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PAGE TWO

THE MICHIGAN DAILY

SATURDAY, JAN. X%, 1937

PAGE TWO SATURDAY, JAN. ~O. 1937

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NEWS
Of The DAY

(By The Associated Press)
Second Victim
Of Crash Dies
WASHINGTON, Jan. 29.-(A')-
Lieut. Joseph B. Zimmerman died to-
day in Walter Reed Hospital, the sec-
ond victim of an army plane crash
yesterday near Front Royal, Va.
Two other members of the plane's
crew were in a "critical" condition
tonight. Authorities of the army
hospital said Sergeant J. Addison
Harvey of Hampton, Va., and Private
John W. Anderson of Greenville, Pa.,
were burned severely
Liner Reports
No Immediate Danger
NEW YORK, Jan. 29.-(P)-Har-
assed by fire and storm, the $3,500,-
000 Clyde Mallory liner Shawnee la-
bored toward New York tonight as-
suring other ships along the coast
that her 190 passengers and 174 crew
were in no immediate danger.

Rules Governing
J-Hop Announced,
(Continued from Page 1)
the hands of the Hop Committee and
not delegated to the orchestra lead-'
ers.
7. The Hop Committee shall be
responsible for the proper conduct,
while in the gymnasium, of all those
attending the Hop. Smoking in the
booths or on the floor of the hall is
absolutely forbidden, and is permitted
only in the place provided for that
purpose. The use, possession or
showing the effect of intoxicants will
not be tolerated. Offenders shall be
ejected from the hall and their names
reported to the Judiciary Committee.
8. Violations of the regulations of
the Hop traceable to any group, but
not to individuals, shall render the
entire group liable to penalty.
9. No person shall reenter the
building after once leaving.
10. The furniture for the booths
may be taken into the Intramural
Building only between the hours of
9 a.m. and 12 noon on Friday, Feb. 12,
and must be removed Saturday, Feb.
between the hours of 9 a.m. and 121
noon.

Coffin Names Robinson, Frost
Outstanding Poets OfAmerica

Relief Faeilities Pope Spends Day
In Ne lWith Spirits Lifted
In New Albany I
T1 1iS VATICAN CITY, Jan. 29.-Pl-
Taxe( 6 d ioLim iI 'il le "CI+ UnL 01filu+i-

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FOR RENT
SUNNY ROOM for graduate student.
Soft water. Well heated. Private.
417 S. Division. 2-1772. 338
SUITE with private bath and shower'
for 3 or 4. Also large double, cross
ventilation, adjoining lavatory.
Steam heat, shower bath. Phone
8544. 422 E. Washington. 335
FOR RENT: Clean, warm single
room. $3.50 per week. 503 E. Lib-
erty. 337
FOR RENT: Single room for man
student. Approved house. 8181
Packard. 330
FOR RENT: Large light double room
for boys. Comfortable bed. Shower.
Call 2-2605. 341

since the Pontiff became ill more than
seven weeks ago. He received Car-
dinal Pacelli. Vatican secretary of
state; Count Franco Ratti, his
nephew:;andMonsignor Giulio bra-
zioli, dean of the Rota Tribunal.
Vatican sources said the Pope
showed "more of the characteristics
of convalescence than of active ill-
ness," and attendants said, the cir-
culatory congestion was lessening.

FOR RENT: Double room, light, I
comfortable. For men. Close to
campus. 520 Forest. Tel. 2-3308.
Mrs. Black. 334
NICELY FURNISHED two rooms
front apartment for elderly lady or
couple. Near University Hospital.
Jennings House. 1142 E. Catherine
St. 328
WANTED
PASSENGER to drive to Los Angeles
about Feb. 11. New car. Randall
Travel Service. 345
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

Eleanor Wylie Considered lives in complete independence, have
preserved in their speech a languageI
Greatest Woman Poet; idiom which is the very essence of (Continued from Page 1)
Sandburg Also Praised literature, 'he said. I-. _____
The proletarian poets, in Coffin's stationed in the business district in
By JOSEPH GIES opinion, include many excellent writ- row boats.
ers, but he deplored a tendency Professional jealousy is one of the
written in America today than r any amcng them, fostered perhaps by fa- big handicaps here in the flood area.
ote cntAmr, Robdrt P.a Triram vorable critics, to regard themselves Typical cases are those of conflicting
C oufiNewEglntyoet.hTrstrmas "the only frogs in the pond." authority between city, state, and
Coffin, New England poet who lec- Federal authorities and there is a de-
tured here last night, said in an in-,i sire on the part of all too many people
terview yesterday afternoon.E ENN RA be inhagen
Naming Edwin Arlington Robinson EV NNGR DI o eincare
Downtown Louisville is partly un-
and Robert Frost as the two out- PROGRAMS der water, but the greater part is per-
standing poets in the country, Coffin fectly accessible. The picture of this
said there were a great many others I gay dery town, usually so wild and
close behind, as well as a large" num- ,
ber of writers of the second rank. CKLW-1030 Kiloeyeles carefree, now without water and
Beside obrinso and Frsthd sinld 6P.M. light and with kerosene lamps burn-
Bese oisnadFoth ige :15-Dream ship, ing gloomily in the biggest hotel lob-
out Carl Sandburg and Eleanor Wylie 6:15-News and Sports. g
for special praise, calling the latter 6:30-Enoch Light's Orch. bies is a never to be forgotten sight.
6:45-Alfred Gus Karger. !Eeyhr steuiomo h
"the greatest woman poet we have 7:00-French Lessons-Professor Everywhere is the uniform of the
ever had, even better than Emily Lecn Troya.ymilitia, and an air of forboding.
Rossttiher7:15-Nat Brandiwynne's Orch.
Dickinson and Christina Rossetti, her 7:30-Trans-Radio News Bulletins. Guards Have No Guns
nearest rivals." 7:35 -Melody Interlude. The local unit of the National
7:45-Palmer House Ensemble.Guri5ntalwdferm ad
Prefer Frost To Robinson 8:0C--Benay venuta's Program. Guard is not allowed firearms and
I 9:00--Toronto Maple Leafs vs. when the coast guard or the khaki-
He prefers Frost to Robinson, he Montreal Maroons.
said, but indicated this was merely a 10:30-Chicago Symphony Orch. clad officers in charge of the boats
personal choice. Sandburg, whom he -1:00--Canadian Club Reporter. go in to try and recover the boats
knows personally, and Vachel Lind- 11:30-Freddy Martin's Orch. which are stolen they are met by
say, he described as "splendid de- 12:00-Shep Field's Orch. ominous shotguns pointed from up-
scendants of Walt Whitman, the 20A.M. per story windows.
greatest poet in American literature." 1:00-Al Lyon's Orch. The transporting of the aged and.
Sandburg, he added, while not of the 1 :30-Sterling Young's Orch. of the very sick is one of the saddest
stature of Whitman, is "a growing 2 wt7er Korecystsparts of the flood. One woman had
poet, whose work is still improving." WJR-50 Kilocycles a baby while being transported in
Commenting on student writing, 6:00-StevensonNews an outboard.
Coffin, who was a judge in the major 6:15-This-week in Review. Disease Still Spreading
fiction division of the Hopwood 6:45-Listen to This.Many flood reports have been
Awards last year, expressed himself 7:30-The Carborundum Band. greatly exaggerated, but the great-
as "very much impressed." He praised 8:0-Moments You Never Forget es t danger still lies ahead. Contagion
the Hopwood contests as aids in de- 8:30-Columbia Workshop. and disease are springing up faster
veloping student creative work and 9:00-The Nash Speed Show. than innoculation is taking place. A
9':30-Your Pet Progranm.
remarked apropos of the freshman 10:00-"Your Hit Parade." visit to the armory here this morning
contest, which ended yesterday, that 10:30-Fiesta-Lud Gluskin's Orch. revealed the balcony filled with sick
it was best "to catch them while 11:00-News.f
11:15-Symphony and Chorus and dying and a terrific odor of dis-
they're young." In speaking of the from Tokyo, Japan. infectant.
Hopwood material he read last 11 :30-Wismer Sports.
nely 11:35-George Olsen's Orch. Negros stretched in pitiful lines of
Spring, which included the newly112:00--Carl Ravell's Orch. over a mile waited for food and water
published "Straw the Wind, of :30-LarryLee'sO crations in various sectors of the city.
Ruth Lininger Dobson, winner of the-
$1,500 major award, Coffn said, "The WWJ-920 Kilocycles
work I read was particularly good in I: -yTyo' P.M.YPE RI I G
local color; in this respect much of 6:10-Ty Tyson's Sports. TYEWRI P H I NG
6 :10--DinnerĀ° Music.
it was the equal of about any regular 6:30-Press-Radio News.
professional writing I have seen." 635 -Soloist. Pomptly and neatly done by experi-
prfsinlwiig6:45-Religion in the News. enlced operators~ at moderate prices.
Stresses Local Color 7 :0--Song Stories. t..R 1 L L
He went on to stress the value of I 7:20-Hampton Institute Singers. 314 South State Street
local color as a factor of increasing 7:45-Sports Parade.
8:00-Saturday Night Party.
importance in writing. The chief 9:0-o-vil tIPg
weaknesses of student writing, he 9:30-Shell Chateau Program.
found, are plot structure and dia- 10:30-Irvin S. Cobb.
11:00-Northwood Inn Orch.
logue, which he attributed to "lack 11:30-Dance Music.
of practical experieice with the 12:00-webster Hall Orch.
world" on students' parts. 12:30--weather.
Asked why so many poets and writ-_______-----___a": . ': :::': .:_
ers come from Maine, his native ---------- '-- ! r r
state, Coffin said the answer i prob- Eye Glass Frames
ably found in the climate-"there's Repaired.
moret climate to the square inch in Lenses Ground. ."
Maine than any place I know"-and '
the independent spirit of the people. HALLER'S Jewelry
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directing affairs of church, his spirits
lifted by a return of Sunday weather.
The day was one of the busiest

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FOR SALE

SELLING CONTAX candid camera.
F 3.5 lense. Carrying case. Price
$100. 339
FOR SALE: Fancy apples. Filtered
sweet cider. Popcorn. Ph. 3926. 1003
Brooks St. 331
TUXEDO, size 38. Good condition.
Price $15.00. Can be seen at 1421
W. Huron. Tel. 6123. 333
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NICE comfortable rooms for students.
$2 up per week. Jennings House.
1142 E. Catherine St. 327
CAMPUS (3 blocks southeast). De-
sirable 4 rooms furnished. Private
bath. $50.00 with utilities to re-
sponsible couple. 928 Oakland.
, 336
FOR RENT: Single room. Large.
Three windows. Excellent beds.
$3.50 per week. 617 Packard. Call
Arthur, 7415. 342
FOR RENT: Three room, unfur-
. Pished apartment, available Feb. 5.
1328 Washtenaw. Call 4901. 344

LAUNDRY 2-1044. Sox darned.
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FOR RENT: Two room apartment
available second semester. Electric
stove and refrigerator. 1227 S. Uni-
versity. Call 23801. 343

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ROOMS FOR RENT: Two comfort-
able double rooms for upper class-
men. Phone 2-1767. 928 Forest.
276
FOR RENT: Two room suite, first
floor. Rent moderate. 1207 Willard.
Call 5745. Box 13. Mich. Daily.
346

FOR RENT: Double room, one-half
block from campus. Unusually com-
fortable. Low rent. 912 Monroe.
Phone 8741.
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