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rRMDAY, DEC. 18,

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NEWS
Of The DAY

Meet To Draw
9 Geographess
From Michioan
Prof. Hobbs Is President
Of National Association
Convening At Syracuse

Pope Pets Collapses In Conference

EVENING RADIO
PROGRAMS

GIFT SUGGESTIONS

THE DAILY
Offers These Timely
C tlSei~s f O in

t.

(By The Associated Press)
Mrs. Simpson
Motors In Riviera

CANNES, France, Dec. 17.-(IP)- Nine present and
Wallis Simpson, wearing a smart
white ermine coat and a Russian- men will attend
style casque to match, motored in the meeting of the Ass
riviera twilight for an hour this eve- can Geographers
ning. week-end of Dec
She took no chances on the curious nounced yesterday
c'rowds which interrnted a shon-dy

d former Michigan
the 23rd annual
sociation of Ameri-
in Syracuse the!
31, it was an-

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ping trip earlier in the week and
made but one stop on her tour of the
beauty :ots near Cannes. That was
when the chauffeur-driven machine
paused at a Cannes hotel, on its re-
turn, to permit Mr. and Mrs. Herman
L. Rogers to alight.
Hydrogen Sulphide
Fumes Kill Chemist
CINCINNATI, Dec. 17. -'- (A) -
Deadly hydrogen sulphide fumes
struck down Fred Thamann, 38, to-
day in a laboratory where he con-
ducted a dangerous search for a
means to eliminate one of the hazards
of industry lead poisoning. {
His chief, Dr. Robert A. Kehoe, said
the research chemist died a hero's
death in effort to save the lives of
others endangered by the gas.
Haag Found Innocent
Of Streicher Murder
DETROIT, Dec. 17.-(/P)-Fred-
erick Haag, 51, was held Thursday
under $5,000 bond for trial on a
charge of gross indecency with a 13-
year-old boy at Haag's boys' camp
on the Huron River. Police who
questioned Haag said they found no
evidence linking him with the un-
solved killings of Richard Streicher,
9, of Ypsilanti and Robert Kenyon,
10, at East Tawas'
Name Committee
For Senior Dance
(Continued from Page 1)
ty Anne Beebe, Collegiate Sorosis;
Francis Marcero, Alpha Sigma Phi;
JacquelineKolle, Collegiate Sorosis
Sand Chester Thalman, Delta Kappa
Epsilon.
Hubert Bristol, Theta Delta Chi,
will be chairman of the Commence-
ment Committee, which includes
Marion Paterson, Alpha Phi; Willis
Tomlinson, Sigma Phi; Charles Pen-
zel, Psi Upsilon and Chris Everhard-
us, Delta Kappa Epsilon.
On the Publicity Committee,
Charles H. Haynes, Phi Kappa Psi,
will act as chairman, and with him
will serve Thomas Ayres, Trigon; Abe
Schlesinger, Jr., Zeta Beta Tau;
John Becker, Chi Psi and Donald
Cohen, Kappa Nu.
Clinton Conger, Sigma Phi, was
named permanent secretary and
treasurer.
All of the above are of the class of
'37.

Prof. William H. Hobbs of the de-
partment of geology is the present
president of the association. He will,
in addition to giving the presidential
address on "Discovery and Explora-
tion within the Arctic Region," con-
duct a special session on Jan. 1 de-
voted to the subject of polar explor-
ation.
As part of this session ProfessorI
Hobbs will deliver a paper on "An
Optical Phenomenon and Its Rela-
tion to the Discovery of Polar Lands."j
James To Talk I ATTCAN CITy, Dcc. 17- i-
Prof. Preston E. James of the geo-
graphy department, who is the secre- a period ez weakness tonght-the
tary of the organization, will deliver undue exertion.
a lecture on "New Maps of South visitcr, about 5 o'clcck in the even
America." . The newest setback came whip
Of the other members of the geo- day since his illness.
graphy department, Prof. Stanley D. Doctors and other persons close
Dodge will conduct a symposium Dec. evident the Pope must not again re
31 on "Problems in the Cultural Geo- are his forte, took occasion to urge hi
graphy of North America"; Prof. lie insisted on carrying on son
Robert B. Hall will speak on "The Cardinal Pacelli, the Papal secretar
Tokaido-Road and Region" as part ani, economic administrator of the
of the discussion of the Far-East; Ratti, teclnical director for Vatica
and Charles M, Davis will present a
paper on "Land Utilization in North
Park, Coo."St d tDee iv
Dr. H. Thompson Straw, who re- Stu e
ceived his Ph.D. degree here last
June, now teaching at Tennessee { f~ lX i--v
State Teachers College, will speak on
"Battle Creek, M ich.: A Study in ! r a e g a h . y J M S D N A'
Urban Geography." By JAMES DUNLAP
Talk On "Cooperative" Recent visitors to the Museums
Dr. Leonard S. Wilson, who also R
received his Ph.D. degree from the Building have been plagued by a man
University last June and is now at closely tracing their steps and plot-
Carleton College will lecture on "Co- !ting them on a large record sheet.
operative: A Kentucky Mining Coin- This sleuthing is being done for
munity." Miss Crystal Thompson, director of
Dr. Eric H. Faigle, now of Syracuse the visual education department, who
University, and Dr. Laurence McK- is making a study of the behavior
Gould, now of Carleton College, both of the Museum visitors.
of whom received their Ph. D. de- "Only by taking close observations
grees from the University in June of each visitor who goes through the1
1935, will also attend the meeting. exhibit-halls can we obtain the in-I
Dr. Faigle will speak on "Some As- formation we need," Miss Thompson
pects of the Urban Geography of said, "and it is for that purpose that
Syracuse," while Dr. Gould will lec- we have been employing six N.Y.A.
ture on "Geomorphology of the students this year."
Queen Maud Mountains." For every person whom these "mu-
seum detectives" notice entering the

6:00-
WJR Stevenson News.
WWJ Ty Tyson: Dinner Hour.
WXYZ March of Melody.
CKLW Johnson Family.
6:15-
VJR Rubinofl-Arthur
WXYZ Fact Finder.,
CKLW News and Sports.-
6:30--
WJR Jimmie Allen, F s
WWJ Buneuins:-Odd Facts.
WXYZ Day in Review.
CKLW Lane Prescott.
6 :45-
WJR Renfrew of the Mounted
WWJ Musical Moments.j
WXYZ LowellThomas.
7:00-
WJR Mortimer Gooch.
WWJ Amos and Andy.
WXYZ Mary Small.
CKLW Shadows on the Clock.
7:15--
WJR Popeye The Sailor.
WWJ Evening Melodies.
WXYZ Ford Bond.
CKLW Julie Wintz' Music.
7:30--.
WJR Goose Creek Parson.
WWJ Edwin C. Hill.
CKLW Variety Revue.
WXYZ The Lone Ranger.
7:45-
WJR Boake Carter.
wwJ Jack Randolph.
8:00-
WJR Broadway varieties.
WWJ Jessica Dragonette.
WXYZ Irene Ricn.
uKLW Captain Frank Hawks.
8 :15---
WXYZ Singin' Sam.
8 :3U-
WJR Andre Kostelanetz' Music.
WXYZ Death Valley Days.
CKLW Cesare Sodero Directs.
9:00-.--
WJR Hollywood Hotel.
WWJ Waltz Time.
WXYZ Fred Waring's Penn,,lvanians.

FOR HER
A MAGAZINE subscription to Har-
pers Bazaar, $4.00, brings oy
through the year. Stofflet News Co.
208 South Fourth Ave. 41A

Suggestions /n
Arbor. .Mehats ,..
CKLW Rick Roberts.
9:30-
WXYZ Twin Stars.
WWJ Court -of Human Relations.
CKLW For Men Only.
10:00-
:WJA1 Philadelphia Symphony.
WWJ, First Nighter,
WXYZ Court of Honor.
CKLW Al Kavelin's Music.
10:30-
WJR Mus-ical Program.
WWJ Soloist.
VVXYZ Lowry Clark.
CKLW Horace Heidt's Music.
10:45-
WJR News.
11:00-
WJR Evening Revue.
WWJ Sports Review: Dance °Music.
WXYZ George Kavanaugh's Music.
CKL(W News Reporter.
11:15--
CKLW Artpur Warren's Music.
11:30---
WJR Wismer Sports; Eddy
Duchin's Music.
WWJ Dance Music.
WXYZ Jesse Crawford.
CKLW Freddie Martin's Music.
11:45-
WXYZ Earl Hines' Music.
12:00-
WJR Carl Ravell's Music.
WWJ'Dance Music.
WXYZ Morrey Brennan's Music.
CKLW Paul Pendarvis' Music.
12:30-
WJR Meditations.
WXYZ Bert Block's Music.
CKLW Emerson Gill's Music.
1:00-m'
CKLW Sammy Kaye's Music.

FOR HIM
A MAGAZINE subscription to Life,
$3.50. Brings joy through the yepr.
Stofflet News Co. 208 South
Fourth Ave. 42A
University Of MichiganLS
To Broadcast Jan. 22
(Coptinued from Page 1)
suited to the broacast except for its
acoustical properties, hich ,ape bad
for broadcasting purposes. To broad-
cast from the auditorium an.audience
of 5,000 persois, or a full house., would
be necessary to absorb the reverbera-
tions of sound. In view of these cir-
cumstances. other and snialler halls
are being considered, including the
ballrooms of the Union and the
League.

- Associated Press Photo
-Pope Pius XI relapsed again into
result, worried physicians said, of
ing. It climaxed the Pontiff's best
le the pontiff was talking with a
to the Holy Father, saying it was'
sume the strenuous activities which
him anew to rest completely.
Mme work today, receiving Eugenio,
y of state; Dominic, Cardinal Mari-
Holy See and his nephew, Franco
,n City.
es Trace Paths
Of The Musleums I
out that if the majority of the visit-
ors are to trace the development of
life chronologically as is intended,
the displays must start at the right
and end up at the left."
As is shown by the figures pro-
duced by the fourth-floor observers,
which listed 137 persons who went to
the left as against 131 to the right, an
attractive animal display on the left
tends to draw many of the visitors to
the other side but not enough to war-
rant its being the only inducement.
Consequently, the Museums' regis-
ter will be moved over to the left side
of the second-floor hall and special
signs will be set up to direct the
visitors to procede from the left side
to the right as was intended they
should go when the exhibits were first
arranged.
"We hope to make these alterations
within the next few days," Miss
Thompson said, "and observations by
N.Y.A. students after vacation will
test the success of these changes."
.and after the show or before-
DANCE (Free)
and EAT
at the
MICHIG INN
320 South State Street
j At the Sign of the Clock"

-- NOW

WISHING EVERYONE
HIS MERRIEST

CHRISTMAS AND A VERY HAPPY NEW YEAR!
Starting Saturday - .
BARBARA STANWYCK
and JOEL McCREA
tBanjo On My Knee"

Jean Arthur - Joel McCrea
"Adventur'e in Manhattan"
March of Time - Popeye Comic
SUNDAY ---
"GO WEST YOUNG MAN"
- During Chistmas
Edna Ferber's
''COME AND GET IT"

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Club Plans Luncheon
For Chicago Students
A luncheon for all Michigan stu-
dents vacationing in and near Chi-
cago will be held Monday, Dec. 28,
by the University of Michigan Club of
Chicago in the Mandel Brothers Store
in Chicago.
Students have been asked to bring
their fathers to the meeting. Letters
announcing the luncheon were re-
ceived yesterday by local fraternities
from Wilbur C. Bacon, '08L, president
of the club.

museum rooms two solid sheets of
statistics are nade.
Among other things, the time of
the visitor's entrance is put down
with his probable age and occupa-
tion. Every step he makes is then
charted on a mimeographed map,
with special "X's" marking any stops
and a notation indicating the exact
length of each stop.
"This," one student-detective com-
mented, "is not so easy when a half-
dozen visitors are in the hall, all in-
sisting upon making figure-eights as
they wander from one exhibit-case
to another.
"Few people willssee the signifi-
cance of these facts, but they point,

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LOST AND FOUND
WILL PERSON who found watch in
basement staff room of the Library
Wednesday please return to Mar-
garet Mann. Room 311 Library and
receive reward. 226
FOR SALE
FOR SALE: One portable Remington
typewriter. In good condition. Price
$15. Phone 8927. 226
So Long, Students!
and
A Merry Christmas R
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HAPPY N EW YEAR

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