THE MICHIGAN DAILY
For April 30
To Stage Show For State
High School Students
And Entire Campus
By Repuith ans
Two Faculty Men Named
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supervisor was Fred J. Williams, Re-
publican, with 406 votes to Henry C.
Twev unegaut niern Hudson's 237. Incumbent Alderman
weve udergraduate engineering Wirt M. Masten Democrat, was de-
societies will join with the engineer-
ing council and put on a one-day feated by Cecil 0. Creal, Republican,
show Saturday, April 30 for 2,000 375 to 284.
visiting state high school students In the fifth ward, Willi'm C. Man-
and the entire campus. chester, Republican, polled 127 votes
During that time, the students will to become supervisor over Louis C.
have full charge of the buildings- Bauer, Democrat, who received 93
they'll run the foundry, the naval votes. Republican Robert W. Temple
tank, the steam engine and every- won the post of constable with 125
thing else that goes, according to ballots, 30 more than Joseph Gross,
Wesley Warren, member of the coun- his Democratic opponent, polled.
cil in.charge. Second ward voters elected Herbert
The societies cooperating are the L. Kennett as supervisor over Albert
American Society of Mechanical En- H. Staebler, 376 to 337. Floyd D.
gineers, American Society of Civil Elsifor won out in the aldermanica
Engineers, American Institute of contest with 427 ballots polled in his
Chemical Engineers, Institute of favor to 'the 285, Elmer W. Zill was
Aeronautical Science, American In- given. G. Richard Ross had support
stitute of Electrical Engineers, Tau from 408 voters and won the position
Beta Pi, quarterdeck, Transportation of constable over Harold Hotzel, who
Club, Gliding Club, the Society of received 287. All victories were Re-
Automotive Engineers and the Sail- publicans in this ward.-
ing Club: In the seventh ward, Russell T.
Engineering college students who Dobson, Jr., was unopposed for al-
are interested in participating were derman. C. H. Eaton in the first
urged yesterday to sign special no- ward also had no oppositign.
ties posted. on bulletin'boards in the Increased interest among the voters
buildings. _in the afternoon and evening hours
resulted in moderately heavy ballot-
Two Society Women Stain ing, although only 600 votes had
been cast in the morning hours.
3y 'Texas desert obbers-
EL PASO, Texas, April 4.-UP)-A -- - _- LAST .TIM
brutal band of desert robbers was JACK OAK I E "RA I
hunted intensively tonight for the
slayings of two California society DAILY 2:00 - 4:00 - 7:00 - 9:00 P
women. Federal agents, police of
two states and sheriff's officers were STARTING WEDNESDAY!
united in a wide-flung search for the
killers of Mrs. Weston G. Frome, 46, Tense Drama of Darin Amer
and her 23-year old daughter, Nancy,
found tortured and beaten to death
amid the mesquite and cacti of West
GRADUATE ELECTED MAYOR OORESOILB EL RO EORGE SANDERS
Paul L. Adams, '36L, was elected __EX'
mayor of Sault Sainte Marie yester- "SEPTEMBER IN CHA
day on the Democratic ticket by a THE RAIN" McCA
vnaiiritv of 250.____________
At Work Camp
Students whc go to the American
Friends Service Committee's Volun-
teer Work Camp in Flint this sum-
mer will help one of the city's agen-
cies construct a park development
there and will work with the Flint
Institute of Research and Planning
in several of its research projects.
One of six to be established
throughout the country, the Michigan
Work Camp will also participate in
discussions with representations of
the General Motors Corp. and of the
United Automobile Workers of Amer-
ica on problems of the automobile in-
W. Elmore Jackson, member of
the Friends Committee, will meet
students interested in becoming
campers at a Society of Friends sup-
per at 6:30 p.m. tomorrow in the
League cafeteria and at a lecture,
after the supper.
Appointments for interviews with
Mr. Jackson tomorrow and Thurs-
day may be made with Emily Morgan
of the Student Religious Association.,
"Work camps," Mr. Jackson said,
"offer an opportunity for selected uni-
versity students to live in an area of
tension, conflict or economic read-
justment for eight weeks of the sum-1
mer, to work on a worthwhile com-
munity project involving physical
labor and to participate in discus-
5 From here Talk
At Chicago Meeting
Five members of the University
mathematics department will present
papers at the 349th regular meeting
of the American Mathematical So-
ciety to be held April 8 and 9, in
Prof. Ben Dushnik will give a paper
"concerning continuous linear orders"1
Dr. R. M. Thrall has as his subjectI
"Apolarity of Trilinear Forms and
Pencils of Bilinear Forms";' E. D.
Rainville will present a paper on I
"The Representation of Periodic Res-
idue Systems Modulo 'm' "; Dr. M. L.
Kales on "A Tauberian Theorem Re-
lated to Leroy Summability"; and
Prof. E. W. Miller will present by'
title a paper entitled "A Note on
Meet Detroit 'etO(I ray
Members of Sigma Rho tau, engi-
neering speech society, will take the
affirmative of the question, "Resolved:
That the St. Lawrence Waterway
Should Be Built," against a team from.
the Detroit Institute of Technology at
8:15 p.m. today in Room 319 of the
Members of the Michigan team will
be Ronald R. Askren, '39, John J.
Hofer, '39, Charles Forbes, '40, and
Harry C. Fisher, '40.
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