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TaqlT.,-D'lT, ATAV,01 17, 1938



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Noted Writer
To Speak Here
Crane Talks Next Week
On Wear AndReligion
Dr. Henry itt Crane, noted lec-,
ture-r and author, will be in Ann
Ar-bor to deliver a series of speeches
from Sunday through Wednesday
~under the joint sponsorship of the
'Student Religious Association and
the Methodist Church.
"Sanity In A War-Mad World" will
-be the theme of his afternoon series
~to be given at 4:15 p.m. Monday,
Tuesday and Wednesday at the
~Union. "Dare We Be Christian?"
will be the subject of his evening talks
~which will be given 7:30 p.m. Sunday,
Monday, Tuesday and Wednesday at
the First Methodist Church.
'~Dr. Crane was graduated from
Wesleyan University and his degrees
Afrom DePauw and Boston University
~School of Theology. Since 1928 he has
been at the Elm Park Methodist
~Church in Scranton, Pa., and has
~traveled extensively.
Hillel Chooses
New Committee System
To Be Installed
The Hillel Foundation has under-
,one a complete reorganization with
the election of new officers, it was an-
nounced yesterday.- A new program of
integrated and revivified committees
of more than 100 people will go into
effect immediately, the Foundation
Nathaniel Holtzman, '39, was elect-
~ed president, Samuel E. Grant, '40,
vice-president, and Zelda Davis, '40,
way reeletcd ,secretary.
The reorganization was instigated
by Ronald Freedman, Student Direc-
tor of the Foundation, who feels that
a greater scope of activities should
be offered to more students.
A basic skeleton group was ap-
pointed by the Executive Council last
Sunday, and the new committees
will be built around them. Commit-
~tee chairmenn should get the names
of their committees into the Hillel
of-ace today, Freedman said.
A special :issue of the Hillel News
on March 25 will carry the names of
all the' new committees and a detailed
Pre-{MJed t o Uear

Cla nii Prof. Dori-
(Continued hr PaR90 1)
new. It first attracted attention to
the President's Power Conference in
September, 1936, hie said, and was
fuirther accentuated during the recent
controversy over the claims of Sen-
ator George E': Berry that damages
were due for losses arising from the
flooding of mineral lands. This re-
cent battle indicated that the fight
has gone beyond' the original split
and now is partly based on person-
The President held a meeting of the
three directors on March 11, when the
situation seemed to be approaching
the explosive stage, Professor Dorr
explained. Here Arthur Morgan de-
manded a congressional investigation,
amid charges and countercharges of
conspiracy, deceit, dishonesty and in-
Senator Norris, god-father of the
TVA, according to reports, at first
favored an investigation by the Fed-
eral Trade Commission. Later he
asked for a Senatorial investigation.
However, it seems now, Professor Dorr1
pointed out, that a joint inquiry will
be made by the Senate and House
with the President's approval.
The 'situation is probably now out
of the. President's hands, Professor
Dorr believes, despite a second meet-
ing of the three "TVA directors to-
Officers for the University Glee
Club elected'yesterday afternoon are
as follows: president, Charles Bowen;
vice president, James George; secre-
tary-treasurer, Ward Quaal; librar-
ian, Andrew Pavinich.

BMO( I-4 imier Cohens, Kellys
Will Be Friday Unite To Fete
Detroit, University Club The Jolly 17th
To Eniter'1tin Leaders (Continued Irin 'age 1)
The annual dinner for students; best known for ridding the Auld Sodl
who are leaders of campus activities,; of snakes, came from an aristocratic'
given by the University of Michiganj Roman family. Son of a Roman
Clu ofDetoit wil b hed a 7p.m. magistrate in the colony of England,
Clu ofDet'oi, wll e hld t ~ Patrick, wile still a tyke, was cap-
Friday in the University Club in De - Lureid by Celtic pirates. In Ireland he
troit. grew up as a slave.
Dean H C. Audcrs on of the en-1 He came to love the Irish nobles
gineering college will attend as will and their red-haired ladies whoI
T. Hawley Tapping, general secretary~ danced jigs in moated castles, played,
of the Alumni Association; Robert 0. hnblan ese1o h is
Morgan, assistant general secretary corned beef and cabbage. Never did
of the Alumni Association; and Stan- Patrick dream that some day the
ley G. Waltz, manager of the Union.! chivalrous Irish knights would be
Especially invited guests include Boston policemen and Abbey Players.
Kenneth Morgan, director of the Stui- Patrick escaped to the Continent,
dent Religious Association; John C. became a monk, and returned to
Thorn, '38, president of the Union; gather converts to Christianity in
Arthur B. Lundahl, '38, chairman of much the same manner that the Irish
the Interfraternity Council; Hugh corral the Democratic vote today. In
Rader, '38, president of the Men's one city alone, probably called the
Council; Bruce Telfer, '38, chairman Sixteenth Ward,'-he converted 30,0001
of te Me's ormioryCommittee; Irishmen at one tinme.
John Townsend, '38, captain of the Sfo ant ukclbain
basketball team; Joseph S. Mattes, will be in order, but neither Ulster-
'38, managing editor of the Daily; man nor Nazi brownshirt need apply~.
Goff Smith, '38, editor of the Technic;
and William Quo Wu, '38M. ^.s.u- 1

Physiviaii 1e1orts
Hobbs Has Infection
Prof. -Emeritus William H. Hobbs
is ill with an upper respiratory inf'ec- )
Lion it was learned yesterday from I1
his physician, Dr. F. R. Waldron.
Professor Hobbs heas been in bed
with a fever for four days, and it was
feared by his family that he xvas
fighting off pneumonia. The inifec-
tion is not serious, according to Dr.
Waldron, and he is expected to be
up and around in several days.
Professor Hobbs had been sched-
uled to speak at the Union Sunday
Forum on "Receint Changes in Eu-
rope," but was unable to be present.

The Sociedad Hispap~ica will spuni- Prof. Lawrence Preuss of the po-
sor' a " Noche Mejiocana" at 8 p.m. to- jliieal science department will spear
night in the Union. Mexican songso"WaHsHpendtItr- national Law" at a luncheon meet-
and dances will be presented and an ing of the Canadian-.American Af-
)exhibition of the tango will be given filiates of the Foreign Policy Asso-
by two students from South Amnerica, ciation Saturday in Detroit.
Fxcerpts from B3 Minor Mass
30SNESNormal Choir and Guest: High;l School Choirs
Pease Auditorium, Ypsilanti FRI., MAR. 18, 8 pam., exactly
No Reservations. Seats 25c.

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LANSING, March 16.--GP)-The
Michigan Liquor Control Commission
deferred action today on scheduled
ratification of a peace treaty with,
Indiana in a beer tariff war between,
the states. Chairman Edward W.
McFarland said the issue would come
before the Commission tomorrow.




6 :0---Stevcimon Sporty .
6 :15--Dancing MOOds.
6 :34-Boake Cartecr.'
6:45-Vocal varictle:,.
7:00-Poetic Melodies.
7:15-Hollywood Screenscoops.
7:30-Gabriel Heatter.
8 :00-Kate- Shltb.
9:00-Major Bowes.
10 :30--The Mummers.
11:00-Headline News.
11:15Triike Ellingtoni's ".rch.
11 :30--Buddy Rogers Orch.
12 :00-Johnny Hamp's Orch
12 :30-DAnce Music.
6 :00--'Tysion Sports,
6:15-Dixie Strings,
6 :30--Bradcast.'
6 :45---Msical Moments.
7:00--Amos 'I Andy.
7:15--House PaFrty."
7 :45---Sport. Reviewv.
8 :00----Rudy Valee.
9 00---"Goocl News nr ai'1!31
11.:00---N wc a st-
11 :10----Webster Hall Oreli.
11:30-Dance Music,
12 :00-DLance Music.

6:153---.News and S5orlsu.
6 :30----Mlody interludc.
6 :45---Rhythmn Men.
7 :30--United Press Bjulletins.
8 :00-Sinfonietta.-
8:30-Happy Hal's Housewarming.
9:00-To Be Announced.
9:30-Moonlight Rhythms.
10:00-Hollywood Serenaders.
10:30-Henry Weber Music.
11 :00-Canadian Club Reporter.
i2:00--1)ance Orch.
12:3!1-.-Kay Kyser Orchi.
6:00 Day In Review.
6:15----The Black Flameu.
6:45 -Lowell Thomnas.
7:00--Easy A reos.
'7:15---Mr 1Keen.
7 :30- -Eirreen llionl..
F3:00--Ma rc?)()". T jl
8:30 ---Brry tMc(inley.
#)'t0--: cx!itrmi -'h il[ irioi l ~ i.
:010:30.- NF,,Ni;ht C1111
II :f14--Joun McKaiy.
12 :00-1) fg(M. PIv,(s 0Quci -
12:30--6=ii rwood Van Orel)

reace ue~atelr
IAsks Opponeiit
Cel esta Strack Challenges
SFaculty, Student Body
Celeste Strack, a member of the
l executive board of the American Stu-
dent Union, has issued a challenge
to any member of the faculty or
student body wishing to debate
against collective security, t4 speak
against her Tuesday night at the
Union Ballroom, Joseph Gies, '39,
president cof the Progressive Club an-
p ounc~ed yesterday.
Miss Strack was a member of Phi
Beta Kappa and an intercollegiate
debating champion at California Uni-
versity. She was forced to leave the
university because of peace activities.
She has traveled widely in this
country and has visited Mexico. Sev-
eral years ago she accompanied Clif-
ford Odets, noted playwright on a trip
to Cuba. At present she is mtaking~
an extended tour of the country
speaking for collective security as a
means of preventinlg world war and
fascist aggression.
An exhibit of photographs onl ba-.
Lanical subjects will be displayed ~
a.m. to 4 p.m. Friday and 9 am. to 12
# at. Satur-day ill?"Zoom 3009 Natural
Science Building by the Botanical
Section of the Michigan Academy of
Scencle. The public is invited.





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CojtinuirithXJfe serlies of talks and
ti :euss icnis on the various profes-
sionrs.,.,DiiaRl be t C'. Furstenburg.
of !.ho 11ciivud School will address
J~pt>> ;I x _ IId4-,al st~udnts at 4:15
today < i n iRooI 1025 Angell Hall.
The, next ,are-prof sional talky will
Pc CoJ M:archl 22 when Dean Clare E.
G -rUlh:.ou the School of Business Ad-
minitraionwill spe-ak.

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Tooth Brush
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5Cc Palmolive
Shaving Cream 37c,
Italian Balm
150 Sheets of
KLEENEX rk 10c
$1.35 Jar
Lady Esther Cream

Attend .. .
Hill Auditorium
Monday, March 21




to be OUC of~

the th1rog that will welcomie

(7och(;rislcr and Jiis taff to

M'Icligan at

1 -111 Auditorlin-i

tiiis Monday niglht, for it's bOLId Clo tbC good fuii and will
give you a fine chance to see and hear: the ain 1 whosec band~s
the destiny of Michiigan footba),ll rests,
DON'"1' FAIL W o buy one of the-1 twelve-page progrfanlm
put out by Sigtm Jiiklta Chii t-li xt.will1 be on s~jle tt the door.,


for they are chock I'iI
bursting with pertinc m.

Of. itlimtc(lope about: the coaches-
facts about their lives and work you

I U PPOSIE I get sick? .Aftetr all, I'm only
khu mn And if f do get a touch of colic
.<®or have a nervous break~down .. , do
you know what'll bring it ov? !orry Yes
6 r, worrying about how hang it world take
Is to-vet the doctor.

marketiiia to do. She has to take advan
tage of the bargain sales. Sometimes she
n'eeds to get in touch with Dad during tl
day, And there are errands to be run.
Well, she can't do all those things without
A telenhne , .. andl at the sameu'time -wi~ve



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