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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

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'Open House'
To BeSunday
Students, Parents Invited
To See New Equipment;
Entertaimnent Planned

Three Die When Plane Takes Nose Dive In Wisconsin

tive Committee shall consist of five Gamma Delta, Phi Sigma Delta, Sig- WIND LIFTS )BOY
inembers of the student body, includ- ma Delta, Sigma Alpha Epsilon, Sig- DETROIT, May 13.--A)-A strong
*ir the President of the Council. ma Alpha Nu, Sigma Chi. wind preceding a short rainstorm
Article V, Section 5. The Council Alpha Tau Omega, Delta Kappa Ep Wednesday lifted 11-year-old Charles
shall be divided into five sections silon, Delta Upsilon, Pi Lambda Phi, Hagen, on his way home from school,
numbered from one to five, each sec- Psi Upsilon, Zeta Beta Tau, Zeta Psi, off his feet and through a show
tion containing as nearly as possible Section V. Phi Beta Delta, Phi Delta window of a manufacturing com-
the same number of fraternities. Theta, Phi Epsilon Pi, Phi Kappa Psi, pany. He suffered lacerations on
Each section shall have representa- Phi Kappa Sigma, Sigma Phi Epsilon, the left arm and two tendons were
Lion on the Executive Committee, Tau Epsilon, Lambda Chi Alpha. severed.
(ither through the President or

The annual Homecoming "Open
House" of the University Fresh Air
Camp will be held Sunday afternoon
at Patterson Lake, according to
George Alder, director of the camp.
Entertainment will be provided for
University students and their par-
ents who wish to inspect the new fa-
cilities offered by the camp for this
summer. The equipment of the
camp has been entirely modernized,
and a new club house has just been
completed this spring.
The program will include swim-
ming, boating, baseball and horse-;
shoes. Refreshments will be served
late in the afternoon.
The committee in charge of the
open house advises guests to come
by way of the scenic Huron River
Drive, which has been posted with
signs and placards showing proper
directions.
The Fresh Air Camp is run by the
University for the benefit of under-
privileged boys and girls from De-
troit and Ann Arbor.
The chairman of the entertain-
ment committee will be Mrs. F. N.
Menefee, wife of the chairman of
the board of directors of the camp.
She will be assisted by thewives of
the other members of the board of
directors, including, Mrs. H. Y. Mc-
Clusky, Mrs. Kenneth Doherty, Mrs.
Egbert Isbell, Mrs. Warren G. For-
sythe, Mrs. George May, Mrs. George
Alder, and Mrs. Theodore Hornberg-
er.
Annual Banquet.
For Pharmacy
Students Held
Scholastic Award Winners
Are Named; Sacks Makes
Principai Address
The annual pharmacy banquet was
held Tuesday evening, May 12, at
the Michigan Union with Lawrence
Mann, '36, o Nunda, N. Y., acting
as toastmaster and chairman of the
banquet committee.
Dr. H. B. Lewis, Director of the
College of =Pharmacy, presented the
awards for high schoastic achieve-
ments. Miss Althea Wagg, '39, Os-
wego, N. Y., was the recipient of the
Rho Chi Prize, given each year to
the outstanding freshman. Chester
Van Tamelen, Zeeland, Mich., re-
ceived the senioreaward for high
scholarship, the Lehn and Fink med-
al.
Dr. Jacob Sacks of the department
of pharmacology was the principal
speaker. He chose as his subject,
"The Pharmacist and his Relation
to the Physician and the Public." Dr.,
Sacks stressed the fact that a phar-
macist should avoid diagnosing and
prescribing treatment. He further
stated that it was within thepower
of the pharmacist to protect the
public from quackcs and nostrums by
encouraging legislation such as the
Copeland Bill.

r:.i ough a committeeman elected by
ud 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 III. Chi Phi, Chi Psi, Delta
Tau Deta, Kappa Deta Rho, Phi

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-Associated Press Photo.
The pilot and two passengers of this plane lost their lives when it crashed in a thick woods near New
Lisbon, Wis., as he was attempting a landing. The victims included Herman W. Underdahl of Los Angeles,
pilot, and Carl Ristow, New Lisbon farmer, and his eight-year-old daughter.

DAILY OFFICIAL
BULLETIN
(Continued from Page 4)

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of Polisfh descent are cordially in-
vited to attend this meeting. Re-
freshments will be served.
Coming Events
International Panel: The last in
the series of International Panels
for the year will be presented next
Sunday afternoon; May 17, at 4 p.m.
in the Michigan League. The panel
will be on the Chinese Language and
Literature. Dr. John Stanton, who
offers the courses in Chinese in the;
University, and Mrs. Chi-Shing Bang'
(Charmaine Tseu) will speak the
language; Miss Man-Kue Li will il-
lustrate the development of Chinese
poetry by reading poems from vari-
ous periods. There will be an op-
portunity for general discussion.

Everyone interested is invited to be
present.
The Graduate Outing Club is hav-
ing an all day canoe trip Sunday,
May 17. All those: who plan to go
are asked to attend a short organiza-
tion meeting Saturday, May 16, at
Lane Hall at 1 p.m. to make arrange-
ments for transportation and canoes.
The total cost for canoes transporta-
tion, and meals (breakfast and din-
ner) will be approximately $1.50. All
graduate students are cordially in-
vited to attend.
Interfraternity Council: The Ex-
ecutive Committee will meet on Mon-
iday, May 18 at 4 p.m. All petitions
for nomination for the position of
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 j
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 l
Executive Committee which read as
follows:
Article VI, Section 2. The Exeeu-
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