THE MICHIGAN DAILY
WEDNESDAY;JAN. 20, 1937
Of The DAY
(By The Associated Press)
Asks Hold Up Of
LANSING, Jan. 19.-(P)-Frank A.
Picard, chairman of the State Un-
employment Insurance Commission,
recommended today that Michigan
employers hold up payment of pay-
roll taxes temporarily.
Picard suggested fhat Federal as
well as State payments be deferred
to avoid confusion. The probability
exists that the Federal government,
may extend the time for payment
of 1936 payroll taxes until March 31.)
If this is done, the State commis-
sion, according to Picard, will extend;
the time limit for payment of the
state tax to the same date.
Get Fresh 'Tips'
In Mattson Case
TACOMA, Wash., Jan. 19.-(G)-
Federal agents sent flying squads)
on the trail of scores of fresh "tips"
in their hunt for the kidnap slayer
of little Charles Mattson tonight
while Portland, Ore., police ques-
tioned a man they said fitted "per-
fectly" the description of the actual
JACKSON, Mich., Jan. 19.-(!P)_
Four inmates of the state prison of)
Southern Michigan received extra
sentences today when they pleaded
guilty to escape charges.4
The most severe penalty was in-
voked against John L. Smith of
Grand Traverse County, whose escape'
constituted his fourth felony. He
was sentenced to serve from 7 to 10
years in addition to an original sen-j
tence of seven years to life for at-;
tempted bank robbery.
Cause Of Crash
WASHINGTON, Jan. 19.-() -
The Air Commerce Bureau reported
today that an airplane crash which
killed six persons at Dallas, Texas,
Dec. 23 probably was caused by the
pilot's inexperience in handling a
twin-motored plane with only one.
Donald C. Walbridge, operations'
manager of the Braniff Airways, was
piloting the plane when it crashed
in flames near Love Field. Five
Braniff employes died with him. ,
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Of Campus Life
Is 'Ensian Aim
An informal presentation of the
campus-not dressed in its Sunday
best-will be the keynote of the 1937
'Ensian, according to Frank T. Dan-
nemiller, '37, editor.
Every aspect of the book, from the}
pictures of the dental clinic in full
swing to the shot of two shivering
Michigamua braves just admitted to
the tribe, will contribute to a real-
istic representation of the Univer-
sity. The arrangement of pictures
and of the flippant titles will not be!
done in the traditional, rigid style;
this style will pervade the volume,
lending local color to each college
and activity section, a survey of thej
'Ensian plans show.
The feature section, usually last,
will be placed in the front of this
edition of the Michiganensian. The
features, arranged chronologically,
will include scenes of the 1936 com-
mencement-the first time a com-
mencement has appeared in the year-
book--a full page of initiations and
shots of campus politicians in action
at voting machines.
The principal plates will be in twol
colors as before, but one color willI
appear on every page of black and
white, Dannemiller said. The staff
artists now are planning the layout
of the book. They are Alfred C.
Roth, Grad., head of the art staff ;
Benton E. Urmston, '38Arch.; DorisI
R. Bolton, '39, Arch.; Jane Hardy,
'39Arch and Dorothy A. Barrett,
'39Arch. They have decided to place
on the senior pages 25 pictures sur-
rounded by names and activity in-
formation. Senior pictures will be
vignetted, the result of a process that!
moves the dark spaces occupied by
suits and dresses and leaves 'little
more than the head silhoutted
against a white background.
The 1,360 senior photographs have
been received from the studios and
are ready to be sent to the engraver
and printer. The 'Ensian staff is 1
spending its afternoons sorting and
alphabetizing the cards that seniors
filled out when they posed for their
Ontario Reformatory Badly Damaged In Riot
Frosh Hopwood Turkey Avoids
E ui i
County Wants Control
Of Direct Relief Here
This scene of ruin was snappedi
at Guelph, Ont., after more than 7C
riot during which they set fire to t
estimated 100 to 150 who fled the in
later, the others either being captur
own accord. The picture shows c
tinguishers and other evidences of th
Policies Of State
Many Interviewers Know
More About Problem
IIntr e s m iu s st i u o iinnmu11nl s m1T, Th County Board of Supervisors
yesterday reconu ndcd to the State
Be In Jan. 29 A d F a s ism aa the county manage
" F The resolution adopted by the
(Continued from Page 1) group admitted the advisability of
1st Year Division Includes amending the present poor laws, but
Display Includes Works Turks, who seem to abhorr doctrin- also demanded abolition of the state
aire organizations, he said, emergency relief organization.
___Dr. Wright seemed convinced that
Turkey would not be the a diametrically opposing politico-
Freshmen who plan to enter man-Te powder keg economic organization is not quite so
uscripts in the Freshman Hopwood for the next general European war. odd, in Dr. Wright's opinion. "After
Award competition have until 4 p.m. "Turkey will do nothing to precipi- all," he said, "a white man and a
Friday, Jan. 29 to complete their tate war in Europe and in the event black woman may marry."
wok- that one should break out w ill do her Mussolini, in seizing Tripoli after
The freshman division of the Hop- ! best to remain neutral," he said. the war, and recently fortifying the
::woodAarsktegfto telthan hudbekotwl ohr u ni ezn rpl fe
wood Awards, the gift of the late Ataturk Has Solved Problem Dodecanese Islands which are dan-
Jule and Avery Hopwood to thei "Ataturk has solved the problem gerously near the entrance to the Dar-
University for the purpose of stim- of Constantinople and the Darda- danelles, has become Turkey's only
ulating student creative writing, are nelles which led to the Crimean war." bogey man. Dr. Wright asserted.
competed for annually by first-year Turko-Russian friendship has been He indicated, that the Turks feel
students enrolled in the English de- one of the strongest diplomatic that they would have been attacked
par tments of the College of Litera-on oftesrgstdpmai
tureSence and the Arg ad Lite- friendships in the world for many instead of Ethiopia if Turkey had not
ture, Science and the Arts and the ars, Dr. Wright explained as a been united and strengthened inilitar-
College of Engineering, result of the aid the U.S.S.R. gave ily in the past decade.
The contest is divided into three the young Turks in their revolution
fields: essay, prose fiction, and in 1922. STATIONERY
poetry; entries in each field are lim- That is one of the main reasons
Associated Press Photo ited according to the rules estab- the Turks asked the Lausanne powers, 100 SHEETS
inside the big Ontario Reformatory lished by the Freshman Hopwood last summer for the right to refortify 100 ENVELOPES
00 inmates had staged a nine-hour Committee. The manuscripts will be the Dardanelles, he believes. Printed with your name and address
he prison. A mere handful of the judged by Prof. Roy W. Cowden of The paradoxical union between THE CRAFT PRESS
s the English department, director of Communist Russia and a Turkey with 305 Maynard Street Phone 8805
istituti.n were at large a few hours the Hopwood Award; Dr. Frank E.
ed in Guelph or returning of their Robbins, assistant to the president
harred wodwork, empty fire 'ex- landmanaging editor of the Univer- THE ORATORICAL ASSOCIATION
he battle. sity of Michigan Press; and Prof. J. _presents
--- - - - __--- Raleigh Nelson of the English depart-
ment of the college of Engineering. E w ard, Of ir ~
To facilitate their work the manu- Edwkin on
ften Iae en Speaking on
scripts will first be read by the fresh- "
man contest committee and unac- "H A T' ANADVENTURE
rI rum Sa sceptable material willbe eliminated with Color Motion Pictures
Members of the contest commit- Hill Auditorium Thursday, Jan. 21, 8:15 p.m.
tee are Allan Seager, John F. Weim- ; ' Prices: 50c and 35c Tickets at Wahr's
the charges, it is made to appear er and Prof. Philip L. Schenk, all of
that he refuses to face his public. the English department. ---
"The silence carries the implication v im
that the man has something to hide
and the reader is led to jump at con-j .rmatic inauul
clusions," Professor Brumm said.
Quotations Can Be Revamped IsEagerly Awaite(1 THE GILBERT & SULLVAN COMIC OPERA
Professor Brumm then told of a Y oe
few of the ways a reporter can make (Continued fromnn Page 1) ''
life miserable for a man who refusesT - -e- -o er
co cooperate with them. Besides ask- swer. It may deal with the entire PLAY PRODUCTION and THE SCHOOL of MUSIC
ing him embarrassing questions, he problem of labor relations. No one
said, the reporters, can lift state- knows. The White House has been BOx OFFICE Now OPEN - Phone 6300
ments from their ccntext, playing peculiarly secretive on the matter.
them up and giving them an alto- Further, President Roosevelt has MENDELSSOHN THEATRE - All Week
gether different connotation. Quo- advocated sweeping governmental i
tations also can be revamped in such ( changes, changes that could alter t
a way as to be given a different entire governmental structure: a curb
meaning. on the Supreme Court, a revamping
All the larger papers now have of the administrative and executive
representatives in Washington, one branches of the government, govern-
of the nation's important news inent regulation of industry and util-
sources, continued Professor Brumm- ities in particular. His message on
These writers usually are experts in, the State of the Union was not defi-
their fields, some specializing in ag- nite or ccncrete. He did not advise
ricultural interests, others on finan- specifically what he wishes.
cial and political stories. As some of ha 1llH.Sa
the better known political reporters Today he may do that. Again he
of the present day, Professor Brumm may not.
mentiorned Walter Lippmann, David The world is periled by war. Armed
Lawrence, andDorothy Thompson; conflict, one that is a threat to all
Blair Moody and Mark Foote are peace, is going on in Europe. And
well known in the Detroit area. the Prsident is known to he deinit:-
Important decisions of state and
policy-determination by Presidents of'
the United States have often been in-
fluenced by reporters directing the
course of White House interviews,.
Prof. John L. Brumm, chairman of
the journalism department, said in
an interview yesterday.
"Calvin Collidge was a fine ex-
ample of this,", Professor Brumm
stated. "Reporters could get little
information out of Coolidge- he re-
800 Pictures Taken fused to be quoted directly on any-
More than 800 shots have been thing and all news was given out on
taken by the staff photographers, the basis of a 'spokesman's state-
Alfred S. Evans, '39, H. Austin Con- ment. The reporters often offered
sor, '39E, and Paul C. Keeton, '40L. suggestions by raising questions as
These cameramen have gone for their to the President's intended action
pictures, to the top of the Burton and thus provided ideas which other-
Memorial Tower ,to the inner recesses wise might not have occurred to him.I
of the Lawyers Club and to the oper- In response to these questions, Cool-
ating room of the medical school. idge would reflect a moment, then
give his famous one word reply."
Reporters Liked Coolidge
Coolidge's refusal to be quoted
D i ec.(o rv Imade the reporters resort to "off
fathe record" spokesman's statements
and these helped to build him up,
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1Pi Ck Heads Of,
ly decided to go to extreme lengths
to keep not only the United StaV*
but the world at peace. What will
he say about that today?
As hundreds of thousands jam the
special platform in front of the ha-
tion's capital, President Roosevelt,
having at his command more power
dhan any emperor or dictator ever
dreamed of having, will speak.
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of their interview drawn up before
they even meet their subject, because
most reporters are experts in their
iespective fields and often can make
a better statement respecting public The announcement of three com- -- - --
policy than can the office-holder; mittees for the University Centen- IONIA MOTORISTS BEWARE!
the reporter, he added, uses the in- nial to be held next June was made IONIA, Jan . 19.- OP) -County
terview to verify the information yesterday by Prof. Carl G. Brandt Prosecutor Greer H. Smith an-
which he has dug up from his own of the speech department, director of nouncd Tuesday that motorists con-
research, including the official s past the celebration. victed of driving while intoxicated
record. Prof. Philip Bursley of the French will spend at least 15 days in jail
Paper Can Discredit Man Department was appointed chairman and be fined at least $50. He said
A paper can easily discredit a man of the housing committee. Serving all Ionia County justices of the peace l
before his constituents, Professor with him on this committee will be had agreed to cooperate in a cam-
Brumm declared, by asking a man Prof. Harold M. Dorr of the politicalpagteducoora tacms
embarrassing questions; then when science department; Charles M. Da-
the man finds it difficult to anlswer vis of the geography department;
Stanley G. Waltz, manager of the
Union; Mrs. Allen S. Whitney, and
U.J " S. Colleg es Mrs. Laurence C. Stuart.
The publicity committee will be
sl East headed by T. Hawley Tapping, gen-
In eral chairman of the Alumni Asso-ds
ciation, and will include Roger W. Lydia Mendelssohn Theater
Aid Good FRIAY, Morrissey of the News Dissemination FRIDAY, JAN. 22
G oodf Bureau; Ralph N. Byers of the Ann CURTAIN at 8 P.M.
Arbor News; Elsie A. Pierce of The instead of 8:30, as advertised.
In recent years the American Near Daily; and T. H. Peck, representing curtain time has been advanced 30
Association has succeed- the Associated Press. minutes (for this performance in the
East College AThe entertainment committee will series only) due to the fact that Play
ed in fostering a general feeling of consist of Prof. Herbert A Ken- Production and the School of Music
internationalism between the Levant yonsro .nH ert men, are cooperating in presenting, 'Varsity
and the West, declared Dr. Walter yon of the Spanish department, show," scheduled for the same night
LivngtonWrht, epreidet o chairman; Valentine B. Windt, direc- at 10:30 from Hill Auditorium. This
Livigstn Wrght preidet ofIs-change permits members of the Band
tor of Play Production; Prof. Earl V. and Glee club to participate in both
tanbul American College in Istanbul' Moore, director of the School of events. Tickets for the broadcast will
in a University lecture yesterday on Music; Prof. David Mattern, director be distributed at the door.
'College Life in the Near East." . of the Glee Club; Mrs. Charles A.
With the aid of colored motion Sink, and Mrs. Isabel H. Ha.gh.
pictures Dr. Wright proceeded to take assistant curator of the Institute of
his audience on a tour of the cam- Fine Arts.
puses of the six colleges composing _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _
the Association-Robert College and
the American College for Girls in' O
Istanbul; American College at Sofia, MATS. 25c -- EVES. 35c tW
American University of Beirut, In-
ternational College (preparatory
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