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PAGE TWO

TI EMICHIGAN DAILY

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PAGE TWO SA~TEP4Y, J4~C. P~ 1q34

NEWS
Of The DAY
(By The Associated Press)I
Body Of Killer
Found At Mt. Clemens $
MT. CLEMENS, Mich., Dec. 11.-
(R)-The body of Sherman Long, who
had been sought a week for the kill-
ing of his wife and daughter at Can-
ton, 0., was found in a rooming house,
here today.
Police Chief A. I. Rosso said Long
had committed suicide with a pistol.
Canton detectives who came here
identified the body. Long left a note
which did not mention the killing.
Long had been sought since his 42-
year-old wife had been found in her
Canton home, clubbed to death, and4
his step-daughter, 18-year-old Vir-
ginia Hensen, had been slain with al
bullet.
Fascist Attack
On Guadalajara Front
MADRID, Dec. 11.-(0)-Fascist
besiegers of Madrid tonight launched
a new attack on the Guadalajara.
front in another effort to smash their
way into the capital.
Heavy fighting was reported in
that sector, and the government
threw reserves to the defense of Gua-
dalajara, 35 miles northeast of Ma-
drid.
The insurgents, meanwhile, jabbed
at the line along the western edge
of the city, seeking an opening. Gov-
ernment and fascist batteries roared
in a long-range duel.
DeaLn Of Steel
Industry Dies
PITTSBURGH, Dec. l1.--(fP)-
Willis Larimer King, 85-year-old
"dean of the steel industry," died to-
day.
He spent 67 years with the Jones
and Laughlin Steel Corporation,
working his way from clerk in 1869
to the board of managers in 1889.
King helped organize the American
Iron and Steel Institute, became a
vice-president, and campaigned in!
the industry against unfair business
practices.

Ger

Many Has Cut From Past
In Arehitecture, Bennett Saysj

DAILY OFFICAL
BULLETIN

GIFT SUGGESTIONS

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Architecturally speaking, Germany a certain dynamic quality of func- SATURDAY, DEC. 12, 1936 .he. f rv.y
has completely reversed herself, and tionalism and beauty. VOL. XLVII No. 65
cut herself off from the past entirely, He added that Americans would n (Mostions Of Ann
Prof. Wells I Bennett of the school probably construe some phases of
suburban-Berlin communities as be- To Students Having Library Books:
of architecture stated yesterday in a ing modes of regimentation, as, for 1. Students having in their pos- ---
University broadcast. instance, the community laundries session books drawn from the Uni- FOR HER
"Germany," he said, "has thus where housewives do their washing versity Library are notified that suchF
been the setting of remarkable ex- every two weeks. books are due Monday, Dec. 14. before - - y _ _-- ___ _ I
erenteseting oeaaeuex IOne of the German cities most not- the impending Christmas vacation, in SILK LINGERIE. Tailored and lace- s
phe traveler visiting Germany these ed for its progressive outlook on city pursuance of the University 'regula-imme lud nd slis angs!
days be a reactionary, he will have to plannng, Frankfort, was also dis- tion: cms 1n0 to a3.95. B. E. Muehlig,
close his eyes lest he be converted to cussed by Professor Bennett. He said "Students who leave Ann Arbor for i26 $. to 2.Ae
the fresh beauty that much modern that the post-war movement for more than a week must first return 1
work presents. The supercharged housing reached Frankfort, the city all borrowed books." Books neededI A MAGAZINE subscription to Good
modernist on the other hand will be went directly to outlying open farm between Dec. 14 and the beginning AGHousekcping $2.50 Brings joy
bigoted indeed if he does not grant land and built several extensive com- of vacation may be retained upon ap through the year. Stofflet News
the masterpieces of the early German munmty groups in the modern man- plication at the charging desk. Co. 208 South Fourth Ave. 25A
the masterpieces ofes t trather' earlyourGerman25
craftsmen." ner with street car lnes to transport 2. Failure to return books before C
Professor Bennett told about staid workers to and from town the vacation will render the student
old seaport Hamburg, whichBtde-ndar liable to an extra fine. SEWAGE RATES STUDIED
vadstedecnomtiHally the warB3 Students remaining in town may City aldermen had a schedule of
and its aftermath of decreasing trade, ] charge and renew books for seven- service rates for the new sewage
has nevertheless managed to revamp I arrtr Pa s day prid s bein g Dec 14. treatment plant in their hands today
a great deal of its slum districts. ____ 4. Students leaving town who haveI so that they may study the schedule
H greoued th iteresti ct urgent need for books during the and be prepared to discuss them at
He recounted the interesting aspect(Continued from Page )vacation period will be give permis the regular council session Monday
of Hamburg's intensive study of the- -- -- vacatio perio will b givenperm__
sion to take such books with them, night. The rates were proposed by
single house "am festen preise" or at posed to the marriage. provided they are not in general de- the board of public works and are
a fixed price plan. It is a plan in On the whole, Professor Cross ex- mand, on application at the office of based on water rates for three
which the modest householder might, plained, the people supported the the superintendent of circulation months.
figuratively speaking, order a house ministers on the basis of the ques- --hesuperintendentofcirculation.
at a price over the counter, have it tions involving constitutional govern-
delivered, and completely finished. ment and the divorce. Also the do- Notice: The Regents, at their meet--I- - .and after the show or before-
Professor Bennett also outlined the minions, he added, were believed to irng on Dec. 4, declared Saturday, Dec. 1AINCE (Free)
salient features of post-war Berlin. give assurance to the ministry that 26, and Saturday. Jan. 2, 1937, holi-
The commercial architecture, he as- they were with them against the days for all office employes of the and EAT
serted-studies in the design of great marriage of the king to Mrs. Simp- University.
factories-are so designed that while son. The self-governing dominions ShirleyW. Smith. at the
highly efficient as tools of industry, must ratify the Parliamentary actI MIC IG INN
they are distinctly wrought to present now being passed, he said, in order Economics 53: The same section 320 South State Street
to causual observer and worker alike that it have effect in the respective arrangements have been made for "4t the Sign of the Clock"
_ _ __ -lands. (Continued on Pane 4)

GIFT PROBLEMS vanish when you
see this exquisite Holeproof Hos-
iery. Packed in the loveliest boxes
we've ever shown. From 69c to
$1.35, Campus Shoppe, 229 South
State Street, at Liberty. 12A
SLIPS-Rhythm and Stylfit-Tail-
ored and laced trimmed in pure
dye satin and silk. The finest you
can buy at $1.95 to $2.95. Evening
bags, a large assortment from $1,
to $5-Campus Shoppe, 229 South
State Street, at Liberty. 13A

Today 2:00 - 3:40 - 7:00-9:00
- Starting Today
IT'S BING'S LATEST
H IS H A P P IE S T H IT !Irrc
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ELECTRIC razors $10 and $15. Argus
candid cameras and all accessories
$12.50. Cocktail shakers and sets
$1.50 to $5.00. The Carlson Phar-
macy, 1112 S. University. 17A
A MAGAZINE subscription to Satur-
day Evening Post, $2.00. Brings joy
through the year. Stofflet News
Co. 208 South Fourth Ave. 24A
LET ESQUIRE dress you. Esquire
Men's Wear and Tailoring, 1319 S.
University. Phone 6527. 27A
NOW PLAYING

Nissley Brandt Is Given
Sociology Essay PrizeE
Nissley Brandt, '38, of Hamburg,
N.Y., has been awarded the Chi Ome-
ga prize of $25 for the best semester
thesis tendered by a woman student
in Sociology 51, it was announced
yesterday by Dr. Frank E. Robbins,
assistant to the President.
Her thesis, entitled, "Farm Life in
Northern Canada," was adjudged the
best by the sociology department fac-
ulty.

As for the title of the new king,I
Pfofessor Cross said there are only
two alternatives from which , to
choose: one is Albert I and the other
is George VI.
The future life of Edward probably
will be spent abroad, Professor Cross,
explained, for although there is no
law which will compel him to leave
the country, nevertheless expediency.
and good taste will dictate that he
leave. It is also possible that Parlia-
ment will confer a new title upon
Edward, Professor Cross stated, butI
none of his former titles would be!
legal.

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final Showring- of Martin lvnsNv.Cmd
Fhvn' e Cmd

PLAY PRODUCTION at the Mendelssohn Theatre
BOX OFFICE NOW OPEN - Phone 6300

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