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tchess Of Kent
,QNDON, June' 28.--(AlX-The
chess -of Kent, wifc of the youngest
ther of Ding Edward, entered a
don nursing home today to un-
go. a minor operation.
o hint was given regarding the
ure of her operation, but it was
;hasized that it would be a minor
'he Duchess of Kent, the former
:cess Marina of Greece, married
fourth son of the late King
>rge Nov. 29, 1934. They have
son, Price George Nicholas Paul
rick of Kent, born Oct. 9, 1935.
-ing Cadet Killed
SELFRIDGE FIELD, Mich., June
28.-(P)-Flying Cadet Joseph F.
Feaganes of Wytheville, Va., lacked
only a few days of completing two
years in the army air service when he
was killed today in the crash of his
plane near Marysville, O.
He came here about a year ago
after spending a similar time in
training schools at Randolph and
Kelly Fields, Texas. Feaganes was
24 years old and unmarried.
Two Washington State
Women Fliers Found
CAMAS, Wash., June 28.--(/A)-
Mrs. Bertha Robinson, who lives on
a farm near here, reported tonight
two missing women fliers were found
alive but injured on Archer Moun-
tain 14 miles from here. The woman
said an unidentified man asked her
son, Louis, to help bring Mrs. Alyg
Pashburg and Irma Westover both of
Portland, Ore., fromthe wilds.
Details of the women's injuries
The couple took off from Van-
couver, Wash., early yesterday to fly
to Spokane, Wash., for air races.
Army fliers who first sighted the
wreckage this afternoon said they
saw what appeared to be a body. in
the rear cockpit, and said there was
little doubt it was the women's plane.
Thwarted In Marriage
OLD FORGE, N.°Y., June 28.-(/ )--
Ninety-nine year old Charles Jean-
nette faced his wedding hour today
without a bride.
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Linguistic Society Joins
UIniversity In Reviving
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given by men from other institutions.
Prof. George M. Bolling of Ohio State
University will give the first lecture
July' 15. His subject will. be "Hom-
er and Linguistics." The second lec-
ture July 24 will be given by Profes-
sor Kent who will talk on "Progres-
live Assimilation and Dissimilation."
Prof. Franklin Edgerton of Yale
University will lecture July 28 on
"Encroachment of One Literary Lan-
guage upon Another in India" and
July 31 Prof. Leonard Bloomfield of
the University of Chicago will speak
on "Indo-European C om po u nd
Beginning July 2 luncheon con-
ferences will 'be given every Tuesday
and Thursday at the Union. Dis-
cussions led by members of the
staff of the Institute will be held on
various topics of linguistics.
The University was selected as the
location for the revival of the Lin-
guistic Institute because of the ex-
cellent facilities available. Among
them are the researches of the Early
Modern English and Middle English
Dictionaries, the collection of papyri
for students in the Classics and
Coptic and the material from re-
cent excavations in the Near East
for students in Semitic.
Positions Are Open To
Students On Daily Staffs
Any graduate or undergraduate
students of the Summer Session
interested in working on either
the editorial or business staffs of
The Summer Daily should report
to the offices in the Student Pub-
licationsaBuilding on Maynard
Street any day this week.
Positions as reporters on the
editorial staff and assistants on
the business staff are still open,
it was announced last night.
Staff heads emphasized the fact
that experiencemon The Summer
Daily is particularly worthwhile
in view of the fact that the staff
is small and, therefore, an op-
portunity for all varieties of work
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Open With Famous Ibscn
Tragedy; 'Squaring The
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Mrs. Ella Blance Manning before he Other members of the faculty of
was "too old to marry," said she ap- the Institute are Prof. Howard Ken-
peared at his cottage last night and iston of the University of Chicago,
told him she was leaving. and from the University Pro's. Ver-
The undaunted veteran, however, nam C. Hull, Albert H. Marckwardt,
,nnounced he would "go through
ith the arrangements" including a
vedding dinner and boat ride-..
everything but the wedding."
J. S. Communists
NEW YORK, June 28.-(A)-In
frenzied acclamation, Earl W. Brow-
der of Kansas today was nominated
as the Communist party's candidate
for president of the United States.
James W. Ford, Harlem Negro, was
similarly chosen as the candidate for
Twenty-thousand s p e c t a t o r s
packed in Madison tSquare Garden
joined the party's 710 delegates in
creating a bedlam with their lungs
and mechanical noise-makers to rival
recent demonstrations of the major
Browder, son of a Kansas school
teacher, proclaimed Communism as
the only road to "peace, freedom and
security for, all."
A "united peoples' front," he said,
was needed-a union of "the trade
unions, farmers' organizations and
all progressives to unite in a farmer-
Zioncheck Escapes Fro
TOWSON, Md., June 28.-4P)-
Turbulent Rep. Marion A. Zioncheck
of Seattle, Wash., eluded attendants
at the Sheppard Pratt hospital for
mental and nervous disorders today
and fled hatless and coatless into the
He sprang up from among a group
of patients in an exercise yard about
11 a.m. and leaped agilely over a
seven and a half foot wire fence
turned down at the top.
The attendants rushed to detain
him but the fence he had cleared so
easily was too much for them. They
had to go around it and after pur-
suing him briefly they lost him in a
wooded area surrounding the hos
Clarence L. Meader, Ernest A. Phil-
ippson, Walter B. Pillsbury, Leo L.
Rockwell, John W. Stanton, Leon H.
Strong, Leroy Waterman and Joseph
Lorch Resigns As
1Arclii ectural ead
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that publication. He was also a
member of the Order of the Coif, and
remained here after his graduation
until 1934 as research assistant in
the Law School.
The resignation of Prof. Walter W.
Tupper of the botany department be-
cause of ill health was accepted by
the Regents. He had been on leave
since last September because of sick-
ness, but felt that he had not suffi-
ciently recovered to resume teaching
duties. Professor Tupper graduated
from Harvard in 1910, and joined the
department here in 1913.
The executive committee of the
board of directors for the Alumni As-
sociation, announced Saturday by.Dr.
Robbins,. included five members who
will serve in that capacity until Com-
mencement in 1937, at the next an-
nual meeting of the Alumni Associa-
tion. They are Vice-President Shir-
ley W. Smith, Dean James B. Ed-
monson of the School of Education,
Prof. Lewis M. Gram, head of the
civil engineering department, Harry
Nutt, Ann Arbor, and Christian
Matthews, Mt. Clemens.
The Rest in Ann Arbor
HOT MEALS - COLD PLATES
unwise investments. The supporting
cast will include Claribel Baird as
Mrs. Gunhild Borkman, Margaret
Roberton as Mrs. Borkman's maid,
Sarah Pierce as Miss Ella Rentheim,
Charles T. Harrell as Erhart Bork-
man, Ruth Le Roux as Mrs. Fanny
Wilton, Mary Pray as Frida Fo-
dal, and James V. Doll as Vilhelm
Foldal. The action of the play is
Appearing in "Squaring the Circle,"
will be Edward Jurist as Vasya, Vir-
ginia Frink as Ludmilla, Miss Pray
as Tonya Kuznetzova, Virgil Fair-
banks as Sashka, Harrell as Abram,
Morlye Baer as Rabinovitch, Carl
Nelson as Emilian Tonkonogov and
Ralph Bell as Boris Novikov.
Other students of the cast will be
members of the Communist League
of Youth, with Miss LeRoux as Bas-
sova, Milton Halliday as Nikonorov,
Miss Roberton as Martova and Hen-
riette Lee Cohen as Stchepkina. Har-
rell will assist Mr. Windt in direct-
ing this play.
The staff for the Players, in addi-
tion to Mr. Windt and Mr. Crandall,
will include Whitford Kane, dis-
tinguished English actor as guest di-
rector, Alexander Wyckoff as art di-
rector, Evelyn Cohen as costumiere,
Carl Brandt of the speech depart-
ment as business manager, Miss
Pray and Karl Nelson as assistant
Mr. Doll will act as assistant a rt'
director, and Miss Pierce and Mir,>;
Frink will have charge of properties.
Harrell will be in charge of publicity,
while Frank Wurtsmith will act as
electrician.- Guy Carpenter will be
stage carpenter and Robert Mellen-
camp will be stage director.
Season tickets are now on sale
at the box office of the theatre and
are priced at $3.50, $3 and $2.75.
Single admissions are 75, 50 and 35
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