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THlE MICHIGAN DAILY

TIIUE SDAY, .,API !,17

F lmilies Flee As Virginia River Swells Over Banks

A Penchant For Stolen Banners
Sees 3 Missing From MichPiras
Among the traditions of American ing names Wisconsin, Iowa Michigaz.'
collegiana are an insatiable thirst j Because of their size they will prob-
for gin, an almost congenital affec- ably be of little display value, Mr
tion for raccoon coats and-a collec- '
tor's fancy for assorted signs and Baker believes and he has made ira-
banners. visions for their return. They may
These collegiate practices, like be brought to the Athletic Adminis-
:nany another attributed to that an- tration Building on Ferry Field, he
omaly, the "college man," have tuin- said, and no questions will be asked
pled into desuetude with as much fi- or attempts made to identify the per-
nality as the "Charleston." However, son returning them.
some students with frightening ten- If they are not returned, the Mich-
acity still follow the 1924 behavior
patterns.
In pursuit of the sign and banner CH ELSEA
tradition, one of these antedated col-
legians stole three banners from the F LOW ER SH OP
Michigras Saturday night. They were 203 East Liberty Phone 2-2973
wool bunting, according to Andrew Flowers for All Occasions
Baker, secretary of the Board in Con-,
trol of Student Athletics, and neas-
ured twelve by five feet. These ban-
ners are among those flown around II
the Stadium during football games, II
he said, and they were the three bear- CANDIDATES FOR DEGREEI

cording C Dean W*U er B. lei-
nancial adviser of the Michigras.

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WE ARE HEADQUARTERS
FOR
MANHATTAN
SHIRTS
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$2.00 and $2.50
Also for Manhattan Pajamas,
$2.00 to $3.50. Enjoy the coin-
fort in wearing a Manhattan
Shirt or Pajama, Let us show
them to you.
THI-E DOWN TOWN STOJRE
FOR M ,ICHTGANMEN
Sta OUTHeb AIN"
309 SOUT.H MAtIN

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This picture, taken along the banks of the Rappahanoek River at Fredericksburg, Va., shows helpless
residents watching the rising torrent after fleeing their flaoded homes. The stream, swollen by heavy rains,
rose to its greatest height since 1889, approximately 1889, approximately 30 feet above normal, threatening
two mai'n bridges connecting the north and south. One of the spans, on the main route, is shown with.
waters flowing over the approach. In foreground are pieces of furniture salvaged by residents as they fled.
Union Patrons Prove Gourmes; Spain Wars Against
Dislke resed 1am eIFascism, Scot Says
(ConlttlIued fro{m Page 1)

: . rt rs e . , _ T. ,

lalli Alnd 'otatvoes Prove
Unpopular F o o d sI
Qlest iouiair0e

Iiin Laszmu WxIAi IIU ependent Patrons of the Union Taproom may
zionists during a change of shifts n b g rmpmec u
the automobile trailer and refriger- not be gourmets par excellence but
for cabinet plant, prepared a com- j they do know what ioo they want
taint to the National Labor Rela- and where they want it, a survey,
ons Board against the company. conducted by Stanley G. Waltz, gen-

oral manager of the Union, and made
public yesterday, revealed.
Among the specials most vocifer-
ously denounced was pressed ham,
with scalloped potatoes running a
close second. Vegetarians had their
say, too, taking a crack at the 3a
cent specials for not including a
vegetable. One fellow said the meals
were unbalanced.
If the management wee# to follow
the suggestion of anether respondent,
it would move the butter trays on
f-he counter after the bread. "That's
the way we get it upstairs,' was the
comment, "why can't we have it the

_____samte way in cthe aproom.
Wat Lower 1'ries
LOST AND FO UNDOf the 356 who answered the ques-
LOST: Pair of bsff-colored men's tionnaire, 47 per cent would like to
gloves. Deer-skin. Call 6232, ask for see the price schedule lowered toI
Robert Junghans. At Michigras benefit the patrons and the cafeteria,'
Friday night. 480 38 per cent wanted better menus, 8
___ _ __ _____ -per cent recommended speedier serv-
HELP WANTED ice and 7 per cent asked for a new
____ .. _ ._ _ __ -.___.____-- -- __ . _ __- _ _-_ type of servi ce.
TTENTION: Sumner employment The survey was carried out with a
for college men and teachers. We view to incorporate the suggestions in
will select 25 Michigan men for the addition to the cafeteria next se-
special sales and service work in mester. The annex will be pait sef
Michigan and Ohio. Men selected the building under construction now..
will be trained and placed in es- "There is little we can do about the
tablished territories. This job will
pay from $30 to $55 per week to price of food," r Waltz said, "since
students who mean business. We wholesale rates have risen almost 22
will guarantee $250 for ten weeks .per cent in the last year. However,
summer work for students selected. ther e adpns todcontinue
Write E. A. Blowers, Fuller Brush the refoims and plan to continue
adding them nxext semester."
Company, c/o Michigan Union for addi tseeste"
interview in Ann Arbor. Give age, One critic would reorganize the set-
class, past experience and phone up of the administration. "Make the
number. 468 Union a cooperative-not a profit-
_making organization-it's supposed
A STUDENT to do chores about house to be ours!"
and lawn for room, 510 Catherine. One of the questions attempted to
Phone 6528. 479 ascertain the maximum allowance the
student makes for food. Results
WANTED show that 82 per cent spend $1 or
less each day, 15 per cent allow for
CLO THING WANTED TO BUY: Any more than $1 but less than $1.25 and
old and new suits, overcoats, at $3, 3 per cent set $1.50 as their daily
$5, $8, $25. LADIES' FUR COATS limit

now the government has organized itsr
own munitions plant and is making
equipment modelled after that of the,
Soviet.
The belief that Franco is leading the
cause of Christianity in the flight,
was dispelled by Mr. MacKenzie who
pointed to the mobilization of Mo-
hammedan Moors and the use of
anti-Catholic German and Italian
troops by Fascists.
Anti-fascist workers in other coun-
tries have been aiding the Loyalists
by planting powerless bombs and re-z
fusing to manufacture deadly ex-
plosives for the use of the Rebels. He
cited as an example the inclusion of
a note in a shell which saluted the
workers o, Spain and pledged them
the workers' support.
"Franco's attempt to shatter the
morale of the Madrid residents has
resulted in failure," Mr. MacKenziez
emphasized. When leaflets warningx
the residents that Franco would arrivez
in half an hour had been distributed,r
he said, women hastened to buy z
knives to defend the city, urging
their husbands to go to the front to
fight.
During the meeting the organiza-
tion collected $45 to be used for
medical supplies and food for the
non-combatants.
500 High School
Y oulhs To Be Herer
(Continued from Page 1)
ident Ruthven, Dean of Women Alice I
C. LloydandDean of Students Jo-t
seph A. Bursley.+
The afternoon is set aside for ath-
letic contests. Included are a track
meet between Michigan and Indiana
a baseball game and golf match with
Ohio State and the final Spring foot-
ball scrimmage.
The women will see demonstrations
of riding, badminton, tennis, baseball
and other sports given by the Wom-
en's Athletic Association. Refresh-
ments will be served them after the
demonstrations Prbf. Wilmot E.
Pratt, University Carillonneur will
play a special concert at 4:15 p.m.
During the day, students will have
the opportumity to consult with the
department heads and deans of the
colleges. Special scholarship and en-
trance conferences will be held, too.
Buses will conduct the students to
outlying parts of the campus.
Wind 'lninlewl Is Brecezel
About At OpeRi HouSe
(Continued iromn PagI 1)
stage of the call will be shown and
explained to the visitors.
The perfectly- lighted study room
will be shown as well as demonstra-
ions of the amount of light lost from
dirt.
Voltaire's bust will be made to as-
sume all expressions of emotion by
use of lighting devices on the inside
of the bust. Proof that wood can be
sawed without use of a moving piece
of machinery will be offered in an-
other section of the electrical exhibit.

EVENING R ADIO
PR OGIRAMS
CKLW-1030 Kilocycles
P.Ml .1
6:00-String Ensemble.
6:15-News and Sports.
6 :30-Childs and Deibridge.
6:45-Pleasant Valley Frolics.
7:00--Music and You.
7 :30-Guy LRmbarclo's Orch.
8:00-Ici Paris.
8 :30-Ed Fitzgerald Revue.
9:00-The Witch's Tale.
9 :30-Ilenry Weber's .Musical Rcv.
10:15-Freddy Martin's Orch.
10:30-Leo Reisznan 's Orch.
11 :00--Canatdian Club Reporter.
11:15-Benny Goodman's Orch.
11:30--Henry King's Orrh.
Midnight-Bob MeGrew's Orchx.
12:30--Joe Sanders' Orch.
1:00-Weather Forecast.
WJv-750 Kilocyclcs
P.M.
6:00--Stevenson Sports.
6 :15-Dodge Program.
6:30 Alexander Waolcott.
6 :45--Boake Carter.
?:00--Kate Smnith.
8:00 -Major Bowes Amateur Hour.
9:00-Your Adventure with Floyd 0 ib-
bons.
9:30-March of Time.
10:00-Poetic Melodies.
10 :15--Wismer Sports.
10 :30--Mummers present---Marked -lcours.
11:00-Headline News.
11:1--ar iOwens' Orcb.
11:30-Eddie Elkins' Orchz.
Miclni;ht-Marvin Frederic's Orchl.
12:30--To be Announced.
WWJ-920 Kilocycles
P.M.
6 :00-Tyson's Sports Review.
6:10-Dinner Music.
6 :34-Bs'adeast.
6:40--Odd Facts.
6:15-Sports Review,
7:00-R~udy Vallee.
8 :00--Maxwell House Show Boat.
9:00-M~usic Hall.
10:00-Amos 'n' Andy.
10:15-Evening Melodies.
10:30-Northern Lights.rh
11 :00-Northwood Inn Orch.
11:30-Dance Music.
Midnight-Webster Hall Orch.
12 :30-weather.
WXYZ-1240 Kilocycies
P.M.
6:00-Easy Aces. -.
6:15--flay Siniatra Orch.j
6:30-Harry Heilmann.
6 :45-The Factfinder.
7 :00-Roy Sheild's Music.
7:30-Lone Ranger.
8:00-Al Pearce.
9:00-The Green Hornet.
9:30-Willie Morris-Ed. Nell.
9:45-Mbichigan T. B. Assoc.
10:00-WPA Detroit Civic Orch.
10:30-Eddie Varzos Orch.
11:00-Sammy Dibert.
11:30-Don Ferdi's Orch.
Midnight-Lowry Clark's Orch.
SENATE MAJORITY OPPOSES
WASHINGTON, April 28.-(P)-
Opponents of the Roosevelt Court
reorganization proposal gleefully
counted tonight a definite majority
of the Senate Judiciary Committee
on their side of the great controversy.

Ozrder your caps and Gowns
from Van Boven's today. We
supply Bachelor's, Master's &
Doctor's gowns and hoods for
all schools and colleges.
ACADEMIC COSTUMES
FOR RENT and SALE
VA N BOVEN, Inc.
Phone your oi'der - - - 8911

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Sail STCA* to Europe this summer. Travel with an inter-
esting and congenial group of college students. For years
Holland-America Line Steamers have been the first chbice
of those who enjoy good times, pleasant accommodations,
and a delicious cuisine.
To England, France and Holland

STATENDAM . June 4
VEENDAM June 12°
VOLENDAM . . . Juno 26
TOURIST CLASS $9 .
ROUND TRIP anidup

STATENDAM . . June 29
VEENDAM July 10
STATENDAM (via Roston) luly2O
THIRD CLASS
ROUND TRIP and up

(*STCA means either Student Tourist Class or Student
Third Class Association)
For full details see
FREDERICK S. RANDALL, 12 Nickels Arcade
IVUEBLER TRAVEL BUREAU, 601 East Huron Street
OR
OLLANl-AMEICA LINE

ROOM 520 BOOK BUILDING, DETROIT "

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TYPEWRITERS, OLD GOLD, arid
musical instruments. Phone Sam.
6304. 78x
LOST: At Yost Field House Saturday
night, a curved, gold, Waltham
wrist watch with brown leather
strap. Please call 2-2565. l-eward.
475.
READ THlE DAILY CLASSIFIE1S

Prefer I'resent Service
One of the most significant 'resultsj
of the inquiry, according to Mr. A.
Waltz, is the fact that 85 per cent
prefer the present type 6f service toy
that of the boarding club. Seventy-
nine per cent of those questioned were
in favor of purchasing meal tickets
if they were available.
"However, it was apparent that the
majority of those who would buy
tickets expected to get them at a dis-
count which brings about discrimina-
tion against the student who never
has five dollars in his pocket at one
time," Mr. Waltz explained. If meal
tickets were offered, he said, they
would be sold with the main purpose
of assisting the student in balancing
his budget.

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dancing. Ph. 9695.
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