T THE MTIIGCAN DAIIY
*AQE TWO ~ FT~TTAY, DEC. 11, ~1~3O
Central States ,
NEW ldlife Grou
Of The DAY Meeting
(By The Associated Press) Maor Points In Managing
Mencken, As Usual, Of Game Are Discussed
Renders His Opinion As Conference Begins
BALTIMORE, Dec. 10.-(P)-H. L. (Continued from Page 1)
Mencken, who had said he considered;
Edward VIII "an idiot" to give up be adopted that would enable the
the British throne for the love of a state to have both.
woman, suggested tonight that the Two sessions, the fish, and the bird
retiring monarch go to Hollywood. and mammal, were held in the after-,
"He must come to America," said noon. In the fish session the prin-
the author and critic. "He ought to cipal arguments in favor of limnolo-
go to. Hollywood. If he is too dumb gical studies and population studies
to make good there, then he could for determining the best type of lo-a
go to WashIngton and become a cation for fish were advanced. Dr.
member of the cabinet." George R. LaRue, chairman of the
When news came that Edward had zoology department declared that the
renounced the rule of an empire to two groups were antagonistic when
be free to marry Wallis Warfield both should be used in the final cor-
Simpson, former Baltimore belle, rect analysis.
Mencken commented: In the bird and mammal session,
"I consider Edward an idiot. His the trial and error method for deter-1
abdication shows it." mining how many animals of the
/ Mencken in a longer statement game and fur species should be pres-
had set forth earlier that he felt ent in a given area was declared as a
the king's obligations to liis empire necessary .step before a regulation ofl
and subjects were such that he the take of -such animals should bet
should put them ahead of sentiment attempted.. Resumption of prairie'
or his love for Mrs. Simpson. chick studies, a general deer study in
~ ~thelake states, and work aimed atf
Black Legionnaire pulling rare species out of the hole
Held For Tn3ial were seen as research projects that
are urgently needed. New methods
DETROIT, Dec. 10.-(')-Common of research were suggested that
Pleas Judge Ned H. Smith today held would make for more successful
for trial N. Ray Markland, former studies along with the new projects.
mayor of Highland Park, and seven -Sessions of the conference will be
other alleged members of the Black held from 9:30 to 11:45 a.m. and
Legion. from 2 to 4:30 p.m. today, A venison
Three fthe other seven are banquet will be held for the confer-r
charged, along with Markland, with1 ence at 6 p.m.x
To Play here
Concert By Pianist Will
Be Sixth In The Choral
Josef Hofmann, world famous
pianist and composer, will appear in
the sixth Choral Union concert of
the season Monday, Dec. 14, in Hill
Auditorium. His present appearance
will mark his fourth concert be-
fore an Ann Arbor audience. He
has been here in the Choral Union
and May Festival series on three
previous occasions in 1920, 1927, and
Hofman, ranked as one of the
greatestpiano virtuosos today, has
bcen before the public for more than
50 years. He was born in Cracow,
Poland, of a musical family and at
the age of three years was playing
the piano.. He made his professional
debut in Warsaw when he was five
At nine years of age he made his
NeNy York debut anid then returned
to Europe to study under Anton Ru-
benstein, who accepted Hofmann as
his only pupil, At 18 he again re-'
turned to the concert stage and has
since lived in this country.
The program which Hofmann has
arranged is as follows: Haydn:
Theme and Variations in FMinor;
e-t.hcven : Fury Over the Lost
Penny; Schumann: Faschingsch-
wank; Chopin: Barcarolle, Nocturne
in F Sharp Minor, Grande Valse Bril-
lante, Scherzo in C sharp minor.
Albeniz-Godowsky: Tango; Rach-
m aninoff: Prelude in A Minor; Hof-
mann: Berceuse; Liszt: Campanella.
All the womcn who have tickets,
for ihe swimming exhibition to be
held tonight are requested to turnI
hem in before 4:30 p.m. today
TOI h.LD TRYOUTS TODAY
T,: gouts for -The Little Princes"
will be held at 3 p.m. today at the
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The sophomore class of the School
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President, Jack McAlister, secretary,
Beryl Harrison, and treasurer, Carl
Farr. A business meeting will be
held at 5 p.m., Monday, Dec. 14.
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plotting to kill Martin H. Zink, a
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They are Arthur F. Lupp, Sr., reput-
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FREDERICK ALEXANDER, Conductor
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