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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

AVEDN SDAY, MAY 13, 1936

PAGE SIX WEDNESDAY, MAY 13, 1936

Drama Season
Actors Arrive
For Rehearsal
Kenneth MacKenna And
Estelle Winwood Among
New York Thespians
Ann Arbor has become host this
week for some two dozen New York
actors who arrived in the city Sun-
day morning for the final rehearsals
of the opening productions of the
Dramatic Season, to be presented for
five weeks this spring from May 18
through June 20 in the Lydie Men-
delssohn theatre under the direction
of Robert Henderson.
This exodus of actors from Broad-
way to Ann Arbor, larger this spring
than usual, includes the stage and
screen star, Kenneth MacKenna, to-
gether with Ernest Lawford, Doris
Dalton, Estelle Winwood, Muriel
Hutchinson, John Winthrop, Regi-
nald Pole, George Somnes Alan
Handley, Raymond Greenleaf, Ed-
uard Franz and Lucien Self. I
Robert Henderson is placing simul-
taneously in final rehearsal this week
Edward Wooll's recent New York hit,
"Libel"; which opens the Ann Arbor
theatre festival on Monday, May 18;
as well as Ivor Novello's comedy with
music, "Party," which is the second
production opening on Saturday,
May 23; and "Hamlet" which stars
Ian Keith and Estelle Winwood and
opens for five days on Saturday,
May 30.
Ian Keith has arrived in Ann Ar-I
bor from Hollywood, after a short
vacation in Cheyenne, Wyo., and is
now working with Miss Winwood
who plays Queen Gertrude to his
Hamlet in "Hamlet." The other New
York players now in Ann Arbor are
all in the opening production of
"Libel."
The Civic Committee of the Ann
Arbor season also announced today
the engagement of the New York
star, Albert Van Dekker, for the title
role in "Parnell" and the Prosecuting
Attorney in "Night of January 16,"
played in New York by the late Ed-
mund Breese. Mr. Van Dekker is a
member of the original cast of
"Night of January 16" and succeed-
ed Mr. Breese in his role upon his
recent death. "Parnell" and "Night'
of January 16" are the last two pro-
ductions of the Ann Arbor festival,
opening on June 10 and June 15
respectively. Mr, Van Dekker suc-
ceeded Henry Hull in New York and
on tour as the Baron in "Grand
Hotel" opposite Eugenie Leontovich.
This role was played in the film by
John Barrymore. Recently Albert
Van Dekker has appeared on Broad-
way in "Brittle Heaven" with Dor-
othy Gish, in "Fly Away Home" and i
"Lady Precious Stream."
The box office sale of all seats for;
the Dramatic Season, both individual,
and season tickets, are now on sale
at the Lydia Mendelssohn theatre{
box-office, daily from 9 a.m. to 9 p.m.
The management reports the sale of
season tickets this year the largest
in the history of the seven annual
Dramatic festivals.
BRIDGE TOURNAMENT
The finals in the men's division of
the all-campus bridge tournament
have been concluded and the win-
ners announced. For fraternity men,
Alpha Lambda Fraternity has come1
out on top, with Hei C. Cheung,
Grad., and Clayton Lem, '36E, as
representatives. For independent en-
trees, David Deweese, '38M, and1
Wheaton Strom, '36, both of Sigma1
Chi, scorecd the highest.j

Faces Slaying Quiz

-Associated Press Photo.
Raymond Furr (above), 22, Mem-
phis, Tcnn., was picked up at the
Y. M. C. A. hotel in Chicago by
police and questioned about the
slaying of Mrs. Lillian Guild, 50,

in the nearby Y.
Officers said his
lacerated and his
with blood.

W. C. A. hotel.
knuckles were
clothes flecked

Senate Be ins
Heated Debate
On Relief Bill

Sen. Vandenburg
Amend Bill To
Dole To State

Would
Return

DAILY OFFICIAL
BULLETIN
(Continued from Page 4)
Passacaglia.................Bach
Prelude to "The Mastersingers"
Prelude to "Lohengrin"
"Tristan and Isolda" Love Music
......... .............Wagner
Thursday evening, 8:30. Philadel-
phia Orchestra. University Choral
Union, Earl V. Moore, conductor. So-
loists: Jeannette Vreeland, soprano;
Paul Althouse, tenor; Keith Falkner.
baritone, Julius Huehn, bass; Palmer
Christian, organist. "Caractacus," a
dramatic cantata by Elgar.
Friday afternoon, 2:30. Phildelphia.
Orchestra. Young People's Festival
Chorus. Harold Bauer, pianist. Saul
Caston and Earl V. Moore, conductors.
Overture to "Russlan and Ludmilla"
- Glinka
"Children at Bethlehem".....Pierne
Concerto No. 5 in E fiat for
Piano and Orchestra ... Beethoven
Harold Bauer
Friday evening, 8:30. The Phila-
delphia Orchestra. Lily Pons, so-
prano.. Charles O'Connell and Saul
Caston, conductors.
Oveture to "Marriage of Figaro"
- Mozart
Arias from "Magic Flute" ...Mozart
"Pamina's Air"
"Queen of the Night"
Lily Pons
Symphony No. 1 in C. Major, Op. 21
- Beethoven
Canope ....................Debussy
Minstrels .................. Debussy
Aria, "Bell Song" from "Lakme"
- Delibes
Miss Pons
Chorale and Fugue ...... Zemachsen
Saturday afternoon, 2:30. Phila-
delphia Orchestra. Efrem Zimbalist,
violinist. Leopold Stokowski, con-
ductor.
Symphony No. 1 in C minor .. Brahms
Concerto in D minor for Violin
and Orchestra ............ Sibelius
The Bird of Fire ........Stravinsky
Introduction
The Fire Bird and Her Dance
Dance of the Princesses
Kastchei's Infernal Dance
Berceuse
Finale
Saturday evening, 8:30. Philadel-
phia Orchestra; University Choral
Union, Earl V. Moore, conductor.
Soloists: Jeanette Vreeland, Rose
Bampton, Giovanni Martinelli, Keith
Falkner and Palmer Christian. The
"Manzoni Requiem" for soli, chorus,
orchestra and organ, by Verdi.
Tickets on sale at the School of
Music office, Maynard Street. Begin-
ning Wednesday morning May 13,
the Box office will be moved to Hill
Auditorium.
Exhibition
Islamic Art: Sponsored by the Re-
search Seminary in Islamic Art.
Open daily, 9 a.m.-5 p.m.; Sundays,
2 p.m.-5 p.m. Alumni Memorial
Hall, North and South Galleries.
Admission free.
Events Of Today
President and Mrs. Ruthven will be
at home to the students today from
4 to 6 p.m.
Aeronautical Engineers: There will
be a combined meeting of the Aero-
nautical Branches of the A.S.M.E.
and the Institute of the Aeronautical
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Present Ideal Mother Ou 1936 With Silver Medal

Executive Committe which read as
follows:
Article VI, Section 2. The Execu-
tive Committee shall consist of fivc
members of the student body, includ-
ing the President of the Council.
Article V, Section 5. The Council
shall be divided into five sections
numbered from one to five, each sec-
tion containing as nearly'as possible
the same number of fraternities.
Each section shall have representa-
tion on the Executive Committee,
either through the President or
through a committeeman elected by
and from its own membership.
The five sections into which the
Council is divided as provided for in
Article V, Section 5, are as follows:
Section 1. Acacia, Alpha Sigma
Phi, Hermitage, Phi Sigma Kappa, Pi
Kappa Alpha, Sigma Phi, Theta
Delta Chi, Triangle.
Section II. Alpha Delta Phi, Kappa
Nu, Kappa Sigma, Theta Chi, Theta
Xi, Trigon.
Section .I. Chi Phi, Chi Psi, Delta
Tau Delta, Kappa Delta Tho, Phi
Gamma Delta, Phi Sigma Delta, Sig-
ma Delta, Sigma Alpha Epsilon, Sig-
ma Alpha Nu, Sigma Chi.
Section IV. Alpha Kappa Lambda,
Alpha Tau Omega, Delta Kappa Ep-
silon, Delta Upsilon, Pi Lambda Phi,
Psi Upsilon, Zeta Beta Tau, Zeta Psi.
Section V. Phi Beta Delta, Phi Delta
Theta, Phi Epsilon Pi, Phi Kappa Psi,
Phi Kappa Sigma, Sigma Phi Epsilon,
Tau Epsilon, Lambda Chi Alpha.
Sphinx, Junior Men's honorary so-
ciety, will meet at 12:15 p.m. today
in the Union. All members are
urged to be present as urgent busi-
ness will be discussed.
FORDHAM UNIVERSITY
SCHOOL OF LAW
NEW YORK
Case System
Three-Year Day Course
Four-Year Evening Course
Co-educational
College Degree or Two Years of
College Work with Good Grades
Required for Entrance
Transcript of Record Must Be Furnished
Morning, Early Afternoon and
Evening Classes
For further information address
CHARLES P. DAVIS, Registrar
233 Broadway, New York

WASHINGTON, May 12 - (/P) -
The Senate today was plunged head
long into a partisan controversy over
the House-approved $2,364,229,712
Relief and Deficiency Mill, with a
majority spokesman leaping up to
defend the Works Progress Adminis-"
tration after a sharp Republican
attack.
The debate was started by Sena-
tor Vandenberg (Rep. Mich) who in-
troduced an amendment to the bill
calling for a transfer of relief admin-
istration back to the state and local
governments. The present system,
he shouted, cannot be protected from
"the consequences of political admin-
istration, prostitution and duress."
Senator Robinson of Arkansas, the
majority leader, jumped to his feet
to declare that "more politics" would
result from the shift of control to
the states and recalled that the
House yesterday voted down "three
to one" a similar proposition when
it was advanced there.
Senator Byrnes (Dem-S.C.) then
asserted that "adoption of any such
plan would delay the functioning of
this all important agency at this
time."
Even before the debate opened, an-
other echo was heard of the con-
troversy that surrounded the bill in
the House. It concerned PWA.
WhereasDemocratic House bloc
sought unsuccessfully to earmark
$700,000,000 of the $1,425,000,000 re-
lief fund for Secretary Ickes' agency,
however, Senator Hayden (Dem-
Ariz.) introduced an amendment to
give an additional $700,000,000 to
the Public Works Administration.
More than one member of the Sen-
ate appropriations sub - committee
which will take up the big measure
tomorrow, contended, however, that
the Hayden amendment awaited a
doubtful fate.

Sciences at 7:30 p.m. in Room 1042
East Engineering Bldg. This meet-
ing will be devoted to business and
to the election of officers. All mem-
bers of these branches are urged to
attend.
Kappa Tau Alpha,, Theta Sigma
Phi, Students in Journalism: There
will be a luncheon today at 12 noon,
in the alcove of the League Cafeteria,
in honor of Virgil McNitt, owner
and director of the McNaught News-
paper Syndicate in New York City.
This luncheon affords the interested
student an opportunity to meet in-
formally and discuss problems of
journalism with Mr. McNitt. All
students interested in the field of
journalism are cordially invited to
attend.
Scabbard and Blade: Regular
Ask Aid In Drive
For Camp Funds
Volunteers to aid in the Fresh-
Air Camp Fund drive, are needed by
the Student Christian Association,
sponsors of the bucket campaign to
raise $1,000 on the campus Friday
and Saturday, it was made known
yesterday.
William Warner, Grad., chairman
of the publicity committtee, asked
that all persons interested in de-
voting an hour or two hours on those
days to the cause of the camp for
underprivileged hoys, leave their
names at the Union desk or at
Lane Hall today or tomorrow. More
than 100 students will be necessary
to conduct the campaign, he said.
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experienced operators at mod-
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meeting today at 7:30 p.m. in the
Michigan Union. Election of offic-
ers.
The Social Dancing Class will meet
at the Michigan League this eve-
ning at 7:15 instead of 7:30 because
of the May Festival concert.
Pi Lambda Theta Meeting: There
will be a visit to the University Bot-
anical Gardens for all Pi Lambda
Thetans today. Meet at the U.E.S.
entrance at 4:30 p.m. Will be back
by 6 p.m. For transportation call
Marguerite Hall, 2-3491.
Chemistry Colloquium will meet
today at 4 p.m. in Room 303, Chem-
istry Bldg. Mr. F. Y. Wiselogle will
speak on "Dissociation of Penta-aryl
Ethanes."
Mimes of the Michigan Union will
hold their annual spring outing to-
day. Meet at the Zeta Psi house at
3 p.m. Transportation will be pro-
vided. All members are urged to
attend. Bring hiking equipment.
Student Alliance: Regular Wed-
nesday evening mnee Lng scheduled
for today is postponed to next Wed-
nesday.
Interfraternity Council: The Ex-
ecutive Committee will meet on Mon-
day, May 18 at 4 p.m. All petitions
for nomination for the position of
We welcome all
MAY FESTIVAL
VISITORS to come
in and see our
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WORK -IVORY-
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fine gifts ...
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-Associated Press Photo.
In a tribute to all mothers, the Golden Rule founrlation presented a silver "motherhood medal" to Amer-
ica's ideal mother of 1936, Mrs. James Richard Smith, of Claremont, Calif., in a New York ceremony. Mrs.
Smith (left), who made the trip from California to N w York for the occasion, is shown receiving the medal
from Charles V. Vickrey, president of the foundation, ii. the presence of Mrs. Fletcher H. Johnson of Irving-
ton-on-Hudson, last year's ideal mother.

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President of the Interfraternity
Council and for appointment to the
position of Secretary-Treasurer, as
per Article V, Sections 2, 3, and 4 of
the Constitutions, must be handed to
the Secretary-Treasurer before 4 p.m.
on Monday, May 18. It is required
that such petitions be typewritten in
four copies. Those men petitioning
must present themselves at the Ex-
ecutive Committee meeting which will
be held in the office of the Dean of
Students, for a personal interview
with the Committee.
The Interfraternity Council will
meet at 7:30 p.m. on Wednesday eve-
ning, May 20, for the election of its
President and the student members of
the Executive Committee for the en-
suing year. This will be a closed
meeting.
Special attention is called to the
provisions of the Constitution con-
cerning the student members of the

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