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THE MICHIGAN DAILY Tu

Newly-Appointed Daily Business Manager And The Editors

These students pictured above are the new heads of the Michigan
abert Mitchell, managing editor; Horace Gilmore, city editor; and

Daily., Reading from left to right they are Philip Buehen, business manager;
Albert, Mayio, editorial director.

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Spanish Club
Elects Officers
Alfred Hower, '39, Chosen
New President
With the election of officers La'
Sociedad Hispanica has completed a
most successful year, according to
Mr. Ermelindo A. Mercado of the;
romance languages department who
with Dr. Charles N. Staubach was re-
cently given permanent direction of
the club.
The newly elected officers are Al-
fred Hower, '39, president, Margaret,
Carr, '40, vice-president, Carmen Mc-
Kell, '40, secretary, and Felipe Silva,
'40, treasurer.
A lecture series will again be pre-
sented next year, but an effort will be
made to secure prominent speakers
from out of town, Mr. Mercado said.
Regular meetings will be held as us-
ual. The special musical entertain-
ments this year proved so' popular
that similar presentations are planned
next year. Movies have proven to
be popular, and a few of these will
be included.
As a special feature, La Sociedad
Hispanica plans to start a series of
annual plays to be presented in the
Lydia Mendelssohn theatre. In order
to make these activities possible, the
club, plans to institute a system of
patrons chosen from the faculty and
townspeople.
Varsity Glee Club Holds
Spring Banquet Today
The Annual Spring Banquet of the
Varsity Glee Club will be }eld at
6:15 p.m. today in the Union.
Dr. Earl V. Moore, director of the
School of Music, Prof. David Mat-
tern, director of the Glee Club, T.
Hawley Tapping, general secretary
of the"Alumni Association and Robert
O. Morgan, assistant secretary of the
Alumni Association will attend.

Insurgents Smash'
Government Lines
HENDAYE, France (At the Spanish
Frontier). May 16.-(M-Spanish In-
surgents smashed their way through
government lines east of Teruel today
despite heavy rains and flooded
ground.
Driving toward Mora De Rubielos,
Insurgent forces reached the out-
skirts of two villages, Valdelinares and
Alcala De La Selva, in the general
offensive against the coastal provinces
of Valencia and Castellon De La
Plana.
Insurgents attacked government
positions between the two villages
with tanks, airplaiies and heavy ar-
tillery.
Warplanes which flew despite mist
and intermittent downpours dropped
tons of expolsives in the ranks of
militiamen entrenched in the sector
on the slopes of the 6,624-foot Penar-
roya Peak.

W. L. Bader Sails To Germany
Tomorrow For Lecture Series

Walter L. Badger of Ann Arbor,I
former professor of chemical en-
gineering at the University and pres-l
ent manager of the Consulting Divi-
sion of the Dow Chemical Co., will
sail tomorrow for Germany for aa
series of lectures on chemical engi-
neering and training of chemical en-
gineers.
According to Mr. Badger, the Ger-
mans have always had chemists and
mechanical engineers but until re-
cently have scoffed at the concept
of a chemical engineer.,The achieve-
ment of the chemical engineer in the
United States, however, has de-
veloped their interest in the field,
he said.
Mr. Badger's lectures are financed
by a fund set aside by the Interessen
Gemeinschaft and the German En-
gineering Society to promote the for-
mation of schools of chemical en-
gineering-.
At present the Technical School at
Karlsruhe is the only school in Eu-
rope attempting to teach chemical;
engineering as it is taught in America,
Mr. Badger said.
Mr. Badger's schedule includes a
lecture May 27 at the I. G. plant at
Leverkusen; a talk at the general
Prof. Scott's Wife
Succuibs Here
Mrs. Elizabeth Buckerfield Scott.
wife of Prof. S. Morley Scott of the
history department, formerly of Har-
court, New Brunswick and Vancouver,
British Columbia, died yesterday
morning.
Professor and Mrs. Scott were mar-
ried in July, 1937 in Vancouver. They
returned to Ann Arbor shortly after
and took up residence at 1315 S. For-
est Ave.
Private funeral services will be held
at 2130 p.m. Wednesday at the resi-
dence of Prof. and Mrs. Arthur E. R.
Boak at 513 Onondaga St. with Rev.
Henry, Lewis officiating. The body
will then be taken to Vancouver for
further services and interment Sat-
urday. I
Mrs. Scott is survived by her hus-
band; two sisters and a brother in
Vancouver; a sister at Auckland, New
Zealand; a brother in London; and
another sister Miss Anna Buckerfield
and a sister-in-law, Mrs. Ernest Buck-
erfield of Vancouver, who were with
her at the time of her death. Her
parents are the late Mr. and Mrs.
E. B. Buckerfield, also of Vancouver.
Four Members O Faculty
Attend Cleveland Meeting
Four faculty members were inat-
tendance when the American Foun-
dry Association began Its annual
meeting today in Cleveland, O.
Those present were John Grennan,
W. A. Spindler, Eugene J. Ash and
Richard Schneidewind, all of the
College of Engineering. The conclave
ends Thursday.

meeting of the Association of Refri-
geration Engineers being held from
May 30 to June 2; June. 30 4a discus-
sion at the I. G. plant in Ludwig-
shafen; starting June 6 a series of
lectures at the Technical School at
Karlsruhe; June 13 a lecture at the
Technical School at Munich; one the
following day at the I G. plants in
Merseburg; June 15 at the I. G. plant
in Bitterfeld; on June 17 a lecture on
the German Engineering Society at
Berlin; and finally on June 20 a lec-

ture at the Technical
Brunswick.

School of

TCoope1atives'
Review Topic
SRA Book Group To Hear
Warbasse's Daughter
"Cooperative Democracy" by James
P. Warbasse, president of the Co-
operative League of the United States,
will be reviewed by the author's
daughter, Mrs. Charles Spooner, at a
meeting of the Book Group of the
Student Religious Association at 4:15
p.m .today at Lane Hall.
The book describes a successful
business philosophy, the cooperative
movement, its principles, methods and
its accomplishments here and in oth-
er countries. The relation-of cooper-
atives to the state, to agriculture, la-
bor and business are treated and the
future of this type of organization is
predicted.
Dr. Warbasse, who left his surgical
practice to work with cooperatives, is
a leader in this field and is the author
of several books.
Mrs. Spooner has been active in the
formation of the new medical co-
operative here and served on many
committees of the Ann Arbor Co-
operative Society.
New Publicity Era Starts
For N.Y. Stock Exchange

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Detroit Judge Bars
'Chid Blirth' Movie
DETROIT, May 16.-(-)--Circuit
Judge Robert M. Toms upheld today
the Detroit Police Department cen-
sor's refusal to issue a permit for the
showing of the motion picture "Child
Bath." After viewing part of the film
at a private showing during the noon
recess, Judge Toms denied an appli-
cation by the Jewell Production Corp.
for a writ of Mandamus to compel
police to issue the permit.
Constitutionality of the Michigan
statute referring to obscene literature
was challenged today, causing a new
delay'in a hearing on a petition for
an injunction restraining authorities
from interfering with the sale of
Ernest Hemingway's novel "To Have
And Have Not."
Circuit Judge James E. Chenot
adjourned the hearing to give Prose-
cutor Duncan C. McCrea time to pre-
pare an answer to the new issue.
Senate Votes To Set Up
Aviation Regulatory Body
WASHINGTON, May 16.- ()-The
Senate voted today to set up a new
independent federal agency-the Civil
Aeronautics Authority-to regulate
civil and transport aviation.
The bill now goes to the House
where a similar measure, introduced
by Representative Lea (Dem., Calif.),
is awaiting action.
Senator McCarron (Dem', Nev.),
author of the measure, said the pre-
pared agency would take all aviation
control "from four political depart-
ments."

COLLEGE
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HISTORY OF ENGLAND.............-
HISTORY OF EDUCATION..........., .:8
PRIN. OF ECONOMICS...........,75
COLLEGE PHYSICS . .....5
EDUCATIONAL PSYCH.......75
GENERAL BIOLOGY. ......75
MIDDLE AGES 300-1500..........75
WORLD SINCE 1914................... .75
GENERAL FORESTRY.... . 75
GENERAL PSYCHOLOGY........75
*SHAKESPEARES PLAYS..........1.00
NATURAL RESOURCES.... ..... .5
POLITICAL SCIENCE..... .......75
UNITED STATES TO 1865 .............75
UNITED STATES SINCE 1865........75
ENGLISH LUT.-TO DRYDEN........75I
*ENG. LIT.-SINCE MILTON...............00
*PRIN. OF GEOLOGY............1.00
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NEW YORK, May 16.-(/)-Blind-
ing lights, newsreel cameras, photog-
raphrs' flashlights, milling reporters
in the austere, paneled governors'
board room of the New York Stock
Exchange, today symbolized the be-
ginning of a new era of "full stock
exchange publicity" promised by Wil-
liam M. C. Martin, 31, new ranking
executive.

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EVERY NIGHT THIS WEEK at 8:30
1938 DRAMATIC SEASON
presents
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in
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by Sidney Howard
Matines: Wed. and Sat. at 3:15
Prices: Eve--$1.50 - $1.10 - $75 - $.50
LAST WEEK OF SEASON TICKET SALE
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