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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

SATURDAY, FEB. 20, 1937

TWO SATURDAY, FEB. 20, 1931

NEWS
Of The DAY
(By The Associated Press)
,pread Search For 3
soapes Convicts
JACKSON, Feb. 19.-(A)-Three
elusive convicts who stole five auto-
mobiles within six hours after they
escaped over the front wall of the
state prison of Southern Michigan
were the objects of a widening search
tonight.
The fifth motorcar they stole, a
Quincy, Mich., garage tow-car, was
found this afternoon on a Coldwater
parking lot.
On a report that three overall-clad
men were seen in a box car on a
west-bound New York Central freight
train, state police overtook the train
at Bronson, but the fugitives were
not found.
Navy Investigates
Explosion On BattleshipI
SAN PEDRO, Calif., Feb. 19.-()-
In secrecy as close-guarded as that
which surrounded the war games
themselves, the navy. today investi-
gated an explosion on a battleship
which killed seven and left 13 wound-
ed in the sham battle of San Cle-
mente.
Aboard the demilitarized battleship
Wyoming officers met in a board of
inquest, surveyed the disaster scene,.
then talked to surviving eye-witnesses
to ascertain why a 30-pound charge
of high explosive blew up in the
breach of the secondary battery yes-
terday.

New University Department Has
Problem To Keep Its Students

Administrative Agencies
Of State Want Students
For Positions
(Continued from Page 1)
riculum for public service has been
available here after 1930 until last
fall when the Institute of Public and
Social Administration was set up,"
Professor Benson said.
Last fall, six students enrolled in
the graduate program but were all
called into actual service even before
the semester closed, Professor Ben-
son said, all of them working for the
general and the personnel division of
AllStudent Unitarian
Services To Be Given
An experiment in religious services
to discover whether or not there is a
place for a campus meeting where
students may express themselves
along aesthetic and devotional lines
will be given at 7 p.m. Sunday in
the Unitarian church.
Marshall D. Shulman, '37, will act
as minister in the all-student service
of poetry, music and meditation. Carl
Nelson will sing and Robert Camp-
bell, Gra i., will read some of his own
poems. Cathleen Schurr, '37, will
assist in the service, the general
thenie of which will be "Youth and
the Modern World."
A discussion on this.theme will fol-
low the service at 7:45 p.m.
TO 4DDRESS CONFERENCE
Prof. Edson R. Sunderland, of the
Law School, has gone to Cincinnati
to give an address at a Conference
on Trial by Jury to be held by the
Cincinnati Bar Association today.

the State Emergency Relief Adminis-
tration. "I hope we can keep our
new group for a little while," he said.
Many of those who left to work, he
explained, can utilize this time as
their apprenticeship and gather ma-
terial for their required thesis, writ-
ten on some phase of the work en-
countered during the period of ac-
tual field work. This thesis is re-
quired, Professor Benson said, before
the degree of Master in Public Ad-
ministration can be granted.
Dr. Lent D. Upson of the Detroit'
Bureau of Governmental Research is
director of training of the Institute
and supervises the apprenticeship
period which must be served by.
everyone taking the curriculum.
Professor Benson came to the
University last fall from the Univer-
sity of Chicago, where he had been
acting as a lecturer in the political
science department. At the same time
he was managing editor of State
Government, a magazine put out by
the Council of State Governments,
an association of governments of
many of the states in the Union.
Previously, he was a member of the
government department at Harvard,
1930-1934.
U.S. Labor Party IS
Th'oughtUnl ikel y
(Continued from Page 1)
ment' that American trade unionism
accomplished more that the political
labor parties in Europe.
The ascendancy of unionism, Pro-
fessor Dickinson showed, is charac-
teristic of all revival periods, with
strikes adding to the speed with which
wages are raised. Now, he said, wages
are advancing at a greater pace than
the cost of living.
In discussing the present union set-,
up, Professor Dickinson debunked the
idea that the CIO is essentially a
syndicalist and revolutionary or-
ganization. The only way in which
it can be construed as revolutionary,
he continued, is in its tactics, the
"sit-down" strikes.
If the UAW or its parent organiza-
tion CIO would have authorized the
actual running of the plants, in-
stead of merely sitting down in them,
Prpfessor Dickinson pointed out, it
might then be regarded as politically
revolutionary, on a keel with the
labor organizations in Italy before
the advent of the Fascist regime.
Many, he said, claim that the CIO

EVENINGRADIO
PROGRAMS
CKLW-1030 Kilocycles
P.M.
6 :00-Dream Ship.
6:15-News and Sports.
6:30-En och Light's Orch.
6:45-Alfred Gus Karger.
7:00-French Lessons-Professor7
Leon Troya.
7:15-Nat Brandwynne's Orch.
7:30-Trans-Radio News Bulletins.
7:35-Melody Interlude.
7:45--Palmer House Ensemble.
8:-O-Benav Venuta's Program.
9:00-Toronto Maple Leafs vs.
New York Americans, Hockey.
10:30-Harold Stokes' Orch.
11:00-Canadian Club Reporter.
11:15-Ted Weemns' Orch.
11:30-Freddy Martin's Orch.
A.M.
12 :00-Steep Field's Orch.
12:30-Dick Jurgens' Orch.
1:00-Sterling Young's Orch.
1:30-Ted Fio-Rito's Orch.
1 :45-A Lyon's Orch.
2:00-Weather Forecast.
WJR-750 Kilocycles
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6:00-Stevenson News.
6:15-This Week in Review.
6:45-Listen to This.
7 15-Diamond City News.
7:30-The Carborundum Band.
8:00-Moments You Never Forget
8:30-Johnnie Presents! with Russ
Morgan.
9:00-The Nash Speed Show.
9:30-Your Pet Program.
10:00-"Your Hit Parade."
11:00-Portland Junior Symphony.
11:30-Wismer Sports.
11:35-Hal Kemp's Orch.
A.M.
12:00-Marvin Frederic's Orch.
12:30-Henry King's Orch.
WWJ-920 ilocycles
P.M.
6:00-Ty Tyson's Sports.
6:10-Dinner Music.
6:30--Press-Radio News.
6 :35--Soloist.
6:45-Religion in the Ne"WN
7:00- Song Stories-.
7:15-Dramaticroments.
7:20-Hampton Institute Singers.
7:45-Sports Paradle.
8:00-Saturday Night Party.
9:00-Snow-Village.
9:30--Joe Cook.
10:30-Irvin S. Cobb.
11:00-Northwood Inn Orch.
11:30-Dance Music.'
12:00-Webster Hall Orch.
A.M.
12:30-Weather.
WXYZ-1240 Kilocycles
P.M.
6:04-Norman Sherr.
6 :05-Nichelodeon.
6:30-Day in Review.
6:45-Rhythm Parade.
7:00-Town Talk.
7 :15-Sandiotters.
7:30-The Lutheran Hour.
7 :45--Geo. Kavanaugh.
8:00-Ed Wynn.-
8:30-Meredith Wilson.
9:00-National Barn Dance.
9:30-Luigi Romanelli's Orch.
- 10:00-Morrie Brennan's Orch.
11:00-Frankie Masters.
11:15-Phil Levant's Orch.
11:30-400 Club Dance.
A.M.
12:00-Les Arquette's Orch.
12:30-Griff Williams.

By WILLIAM C. SPALLER
Three hundred thousand miles over
five continents and into 39 different
countries sounds like a traveler's
dream to most people, but to Captain
John D. Craig, noted deep sea diver
and photographer, who lectures next
Thursday in Hill Auditorium, it is
just a resume of the last ten years
of his adventurous life.
A native of Cincinnati but now
a resident of Hollywood, Captain
Craig has achieved distinction as an
author, scientist, soldier of fortune
and motion picture producer.
He will lecture on the subject
"Diving Among Sea Killers," under
the auspices of the Oratorical Asso-
ciation. The lecture will be illus-
trated with his motion picture Acad-
emy prize-winning films.
Marooned n South Seas
Independently wealthy at the age
cf 19, Captain Craig set out to see
the world and seek adventure. For
ten years he traveled, starting to the
gold fields of the Yukon, where he
was snowbound for a winter, and end-
ing last year marooned on a desert
island in the South Seas.
After leaving Alaska he toured Eu-
Last Times Today -C
at Coinj

11 W, ~ .Lt- V U U 1LUtOFe Dr. Eugene B. Elliott, state superin-
endent of public instruction, will be
one of the speakers at the annual
rope and trekked into the Sahara public meeting of the rural and vil-
Desert. His first taste of real adven- lage school officers of Washtenaw
ture came in the shape of a wild band county to be held Monday in Uni-
of Rimts who kidnapped him 900 miles versity High School.
in the heart of the desert. For four Dr. Elliott will a survey
weeks he was held as hostage while of the rural shol situation in the
the Rifts eluded the French For- stt e as itt at=, an
eign Legion. Finally he was relased
by his fierce hosts at Morocco, none present suggestions for the future. An
by hs ferc hots t Mroco. oneoppcrtunity will be provided for ques-
the worse for the experience. tlnsand di
Climb Pyramids tions and discussions.
Afte a iw weeks rest he was ready Other speakers on the program will
Aterafewinclude Prof. Arthur W. Bromage
for more adventure. He set sail for of the political science department,
E~gypt and the traditional climb of Ms oaL as onysho
the pyramids. After Egypt, Japan,'MissCo r s. coudred schoo-
commissioner, Mrs. Mildred M. Rob-
Manchuria, China, New Zealand, Ma- inson, helping teacher, and Miss Pearl
lay. Africa and the jungles of India M. Haist, county nurse.
were visited. During these trips he
acquired much information about
the various countries which later has man, who knew his way about in odd
stood him well in his adventure-pic- places, to those odd places than to
ture production work. send an entire company. Captain
Upon returning to America he was Craig would make the scenes giving
signed by an American film company authenticity and atmosphere, they
and settled down to what he con- would be shipped to Hollwood, and
sidered the humdrum life of a studio there the actors would do their stuff
producer. But such was not his lct. before the Craig backgrounds.
With his background of adventure One of his most recent and best
and world travel, he soon found him- known pictures is "Sea Killers" which
self being shipped to odd spots to took him down to the South Seas
make background shots to be later where he "went fishing with subma-
"processed" into some big feature pic- rine cameras." Parts of this film
ture. It was far easier to send this I will be shown in his lecture here.
AEI

Dee Sea Diver Has Enjoyed
fif (bf S ntt Ad ty

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resembles the older revolutionary
labor organizations of Italy, and an-
alogies are drawn, showing :the re-
semblance of the Italian strikes with
the CIO strikes, such as plant occu-
pation and agitation and strikes in
the automobile industry, but Profes-
sor Dickinson emphasized that they
are incompletely parallel..
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