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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

TUESDAY, OCTOBER 15, 1940

Alumnus Dies
In Boston Hotel

Charles B.
Suffers

DuCharme, '06,
Heart Attack

Charles B. DuCharme, '06, former
member of the Board in Control of
Athletics and one of the University's
most active alumni, died Saturday
night in a Boston hotel of a heart
attack suffered after attending the
Harvard football game at Cambridge,
Mass.
He was born in Detroit in 1882 and
attended Detroit University school
before entering Michigan. He mar-
ried the former Isabel Bradbeer who
survives him. There are three chil-
dren, Charles A. DuCharme, II, Jer-
ome C. DuCharme and Mrs. George
S. Brannon.
Mr. DuCharme was secretary of
the D. K. K. Alumni Association of
Detroit, and was a director of the
Michigan Stove Company and the
Security Savings and Loan Company.
Funeral arrangements were delayed
until the return of Mrs. DuCharme
from her winter home in Tryon, N. C.
Open House At Wolverine
Free dancing, free refreshments
and free entertainment willbe prom-
inent features of the Wolverine's sec-
ond annual open house Thursday.
The purpose 'of the open house, ac-
cording to Philip Westbrook, '43L,
will be to acquaint students, faculty
members and townspeople with the
facilities of the world's largest co-
operative.

Pu6/icatkft
Eight pages of photographs de-
voted to campus material, regular
feature articles of major campus in-
terest-these are some of the fea-
tures of the New Gargoyle, which
will make its first appearance of the
year Thursday, according to Dave
Donaldson, '41, editor of the maga-
zine.
Two pages of the most handsome
freshman men and most, beautiful
freshman women will be included in
the photographic section, as well as
a Preposterous Person layout, fea-
turing the Union President, Douglas
Gould.
*I * *
Among the features of the year's
first Michigan Technic, which will
be distributed sometime tomorrow,
is an editorial entitled "And Or Re-
search" which deals with the ques-
tion of how much time now spent on
research in pure science should be
devoted to military work.
Faculty advisers and student ed-
itorial board of Perspectives; campus
literary magazine, will meet at 7:36
today in the Student Publications
Building, Ellen Rhea, '41, editor-in-
chief of the publication, announced
today. The first issue of the maga-
zine is scheduled to appear Sunday,
Oct. 27.

The new Francis C. McMath Me-
morial Telescope was dedicated at
the University's McMath-Hulbert
Observator at Lake Angelus Satur-
day night.
The dedication was marked by the
unveiling of a bronze memorial tab-
let on the pier of the new instrument,
which was erected in memory of the!
late Francis C. McMath, one of the
founders of the MCMath-Hulbert
Observatory, and an honorary cur-
ator of the observatories of the Uni-
versity of Michigan until his death
in 1938.
The telescope, with a pyrex pri-
mary mirror of 24% inches diame-
ter, replaces the original 10% -inch
pyrex telescope of the observatory.
The greater light-gathering power
of the new instrument will make it
far more efficient for the work of
the observatory. It will be used for
motion picture records of the moon,
the planets and their satellites, and,
in conjunction with a spectrohelio-
kinematograph,, motion pictures of
solar phenomena.
Christian To Give

Wolfe; Sigma Chi, Leigh Barksdale,
Fred Betzhold, Richard Bieneman.
Bruce Brown, Eugene Brown, Sam
DeLancey, William Hamilton, Rich-
ard Johnston, Jack Karwales. George
jKozloff, David Lee. Gordon McKen-
zie, Charles Thatcher.
Sigma Nu, Philip DeYoung, George
Dunton, John Grandy, William Hart-
wig, Charles Hess, Albert Maisel,
Russ Miller, Edward Powers, Robert
Shaffer, George Schumacher, Quinn
Wright; Sigma Phi, John Adams,
John Aigler, Jack Carlson, James
Davidson, Hugh Dinsmore, Thomas
Droste, Robert Green, William Her-
bert, Alvin Jacobson, Anson Laufer,
Clayton Lewis, Allen Mactier, Allan
Mundt, Vincent Oatis, Edgar Orr,
Henry Schmidt, John Wiese.
Sigma Phi Epsilon, Clarence Brim-
mer, John Cregan, Donald Lessig,
Charles Ransom, Richard Rawden,
George Roney, George Sloane, Don-
ald Smith, William Steinhagen, James
Swan;. Theta Chi, William Dorrance,
Charles Droman, Richard Emery,
Robert Housel, Edward Potthoff, An-
David Foley, Joseph Murphy, Char-
les Low, Frank Lahr, Robert
Housel. Edward Trytten, Wilbur
Zipp; Theta Delta Chi, Paul R. Bar-
ker, Warren Burgess, Harvey Corn-
well, Robert Dull, John Flagler, John
Huttlinger, Albert Low, James Marsh,
Peter Molthop, GeorgeRobertson,
Richard Schell, Janney Nichols, Paul
Clement.
Theta Xi, William Adam, Warren
Bullard, John Brackett, Ralph De-
Vries, John Hunter, Robert Shipps,
Paul Jennens, Blaine Johnson, Earl
Gardner, Warren Jorgenson, John
Lourim, Thomas McKenna, Silvio
Mayo, Frank Morrison, Lee Nelson,
David Pusack, Wesley Peters, John
Thoms, David Wehmeyer; Triangle,
Harry Gumaer, James Hull, Daniel
Klute, James Plenge, Edward Snyder,
William Weatherwax;' Trigon, James
Bazley, Sam Eastman, Donald How-
ell, Karl Read, John Shaughnesy,
William Thompson.
Zeta Beta Tau, Henry Bloch, Mar-
vin Bloom, Bernard Brown, Richard
Cole, Jay Cooper, William Davidson,
Martin Feferman, Harold Frank,
Warner Heineman, Cornell Janeway,
Richard Kahn, Kenneth Kardon,
Haskell Kellner, Warren Laufe, Ar-
thur Mann, Norman Schwartz, Dan
Seiden, Ora Sievers, Joseph Silver-
smith, Edwin Weil; Zeta Psi, Lester
Armold, Edwin Menz, Frank Schell,
Bernard Sarraster, Russell Tree.

Francis C. Mci thi Fraternity Pledges
Memorial Reflector (Continued from Page 3)
Formally Dedicated Harvey Robbins, Melvin Silver, Fred
Stenbuck. Robert Weinberg, Howard

DAILY OFFICIAL
BULLETIN
(Continued from Page 4)
9:00 p.m. Identification cards must
be presented at the time of purchase.
The Program Committee of Thea-
tre Arts will meet on Wednesday,
Oct. 16, at 5:00 p.m. in the League.
Graduate Student Activities Night:
Building on Wednesday, Oct. 16, from
8:00-12:00 midnight. Short talks by
President Ruthven and Dean Yoak-
um. Inspection of building, dancing
to Bill Gail's Orchestra, classical
music, bridge and refreshments.
Graduate students and faculty only
are invited.
Avukah, Student Zionist organi-
zation, will sponsor a Succoth party
on Wednesday, Oct. 16, at 7:30 p.m.
at the Hillel Foundation. The pro-
gram will include social dancing, a
talk on the modern significance of
the holiday by Herbert London, and
refreshments. All Hillel members
are cordially invited.
Art Committee, Theatre Arts, will
meet on Wednesday, Oct. 16, 4:30
p.m. in the League. Attendance is
compulsory and promptness essen-
tial. Bring eligibility cards.
Dance at Harris Hall on Saturday'
night following the Michigan-Illi-
nois game. Small charge. All Epis-
copal students and their friends in-.
vited.

TYPING-IS
TYPING-L. M. Heywood, 414 May-
nard St.. phone 5689. 9c
VIOLA STEIN - Experienced legal
typist, also mimeographing. Notary
public. Phone 6327. 706 Oakland.
MISCELLANEOUS- 20
MORE MONEY for your old clothes.
Good clothes for sale. Ben the
Tailor. 122 E. Washington. le
SEWING-Coats and dresses short-
ened and altered. Reasonable
prices. Across from Stockwell
2-2678. 65
MIMEOGRAPHING, addressing and
varied other services are offered by
Edwards Letter Shop at 711 N.
University. Phone 2-2846, 4c
Wednesday evenings, 7:30 to 8:30,
in the Lounge of the Women's Ath-
letic Building. Emphasis will be
placed upon the teacher-training op-
portunities for students from Com-
munity Recreation courses, but any
University students may enroll for
the course. First meeting Wednes-1
day, October 16, at 7:30 p.m. No
tuition charge.
The first of a series of four lee-
Lures on "The Nature of Man," spon-
sored by the Student Religious As-
sociation, will be given by Dr. Mar-
tin Fischer of the University of Cin-
cinnati in the Rackham Lecture Hall,
Thursday, October 17, at 8:15 p.m.

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Program

TRANSPORTATION -21
WASHED SAND AND GRAVEL --
Driveway gravel, washed pebbles.
Killins Gravel Company. Phone
7112. 50
Football Pool Smashed
DETROIT, Oct. 14.-UP)-With the
arrest of three men, police announced
today the smashing of a state-wide
footbairl pool.

In his second organ recital of the
year at 4:15 p.m. tomorrow in Hill
Auditorium Prof. Palmer Christian
of the School of Music will present
a varied program ranging from
church music to impressionistic com-
position.

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