suite in vicinity of University Hos-
pital for occupancy July 1st. Box 45.
WANTED: MEN'S OLD AND NEW
suits. Will pay 3. 4. 5, 6 and 7 dol-
lars. Phone Ann Arbor 4306. Chi-
cago Buyers. 200 North Main 7x
NOTICE
FRATERNITIES AND SORORITIES,
call the Kempf Music Studios for
artistic piano tuning. Terms reap
sonable. Phone 6328. 14x
RAGGEDY ANN BEAUTY SHOP.
11.15 S. University. Permanents $3
$4, $5. $6, $7. Featuring the Glo-
Tone Croquignole, $6. Soft water
shampoo and finger wave, 50 cents.
Phone 7561. 12x
TYPING- Theses and outlines: done
by expert; reasonable prices. Rhoda
Gansle, 325 Catherine ,Phone 9749,
or 9574. 215
YOUR FURS are safest in Zwer-
dling's Fur storage. 31 years of
unexcelled fur service. Phone 8507.
189
TYPEWRITING and MIMEO-
GRAPHING promptly and neatly
donedin our own shop by experi-
enced operators at moderate rates.
0. D. Morrill's Typewriter and Sta-
tionary Store, 314 S. StatenStreet.
llx
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A.M.S. Inc. 311 W. Huron
Phone 2-3267
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Friday - Saturday
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LOST AND FOUND
LOST: In Chem. building, brown
checked swagger coat. Liberal re-
ward. Call 5306. Ask for Lifland.
224
LOST: Chemistry book, laboratory
manual and notebook. Thursday,
on improv'-ed bleachers, Ferry
Field tennis courts. Reward. Call
7958, Hurwitz. 223
LOST: Brown gabardine suit and
Chesterfield overcoat. Lost on
State St. Very liberal reward. Phone
7217. 225
FOR SALE-HOUSES
A REAL BARGAIN for either frater-
nity or sorority, if you act at once.
This house is in fine condition,
splendid location. Will accommo-
date from 18 to 20 persons. Down
payment of $5,000 with very liberal
terms. Box 44.
LAUNDRY
STUDENT Hand Laundry. Prices rea-
sonable. Free dlivery, Phone 3006.
LAUNDRY 2-1044. Sox darned.
Careful work at low price. 4x
DAILY 15c TO 6 P.M.
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WHO RECLAIMED
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Chorus
Symphonic Poem, "The
Moldau" ...............
Arias, "Caro Nome"
("Rigoletto") ...........
"Io son Titania"
("Mignon") ..........
Mary Moore
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d'Amour," Op. 61 ......Glazounow
Aria, Bell Song ("Lakme") . .Delibes
Miss Moore
Earl V. Moore and Frederick Stock,
conductors.
Mabel Ross Rhead, piano accompanist
Third Concert, Friday, May 17, 2:30
1 o'clock:
Overture, 'Die Entfuhrung
aus dem Serail".......... Mozart
Songs:
Linden Tree ............ Schubert
Now is the Month of
Maying,................Morley
Fa la nana bambin (To be
sung in Italian) ........Sadero
Young People's Festival Chorus
Symphony, C Major, "Le
Midi" (B and H. No. 7) .. . . Haydn
Adagio-Allegro
Adagio
Adagio
Menuetto
Finale
Cantata, "Jumblies" (World
Premiere ................. James
Young People's Festival Chorus
Concerto in D major for Violin
and Orchestra, Op. 35, Tchaikowsky
Allegro moderato
Canzonetta
Allegro vivacissimo
Ruth Posselt
Jura Higbee and Eric DeLamarter,
conductors.
Fourth Concert, Friday, May 17, 8:15
o'clock:
Concerto No. 3, G. major, for
String Orchestra. .......... Bach
Allegro
Andante
Presto
Aria, "O Paradiso"
("L'Africana")........ Meyerbeer
Giovanni Martinelli
Suite for Orchestra, Op. 19, Dohnanyi

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