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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

FRIDAY, JUNE 4, 1937

Religious Group
Wil Nominate
NewMembers.
Student Council To Hold
Election At Breakfast
MeetingSunday
The Student Council of Religion
will meet Sunday at breakfast in the
Russian Tea Room at the League, to
nominate members for the 1937-38
Council and also members for the
Board of Governors of the newly
created Student Religious Associa-
tion, Dr. Edward W. Blakeman, 'coun-
selor of religious education, an-
nounced yesterday.
The new organization has been
developed in an effort to relieve the
counselor of religious education of a
large number of social and religious
projects, which, although not among
the major functions of the Counselor,
have naturally converged to his of-
fice, Dr. Blakeman continued. Among
the activities to be undertaken are
the Freshmen Rendezvous, lectures
on religion, forums on socio-religious
themes, inter-gufid devotional groups,
Peace Council, Spring Parley, and the
Inter-Faith Symposium, said Dr.
Blakeman. The former Student
Christian Association properties, Lane
and Newberry Halls, which have been
transferred to the University, will
come under the control of the Board,
Dr. Blakeman said.,
The faculty members of the board
of governors, recently approved by
the Board of Regents are Professors
Raphael Isaacs, Erich Walter, Wil-
liam McLaughlin, Howard McClusky,
and Ferdinand Menefee.
The Student Council of Religion,
which will become the student func-
tioning unit within the new Student
Religious' Association, is made up of
13 members, five elected from the stu-
dent body at large and two represent-
ing each of the major traditions:
Protestant, Catholic, Jew, and East-
ern, said Dr. Blakeman. The ad-
visors for the association are Dr.
Blakeman, Professor McClusky and
Prof. John L. Brumm.

EVENING RADIO
PROGRAMS
CKLW-1030 Kilocycles
P.M.
6 :00-Turf Reporter.
6:15-News and sports.
6 :30-vincent York's Orch.
7:00-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-Detroit Police Field Day.
10:00-Henry King's Orch.
10:15-Ted Weems' Orch.
10:30-Leo Reisman's Orch.
1 :00-Canadian Club Reporter.
11:15-Horace Heidt Orch.
11:30-Jack Denny's Orch.
Midnight-Charles Gaylord Orch.
12:30-Joe Sanders' Orch.
1 :00-Weather Forecast.
WJR--750 Kilocycles:
P.M.
6:00--News and Sports.
6 :1 5-Chapin-Cooper.
6:30-To Be Announced.
7:30-Hal Kemp's Orch.
8:00-Hollywood Hotel.
9:00-Modern Symphonics.
.:30-Babe Ruth.
9:45-Vocal varieties.
10:00-Musical.
.0:30-The Great Plague.
10:45-Bert Block Orch.
11:00-Headline News.
11:15-Thik Week in Review.
11 :45-Meditation.
Midnight-Del Courtney Orch.
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.
10 :15-Musical Moments.
10:30-Detroit News Radio Extra,
11 0d-NBC Soloist.
11 :30--Dance Music.
Midnight-Northwod Inn Orch.
12:30-- Weather.
WXYZ-1240 Kilocycles,
P.M.
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.
INDIANA HEAD TO RESIGN
BLOOMINGTON, Ind., June 3.-
(A)-It was learned today that Dr.
William Low Bryan has asked the
Board of Trustees of Indiana Univer-
sity to make his resignation of the
University effective June 30.

Food Plane Crashes Into Boxcars

SWOC Asserts

Oreodou Skeleton To Go
an Display At Museum

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W IreIs iIusZ The practically complete skeleton
of a pig-like prehistoric animal,
Meet Denands known as an oreodon, will go on dis-
play sometime this month in the Main
. Exhibition Hall of the Museum, ae-
inmittee Moving Swiftly cording to Mr. William H. Buettner,
oward TP - Pr o du er preparator of the Museum.
$cargain Showdown The skeleton was found in the Bad
S So dLands of South Dakota in the sum-
mer of 1935 by an expedition of the
(Continued from Page 1) Museum of Paleontology. The bones
of the animal are being left in the

BRIGGS PAY DIVIDENDS
DETROIT, June 3. -(Pl-The
Briggs Manufacturing Company, at
its quarterly meeting today, declared
a cash dividend of $1 per share on
no-par stock payable June 25 to
stock of record June 15. In the prev-
ious quarter the company, which
manufactures automobile bodies, paid
a cash dividend of 50 cents.
TYPEWRITERS
FOUNTAIN PENS
Student Supplies
0. D. Morrill
314 SOUTH STATE STREET

A plane carrying food to workers in the strike-closed plant of Re-
rublic Steel Corp.; at Warren, O., crashed into a line of steel box cars
in landing inside the enclosure. Frank Flynn, manager of the plant,
said the pilot was not injured. One of the planes used in ferrying the
food to workers is shown here as it settled behind the box cars.
Student Christian Association'
Enacts 'Good Samaritan' Role
By PETER MORSE Another part in the program has
The Student Christian Association! keen week-end retreats to the S.C.A.
does everything to assist the harried camp on Patterson Lake. Small
tudent from meeting his waiting par- groups are invited here who ordi-I
ents at the train to mailing letters for narily do not get out of town and
patients at the Health Service. who are in need of companionship.
Under Ralph Segalman, '37, direc- The informality of these trips has
tor of the social service department of been a major factor in the success of
the S.C.A.. much ground has been the organization.
covered in the field of rehabilitating Personal guidance is an important
mal-adjusted and' socially under- adjunct to the work. The student
nourished students. Many students, assigned to the case has two func-
come to Michigan handicapped so- tions: to advise the individual in his
cially, Segalman said. They have care and to issue personal invitations
had little experience in mixing and to the various functions.
are able to make but few friends. The This program has been found to
necessity for work among these so- be just as beneficial to the worker
called misfits was evidenced large- as to the poorly adjusted individual.
ly at the Health Service where friend- It is excellent experience for those
ship and help are most needed and interested in social service, medicine
appreciated, he continued. and human relationships in general,

a 20 per cent wage increase. T-
workers r'epresented were in 14 "non-
operating" groups. Five brother-
hoods embracing some 300,000 "op-,
erating" employes have placed similar
demands.
Evidence IS Collecte(
DETROIT, June 3.--(IP)-Addition-
al evidence relating to the beating of
18 United Automobile Workers' or-
ganize's and members near gates of
the Ford Motor Company was col-
lected by Common Pleas Judge Ralph
W. Liddy today as he deferred de-
cision on the Company's challenge to
his jurisdiction.
Martin; returning from a Wash-
ington conference with John L. Lewis,
head of the Committee for Industrial
Organization, said thg Ford drive
would be "extended and broadened."
He has said a second distribution of
Union literature to Ford workers is
planned.
Martin' said Governor Murphy had
pledged an "adequate force of State
Police to protect the workers in their
right. to free assembly" Saturday. He
said J. J. Kennedy, Union organizer,
had received two anonymous tele-
phone threats that the Union would
be "all finished" Saturday, but added
the Union was not afraid any at-
tempt would be made to break up
the meeting.
I Great Britain Submits
3-Point Patrol Program
(Continued from Page 1)
zones for neutral ships be established
in Spanish waters; (2) That the
Spanish government and - insurgent
leaders be asked to guarantee pro-
tection of warships of the, patrolling
powers; (3) That Britain, France,
Italy and Germany confer imme-
diately if a warship in the patrol is
attacked.
Reports from Berlin and Rome were
that there was no serious opposition
to the return of German and Italy
to the patrol.

.B.GOFREY410 N.4th Ave.
Li G 'L*C'PF RE Y Phone 6927

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Ilied Van es, In.
We'll be pleased to give inform4::n and estimates.

block in which they were discovered
and are being worked out in relief.I

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MILK-ICE CREAM
Week-End Special
Two-Layer Brick of Vanilla and
Black Walnut Ic Cream
Superior Dairy Company
Phone 23181

Classified Directory

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Advertising Department. Phone 2-3241.
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&'clockl previous to day of insertion.
Box numbers 'may be secured at no
extra charge.
Cash in advance 11 per reading line
for one or two insertions. 10c per read-
ing line for three or more insertions.
(on basis of five average words to line)
Minimum three lines per insertion.
Telephone rate - 15c per reading line
for two or more insertions. Minimum
three lines per insertion.
10% discount if paid within ten days
from the date of last insertion.
LAUNDRY
LAUNDRY 2-1044. Sox darned.
Caaful work at a low price. Ox
NOTICES
SUMMER play group for children,
2'2-4 years. Hours 8-12. Call
Frances MacNaughton. 5837.
TYPING: Neatly and accurately
done. Mrs. Howard, Q13 Hill Street.
Phone 5244. 568
WANTED
WANTED: Good second-hand canoe.
Phone 4740. 585
CLOTHING WANTED TO BUY: Any
old and new suits, overcoats, at $3,
$5. $8, $25. LADIES' FUR COATS,
TYPEWRITERS, OLD GOLD,
DIAMONDS and musical instru-
ments. Phone Sam. 6304. 78x
WANTED: Graduate students desire
3 or more room apartment for
summer school. Reply (Box 960)
and state rent.
FOR SALE
TWO NEW Electrolux kerosene re-
frigerators, cheap. Ideal for that
cottage without gas or electricity.
Electric Service Co., 330 S. Main.
Phone 3514. 588
VIOLONCELLO for sale. Bargain.
Box No. 25. 580
FOR SALE: 5 passenger sedan. Ex-
cellent condition. $75 cash. Phone
474{: 586

FOR RENT
ROOMS for girls summer session.
Large yard, trees, garage. 1511
Washtenaw. Tel 3851.
FOREST-928: For summer, fur-
nished 3-room apartment. Light
and airy. Private bath. Adults only.
$40 per month. Phone 2-1767.
THE MONROE (522 Monroe) 12-
block west Law Quadrangle offers.
furnished 2-room apartments, pri-
vate baths, murphy beds, electric
refrigeration. $35, $40, $45. Phone
2-2839.
WE HAVE several nice apartments
near the campus becoming vacant
after June 15th. Included in these
are 1, 2, 3, and 5 room apartments.
Prices range from $20.00 to $90.00.
Trisinger A p a r t m e n t ,s. Phone
2-2087, night 8360-2-3081-4901.
LARGE double room, newly-fur-
nished, clean. 811 Sylvan Street.
Phone 2-3867. 587
FURNISHED bachelor apartment
with private bath and shower. Also
large double with adjoining lava-
tory. Continuous hot water, shower
bath. Garage. Phone 8544. 422 E.
Washington. 589
TO INSTRUCTOR or graduate stu-
dent. Beautifully furnished sitting
room, bedroom, lavatory. To see,
Phone 9524. 584

To carry out a program, a volun-
teer panel of 20 upperclassmen and
women are chosen, and facilitate the
discovery of the poorly adjusted in-
dividuals, workers are picked from
different dormitories and rooming
houses. They, together with inval-
uable assistance from housemothers,
choose those to be helped.
Faculty members have shown will-
ingness to cooperate by opening their
homes to Sunday afternoon gather-
ings, and here, in a congenial at-
mosphere, the students are made to
feel as natural and at home as pos-
sible, Segalman stated. Games are
played and refreshments served.
1,0 00 Will Attend
Community Dinner
(Continued from Page 1)
sity, wil ltalk on "The Relation of
the University to the State."
"One hundred Years of Town and
Gown" will be the topic of the sec-'
ond address, which will be made by
George Burke, '07L,, University law-
yer. Randolph G. Adams, director of
the William L. Clements Library, will
give the final speech on "The Early
Days of Ann Arbor."
Tickets priced at one dollar arel
available at the League and the,
Union.
SUMMER WORK
SENIOR AND JUNIOR STUDENTS
ATTENTION
A new one and one-half million dollar
Michigan Corporation offers students
exceptional opportunity selling a pop-
ular $1.00 par stock issue. We will
advance the cost of the Michigan Se-
curities Salesman's license and a per-
manent future with this company to
those who can qualify. Men are
trained and given leads. Sales work
starts July 1st. Apply to
JEFFERSON BREWING COMPANY
1222 Ford Bldg. - Cherry 1500
DETROIT

according to Dr. William M. Brace of
the Health Service who said, "The
students achieve practical work with
individuals of their own age and in-
terests ,the type of patient they will
be called upon to meet in their fu-
ture work."

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BEER -Cases or Kegs
All Popular Brands
FOR PROMPT DELIVERY-Call 3205
Meats - Groceries - Mixers - Wines
Ty's Service Market
420 Miller Avenue Phone 320
OPEN 8 A.M. to11 P.M. DAILY =__--- -_-

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MATINEE TODAY at 3:15 - TONIGHT at 8:15
Last Times Tomorrow at 3:15 and 8:15
The Detroit Times says, "Bursts with the Illumination
of a Giant Rocket. Aroused an enthusiasm far in
excess of Anything that has gone before."
The Second Group of NOEL COWARD'S
"tonight at 8:30"
"FAMILY ALBUM," "FUMED OAK,"
"SHADOW PLAY"

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Last Times Today
Ricardo Cortez in "Her Husband Lies"

staringJesse Ryce ANDS, wth harls RMAN
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MATINEES
25c

t ROMANTIC AS MOONLIGHT ON
- THE SEINE .. LUXURIOUS AS
> }<R ORCHIDS ON ERMINE'
LORETTA TYRONE ADOLPHE
' GREGORY RATOFF F
CHARLES WINNINGER
6 H E LEN W E ST LEY
EXTRA
"PERFECT POPEYE CARTOON NEWS OF -
SET-UP" "MORNING, NOON THE DAY
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HELP WANTED

SUMMER WORK - Stanley Home
Products can use several men for
summer sales work. Can earn $50
to $75 weekly. See Mr. Reese at
Union, 1 to 5 Friday.
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DRESS UP!
Your Shoes
for Vacation
Half Soles ....~75c
Soles& Heels L . 98c
Ladies Toplifts. 15c
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CAMPUS CUT RATE DRUG
At Ann Arbor's Busiest Little Drug Store - FRIDAY and SATURDAY Only!
218 SOUTH STATE ST., GO LDMAN BLDG. - PHONE 9392

BATHING CAPS
Assortment of Colors
and Styles!

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CIGARETTES
$1.15 Carton
2 fer 25c - plus tax
incudes Lucky's, Camels,

50c KOLYNOS
Tooth Paste 29c
Suggestions for the June
Graduates
We carry complete lines of
LUCIEN LE LONG
DU BARRY.

50c
U nguentine

39c

60c MUM 49c
65c Odorono 49c
65c Non-Sni 54c

Six Takamine
Tooth Brushes 54c
Take some home-and save
50c MENNEN'S
Shaving Cream
34c

VIRGINIA BRUCE
IN A UNIVERSAL PICTURE

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