THE Mi IIGAN DAILY
SATURDAY, APRIL 2, 1938
Is At Standstill
Over Inj unction
I T U Charges Collusion
And Employes Group
(Continued from Page i)
junction restraining the NLRB from
proceeding with its scheduled hear-
ing on charges against the Press, re-
strains the ITU defendants, under
penalty of $5,000 from :
Picketing or carrying banners with-'
in 2,000 feet of the Press plant.
Hurling at or addressing to any of
the present employes "any insulting
epithets or names."
Coercing present employes of the
Press into joining the ITU.
Jacob F. Fahrner, local attorney,I
was the lawyer for the plaintiff.
Meanwhile, the Detroit office of. the
NLRB continued to prepare its peti-
tion to the'federal district court locat-
ed in Detroit asking that the injunc-
tion forbidding a hearing here be set
Four University Regents, all who
could be reached last night, declined
to comment on the action they will
take on University printing contracts
with the Ann Arbor Press.
Referring to his charge of collusion
between the company and the Asso-
ciation, Louis Falstreaux, strike
3,000 Insurgent Fighters
DAILY OFFICIAL BULLETIN
Plibcati-l illn the h??ti21 con:1 rtCf ive 'i to n: !in ':Ybrs of the
University. Copy received at the office of the Assistant to the President
until 3.30;711.00 a.m. on Saturday.
Are Held In France SATURDAY, APRIL 2, 1938 There will be available in the De-
VOL. XLVIII. No. 133 partment of Aeronautical Engineering
two Frank P. Sheehan Scholarships
HENDAYE, France (At the Span- Apparatus Exchange; The Regents and probably three assistantships
ish Frontier), April 1.-P)-Spanish qt their meeting in Marcn, 1927, au- for the year 1938-39. These scholar-
Insurgent authorities at Irun said thorized an arrangement for the sale "hips and assistanships are in gen-
tonight they had received an officials
dispatch from the front saying Le- of scientfic apratus y one de- oral restricted to upper class men
rida, key city in the drive to Barce- partment to another, the proceeds of and graduate students and the selec-
lona, had been abandoned by its the sale to be credited to the budget tion is made very largely on the basis
Government defenders and was in account of the department from of scholastic standing.
flames. .which the apparatus is transferred. Applications for these positions will
At the same time the Insurgents Departments having apparatus be received up to April 8, 1938. Stu-
announced the capture of Valder- which is not in active use are advised dents wishing to make application
robres, vital center of communica- to send description thereof to the shou address themt essor
tions, on the border of Tarragona University Chemistry Store, of which A. Stalker. -47 East Engineering
province, 30 miles from the Mediter- Prof. R. J. Carney is director. The Building, and should give a brief
ranean, Chemistry store headquarters are in statement of their qualifications and
ranean.experience in regard to both their
They also reported important gains Room 223 Chemistry Building. An scholastic work and any outside ex-
a few miles to the north of Valder- effort will be made to sell the ap- sh ic that tnd ay have x-
robres where their troops were said to paratus to other departments which perience that they may have had. A
have advanced within four miles of are likely to be able to use it. In , ent also e mde ging
Gandesa, which is only 21 miles from some instances the apparatus may be their plans for further study in Aero-
the sea. sent to the University Chemistry nautical Engineering.
The dispatch from Lerida gave no store on consignment and if it is not Applications may be made for both
details of the reported withdrawal sold within a reasonable time, it will the scholarships and the assistant-
of government forces, merely stat- be returned to the department from ships.
ing the last of the troops left the which it was received. The object - -
blazing city at nightfall. of this arrangement is to promote Scclarship: The Detroit Alumni
To the north, invading columns economy by reducing the amount of of the Harvard Graduate School of
converged on Benabarre, 34 miles unused apparatus. It is hoped that Business Administration are offering
north of Lerida . This. movement departments having such- apparatus a three hundred dollar scholarship
northeo eras fwill realize the advantage to them- for the Harvard School of Business
flight toward the French Frontier. selves and to the University in avail- Administration for the year 1938-39.
ing themselves of this opportunity. Students interested should communi-
BAGNERES DE LUCHON, France, cate with David H. James, President'
April 1.-(P)-French officials to- Warning to Pedestrians: The avoid- of Harvard Business School Club,
night ordered 3,000 Spanish Govern- ance by narrow margins of several care of 'Tuttle Spring Works, 300 Mt.
Smilitim f h d i serious accidents to persons using Elliott Ave., Detroit.
for certain books during the vs ca- Junior Associate Warden, $3,200 a1
tion, will be given per±mission to draw year; U.S. Bureau of Prisons, Depart-
these books, provided they are not in ment of Justice.
general demand, on application at the . Attendant Nurse C, $40 per month
Charging Desk after April 4th. and maintenance; Michigan Civil
Wm. W. Bishop, Service Examination.
Librarian. For further information, please
call at the office, 201 Mason Hall.
Bureau of Appointments and Occu- -____
rational Information. The Bureau of Sophomore Engineers: Orders will
Appointments has received notice of
the following Civil Service Examina- be taken for class jackets starting
tions: Monday, April 4, at Wagner and
Scientific Aids Birds), $1,800 a Co. s clothing store on State Street.
year; United States National Mu- The cost will be $1.50 which must
scum, Smithsonian Institution, be deposited upon placing the order.
Scientific Aid (Parasitology). $1,800 Academic Notices
a year; Bureau of Animal Industry.
Department of Agriculture. Engli.h 202 will not meet on Sat-
2:00 - 4:00 - 7:00 - 9:00 P.M.
Exhibition, College of Architecture:
Examples of engraving, typography,
printing in black-and-white and'
color, details in the manufactising
of a book, and- details in the design
and make-up of a magazine. Shown
thro'ugh the courtesy of The Lakeside
Press, R. R. Donnelley & Sons Com-
pany, Chicago. Ground floor cases,
Architectural Building. Open daily
9 to 5, through April 7. The public
is cordially invited.
Exhibition, Alumni Memorial Hall:
(Continued on Page 4)
urday, April 2.
A. H. Marckwardt.
Matinees 25c -
BIG SHOW FOR YOU
I So You WILL Get Gayl
tn irman, said yesterday, "When a ! ment m amlal ien r'Mugeesn e II n
company union is organized at the France until it could be decided where
request of the management and such to send them.
management so apparently controls Three special trains-which were
such company union, it is only natur- to have carried the troops toward the
al that these 'stooges of the manage- eastern Spanish coast after their,
ment' will continue to dominate such flight to France-stood empty at the
employes as are too weak to do other station after instructions came from1
than the bidding of the management. Paris countermanding original or-
"The injunction restraining Harry ders to move the men back.
eRifin and Louis Falstreaux from us- The militiamen, who had fled from
ing intimidation and coercion to in- Spain to escape the conquering sweep
fluence imported strikebreakers from of Insurgent armies, were to have
seeking membership in the typo- been taken to Cerbere, on France's
graphical union is not only unneces- coastal frontier, to return to Span-
sary but laughable. ish Government ranks.
"During the past month 14 of such
imported strikebreakers after from,
driveways as sidewalks prompts this -- --
issue of an urgent warning to students, To Students Having Libr.a-y Books:
and others not to walk in the drive- 1. Students having in their posses-
ways or in parking places. It is at all sion books drawn from the University
times especially dangerous to cross Library are notified that such books
the parking space on foot and this are due Monday, April 4th, before the
should not be done except by those forI impending Spring Vacation, in pur-j
whom it is necessary to reach their suance of the Regents' regulation:
own cars. On several occasions pe- "Students who leave Ann Arbor for
destrians have escaped by the nar- an absence of more than a week must
rowest chance being hit by drivers first return all borrowed books.".
backing out from a parking stall. A 2. Failure to return books before
moment or two saved by walking the vacation will render the student,
"cross-lots" is comparatively of small liable to an extra fine.
importance. 3. Students who have special need
It is repeated that all persons are for certain books between April 4
urged and warned not to walk unnec- and the beginning of the vacation
sarily in parking spaces or driveways. may retain such books by applying at
-EXRA ADDED -
TERRYTOON THRILLING FUN!
PURSUED hER" "MOTOR MANIACS"
NEWS OF THE
one to five weeks service at the AnnI
Arbor Press, came asking to be ad-
mitted, many of them saying that1
after their experience under condi-
tions prevailing at the Ann ArborI
they were entirely 'cured' and theyl
would never again seek employmentj
at such a plant."'
To Lead Panel
Subject Of Symposium
Gov. Frank Murphy will head a
symposium on "State Welfare De-
partment-1938 Model" at 12:30 p.m.
Saturday, April 2, at the Fort Shelby
Hotel in Detroit.
Prof. Grace Abbott of the Univer-
sity of Chicago, former chief of the
U. S. Children's Bureau and Fred R.
Johnson, state superintendent of the
Michigan's Children's Aid Society,
will be the other two featured speak-
The symposium on the administra-
tion of public welfare and the values
of welfare organization laws is be-
ing held under the auspices of a num-
ber of Michigan and Detroit organi-
zations, including the Institute of
Public and Social Administration of
1 an ton ee)eeFreshmen in the College of Litera-
ture, Science and the Arts who have
As Solution o have not received their five-week
progress reports may obtain them in
Room 107, Mason Hall, from 8 to
Czech rouble 11:30 a.m. and 2 to 4:30 p.m. ac-
cording to the following schedule:
(f PSurnames beginning A through F,
(Continued from Parse1) Thursday, March 31.
the Prague government which was Surnames beginning G through Q,
the dFriday, April 1.
thus enabled to vitalize its defense byI" Surnames beginning R through Z,
concentration on the Germany border Surday, Aprig
Salone."rd pril 2.
Germany, then, is restrained from All June Graduates in the College of
gobbling up Czechoslovakia only by Literature. Science, and the Arts, Col
fear of international implications, he Ler of Architete, Schools of Edu-
Icontinued and not by Czechoslovakia cation Forestry, and Music should
itself which classifies only as a tem- fill in grade request cards at Room 4
Having cantonized the Czechs, Dr. U.H., between April 4 and April 8.
Hlavaty said, Berlin will bide its time Those failing to file these cards will
until it can safely chop off the Suden- assume all responsibility for late
ten canton and add three and a half grades which may prohibit gradua-
million Germans to the Reich stan- tion.
dards, leaving the remainder of Aeronautical Engineering Students:
Czechoslovakia as an independent AeronauticlEgineergStudents
and neutral confederation.
Dr. Hlavaty was apprehensive of TO ADDRESS PROGRESSIVES
Czechoslovakia's economic welfare Celeste Strack, a member of the
under the Austro-German Anshcluss, executive board of the American Stu-
pointing out that the Third Reich dent Union, who was scheduled to.
may easily push Prague to the wall speak here last week, will talk on stu-
by erecting high trade barriers along dent peace action at a meeting of the
the Austrian frontier cutting short Progressive Club, Monday at the
the passage of goods across Austria to Union. Miss Strack was a member of
Triest. German heavy industry, in Phi Beta Kappa while she attended
addition, he said, will probably re- the University of Southern California
place Czechoslovakia in supplying the and was women's intercollegiate de-
Austrian market. bating champion.
the Charging Desk on April 4th.
4. Students who have urgent need
FOR SALE: Adapted for a gentle-
man's country place, 300 acres.
Some rolling, some level, some
woodland, lake outlet stream of
water. Two large barns and com-
modious ,complete set of other
farm buildings. Electricity and im-
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with unusual interior refinements.
Fine landscaping possibilities.
Priced to make a safe investment
showing good income now. Valid
reason for selling. Call 417 Wash-
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FOR SALE: 1929 Packard sedan.
Good rubber, good condition
throughout. Priced for quick sale.
Phone 2-2200 between 5 and 7.
WASHED SAND and Gravel. Drive-
way Gravel. Killins Gravel Co.
Phone 7112. 7x
LAUNDRY. 2-1044. Sox darned.
Careful work at low prices.
TYPING: Experienced. Reasonable
rates. L. M. Heywood, 803 E. King-
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LOST AND FOUND
LOST: Connellsville High Graduation
pin. Call John Reagan 3944. Re-
LOST: At Frosh Frolic. Gold link
purse. Compact valuable to loser.
Please contact 445 Mosher. 2-4561.
LOST: Log Log duplex slide rule
Tuesday. Finder please call 9622-
Bill. Reward. 486
LOST: Gold locket between Mosher
and University Hall. Tuesday,
March 22. Call Stout, 2-3561. Re-
LOST: 'Chi Omega pin with Rho
Gamma guard with name June
Ransom. Reward. Call Gulde. 7217.
WANTED: Passengers to Louisiana
for spring vacation. Call Dr. Bour-
land 3259 at noon. Will share ex-
WANTED: Candid camera. Prefer-
ably half vest-pocket size. Will pay
cash. Call Robert Worms. 7236 at 6
DPIVING to St. Louis on April 8. Re-
turning April 14. Can take two pas-
- TODAY and SUNDAY
America's beloved hu-
morist as the small-town
political firebrand of
George Ade's uproari-
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