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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

TUESDlAY,, IMAY 11, 1937

Auto Workers Tell Cupid Is Blind On Dates Here,
(I AIon Suvey Of Students Indicates

five fraternities and

four dormitories.

(Continued from Page T

INotces not be sure that it was union men.
TUESDAY, .MAY 11, 19:7 but it ceased when he joined.
VOL. XLVII No. 158 Many umion men feel that such
P csident and Mrs. Ruthven will be tactics are justified. One man said
at home to students on Wednesday, that he had been working for a closed

By VIRGINIA VUOKHE.LS anu, since 19o, ,e has been wan tne May 12, 4 to 6 p.m. for the last stu-
That "it feels just like Sing-Sing" Metropolitan Opera Company in New
dent tea of the year.
was the description of the League York.
offered with a chuckle by Lauritz Melchior, accompanied by his wife, Notice to all Members of the Uni-
Melchior, distinguished Danish ten-|spends about seven months of the versity: The following is an extract;
or who will sing in the May Festival year in this country, and then is off :f a by-law of the Regents (Chap-i
presentation of "Parsifal" Thursday to the opera season in London. This ter II-B, Sections 8 and 9) whichj
night and "Aida" Saturday night. is followed by the Grand Opera in has been in effect since September,
Mrs. Melchior, accompanying her Paris and then by three months on 1926:-]
husband, explained this impression byhis 3000-acre estate on the Frankfort- "It will hereafter be regarded a,.
thusband epainhed hisrimpssond bon-the-Oder. In this latter "para- contrary to University policy for'
the fact that she and her husband, dise," with its large private lake, and anyone to have in his or her posses-
arriving at noon yesterday, had run motorboat, its hunting grounds on s on any key to University buildings
League cafeteria and were immediate- which roam wild boar, ducks, pheas- or parts of buildings if such key is!
Leaguecafeteria anre mm ediac toe ants, and other wild game, its 600 not stamped as provided (i.e. by the
ly struck with its resemblance to thets
pushing rows of hungry faces which fruit trees which, in blossom, "look Buildings and Grounds Department).
they saw in the famous prison on a like ' big wide lake," he, Mrs. Mel- If such unauthorized keys are found
recent visit. chior, their two children and their the case shall be referred to the Dean
e stheir difficulty in oat- five dogs have a "beautiful time." or other proper head of the Uni-
in the League was somewhat re- How He Met Wife versity division involved for his ac-
insteL ue as om ewatre- One of the most romantic and tion in accordance with this prin-'
sponsible for this humorous attitude, unique tales for Melchior's memoires ciple. Any watchman or other prop-
Neither they nor their chauffeur knew is the story of his first meeting with er representative of the Buildings
'huildings, they were to go. The his wife. She, a film actress at the and Grounds Department, or any
uindinstey a w tho gsThte time, was in the process of making an Dean, department head or other
wniversity Hospital was thestructure airplane picture. The script called proper University official shall have
wo that is where they headed to make for her to jump out of the plane in a the right to inspect keys believed to
inquiry. parachute. She did-and landed in open University buildings, at any
inuin, arrived in Arbor two days his garden. ceasonable time or place.
Lavdgtaisu indArbortwdaysr After his engagement here, Mel- "-! . . For any individual to order,
andrly dueoahisundrstnding, Mx- chior will go to New York to sing have made, or permit to be ordered!
and Mrs. Melchior are finding it ex- Saturday at a large service honoring or made, any duplicate of his or her
tremely difficult to keep themselves the Danish King on the 25th' anni- Uiest etruhuatoie
entertained. Nothing happens in the University key, through unauthorized
building after 7 p.m. they complained. versary of his kingship. This will channels, must be regarded as a
However, they have already discov- be broadcast from America to Den- special and willful disregard of ther
oeethey hve lreadh dschor mark. A banquet will culminate the safety of University property."
speakssed thePretzelBell, good thing theychior affair, after which he and his wifei These regulations are called to the
have come across. "We can't play will sail for Europe. -lattention of all concerned, for their
bridge," he lamented. "We can't cut Melchior said that he and his wife' information and guidance. Any per-
ourselves into four." So, he and his love their time here very much, but, son having any key or keys to Uni-I
ourelvesmintofour" jSo, end hris when spring comes, they want to see versity;buildings, doors, or other locks,I
charming wife have just been writing that "big, wide lake" of blossoms. contrary to the provisions recited
letters and waiting until it's time to a o e sh ud p m tl s ren rt e
attend the movies. above, should promptly surrender the
Keeps A Journal same to the Key Clerk at the office
1850 Michiganensians of the Superintendent of Buildings
Like all artists, Melchior keeps a Sold - Onl 1 75 remain and Grounds. Shirley W. Smith.

shop all his life. Once it was pos-
sible, he felt that such means were
justifiable. "If they don't join up
with us, it's just as if they were
against us, trying to kick us back
where we. were."
Such tactics are on the decline
now, it appeared, for the need is
passing. Workers estimated that
from the show of union buttons about
80 per cent of the workers belong to
-he UAWA.
Many if the men join because they
do not want a union which has
bought higher wages and better
working conditions to die. (
EVENING RADIO
PROGRAMS
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6:00-String Ensemble.
6:15-News and Sports.
6:30--Rick Roberts' Oreh.
6:45-Dixie Demons and Kay St. Ger-
maine.
7:00-Lee Shelley's Orch.
7:30-Eddy Duchin's Orch.
8:00--Anecdotes of Coronations.
8:30-Rick Roberts' Orch.
n :00-"Singtime."
10:00-Lloyd Huntley's Orch.
0C:30-Leo Reisman's Orch.
1:00-Canadian Club Reporter.
11:15-Carl Hoff's Orch.
ii :30-Henry King's Orch.
Midnight- -Ted Fio-Rito's Orch.
12:30--Herman Waldman's Orch.
1:00-Weather Forecast.
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6:00--Stevenson Sports.
6:1.5-Dodge Program.
E6 :30-Alexander Woolcott.
6:45--Boake Carter.
7 :00-Hammer Stein Music Hall.
7:30-Al Jolson Show with Martha Raye.
8:00-Watch the Fun Go by with AL
Pearce's Gang.
8:30--Oakie's College.
9:30--Your Unseen Friend.
10:00-Poetic Melodies.
110:1 5-Wismer Sports.
10:30-Scenes in Harnony.
11:00-Headline News.
11:1.5-Frank Dailey's Orch.
11:30-Anson Weeks' Orch.
Midnight-Marvin Frederic's Orch.
12:30--To Be Announced.
WWJ 920 Kilocycles
P.M.
6:00-Tyson's Sports.
" 6:10-DinnersMusic.
6 :30--Bturad cast.

(Continued from Page i) any unusual or amusing incidents
which have happened on blind dates,
responsible for the arranging of the one woman answered "The only amus-
majority of blind dates on campus. ing incident that ever happened to,
Chance plays but a minor part. Only me on a blind date was when I dis-'
15 of the women acquired their un- covered the 'blind' to be a boy to
known dates by chance and 120 whom I had recently broken my en-
through a friend acting as go-be- gagement. The poor man was just
tween. Eleven men "happened" up- as surprised as I was." A member of a
on their blind dates and friends certain State Street fraternity wrote,
brought about the others. "My first blind date could not dance !
Women take blind dates for a dif- or speak English. Rather a stupid
ferent reason than men do according date."
to the survey. More than 100 of the .Tales Of Woe
125 women answering the question- A resident of Betsy Barbour House
naire gave as their reason the op- offered the following: "Another choice
portunity of meeting new people, and bit . . . was the blind date who turned

Alpha Chi Omega, Collegiate Soro-
sis, Delta Gamma, Kappa Kappa
Gamma, Pi Beta Phi. Alpha Delta
Phi, Psi Upsilon, Sigma Alpha Epsi-
lon. Sigma Chi and Theta Delta Chi
were the chapter houses. The dor-
mitories contributing to the results
were Betsy Barbour House, Helen
Newberry Residence, Jordan Hall and
Mosher Hall.

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The 1937
Dramatic Season
GALA OPENING
Mondaoy at,
8:15 p.m.
HELEN CHANDLER
and BRAMWELL
FLETCHER
in the first group of
NOEL COWARD'S
:30

the men were divided between the de- out to be a graduate student with a
sire "just to go places" and "to go wife and three children back in Ari-f
to a certain dance or event." arna!" And still another tale of woe

Williag To Try Again
In spite of the general ill repute
of blind dates on campus most of the'
people questioned replied that theyI
would again try their luck in this'
way. Eighty-five to 36 was the wom-
en's verdict in favor of another blind'
date and 41 to 19 was the men's. The
others refused to comment. Some
very forceful answers came in on both;
sides of the question.
People from out of town do not
fare well when they attempt to get
a blind date with a Michigan woman.
Only 56 answered that they would
accept a blind date with an out-of-
town person and most of these were
grudgingly made. The men are not
so restricted in their tastes, for 32 of
them would take out outsiders while
only 25 answered that they would not.
A human interest story was dis-
closed by one fraternity man con-
cerning a date from out of town. "We
clicked," he wrote, "and went steady
for a year, then broke up because of
the distance separating the two of us
otherwise we'd still be hitting it
off."
What Not To Do
A man who calls up a sorority or
dormitory corridor and asks if there
is anyone in the house who would
go out is facing terrific odds. More
than 105 women answered that they
would not accept the offer and only
11 admitted that they would. Even a
worse obstacle faces the student who
calls up a young lady from one of
his classes and asks her for a date. If
she doesn't know him or can't even
place him, she won't go out with
him: that is only five out of the 125
would. If she does know who he is
the chances are better, for 70 women
answered that they would then "take
the chance."
In answer to a question asking for
New Mlchigan
Book Awaiting
Further Items

is told by the words, "I've never had
a blind date that the man didn't turn
out to be a goon."E
An offering by a Daily staff mem-
ber was "I once got a blind date with
an aborigine by mistake."
The survey covered five sororities,
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Tuesday, May 18, and not this week To All Candidates for the Teach- :45-Sports Review.
because of a delay, Mathews said. cr's Certificate for the Present Year: 7:30-Lady Esther serenade.
The second Convocation of under- 8:00----vox Pop.
graduate and graduate students who 9:30--Jimmy Fidier.
x are candidates for the Teacher's Cer- 5:45-vic and sade.
10:00-Amos 'n' Andy.
tificate will be held in the Lydia Men- 10:15-Evening Melodies.
delssohn Theatre on Wednesday af- 10:30---Death Fighters.
ternoon, May 12, at .4:15 p.m. This 1 11:00---Northwood Inn Orch.
11 :30--Dance Music.
INDUSTRIAL Engineering Chemis- Convocation is sponsored by the Midnight--Webster Hal Orch.
try Journal and the Abstract of School of Education; and members WXYZ---1240 Kilocycles
the American Chemical Society. of other faculties, students, and the P.M.
Vols. 1922 to 1931. Some bound. general public are cordially invited.;6:00 -Easy Aces.
{Faculty members and students who6:15-hrgnlJses
Also other books. P. D. Barakaus- 6:30--Harry Heilmann.'
kas. 1718 Dexter Ave., Ann Arbor, are candidates for the Teacher's Cer- ;:45 The aPtfinder.
7 t:00 0-IHusancnbds dand .Wives.
Michigan. 504 tificate are requested to wear academ- 7:30-It can be done.
i- costume. Vice-President Yoakum 8:00-Ben Bernie.
LAUNDRY will preside at the Convocation and s8:30---Sweetest Love song<.
9:00-The Green Hornet.

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I Dr. Charles H. Judd, Head of the De- 9:30-Irene Bealsey. In spite of a "very satisfactory re-
I 9:45--To Be Announced.
partment of Education of the Univer- 10:00-Picadilly Music Hall. sponse" to recently issued requests
sity of Chicago, will give the address. 11:00-Phil Harris Orch. for articles there are still about 200
11:30---Frank Dailey Orch.
Midnight-Morrey Brennan. out of 500 items to be included in the
Photographs of French Plays: Pho- ____"-University of Michigan Encyclo-
t tograplis of the casts of the French ! Talk Flays pedia" still outstanding, Wilfred B.
Plays may be seen in the office of ! ,JShaw, director of the Bureau of
the Romance Languages Depart- ;IAlumni Relations and editor of the
ment and ordered from the secretary. I adicalism, Hatred work said yesterday.
_____ Because of the material not yet
Rooming Accommodations: All (Continued from Page 1) submitted, Mr. Shaw estimated that
members of the faculty having roomste"ncyclopedia would not be
which they would be willing to rent to human nature in the profit motive, ready for publication befo'e next fall,
Dr. Ralph Dewey of the economics; perhaps not for six months or more.
to delegates to the Michigan Inter- department, in answer to a question, "It is necessary that we have most of
scholastic Press Association for the pointed out that even under the pres- the articles in hand before we begin
nghts of Thursday and Friday, May ent system the profit motive is in a the real editorial work on the vol-
13 and 14, at a rental of $1.00 per large degree inoperative. une," he said, "especially since many
person for two nights, are requested lie pinted to the large spread of of the articles deal with different as-
to send such information to the De- corporate ownership, most of which, pects of the same departments and
partment of Journalism, Room 213, hopsatd whicd therefoie overlap in treatment. For
Haven Hall, University Phone 467- management and not by entrepre- this reason we are anxious to get the
before Wednesday, May 12. meurs, and the fact that the largest -emainder of the material in as
~ ~ number of people gainfully employed quickly as possible._
All Junior Engineers: The collec- are wage earners to support his as-
tion of class dues is still proceeding sertion. TYPEWRITERS
very much too slowly: There is real Answering a question in regard to FOUNTAIN PENS
need for this money to pay the cur- the national debt, Dr. Dewey sug- Student Supplies
rent expenses of the class, as was ex- gested that the government go into
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