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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

THURSDAY,' JAN. 7, + 937

PAGE TWO THTJ1I~SDAY,' JAN. 7,4937

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NEWS
Of The DAY
(By The Associated Press)
Penal Reform Bill
Nears Completion
LANSING, Jan. 6.-()-A bill em-
bodying Gov. Frank Murphy's penal
reform study commission's recom-
mendations and intended for im-
mediate submission to the legislature
neared completion today.
Hilmer Gellein, newly appointed
parole commissioner and a member
of the commission, declared the
measure, if adopted, would take pa-
roles out of politics and consolidate
prison management.
Mattson Case A pproaches
Breaking Point
TACOMA, Wash., Jan. 6.-(/P)-A
crisis appeared imminent tonight in
the kidnaping of Charles Mattson,
10, with the probability negotiations
soon would be completed with his
abductor and the $28,000 or more
demanded ransom paid.
Dr. W. W. Mattson, the boy's fath-
er, issued an urgent plea for privacy
for the last dramatic act intended
to bring about the release of the
smiling, freckled boy who was seized
10 days ago.
Canpus Flu Under
Control,_Says Bell
(Continued from Page 1)
Bell said. "For the person who is ex-
posed to a cold there seems to be
little or no immunity."
"University health authorities take
great pride in the fact that the ma-
jority of students know how to take
care of themselves when they get a
cold. The most intelligent students
do not go to their clases when they
have a cold. They realize the value
of taking care of their own health,
tand of protecting other students." she
stated.
Most of the present cases of in-
fluenza in the Health Service started
at home during the holidays, although
there are a few. which have started
since the beginning of classes, Mon-
day.
"There are no student cases of
pneumonia at present in the Health
Service or in the University Hospi-
tal," she declared, "even though all
of the beds are filled in the Health
Service. A.rumor tha all of the beds
- or student influenza patients at the
University Hospital were filled, and
that they were being removed to St.
" Joseph's Hospital was disproved by
University Hospital authorities.
All of the men's and women's gym
classes as well as all medical stu-
dents will be given special instruc-
tion in the care of colds, Dr. Bell
said.

Second Session
Of Symposium
Will Be Held
Council Of Religion Will
Sponsor Discussion Of
InterfaithGroup
The second session of the Inter-
faith Symposium sponsored by the
Council of Religion will be held from
3 to 5 p.m. Sunday in the Grand
Rapids Room of the League with the
topic for discussion announced as
"Truth-Relative or Absolute."
Dr. Yuen Z. Chang, .visiting lec-
turer in English, Rabbi Bernard Hel-
ler. director of H-illel Foundation, and
Prof. Preston W. Slosson, of the his-
tory department, will give the view-
points of the Confusians, Jews and
Christians respectively with reference
to the general question of the par-
adox which man, submerged in the
practical aspects of life, faces as he
views the high ethical standard which
is set before him and by which, his
religion says, he is judged by his
Deity.
Some of the practical issues which
will be discussed by the speakers are
as follows: The Ten Commandments
and the Modern Business Man; the
Serman on the Mount in Our Amer-
ican Life-Is the Absolute Possible?;
If Man Adopts the Relative Attitude,
What Becomes of the Ideal?
The talks scheduled for the Sym-
posium will be informal and students
and faculty members will join in the
discussion following the speeches.
The purpose of the Symposium is
to lay before the audience composed
of representatives of the major re-
ligions on campus the general prin-
ciples of their religions in regard to
practical problems of life, according
to Dr. Edward W. Blakeman, coun-
selor in religious education.
Babcock Dinner
Tickets On Sale
Now, Says Cody
Tickets for the parting testimonial
dinner being tendered to the Rev. Fr.
Allan J. Babcock, pastor of St. Mary's
Catholic Student Chapel who is being
transferred to Rome to become vice-
rector of the North American College,
are now on sale, according to Fred
Cody, '37, chairman of the committee
in charge.
The dinner is to be held at 6:00
p.m. on January 12th at the Michigan
League, Cody said. At that time :he
hope sto have about 500 of the many
friends of Father Babcock on hand
to wrish him well in his new capacity
at Rome. The tickets have been set
at 80 cents each so that all can come
who wish to do so.
Among those expected to attend
are Pres. Alexander G. Ruthven and
the Right Reverend Michael J. Gal-
lagher, bishop of Detroit.

Chaplain Offers Prayer At Opening Session Of Congress

EVENING RADIO
PROGRAMS
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WJR Stevenson News.
WWJ Ty Tyson.
WXYZ March of Melody.
! (:KL Dinner Music.
5----
WJR Hot Dates in Music.
WWJ Dinner Music.
WXYZ Fact Finder.
CKLW News and Sports.
WJR Melody and Rhythm.
WWJ Press-Radio: Odd "Facts.
WXYZ Da- in Review.
CKLW Julie Wint' 'Music.
WJR Renfrew of the Mounted.
WWJ Heinrich Pickert."
WXYZ Lowell Thomas.
W.JRPoetic Melodies.
j WW.J Amos and Andy.
wXYZ Easy Aces.
CkLW Musical Echoes.
WJR Diamond CityNews.
WJ Drama:: Evening Melodies.
\VXYZ Un-Sung Champions.
CkLW Hal Kemp's Music.
R Alexander Woolicott-Town
WVWJ Rario Extra.
WXYZ Green Hornet.
CkLW News and Music.
7 : 45-
WJR Boake Carter.
CKLW Pleasant Valley Frolics.
WJR Kate Smith's Bandwagon.
WWJ Rudy Vallee's Variety Tour.
WXYZ Big Broadcast.
CKLW Bamberger Symphony Orch.
8:30-
WXYZ Norsemen Quartet.
CKLW Guy Lombardo's Music.
9:00-_
WJR Major Bowes Amateurs.
WWJ Show Boat.
WXYZ WPA Symphony.
CKLW Gabriel Heatter.
9:15-
CKLW Horace Heidt's Music.
9:30-
CKLW Al Kavelin's Music.
WXYZ America's Town Meeting.
10:00-
S WJR Adventures with Floyd

Interfraternity
Council To Hold
InitialMeeting
Activities for 1937 in the Inter-
fraternity Council will be discussed
next Wednesday, when that body
meets for the first time this year, ac-
cording to George Cosper, '37, presi-
dent.
Among the things to be considered
at this meeting, Cosper said, will be
the Annual Interfraternity Sing, an
outdoor competition held among fra-
ternities, usually about the time of
the May Festival and the fraternity
initiation banquet, at which it has
been proposed to give a cup to the
pledge class having the highest
scholastic standing. Rushing rules
will also be discussed.
A committee on rushing headed by
Jack Otte, '37, has corresponded with
various schools getting information
from them regarding their rushing
systems and will report at tfMis meet-
ing, Cosper said.
The Men's Council will also hold
its first meeting of the year next
Wednesday, according to Miller
Sherwood, '37, president. Next week's
meeting will be a dinner meeting at
the Union, Sherwood said, and among
the things that will be discussed is
the recent Daily Goodfellow Drive.

- Associated Press Photo
Members of the House of Representatives are shown standing with b-owed heads near the Speaker's ros-
trum as Chaplain James Shera Montgomery (indicated by arrow) offered prayer to open the first session of
the lower house of the Seventy-Fifth Congress.

To Draft Bills Promi tsng Ian
.Relief LAdmnnistration Changes!

DAILY OFFICIAL
BULLETIN

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Classified Directory
LAUNDRY

Group To Meet Tomorrow
To Implement Report
For EarlySubmission
(Continued from Page 1)
mission which would include a State
department of public welfare; a State
mental hygiene commission and,
under it, a department. of mental hy-
giene to administer the nine State
institutions for the insane, mentally
defective and epileptic, and to ad-
minister the mental hygiene pro-
gram; and a Michigan corrections
commission and a corrections de-
partment to have jurisdiction over
the present functions of the prison
commission and of the commissioner
of pardons and paroles.
In 1940 the creation of a crippled
children's bureau with an advisory
committee is recommended within
the department of public welfare,
calling for the simultaneous aboli-
tion of the present crippled children
commission. It is further recom-
mended that the two State institu-
tions for the blind and the one in-
stitution for the deaf be transferred
to an existing agency, the State
Board of Education.
Director Suggested
The Commission also suggests that
the members of the new departments
be selected upon competency with no
regard for political beliefs and affilia-
tions and to serve overlapping terms.
In regard to the proposed correc-
tions department it is also recom-
mended that the commission at its.
head appoint a director. of paroles
and probation to serve for a three-
year term and to be removable only
by the Supreme Court. Also all the
personnel in this department should
be employed on the basis of a civil
service merit system; it is advised.
The local public welfare adminis-
tration recommendations are that
there be established in each county
a department of public welfare, the
chairman of which is to be appoint-
ed by the State department of pub-
lic welfare, and that this depart-
Lecturer Describes
Lesbeque Integras
Mathematicians on campus and
from neighboring districts gathered
yesterday in Angell Hall to hear Prof
Constantin Cartheodory, visiting pro-
fessor at the University of Wisconsin
discuss the origin and principles of
Lesbeque Integrals, in a University
lecture.
These integrals arise, he explained
from the integration of the deriva-
tive of a continuous function in one
or more variables. The process in-
volves the addition of a distinct func-
tion which is not necessarily equal tc
zero.
He established axioms for point
sets and functions of measure anc
described the applications to the cal-
culus of probability.

ment should take over the functions THURSDAY, JAN. 7, 1937
of the county emergency welfare re- VOL. XLVII No. 73I
lief commission, soldiers and sailors' NoticesI
relief commission, superintendents of Notice to all Faculty Members and
the poor, old age assistance board Officers: Arrangements have been
and county agents, all of which made with the purpose of having in
would be abolished. the General Library both for present
It was further suggested that any purposes and for future historical
two or more adjoining counties may value, a file of the portraits of mem-
form a district department of public bers of the faculty and University of-
welfare and that any city over 300,- ficials. It is highly desirable from the
000 population may operate a sep- Library's point of view that this file
arate department along the lines of be of portraits in niform size. Port-
a county division. Also all employes raits will be mad without cost to
of the county departments of welfare any faculty member or officer by
should be chosen under a civil serv- Messrs. J. F. Rentschler and Son.
ice merit system set up in accordance Members of the faculty are cordially
with standards prescribed by the invited to make appointments with
State department of public welfare, Rentschler and Son for the purpose.
it is recommended. Any special questions arising with re-
'Wvould Create Fund spect to the matter may be asked
The report further advised that either' of the secretary of the Uii-
there be created in each county a versity, Mr. Shirley W. Smith, or the
public welfare fund into which shall Librarian, Mr. William W. Bishop.
be deposited all money raised and re-
ceived for the public welfare activi- Members of the University Coun-
ties administered by the proposed de- (Continued on Page g)
partment and out of which all claims
appropriate thereto shall be paid ex- MUSKEGON ELECTS MAYOR
clusively. MUSKEGON, Jan. .-(I)-The
The commission divides the wel- Muskegon city commission has elect-
fare functions which it believes ed George D. Vanderwerp mayor.
should be financed respectively by
the State and local units. The State,
it advised, should finance, with fed-
eral aid, old age assistance, aid to
dependent children, relief for the
blind, hospitalization of crippled and
afflicted children; the county gov-
ernments should finance county in-
firmaries, hospitalization of afflicted
adults, transportation of indigents
and miscellaneous relief charges not
otherwise provided for. Joint re-
lief financing is advised for the un-
employed and other needy persons This is the sale you have I
who do not fall into categories enum-
erated above. Drugs, Toiletries and Sun
The commission also suggested Cine Chest
measures by which the State might
beneint more fully under the Federal
Social Security Act. It suggests that
the State make suitable appropria-
tions for old age assistance, relief
for the blind, and aid to dependent
children, and that the eligibility for
old age assistance be extended to 200 SHEETS
include persons who are not citizens 15c .
but who are otherwise eligible. 500 SHEETS
Certain - Safe
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Gbbons
WWJ Music Hall.
CKLW Cab Calloway.
10:30-
WJR March of Time.
WxYz Jamboree.
CKLW Leo Reisman's Music.
11:00-
WJR Mummers.
WWJ Tonight's Hockey' Sports
Review: Dance Music.
WXYZ Hockey Scores.
CKLW News Reporter.
11:15-
CKLW Frank Dailey's Music.
WXYZ Russ Morgan's Music.
11:30-
WJR Wismer Sports: Red
Nichols' Music.
WWJ Dance Music.
WxYZ George Kavanagh's Music.
CKLW Ted Weems' Music.
11:45-
WXYZ Paramount Silver Jubilee.
12:00-
WJR Carl Kavell's Music.
WWJ Dance Music.
CKLW Benny Goodman's Music.
12:30--
WJR T.o Be Announced.
CKLW George Hamilton's Music.
12:45--
WXYz Jimmie Garrett's Music.
1:00-
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Jenniings
Dining

1142 East Catherine Street
Telephone 9134
Special Sunday Dinners
40c
served Family Style
TURKEY - GOOSE
DUCK - CHICKEN
Reasonable Rate
for Meal Tickets-
JENNINGS
DINING ROOM
1142 East Catherine Street
Telephone 9134
We have private lobbies and a
large dining room for entertain-
ing clubs or societies. Showers
and parties a specialty. Rates
very reasonable.

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LEARN
TO DANCE
Social Dancing taught
daily. Ter,.ace Garden
Dancing Studio. Wuerth
Theatre Bldg. Ph. 9695
2nd Floor

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Advertising Department. Phone 2-1214.
The classified columns close at five
aoclock previous to day of insertion.
Box numbers may be secured at no
extra charge.
Cash in advance 11c per reading line
(on basis of five average words to line)
for one or two insertions. 1Oc per read-
ing line for three or more insertions.
Minimum three lines per insertion.
Telephone rate - 15c per reading line
for two or more insertions. Minimum
three lines per insertion.
10% discount if paid within ten days
from the date of last insertion.
WANTED
WANTED: Double room in an ap-
proved league house for next se-
mester. Near campus. Michigan
Daily. Box 7. 226
WANTED: Living accommodations
for woman beginning school second
semester. Apartment, single room,
or else, Michigan Daily, Box 8.
227
CLOTHING WANTED TO BUY: Any
old and new suits, overcoats at $3,
$5, $8; $25. LADIES FUR COATS,
TYPEWRITERS, OLD GOLD, and
musical instruments. Phone Sam.
6304. 78x
WANTED: Girl to share apartment
for three. Immediate reply neces-
sary. Phone 8828. 1338 Washtenaw.
230
LOST AND FOUND
LOST: Black Parker fountain pen.
Name, Leonard Wilson on pen.
Phone 8127. 239

LAUNDRY 2-1044. Sox darned.
Careful work at a low price. 6x
BOARD
BOARD job for two boys renting
suite for second semester. Call
landlady. 2-2276. 232
FOR RENT
WEST-SIDE. T h r e e unfurnished
rooms and bath. $40.00. All utilities
furnished. 313 Pauline Blvd. 231
ROOMS for girls available second
semester in approved graduate
house. 1327 S. University. 233
FOR RENT: Room 4 blocks from
campus. $3.00 per week. Phone
7345. 237
FOR RENT: Furnished house; four
bedrooms; oil burner, very desir-
able. Call 7756. 229
FOR SALE
FANCY, EATING and cooking apples,
sweet filtered cider, popcorn. Ph.
3926; 1003 Brooks St. 236
NOTICES
EXPERT GERMAN TUTORING by
native German. Call 8590 or in-
quire 4122 N.S. Dr. Braun. 238
EVENING CLASSES in shorthand,
typing, and bookkeeping at the
Ann Arbor High School. The sec-
ond semester begins Monday eve-
ning, Jan. 11. Registration fee $4
per subject. For further informa-
tion, call 5797. 235

been waiting for! Take advantage of our specials on
dries. Now is the time to stock up and fill your medi-

Stationery
Special!r
Presenting a New Michigan Sta.
tionery, Engraved with Campus
Views - 24 Sheets, 24 Envps. -
69c
Also bigger value packages all
at real bargains.
Dental Needs
50c TEK Toothbrush 39c
50c Prophylactic Toothbrush 39c
50c WEST'S Toothbrush . . 43c
20c WEST'S Toothpaste . 12 c
2 for 25c
50c IPANA Toothpaste . 39c
COLGATE'S Toothpaste . 20c
and 33c

DOR IAN
.FACE SOAP
4 Bars and
Wash Cloth
05c
1VICKSj
VAPO-RUB
Regular 35c
GILLETTE
BLADES
BOX of 12
Reg. 49c
39C _

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50c Tube
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SPECIAL!
Friday - Saturday - Sunday
Hot Caramel Sundae, 8c, 2 for 15c

MATINEES 25c
Now
ROBERT YOUNG
FLORENCE RICE
'The Longest Night'
And
JOHN HOWARD
MARSHA HUNT

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The twin stars of "The Big
Broadcast" are here again!
Adolph Zukor presents
"HIDEAWAY
GIRL"

Have you tried the new Barbecued Sandwich at our fountain?

It's delicious!

.and Oly Oc!

WEEK-END FOUNTAIN SPECIAL
n+" 17,1fnpP an Sudae1

.2 for25,c

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