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THE MICHIGAN DAILY FRIDAY, APRIL 2, 11

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Being Held In Indiri d dit or Resigns
AL Northwestern

Purchase Of Canned Goods
Needs Care, Economist Says

Alter Uensorin j (Continued from Page 1) Vaniva, Palmolive, Latherall)," theE
report said.
Charging censorship, Julian Behr -found Grandmother's (A&P), Knick- Lotions to be used for after-shav-
C ng s , B -erbocker and Hanscom to be what ing puwposes are good' from the
stock resigned the editorial chair- they considered "best buys." Taystee standpoint of making money and for
manship on the Daily Northwestern, bread was rated "not acceptable," re- little else, according to Consumers
that paper announced on March 24. ceiving a poor count in respect to Union. "Probably more money is
Eight members of the staff out of 12 taste as well as giving a short weight lost by the purpose of such useless
on the tested samples. preparations as Aqua Velva, Men-
x whom the paper had been able to Loti.ns nen's Skin Balm, Palmolive Lotion,
Shaving Soaps And Lotions
itach, announced their intention of and Mennen's Skin Bracer than is
esigning also. Interesting information regarding lost by the purchase of needlessly
shaving soaps and lotions is given by expensive creams or soaps. After-
S Behrstockpresented the situation Censumers Union in its reports for shave lotions are essentially mixtures
in his official statement as follows: February, 1937. On the basis of the of alcohol and water, with or without
"An editorial statement of my posi- chemical ingredients contained in menthol, coloring matter and per-
mon was, in fact, withheld because it the soaps and creams, and from the fume. Stripped of their fancy con-
tinwas intbaccwithetabetoavyeistandpoint of economy, Latherall tainers, famous names, and appeal-
Bay Rum Shaving Cream, sold by F. ing advertising, the ingredients of
olicials. The Board of Publications, W. Woolworth, was rated the best these products cost the manufacturer
therefore, was forcing me to print buy by the organization. "There is but a cent or two per bottle, but
the statement of the university plus one common ingredient of lather- sell for from 25 to 58 cents," the
the statement of the Navy at the ing-type shaving creams, cocoanut February report stated.
same time it refused to allow an an- oil, which is known to be irritating Ater Shaving Lotions
swer refuting the Navy's charges and to some skins. Those finding that a "After-shave lotions are not use-
showing how Navy officials were vi- particular shaving cream irritates ful or necessary as antiseptics, they
olating the freedom on which the their skin may therefore find relief will not 'heal tiny nicks,' 'tone the
university most prides itself." by avoiding creams which analysis skin,' or 'shut dust and dirt out of
The Naval Unit bulletin in ques- shows to be high in cocoanut oil the pores.' We are unable to say,
tion threatened disciplinary recom- (Listerine, Ingram's, Ward's) and however, whether Aqua Velva will
mendations for any of its members using one low in docoanut oil (Squibb, enable you to 'keep that just-shaved-
3 who participated in "communistic with-Williams feeling all day long';
discussions," according to the article. Peace Council discussions, is to por- and when the Mennen Company in-
tray the original action which precip- timates that their Skin Bracer will
itated such present-day organized make a man 'alluring' because it 'has
ar Prodction protests against war as Peace Day, a subtle fascinating odor which the
Nelson said. girls like, too' our laboratory tests,
* The play portrays a morning in alas, fail us," the report continued.
irec or tat s "Te pay ortays monin in Probably the most audacious ad-
, irector States November-about to become the first
Armistice Day-with a dozen Amer- vertising scheme ever tried, however,
__________Ainstier Da-it aGdozn Arsmers, occurred when a manufacturer of
Room 302, Nelson said. isolated in a front line trench, quar- horse liniment, having lost his mar-
The playwright, Rosten, like Ar- iedi am ontle tn a - ket because of the use of automo-
reling among themselves in a series
thur Miller, author of "They Too of violent incidents which finally ex- biles, changed all the labels on his
A ise," is here on a scholarship given plode all nationality lines, differences large supply of bottles and proceeded
y the New Play Bureau, an organi- in rank, rules and regulations. The to market the product as a cure for
zaticn developed by several film com- soldiers finally admitting that they tuberculosis.
panies for judging new plays. "Voices have been suckers, squarely about-
From November," with Miller's play, face to fight in the future the same German Club Will Give
xwere the only two plays ever awarded forces they had defended with their
prizes in the "social play" division, flesh and blood-to do the very thing 'Green Cockatoo' April 6
acco rding to Nelson. the Peace Council proposes," Nelson The drama "The Green Cockatoo'
i'C ten's purpose, drawn from explained.-.,.

KRESGE ADDS TO FUND OI kA IRS FREE D
DETROIT,E April 1.-()-S. S. FLINT,-April
Kresge, the ten-cent store manlae, vi, lleiry Krali and ether
Chas given 450,000 sharesof stock e01 anzr01h ttni Auto ll-.
I mated to be worth $12,500,000 to the bile Wkers Union, were cleared
Kresge Foundation for "general 'Iuisuay of unlawlu assembly and
charitable purposes." He establishe i (operty destruction charges based
the foundation in 1924 andl two years an a riot ,Jnu 1iy 11 at isher Body
later gave stock then w .h ) P1w N 2. Munipal Juge Elwin
000,000. D Mallor ismin. d the cases.
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EVENING RADIO PROGRAMS
CKLW-1030 Kilocycles WJR-750 Kilocycles
P.M. P.M.
6:00-"Magic Island." 6:00-Stevenson News.
6:15-News and Sports. 6:15-Envoys of Melody.
6:30-Lane Prescott's Ensemble. 6:30-Republican State Central Com-
6:45-Rhumbg Rhythms. mittee.
7:00--P'hil Marley's Orch. 6:40-Ironized Yeast.
7:15--Ted Lewis' Orch. 6:45-Pretty Kitty Kelly.
7:30-Trans-Radio News Bulletins. 7:00-"Mortimer Gooch."
7:35--Melody Interlude. 7:15-Vocal Varieties.
7:45-Musical Echoes. 7:30-The Allen Family.
8:00-Mario Morelli's Ensemble. 7:45-Boake Carter
8:30-Cesare Sodero Directs. 8:00-Broadway Varieties.
9:00-Raymond Gram Swing. 8:30-Hal Kemp's Orch.
9:15-Horace Heidt's Orch. 9:00--Hollywood Hotel.
10:00--Vincent York's Orch. 10:30-Musical.
10:30-Bamberger Symphony Orch. 10:30-Favorite Melodies.
11:00--Canadian Club Reporter. 10:45-Vocals by Verrill.
11:15-Bernie Cummins' Orch. 11:15-This Week-in-Review.
11:30-Freddy Martin's Orch. 11:45-Wismer Sports.
Midnight-Tommy Dorsey's Orch. 11:50-Jay Freeman's Orch.
12:30--Clyde Lucas' Orch. Midnight-Marvin Frederic's Orch.
1:00-ount Basey's Orch. 12:30-Leon Belasco's Orch.
1:30--Weather Forecast. 1:00-Sign Off.
WWJ-920 Kilocycles
P.M.
6:00-Ty Tyson's Sports.
6:10-Dinner Music.
6 :30-Bradcast.
S -- - - - 6:40-Odd Facts.
''Ti 6:45-Musical Moments.
7:00-Amos 'n' Andy.
4 7:15--Voice of Carelessness.
7:20-Evening Melodies.
7:30-Dudley Brothers.
7:45-Caballeros.
8:00-Lucille Manners.
9:00--Waltz Time.
letcher s 9:30-True Story Hour.
10:00-First Nighter.
10:30-Pontiac Varsity Show.
11:00-Webster Hall Orchestra.
11:30-"Northern .Lights."
12:00-Northwood Inn Orch.
Midnight-Northwood Inn Orch.
12:30-Weather.
WXYZ-1240 Kilocycles
fl P.M.
6:30-Day in Review.
- /6:45-Lowell Thomas.
7:00-Baseball Extra.
{ 7:15-To Be Announced.
7:30-The Lone Ranger.
8:00--Irene Rich.
8:15-Singin' Sam.
8:30-Death Valley Days,
enerous portion of Calkins--8:45-Michigan T BAssociation.
geneous ortin ofCalkns-9:00-Universal Rhythm.
tcher's Ice Cream covered 9:30-Twin Stars.
10:00-Girl Scouts 25th Birthday.
h your favorite flavor and 10:30-Lowry Clark.
ped with a cherry. Special 11:00-Don Bestor.
111:30-Phil Levant.

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