THE MICHIGAN DAILY
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A Fascist Smile
A joint ems.pedition to excavate the
site of the ancient city of Van,1
flourishing trade center of Asia Min-
or 25 centuries ago, will be under-
taken this surnmmer by Brown Univer-
sity and the University of Pennsyl-
Answer Literary College
With 24 Perfect Records
For the edification of those stu-
vania archeologists. dents of the literary college who re-
Among the leaders of the expedi- ceived grades of all A last semester
tion will be Prof. Kirsopp Lake, re- and whose names were published in
tired professor of church history at I
Harvard. Professor Lake was a visit-
ing lecturer on the history of Reli- College yesterday issued a report of
gion here in 1926 and holds a Doctor the engineers who also received all,
of Literature degree from the Univer- A's. The list follows:
sity. Donnan E. Basler, '38, Jackson;
Curtis D. Bassett, '39, Port Huron;
Claude 0. Broders, '40, Detroit;
Count Dino Grandi, Italian am-
bassador to London, grinned as he
left No. 10 Downing Street in Lon-
don after conferring with Prime
Minister Chanberlain. Later in the
day Anthony Eden told the House
of Commons he resigned as foreign
secretary rather than deal with
Italy in the face of Mussolini's
"rife, hostile propaganda" against
Win. Spaller Initiated
Into Honorary Society
Druids, senior honorary society,
held formal initiation ceremonies last
night for William Spaller, associate
editor of the Daily, at the regular
Following the initiation Roy E.'
Frazier was elected treasurer of the
society and John W. Cummiskey, so-
Read The Daily C(lassifieds
DAILY OFFICIAL BULLETIN
Publicatinn in the Bulletin Is constructive notice to all members of the
University . Copy received at the offce of the Assistant to the President
until 3.30; 11:00 am. on Saturday.
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tween China and the West" by Dr.
Robert McDowell. Sponsored by the
Research Seminary in Islamic Art.1
,Monday, Feb. 28, 4:15 p.m., in Roora
D, Alumni Memorial Hall. Admission
David G. Cushing, '40, Woodburg, N.
J.; David C. Eisendrath, '38, Winnet-,
ka, Ill.; Lee E. Elfes, '41, Detroit;
Frank J. Feely, Jr., '40, Westfield, N.
Y.; Alexander A. Goloff, '38, Mexico;
James R. Gros; '39, Grand Rapids;l
Robert L. Grustafson, '41, Iron Mouin-
tain; George H. Hanson, '39, Alpena;'
Robert Haw, '38, Flint.
Julius A. Jaeger, '38, Detroit;
James M. Lafferty, '39, Kalamazoo;
Harry D. Marshall, '38, Grand Rap-
ids; John Oliver, '38, Ann Arbor;1
Donald S. Peck, '39, Grand Rapids;
Thurman, O. Ruettinger, '39, Flat1
Rock; Bernard Shacter, '40, Roches-1
ter, N.Y.; Varino J. Vehko, '40, De-
troit; Donald J. Vink,. '39, Spring1
Lake; John A. Weller, '40, Holland,
Mich.; James C. Willis, '40, Washing-!
ton, D.C.; and Robert W. Wolfe, '39,I
hold its first regular meeting of the
semester Friday, Feb. 25, at 4:15
p.m., in 3201 A.H. Mr. Charles L.'
Dolph will give a short talk on "At-t
tempts to Prove the Impossible." Re-
freshments will follow.
Junior Girls Play: The properties
committee will meet at 4 p.m. to-
Baptist Guild: Let's have a big turn- 1
out to the first open house of the
second semester. It will be held at 8
p.m. Friday night in the Roger Wil-
liams Guild house. Plans for the an-!
nual banquet of the group will be
All Graduate Students are invited
to meet with the members of the
Graduate Outing Club on Sunday,
Feb. 27. The group will meet at Lane
Hall at 2:30 and will go to the Coli-
seum for skating. Those who do not
wish to skate will go for a hike. The
entire group will return to Lane Hall
Mann In Third~
Near Capaeity Crowd Sees
Champ Drop Opponent
Three Times In Bout
MADISON SQUARE GARDEN.
NEW YORK, Feb. 23.-(P)-Joe
Louis defended the world heavyweight
"hampionship tonight by knocking
ut Nathan Mann, New Haven, Conn.,
in the third round of a 15-round
match before a near-capacity crowd.
The bell saved Mann in the second
round and he was knocked down three
times in the third, being counted
out after less than eight minutes of
Louis, scaling 200 to Mann's 193,
was a heavy favorite in the betting, at
1 to 4, but Mann had considerable
Louis came out fast and shot a left
hook to the head. Joe stalked his
rival and landed heavily with both
fists. Mann dropped for a count of
two as he took heavy punishment.
The challenger jumped back into the
fray, fighting furiously against heavy
odds. Louis floored Mann for a count
of three with a smashing hard right.
Mann, bleeding and groggy, got up to
take another terrific blast of punches.
Louis poured leather to the challen-
ger's head and dropped him for the
final count of ten. The end came
after one minute, 56 seconds of the
CGIEF GOES TO UTAH
Police Chief Lewis W. Fohey was
enroute Wednesday to Sait Lake City,
Utah, to take custody of Richard
Burman, 30, charged with defrauding
investors in a gas syndicate in Ann
Arbor, Adrian and Hudson.
TO TALK ON PAROLE
Gerald F. Bush, member of the
3tate Parole Commission, will speak
on "Penology and Paroles in Raelation
to Education" at the February meet-
ing of the Graduate Education Club
at 4:15 p.m., tomorrow in the library.
of University Elementary School. All
campus graduate students are invited
as special guests to hear Mr. Bush.
TAPPING TO SPEAK
T. Hawley Tapping, general secrm-
tary of the Alumni Association, who
returned from a circuit of the Univer-
sity of Michigan Clubs of Nebraska
and Iowa yesterday, and Prof. W. A.
Frayer of Cranbrook, former member
of the University faculty, Will address
the University of Michigan Club of
Pontiac at 8 p.m.
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don't amiss Him
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Social Committee: There will be a
Events Today compulsory Social Coimittee meet-j
University Broadcast: 3-3:30 p.m. ing Thursday, Feb. 24, at 4:15 in the
Amateur Theatre Series. League. All absences must be ex-1
Demonstration by the class in cused by Betty Gatward .
Choral Reading. Louis M. Eich, As- - -
sociate Prof. of Speech. Junior Girls Play: The following
____ committees will meet today:
Geological Journal Club: Tonight;30inaneCommittee.
at 7:15 o'clock in 3065 N.S. 4:00 Program Committee.
Talk on "Pleistocene Glaciation in 4:00 Ticket Committee.
Western Montana and Idaho" by Og- 4:30 Ushers Committee.
den L. Tweto. Review of "Applica- 5:00 Makeup Committee.
tion of Model Theory to Geology" by 5:00 Publicity Committee.
M. King Hubbard, reviewed by Dr. 5:00 Costume Committee.
'T. S. Lovering.The Ann Arbor Independent Girls:j
Institute of the Aeronautical Sci- There will be a short meeting and'
Tickets On Sale
347 Maynard Cor. William
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dd s The Michi gan Daily Classified Ads.
at 5:30 for supper, the cost of which
ences: There will be a meeting of the
Student Brancha of the Institute of
the Aeronautical Sciences at 7:30
p.m. this evening, in Room 348 West
Engineering Building. Motion pic-
tures of the model tests of the Si-
korsky XPBS-I 'Flying Dreadnaught"
will be shown. Professor Thompson
will give an account of the Institute
meeting in New York. Refreshments
will be served.
Prof. Conrad H. Moehlnman, Ph.D.
of the Colgate-Rochester Seminary
will speak at a luncheon today at
:12:15 p.m., Michigan Union. Any
faculty person interested in attend-
ing may make a reservation by call-
ing Univ. 303.
Student Religious Associatibn:
j There will be no Fireside Session this
week. Next Thursday evening, the
meeting will be held as usual.
Varsity Glee Club: The men listed
below have been selected to go to
Jackson. White shirts and dark suits
are to be worn. The busses will leave
from in front of the Union at 4 p.m.
E. Vandenberg Cox
tea rehearsal Thursday at 5:00 at the I will not exceed 25 cents.
To all professional students in
Congress: There will be a meeting public health: The Staff of the Divi-
of the Administration Committee to- sion of Hygiene and Public Health
night at 7 p.m. in Room 306 of the will give an informal reception to all
Union. students in public health, at the
Women's Athletic Building, Friday
Coming Events evening, Feb. 25, at 8:30 p.m. The
students are all cordially invited to
Junior Mathematical Club: Witl: attend.
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IF YOU FOLLOW THESE 8 SIMPLE RULES:
The warm glow of light shining through the window ex-
tends a welcome that is symbolic of home. The magic of
light transforms old familiar surroundings and lends new
beauty to rugs and furnishings and draperies. To achieve
best results and use light most effectively, here are eight
simple rules to remember:
0 Be sure of decorative fithess of your lamps and fixtures.
There is STYLE in lighting just as in dress. Choose your
table and floor lamps to harmonize with your furniture.
Q Eliminate harsh contrasts (brilliant light and dark shad-
ows). Do not have bright pools of light in a dark room.
Supplement local lighting with general room-wide light.
Q Have enough light for each seeing task. There are
definite recommendations as to the amount of light
needed for reading fine print, sewing, mending, working
in the kitchen, etc.
Q Avoid bare lamp bulbs .. . they cause glare. Raw
lighting is poor lighting-evenif there is plenty of it.
Shaded lamps are always preferable.
Use the right size lamp in the right fixture. Too large
or too small a lamp may cause eye discomfort and fatigue.
In your floor or table lamps, choose the type of lamp
with a reflector bowl; and-wherever possible-shades
with a white lining to provide more light. The bowl helps
to diffuse the light and assures a soft, pleasant quality
o Wipe lamp bulbs frequently with a dry cloth-also
the reflector bowl of your floor and table lamps.
If in doubt about any phase of your home lighting,
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