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Daily Of ficial Bulletin J
PWXUM ain b the Bulletin is constructive notice to all numbers
cc a Univernity. Copy received at the office of the Dean of the
Bmw e essIon until 3:30, excepting Sundays. 11:30 am. Saturday.t
VOLUME XI THURSDAY, AUGUST 13, 1931 NUMBER 39
Diploma Fees: Students expecting to complete during the current1
Summer Session the requirements for degrees or for teacher's diplomas
are requested to call at the office of the Secretary of the School or1
College in which they are enrolled and fill out the necessary blanks
preparatory to the payment of the fees to the University Treasurer.Q
Examination Schedule: All students in the Colleges of Literature,1
Science, and the Arts, Engineering and Architecture, and Pharmacy,
and in the Schools of Dentistry, Music, and Education who desire creditJ
for work done in the Summer Session will be required to pass examina-
tions at the close of the session according to the following schedule:
Hours of Recitation: 8, 9, 10, 11.
Time of Examination: Thursday, 8-10, Friday, 8-10, Thursday 2-4,{
Friday 2-4.
Hour of Recitation, 1, 2, 3, all other hours.
Time of Examination: Thursday, 4-6, Thursday, 10-12, Friday, 10-12,
Friday, 4-6.
Student's Recital: The following program will be given at the School
of Music on Maynard Street by Gwendolyn Zoller, soprano, accompanied
by Laura Whelan and Mildred Stanger, pianist, students in the School
of Music this evening, at 8:15 o'clock.
Handel: Ah Mio Cor; Scarlatti: O Cessati di piagarmi; Paisiello:
Chi vuol la Zingarella; Respighi: Nebbie (Gwendolyn Zoller); Grieg:
Ballade (Mildred Stanger); Thomas: Aria, "Connais tu le payes" from
"Mignon" (Miss Zoller); Goossens: Gargoyles; Goossens: The Marion-
ette Show; Scott: Lotus Land; Sowerby: Money Musk (Miss Stanger);
Handel: O Sleep! Why dost thou leave me? from "Semele" Roger
Quilter: A Land of Silence; Head: Nocturne; Homer: Sing to me, Sing
(Mis Zoller). Charles A. Sink
Mathematical Club: A meeting will be held today at 4 p.m. in Room
206 UNIVERSITY HALL. Professor Rainich will speak on "Additivity
and non-additivity." Professor Anning will speak on "The High School
Mathematics Club." All interested are invited.
Pi Lambda Theta will hold the final meeting of the year at the
Michigan League at 7:30 today.
Esther L. Belcher
Voice Training Classes: Dr. Charles Norman Granville, President
of the Chicago Conservatory of Music, will give a demonstrative lecture
on "Voice Training in Classes" at Morris Hall today at 4:30.
David Mattern
The Indiana University Club of the University of Michigan will
have a dinner meeting Friday, 6:30 p.m. at the Ann Arbor Golf Club-
house. Informal. All alumni and former students, of Indiana Univer-
sity are invited to attend. Please telephone 7448 or University of Michi-
gap extension 673 by Thursday evening for reservation. Dinner 75
cents.
Comprehensive Examination for the Teacher's Certificate: A com-
prehensive professional examination required for the Teacher's Certifi-
cate will be given in the Auditorium of the University High School
on Saturday, August 15th, from 9 to 12 o'clock. All students expecting to
secure the Teacher's Certificate at the end of the Summer Session are
required to take this examination. Full details respecting the nature
and procedure of this examination can be had from the Recorder,
School of Education, Room 1437 University Elementary School.
C. 0. Davis, Secretary
Graduate Students in Mathematics: A number of inquiries have
come from students who wish to elect two hour courses in Mathematics
which meet on Saturday. It is requested that any students interested
in such courses leave their names and the courses they desire to elect
with the department secretary, 3012 Angell Hall. If the demand is
sufficient to warrant it, such courses will be offered beginning with the
second semester of the coming college year.
Graduate School: All graduate students who expect to complete
their work for a degree at the close of the present summer session
should call at the office of the Graduate School, 1014 Angell Hall, to
check thei records and to secure the proper blank to be used in paying
the diploma fee. The fee must be paid before the end of the summer
session, August 21. G. Carl Huber, Dean
Faculty Concert: Professor Guy Maier, Pianist, assisted by Romine
Hamilton, Violinist, and members of his piano class will give two re-
citals in Lydia Mendelssohn Theatre as follows, to which the general
public will be admitted by ticket. On account of the limited seating
capacity of the auditorium, tickets have been prepared and will be
given out at the office of the School of Music so long as the supply
lasts. Not more than two tickets will be given to any one person.
Monday, August 17, 8:15 "A Musical Journey in Austria and Bavaria,"
Guy Maier, Lecturer and Pianist, assisted by Romine Hamilton, Violinist.
Illustrated with lantern slides and music by Mozart, Brahms and ohann
Strauss.

Tuesday, August 18, 8:15. 1. Debussy's Ballet "La Boite a Joujoux"
played and told by Guy Maier with colored slide illustrations. 2. "Wan-
dering with Schubert in Austria" with slide-illustrations. Music by Schu-
bert. Evelyn Swarthout, Harold Gelman, Roland Dittl and Stanley
Fletcher, pianists. Charles A. Sink
Music Publication Exhibit: Mr. E. G. Hanson, representing G. Schir-
mer, Inc., is conducting an exhibition of Schirmer Publications in the
auditorium of the School of Music on Maynard Street.
Music students and others interested in the exhibition are in-
vited to attend. Charles A. Sink
There will be a picnic at 6 o'clock this afternoon for Presbyterian
students at the Presbyterian Church House, 1432 Washtenaw Avenue.
Lutheran Students: Picnic for Lutheran Students and their friends
at Newport Beach, Portage Lake, Friday evening, August 14th. Meet at
Zion Parish Hall, 309 E. Washington St., by 4:00 o'clock. Those desiring
transportation please call Rev. R. N. McMichael (7464) by Friday noon.

PARENTS OF SLAIN DISCONSOLATE
HOLIDAY JAUNT ENDED IN TRAGEDY

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(Continued from Page Three) ticket taker knew the boys and
tity of whisky mash. Paul Keene they had not been there.
said he had slept alone in the shack The inquiry being made at blind
pigs and dance halls in the vicinity
Monday night and that he thought is based on the theory that they
his brother had slept outside, under visited some of them and were fol-
a tree. Two rifles were found in lowed by the persons who eventu-
the shanty, but neither fits the .38 ally killed them.
calibre bullet taken from Lore's That they had been parked on
Pody. the lonely road less than two hours
The stains suspected of being was shown by the statement of
blood were found on a pair of Wadislow Pokriefka, a truck gard-
freshly washed trousers, hanging ener, living nearby, who said he
near the shack, on a pair of sus- drove along the road between 3:15
penders and on an undershirt. and 3:30 a. m. and saw no car
Prosecutor Rapp said the smear on parked there.
the undershirt looked as if a bloody The light of the burning car was
hand had been drawn across it first noticed by Harvey Santure, a
open. farmer living nearby, at about 5
Try to Trace Whereabouts. a.m.
Not the least baffling part of the Bodies of the two girls probably
mystery is where the couples spent will be taken to Cleveland sometime
the night. They were first reported today. The Ypsilanti DeMolay
to have attended a motion picture lodge will conduct funeral services
show in Ypsilanti during the eve- for the two boys Friday.
ning, but Prosecutor Rapp said the An inquest was set for 1 o'clock
yesterday afternoon under the di-
ICI rection of Dr. Edward C. Ganzhorn,
coroner. Jurors impaneled are Mi-
{ chael Neekel and Warden Geer, of
DEthe firm of Stevens & Bush, Ypsi-
HH[N lanti undertakers, Cyril Lamb and
Victor Bates of Ypsilanti and G.
Harold Bastien and Earl J. Hilligan
of Ann Arbor.
Dr. Bugher orally will give his
fndings of the autopsy and is ex-
Swimmng Parties Are Only Part pected to disclose just how the four
of Summer Program met death.
Remaining. YPSILANTI, Mich., Aug. 12.-(;P)
GIVE CLASS EXHIBITION -A pale faced, broken hearted
. mother, inconsolable since Tuesday
noon when she learned that her
Tap, Rhythm, Natural Dancing only daughter was one of four
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Are Forms Presented at
Open Night.
With an open dancing class held
yesterday afternoon, the women's
physical educational department
brought to a close all of its summer
activities except the swimming
parties.
The class, which was held at 3
o'clock in Barbour gymnasium, was
made up of tap, rhythm, and nat-
ural dancing, including every type
of dancing work which has been
done in the department this sum-
mer.
Both of the classes for young
children to which Miss Emily White
has been giving rhythm work, show-
ed the manner in which they inter-
pret with bodily movements what
they hear in music. They closed
their part of the program with a
band in which each child played a
drum or cymbals, keeping time to
the piano music which accompan-
ied their program.
The young children were folowed
by a group, of six University stu-
dents who haye been studying nat-
ural dacing this summer under
Miss White.
Dances Original.
Their program was made up of
the fundamental exercises used in
limbering up the body and two
dances which they themselves
made up. The women in the natur-
al dancing class were: Elizabeth
Whitney, Mary Renshaw, Alice
Westendarp, Irene Pugsley, Rose
Strausser, and eJanette Saurborn.
Miss Jean Hall, who has been
teaching tap dancing here this
summer directed the second half
of the program which was made up
entirely of that sort of work.
Beginners Perform.
The beginning tap class did five
dances; the Dixie, the Irish, the
Dutch, the Waltz, and the Blues.
This included most of the dances
which they have had this summer
and which were based primarily on
the elementary steps.
Rose Strausser, who is an ad-
vanced student in this work, did a
Buck dance alone which was fol-
lowed by six other dances by stu-
dents in the advanced classes. They
were: Baby's Party by Jeanette
Saurborn and Miss Strausser; Rope
Waltz by Mary Renshaw, Mrs. E.
Reeves and Miss Strausser; Three-
fourths Time, At Sea, A Melody, and
Rhythm, all four of which were
done by the entire advanced class.

young persons founu earlier in the
day, slain and burned in one of
Washtenaw County's most gruesome
tragedies, turned today from her
own sorrow to the role of comfort-
er.

DIAMONDS

The mother, Mrs. Rudolph Gold,
who in the course of three days saw
a long awaited holiday turned to
deepest despair, is staying her grief
to comfort her friend, Mrs. Bert
Lore. Mrs. Lore's 18-year-old son,
Harry, also was a victim.
Rallying from hysteria which
held her most of Tuesday after-
noon, Mrs. Gold said she would
"buck up."
"My loss is the whole world to
me," she said. "But I can't forget
that Harry is gone, too, and that
Anna May and the other young
men will be here no more. I don't
see how I can go on living without
Vivian but I'm going to do what I
can for Harry's mother," and, ner-
vously pulling at her handkerchief,
tear soaked, she made a feeble ef-
fort to console her friend.
Joy Becomes Grief.
"Anna May" was Ann May Har-
rison, Vivian's chum, who last
week started with the Golds from
Cleveland for a vacation trip to
Ypsilianti and Detroit. The girls
had looked forward to the visit for
months and there was a happy re-
union last week when the families
saw each other for the first time
in a year.
Mr. Lore's brother's wife is a sister
of Mrs. Gold, and the families feel
close to each other. Harry and
Vivian were pals, and Monday
night, Vivian, Anna May, Harry
and Thomas Wheatley, Harry's
friend went for a ride.

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