THE MICHIGAN DAILY
.TIIURSDAY, MAY 6,
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Showing Of Spanish Peace Ca)pign Films Architectural
Film Here Is Soughf Wa ll Bc Shown Today T ri
1_The Emergency Peace Campaign,: ourinow
Efforts of a student-faculty com- under the direction of Dr. Francis S.
mittee to bring to the campus "Spain Onderdonk, a former instructor in Is n I.ispilay
in Flames," a series of shots taken the College of Architecture, is pre-
behind the Loyalist lines, have been
referred to the consideration of the ti.nting a sries of peace movies for By
the last time today in Natural Sci-' Annld Exhiblit B Schools
University committee on motion pic- tne Astrim. OfdaycintNaturalTSci-s
tures headed by Dean Bursley, it was ence Auditorium.} Of Architecture To Last
announced yesterday. ISix motion pictures entitled, "From' Till y l
The showing, originally scheduledWorld War to World Community," IM y
Ther hon , Maor ,ign ll sce dus- fle D om" w ilat 4:15 pm.a d" r s
for Monday, May 10, will be post- D ie shown ford r the last The Traveling Exhibit of the As-
poned, Edward Stone, Grad., mem-!
berohe Edturdentfal comee, time at 8 p.m. sociation of Collegiate Schools of Ar-
ber of the student-faculty committee, chitecture will be on display today
said. and will continue until May 13 in the
The funds that the student-fac- North American Committee to Aid third floor exhibition room of the
ulty committee hopes to raise by Spanish Democracy for the purchase College of Architecture.
showing the film will be sent to the of food and medical supplies for the This is the annual exhibit spon-
-__Spanish Government, Stone stated.s
tored by the Association and sent on
tnu± i to it inmii J cnhnnuu n e li
Reply To Tax Charges
Prof. Hoie1l Named I Health Club Hears
To Building Group Talk By Dr. Kahn!
Prof. William S. Housel of the civil. "Immunity does not mean protec-
engineering faculty was appointed' ion in connection with infection; it,
yesterday a member-at-large of the tions cneciod in fdeinsit
means the building up of defensivel
national committee on building code.
requirements for excavations and, organisms," said Dr. Reuben Kahn,1
foundations. speaking at the last formal meeting!
Professor Housel, a research con- of the Michigan Public Health Club
sultant for the state highway de-
partment, has done considerable re-
search on the mechanics of soils in
relation to supporting building foun-
The committee to which he has State Street o
been named is a branch of the Amer-
ican Standards Association, which will be Headquarters fou
correlates the activities of various
national organizations in an effort P A L M B E A
last night. Dr. Kahn, director of the
clinical laboratories at the University
Hospital and professor of bacteriol-
ogy, stressed the fact that the. incu-
bation period in infection is not a
dormant period, but represents a pre-
liminary skirmish between the host
and the parasites. When the infec-
tion takes hold, it means the infect-
ing agent has won. he stated. The
subject of his speech was "The In-
cubation Period in Tissue Immunity."
n the Campus
r the New 1937 Models
lour do its memb~er scnoois each
spring. It consists of drawings and
ether work chosen by the faculty of
the various colleges to be sent for
the exhibit. This selection usually
represents work along certain class
levels, or on certain problems.
Three Michigan architects have
drawings ii the exhibit. Philip
Haughey, '37A, has had entered a
drawing of a College Chapel, Chester
Moy, '37A, has an entry, A Chap-11
Interior, while Richard Poliman, '36A,
has An Episcopal Church.
The Association is a federation of
architectural schools in the country,
its purposes being for the attainment
of certain standards among its mem-
bers. These include scholarships,
equipment and staff. The University
is one of its charter members.
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Members of the Faculty: The Mich- charge t
igan Association of Life Underwrit- stock sal
ers has extended an invitation to lish losse
members of the University faculties in 1929i
to attend the evening meeting of the-
Association Friday, May 7, at 8 p.m.,
in the ballroom of the Michiganr
Union, at which Albert W. Atwood is
to speak on "Individual Responsibil-
ity and National Welfare." As ad- - (C
mission is by ticket, those who de-I
sire to attend the meeting are asked another
to telephone for reservations to Mr. question
Caleb Smith, 22174. fessors. PI
School of Music Seniors: You have versed in
been invited to attend the annual and will b
banquet of the School of Music Al- theory. A
umni Association on Saturday, May of the of
15, at 11:45 at the Michigan League. mayor of
This is a fine opportunity to meet throwhge
prominent School of Music gradu- preplexin
ates, become members of the Alumni could com
Association, enjoy an excellent pro-uthe on
gram. Reservations should be made hem _ns
immediately by signing your name on
the list provided on the Senior Bulle- The box
tin Board in the School of Music lob- at 10 a.m.
Aeronautical Engineers: The trip Saving:
to Wright Field, O., for members of American
the Institute of the Aeronautical tificate fo
Sciences will be Saturday, May 8. Mr. Wil
We shall leave East Engineering Field Repr
Building at 2 a.m. Saturday and re= Red Cross
;urn that night. All members plan- week of M
ning to make the trip please register will be gi
-n the notice on the aeronautical Monday
engineering bulletin board by Friday mural Poc
Phi Sigma Picnic: Crooked Lake, Wednes
Saturday, May 8. Meet at East door tramuralI
of Natural Science Bldg. at 2:30 p.m. Candida
Please phone Miss Lois Jotter at' tificate m
6420 Thursday or Friday, 6-7 p.m, sions.
for reservation, so that transporta- Esperanl
tion may be arranged. Guests wel- will meet
come. from 4:30
J. Raskob, (top), former
n of the Democratic na-
rmmittee, and Pierre S. Du
elow) are, shown in New
they appeared before the
tax appeals to answer a
hat they made "fictitious"
es to each other to estab-
es and permit deductions
income tax returns.
ontinued from Page 4)
point of view.on the court
than the Law School pro-
Prof. Harold M. Dorr of the
science department is well
government and politics
e able to deal with political
And Prof. Walter B. Sadler
engineering college, who is
Ann Arbor, will certainly
ht on the practical side of
question. The student with
g problems in the field
ne to no better place to get
office will be open today
. Phone 6300.
to achieve uniformity in building re-
GAMMA PHI VICTORIES
The Gamma Phi Beta baseball
team defeated Alpha Omicron Pi by
a score of 16 to 6 in a game held
yesterday at Palmer Field.
6:15-News and Sports.
6:30-Childs and Delbridge.
6 :45-Pleasant valley Frolics.
7:00-Music and You.
7:30-Guy Lombardo's Orch.
8:30-Ed Fitzgerald Revue.
9:00-The Witch's Tale.
9:30-Henry Weber's Musical Revue.
10:15-Freddy Martin's Orch.
10:30-Leo. Reisman's Orch.
11:00-Canadian Club Reporter.
11:15=-Benny Goodman's Orch.
11:30-Henry King's Orch.
Midnight-Bob McGrew's Orch.
12:30-Joe Sanders' Orch.
6 :15-Dodge Program.
6:30 Alexander Woolcott.
6 :45-Boake Carter.
8:00-Major Bowes Amateur Hour.
9:00-Your Adventure with Floyd Gib-
9:30-March of Time.
10 :15-Wismer Sports.
10:30-Mummers present-Marked Hours.
11:15-Harry Owens' Orch.
11:30-Eddie Elkins' Orch.
Midnight-Marvin Frederic's Orch.
12:30-To be Announced.
6:00-Tyson's Sports Review.
7 :00-udy Vallee.
8:00-Maxwell House Show Boat.
10:00-Amos 'n' Andy.
10 :30-Northern Lights.
11:00-Northwood Inn Orch.
Midnight-Webster Hall Orch.
6:15-Ray Sinatra Orch.
6 :45-The Factfinder.
7:00-Roy Sheild's Music.
9:00-The Green Hornet.
9:30-Willie Morris-Ed. Nell.
9:45-Michigan T. B. Assoc.
10:00-WPA Detroit Civic Orch.
10:30-Eddie Varzos Orch.
1 :30-Don Ferdi's Orch.
Midnight-Lowry Clark's Orch.
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Attention, candidates for
Red Cross Examiners cer-
or Life Saving!
liam C. Lucey, First Aid and'
resentative of the American
will be in Ann Arbor the
ay 10. Instruction and tests
ven as listed below.
, May 10-7-10 p.m. Intra-
y, May 11-7:30-10:30 p.m.
day, May 12-7-10 p.m. In-
ates for the Examiner's cer-
iust be present at all ses-
nto: The Esperanto Class
in Room 1035 Angell Hall
to 5:30 p.m. Friday, May 7.
Boss, you sho That°S
unperturbed my- -
heat suit is
o at al
Beta Kappa Rho faculty tea at the
'Michigan League Building Sunday,
May 9, from 4 to 5:30 p.m.
Graduate Outing Club: Annual
.anoe trip down the Huron River,
starting near Whitmore Lake. Party
leaves at 6 a.m. Sunday morning.
Each group of four provides one
:anoe and transportation. Reserva-I
ions should be made through Wayne
Whitaker, telephone 5745, or through
Emil Und Die Detekitive: This
charming comedy, which is so fa-
miliar to students of German, will be
Shown May 7-8 in the Lydia Mendel-
ssohn Theatre at 8:15 p.m. This pic-I
ture was made in pre-Hitler Ger-
many. Though the dialogue is in
German there are English sub-titles.
SEN IO R S!
CAPS and GOWNS
Gowns and Hoods
for All Degrees
on South University Ave.
60c to $2.50
727 North University
A Roman Joliday
and His Orchestra
To the world you are an unusually
well-dressed man. Your friends will
speak of the smartness of your clothes,
and you'll absent-mindedly reply,
"What clothes?" before you remember
you're wearing Palm Beach.
It's tailored as stylishly as suits
costing many times as much. And its
patented fabric resists wrinkles and
repels dirt, so that your pressing and
cleaning bills are surprisingly low.
* Your favorite clothier is showing a
stack of fresh weaves and patterns that
will win scores of new Palm Beach fans.
See the darker-tone mixtures which
look like imported worsteds. Get yours
now while selections are at their best.
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