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January 07, 1936 - Image 2

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WAGE TWO

THIE MIOCIGANSDAILY

- TUESDAY, JANUARY 7, 1936

Appointments
In R.O.T.C. Unit
Are Announced
Hurley Madie A Captain;
Reuther And Liui Also
Are Promoted
Additional appointments in the
University R.O.T.C. regiment were
announced yesterday by Lieut.-Col.
Frederick C. Rogers, commandant of
the unit.
Wesley C. Hurley, 137E, was made
a captain, William F. Routher, '3$E,
a first lieutenant, and Cheng Y. Liu,
'37E, a sergeant. The following
sophomore appointments to the po-
sition of corporal were also listed:
J. H. Abraham, John Alden, D. M.
Alexander, W. F. Anderson, V. J.
Andres, W. B. Archer, R. E. Barrett,
D. E. Basler, J. H. Beyer, K. M. Bo-
vee, R. L. Brooks, C. H. Clement, Jr.,
W. L. Cogger, J. E. Cornelius, R. C.
Crawford, S. F. Crook.
J W. Cummisky, J. J. Czajkowski,
H. C. Downer, H. G. Dunks, H. R.
Doud, J. J. Earley, A. G. Ellick, K. G.
Emery, R. L. Frank, R. S. Frazier,
W. P. Freas, Jr., R. E. Fryer, G. R.
Conrad, H. B. Gandel, G. J. Gary, C.
A. Gerstacker, G. M. Goldman, W. E.
Goodale, J. T. Guernsey.
L. B. Hall, G. W. Hammersmith, J.
W. Hart, F. E. Howard, R. G. Jaed-
ecke, H. C. Janura, R. W. Johnson,
F. R. Jones, E. B. Katzenmeyer, K.
Kelly, F. M. Kimpton, A. H. Lovell,
Jr., A. B. Lundahl, C. S. Lurie, M. W.
MacLean, J. A. Margwarth, S. P.
Martin, Jr., W. H. Mason, H. E. Moer-
man, C. L. Morgan, R. S. Moser.
F. C. MacTernan, F. S. Neuman, R.
H. Nims, J. Oliver, W. R. Parsons, G.
T. Peterson, R. A. Pommerening, R.
M. Prince, W. J. Ray, H. L. Remmel,
D. T. Rudgers, H. C. Rudolph, R. W.
Sinn, Goff Smith, A. J. Soloway, R.
E. Speer.
W. F. Sheldon, H. S. Teitelbaum, J.
A. T hompson, W. A. Trebilcock, W. C.
Truckenmiller, M. G. Turner, R. D.
Walser, F. A. Weber, D. M. Whitsell,
R. M. Wilkins, J. G. Young, R. S.
'Young, F. F. Ypnick and J. F. Zeder.
Prof. Abbot Gives Books
To Journalism Library
Prof. Waldo M. Abbot, director of
the University broadcasting service,
has donated nine recent books to
Kappa Tau Alpha's journalism li-
brary, it was announced today.
The books deal -.with present con-
ditions in Germany, Russia, Italy,
Spain, and China, and the current
political scene in the United States.
It is the first donation of books
coming from outside the journalism
department and increases the nUMi-
ber of books on hand to 45.

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An official Ethiopian communique reported the entire town of
Daggah Bur, in the southern sector, and its Egyptian Red Cross unit
had been destroyed by a deluge of bombs dropped by Italian airmen.
A Swedlish hospital unit was destroyed a week earlier in a similar
bombing at Dolo, in the far South.

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WINDT BACK FROM CHICAGO
Valentine B. Windt, director of
Play Production, returned yesterday
morning from the National Theatre
Convention, held in conjunction with
the Convention of Speech Teachers
in Chicago. Mr. Windt addressed
directors of college theatres and civic
little theatres on "Correlating Music
and Dance with Dramatic Produc-
tions."
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WHITE TO SPEAK IN DETROIT
Prof. A. E. White, director of en-
gineering research, will speak before
the annual meeting of the Society
of Automotive Engineers, t be held
in the Book-Cadillac Hotel, Detroit,
Jan. 13 to 17.
Professor White's paper will be op
"Trends in Automotive Alloys," anl
is scheduled for 2 p.m., Jan. 13.

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pile. But Grandma got some Duco
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good as new. Then she got a can of
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