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PAGE SIX

THE MICHIGAN DAILY

T'URSD-Y, MAY 30, 1935

Membership
Of Graduation
Band IsListed,
To Play Several Concerts
On Campus And To Lead
Commencement Parade
As announced by Acting Director
Bernard Hirsch, the Graduation
Band, consisting of 55 members, will
be headed by Donald A. Strouse, '35,
as drummajor, George N. Hall, '35,
as manager, and Maurice Dreifuss,
'36, as librarian.
The band, which will remain here
until Monday, June 17, playing nu-
merous concerts on the campus and
leading the annual graduation pa-
rade from the campus to Ferry Field,
consists of the following members:
Trombones: Elmer Bruck, '35SM,
Robert Anthony, '38, Douglas Welch,
'35, Willard Koster, '36E, and Ed--
ward Beynon, '37.
Basses: John Houdek, '38, Maur-
ice Demers, '35E, Gorge Heibein, '37,
Walter Jensen, '38E, Newell Saigeon,I
'36E; Baritones: Howard Hathaway,
'36SM, Frank Suda, '36SM, John
Luecht, '38, George Hamm, '36;
Horns: Frederick Baessler, '35, Ken-
neth E. Sage, '35SM, Robert W. Ward,
'36Spec, and S. Lane Emery, '38SM.
Saxophones: Jacob Beckerman, '38,
Alfred Acker, '35; Drums: Fred
House, '36, John Hays, '37, Harold
Weckler, '38E, Lloyd Strickland, '37E,
Alec Miller, '38; Cornets: William
Jones, '38SM, Ernest Jones, '38, Owen
Reed, '37SM, George Glass, '38, Ro-
bert Allen, '35E, Robert Byrn, '37,
William Clement, '36, Dan Cook, '36,
and Jay Hall, '36.
Clarinets: Alvin Benner, '36SM,
Benjamin Goldberg, '37, E. Rollin Sil-
fles, '36SM, David Mather, '37, Clyde
Vroman, '38SM, John Masajgo,
'365M, Harold Greene, '37, Richard
Pennoni, '37E, William Olsen, '37E,
William Lichtenwanger, '37SM, Lewis
Casner, '37SM, Kenneth Bovee, '35SM,
Paul Pinkerton, Jr., '37, William R.
Young, '37E; Piccolos: John Krell,
'37M, Lee E. Feldkamp, '37, Charles
Gilbert, '37SM.
Members of the band not in this
list are asked to turn in their uni-
forms at Morris Hall Friday after-
noon.
Bomber Crash,
In Calif ornia
Fatal To Four
Cause Of Fall Unknown;
Con nercial Plane Takes
Two To Flaming Death
SEQUOIA NATIONAL P A R K,
Calif., May 29-(P)-An army bomb-
ing plane crashed late yesterday and
killed two army aviators and two
motion picture news reel men.
Cause of the fall of the bomber,
attached to the 31st bombardment
squadron from Hamilton Field, was
undetermined. Flames consumed
the wreckage and the men trapped
in it.
The victims:
Lieut. Edgar W. Root, 29, Birming-
ham, Ala., pilot.
Private Guy F. Porter, 30, Kansas
City, Mo.
Allyn P. Alexander, 29, San Fran-
cisco, news reel camera man.
Lewis S. Tappan, San Francisco,
sound technician.
Members of the bombing squadron,
engaged in maneuvers, said the
speedy craft appeared to be in trou-
ble and left formation, circling and
turning over on its back as it went
into a flat spin; it struck the earth

nose first.
Crash Kills Two
CARLINVILLE, Ill., May 29-(tP)-
"A peculiar noise" heard by a witness
offered official investigators today a
clew to the cause of the crash of a
Chicago and Southern Airline plane,
which carried its pilot and a passen-
ger to death last night.
Bound from Chicago to St. Louis,
the tri-motored plane, piloted by John
B. (Red) Lynn and carrying as its
only passenger his brother-in-law,-
Paul Gardener, crashed with appar-
ent high speed and burned on the
farm of Charles R. Welton, north of
here.
The wreckage was strewn for sev-
eral hundred yards.
LOWS T1P A DIAMOND
COLDWATER, Mich., May 29. - (A')
-- Six years ago Mrs. Frank Pierson
lost a large diamond ring while work-'
ing in a turnip patch on her husband's
farm. Her father found the ring
Tuesday while plowing.

Decision On NRA No Surprise To Gen. Johnson
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-Associated Press Photo. -
The decision of the Supreme Court tumbling the vast code structure
of the National Recovery administration came as no surprise to Gen.
Hugh S. Jehnson, former administrator, shown telling New York report-
ers he thought it possible to enact a "constitutional act presenting the
principles of NRA."
The Daily, Big Ten Journals
Rank First In Recent Survey
By E. BRYCE ALPERN ics and syndicated columns. The
Big Ten newspapers and especially 4 Daily Illini not only contains funnies,
Big en ewspper an .secal .but also a regular pictorial section, as
The Daily held a striking superiority , does the Indiana Daily Student. The
in a statistical survey of more than Western Reserve journal has the

DAILY OFFICIAL
BULLETIN

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allroom. His topic is "Literature
'rsus Opinion." Open to the public.
After the lecture the announce-
ent of the Awards for 1935 will be
ade.
(Confcert

(Continued from Page 2)
Duren, Wild, Van de Luyster, Strie-
dieck-W. Lec. Phys.
German 31: All sections-B Haven.
German 32: Van de Luyster, Wild,
Willey - 25 A.H. Van Duren, Eaton,
Gaiss, Stredieck - 1025 A.H.
Examinations will be available in
Room 204 UH at 1:00 p.m., June 4.
Rooms for final examinations,
'rench (0), Saturday, June 8, a.m.
French 1. 1025 Angell Hall
French 2, West Gal. Alum. Mem.
Hall. (morning classes).
French 2, 1025 Angell Hall, (after-
noon classes).
French 31, 1025 Angell Hall.
French 32, Nat. Sc. Auditorium.
French J2, 103 R. L.
French 71, 103 R. L.
French 111, West Phys Lect. Hall.
French 112, West Phys. Lect. Hall.
French 153, West Phys. Lect. Hall.
Final examination in English I and
11: Tuesday, June 4, (p.m.) :
Instructor Room
English I
Knode ............... 103 R. L.
Meyer ............... 225 A. H.
Stevens ............ 1025 A. H.
Tuesday, June 4, (p.m.)
English II.
Allen...............2209 A.H.
Bader...............18 A. H.
Baker................101 Ec.
Bebout..............209 A.H.
Boothe ............2054 N. S.
Cassidy.............229 A. H.
Everett............1209 A. H.
Green..............205 M. H. '
Helm...............206 U. H.
Hornberger .......... C Haven
Knode..............103 R. L.
Modder ............ 2231 A. H.
Morris .............. 3209 A. H.
Ogden..............201 S. W.
Peterson ............B Haven
Proctor ............. 203 U. H.
Roellinger .......... 2003 A. H.
Rowe ................ 208 U. H.
Schenk.............2003 N. S.
Walcott............1121 N. S.
Weaver............2235 A. H.
Weimer............1035 A. H.
Wells................35 A. H.
Whitehall...........202 W. P.
Williams............215 A. H.
Lecture
The Hopwood Lecture: Henry Has-
litt, literary critic, will deliver the,
Hopwood Lecture on Friday, May 31,
at 4:15 p. m., in the Michigan Union
WHT----ckOFOD

Students' Recital:
Th following students of Martha
Merkle Lyin, of the School of Music,
will give the following program, Mon-
day evening, June 3, at 7:30 o'clock in
the School of Music, to which the
general public is invited :
Duets
May Time
A Sail on the Lake ........,Bilbro
Jean and Isabelle Reule
The White Seal's Lullaby ....Benson
My New Bicycle.......MacLachlan
Thomas Moore
Sing-Lee, China-Boy ......... Lively
Criss-Cross .................. Smith
The Owl > ....................Swift
Isabelle Reule
Fireside Dreams ........... Anthony
Jolly Darkes............. Bechter'
Richard Schneider
Duo
Morceaux Melodieux, Op. 174, No.?
Gurlitt
Marilyn Bothman, Elinor Por-
ter.
The Guitar..... .... ....Gaynor
1'he Holiday ...............Kantzler
The Cascades .......... MacLachlar
Edith Jensen
The Clowns........... Richardson

Merkle Lyon, of the School of Music
will give the following program, Mon
day evenng, June 3, at 8:30 o'cloc;
in the School of Music, to which th
general public is invited:
Elegie ....................Massanet
Will0' the Wisp.........Jungmani
Jean Watson
Danse des Clochettes.......Rebikof
Youth and Joy ............Schyttc
Marjorie Jacobs
Arabian Night ...........Mildenberf
an Loch Lomond ........... Brown
Elsie Jensen
1Iinuet from First Partita ..Bach
N arrior's Song .............. Heller
3y the Mountain Spring......Bohm
Barbara DeFries
?racludium ............... Reinecke
lfin Dance ................ Jensen
i3archetta ..................Nevin
Helen Schmale
improvisation and Melody, Op. 57
-Brown
\ Fountain Set in Flowers
-Weissheyer
Dorothy Sell

{wo Part Invention, No. 1 ....Bach
"alse in A Minor ............ Chopin
ichezo in E Minor .....Mendelssohn
,alsette .....................Boyle
Betty Ann Chaufty
quartet
Polonaise Brilante........Decevee
B a r b a r a DeFries, Helen
Schmale, Betty Ann Chauf-
ty, Dorothy Sell.
Events Today
R.O.T.C.: Final ceremony Decora-
ion Day parade today. Meet individ-
ially at the National Guard Armory
):45 a.m.
Varsity Band will meet Thursday.
9:45 a.m., at the Armory, corner of
Ann Street and Fifth Avenue. A truck
will deliver the heavy instruments to
the Armory.
St. Andrew's Episcopal Church:
There will be a celebration of the
Holy Communion at St. Andrew's
Church at 10:30 a.m. today, Ascen-
sion Day.

THE JOHN MARSHALL LAW SCHOOL
Thirty-sixth Year - An Accredited Law School.
Evening Law School with Day School Standards.
Courses Lead to LL.B., LL.M. and J.D. Degrees.
Text and Case Method. Moot Court Practice.
FACULTY FOR 1935 - 1936

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ance of the Wooden Shoes
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W agnesm

Jean Reule
In a Fairy Barque ........... Aaron
Cavatine................Reinecke
Juliet Blume
In the Olden Time ....... .. Jewell
Hide and Seek ...........Schytte
Marilyn Bothman
Yakima ...................... Rea
Taps ...................Englemann
John A. Fisher
A Merry Horn Pipe ........ Fletcher
Pickanniny March ...... Chambers
Nimble Fingers..............Orth
Elinor Porter
Quartet
Children's Piece, Op. No. '5
-Mendelssohn-arr. by Parlow
Juliet Blume, Richard Schnei-
der, Marilyn Bothman, John
A. Fisher.
Students' Recital:
The following students of Martha

GEORGE F. ANDERSON
(LL.B., Northwestern)
EDWIN C. AUSTIN
(A.B., Wisconsin, LL.B., Northwestern)
ARTHUR M. BARNHART
(A.B., Princeton; LL.B., Harvard)
GRENVILLE BEARDSLEY
(A.B., Knox; J.D., John Marshall)
HIERBERT BEBB
(A.B.. U. of Ill.; J.D.. U. of Chicago)
CHARLES CENTER CASE
(LL.B., Northwestern)
MORTON C. CRESSY
(A.B., Yafe;LL.B., Harvard)
PALMER D. EDMUNDS
(A.B., Knox; LL.B., Harvard)
REUBEN FREEDMAN
(A.B., U. of Manchester, Eng.; J.D.)
MICHAEL GESAS
(LL.B., John Marshall Law School)
GEORGE E. HARBERT
(LL.B., Notre Dame University
EDWARD B. HAYES
(A.B., U. of Ill.; LL.B., Harvard)

LLOYD D. HETH
(AB, Beloit College)
HARRY EUGENE KELLY
(Ph.B., A.M., University of Iowa)
NOBLE W. LEE
(A.B., Harvard; J.D., John Marshall)
ROBERT McMURDY
(LL.M., University of Michigan)
JAMES WALKER MILNE
(A.B., Monmouth; J.D., U. of Chicago)
HON. GEORGE FRED RUSH
(A.M., University of Michigan)
LEWIS A. STEBBINS
(LL.B., University of Kansas)
HAROLD G. TOWNSEND
(A.B., Beloit; LL.B., Harvard)
THORLEY VON HOLST
(LL.B., Valparaiso University)
ALBERT E. WILSON
(A.B., Hobart College)
VICTOR S. YARROS
LL.B., N.Y. Law School)

45 college journals recently conducted.
The average newspaper has 6.7
columns and 5.3 pages, and costs 4.32
cents per issue. Only 29 per cent of
college papers carry news outside
of campus and local interest.
The Big Ten papers, however, aver-
age 6.8 columns and 5.8 pages, cost
3.83 cents per copy., and 60 per cent
carry local and outside news. This
striking difference is heightened when
one takes into account that these
newspapers raise the average so much,
that the mediocre college paper, omit-
ting the Big Ten publications, con-
tains 6.6 columns and 5.1 pages, costs
4.46 cents, and but twenty per cent
of the total carry outside news.
Many of the publications which
were examined in this survey, which
included the Harvard Crimson, the
Daily Texan, and the Southern Cali-
fornia Daily Trojan, possess unusual
features. The Iowa paper, the only
journal in its vicinity, possesses com-

doubtful honor of costing the most,
seven cents per issue, and the Mar-
shall College paper enhances its pres-
tige by containing twelve pages.
Among the Big Ten newspapers
The Daily is among the most out-
standing, is fifth in circulation, with
2,900, while Minnesota holds an over-
whelming lead with 11,000, followed
by Northwestern with 4,700, and Illi-
nois and Iowa in the low three thou-
sands. The large circulation of the
Northwestern Daily may be accounted
for by the fact that it is not only
the University paper, but also the city
paper.
The price per year of the Big Ten
newspapers averages $3.63, with
Northwestern charging the least,
$2.00, Purdue and Ohio State next,
with $2.50, followed by Chicago with
$3.00. The Minnesota Daily, with
its large circulation charges $5.00,
while Iowa necessitates the largest
expenditure of $7.80.

Catalog and Pamphlet on "The Study of Law and Proper Preparation" sent free.
EDWARD T. LEE, Dean, 315 Plymouth Court Chicago

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