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May 04, 1937 - Image 2

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New Bill Is Rushed To President

Honor Society
Takes In 31

MembersLewis' Bro
eW en erScircus of Jack
terday modest
-red and yello
YThirty-one senior and graduate slightly angry
students were initiated into active painter who c
membership in Phi Lambda Upsilon, age Indian Ch
inPiLabaUpioof Chief Mor
honorary chemical fraternity, at a wanted.
- banquet last night in the Union. Complete w
Prof. Kasimir Fajans of the chem- about half "W
stry department was elected to na- able to appea
tional honorary membership, and Dr.1 styled press ag
Raymond L. Garner of the Medical ful who wend
School was elected associate member from the can
of the local chapter. Ezra Rosen- selves that "M
Y- ';r{:;"baum, '38, was given the junior award Has 40 Bable.
One of the
in the literary college and Frederick ne of the
.*:'g.".f; r .,:kr.. ,t..S t (man of a vex;
W. Smith, Jr., '38, in the College of termed busine
Engineeringsumed The D°
The initiation address was given was no profes
by Prof. John C. Bugher of the Med- Michigras.
ical School who talked on "Scientific
Crime Detection." Prof. H. H. Wil-
lard of the chemistry department 'Drums
> A *was toastmaster.
-.The new members are: To B
Herbert Theurer, postal inspector in charge of White House mail, is David B. Andrews, Grad., Frank C.
shown leading the temporary White House at Galveston, Tex., with mail Benner, Grad., Donald F. Boucher,
for President Roosevelt, who is on a fishing cruise in the Gulf of Mexico. Grad., Stewart L. Brams, Grad., Bar- Two peace
The pouch also contained the neutrality bill, which the President signed ker H. Brown, Grad., Paul H. Card- and "Why" U
well, Grad., Ardee Causey, Grad., five other mo
aboard a destroyer. Richard E. Chaddock, '37E, Robert E ments by Dr.
Clark, Grad., Robert Crooks, '37E, former profe
H i A Richard O. Edgerton. Grad. Architecture,
HA dBated Henry B. Gillespie, '37, Francis R. day in the N
Hamilton, '37E, Russel F. Hazelton. ium under th
As Ann Arbor ears Festive Garb' Grad., Antone W. Herbenar, '37E, gency Peace(
Conrad E. Holben, Grad., Charles E. "Drum ofl
Holkins, '37E., James R. Lientz, Grad., 4:15 p.m. W

hers Greater European SVacation
son, came to town yes- n e
ly resplendent in new
w striped canvas and
at the Cleveland sign- A widened search for Serdar Sazi,
alled the Jackson "Os- 33 year old graduate student from'
ief" Red Raven instead Sivas, Turkey, who has been missing
ning Star as his wife
n since the beginning of Spring Vaca-
ith 250 people of whom tion, April 9, failed yesterday to turn
ere a little sick and un- up any new clues as to his where-
r," according to a self-au
gent, the show gave two Iabur
to the Ann Arbor faith- The Turkish consul of New York
ed their way two miles has left Chicago, where the land-
mpus to assure them- lady at his rooming house at 311
Madame X is ALIVE and Thompson said Sazi told her he in-
s, " tended to spend his vacation, in an
circus hangers-on, a effort to locate him. He has not
ry few thousand words, communicated with anyone here and
eSs satisfactory and as- an investigation by Dean Joseph A.
aily reporter that there Bursley and Prof. J. Raleigh Nel-
sional jealousy over the son, counselor to foreign students,
failed to reveal any clues.



Of Doom'
e Shown Here
films "Drums of Doom"
will be given along with
ving pictures with com-
Francis S. Onderdonk,
ssor in the College of
Wednesday and Thurs-
atural Science Auditor-
e auspices of the Emer-
Doom" will be given at
ednesday and at 8 p.m.
Why," a cartoon on the
ce, will be given at 8 p.m.l
nd at 4:15 p.m. Thurs-
same program with the,
im will be a March of
"Mussolini versus the
Nations." Four silent
iso be given at the same.

Sazi, a student in the School of
Education, came here last fall on a
one-year scholarship from the Tur-
kish government. He was to return
there at the end of the present semes-
ter to resume teaching duties.
Instructors in whose courses Sazi
was enrolled said that he had been
doing very satisfactory work. Ac-
quaintances said that he was very
Turkish students here have been
unable td offer any clues which
might lead to his whereabouts.

Bayreuth, Vienna, Salzburg and for the Choral Union with the Phila-1
Munich will have nothing on Ann delphia Symphony bringing moreI
Arbor .when the May Festival "comes than 100 men and women here to the
to town." Festival.1
Ann Arbor is already assuming Fes- Thus, for the presentation of "Par-
tival garb with banners floating above sifal" Thursday night, May 13, and1
the streets, display cards at all and "Aida" Saturday night, May 15, only1
odd corners announcing the particl- 70 members of the orchestra will be1
tion of some of the greatest operatic able to participate in the program,
stars in the country as well as one of crowded in on three sides by the tiers
the outstanding orchestras. of seats for the choral members.
But Hill Auditorium is undergoing When the Choral Union or the
the most complete metamorphosis of Young People's Festival Chorus com-
all with the stage assuming new fea- posed of Ann Arbor public school stu-
tures and adornments. dents, is not participating in the pro-
Tiers Built For Singers ( gram, the center tier of seats will
Carpenters have been working in be removed to allow the orchestra to
Hill Auditorium during the past week expand to its full capacity.
constructing the huge ascending tiers To Finish Tiers Today
which will seat the Choral Union The construction . of the tiers of
members when they participate in the seats is expected to be finished today.
programs. It is annuallyg problem What remains is to add the frills to
how to seat the choral members and the now barren, drab atmosphere of
also accommodate the members of Hill Auditorium so that the appear-
the symphony orchestra on the stage. ance of the Auditorium will be in
Three hundred seats are necessary keeping with the brilliance of the
_________________ --- - - jFestival.
T People from all parts of Michigan
as well as many from far points out-
T~nree Sda
side of the State will flood into Ann
Arbor for the Festiva, it was indi-I
Crashes H arm cated from the advance sale of tick-J
ets for the Festival. An early sell-out
-NinePersowas predicted.
1 j
Nine persons were mjured, three Students Can Work
seriously and one critically, in auto-N
mobile accidents over the week-end In National arks
near Ann Arbor.
Wayne Curtis, 19, Route 1, Chelsea, Opportunities for men having as
pleaded not guilty before Justice little as one year of college work to
Harry W. Reading yesterday to a assist in the technical work to be
complaint signed by Harry French, 47 carried on by the National Park
year old, Route 2, Dexter, who was Service this summer were announced
seriously injured when his car and by Arno B. Cammerer, director of the
Curtis' collided at an intersection on National Park Service, in a letter re-
Mast Road. Curtis, who was charged ceived yesterday by the Bureau of
with driving too fast on a strange Appointments and Occupational In-
road, could not put up $500 bail, and formation.
is in' jail awaiting trial May 12. The position, Mr. Cammerer says
French suffered two broken ribs and "offers an excellent opportunity for
possible internal injuries. One of the student to obtain first-hand
Curtis' companions, Raymond Hesel- knowledge of the park and recrea-
schwerdt, 26 years old, Route 2, Chel- tional aspects of conservation work."
sea, was severely cut, while Curtis and
another companion escaped injury. Union Life Mermbershi
Mrs. Jennie Hitchler, Detroit, suf-
fered a fractured skull, when the car Cards Available Today
in which she was riding on U.S. 121 Life membership cards and buttons
at 5 p.m. Sunday, was sideswiped by for the Michigan Union will be dis-
one in which seven Albion Negroes tributed beginning today in the Bus-
were riding. mess Office of the Union, Herbert
Sam Perkins, 57 years old, Fowler- Wolf, '37, presidnt, announced yes-
ville, and Mary Lear, 19 years old of terday.
628 S. Ashley St. were seriously in- Anyone who has spent the equiva-
jured in an accident involving Per- lent of four years in the University
kins' car and one driven by Henry is eligible to apply for one, he ex-
Larrow, 24 years old, Tecumseh. plained.

Srancis j. Limacner, Grad., Angelo S. Thursday. "
Miceli, Grad., Robert S. Moore, '37E. armament ra

Walter N. Munster, '37, Bruce J.
Nekervis, Grad., Hervey C. Parke,
Grad., Eugene B. Reid, Grad., Wil-
liam H. Sullivan, Grad., Sidney F. Ve-.
lick, Grad., Adolf F. Voigt, Grad., Fred
R. Walter, '37E, Robert C. Werner,
'37E, and James H. Wiegand, '37E.

Wednesday a
day. On the
armament fil
.Time film,
League ofl
movies will a


Social Dancing taught
daily. Ter.ace Garden
Dancing Studio. Wuerth
Tiheatre Bldg. Ph. 9695
2nd Floor
9 e*
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CKLW-1030 Kilocycles
6:00-String Ensemble.
6:15-News and Sports.
6:30-Rick Roberts' Orch.
6:45-Dixie Demons and Kay St. Ger-
7:00-Lee Shelley's Orch.
7:30---Eddy Duchin's Orch.
8:00--Anecdotes of Coronations.
8:30-Rick Roberts' Orch.
9 :00 -"Singtime."
S:00-Lloyd Huntley's Orch.
10:30-Leo Reisman's Orch.
11:00-Canadian Club Reporter.
11 :15-Carl Hoff's Orch.
11:30-Henry King's Orch.
Midnight--Ted Fio-Rito's Orch.
12:30-Herman Waldman's Orch.
1:00-Weather Forecast.
WJR-750 Kilocycles
6:00-Stevenson Sports.
6:15-Dodge Program.
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8:00-Watch the Fun Go by with Al
Pearce's Gang.
8 :30-Oakie's College.
9:30-Your Unseen Friend.
1o:00-Poetic Melodies.
10 :15-Wismer Sports.
10:30-Scenes in Harmony.
11:00-Headline News.
11:15-Frank Dailey's Orch.
1r1:30-Anson Weeks' Orch.
Midnight-Marvin Frederic's Orch.
12:30-To Be Announced.
WWJ 920 Kilocycles
6:00-Tyson's Sports.
6:10-Dinner Music.
6:40-Odd Facts.
6:45-Sports Review.
7:00-Johnny Presents.
7:30-Lady Esther Serenade.
8 :00-Vox Pop.
8:30-Fred Astaire.
9:30-Jimmy Fidler.
9 :45-Vic and Sade.
10:00-Amos 'n' Andy.
10:15-Evening Melodies.
ro0:30-Death Fighters.
11:00-Northwood Inn Orch.
11:30-Dance Music.
Midnight-Webster Hall Orch.

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6:00-Easy Aces.
6:15--The Original Jesters.
6:30-Harry Helmann.
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7:00-Husbands and Wives.
7:30-It can be done.
8:00-Ben Bernie.
8 :30-Sweetest Love Songs.
9:00-The Green Hornet.
9:30-Irene Bealsey.
9:45-To Be Announced.
10:00-Picadilly Music Hall.
11:00-Phil Harris Orch.
11:30-Frank Dailey Orch.
Midnight-Morrey Brennan.
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