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T I W TCICX~N EAL

T" SDAY, JANUARY 30, 1939

?AGE TWO r 'THURSDAY, JANUARY 30, 193(~

Albion Senator
Gets Free Trip
To Washington
Baldwin, Chairman Of Oil
Investigations Group, Is
Accused Of Poor Ethics
LANSING, Jan. 29. - (M) - State
Senator Joseph A. Baldwin, of Al-
bion, chairman of the Legislative
Committee investigating trade prac-
tices in the oil industry, revealed
Tuesday that independent oil deal-
ers had paid his expenses on a re-
cent four-day trip to Washington.
The revelation drew from Speaker
George A. Schroeder a charge that
such an action was "unprecedented
and unethical," and the added com-
ment that "I consider the whole val-
ue of the investigation has been lost
through Senator Baldwin's actions."
A Private Citizen
Baldwin retorted that he believed
Schroeder "is being ridiculous - any
time I can make a trip like that at
somebody else's expense I certainly
shall do it."
Baldwin explained that as he in-
terpreted it, he made the trip as a
private citizen and not as chairman
of the committee, although while in
Washington he coferred with De-
partment of Justice authorities, ask-
ing them whether they intended to
take any action in the Michigan oil
men's conflict.
Baldwin headed a joint commit-
tee of the House and Senate which
has spent all but $500 of its $5,000
appropriation for an inquiry into
charges that major oil companies
have attempted to control oil prices
and drive small competitors out of
business.
'Partial? - True!'
Baldwin said that he went to
Washington with Hazen J. Patch,
of Marshall, attorney for independent
oil dealers who made the charges
Gordon E. Tappan, assistant At-
torney General; John Cox, of Ann Ar-
bor, a representative of the Michigan
Petroleum Association, and Roy R.
Fisher, of Detroit, vice-president of
the National Oil Marketers Associa-
tion.
"Certainly the independents paid
my expenses," he said. "I went as
a private citizen. I reserve that right.
"If I am accused of being partial
to the interests of the independent
dealers - well that's true.
"We went down and discussed our
findings with the United States De-
partment of Justice. I went as a
citizen and not as chairman of the
Legislative Committee."
Attempt To Get
Aid In Building
Dormitory Told
Government Refused Gift
For Building Funds To
UniversityLast Fall
(Continued from Page 1)
Michigan legislature convenes again
for its regular biennial session in the
fall of 1937.
"We would have started building
some time ago, if it hadn't been for
a-little phenomenon you may have
heard about, called the depression,"
he commented, reasserting the need
for increased housing accommoda-
tions for men students brought out in
the survey made by Assistant Dean
Fred B. Wahr, which was included
in the report of Dean Joseph A. Bur-
sley. "It's a point you can't get

around - we've got to have men's
dormitories!"
Stanley Waltz, manager of the
Union, said that the dormitory as
planned was to have accommodated
about 300 students, who, it was
thought, would be drawn mostly from
the freshman class, although the
plans had not been definite on that
point.
The new building would have been
constructed to the west of the Union
and south of the driveway running
from the Union to Thompson Street,
extending over the area behind the
Sigma Chi and Alpha Delta Phi fra-
ternities. The dormitory's plans
called for a dining hall but no kit-
chen, as it was thought the Union's
kitchens could serve for both build-
ings.

0. K. Allen, Louisiana Gover or, Succumbs

Announce Five WJR To Carry
Additions For Horrsa
Summer Staff Of Ho Music

Classified Directory

Professor Clark, Columbia
University, Will Instruct
In Education School
The following additions to the Sum-
mer Session staff of the School of
Education were announced yesterday
by Dean James B. Edmonson.
Prof. John R. Clark of Columbia
University, will direct a course in
supervision of instruction in the high
school; Prof. William R. Smithey of
the University of Virginia will teach
the curriculum of the secondary
school; Dr. William C. Carr, director
of the research division of the Na-
tional Educational Association, and
Dr. Frank Hubbard, associate director
of research of the Association will
cooperate on a course in elementary
school organization and management.
A course entitled, educational prob-
lems of unemployed youth will be
given by Dr. H. Clifton Hutchins,
specialist in youth problems of the
Federal Office of Education.
Faculty members of the School of
Education who will teach at other
universities during the summer are
Prof. Raleigh Shorling who will teach
at the University of California, Prof.
F. D. Curtis who will direct a course
at the University of Hawaii, and Prof.
Jackson R. Sharman who will join the
summer faculty of the European
Travel School of Columbia University.
Prof. Knudson Has
n h t ILeave

'Garber And Lunceford To
Divide Time Between
11:30 And 12:30
Arrangements have been completed
for the broadcasting of the J-Hop
over the facilities of WJR from 11:30
to 12:30 p.m. Friday, Feb. 14, Prof.
Waldo Abbot, director of broadcast-
ing, disclosed yesterday.
The two orchestras playing at the
J-Hop, Jan Garber and Jimmy
Lunceford, have submitted a list of
the numbers to be played during the
broadcast to him, Professor Abbot
said, in order to avoid violatidn of
any copyright laws. Each orchestra
will broadcast 30 minutes, he added.
"It is probable that the new ball
type microphone, which is the latest
development in this line, will be used
for this program," Professor Abbot
declared.
Arrangements for the broadcast
were completed by William Dixon,
'36, president of the Men's Councilj
and Turrell Ulman, of the broad-
casting service. WJR, the Detroit
station over which this program will
take place, also broadcasts the regu-
lar programs which are given by the
university Broadcasting Service.
Ypsilanti's Basketball
Captain Is Jailed Here

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vegetables, meats, home-made des-
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State. 256
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FOR RENT -ROOMS
APPROVED double or single room,
light and well furnished with stu-
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SUITE with private bath and shower.
Accommodates three available now.
Also double room with adjoining
lavatory, steam heat, shower bath.
Dial 8544. 422 E. Washington.
250
LOST AND FOUND
LOST: Ronson lighter, chromium.
Initialed "D." Liberal reward. Call
Deming, 2-1417. 258
LOST: Friday. Rimiess glasses in
black case, by Weaver Optometrist.
$5.00 reward. Box 111. 251
LOST: Frat pin. Alpha Chi Sigma.
Initials E. H. H. Reward. Call Had-
ley at 546 Walnut, Phone 6226.
246
FOR SALE

-Associated Press Photo.
A few days after he was nominated as the Democratic candidate to
succeed the late Sen. Huey Long, Gov. 0. K. Allen of Lcuisiana, died
unexpectedly in the executive mansion of a cerrebral hemorrhage. Allen,
who became the nominal head of the Long political machine, is shown
with his wife.
School Is Fun And Vacation Is
Work For Farm Boy And Girl

DRESSMAKING-We have cloth and
silk samples. 1208 S. University.
Phone 2-2020. 12x

Holmes' Correspondence
In Rural Areas Shows
'Amazing' Fact
By BERNARD WEISSMAN
The opening of the school year
every September may be a bogey to
the ordinary city youngster, but to
the boys and girls on the farm, school
comes as a welcome relief from the
ardors of the summer.
This observation is one of the Jan-
uary set of conclusions drawn up from
information derived by the Rural
Sociology Correspondence Project be-
ing carried on among more than 200
Michigan farmers by Prof. Roy H.
Holmes of the sociology department.
"The beginning of the school year,"
the statement says, "has very different*
meanings to the typical farm and
city child. To the latter, it means a
resumption of work after a vacation
period, mainly of rest and recreation.
To the farm child, it means a par-
tial release from work -school, it-
self, being for him something in the
nature of a vacation."
Professor Holmes declares that he
has found, as a general rule, that
farm children are capable of keeping
up with urban children in the matter
of scholarship.
"It is my impression that the farm
group furnish their full share of
honor students in the village schools."
"The individual farm child's nature,
determined largely by parental atti-
tudes, goes far in determining whether
his school year will be a period of
true intellectual advancement, or one
merely of more or less pleasant re-
lease from work on the farm."
However, Professor Holmes has
Kelso Will Discuss
Social Science Work
Robert W. Kelso, director of the
Institute of Health and the Social
Sciences in Detroit, will discuss the
work of that organization at a dinner
meeting of the University Division
of Social Sciences to be held at 6:30
p.m. today at the Union.
The Institute, formed last June
as a part of the University's grad-
uate school, is utilized to provide
practical experience and field work
for sociology graduates.
Republic Steel Reveals
Million Dollar Program
CLEVELAND, Jan. 29. - (/P) -
Republic Steel Corp. announced to-
day that expenditure of $1,200,000
for improvements have been ap-
proved by directors. Remodeling the
plant at Warren, O., will be the larg-
est project at an expense of about
$500,000. This will include enlarge-
ment of the strip steel cold rolling
mill and tin plate finishing equip-
ment.

found, "There is much sentiment in ° "'c 'u V G" Charles Hanneman, 21. years old, MAC'S TAXI-4289. Try - our effi-
favor of a separate education for captain of the Michigan State Normal cient service. All new cabs. 3x
farm children - consolidated schools Prof. Charles A. Knudson of the basketball team and co-captain of
and high schools located in the open romance languages department, will the football team, is being held in EYES examined, best glasses made at
country or in small villages where be absent from the University on sab- the county jail here on a statutory lowest prices. Oculist, U. o M. grad-
the farm group would predominate. batical leave during the second semes- charge. He was arrested in Ypsilanti uate, 44 years practice. 549 Pack-
"The chief argument for this ar-( ter late Tuesday night by sheriff's officers ard. Phone 2-1866. 13x
rangement seems to be that there is Professor Knudson will spend the on a warrant sworn out by a 22-year- SELL YOUR OLD CLOTHES: We'll
likely to be more congeniality among time in travel and study principally old Ann Arbor girl. buy old and new suits and over-
those who have had a similar back- in France, Italy and Spain. Through Hanneman, whose home is in De- coats for $3 to $20. Also highest
ground. This plan is favored also the facilities of the libraries in Paris, troit, lives at 1101 West Cross Street prices for saxophones and typewrit-
by those who wish to guard their Professor Knudson hopes to complete in Ypsilanti. He is waiting arraign- ers. Don't sell before you see Sam.
children against urban influences." some research studies begun there. ment in justice court. Phone for appointments. 2-3640.
"Those serious students from farm _________________________________ Ox
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work," according to another state- reasonable. Free delivery. Phone
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XY Gra yGordon's Music. 3006. 6x

MAN'S black fur overcoat. Medium
size. Quick sale, $35.00. Apply Hereg,
820 E. Kingsley Street. Phone 7439.
259
FOR SALE: Chiffonier, desks, book
rack, apartment range, chairs,
dresser. Other furniture, including
few choice antiques. 928 Oakland.
255
TWO TUXEDOS for sale 1 size 40, 1
size 37. Good condition, cheap. Call
at 721 N. University. Telephone
9495. 249
WANTED
WANTED badly, a tutor for American
philosophy. Call 7236 between 5
and 6. Ask for Chuck. 254
WANTED - A tutor for Astronomy
31. Call 2-1754 before Friday night.
260
THREE young men free to travel.
Must be high school graduates or
college men. Transportation fur-
nished. Salary. See Mr. Burton 7
to 10 p.m. Allenel Hotel. 257
SOCIAL DANCING
CLASS TONIGHT
Begins at 8 P.M.
ENROLL NOW.
Terrace Garden Studio,
Wuerth Theatre Bldg.,
Phone 9695

Reichert Will Head
Bank Combine Here
(Continued from Pagel1)
gan depositors will suffer not more
than a seven percent loss on the
total deposits at the time the holiday
was declared, is a tribute to his
ability as a banker.
(Directors lrleet
Meeting as a nominating commit-
tee to name candidates for directors
for the new bank, three directors
from each of the merging banks met
yesterday afternoon. Their selec-
tions will not be made public until
they are presented to the three pres-
ent boards for approval, John C.
Fritz, a director of the Ann Arbor
Savings Bank, said last night. Be-
l fore he is officially named as presi-
dent of the new bank, Reichert must
be elected to that position by ,its
board of directors, now in the pro-
cess of organization.
Starting his banking career as a
bookkeeper in the Farmers' and
Mechanics' Bank. Following his po-
sition in a similar capacity at the
American Savings Bank of Lansing,
Reichert accepted the position of a
teller in the German American Sav-
ings Bank here,, later being appoint-
ed as a member of the board of di-
rectors and assistant cashier. When
the German American Savings Bank
was consolidated with the State Sav-
ings Bank, he remained in the same
position, becoming a cashier in Jan-
uary, 1925.
J-HOP TICKETS SOLD OUT
A complete sell-out of tickets for
the J-Hop, which will be held Feb. 14
in the Intramural Building, was re-
ported yesterday by Donald C. Hillier,
'37, chairman of the J-Hop ticket
committee.
CHARLES E. KRAUS RESIGNS
Charles E. Kraus, instructor in
metal processing since his graduation
in 1932, has resigned from the fac-
ulty to accept a position with the
Ingersoll Milling Machine Co. of
Rockford, Ill. He will leave Ann Ar-
bor next week.

6:00-WJR House of a Thousand Eyes.
WWJ Dinner Music.
WXYZ Dinner Music.
CKLW Omar.
6:15--WXYZ George Hall's Music.
CKLW Joe Gentile.
6:30-WJR Duncan Moore.
WWJ Bulletins.
WXYZ Day in Review.
CKLW Rhythm Ramblings.
6:45-WJR Strange as it seems.
WWJ Musical Moments.
WXYZ Lowell Thomas.
CKLW Old Bill.
7:00-WJR Myrt and Marge.
WWJ Amos 'n' Andy.
WXYZ Easy Aces.
CKLW Shadows on the Clock.
WJBK Serenaders.
7 :15-WIJR Jimmie Allen.
WWJ Popeye the Sailor.
WXYZ Nine to Five.
7:30--WJR Kate Smith.
WWJ Evening. Melodies.
WXYZ Musical Moments.
CKLW Sunset Nocturne,
CRCW Young Tim.
7:45-WJR Boake Carter.
W ZSandlotters.
CKLW Crusaders.
WWJ Tune Twisters.
8:00-WiJRHarve and Esther; Victor
Arden's Music.
WWJ Rudy Vallee's Music.
WXYZ Motor City Merry-Go-Round.
CKLW Sweet and Hot.
CKLW Amateur Hour.
8 :30-WJR Musical Program.
WxYZ Chamber Music.
CKLW Oklahoma Bob Albright.
8:45 wXJZ Venetian Nights.
9:00-WJR Walter O'Keefe;
Glen Gray's Music.
WWJZCaptain Henry's Showboat.
WXYZ Death Valley Days.
CKLW Melody Moderne.
9:30-WJR Romance of Coins.
WXYZ Mellow Music.
CKLW Listen To This.
9:45-WJR Musical Program.
WXYZ Murray Van Waggoner.
CKLW Serenade.
10) P.M. TO 1:30 A.M.
10:OO-WJR Horace Heidt's Brigadiers.
WWJ Bing Crosby; Jimmy Dorsey's
Music.
WXYZ For You - Madame.
CKLW Recital Hall.
10:30-WJR March of Time.
WXYZ Lowry Clark.
CKLW Spotlight Review.

CRCW Bulletins.
11:0O-WJR Bulletins.
WWJ Russ Lyon's Music.
WXYZ Baker Twins.
CKLW Melody Interlude.
11:15---WJR Dance Music.
WXYZ Emil Coleman's Music.
11:30-WJR President's Birthday Ball.
WWJ President's Birthday Ball.
WXYZ President's Birthday Ball.
CKLW President's Birthday Ball.
12:30--WXYZ Meredith Wilson's Music.
WJR Ted Royal's Music.
CKLW Ted Weems' Music.
1:00 C<LW Jack Hylton's Music.
1 :30-CKLW Will Osborne's Music.
HASTE MAKES WASTE'
GREENVILLE, S. C., Jan. 29.- P
-An agent for a contracting firm
rushed here today from Rocky Mount,
N. C., and in the presence of mys-
tified officials climbed to the top of
the Federal building and pronounced
it, "all right." Then he looked again
at his telegram of instructions. It
read "Greenville, N. C." not "S. C."
Last Times Today
'THE BISHOP MISBEHAVES"
and
'CRIME and PUNISHMENT"
- Friday - Saturday
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and
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