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TilE MICHIGAN DAILY

FT~iMh,7, MA !')E95

Over Fifty Groups Plan City's
Greatest Memorial Day Rites

RECEPTION PLANNED:
La Soijedad Hispaiia' Will
Present Program of Music

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late plans to make this years observ-
ance a success.
Little Enthusiasm
To date there has been little en-
thusiasm shown by University or-
ganizations. Mr. Hayhow requests
that any groups interested in parti-
cipating in the parade and services
to be held at the city hall, contact
him or Mr. Christman of the Ann
Arbor Chamber of Commerce.
Program Prepared
The program for the Memorial day
services is being prepared by Judge
Jay Payne, of the Municipal Court.
The program will start with a huge
parade starting at 10 a. m. EWT and
finish with Memorial Day Rites at the
City Hall. Should weather prohibit
a parade the Services will be held
in Yost Field House.
Due to the proposed holiday it is
unlikely that the naval and military
contingents on the campus will par-
ticipate as a unit. However, it is ex-
pected that volunteer groups from
the service units will be represented.

EXPLOSION ROCKS BATTERED U. S. S. FRANKLIN-Debris flies aloft and crewmen run for safety as
an explosion rocks the burning Essex-class carrier U. S. S. Franklin, hit by Japanese bombs less than
60 miles from the Japanese mainland, where she wa s one of a force of U. S. ships attacking the Japa-
nese fleet in the Inland Sea action.

A program of Spanish music will
be heard at La Sociedad Hispanica
reception at 8 p. m. EWT (7 p. m.
CWT) tomorrow in the Assembly
Room of the Rackham Building, An-
ne Partney, chairnmn, announced
yesterday.
Soloists to Perform
Honoring Prof. Charles Wagner,
who is retiring from the Romance
Language department, and the cast
of "Zaragueta," the reception will
include Spanish numbers by the fol-
lowing soloists: Mrs. Elena C. Vlisi-
des, vocalist, accompanied by Mrs.
John Morrow; Alfredo Pinillos, musi-
cal saw, accompanied by William P.
Giuliano, teaching fellow in Spanish;
ald Helen Sloan, accordian. Mem-
bers of the "Zaragueta" cast will pre-
Sutler Rcie
U Fellowship
Rosenwald Awards
For 1945 Presented
Dr. Martin R. Sutler has received
one of -the 46 fellowships awarded
by the Julius Rosenwald Fund for
1945, it was learned yesterday.
Dr. Sutler, who attended the Uni-
versity, is now practicing surgery at
the Freedman's Hospital at Wash-
ington, D. C. Formerly, he practiced
pathology under Dr. Coller at the
University Hospital, and plans to
return to Michigan.

sent a scene from the play.
Following the musical program, of
which Miss Partney and Bunny
Brettschneider are in charge, re-
freshments will be served and Mrs.
Herbert A. Kenyon, Mrs. Hayward
Keniston, Mrs. Charles Wagner, and
Mrs. Jose M. Albaladejo will pour:
Two Scholarships
Winners of two scholarships to
the University of Mexico, awarded
annually by La Sociedad Hispanica
will be announced.
All members of La Sociedad His-
panica, of the English Language
House, of the French and Spanish
faculty, and the Latin-American So-
ciety are cordially invited. Their
friends are invited to come for danc-
ing from 9:30 p. m. to 12 midnight.
4 RECOR DS

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Buckets and tags may be- pi
up at 7:45 a. m. EWT (6:45 a
CWT) in room 4, Universityl
and should be returned ther
the end of the day. Coeds
asked not to leave their postsi
relieved. m
Center of Diagonal-Kappa
pha Theta.
Engine Arch-Kappa K
Gamma.
Behind Library-Chi Omega
Romance Language Bldg.-S
sis.
Alumni Memorial Hall-K
Delta."
Union Steps-Gamma Phi
State Street entrance to Ar
-Newberry.
North end of Angell Hall-E
Gamma.
Front steps of Angell Hall-(
des House.
Corner Hill & State-Day H
Corner East U. and South
Alpha Phi.
North side WAB-Stockwell
South side of Waterman Gy
Stockwell.
University Hospital-Mosher
Front of Yeague - Washte
House.
Center of Law Quad-Ma
Cook.
North Door West Quad-A
Omicron Pi.
East Quad-Alpha Gamma7
ta.
Corner State and Liberty-B
Barbour.
Couzens Hall-Jordan.
Between Clements Library
President Ruthven's home-D
Delita Delta.
Between University High Sc
and Art School-Alpha Delta]
Northeast corner Main and'
liams-Alpha Xi Delta.
Southwest corner Main and1
liams-Alpha Chi Omega.
Northeast corner Main andl
erty--Sigma Delta Tau.
Southwest corner Main and7
erty-Zeta Tau Alpha.
Northeast corner Main
Washington--Pi Beta Phi.
Northwest corner Main
Washington-Alpha Epsilon PI
Downtown stores to be canva
by Chicago House.

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AT THE
RADIO RECORD SHOP
71S N. UNIVERSITY

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TODAY and
Saturday

WMEN AWAIT RESCUE FROM BURNING CARRIER-Crewmen (circle) of the U. S. S. Franklin
t rescue as the listing carrier burns close to the Japanese coast March 19. The ship survived, but
wined more than 1,000 casualties. (AP Wirephoto from U. S. Navy)

Captured Copy
Of Mein Kimpf
Presented to U'
Major Fenimore E. Davis, formerly
instructor of Anesthesia, Department
of Surgery, now with the Army Medi-
cal Corps. in Germany, has sent a
gilt edged, leather bound edition of
Hitler's "Mein Kampf," the cover
of which was damaged by steel shrap-
nel, to F. Clever Bald, University
War Historian.
This book is one of five million
copies printed for the anniversary of
Hitler's 50th birthday. Major Davis
enclosed a note in the volume ex-
plaining that he had found the book
in the ruins of an office. The note
was written on the company station-
ary of a factory located at Ludwig-
shafen on the Rhine.
Smith Ejected From Hotel
SAN FRANCISCO, May 17-(R')-
Gerald L. K. Smith, leader of the
"America First" party, was quietly
ejected from the Mark Hopkins hotel
lobby tonight. He had planned to
give a speech there.

Franklin Planes Wrecked...

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another as the planes and then the
magazines blew up.
"We had about 50 tons of bombs,
torpedoes and rockets and about 50
tons of other stuff aboard and it all
went up," the captain said.
"The first explosion knocked me
down and when I got to the bridge
the flames were shooting out of the
hangar deck and enveloped the whole
forward flight deck.
Explosion Shook Carrier
"All the explosions shook the ship
pretty badly and knocked a lot of
people off into the water. Some
of the stuff dropped through to the
hangar deck and one explosion killed
everyone forward on the hangar
deck.
"About 8 o'clock we transferred
Admiral Ralph Davison and his flag
staff to another ship. By that time
the men in the engine rooms were
collapsing; it was about 130 degrees
down there and filled with smoke.
Set Instruments for Japan
"I told them to set all instruments
so that we could keep steaming, and
get out. We were heading straight
for Japan and couldn't do anything

about it because we couldn't steer but {
we had to keep moving.
"We kept right on running for
about 45 minutes, although there was
nobody in the engine rooms. Then
we went dead in the water.
"Many of the men jumped over-
board or were blown overboard and
some were picked up by other ships.
The Cruiser Santa Fe had come up
and we were transferring the stretch-
er cases and others who were badly
wounded. We got the last of the
stretcher cases over about noon."

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PAUL MUNI
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PERSONALS
PERSONAL: Men of Michigan. Does
she always say "No"? Are you using
the wrong approach? Let Sheeben
Around advise you. Write to box 5.
care Daily.

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