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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

TUESDAY, MAY 25, 1937

Time' During Sit-Down Strike

Campus Elections Appointments
To Be Held Today Tw
To Fellowships
(Continued from Page 1)
eAre Announced
'38, Arthur Lundahl, '38, Richardr
Klein, '39, David Strauss, '38, James Tp
Warren, '38 and William Shackleton, Three postdoctoral appointments in
'38E. the Graduate School for 1937-1938
For the three positions from the lit- were announced yesterday.
erary school on the Men's Council, I The Alfred H. Lloyd Postdoctoral
Hugh Rader, '38, Bruce Telfer, '38,' Fellowship was awarded to Dr. Mor-
Richard Kendrick, '38, Earle Luby, ris Lazerowitz, teaching fellow in the
'38, Walker Graham, '38 and Walter philosophy department and the Hor-
Truc, '38, are candidates. One per- ace H. Rackham Postdoctoral Fellow-
son will be elected from the engineer- ships were awarded to Dr. Allan F.
ing school, and the candidates are Archer, assistant in the zoology de-
Goff Smith, '38E, and Neil Levenson, partment, and Dr. Robert D. Thomp-
'38E. George Sprau, '38A and James son, assistant in the chemistry de-
Rigg, '38A, are candidates for the partment.
ogle position from the architectural Dr. Lazerowitz plans to work in the
school. field of symbolic logic with Professor
From the forestry school the two G. E. Moore of Cambridge, Professor
candidates for the one position on C. I. Lewis of Harvard University, and
the Council are Graham Benedict, with Dr. A. Tarski and Dr. J. Lukasie-
'38F&C, and Claude Beebe, '38F&C. wicz of the University of Warsaw.

Youth Mental Cure
Possibility Is Seen
(Continued from Page 1'
timore home for the feeble minded.
This report was made by Dr. Kanner
of Baltimore, who commented on
the illicit traffic of the girls by
crooked lawyers who secured the re-
leases through the courts and shut-
tled the former inmates into house-
keeping jobs. Fifty-one of the girls
married. There were 165 children of
whom 108 were feeble-mindd. A ma-
jority of the women were either
prostitutes or carriers of vener'eal
diseases and not one of the husbands
had normal intelligence, Dr. Ra-
phael said.
RI DEIR'S
302 S. State St.
Pen &
Typewriter
Service

Musical instruments helped miners staging a "sit- down" strike 360 feet below the ground in one of the
Superior Coal Company's mines near Wilsonville, Il., to while away the time. The strikers asked a "share the
work" program to aid some 300 idle miners. A portion of the group of 350 or more miners in the pit is

shown here.

Michigan 's Early History Shown
In Exhibit At Cileents Library

Frederick Shaffnmaster, 38SM andc
Maurice Gerow, '38SM, will be the
candidates for the one position from
the School of Music, and, Robert
Lailner, '38BAd, and Fred Milke,
'38BAd, will be candidates for the
position from the School of Business
Administration.
UNION BACKS FLINT TEACHERS
FLINT, May 24.-OP)--Members ofj
the United Automobile Workers of
America and the American Federa-
tion of Labor have announced that al
demonstration will be held Wednes-
day in behalf of three teachers who
have not received contracts for next
year. The teachers, Miss Caroline
C 1nnrs, . i 6i1iuuu icz no inrio

Dr. Archer expects to work in areas
around, the coastal plain in Alabama
on the problems of extinction of cer-
tain species of snails and adaptation
of others, and the changing condi-
tions among them. Dr. Archer has
completed considerable research in
conchology.
Dr. Thompson plans to work either
at the Massachusetts Institute of
Technology or at the Bureau of
Standards on further research in the
precise measuremfent of electrical)
conductivities
CHELSEA
FLOWER SHOP
203 East Liberty Phone 2-29735
Flowers for All Occasions

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ocu entssTraceSE.Aory f!cr of the fort, and Gen.ris
Documentsfcommander Sir Roumm, are members of the Michigan
Early Michigan From Jeffery Amherst, chief of the Brit- Federation of Teachers, an AFL af-
. ish forces in America, are found filiate.
French Exploration among the exhibit. Articles from the
Fifty original articles and docu- Gage Papers and Sir Henry Clinton
ments dealing with phases of the his- Papers of the library collections andA
tory of the State of Michigan from other manuscripts are taken from ADDED MATINE
'early French exploration through to the period of the Seven Years' War
the middle of the nineteenth century and the Revolutionary War. These Lost Times, TON IGP
form the principal part of the Cen- include a letter from Gen. Anthony MATINEE
tennial Exhibit of the Clements Li- Wayne to Gen. Nathanael Greene
brary, according to the most recent telling of his victory over the Indians
library bulletin. at Fallen Timbers in 1781, an impor- Greatest Success Ann
tant factor in driving the British
ihe o destGabriel Sagard,aFthe n from the Northwest Ter.ritory. A Triumph - An Ovatio
missionary among tl- Huron Indians Several historical prints, journals Ask Anyone
1RQ n1 nr 1e')nA ;-. - iand maps complete the main exhibit.

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E TODAY at 3:15
HT and TOMORROW
and NIGHT
Arbor Has Ever Known
)n at Every Perform ance-
Vho Has Seen It!

Will exam time find you "head
up" gazing ahead unafraid? Not
if you are weighted down by a
mass of rambling notes and pon-
derous texts. Shift that burden
to the. College Outline Series.
Their concise tables of facts,
brief summaries, and visual aids
will lift the review strain from
your mind. Hasten now to our
store. C.O.S. texts are 75c each.
TITLES IN
College Outline Series

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The last document is :the famous "Dr.
Chase's Recipes," published by Alvin
W. Chase of Ann Arbor in 1861, which
passed through scores of editions
hereeand is still being published by
an eastern company.
Independents To Hear
Thom At Last Meetingl
The Independent Men's organiza-
tion will meet at 8 p.m. today in the
Union for the last time this semester
to hear Monroe Lippman of the
speech department. The constitu-
tional committee will review the or-
ganization's constitution and consider
plans for participation in Orientation
Week next semester.
John C. Thom, '38, president of the
Union and Frederick V. Geib, '38F&C,
recording secretary, will address the
group on student government and
the part independents may play.
DANCING
Class & individual in.-
(struction in all types
of dancing. Teachers
course. Phone 9695
Terrace Garden Studio
uix~y Second Floor
Wuerth Theatre Bldg.
SLast Times Today W 1

MISS ESTELLE WINWOOD in
"THE MERCHANT
OF VENICE "
Gareth Hughes, Rex Ingram, Albert Carroll
Max Reinhardt, Baron de Meyer, George Cukor, James Cagney and
many others have called Robert Henderson's 'production the finest
they have ever seen of this play.
Lydia MENDELSSOHN Theatre
NIGHTS: at 8:15 - 75c, $1.10 & $1.50. Mats. at 3:15 - 50c & 75c-

Ancient, Medieval.
and Modern History
H-st. of Middle Ages
History of Europe
15S001848
History of Europe
18151936
History of"England
History of World
since 1914
Hit,. of U. S. to 1865
Hist. of U.S. since 1$65
American Government
Political Science
Principles of Economics

Educational Psychology
History of Education
General Psychology
I sf Yr. College Chews.
Ist Yr. College Physics
General Biology
Principles of Geology
General Forestry
Natural Resources
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Statistical Methods
Outlines of
Shakespeare's Plays
Outline History of
English literature

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