THE MICHIGAN DAILY
UES 3AX, APRIL 2 i , 197
PAGE TWO TUESDAY, APRIL 27, 1937
Of The DAY
(By The Associated Press)
J illman Asserts Lewis
Won't Seek Public Office
Ro ers Finds
Monteith, Richard Named
To 13 Professorships By
Green Pastures Beckon To Dust-Bowlers
- ,. i- EVENING RADIO PROGRAMS,
LOUIS, April 26.-(/P)-Dis- The University of Michigan, or
g the possible political aspects I Catholepistmeiad, as the University
Committee for Industrial Or- was first termed, contained provi-
tion, Sidney Hillman, a CI sions for a professorship in military
t°,ssertedinyninter a 010escience among the first 13 chairs that
asserted in an interview here Governor Woodbridge and the judges
I am quite sure I tinever
the opportunity in my ,life-
to cast a vote for John L.
for a political office."
ish Rebels Move
Relentlessly On Bilbuo
The Spanish insurgents' northern
juggernaut rolled on relentlessly to-
ward th$ Basque capital of Bilbao
last (Monday) night.
Monday's onsweep was officially
reported to have carried one insur-
genit column to the gates of Durango
and another through Eibar to the
outskirts of Marquina. Officers
at Vitorio, insurgent headquarters,
boasted Durango, 16 miles southeast
of Bilbao, would be occupied today.
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of the Territory of Michigan created
in 1817, according to material Lieut.
Col. Frederick Rogers, commanding
officer of the University R.O.T.C.,
The 13 chairs, including that of
military science, were all filled by
the simple expedient of the gover-
nor's appointing the Reverend John
Monteith as president and professor
in seven departments and by ap-
pointing Father Gabriel Richard
vice-president and ,professor in the
remaining six departments.
With the coming of the Civil War,
a room was set aside in old South
College Hall as a drill room. Pres-
ident Angell at chapel services early
in 1862 urged the organization of mil-
itary units to support the govern-
ment. Three volunteer companies
were soon formed.
While there was some mention
made of a post in military tactics,
it was not permanently filled until
Prof William Hobbs, Dean Henry M.
6 :00-String Ensemble.
6:15-Nevws and Spor'ts.
6:30-Rick Roberts' Orch.
6:45-Dixie Demons and Kay St. cer-
7:OC-Lee Shelley's Orch.
7:30-Eddy Duchin's Orch.
8:00- --Anecdotes of Caronotions.
8:30--Rick Roberts' Orel.
i 0 :00--Lloyd Huntley's Orch.
]1G:3(0--Leo Reisman's Orch.
11:00--Canadian Club Reporter.
1:15-Carl Hoff's Orch.
3-enry King's Orch.
Midnight-Ted Fio-Rito's Orch.
12:33--Herman Waldman's Orch.
1 :00 Weather Forecast.
L sC1-- evenson Sports.
6:15 -Dodge :'Progr'am.
6; :3--Ale ader Woolcott.
6: r4-floake Carter.
7 a;--lam~nerreizC Music Hall.
7:30-A1 Jolson Show with Martha Raye.
8:00--Watch the Fun (lo by vithiz Al
8:30 --Oakie's College.
9:30--Your Unseen Friend.
10 :30-Scenes in Harmony.
ll :00--Headline News.
1:15-Frank Dailey's Orch.
11 :30-Anson Weeks' Orch.
Midnigt-Marvin Frederic's Orch.
1:30-To Be Announced.
WWJ 920 Kilocycles
7:30-Lady Esther Serenade.
9:30- Jimmy Fidler.
9:45-Vic and Sade.
10:00-Amos 'n' Andy.
(1 :'JU-te.,+t ig:. ners.
11:00 Northwood Inn Orch.
i n~ighit--WebsterHall Oreh.
12 :3( --weather.
6:15- -'theOrigina ,Jesters.
6):30 - -HarryPV eIhnann1tT2.
6:45 TheFat finder
7:00 --<-usbands and Wtives.
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8:00--- Ben e rnie.
8:30--Swe'etesat Lode Sons.
9:00-- ho Green hornet.
9:30 -Irene i3ealsey.
9:45-To Be Announced.
10:00- Picadziy Music Hall.
11:00-Phil Harris Orch.
11:30-Frank Dailey Orch.
DISPLAY FLESH WOUNDS
NEW CASTLE. Ky., April 26.-QP)
-Pieces of flesh from the body of
Verna Garr Taylor showing the bul-
let wounds that killed. her were dis-
played in the Henry County Court
room today as the state endeavored to
tighten its web of circumstantial evi-
dence around portly Brig. Gen. Henry
H. Denhardt, who is charged with
shooting the pretty widow.
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H-7ILL AUDITORIUM 8:1 5
Co nipi nien tary
WORLEY TO TESTIFY
Proi. John S. Worley of the en-
gineeing college left yesterday for'
Washington where he will appear' to-
day before the finance comnitiee of
the United States Senate
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-Associated Press Photo
Charles and Ed Lovach, brothers, are shown sanding on their sand
duned dryland acres near Purcell, Col., as they pointed toward the
sunset to which northeastern Colorado families headed in the first gov-
ernment sponsored trek from dust bowl farmlands.
Dr. Dixon Cas Meical Sch ool
'ne OCountry's Outstnding
T PC T SALE
.....$.. 1. I9.50
Bates and Prof. Victor C. Vaughn got Michigan is probably one of the that it is much better that he be re- 1
the War Department interested in most outstanding medical institutions fquired to take special courses before
forming the present R.O.T.C. unit in in the United States, Dr. Claude F entering a medical school than for
1916 Dixon of te Mayo Clinic said ys-im to choose them for himself. The
In 1916, according to Colonel Rog- Dixdoy of the Mayorsinic Hsaid yes- re-medical student should get a
er's data, "Mr. K. W. Heinrich, for- terday at the University Hospital. broad education, but he should not let
merly of the Naval Militia, assisted "There is a splendid opening to- any subject be emphasized at the ex-
by Professors J. R. Hayden, A. E. R. day for the general practitioner and pense of the prerequisites for his
Boak, O. M. McNeil and F. W. Paw- the well-trained specialist in the field medical course, he asserted.
lowski started organizing a naval re- of medicine," Dr. Dixon declared. Students should not go into medi-
serve unit." This was the first unit The medical profession will not beI
to be formed in any college. overcrowded if doctors will become cine for commercial purposes, but
"Early in 1927," the manuscript well-trained in one or two fields, he they should choose it as a career be-
shows, the organization was "ably led stated, but in order to'become a good' cause they "love to care for the sick."
by Prof. Joseph A. Bursley, later Col- I specialist the physicians must be first Remuneration should be a secondary
onel, (now dean of men), and other: well-grounded in general medicine.j motive since the monetary side of
aculty members. Two battalions I There are great opportunities for medicine will take care of itself, Dr.
were formed." research, Dr. Dixon said. "In Dixon declared. "The average doc-
branches such as pathology and ex- tar who works hard will receive aI
perimental surgery, there are splen-I sufficient amount of"money for more
I t ( S ' did openings, and during the past thap the necessities of life." -
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Taught daily. Terrace
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Theatre Bldg. Ph. 9695
2nd Floor. Open eves.
Including "Weatherall" a coat with a hard finish
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LARGE NATIONAL CONCERN can
place several students for special
summer employment in Michigan
and Ohio. Also permanent con-
necnections for three seniors. Write
Mr. Blowers, c/o Michigan Daily
for interview in Ann Arbor.
DARK brown hat lost Sunday, April
18th. Left in car while hitch-hik-
ing. Phone 2-1359. 474
GOLD chain bracelet with Gamma
Phi Beta crest at Michigras. Phone
2-3281. Room 543. 473
LOST: A rhinestone tiara. If found
call Mosher Hall. Line 429. Re-
LOST: At Yost Field House Saturday
night, a curved, gold, Waltham
wrist watch with brown leather
strap. Please call 2-2565. Reward.
-W ith8 Cops
(Continued from Page 1)
the police. Eight policemen had an-
swered - her summons. The arrested
man was removed to a more secure
place in Ann Arbor.
Yesterday morning Vince Dunni-.-
gan, 24 years old, was fined $17.50,1
for disorderly conduct and by this
time King Louis had become "his
majesty" around the Edmundson
home, and at the Nu Sigma Nu house,
Louis' fraternity, he had been givenj
the sobriquet "The White Bomber."
All makes and models,
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25 years there has been great pro-
gress in all divisions of medicine."
Regarding the pre-medical educa-
tion of the student, Dr. Dixon said
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