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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

SUNDAY, FEB. 21,

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NEWS*

Of The DAY

(By The Associated Press)
Hoover Demands 'Hands
Off' Supreme Court
CHICAGO, Feb. 20.-mUP)-Herbert
Hoover tonight called for "hands off
the Supreme-Court."
Addressing the Union League Club,
the former President said President
Roosevelt's Court proposal has cre-
ated the "greatest constitutional
question in these 70 years"' and has
placed the nation "face to face with
the proposition that the Supreme
Court shall be made subjective to the
executive."
"Stripped to its bare bones," Mr.
Hoover continued, "that is the heart
of the proposal."

Washin ton's Death
Described In Letter
(Continued fom Page 1)
About 10 p.m., he asked in low
tones for a "decent burial." Lear
could find no words to answer.
Washington seemed to be breathing
with less effort near 11 p.m. Then,
as Lear saw his countenance change,
he beckoned Dr. Craik from his place
by the fire.
"He came to the bedside," Lear
writes. "The General's hand fell from
his wrist. I took it in mine and
pressed it to my bosom. Dr. Craik1
put his hands over his eyes and he
expired without a struggle or sigh."
The letter was acquired by William
L. Clements, alumnus and regent,
who bequeathed it along with the1
rest of his treasure of precious books
and documents, to the University in
1923.

Classified Directory

CKLW-1030 Kilocycles
P.M.
12 :00--Messenger of Light.
12:30-Ted Weems' Orchestra.
1:00-The Lutheran Hour.
1 :30-Pop Concert.
2 :00-The Lamplighter.
2:15-TheKeymen.-Songs.
2 :30-Lane Prescott's Ensemble.
2 :45-Martyne.
3:00-Organ Recital.
3:15-Palmer House Ensemble.
3:30-Trans-Radio News Bulletins.
3 :45-Grattan O'Leary.
4:00-Harold Stokes' Orch.
4:30-The Human Side of Music.
5:00-"Pronounce It"-Prof. E. A. McFaul.
5:30-Elder Morton's Tabernacle Choir.
6:00-Ray Knight's "Cuckoos"
Johnson Orch.
6:30-Gems of Melody.
7:00-The Forum Hour.
7:30-Music for Today.
8:00-Father Charles E. Coughlin.
8:30-ewels of the Madonna.
9:00-Red Norvo's Orch.
9:30-Curtain Time.
10:00-First Baptist Church of Pontiac.
10:30-Melodies from the Skies.
10:45-Modern String Ensemble.
11 :00-Canadi'.n Club Reporter.
11:15-Jimmy Dorsev's Orchestra.
11:30-Kay Kyser's Orch.
A.M.
12:00-Clyde Lucas' Orch.
12:30-George Hamilton's Orch.
1 :00-Red Nicoll's Orch.
1 :30--Weather Forecast.
WJR-750 Kilocycles
P.M.
12:00-Major Bowe's Capitol Family.
12:30-Musical.
12:45--Parent Education--U. of M.
1 :15-Mothers Album.
1:30-CBS-French News Exchange.
1 :45-Musical.
1:55-American Pop Corn Company.
2:00-Music of the Theatre.
2:45-Vocal Varieties.
3:00--Father Chas. E. Coughlin.
4:00-Professor Faxon Figures.
4:15-Musical.
4 :30-Smilin' Ed McConnell.
4 :45-Jeannette Pringle.
5:00-Your Unseen Friend.
5:30-Guy Lombardo.
6:00-Joe Penner with Jimmie Grier's
Orch.
6:30-Rubinoff-Jan Pearce-Virginia Rea
and Orch.
7:00-Musical.
7:30-Phil Baker-Oscar Bradley's Orch.
8:00-Vick's Open House-vith Nelson
Eddy.
8 :30-Texaco Fire Chief Program with
Eddie Cantor and Jacques Renard's
Orch.
9:00-Ford Sunday Evening Hour.
10:00-Original Gillette Community Sing.
10:45-H. V. Kaltenborn.
11:00-In the Hermit's Cave.
11:30-Abe Lyman's Orch.

WWJ-920 Kilocycles
P.M.
12:15-The Home Counsellor.
12:30-Univ. of Chicago Round Tab]
Discussion.
1:00-Human Side of Art.
1:15-Your Government.
1:30-Melody Matinee.
2:00-Beneath the Surface.
2:30-Thatcher Colt Mysteries.
3:00-Metropolitan Opera Auditions.
3:30-Grand Hotel.
4:00-Penthouse Serenade.
4:30-Musical Camera.
5:00-Marion Talley.
5:30-Smilin' Ed McConnell.
6:00-Catholic Hour.
6:30-Mischa Kottler.
6:45-Sports Review.
7:00-Jack Benny.
7:30-Fireside Recital.
7:45-Sunset Dreams.
8:00-Do You Want to Be an Actor.
9:00-Manhattan Merry-Go-Round.
9:30-American Album of Familiar
Music.
10:00-General Motors Concert.
11:00-Tonight's Hockey.
11 :05-Recordings.
11:15-Dance Music.
11:30-Press Radio News.
'1:35-El Chico Revue.
12:00-Weather.
WXYZ-1240 Kilocycles
P.M.
12:00-Air Conditioning Show.
12:15-Moscow Sleigh. Bells.
12:30-Alvin Hamer.
12:45-Old Songs of the Church.
1:00-Music and Flowers.
1:15--World Adventure Series.
1:30-Children's Theatre.
2:00--The Magic Key.
2:30-Quiet Hour,
3:00-Adventures of Capt. Diamond.
3 :30-Det. Conservatory of Music.
3:45-Builders' Show.
4:00-The Children's Hour.
5:00-We, The People.
5:30-Stoopnagle and Budd.
6:00-To Be Announced.
6:30-Golden Gate Park Band.
6 :45-Lew White.
7:00-Evening Melodies.
7:30-Robert L. Ripley.
8:00-Musical Comedy Revue.
8:30-Dreams of Long Ago.
9:00-Waiter Winchell.
9:15-Rippling Rhythm Review.
9:45-Edwin C. Hill.
10:00-Atlantic Nocturne.
10:15-Morrie Brennan.
10:30-Lowry Clark.
11:00-Judy and the Bunch.
11:10-Press Bulletins.
11:15-Lou Breese's Orch.
11:30-Frankie Master's Orch.
12 :00-Les Arquette's Orch.
12:30-Eddie Fitzpatrick's Orch.
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A.M.
12:00-Vincent Lopez's Orch.
12:30-Isham Jones Orchit .:-

British Rearm
For New Wars,
Heneman Says
(Continued from Page 1)
"exercise grounds," throughout the
United Kingdom. These training
fields would be under the jurisdiction
of two advisory councils, one to sup-
ervise those in England and Wales,
the other to supervise those in Scot-
land. The scheme, according to Pro-
fessor Heneman, would include also
a National College for Physical Train-
Ing, supervision of which would be
entrusted to the national government
with the cooperation of local govern-"
ments.
"By the creation of gymnasiurns,
swimming pools and other recreation-
al centers it is hoped to build a na-
tion of healthier people," Professor
Heneman said. "This action is di-
rectly in line with the policy followed
by the fascist countries of Germany
and Italy in building up their future
armies, and shows definitely that
England has recognized the necessity
of preparing for war in the same
manner as are Germany and Italy.
"So far as can be seen," Professor
Heneman continued, "the proposal
of the Baldwin government is in line
with the stand of rearmament and
isolation taken by most members of
the Conservative party. This stand
would not permit as yet an alliance
with France, at least not openly, and
certainly none with Russia."
"This rearmament proposal may
prove to be merely a threat to Italy
and Germany, especially the latter, in
order to show that Great Britain
means business and is not a country
to be bluffed by colonial demands,"
Professor Heneman said.
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