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THE ~ MICHI XN!IAXITLY

"'WMNESDAY, DEC. IM~ 1939

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GIFT SUGGESTIONS

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NEWS
Of The DAY

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ihe Program For Today's Sing

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(By The Associated Press)
German Troops Used
By Spanish Fascists
MADRID, Dec. 15.-(P)-Govern-
ment forces wiped out the rear guard
of the Fascist attacking Madrid while
the insurgent commanders threw
German troops into their front lines,
defense officers declared tonight.
A government announcement said
Ge. Francisco Franco's troops were
"destroyed" in flank action at Fres-
ned Illas, 25 miles west of Madrid.
The insurgents were lured almost
to the Socialist line before the gov-
ernment militiamen launched a
counter-assault with machine-guns,
mortars and rifles, and drove them
back, the official statement asserted.
At the same time the Fascists were
repulsed in an attack on Valdemorillo,,
east of Fresned Illas,j
Sentiment Growing
In Behalf Of Frank
MADISON, Wis., Dec. 15.-')-
Sentiment against the removal of
President Glenn Frank came from
new quarters tonight on the eve of a
special meeting of University of Wis-
consin regents.
The regents will meet tomorrow.
ostensibly to discuss the budget, but
rumors persisted that friction be-
tween Frank and a Progressive bloc
of regents might burst into flame.
Open opposition developed between
Frank and the Progressive majority
on the board two years ago with the
dismissal by Frank of Dean Chester
Snell -
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I. Hymns of Christmas
a. BELLS: "In Dulci Jublio," Ger-
man 14th Century.
b. BELLS AND AUDIENCE: "Joy
to the World," Handel.
1. Joy to the world, the Lord is come!
Let earth receive her King.
Let every heart prepare him room,
And heaven and nature sing
And heaven and nature sing,
And heaven and heaven and na-
ture sing.
2. He rules the world with truth and
grace,
And -makes the nations prove
The glories of his righteousness,
'And wonders of his love
And wonders of his love
And wonders of his love
And wonders and wonders of his
love.
11. Cradle Song
a. CHILDREN: "Away in a Man-
gcr," Luther.
Ill. Pastorale
a. BELLS AND AUDIENCE: "The
First No well," French-English.
1. The first Nowell the angel did say,
Was to certain poor shepherds in
fields as they lay;
In fields where they lay keeping
their sheep,
On a cold winter's night that was
so deep.
Nowell, Nowell, Nowell, Nowell,
Born is the King of Israel.
2. They looked up and saw a star,
Shining in the East beyond them
far,
And to the earth it gave great
light,
And so it continued both day and
night.
Nowell, Nowell, Nowell, Nowell,
Born is the King of Israel.
IV. Carols Of the Magi
a. Intzrlude-BELLS: "Pastorale
Symphony" (Handel-Messiah).
b. MEN: "We Three Kings of Orient
Are," Hopkins.
1. We three kings of Orient are;
Bearing gifts we traverse afar
Field and fountain, moor and
mountain,
Following yonder star.
0, Star of wonder] star of night.
Star with royal beauty bright,
Westward leading, still proceeding,
Guide us to Thy perfect light.
2. Glorious now behold him arise,
King and God and sacrifice;
Alleluia, Alleluia,
Earth to the heavens replies.
O, Star of wonder, star of night,
Star with royal beauty bright,
Westward leading, still proceed-
ing,
Guide us to Thy perfect light.

V. Songs of the Holy
Night
a. BELLS AND AUDIENCE: "It
Came Ujwn the Midnight Clear,"
Willis.
1. It came upon the midnight clear,
That glorious song of old,
From angels bending near the
earth,
To touch their harps of gold;
"Peace on the earth, good-will to
men
From heav'n's all-gracious King"
The world in solemn stillness lay
To hear the angels sing.
2. For lo! the days are hast'ning on.
By prophets seen of old,
When with the ever circling years
Shall come the time foretold,
When the new heav'n and earth
shall own
The Prince of Peace their King,
And the whole world send back
the song
Which now the angels sing.
b. BELLS AND AUDIENCE: "Hark
the Herald Angels Sing," Mendels-
sohn..
1. Hark! the herald angels sing,
"Glory to the new-born King!
Peace on earth, and mercy mild;
God and sinners reconciled.
"Joyful, all ye nations, rise;
Join the triumph of the skies;
With th' angelic hosts proclaim,
"Christ is born in Bethlehem."
Hark! the herold angels sing,
"Glory to the new-horn King."
2. Hail, the heav'n-born Prince of
Peace!
Hail, the Sun of Righteousness!
Light and life to all he brings,
Risen with healing in his wings.
Let us then with angels sing,
"Glory to the new-born King!
Peace on earth, and mercy mild;
God and sinners reconciled!
Hark! the herald angels sing.
"Giory to the new born King."
c. WOMEN: "O Little Town of
Bethlehem," Redner.
1. O little town of Bethlehem,
How still we see thee lie;
Above thy deep and dreamless
sleep
The silent stars go by;
Yet in thy dark streets shineth
The everlasting light;
The hopes and fears of all the
years
Are met in thee tonight.
2. O holy child of Bethlehem!
Descend to us, we pray;
Cast out our sin, and enter in,
Be born in us today.
We hear the Christmas angels
The great glad tidings tell;
Oh come to us, abide with us,
Our Lord Emmanuel!

d. BELLS AND AUDIENCE: "Silent
Night," Gruber.
1. Silent night! Holy night!
All is calm, all is bright,
Round yen Virgin Mother and
Child!'
Holy Infant, so tender and mild,
Sleep in heavenly peace,
Sleep in heavenly peace.
2. Silent night! Holy night!
Son of God, love's pure light
Radiant beams from thy holy fare,
With the dawn of redeeming
grace,
Jesus, Lord, at thy birth!
Jesus, Lord, at thy birth!
VI. Traditional Carols
a. BELLS AND MEN: "God Rest
Ycu Mciry, Gentlemen," English.
1. God rest you merry, gentlemen,
Let nothing you dismay,
Remember Christ our Savior
Was born on Christmas Day;
To save us all from Satan's pow'r
When we were gone astray.
0 tidings of comfort and joy,
comfort and joy.
O tidings of comfort and joy.
2. Now to the Lord sing praises,
All you within this place,
And with true love and brother-
hood
Each other now embrace;
This holy tide of Christmas
All other doth deface.
O tidings of comfort and joy,
comfort and joy,
O tidings of comfort and joy.
b. BELLS AND AUDIENCE: "O
Come, All Ye Faithful," Reading.
1. O come, all ye faithful,
Joyful and triumphant,
O come ye, O come ye to Bethle-
hem;
Come and behold Him
Born the King of Angels:
O come, let us adore Him,
O come, let us adore Him,
O come, let us adore Him,
Christ the Lord.
2. Sing, choirs of Angels,
Sing in exultation,
Sing, all ye citizens of heav'n
above:
Glory to God . . . In the highest:
O come, let us adore Him,
o come, let us adore Him,
Christ the Lord.

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Haber Says Full
Job Insurance
Bill IsExpected,
(Continued from Page 1)
said. "leans toward "a waiting period
of three consecutive weeks of unem-
ployment before benefits begin. The
unemployed person will be entitled
to 60 per cent of his regular salary,
he said, with the weekly amount be-
ing computed by taking 1-13 of the
quarterly amount. Reports on em-
ployees will be submitted quarterly
rather than weekly, he said, in order
to keep the administrative work at a
minimum.
The commission is inclined to fa-
vor $7 as a minimum .weekly wage
and $18 as a maximum, he stated.
This tax on the total number of
workers is expected to raise $47,000,-
000 in 1937 and $51,000,000 in 1938,
Professor Haber estimated.
Although the tax is levied even on
1936 payrolls, the state bill will not
provide benefits until 1940, the time
when they start under the Federal
Act.
The benefits to be paid out, he
said, are in no way related to the
need, but merely to the amount of
money the three per cent tax will
provide-probably 15 to 16 weeks of
unemployment aid.
A person to receive benefits under
the proposed bill, Professor Haber
pointed out, must meet these condi-
tions:
1. He must be unemployed for
three consecutive weeks and able to
work.
2. He must not refuse a suitable
job, "suitable" to be determined by
the state employment agency.
3. He must be registered at the
state employment agency, to be set
up under the bill.
4. He must not be on strike.
5 He must work in an insured oc-
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6. He must be a regularly employed
worker, the conditions constituting
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by the Commission.
7. He must not have quite volun-
tarily or have been discharged for
cause. (The Commission is debating
the imposition of a penalty of addi-
tional time before benefits are avail-
able in this regard).
In general, according to Professor
Haber, this State bill, as all state
bills, must, in order to come under

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the Federal Social Security Act, have
these provisions: 1. All money col-
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ington but be available to the state at
any time; 2. All money must be paid
out in benefits, with all administra-
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Electrical Engin
Truth About Pr
By FRED THOMSON
The electrical engineers are going
to take the bull by the horns tonight
and openly divulge their long-re-
pressed observations about engineer-
ing professors when the smoker of
the American Institute of Electrical
Engineers swings into action at 7:30
p.m. in the Union.
The students, definitely arrayed for
verbal battle, are going to be repre-
sented by a robot, while the dignity
of the engineering professors is going
to be upheld by Prof. William G. Dow
of the electrical engineering depart-
ment.E
Apple Polishing Advice
According to an announcement
made by Jerome Weisner, '37E, presi-
dent of the society, the evening will
commence quite unostentatiously. All
those attending will be given books
on "Apple Polishing." "These," said
Mr. Weisner, "will serve as the third
line of defense against the professors
in case we are unable to, completely3
humble them tonight. If we can-
not subdue them, the books will show

Hers Will Tell
'ofessors Tonioht
of the student engineers will be the
presentation of a robot whose me- I
chanical brain supersedes "by far"
the brain of the ordinary electrical
engineering professor. The brain of;
this as yet untitled mechanical en-
gineer is guaranteed to handle the
most intricate problems with the ut-
most ease.
Irony Of System
The second line of defense will
serve as a bulwark in establishing
the irony of the whole engineering'
method. A talk will be given on!
the "Engineering Aspects of the Ele-
phant."
On the shoulders of Professor Dow
rests the burden of permanently put-
ting the students in their assigned

places for all time. His method, it
is understood, will invoke subleties
that only professors can invoke.
When he gives his imitation of a
student as seen from the eyes of the
faculty, he expects them to once and
for ever to respect the mighty aura
of electrical engineering faculty-help.
Professor Holland Toastmaster
The toastmaster of the evening,
and it is hoped that he will remain
neutral, is to be Prof. Lewis N. Hol-
land, of the engineering department.
Prof. Benjamin Bailey will be the
main speaker for the occasion. The
topic for his discussion has not yet
been announced.
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