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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

WEDNESDAY, MAY 5, 1937

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NEWS
Of The DAY

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(By The As ociated Press)
Death Asked As Denhardt
Case Goes To Jui-y
NEW CASTLE, Ky., May 4.-(/P)-
Twelve men ordered to decide wheth-
er Kentucky's Brig. Gen. Henry H.
Denhardt killed his fiancee, or whe-
ther she shot herself began consid-
eration of the case tonight.
The case went to the jury at 6:25
p.m. (EST) after commonwealth's at-
torney H. B. Kinsolving, Jr., had con-
cluded his argument in a strong
voice: "In my opinion he evidence
in this case justifies a verdict of
guilty and if you give him the death
sentence you won't give any more
than he deserves."
Liberals Meet, Hear
Evanoff, Make Plans

Attack Against
Haber Termed
Campaign Plot
(Continued from Page 1)
kept "on the public payroll a new
brand of carpet bagger."
"Probably no other man in Mich-
igan or any other state has been able
to get on six different public pay-
rolls. Some of them concurrently"
Eaton read from his speech. He said
Professor Haber at various times had
drawn salaries from the ERA, Works
Progress Administration, National
Youth Administration, Unemploy-
ment Compensation C o m m i s s i o n,
Michigan State College and the Uni-
versity. The salaries ranged as high
as $6,000 a year, he said.
He said the counties alone could
handle the relief burden today be-
cause "every able bodied man and
woman in Michigan could have a job
if they wanted to work."
Eaton attached an amendment to
the bill ,as it advanced to position
for a final vote tomorrow, which
would forbid the use of any of thc
$1,000,000 for telephone calls, tele-
grams or travel to meetings which
would discuss welfare legislation. It
also forbade expenditures of any of
the money "to influence legislation."
Brown pointed out that another sec-
tion of the amendment, which would
call for administrative board super-
vision of the expenditures, had no
legal standing because the measure
itself gives the money to the ERA to
be expended.
Rep. Chester B. Fitzgerald, Demo-
crat, Detroit, chairman of the State
Affairs Committee, had joined in the
criticism of Professor Haber before
Brown demanded to know why the
committee had not reported out one
of the cluster of welfare reorganiza-
tion plans in its hands. Fitzgerald
countered that if the bills had been
less complex one of them would have
been reported out long ago.

"For What?"

Co"n"il Pts aonles
i tyBoa .4Voing
Action was deferred on Mayor Wal-
ter C. Sadler's appointments to city
offices and boards by City Council
in meeting Monday night.
The, chief objection to the appoint-
ments, it is understood, is the naming
of former mayor Robert A. Campbell
to the post of city police commis-
sioner to succeed Calvin A. Wolf,
whose term expires.
The council took a reversal of form
in deferring the approval of the ap-
pointments, fo rit was thought Mon-
day that all appointees would be ap-
proved at the meeting.
All members of the council present
at the meeting voted to defer action,
and thus gave no indication of how
many of them were for or against the
police commissioner recommenda-
tion.
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R. Service, '39, secured approval to'
prepare petitions expressing senti-'
ment agaifist compulsory military
training especially in reference to the
Morley bill now pending in Lansing
that would require compulsory ROTC
in Michigan colleges.
Emil Becker, one of the pin boys
fired for participating in the bowling
alley strike here recently, presented
his account -of how he was fired for
striking at the Ann Arbor Recreation
center and how he had been forced
out of his room in the local YMCA by
Mr. Froyne, friend of Mr. Herbert
Cassell, owner of the bowling alleys.
The organization will discuss a
name, University recognition and a
constitution at its next meeting Tues-
day, May 11 in the Union.

'I fbughfyOU 8jd heri
Pfeou' o Ofl fo ofrc
1;ORL

-- Associated Press Photo
Official insig'nia of the Emergency Peace Campaign, a coalition of
groups worliing for peace, the above picture, entitled "For What?" was
painted by Elbert M. Jackson. The original was shown at the Society
of Illustrator's Show in Radio City, and during the Democratic National
Convention, in Philadelphia. The organization will present a series
of motion pictures "From World War to World Cmmuunity" today and
tcn'orrow in the Natural Science Auditorium.
'Drums Of Doom To Be Subject
Of Peace Group's Movie Here

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LARGE NATIONAL CONCERN can
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and Ohio. Also permanent con-
nection for three seniors. Write
Mr. Blowers, c/o Michigan Daily
for interview in Ann Arbor.

The Emergency Peace Campaign,
under the direction of Dr. Francis S.
On derdonk, a former instructor in the
College of Architecture, will present
"Drums of Doom" at 4:15 p.m. today
and at 8 p.m. tomorrow in Natural
Science Auditorium. Six motion pic-
tures entitled "From World War to
World Community" will be given for
the first time at 8 p.m. today, and
will be repeated at 4:15 p.m. tomor-
row in the same place.
"Drums of Doom" is a seven reel
sound movie taken from E. Johann-
sen's German novel, "The Four from
the Infantry." It was directed by
G. W. Pabst, who also produced "Ka-
meradschaft" and "Don Quixote,"
which was given by the Art Cinema
League in December.
Movie critics have praised this
World War film very highly. One
critic said that it is "one of the most
moving indictments against war seen
upon any screen." The New York
Times declared that "this film is un-
doubtedly another good argument
against war."
Among the pictures which will be
shown under the title of "From WorldF

War to World Community," will be
"Why," a one-reel talkie cartoon on
the armament race. Four silent mo-
tion pictures will be shown with com-
ments by Dr. Onderdonk. The pic-
tures will be: "The League of Nations,
Zeppelin Raid on London, Sinking
of the 'Helgoland,' and "Three Peace
Parades," which took place in New
York, Philadelphia. These parade
pictures will be produced partly in
color.
Of Brookings Prize
Floyd E. McCaffree of the political
science department has been named
the winner of a Brookings Institute
fellowship, it was announced yester-
day.
Mr. McCaffree will leave for Wash-
ington, where he will study, in Oc-
tober, and will remain for a year. He
is a member of the political science
faculty and is working on his Doc-
tor of Philosophy degree at the pres-
ent time.

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P.A. SYSTEM
Dates Available
May 15, 21, 23 - All of June
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For further information address
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7:30-Trans-Radio News Bulletins.
7:35-Melody Interlude.
7:45--Mercy Hall Program.
8 :00--Gabriel Heatter.
8:15-George Duffy's Orch.
8:30-Music for Today.
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9:30-Dr. Charles Courboin's Recital Hall.
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11:00-Canadian Club Reporter.
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9:45-Musical Moments.
10:15-Evening Melodies.
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Phone 7400

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Bachelor
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What Women Want
From Men
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lightly turns his fancy at the
C(O1 en O emiA w season.

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