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raW.TWW THE .MICHIGAN DAILY

.FRIDAY, MAY 28, 1937

Union Cards Answer 'Fordisms'
Ford Workers_
UNIONISM NOT FORDISM
Noe is the time to Organize!
The Wagne' ll M ixbehind you
Noun get behind yourselves!
Central Motors Workers, Chrysler Workers, Briggs Workers {
have won higher wages and better workinz conditions. :00.000
automobile workers are marching forward under the banner of
the United Automobile Workers Union.
JOIN NOW IN THE MARCH ANI) WIN:
higher WageM and Better Working 4'omdiiion®
Stop Speed-up by Union Supervisions
4 lour Day, 8 Dollars 3llmsiunuam Pay
Job Security thra Seniority ftights
Eand the Ford Service Ny tens
Union Reeoginitios
Organize and be Recognizeel -JOIN NOW!
Union hftdeiart.rxi I Michigan Avenue at Addison
fcr Furd Wrk' Ve-nor' Highway West, and Lawndale
Sign up at Union Headquarters for Ford Workers or at any
office of the United Automobile Workers
1:124 Clay .a Ituweil 894 Jt. Campau at 'Payfair
2141 Milwaukee at Chene- 11410 Charlevnix at ladwin
11725 Oakland at Tuxedo. 1:11:1 East Ferry at lt1ueell
4011 I.euschner at h yrr 3511-35th Street at Michigan
I1610 Eat Jefferson 27:10 MIaybury Grand at Michigan
1011104 ack at lxunmay 4715 lastingK Street
7 i tur at John it. ltoom 509 flufmann ldg.
Slist ribut, I by
nited A +almoin e Workears of America
c Y. >IPrinted by (Goodwill Priunting o.

Independents Lodge Is New Head
Approve Plan -Of Mimes Sociel
Robert Lodge, '39, was nan
F or Speaker president of Mimes, men's honor
society in its election of officers
the coming year yesterday at
Group To Continue Work Union.y
During Summer; Space The other officers elected are: G
Taken In Handbook ham Benedict, '38F&C, vice-pr
dent; Jack Wilcock, '39, secreta
Casey Carter, Spec.SM, treasure
The Men's Independent Organiza-
tion, meeting Tuesday for the last Lodge asked that scripts be ha
time this semester, approved plans to ed in this spring in order that
provide a speaker for freshmen dur- opera may be produced next fall.
ing Orientation Week and decided to "This is the first move in an
fuither organizational work during tempt to make Mimes an institut
the summer vacation. once more on campus," Lodge s
Part of the activity of the group "If students will cooperate we s
will be devoted to the building of a be able to put on a good show.'
strong organization, with the pres-
ent membership as a nucleus, William
G. Barndt, '37, its president an-
nounced. Space has already been re-
served in the SCA Handbook, and
negotiations have been going on to
furnish an office in the Union.
Lippman Speaks
Monroe Lippmann of the speech
department praised the group for
avoiding political affiliation.-
"If you retain the enthusiasm you
have shown until now, during the Week
summer, and come back to complete
your plans, I am sure you will be an
organization of which the Univer- FLAG SI
sity may be proud," he said.
Provisions were made for contact
between members through a chain
letter scheme. Names of the mem-
P1
have been mimeographedrand will be
available in the student offices of the
Union shortly, Barndt told the group.

Freshiman Fined $15
tY For Committing Prank
Burton Bielfield, '40, paid a $15
med fine, yesterday, for a "prank" which
y consisted of taking an $8 advertising
ary banner from inside the Michigan
for theatre, at about 11 p.m. Wednesday
the night.
Robert Allen, assistant manager
ra- of the theatre signed the complaint
esi- against the student who was ar-
ary; raigned before Justice Harry W.
r. Reading.
nd-
an TYPEWRITERS
FOUNTAIN PENS
at- Student Supplics
tion
aid.
hall 0.D. orri
314 SOUTH STATE STREET

The United Autoimobile Workers of America began distribution in-~
Detroit of this card in answer to Henry Ford's "Fordism" cards which 5CA Has Aided
were circulated among the workers in, his vast automobile plants in an
effort to thwart union organization. :St e
Sick Students
Lost And Found Remains Lost For 3 Terms
To Many Michigan Students Three years of helping students
who are ill in the Health Service is
E the record of the Student Christian
If it rains today-and the weather Of course the Lost and Found of- Association's visitation project, ac-
report promises showers-at least 12 fice contains those articles which are cording to Ralph Segalman, '37, di-
students will be wishing they had the frequently lost, such as pens, glasses, rector.
raincoats they lost yesterday which vanity cases and purses. There is a Members of the committee spend
have been turned in to the Lost and large assortment of belts, and even at least an hour a day making the
Found department in University Hall, a pair of suspenders. Many students long hours of the Health Service pa-
a survey of articles there indicated. are disregarding the parental en- tients more bearable, Segalman said.
Any professors who are tiring of treaty to "wear your rubbers," for They do this in many ways: by mak-
the alleged excuse, "I've lost my they are accumulating at a rapid rate. ing phone calls, bringing books and
book," should request that the stu- A closet in the office bears a close nagazines, buying cigarettes, and oc-
dent involved visit the department, resemblance to a clothing store for casionally obtaining assignments.
for there are over 100 text-books ly- it contains all kinds of coats, sweat- Their most important service, how-
ing unopened in the desk drawers. ers and men's and women's hats. ever, he stated, is to meet the desire
The calculations of at least two en- There are also a shirt and a pair of of the patients to talk to someone.
gineering students may be showing trousers, with vest to match. This conversation most frequently
slight inaccuracies, for there are also The Lost and Found department, turns to campus gossip, he said.
two slide rules in the collection. Room One, University Hall, urges all In the past year the Association
A baby doll made orphan by some students who believe that any of has missed but eight days, excluding
inconsiderate tryout "mama" has the material in the office may be their a two-week period during the influ-
been spending lonely days and nights property to claim it as soon as pos- enza quarantine, Segalman said.
in the third drawer of the filing cab- sible, for all articles will be disposed
inet. of at the end of.the year._Io
1omer Mart

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EVENING RADIO PROGRAMS

CKLW-1030 Kilocycles
P.M.
6:00-Turf Reporter.
6:15--News and Sports.
6:30 Lane Prescott Ensemble.
6:45-Vincent York's Orch.
7:Q0-Richard Himber's Coffee Club.
7:30-Happy Felton Orch.
8:00-Joe Sanders' Orch.
8 *30-Bamberger Symphony Orch.
9:00-Jack Denny's Orch.
9:30-Mario Morelli's Ensemble.
10:00-Henry King's Orch.
10:15-Ted Weems' Orch.
10:30-Leo Reisman's Orch.
11:00-Canadian Club Reporter.
11:15-Carl Hoff's Orch.1
11:30-Jack Denny's Orch.
Midnight-Charles Gaylord Orch.
12:30-Joe Sanders' Orch.
I1:00-Weather Forecast.
WJR-750 Kilocycles
P.M.
6:00-News and Sports.
6 :15-deLys-Heatherton.
6:30-The Allen Family.I
6:45-Boake Carter.
7:00-Broadway Varieties.
7:30-Hal Kemp's Orch.
&:00-Hollywood Hotel.
9:00-Philadelphia Orch.
d:30-Babe Ruth.
0:45-Vocal Varieties.
0 :00-Mortimer Gooch.
10 :00-Musical.
10:30-The Great Plague.
10 :45-Eddy Duchin's Orch.
11:00-Headline News.
11:15-This Week in Review.
11 :45-Meditation.
Midnight-To Be.Announced.
12:30-To Be Announced.

WWJ-920 Kilocycles
P.M.
6:00-Tyson's Sports Review.
6:10-Dinner Music.
6 :30-Bradcast.
6:40-Odd Facts.
6:45-Sports Review.
7:00-Cities Service Hour.
8 :00-Waltz Time.
8:30-True Story Hour.
9:00-First Nighter.
9:30-Jimmie Fidler.
10:00-Amos n" Andy.
LO:15-Musical Moments.
10:30-Detroit News Radio Extra.
11:00-Webster Hall Orch.
11:30-Dance Music.
Midnight-Northwood Inn Orch.
12:30-Weather.
WXYZ--1240 Kilocycles
P.M.
6:30-Lone Ranger.
7:00--Irene Rich.
7:15-Singin' Sam.
7:30-Death Valley Days.
8: 00-All-Negro Revue.
8:30-Coronet on the Air.
9:00-'Jack Pearl.
9:30-Whitney Ensemble.
9 :45-Factfinder.
10:00-Harold True.
10:15-George Kavanaugh.
10:30-Promenade Concert.
11:00-Harry Reser Orch.
12:30-Arthur Ravel Orch.
Midnight-Tom Gentry Orch.
REGENTS TO MEET
The Board of Regents will hold
monthly meeting this afternoon
the office of President Ruthven.

Labels Ford
Men As Thugs
(Continued from Page 1)
hurt, occurred yester.day as the union
prepared to circulate the leaflets to
workers changing shifts.
"The attacks upon union represen-
tatives by henchmen of the Ford Mo-
tor Company is a public admission
that the Ford workers want their own
unions and that Ford's one last hope
of preventing the workers from build-
ing their own unions is the use of
brute force through paid thugs and
mobsters," Martin said.
"The Ford workers have long suf-
fered from many evils, and it is our
opinion that these workers are not
going to permit this opportunity for
freeing themselves from company op-
pression and autocracy to slip by, nor
their rights crushed by the 'black-
shirts' of Dearborn.
"Few people will have reason to
question who the billionaire is that
Ambassador Dodd says wants to force
fascism upon the American people.
However, Mr. Ford will find that his
embryonic 'Hitler,' Harry Bennett
(head of the Ford service depart-
ment), is a poor substitute for democ-
racy and reason.

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