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THE MICHIGAN DAILYsssTUis
The News Of The World As Illustrated In Associated Press Pictures ULASI

June Vlasek, a "veteran" of wo
years in the films despite her
youth, displays her diploma re-
ceived upon graduation from high
scheal in Beverly Hills, Cal.

Howard Allgood.(above), chief of
police in Oskaloosa, Ia., pleaded
not guilty when arigned on sec-
ond degree murder charges grow-
ing out of the fatal wounding of
a youth in a liquor raid. Allgood's
hearing was set for July 7.

The former Prince of the Asturias, eldest son of former King hD Ak;I1
Alfonso of Spain, is shown with his bride, daughter of a wealthy u PIER
Cuban merchant, after their marriage in Switzerland.

Joshua L. Johns, lawyer of Al-
goma, Wis., was elected president
of Kiwanis International at the
Los Angeles convention of the or-
ganization
League Contract Bridge
To Commence Tomorrow
The first of a series of six con-
tract bridge lessons sponsored by the
League will be held at 7:30 p. m.
tomorrow it was announced yester-
day by Ann Mitchell who will be in
charge of the affairs.
John Matthes will instruct all
those who wish to attend, it was said.
A charge of 25 cents per lesson will
be made. The lessons will be held at
the same time every Wednesday
night.
EDUCATION CLUB TO MEET
Members of the Women's Educa-
tion Club and their friends will be
entertained at 7:15 p. in. tomorrow
at a garden party at the League. In-
vitations have been extended to all
students and women of the faculty
interested in education.

Meader Will Lecture On
Teachings Of Tolstoy
Dr. Clarence L. Meader, professor
of Latin, Sanskrit, and general lin-
guistics, will speak at 5 p. ri. Friday
in Natural Science Auditorium on
Tolstoy's teachings. The lecture is a
part of the summer program of the
Toystoy League, a campus organiza-
tion having for its purpose the ac-
quainting of students with the re-
ligio-philisophical doctrines of Count
Leo Toystoy.
Professor Meader is a prominent
linguist, credited with having a read-
ing and speaking knowledge of more
than 100 languages. He recently mas-
tered two foreign languages in two
days.
REEVES RECEIVES HONOR
Prof. Jesse S. Reeves, chairman of
the political science department, has
received the honorary degree of Doc-
tor of Laws at Williams College, it
was learned yesterday. Professor
Reeves is William W. Cook Profes-
sor of American Institutions in the
University.
SOUTHERN CLUB TO MEET
Members of the Southern Club, an
organization of students and faculty
members who have lived in the
South, will meet for the first time
during the Summer Session at 7:30 p,
m. tomorrow on the front steps of
Angell Hall. Officers have urged that
all southerners attend the program
planned for the meeting.
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