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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

SATURDAY, JAN, 23, 1937

PAGE TWO SATURDAY, JAN. 23, 1937

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NEWS
Of The DAY

(By The Associated Press)
May Modernize State
Parole System
WASHINGTON, Jan. 22.--()-*
State Representative M. Clyde Stout,
member of the Michigan delegation
to the Council of State Governments,
said today the Michigan Crime Com-
mission would ask the State Legisla-
ture within a week for $300,000 to
modernize the Michigan parole sys-
tem.
Stout discussed the problem of
improving the parole system after
listening to a discussion at a council
meeting of efforts being made to im-
prove state and federal cooperation in
the control of crime.
Accompanying Stout to the council
sessions are State Senator J. Neal
Lamoreaux and State Representative
Carl F. Delano,
Stout has been a member of the
Michigan Crime Commission which
during the past two years has studied
the problem of paroles and rehabilita-
tion of criminals. A report on the
recommendations of the commission,
Stout said, will be filed with the
Michigan legislature in about a week.
Coast Guards Search
For Missing Fisherman
MARQUETTE, Jan. 22.-(P)-The
coast guard cutter Nansemond left
Marquette harbor at 5:30 p.m. today,
for Huron Island, about four miles
off Baraga in Keweenaw Bay, to
search for Harry McIntyre, Baraga
fisherman, and three aides, unte-
ported for two weeks.
Capt. Fred Sollman of the Portage
Canal, Mich., coast guard said he had
been asked to send a cutter to search
for McIntyre, but that he had been
unable to launch a boat in the slushy
ice.
Hundreds Pay Last
Respects To Bishop
DETROIT, Jan. 22.-(WP)-Sorrow-
ing hundreds walked by the bier of
. Bishop Michael J. Gallagher in the
l piscopal residence in Palmer Woods
today, paying their last respects to
the prelate of the Detroit Catholic di-
ocese.
Doors of the residence were opened
at 10 a.m., and will remain open until
3 p.m. Sunday, when the body of
Bishop Gallagher, clad in his purple
robes, will be taken to SS. Peter and
Paul's cathedral where it will lie in
state until the funeral Tuesday morn-
, . ing.
The pontifical requiem mass will be
sung by Archbishop John T. Mc-
Nicholas of the Archdiocese of Cin-
cinnati. Bishop Gallagher's closest
friend, Bishop Joseph C. Schrembs
of Cleveland, will leave a sick bed to
preach the eulogy.

Spanish St .dents
Are Not Radicals
(Continued from Page 1)
Spain, the professor explained that
the highly developed extracurricular
activity common to American col-
leges is practically unknown in Spain.
"Whatever activity there is," he said,
"is conducted in a most informal
manner, even athletics are developed
almost entirely on an intramural
basis.
"In recent years there has been a
distinct democratization of Spanish
higher education, especially as re-
gards the education of women," Pro-
fessor Aiton said. At least one-fifth
to one-fourth of the present enroll-1
nents are women and this propor-
tion bids fair to increase as women
are flocking to the schools for train-
ing in teaching, technical work and
even laboratory technique.
"In spite of the democratic move-,
ment, however," Professor Aiton said,
"Spanish students remain a pmuch
more select body than we have here
in America, as there is a ruthless
weeding out in Spain of the in-
competent ones. Higher education
is not regarded as a privilege for
everyone to enjoy."
EXTEND POWERS
WASHINGTON, Jan. 22.-(AP)-
The House without a record vote
today passed and sent to the White
House a bill to extend the lending
powers of the Reconstruction Finance
Corporation until June 30, 1939. 1

Nine Hour Conference Fails To Break Auto Strike

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Secretary of Labor Francis Perkins announced in Washington that a nine-hour conference participated in
by Gov. Frank Murphy of Michigan, and labor lead ers had failed to evolve a plan to break the strike dead-
lock between the auto union and General Motors. Shown at the conference are, left to right: John L. Lewis,
chairman for the Committee on Industrial Organization; Secretary Perkins; Gov. Murphy; James F. Dewey,
Federal commissioner of conciliation.

Iota Alpha Inducts
28 New Members
Twenty-eight students taking
graduate work in engineering were
initiated into Iota Alpha, national
graduate engineering fraternity, at
the annual banquet held Thursday
night in the Union.
The following list of initiates, all
graduates, was announced by B. L.
Springer, of the department of Aero
engineering, president of the Michi-
gan chapter:
Lawrence Clements, Robert Camp- 1
ing, Leon Sampson, Charles Griffin,
James Lientz, Allen Smith, Adolph
Lovoff, Homer Martin, Herbert Web-
er, John Reifel, Ward Paine, Suvon
Vodhana, Paul Maier, Cranston Wil-
cox, Camillo D'Amico, Ralph Math-
ews, Allen Foust, William Dalee, Bry-
mer Williams, Charles Pan, Erman
Scott, Jack Sheets, Shao-Wei Li,
Yuan Kao Chow, William Snair, Rob-
ert Clark, Allen Miller and Harry
Sorenson.
Heaps To Take
New Ministerial
Post On April 16
The Rev. Allison Ray Heaps, pas-
tor of the First Congregational
Church, will end his eight years of
service as minister here Easter to
become the pastor of the Memorial
Congregational Church of Spring-I
field, Mass.
Mr. Heaps offered his resignationi
and announced his acceptance of the
eastern pastorate at a recent bus-
iness meeting of the Congregational
church. He will take ov, his new
duties in Springfield April 1, deliver-
ing his last sermon in Ann Arbor
Easter Sunday.
"One of the happiest features in
my work here has been my contact
with the students," Mr. Heaps said
yesterday. "They have stimulated.
me and perhaps, I have really gotten
more from them than I have given
them."
Prof. Preston W. Slosson was ap-
pointed by the members of the Con-
gregational church to draft resolu-
tions expressing their appreciation
for Mr. Heaps' work here.

State Trooper's
Slayer Is Given
Life Sentence
MONROE, Jan. 22.-(P-- Alcide
(Frenchy) Benoit, confessed killer of
a state policeman whose body he left
shackled to a rural mail box, sullenly
received a sentence of life imprison-
ment at hard labor today. The pen-
alty is the most severe possible under
Michigan law.
Stolidly, the 24-year-old paroled
convict, who admitted that his career
of crime included "40 or so" rob-
beries and abductions, pleaded
guilty to a murder charge. He had
confessed the merciless killing of
State Policeman Richard F: Ham-
mond, who had arrested him Tues-
day night for the abduction of a
Detroit used car salesman.
Circuit Judge G. Arthur Rathburn
recessed court to talk with Benoit in
his chambers. Then the judge heard
from Sheriff Joseph Bairley, and
State Police Sergeant Orva Jackson
details of the youthful killer's con-
fession.
Pronouncing the life sentence, to
be served in the state prison of
Southern Michigan, Judge Rathbun
said he withheld comment because
"to express my true feelings would
be below the dignity of this court."
Wolverine Elects Six
S As Board Of Directors
Six men were elected to the board
of directors of the Michigan Wol-
verine, student co-operative restau-
rant, last night in a meeting held in
Lane Hall.
The men elected to the board are
John Scheibe, '37, Robert Pressprich,
'38E, Ernest McKenzie, '38, Howard
Gould, '38, Marvin Bergsman, '38,
and R. W. Munson, '39. This board
will head the organization for the
second semester
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6:00-
WJR Stevenson News.
WWJ Ty Tyson: Dinner Hour (6:10).
WXYZ Nickelodeon.
CKLW Dream Ship.
6:15-
WJR Week in Review.
CKLW Joe Gentile.
6:30-
WWJ Press Radio; Soloist.
WXYZ Day in Review.
CKLW Jule Wintz's Music.
6:45-
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WWJ Religion In News.
WXYZ Rhythm Parade.
CKLW Alfred Gus Karger.
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WXYZ Town Talk.
CKLW French Lessons.
7 :15--
WJR Diamond City News.
WWJ Drama: Hampton Singers.
wXYZ Sandlotters,
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7 :30-
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WXYZ Lutheran Hour.
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WXYZ George Kavanagh's Music.
CKLW String Ensemble.
8:00--
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WWJ Saturday Night Party.
WXYZ Ed Wynn.
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WWJ Joe Cook.
10:00-
WJR Your Hit Parade.
WXYZ Lowry Clark's Music.
10:30-
WJR Gov. George Earl.
WWJ Irvin S. Cobb.
WXYZ Johnny Hamp's Music
CKLW Harold Stokes' Music.
10 ;45----
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11:00-
WJR Fiesta. '
WWJ Dance Music.
WXYZ Hockey Scores.
CKLW News.
11:15-
CKLW Ted Weems' Music.
WXYZ Phil Levant's Music.
11:30-
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Olsen's Music.
WWJ Dance Music.
WXYZ 400 Club Dance.
CKLW Freddy Martflin's Music.
11:45-
WJR-Late News.
12:00-
WJR Carl Ravell's Music.
WWJ Dance Music.
WXYZ Morris Brennan's Music.
CKLW Shep Fields' Music.
12:30-
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CKLW Dick Jurgen sMusic.
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1:00-
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1:30-
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s Receive $220,00 ""Nemours Co., Wilmington, Del., $350
ts ec) from Bauer and Black, division of the
:Kendal Co., Chicago, for research on
the subject of adhesive tape irrita-
In. Gifts; Make Appo"wintmen'tion
-__ _ _Dr. Lorin E. Kerr, Jr., was appoint-
ontiued ron Pag 1)ed to an interneship in the State Psy-
"tinuec froni Page 1) McMath - Hulbert Observatory at co nhcH spihy
Lake Angelus in 1937; $1,000 (anony- chpaticnHspital.
niversity divisions and ac- mous) for furnishing several rooms le oabens:
in the Union annex, now under con- eaves o absences. O
aduate activities; all see- struction; $25 -from the local chap- ProfGrant Leaves Of Absence
bureaus in the extension ter of Chi Omega to provide for the P .Lee R. Schoenmann of the
the library extension serv- Chi Omega award; $250 from Henry forestry school for a week to 10 days
ureau of Appointments and S. Hulbert, Detroit, one of the hon- hea th Teissee Valey Autosterito
nal Information; the Bu- orary founders of the McMath-Hul-hpt TneLA ority;
Alumni Relationships; ,the bert Observatory, toward the support Partment fRom June 15 to epzoology
f Cooperation with Educa- of the observatory in 1937; $500 pa ied erodiJunein5tept.w1st-r
stitutions; the Bureau of (anonymous) as an addition to the a field expedition in the southwest-
lumni Relationships; the Prescott Memorial Fund. er part of the United States; Eu-
Training Department of ygene D. Hart of the library staff from
e TriigDeatnto Plymouth cut-away chassis valued Feb. 15 to June 15; Prof. A. E. White,
Gov Rnmen e industRial at $200 from the Plymouth Motor Car director of the engineering research
raining of the Department Co. to the engineering college; $50 department, for two months begin-
onal Education: and such from Mrs;. William H. Gilbert toward ning Jan. 18 because of poor health;
sions and activities of the the financing of the research now Prof. Roy H. Holmes of the sociology
that from time to time being conducted under Dr. Frank M. department for the second semester;
ludled.Wilson of the Medical School; $1,000 Prof. Waldo Abbot, director of Uni-
r. Bruce Appointed from the President's Birthday Ball versity broadcasting, from the end
Committee to be used for research of Spring Vacation to the opening of
tes D. Bruce, vice-president on infantile paralysis at the Univer- the Summer Session; Dr. John Alex-
of University relations, was sity Hospital; $1,500 (anonymous) ander of the surgery department for
chairman of the division for the publication of an account of four months beginning Jan. 1; Mr.
ymond W. Waggoner, ap- the new solar tower at Lake Angelus; Bruce from Jan. 4 to March 4; Dr.
rector of psychopathic hos- $97 from a group of Ann Arbor resi- Isador J. Hauser, holder of the Can-
notified that his leave of dents for the G. Carl Huber Memorial field Fellowship in Otolaryngology,
originally granted until Fund from Jan. 10 to April 10; Dr. Helene
this year, was to have term- Money For Research E. Schutz of the Health Service for
c. 31. The resignation of January and February because of ill-
an S. Hill as professor of Orne thousand twvo hundredtollas ess.
n S.Hil asprofsso offrom Parke, Davis Co., Detroit, fornes
iiatry department and a research on tissue immunity; $450 Dr. Robert L. Williams, assistant
ber of the psychopathic from Gustavus D. Pope, Detroit, for registrar, was granted membership in
vas also announced. fidexdiintthDvsMu- the University Senate.
3 i a field expedition to the Davis Moun- The resignation of Prof Nicholas
gents denied the proposal tains in the spring under the direc- T gFalcon of the music schoolwas
versity Council that Spring Itien of Dr. Josselyn Van Tyne of theD.Flm fhe uscchows
begin at noon Saturday, zoology department and W. Frank accepted.
ather than Friday, April 9, Blair of the Museum of Zoology;
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gifts: ' $7,193.85 from the Michigan tenance of the Lamont
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