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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

FRIDAY, FEB. 18, 1938

Want To Go Fast?.
Try New Trains,
100 Miles Per Hour
Students journeying by rail to
points both east and west of Ann
Arbor, will in the future be trans-
ported by the most powerful loco-
motives ever in passenger service in
Michigan. The locomotives, capable
of hauling standard trains at sus-
taired speeds of more than 100 miles
an hour, have been installed on the
Michigan Central railroad and now
pass through Ainn Arbor daily.
The new locomotives are on the
Twilight Limited run, the westbound
stopping here at 5:22 p.m. and the
east bound on the Chicago to Detroit
run at 9:30 p.m.
I xund members. The selections will
be made known March 28.
The nominating committee is made
up of Lynn Fry, chairman, Rev. E.
W. Blakeman, counselor in Religious
Education,

Educators HearI
Income eport
Highways Reported More
Costly Than Schools
EAST LANSING, Feb. 17.-(R)-
The conflicting demands of State de-
partments for a share of the state's
income were pictured today by State
cificials at a meeting of the Mich-
igan Council on Education at Mich-
igan State College.
Dr. Albert Phillips, secretary of the
Michigan Education Association, and
mcmber of the State Tax Study Com-
┬░nission, declared that rumors educa-
tion was getting the greater share of
the tax dollar were disproved by a
survey of state income and expendi-
sures made by the MEA.
PLEDGING ANNOUNCED
Pi Lambda Phi announces the
pledging of Charles Samuel, '41, of
Altoona, Pa.

Death's Henchmen Ride In Spain

Extension Courses
Bring University
To 28 More Cities

Hillel Sponsors
Essay Contest

CLASSIFIED ADVERTISING

single or double. Light and warm,
and very reasonable. 716 Arbor.
382

DESIRABLE suite for
spring mattresses. Half
of University Library.
galls.

boys. Coil
block north
220 S. In-
378

ROOMS well furnished. Excellent'.lo-
cation. Reasenable. Graduate or
business wcmen. Phone 9150.1026
Oakland. 387
FOR SALE
95 ACRES of level, sandy loam. Good
seven room house, electricity, good
barn and other buildings close in.
$7,000. Whaley or Clapp. Phone
2-1964, Evenings 2-1170. 396
FANCY APPLES,- sweet cider, pop-
corn. Will deliver. Phone 3926. 1003
Brooks. 390
OAK WOOD, best grade, for fireplace,
or furnace. Delivered. 106 Barker

Road, Whitmore Lake. Phone 57
or 2-1964 mornings. 392
1938-PLYMOUTH 4-door trunk sedan.
Driven only 1,800 miles. Need
money. Cheap sale. Please call 3360
for Chang. 365
WANTED
STUDENT GIRL to work for room
rent. 518 South Division. 389
FRENCH and GERMAN tutoring
given by native German girl and
Sorbonne Student. Call 4697. 357
TYPING--Carefully and accurately
done, L. M. Heywood, 803 E. King-
sley St. Phone 8344. 106
LOST AND FOUND
FOUND: Candid camera, call 8911
and ask for Jim. 358
LOST: Artist's red sable paint brush.
Vicinity of Kappa house, Museum
and Architectural school. Florence
Brotherton. 7117. 398

Grim reminders of four hor
pestilence ,death-are cavalryn
war's bloodiest battles.
Roosevelt ra
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(Continued from Page 1)
can Federation of Labor and the
have criticized the Board for s
of its decisions under this provi
(B) A prohibition against coerc
intimidation, restraint and inter
ence applies to employers, but t
employes or unions.
(C) Only employes or unionsi
invoke the Board's services.
(D) Like the Federal Trade C
mission, the Board both prosec
and decides its cases, subject to
viek by the Circuit Court of App(
(E) The Board has expanded
interpretation, the fundamental
of "unfair labor practices" spe
cally prohibited by law. For insta
the Board has declared it an
TEN BELIEVED KILLED
SAREVEPORT, La., Feb. 17.-(
At least ten persons were believe(
tave been killed and an undetermi
aumber injured by a tornado1
swept through Rodessa, small oil t
35 miles northwest of here shortly
fore 10 p.m. tonight.

Thirty-five hundred persons are Group Is Also Promoting
Tow enrolled in the courses offered by Oratory Competition
the University Extension Service.
Ninety-six faculty members teach The Hillel Foundation is sponsor-
102 courses in 28 cities. ing an oratory and an essay contest,
Extension classes average about 30 both of which are open to any stu-
in membership, although some of the dent on campus, Ronald Freedman,
group courses, in which the tuition isJ'38, director of student activities for
paid by a school system, a county, or 38, d to stunctdiyesfr
foundation, have as many as 300 the Foundation announced yesterday.
members. Preliminaries for the Nathan
Courses are at present offered in Mitzgert Oratory Competition will be
the following cities: Allegan, Ann held Sunday, March 6 at the Hillel
Arbor, Battle Creek, Bay City, Birm- Foundation. Contestants may speak
ingham, Cadillac, Crystal Falls, on any subject of Jewish interest.
Dearborn, Detroit, Dowagiac, Es- From these speakers ,three students
canaba, Flint, Fordson, Grand Rap- will be chosen to speak in a Detroit
semen of Apocaypse-conqu st, famine, ids, Grosse Ile, Houghton, Iron- contest March 21. The winner of this
nen near Teruel, scene of Spanish civil wood, Kalamazoo, Lansing, Mt. competition will be given a cash awrd
Clemens, Muskegon, Negaunee, Pe- and a trip to Chicago where he will
toskey, Pontiac, Saginaw, Sault Ste.! participate in an inter-Hillel con-
Marie and Toledo, Ohio. test April 10.
[e Coune Requests Contributions for the Milfroid
Stern essay contest must be submit-
ReadA D"aily Classified Ads ted before April 25.
Wagner Labor Act
fair labor practice for an employer to
- move from union to non-union terri-
CIO tory if it is shown he moved to avoid 231 SOUTH STATE - Phone 9242 - 8 Doors North of Kresgc's
ome dealing with a union. The law does
Sion. not say that specifically. - TED'S DAILY DOUBLE PRICES EFFECTIVE TODAY ---
ion, Charles R. Hook, chairman and By Popular Request
fer- John D. Biggers, vice-chairman, of 60c Value
o to the Council's Industrial Relations All 15c
Committee, took the Council's pro- N ESTLE BARS Marrows Oil Shampoo
may 'posals to the White House.
Donald Richberg, former NRA ad- 9C 34c
0Om- ministrator, accompanied them.
utes ------------Sunbeam Shl-avemasters-Buy on Our Budget Plan-Come in Today.
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list y rice Policy Today
cifi-
nec, (Continued from Page 1)
un-
of the Treasury; E. A. Goldenweiser
:nd Lauchlin Currie, Federal Reserve
Board economists; Isadore Lubin and
)- .. F. Hinrichs, labor department econ
d to omists; A. G. Black and Mordeca
ined Ezekiel, Agriculture department econ
that omists; G. C. Haas, E. M. Doggit and
own H. L. White, Treasury economists; and
be- Herbert E. Gaston, assistant to Mor
genthaun. '

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RIDAY, THE 25TH+ OF THIS MONTH at 4 pan. in
the afternoon the BUSINESS STAFF of THE MICHI-
GAN DAILY will hold its annual meeting in the PUBLI-

CATIONS

BUILDING,

at 420 MAYNARD

STREET,

for

those interested in trying out for its STAFF . . . The Business
Staff has within itself three subdivisions each offering a wide field

of practical

experience:

THE WOMEN'S, ADVERTISING

STAFF, THE WOMEN'S BUSINESS STAFF, and the MEN'S

ADVERTISING STAFF.

For the two former, Freshman and

Sophomore Women are qualified, for the latter, Freshman Men.
These jobs offer an unparalleled means not only of gaining
valuable business experience, but also of participating more fully
in the life of the University.

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