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WWHE MICHIGAN DAILY

SATURDAY, DEC. 5, 193E

NEWS
Of The DAY
(By The Associated Press)
Hamilton. To Resign
As Republican Chairman
WASHINGTON, Dec. 4.-(AP)-
Calling the Republican National
Committee to meet in Chicago Dec.
17, John -Hamilton announced to-
night he would tender his resigna-
tion as chairman at that time.
"I feel it impossible for me to con-
tinue in an official capacity with-
out an expression of confidence," he,
notified the members.
Whether he had discussed theI
question with Gov. Alf M. Landon
was not known. Sources in touch
with Hamilton said, however, "that
he definitely had not spoken of the
mnatter with any committee member'
and would not do so until the meet-
ing.

Hides Undergroud I

Bombers Spread Death
Throughout Madrid
MADRID, Dec. 4.-(A)-Bomb-
scarred Madrid reverberated under
the fiercest aerial onslaught of the
siege today as 30 fascist warplanes,
droning high over the city, unleashed
death from the skies.
Shattering the afternoon lull of
siesta-time, the raiders appeared
without warning over the Rosales
sector and dropped scores of high-
explosives.e
Anti-aircraft guns and machine-
guns set up in the streets sent volley
after volley at the invaders. -
Casualties could not be immed-
iately ascertained.
The feeling was abroad in the
capital tonight that the "final bat-
tle" must soon break in full fury
to end the siege-one way or another.

- Associated Press Photo
While officers searched the coun-
tryside for 46-year-cld H. M. Eyans,
"escaped" cunvict from the Iowa
Y.eniltcutiary- at Fart. Mgdison, he
was found aiding in a Crevice leis
than tw, feet high under one of
the prison buildings.
Series Of Freiich
Talks Sdu1du e
The Cercle Francais, an organiza-
tion of advanced French students,
has announced a schedule for the six
remaining French lectures to be giv-
en this year.
Prof. Leon Lemonnier, of the Sor-
bonne, Paris, will give an address
Monday, Dec. 14, on "The 'theatre of
H. R. Lenormand."
Other lectures annouu ed will beI
"Anatole Francis" by Prof. Michael
S. Parginent; Wednesday, Jan. 27',
"Louis XIII" by Prof. Warner F.
Patterson: Wednesday, Feb. 24,

Ilarton G ive s Physics Teacher s Community Fund To A pply New Hu Appointed Clerk'
To Convene IHere .In Relief Admiinistration
eOfHow_ Method For ReliefDist__nton John Huss, '33, 1017 Liberty St., an
Teachers of co-ege physics wilo emplo of the Union since his grad-
uationhas been appointed to the po-
gather here today from all parts of Changmg its means of giving spe- mas this year a family affair as sition of examining clerk in the per-
the state for their annual winter cial Christmas relief to. the needy of much as possible," Everet R. Hames, sonnel department of the state emer-
(continued from Page a meeting in the East Physics building. Ann Arbor, the Community Fund an- Director of the Community Fund said gency relief administration, it was an-
The session will open at 9:30 a.m. yesterday. "That can best be fa- nounced yesterday.
will the interior of the bell chain- and continue through the afternoon. nounced yesterday that all such wel-
ter, to absorb any reverberations and inspection of the new cyclotron in far orkbyouidgthedhnitmhsBuyearereau." sons who successfully passed cor-
sound confusions in the chamber operation and of the high potential through the specially set up Christ- Those planning to make any petitive examinations for relief,posi-
from the bells." The bell chamber atomic investigation apparatus will mas Bureau consisting of the Social Christmas donations have been urged tions. He has recently completed
will be screened in and also has a j be featured on the morning program. Service Exchange and the Salvation by the Christmas Bureau to confer work for a master's degree in political
Recording devices used in the study Army with them either by telephone 2-1986 s'ience.
system for conducting off rain water of artificially prepared radioactive or calling at 202 Chamber of Com- When enrolled as a student, Huss
that. is blown into it. materials will likewise be on active The purpose of this bureau is toy merce Building was freshman class presnent.
Although there has been discus-; display. provide Christmas baskets to as many meceBilig._asfesma lasprs-et
sion as to whether the earth around An informal discussion hour which persons as possible, thus making the -
the campus was secure enough to ilbeulzd oxpanhewk-available material reach as many of
funish a solid foundation for a ill be tie to pain the work- the needy as possible. To do this,
furnih A slid fundaton fo a 'ings of the various pieces of appa- the Christmas Bureau will act as a
tower Anugh of whose weight will be ratus inspected and to present in-
centered in a small area, the foun- formation on the newer phases of toearing house for all those wishing
dation of the tower is in a gravel nuclear research will be inaugerated o give Christmas bwsket. It will ad-
base which is common over this part at 11:30 a.m. A luncheon will then vise donors as 4o whether or not any
of the state. This is a high grade particular family has already been e
foundation material. and tests made selected as the object of anyone's
by applying loads to limited areas of Unusual motion pictures of the Christmas spirit, and point out those
by apyina t limte aeasuof- uiface of the sun, taken at the Mc- which have not already been so se-
i have pen t 4 The buld Math-Hulbert Observatory, will be lected.
the bottom to the level of the ro shown after the luncheon by Prof. As subsidiaries of the Community
chaiber. This, however is mainly HeTber D. Curtis of the astronomy de- Fund the two agencies will be en-
for the eterior effect, not for any abled to work together more effi-
construction advantage. ciently because of the control exer-
e' thisconcrete base of thde EN NG RADIO cised over them. The Social Welfare
EVg. dIxGBureau will handle the clearing of
bldi Ma.ePeron esubstance, emaderelief cases, and the Salvation Army
blc aepofn usac aePROGRAMVS will beain charge of distributing what-
of an asphalt base has been applied.
This is somewhat in the nature of ai-- ever baskets or donations may be
paint and was sprayed on. Its main _ made for this purpose.
pupp se is to protect the exterior WJR Stevenson News. In a conference today with the the festive table
limcstone facing from stains. Owing WwJ Ty Tyson: Dinner Hour (6:10). agencies it was decided that every
WXYZ Jesse Cr awford.
to certain. chemical conditions of the CKLW Stiig Trio, effort would be made to discourage * The season for festivity
cement and limestone, moisture hit- 6:15- the big party idea and make Christ-
ting thie cement and then the lime- WXYZ ,Jesse Crawford.. and delicious food i
vtone stains the latter and spoils its 6:30- upon us Visit our
c ring effects WJR Royal Football Roundup. ...aud after the shoa or befOrg-
coloring effects.WW, Press-Radio; Soloist. ~bfoe New TAPROOM and
The exterior facing of the building WXYZ Day in Review. DANCE (Free)
is, in rough cut Indiana limestone, WJR Listen to This. make the season corn-
I with vertical white stone columns wwJ Harvey Barcus. and EAT
I ced evenly around the sides. Lime- 7:W aYZtRhythmeParade.I + plete.
tone was chosen both for its looks wwJ NBC Feature. L
and its permanence and weathering WXYZ Town Tale. M IC H I S INtN hetAretLLEN
conditions. The interior is being done! 715K-n 320 South State Street
ainly in cinder block. WJR Diamond City News. s4t the Sign of the Clock" Hotel
WXYZ To Be Announced.
CKLW 'Johnny Johnson's Music. -- _- - - - --- - -® ___
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WJR Edward d'Anna Directs Band. DAILY EVENINGS -
WXYZ Lutheran Hour. MATINEES and
Sabbaical Leaves' CKLW Melody Interlude, Sunday SUNDAY
7:4V - till 2 p.m. fSteru2p.N IT'S LOTS OF FUN
WWJ Sports Parade. - 25c - - 35c -
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cJR Columbia Workshop.
April 1 to attend music schools and WJ Saturday Night Party. THE COUNTRY DOCTOR'S 3,000 GROWN-UP "BABIES"COME HOME
colleges in western and southern wxYZ Ed Wynn.
states to study their administrations. ; CKLW George Sterney's Music.
The Regents accepted the retire- WJrt Football Revue.
ment of Prof. Theodore D. Running WXYZ Bob Chester's Music.
of the mathematics department to 9:00RCELE HUDSON HELEN VINSN
take effect the end of the first semes- WJR Sneed Show. SLIM SUMERVILLE - ROBERT KENT
W WJ Snow Village Sketches.
ter. Professor Running will retire WXYZ Barn Dance. DOROTHY PETERSON JOHN QUAEN
with the title of professor-emeritus CKLW Maple Leafs vs. ALAN DINEART - J. EDWARD BROMBERG
Molntreal Maroons. t ~ ,
of mathematics. 9:3-MrsORGE A DEN - TO M MORE
The Michigan chapter of Sigma Xi, WJR Your Pet Program.
WWJ Smith Balew; Victor Young's Ifl
scientific society, added $250 to its ! Music. Extra Coing Weesay--- -
present loan fund for graduate stu- 10:0-- Co g e
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dents. WX YZ Rubinoff-Case..PoparOrCorN s
Eighteen small contributions total- 10:30- Lud Gluskin's Music. Science Gang Classic Events DREAM"
ing $214 were accepted for the G. WWJ Irvin S. Cobb. -
Carl Huber Memorial Fund, which WXYZ Hildegarde. ..
has as its aim a printed volume about CKLW Benay Venuta.
this . former dean of the medical WJR Wismer Sports.
school. WWJ Dance Music.
WXIMZ Kavanagh's Music.
Dr. Waggoner's appointment will CiaLW News.s
take effect March 1, 1937. At present J: R Benny Goodman's Music.
he is in Europe. His researches have! CKLW Horace Heidt's Music.
been in the fields of epilepsy, cerebal WJR George olsen's Music.
disorders, brain tumors, visual hal- WWJ Kansas City Philharmonic.
lucinations and personality studies in WXYZ 400 Club Dance.
childen. j CKLW Freddy Martin's Music.
children. 112:00 - -
WJR Leon Belasco's Music.
WWJ .IDance Music. .

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Food For Thought
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HILLEL DANCE
The eighth annual Hillel Dance
will. be held from 9. p.m. to midnight1
tonight in the Women's Athletic Ad-
ministration Building at Palmer Field,'
according to Shirrel Kasle, '37, pres-
ident of the Hillel Foundation.

WXYZ G1en Gray's Music.
CKLW Eddy Duchin's Music.
12:30-
WJR Phil Harris' Music.
CKLW Joe Haymes' Music.
WXYZ Gruff Williams' Music.
1:00-
CKLW Gus Arnheim's Music.
1:30-Jk t
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