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FRIDAY, DEC,, 4, 1936

By iiV ilights Group From 200 to 250 delegates will at-
----end the conference, according to
In behalf of the war-demolished Prof. Samuel Graham of the forestry,
Loyalist government of Spain, three school, and delegates will representl
Spaniards will speak in Patengill Michigan, Wisconsin, Minnesota,I
North Dakota, South Dakota, Iowa,
Auditorium tomorrow under the Missouri, Illinois, Indiana and Ohio.
auspices of the local 'conference for Those attending the conference
the Protection of Civil Rights. Prof. will be affiliated with state conserva-
L. J. Carr of the sociology department tion departments, universities and
is chairman of the meeting beginning colleges. U.S. Biological Survey, U.S.
at 2:30 p.m. Forest Service, U. S. Soil Conserva-I
Donna Isabella de Palencia, Span- tion Service, U.S. Resettlement Ad-,
ish ambassador to Sweden, Marcilino ministration, U.S. Bureau of Fish-
Domingo, former minister of educa- eries and other individuals directly
tion, and the Rev. Fr. Luis Sarasola, ? concerned with conservation.
Catholic priest, will appear with A.
A. McCloud, Canadian interpreter. ]C
The Student Alliance is cooperat-
ing with the Civil Rights group in Will Be Discussed
bringing the speakers. No admission L1
charge will be made.
Mobilize Relief Agencies Finding that the interest of many
Medical supplies, clothing, and of its members is in the study of
money for relief of Loyalist soldiers, Marxism, the Current Events Club
women and children has been gath- will meet at 8 p.m. today in the Union
ered in many cities in this country. to determine whether it shall center
Luis Bartolome, Spanish consul to its attention on communism and so-
Detroit, assisted in making the ar- cialism in the future, Fred Brandeis,
rangements to have the delegation Grad., announced yesterday.
come here. "In the Student Senate, SpringI
Sarasola, the Catholic priest was Parley, and similar groups discussion'
attacked Tuesday in a statement by has usually resolved itself into a
the Rev. Fr. Thomas P. Carey, pas- consideration of various phases of
tor of the St. Thomas Catholic Marxism," Brandeis declared.
Church here, who described the
Spaniard as "a renegade priest from ment, to the effect that Sarasola was
the order of Friars Minor, a branch "absolutely not an apostate." "Apos-
of the Franciscan order." tate implies renunciation of faith,"
Father Carey said he based his the communication said, and Father
charge on information received from Sarasola, a Basque, is a scholar and
the New York province of the Franc- an authority 'on St. Francis, about
sican order which made public the whom he has written a "Life" which
text of a message from the minister- has been widely circulated in the
general of the order in Rome to the Catholic church throughout the
effect that Sarasola is "an apostate world.
from the order and the church," and "Father Sarasola is positively not
incapable of exercising any priestly a radical in any sense and is merely
function." representing the Madrid govern-'
Marley Disputes Carey ment," Rev. Marley declared. The
The Rev. H. P. Marley, minister of priest has not been active in the1
the Unitarian Church here said yes- church for years, he added.1
terday that the charge of Father
Carey was "unfair and untrue." You Can Do J
Rev. Marley declared that he had MUSICAL GIFTS are
received a communication from Mon-
roe Switzerland, advance agent for Qualty and I
the North American Committee, an
organization endeavoring to enlist aid
and supplies for the Madrid govern-

S YoFF.hICIALw Bealty, Arrangement Of Bells, lkeep the carillon- Washtenaw Medics
EDAILY OTCA euy rag m n fB ls erfo ea ito pound the mkes
and enblehimtoproucea mre Elet '1 Prof. Nesbit
BULLETiN T we Feaures Padon Says thmic effect in his playing.
~On the four sides of the tower near Announcement of P of. Reed M.
(Continued from Page 4) A unique in Ann Arbor for room to the late President Burton, in cally operated clock, Mr. Pardon con- Nesbit of the surgical department of
A. -.-- --building ucauely operatedforr clocktheMr.e Pardont urcon-inthe medical school as president of
Michigan College Chemistry Teach its architecture as well as its pur- whose honor the tower is being erect- tiued, and quarter hours marked b the Washtenaw County Medical So-
poeinctadtonwaiesrieays Cdlaneabovethisicmetheeight- this clocsk will be struck on the caril-,
eis Aspociation will hold its fallas described yes- ed, and above this come the eight lon by a mechanical device in the ciety was made yesterday after his
meeting on Saturday, Dec. 5, in teiday by Edward C. Pardon, super- floors being given over to use by tower. This clock will be added to election at the annual business meet-
Room 303, Chemistry Bldg. The intendent of the Buildings and the School of Music, all reached by the regular campus clock system, and ing of the society. Dr. L. S. La Fever,
Grounds department, as he told of an elevator. The tenth floor is the local physician was named to the
morning session will open at 10:30 the construction of the Burton Me- bell chamber, reached by two stair- thus will not on some days dier fro fice of president-elect, a newly-
a.m., with a talk by Dr. Erwin E. morial Tower. ways. One is for visitors wishing to other campus clocks, as the present cr
Nelson on "The Wiley food and drug T see the bells and to climb higher Engineering building clock sometimes ee oid-
ato196adispeetdye- The first lpurlpose of the tower is t h lvnhfor wihi o does. I The new office of president-elect
fcemn. Dr. its Cork wi- to house the bells of the Baird Caril- ell Placed was created by replacing the office
forcement. Dr. J. M. Cork willElon Mr. Pardon stated, yet its de- sightseeing over the city. The sec- of vice-president, so that a merely
then demonstrate some new equip- s aond is an enclosed stairway going Attempts have been made, Mr. Par- onovicy-prsito mat a mel
te deosrtsoenweup ign also includes its purpose as a l-t ide o tte olct h oe na honorary position may be made a
ment for the study of the atom and memorial and center of civic interest from the clavier-room in the middle don stated, to locate the tower in as useful one. In this way the president
chemical reactions (in Physics Bldg.) in Ann Arbor. While specific atten- of the bell chamber, to the private ideal a place as possible. First, of wfll have already been automatically
Luncheon will be held at the Mich- tion in its design is given to the office of the carillonneur on the all, it is near the center of the campus elected, and only the president-elect
iga Legu Blg.at 2:0 pm.Dr.nith lor. ndso itate tht he oud o eectdaninth te rfloor.eec
igan League Bldg. at 12:30 p.m. Dr. unique needs of the bells, these needs inth hebe lssitated caried the sn pre for the coming year will be chosen
Kasimir Fajans is the speaker for have been adapted to plans purely New Arrangement the bes wi be ari b each year.
the afternoon session, which opens for the beauty and effect of the build- The bells of the carillon have a h vailing West winds of Ann Arbor toe
at 2 p.m. His subject will be, "The ing. somewhat new and untried arrange- the campus. The best place to hear A
teaching of chemistry in Germany." Practice Rooms Included ment in the tower, in an attempt by t i be s pa ear Ann Arbor Acquires
thearcitets o slveoneor wo'it will be at Felch Park, near the'H ldyA paac
"Because in many bell towers the the architects to solve one or two League, and Palmer Field. Second, Holiday Appearance
Sophomores, Colhege of Architec- sounds of the bells are somewhat old problemsconnected with caril- it has been placed next to Hill Audi- The streets of Ann Arbor, both in
ture: Class elections Monday, Dec. 7, the Burton Tower plans have n pened mainly according to their size~ torium and in a place where, in the the campus and downtown sec-
Room 101 Arch. Treasurer's re- the large bells near the bottom of th future, it will some day become the tions, regained their annual festive
ceipts must be presented to vote. be saelcate the rlevels of chamber, and the small bells at the center of the School of Music building appearance last week as Christmas
surroundiyaabuildingsrandbehind an top. Under this arrangement, the, group, decorations were put up.
opening large enough to permit free large bells often had a greater vol- Although it will be the highest The decorations were put up by the
Graduate Outing Club: The des- pe of sough Mr Pron sred ume at places where the music could building in Ann Arbor, 192 feet in the Ann Arbor Retail Merchants' Asso-
cnion Wepn tordave Le Hawll at "Ocpe ths wsnrultd, plardnsa'd be best heard than the small bells, air, it will be 36 feet lower than ciation.
2cio We plan to leave Lane Halla merely fo th eautymof t, tower In the Baird Carillon, however, the the University smokestack, and thus Stretched across the main streets
friend pam. Acordaiteudnt ndwere developed. 'The tower willtoeI large bells are again placed lowest, will be the second highest structure of the city are strings of evergreen
friends are cordially mnvitedhave straight up and down lines like but the smallest bells are suspended in the city. and holly which are lighted with
a monument, but will gradually taper irom small girders directly above electric lights at night. Wreaths of
The Lutheran Student Club will about 13 inches from the foundation these. Above them, in the upper part holly are hung on most of the lights
have as their guest speaker Sunday to the top, where it will be stepped of the chamber, are the medium bells. in the downtown district.
night, Dr. O. R. Yoder, Assistant back at different heights. Indiana In this way it is hoped that sounds Caused By Colds
Medical Superintendent of the Ypsi- limestone has been chosen for its of the small bells will travel on a
lanti State Hospital. Dr. Yoder is a exterior facing. Its location is in as direct line to the spot, about 1500
well known psychiatrist and will central and accessible a place on the feet from the tower, where the best The common cold is one of the
speak on a subject relating to "Re- campus as possible." balanced effects can be heard. chief predisposing factors of pneu- I-

ligion and the Balanced Personality."j
Supper and social hour at 5:30 p.m.
Forum at 6:30 p.m., Zion Parish Hall.
The Lutheran Student Club will
have a last meeting of their Bible
Class before the holidays on Tues-
day, Dec. 8, at 7:15 p.m. at the
League. All the members of the
class, and those interested are asked
to attend.
Hillel Dance: Tickets for the an-
nual informal Saturday night at
Palmer Field House may be secured
at the Foundation before Saturday,
Dec. 5.

Sound Is Muffled
When finished the tower will have
other functions besides those alone of
a bell tower. It will contain eleven
floors, and 8 of these will be divided
into practice rooms for the School of
Music. All of these rooms will be
sound-proofed and will be located
on the second to ninth floors, most.
of them in the upper four. On the
ground floor will be a large memorial

Method Effective monia, said Dr. Walter J. Nungester
Another advantage can be gained of the bacteriology department of the
from this arrangement. The small medical school, at a meeting of the
bells, which are the greatest in num- Public Health Club yesterday in the
ber, are thus approached to the clav-Pul
ier, where the carillonneur plays. In Grand Rapids Room of the League.
this way there will be a direct con- Approximately 80 per cent of the
nection with the bells from the key- individuals who get pneumonia eith-
board, and this will diminish the fric- er take the disease while they are
tion and resistance of wire joints and having a cold or after they have re-
playing mechanisms, Mr. Pardon covered from one.
, -Ii

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