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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

Seek To Free Prisoner

Michiganensian Goes To Press Celebran.ts, Scholar
MUM. MUM.It Night Raid .
ShowingMany Varied Features
t__ _(Continued from Page 1)
The forty-second Michiganensian curricular activities on campus. The .
wen; to press yesterday, with manyw sid mwhich a previous inmate had left in
novation ddepartue roma women's division will deal primarily the room. Facing Payne, he changed
issues, according to John McFate, '38, with activties centering around the his plea to guilty. The fine was $9.25.
editor, and Betty Gatward, '38, worn- League. $1.95 of this was for the breakfast
en's editor. The fourth division, College Life, and jail accommodations, according
to the. student. He borrowed the
Color on every page will appear will comprise candid shots of stu- i the in e nost
money, paid the fine and casts, and
for the first time in this year's dents, faculty members and campus was released upon Payne's order.
'Ensian, which will go on sale May spots. Fraternity and sorority groups Going to see attorney Louis Burke
15, McFate said. On the division
pages, three colors: red, green and make up the next division, and sports the student was told it was too late
activities the last. t do anvthing althougih he could

PHI KAPPA PHI BIDS AUDITING FOR MARKET FIRMS
Invitations to membership in Phi NRW YORK, April 7.-(P)-The
Kappa, Phi, national honor society, N w York Herald .Trihune says spot
will be mailed before Spring Vaca-- accountings al independent audit-
tion, Prof. R. S. Swinton, of the en- in" of New York Stock Exchange
gineering mechanics department and member firms will be proposed to the
governors of the exchange by a spe-
secretary, announced yesterday'. cial cominittee authorized to study
He urged those invited to send in insurance and bonding of menber
replies as soon as possible. firms.
DOWNTOWN HEADQUARTERS For
ARROW SHIRTS TIES - UNDERWEAR

Beginning with the Spanish war,
Professor Slosson pointed out that the
Loyalists have lost one-half of their
territory and now hold but one-third
of the land.
New German Frontiners
As to Germanys' annexation of
Austria, he said that the most im-
portant development was the fact Senator Burke of Nebraska is
that Hitler obtained new frontiers trying to obtain the release of a
former American, the husband of
which wil lhave future significance. Mrs. Elva Dempster Troyer (above),
The 'Yugo- Slavs now face the neces- 65, of Lincoln, Neb., from a Russian
sity of making a decision of whether 65, of ind de ., him t Ameria
or not they will become a satellite in prison and deport him to America
Germany's new sphere or whether fr repatiation.(ht Cprgt
Geranys nw sher orwheher1938, Omaha World' Herald-From
they will resist and stick with theA
little entente comprised of Rumania, Associated Press).
Czechoslovakia and possibly France. ~~~~~~~f~
Likewise, Hitler's branching o u t
makes a decision on the part of Hun- Contraet Award
gary necessary.-
It will be difficult for the Czechs to Set For Tuesday
give up the Germans living within
their country, because this would
mean giving up their mountain sec- UniOn Addition Financed
tions whei e the Germans live and
would mean that the Czechs would
be reduced to a small, defenseless
plateau in the center, he said. The contract for completing the in-
Anti-Hitler Minority terior of the Union addition on Mad-
There is a small group in England ison St. will be given Tuesday, it was
today which would like to step in announced yesterday.
and stop Hitler, Professor Slosson A bond issue of $550,000 to complete
pointed out. T Ahis minoritywould like this work and refinance work already
to tell Hitler that Austria may be done on the addition was approved
allowed to be his last conquest, but by the Board of Regents Feb. 11, and
not his first. However, Prime Min- final arrangements for the issuance
ister Neville Chamberlain does not of bonds was made March 22 when
feel that England would be willing to it was found they would be free from!
fight for the Czechs unless there the federal income tax.I
should be some complications and The shell was finished last fall, but
France should be drawn in. insufficient funds prevented the corn-
The recent Polish-Lithuanian crisis pletion of the interior.
was also taken up by Professor Slos- The new addition will provide for
son. Here he showed how Poland 90 more sleeping rooms for guests and
forced little Lithuania to capitulate. a section of the ground floor will be
In conclusion, Professor Slosson devoted to a club room for foreign
took up the Reorganization Bill, say- students. Quarters for the Univer-
ing that he thought the recent criti- sity Club, now located in the base-
aism was helpful in showing some ment of Alumni Memorial Hall, will
flaws in the bill. Yet, he said, two also be installed there. Two more
things must be remembered: first, rooms to accommodate visiting ath-
that the bill is necessary; and second, letic teams will also be placed in the
that it has been sought for 40 years.( new wing.

oacK wit e use, , enueu y tre air
brush process used in Esquire.
"Women's activities this year will
get a big play," Miss Gatward said.
"Individual pictures of sorority wom-
en instead of composites, action pic-
tures of women's athletics and de-
tailed coverage of League activities
make this year's 'Ensian of more in-
terest to women than ever before,"
she said.
The cover of the book will be of
embossed leather padded with fibrous
material. Five different covers will
be on display on campus following
Spring Vacation and students will
have an opportunity to choose the
color they desire from the selection.
Pictures of fraternity groups will be
larger this year McFate said, and
sports coverage will be more complete,
featuring group pictures of all Var-
sity teams and action shots of bas-
ketball being used for the first time.
Six divisions are included in the 490
pages of the annual, dealing with the
major functions of University life. The
first, entitled University, will picture
the administrative functions of the
University, the senior classes of all
schools and colleges including two
schools never before shown, nursing
and the graduate school, The activ-
ities division will feature all extra-

NAMES MEDICAL COMMITTEE'
LANSING, April 7.-UP-A com-
mittee of medical and social work fig-
ires was named by Governor Murphy1
today to investigate medical needs I
among welfare, old age assistance
and WPA recipients. Murphy said
the Michigan State Medical Society,
is studying the problem. also and the11
state wished to offer its help. {

have been protected if he sought ad-
vice earlier.
Two of the three are attempting
to break rooming contracts with
Brown. The accounting student is not.
Lightning doesn't strike in the same
place twice, he says, and in the future
he believes Brown will allow him to
study without arresting him for it.
And he considers himself pretty lucky
to have a landlord who takes so much
interest in him.

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Classified Directory

FRIDAY, APRIL 8, 1938
VOL. XLVIIl. No. 138
The Automobile Regulation will be
lifted for the spring vacation period
beginning at 12 noon on Friday,
I April 8 until 8 a.m. on Monday, April
18. Cars must not be brought to
Ann Arbor before noon on Friday,
April 8 and must be taken out before
8 a.m. on Monday, April 18.
Office of the Dean of Students.
Sorority House Presidents or Chap-
erons: If any sorority houses are to
be open during spring vacation, please"
notify the office of the Dean of Wom-
en at once,
Women Students remaining in Ann
Arbor during Spring Vacation: We
have in the office of the Dean of
Women a list of houses which will be
open during spring vacation for girls
who are staying in Ann Arbor.
Dormitory Residents: The closing
hour on Friday night, April 8 is 8 p.m.
Students, College of Engineering:
The final day for removal of incom-
pletes will be Saturday, April 9.
A. It. Lovell, Secretary
To the Members of the University
Council: There will be a meeting of
the University Council on Monday,
April 18 at 4:15 p.m., Room 1009 A.H.
Louis A. Hopkins, Secretary.
Library Hours, April 9-16. During
the spring recess the General Library
will be open as usual from 7:45 a.m.
to 10 p.m. daily, with the following
exceptions: the two study halls in the
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STARTING
SATURDAY!
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with radio's Baby Snooks in 1938's
merriest swinetime musical'
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NEW STYLES FIRST AT WILD S
SEE OUR NEW ARROW SHIRTS
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rates. L. M. Heywood, 803 E. King- rates, work guaranteed. 320 E. Lib-
sley St. Phone 8344. lox erty. Call evenings. 2-2020. 8x

MEN and women are offered the
highest cash prices for their dis-
carded clothing. See Claude Brown,
512 S. Main. Phone 2-2736. 388
FOR SALE
WASHED SAND and Gravel. Drive-j
way Gravel. Killins Gravel Co.
Phone 7112. 7x
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Go a Long, Long Wayl

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Merry have we met,
Merry have we been,
Merry do we part,

To merrily

return again.

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making our money go as far as possible. The
problem is common to merchants, house-
wives and students. However, the Michigan
Daily has the solution to the problem of the
merchant. It is in his advertising. The busi-
ness man of Ain Arbor wants to attract cus-
tomers to his store, but his funds do iot
allow him to use all the means at his com-
n and.

The most economical way for the busi-
ness man or woman of Ann Arbor to adver-
tise his product is through the Michigan
Daily. Imagine reaching 10,000 potential
buyers in this community by advertising in
the Daily at rates surprising low. No one
can deny that it is making your money go
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