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April 26, 1938 - Image 2

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TWO THE MICHIGAN DAILY

)AX, APRIL, 26, 1,938

Spring Parley
Opens Session
OnSaturday
Richard Scamnon To Act
As Chairman Of 2-Day
Meeting On Education
(Continued from Page 1)
pointed out, however, that the sub-
jects have been outlined merely to
form a basis for discussion, but not
to limit the scope of the debate.
The sub-topics chosen by the edu4
cation panel are: the purposes of
education, the curriculum, criticism
of University methods, new theories
of education, vocational education
and organization of the University.
In the section on housing the discus-
sion will include: fraternities, dormi-
torfes, cooperatives, University ex-
pansion, health conditions and quan-
tity and prices of rooms.
The section on leisure time will
discuss, among other things, racial
and religious problems, sex educa-
tion, extra-curricular activities, stu-
dent faculty relations and social ac-
tivities. The security panel will take
up the problems of student labor,
Ann Arbor prices, book exchange, co-
operatives and faculty salaries.
In the section on the expression of
student opinion the discussion will
include: student publications, films,
campus protests, oratorical associa-
tion, freedom of expression in class-
room.
Senate May Seek
Funds From State
(Continued from Page 1)
is doing work in the field of public
housing, be invited to testify upon
the possibilities for Federal aid..
Several other resolutions will be
debated at the Senate meeting to-
uight including a motion by Phil
Westbrook calling for the introduc-
tion of a course in Marriage Hygiene
as part of the University curriculum.
Also on the agenda is a motion for
an investigation of local labor con-
ditions.
The committee also suggested that
a representative of the building trades
association be asked to give infor-
mation as to whether or not there is
an adequate labor supply to take care
of additional building; that a repre-
sentative of the Board of Regents and
the finance committees of the State
Legislature be present to discuss the
possibility of federal aid and that a
representative of the Alumni Asso-
ciation be invited to testify on the
possibility .of individual, donations for
dormitories.

France A gainst
German Treaty

Plan Summer
School Concerts

aladier
Must

Warns Industry
Be Speeded

Weekly
Will

Program, Plays
Be Presented

(Continued irom Page 1)

would be taken by Daladier and for-
eign Minister Georges Bonnet on
their visit to London when they de-
part Wednesday.
The outline of discussions was said'
to call for:
1. Reinforcement of Franco-Brit-
ish military cooperation providing for
joint purchase of certain war ma-
terials in event of war and further
economic collaboration.
2. An attempt to get a more ex-
plicit statement from Prime Minister
Neville Chamberlain concerning
British, support of Czechoslovakia's
independence.

A series of plays and weekly con-
certs will be given as part of the out-1
side program being ,sponsored this
summer by the Summer Session for
its members, it was annrunced yes-
terday.I
The plays will be held throughout
the eight weeks of the Session, of-
fered by the Repertory Players under
the auspices of the Department of
Speech and General Linguistics. Val-
entine B. Windt will be director. ,
Concerts will be given every Sun-I
day, Tuesday and Thursday. Sunday
programs will consist of vesper serv-
ices and carillon concerts,

Dr. McMath Shows
Solar Discoveries
A t Eastern Meeting
Mction pictures of three newly dis-
covx td phenoticna, on the surface of
thie sun were shown by Dr. Robert R.
McMath, director of the University's
Lake Angelus Clservatorv, at the an-
nutl meeting of the American Philo-
scpl ical Society last week is Phila-
delphia.
The film reveaed that or- 'pt 17
1937, a gigantie eruption of t sun
caued parts ci its atmosphere .large
enough to swallow several earths" to
be lifted to a height of 600,v-i1 miles
above its surface.
That height was a record at tho
time, Dr. McMath said, but has since
been bettered by an explosioti thi'at
reA"4hed 900,000 miles on M arci 20,
1938, and was recorded at the Mount
N-ilson Observatory.

Display Features
Modern Print Craft
"Tre ritish 50 Books of 1936"
selected by the First Edition Club of
London as the finest products of the
printing craft in Great Britain for
that year are now on display in the
maincorridor of the General Library.-
The collection is loaned by the
American Institute of Graphic Arts
and will remain on display for two
weeks, Ella M. .Hymans, curator of
rare books, explained. The books in
the exhibit are the ninth in an an-
nual series to encourage good print-
ing.

Engineers Set April 27
Cap And Gown Deadline
Senior engineers who wish to rent
caps and gowns must do so by Wed-
nesday, April 27, the cap and gown
committee announced yesterday.
A deposit of $4 will be required.
X2.50 of which will be refunded when
the cap and gown are returned.
Registration should include name,
cap and gown sizes. Gowns will be
given out in the order of registration
and only if class dues are fully paid.
Since there is a limited number of
caps and gowns, early registration
was urged.

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The 18Season
May 16 through June 18
PAULINE LORD - ALINE MacMAHON - JANE COWL
"The Ghost of Yankee Doodle" "Liliom"; "The Late Christopher
Bean;" "French Without Tears;" ."Rain from Heaven."

I

Working girl Betty Grable makes
up for film while husband Jackie
"The Kid" Coogan presses $4,000,-
000 suit against his mother and
stepfather.
Confusion Is Cause
Of Ills,_Says Adler
(Continued xrom Page 1)
foundation in both types of knowl-
edge students can stop confusing is-
sues in interpreting philosophy and
theology.
In a discussion of theology as
"queen of the sciences," Dr .Adler
showed how - theology, through the
principles of faith, is able to explain
matters which the other sciences are
unable to explain.. St. Thomas Aqui-
nas, he declared, could carry through
and interpret in the light of his
Christian faith ideas which Aristotle
had hinted at but did not attain, such
as the existence of God, angels and
the soul.
$270,000 Bond Issue
Goes To School Voters
(Continued frutn Page 1)
the two sides of the city, both of
whomclaimed they had prior claims
to additions to the school system.
Recommendations for more school
space were made by a special com-
mittee appointed by Prof. Erich A.
Walter of the. English department,
president of the board, resulted in the
decision for the special election.
The committee also recommended
that if a federal grant could be ob-
tained an addition to the Senior High
School building should be made.

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Classified Directory

NOTICES

TYPING: Experienced. Reasonable
rates. L. M. Heywood, 803 E. King-
sley St. Phone 8344. lox
TYPING, neatly and accurately done.
Mrs. Howard, 613 Hill St. Phone
5244. 3x
CLOTHING WANTED TO BUY: Any
old and new suits, overcoats, at $3,
$8, $25. Ladies fur coats, typewrit-
ers, old gold and musical. instru-
ments. Readv cash waiting for you.
Phone Sam. 6304.
FOR SALE
FOR SALE: London lounge in good
condition. Also two antique chairs.
Reasonable. April 13, 216 S. In-
galls. Phone 9778. 512"
WASHED BAND and Gravel. Drive-
way 'Gravel. Killins Gravel Co.v
Phone 7112. 7x
LAUNDRY
LAUNDRY. 2-1044. Sox darned.
Careful work at low prices.
LOST AND FOUND
LOST: Grey gabardine rain coat,
grey and white plaid lining. Lost
last week. Phone 2-3083. William
Hastie. Reward. 513
LOST: Iota Alpha key with name
Wen-Chi Chu. Please call 4056. Ask
for Chu. 509
WANTED

-'University Extension 485, stating
number ofaccommodations at 50c
per person per night. 510
FOR RENT.
FOR RENT: Unfurnished apart-
ment, four room, tile shower, new,
air-conditioned, garage. West Side.
Phone 2-1414. 508
FOR RENT: June 1st, four-room fur-
nished apartment. Frigidaire, laun-
dry. First floor. Phone 3403.5209
N. Ingalls. 511
I NToday and
OLD. Wednesday
1 Only!
CHICAGO"

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Tyrone Power
Alice Faye
Don Ameche

Cast of Thousands
with
Alice Brady
in the role that won.
the Academy Award

WANTED ROOMS: All persons hav-
ing rooms to rent for the nights of Matinees Nights
Thursday and Friday, May 5 and 6,
are requested to write at once to 25c 35c
Room 213, Haven Hal, or telephone

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