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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

WEDNESDAY, APRIL 9, 1941

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Bolgiano Heads.
Cast Of Cerele
Francais la
M y 2, Date Announced
For Society's Annual
French Performance
Cast for "Le Jeu de L'Amour et du
Hasard," the romantic French come-
dy of Pierre Marivaux to be given
May 2 was announced yesterday.
Jeanne Bolgiano, '43, one of the
leads in last year's play, "Les Jours
Heureaux," will take the part of
Lizaette, one of the feminine leads
of the comedy of mistaken identity
and eighteen century manners.
Dorante, the son of a wealthy mer-
chant who comes to see his bride-to-
be disguised as his own lackey will
be played by Kenneth Marble, '41.
The part of the lackey will be taken
by Nebry Barringer, '42.
Elsie Jensen, 42, will take the
second feminine lead who decides to
fool her financee by dressing as her
maid.
The part of Mr. Organ, Silvia's
father, will be played by Robert Lang-
lois, '44, and the part of his son will
be layed by Warner Heineman, '43.
F~rps MOAris 41 will nla thP rnl

New Research Here Expected
To Help In Curing Peritoniti s
By A. P. BLAUSTEIN
By acministering sulfanilimide to patients suffering from peritonitis, Dr.
Frederick A. Coller and Dr. Howard Jackson, both of the surgery staff, be-
lieve that they will be able to almost wipe out the number of deaths caused
by this disease.
Peritonitis, Dr. Coller explained in an interview yesterday, is an infection
m the abdominal area caused by the exposure of the peritoneal membrane
to bacteria. It is frequently brought about by the breaking or bursting of
one of the organs in that part of the body-usually the appendix.
In the past, he declared, approximately half of the persons suffering
from peritonitis died and, despite the rise of medical science, almost one per
cent of the cases at the present time '

ROTC Teams
Will Compete
In Rifle Match 1
Army And Navy Fres men
Will Vie For Trophy,
In GalleryMeet Today;
Two five-man freshman rifle'
squads, representing the local armyj
and navy ROTC units, will compete.
in a gallery match for the newly do-

Victors In Yesterday's Spring
Election Are Alt And Young
By ALVIN DANN
Those who emerged the final victors in yesterday's spring election were
leigh J. Young, Mayor; Glenn L. Alt (R) Council president; Fred C. Perry,
(R) city clerk; Herbert Crippen (R), city assessor, and Jay H. Payne (R)
justice of the peace.
First ward officials chosen were Walter Garthe (R), alderman, and
Fitch D. Forsythe (R), supervisor. Second ward officials were Herbert F.
Sager (R) and Walter Kurtz (D), alderman. Harold J. Finkbeiner (R) will
be supervisor.
Third Ward victors were Fred L. Arnet (R), alderman and Fred J. Wil-
liams (R). Fourth ward officials were Henry T. Conlin (D) and Lester H.

YostTo Be Guest Of Honor
At PittsburghClub Dinner
Fielding H. Yost will be the guest
of honor at a meeting of the Uni-
versity of Michigan Club of Pitts-
burgh today.
He wil be the main speaker of the
meeting and will regale the Pitts-
burgh alumni contingent with his an-
ecdotes, and his ideas of the old and
new in football.

Po'llock (R), aldermen ;

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are fatal.
Dr. Coller and Dr. Jackson began
their work several months ago by
giving peritonitis to dogs (by making
their appendix burst) and then ad-
ministering certain chemotherapeutic
agents such as sulfanilimide. The re-
sults were extremely successful with
the use of sulfanilimide and several
patients in the University Hospital
were later given this chemical. The
results again were successful.
The work which is being done on
this problem here is in keeping with a
Big Ten
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of the -lackey in the production. By GEORGE SALLADE
Given annually by French students, Those old midsemesters and
the play is under the auspices of Le thoughts of Spring Vacation just
Cercle Francais. The faculty directors about brought things to a standstill
for the play are Prof. Rene Talamon, around the Big Ten this week, but
Prof. Charles Koella and Mr. James the conference managed to do a few
O'Neill. interesting things.
Over at Wisconsin they're hav-
ing a Student Government Week to
PI-of. Eddy To Talk increase student interest in theirI
S- . own governing bodies. At the same
V11. al'nS U 1 C time the Student Board without as
much as a whimper from the sur-
The development of modern Span- prised sophomores abolished the
ish music will be the subject of a sophomore class presidency.
lecture to be delivered by Prof. Nel- There's nothing much from that
son Eddy of the Romance Languages Union business involving dance dis-
Department at 4:15 p.m. tomorrow putesaand the like at Illinois, but a
in Room 103 Romance Languages special committee has been appoint-
Building, under the auspices of La ed at Champaign to study the selec-
Sociedad Hispanica. I(tion of campus beauty queens with
a view to restricting them! The
Professor Eddy will discuss the be- university also made a new regula-
ginning of the modern, nationalistic tion. All men with only 90 hours
trend in Spanish music under the credit must live in approved room-
leadership of Felipe Pedrell. It was ing houses.
Pedrell who directed the movement Ohio State has finally settled
among the younger composers to the month-old dispute with the
build popular dance tunes upon the music unions. The local branch of
ancient folk rhythms. To illustrate the American Federation of Musi-
his talk Professor Eddy will play sev- cians and the University agreed
eral recordings, including works by that only union bands may play in
Manuel de Falla and some light opera. university buildings.
This being the last lecture of the The Minnesota Union Board of
season, Prof. Mercado has announced Governors is conducting an expose
that there will be no admission charge of supposed party control of student
and the public is invited. elections. Non-party candidates have

modern surgical trend to do away
with the use of antiseptics because,
they tend to kill the tissue as well
as bacteria.tChemotherapeutic sub-
stances, on, the other hand, prevent
bacteria from growing and do no
harm to tissues.
Recently Dr. Coller and his staff
made another contribution to medi-
cine with their research on delayed
closures. In this type of work, sur-
geons remove from the wound all
dead tissues in which bacteria ° may
grow and then keep it open with a
gauze pack. The gauze stimulates the
activitiy of various substances in the
body which destroy the bacteria.
Another feature of this method, in
addition to dispensing with the use
of antiseptics, is the reduction in the
number of dressings given.
Prof. Chritia
To Give Recital
I oly Week Organ Music
Will Be Heard Today
Prof. Palmer Christian of the School
of Music will offer his annual Hol3
Week organ recital at 4:15 p.m
today in Hill Auditorium and not or
Good Friday as has been his practice
in former years.
Scheduled to be heard on his pro
gram are Frescobaldi's "Toccata per
Y'Elevazione," "Two Chorale Preludes'
by Bach, "Prologus Tragicus' by
Karg-Elert and "Golgotha" by Mal-
ling.
Other selections will be "Hour o
Consecration" by Bossi, "Jesus Meets
His Mother" (from "The Stations of
the Cross") and "Crucifixion" ("Pas
sion Symphony") by Dupre and Good
Friday music from Wagner's opera
"Parsifal."

nated Graf O'Hara marksmanship Brien (D) supervisor.
trophy at 7:30 p.m. today at the mill- Fifth ward victors were William J.
tary rifle range. Saunders (R), alderman and John.
The trophy was offered several H nPielmeer (R), supervisor. Sixth
weeks ago by the Graf O'Hara Post ward winners were Prof. J. B. Waite
423 to the Veterans of Foreign Wars rs (R), alderman and Dr. Warren E
."osymbolize a stimulus to th'e spirit Forsythe (R), supervisor. Seventh
ofo symetiione ms twee te spiandward officials are Sydney P. Cook (R)
of competston btwen e armd y a alderman and Jessie E. Coller (R),
nave units to aid then-A in developingsuevor
tgood marksmanship.' supervisor.
Returns in 35 out of 36 precincts
Students competing on the army in Washtenaw County gave Ann
squad will be George D. Hooper, '44E, Arbor Republican, Alfred Connable,
Albert D. Engstrom, '44, David H. 8,475 while his runnin a mate, Earl
Weisberg, '44E, George C. Valette, '44, Buhrans, got 7.857 votes. The Demo-
and Roland D. Smith. '44E. cratic incumbents, Franklin Cook
Naval riflers will include Morton and Charles Hemans, got 5,014 and
Hunter. '44, captain, Arthur Thorn- 4.619 votes respectively.
son, '44E, Robert Begle, '43, 'Harry In the hotly contested race for
Miller, '44E, and Maitland Comb, state highway commissioner Demo-
'44E. crat G. Donald Kennedy was de-
The Naval ROTC rifle , team feated by his Republican rival, Leroy
emerged victorious in its last inter- Smith, 7,544 to 5,675 for the short
collegiate meet of the season against term and 7,597 to 5,786 for the long
Yale and Tulane, with a score of 1837. term. Eugene R. Elliott, Republican
Yale shot 1740 while Tulane's score candidate for State Superintendent
was 1749. The Michigan Naval ROTC for Public Instruction, got 8,691 votes
team placed ninth out of thirty-one to his Democratic rival's, Edward
teams competing in the Hearst tro- McFarland's 4,480.
phy match. On the non-partisan ballot for

Supreme Court Justices George E.
Bushnell and Edward M. Sharpe got
'6,996 votes and 6,743 votes respective-
ly while their opponents, George Cram
and John Dunham, got 2,750 and
2,868 votes respectively.
For the post on the State Board of
Education Francis Comfort (D)
trailed Wynand Wichers (R) by a
vote of 8,049 to 4,746.

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EASTER SUNDAY Is APRIL 13th? And
it's Easter4ime here, with our great showing of gift
suggestions . . . irncluding richly decorated Easter
packages of WHITMA'S famous Chocolatei, fresh
to us from-the inakers.
SHOWN AIO E V , . EasierFlower
'Basket ... useful for many poss
with a r.h load of Whitman's dfghtfg.
Easter Eggs . .. 5Qa end $1.

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on Easter l)ay, as well as a dinner that will be sure to satis-
fy you, whatever your taste may be.
1or those who live in Ann Arbor as well as those who will re-
mnain here during vacation, The Al/enel offers an excellent
Easter dinner that you can't afford to miss . . . watch for
the menu to be announced Friday, or call 4241 and make
your reservations now°.
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it rough going, they say. . A health
examination of all eligible draftees
on the campus disclosed that 70 per
cent were physically fit.
The Purdue Exponent, Purdue
student newspaper, had an inter-
esting bit of news the other day.
It said the faculty had abolished
final exams. If this hadn't been
announced on April 1, it'd be more
plausible.
Cadet Awards Announced
By ROTC Headquarters
Awards to be made to cadets, for
the year 1940-41 were announced in
a memorandum from ROTC Head-
quarters.
The awards consist of the Ameri-
can Legion Saber, to be given to the
outstanding cadet; the Chicago Tri-
bune medals for the outstanding
cadets in Infantry, Corps of Engin-
eers, Ordnance and Signal Corps;
the Army Ordnance keys, for the
scholastically outstanding senior and
junior in Ordnance; the Scabbard
and Blade ,rophy for the outstand-
?ng sophomore; and awards in marks-
manship and drill,

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for Easter
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Latest KODAKS and BROWNIES
make Excellent Easter Gifts
And here at CALKINSl'FLETCHER'S you will always find the
latest Eastman cameras featured. Capable folding Kodaks, versa-
tile miniature Kodaks, inexpensive Brownies. We'll show you a
camera to fit your price.
Complete Stock of Candy and Cosmetics
We Gift Wrap All Purchases
and Will Mail Anywhere For Yot.
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