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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

TUESDAY, NOV. 2, 1937

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Junk Is Rather Important At Present To Armament Makers

NEWS IN BRIEF

Lansing"I'm sorry, Your Honor." Lawyers for
g Freddie's aunt charged that the
FOLLOWING A MANDATE of the, father was chiefly interested in ob-
1937 Legislature, the Michigan Liquor taining a larger share of the young
Commission yesterday increased the actor's earnings.
State's profit on liquor from 40 per,/., e
cent to 55 per cent. As a result the
retail price of the alcoholic beverage A WOMAN WAS KILLED and one
was raised seven per cent of the total of her two small children seriously in-
price. The Commission, however, has jured today in a collision of two auto-
waived collection of the three per mobiles near Romeo.
cent sales tax.
New York MOTORIST INJURED
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Women To Stage
Exhibition Debate
The women's varsity debating team
is holding an exhibition debate for
the Ann Arbor Women's club at 8 p.m.
today in the League on the question:
"Resolved: That the United States
should cooperate with the other na-
tions of the world in furthering world
peace," Prof. Carl G. Brandt, of the
speech department, announced yes-
terday.
The affirmative team s composed
of Betty Mansfield, '39, and Kay
Schultz, '39, while the negative side
of the argument will be upheld by
Margaret Ann Ayers, '38 ,and Bar-
bara Bradfield, '38.
This is the first debate of the cur-
rent year for women debaters and is
being held as practice for regular con-
tests with Minnesota and Purdue on
the same issue.

A Waynie motUori~st, Wiiam'I~

New-

CHARLES DEDAUX, wealthy em-j
issary without portfolio for the
Duke of Windsor, arrived yesterday
to make ready for the forthcoming
American visit of the retired British'
monarch and his American-born
wife, the former Wallis Warfield.
Bedaux, who will help formulate
a public relations path for the royal
couple, failed to disclose what points;
in the United States they will visit.;
Los Angeles
LOSE FREDDIE? Cecil L. Barthol-
omew and his wife, Lillian, were de-
feated in their fight to gain control
of a $100,000 a year income yesterday
when their famous son, Freddie,
denied that he loved them and tes-
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ton, 23 years old, was critically in-
jured late Sunday when the car in
which he was riding failed to make
a curve on Pleasant Lake Road, near
Lindemann Road.

Frank Medico Pipes
and Smoking Supplies are featured at
MILLER DRUG STORE
727 North University Phone 9797

Does it sail toward peaee or war-this cargo of scrap iron? Whether this metal was destined for use in
machinery of peaceful factories or in engines of destruction remained a mystery as the S.S. Berlin loaded its
cargo in New York harbor. But certain it was that someone held a vital interest in junk. Among buyers of
large quantities of scrap metal, as well as paper and other waste material, have been Japan and Germany.

South African Observatory GivesI
University Additional Prestige

Union Dinner Will

By DENNIS FLANAGAN versity shops.
The University of Michigan has associates have
many far-flung research outposts, covered aboutf
but when one discovers that the as- 1926.
tronomy department has a sizeable This year t
observatory in South Africa, the effi- has handicap'
ciepcy of University globe-girdling tronomy Depa
efforts can be appreciated. the Lamont-
The observatory is situated at without suffici
Bloemfontein, in British South Af- to continue it
rica. Professor William J. Hussey,'the munhiA
head of the University observatory he offered
until 1926, fathered it. Through have offeredt
Hussey's ambition to investigate the years. Thus
little known skies of the southern able to conti
hemisphere, and the generosity of his h ,vnd of i
friend, the Hon. Robert P. Lamont,
'91E, the telescope was completed in . -
1926. Art (ne
One of the tragedies of science was'
the death of Professor .Hussey in Lon- To Sbo
don in 1926, as he was going to take
charge of his lifelong dream, the La-I
mont-Hussey observatory. His place "Western" fi
was filled by Dr. Rossiter, the present series of Mus
head of the observatory. showings, will
The equipment of the observatory' p.m. Sunday,T
is excellent, according to astrono- have purchase
mers, including the 27-inch Lamont Art Cinema L
telescope. The mechanical parts of forembersh op
this telescope were made in the Uni- sale at the Un
I-Wahr's.

Dr. Rossiter and his
e utilized it, having dis-
5,500 double stars since
he lack of funds that
ped many of the As-
rtment's projects found
Hussey observatory
ent financial assistance
s research. Fortunate-
African government and
lity of Bloemfontein
to finance it for five
Dr. Rossiter will be
inue his valuable re-
he University will still
s most distant outposts.
EmaLeague
)w Westerns'
films, the first in the
seum of Modern Art
be presented at 3:15
Nov. 21, for those who
ed memberships in the
eague for matinee per-
the historical series.
s for the series are on
ion, the League and at

tified, Theyre strangers to me.-
Open Fund Drive iFreddie, who has been with his
aunt, Myllicent Bartholomew since
More than 250 people are expected' he was three years old, said that heE
to attend the send off banquet for asrentirely happy with her. In
general, however, he appeared little
Ann Arbor's Community Fund drive interested in the proceedings. When 1
at 6:15 p.m. today in the Union ball- the court rebuked him for having his
room, hands in his pockets while on the
Speakers at the Fund dinner will witness stand, he blushed and said, ?
be Brig.-Gen. Heinrich Pickert, De-,

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OR~. CHIAPMAN J1. MILLING
1142 BULL tIST#
COLUMBIA. S. C. Feb. 10p 1931"

troit police commissioner and a lead--
er in the Detroit Community Fond
,drive, and Mrs. Irene Murphy, direct-!
'or of the council of social agencies of
the Detroit Community Fund Asso-'
ciation.i
More than 300 workers will begin to
cover the city Wednesday in a general
sclicitation for support of the drive
to meet a budget of $53,110.
READ THE WANT ADS

Asheville School Club
Will Hold First Meeting
The Asheville School Club of the
University will hold its first dinner,
and meeting of the year at 6 p.m.
today in the Founders Room of the'
Union.
This club is composed of some 201
students that attended Asheville
School, Asheville, N.C. Ralph Rosen-
berg, '39, is president and Vincent
Moore, '40, is secretary of the club.

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SHAPESS E&
FINISHES
* FINES?
'BRIAR
MONEY
CAN BUY'
UNHEARD OF VALUE

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S. M. Frank & Co., Inc.
New York, N. Y.
Gentlemen:-
About eighteen months ago I was forced
to quit smoking a pipe because the tarry
products in the heel kept me chronically
nauseated. Too bad, but it couldntt be
helped. No use feeling miserable every
time I fired up. So I stayed off tobacco
for over a year.
Then one day I saw a few Frank's
Medicos in a druggist's showcase, and
half-heartedly decided to try one. So
many 'patented filter systems on the mar-
ket. But I'd risk a dollar on one anyhow,
Just in hor> .. ,
For'six iuappy months, now I've been
smoking that Frank's. This afternoon I
bought my second one, and have it send-
ing up incense as I write. I want to tell
you - in case you don't already know it -
that you're one of the benefactors of so-
ciety. Lot the poor Indian' Lot Sir
Walter Raleigh' Lot everybody who died
before you brought out a filter that re-
ally works. Itm telling my friends by
the dozen, but not fast enough.
You may use my name if you care to
and add that this letter is absolutely
unsolicited on your part.
Very cordially yours,

WANTED
A CELLO player and a viola player of
moderate ability to play for pleas-
ure in a string quartet. Box 4.
147
DRESSMAKING: Alteration and
repairing. Expert alteration of knit
wear. Mrs. C. Walling, 118 E. Cath-
erine. Call 4726. 133
TYPING, neatly and accurately done.
Mrs. Howard, 613 Hill St. Phone
5244. 3x

ANTIQUE exhibition and sale. Harris
Hall, Nov. 4, 5 inclusive. Open 10:30
a.m. to 10:00 p.m. 145
7-TUBE Philco tabgle radio. Powerful,
excellent condition. $10. Phone
3917. 150

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"Comedies" will be shown at mat-
Co-Operatives Plan nc"fe ecra~es
inee and evening performances on
Meeting O Sunday, Nov. 14. This presentation
Meeting On Sunday:"inces"Grte he Dnosau, Hs
Bitter Pill" produced by Mack Sen-
Prof. Robert Angell of the sociology nett, Harold Lloyd in "The Fresh-
department, and Wayne Ericson,. man," "The Sex Life of the Polyp"'
Grad., of the Michigan Socialist with Robert Benchley and Walt Dis-
House, will speak on "Your Cooper- ney's "Skeleton Dance."
ative and Mine" at the first of a series _
of cooperative education meetings to
be held from 5 to 7:30 p.m., Sunday EVENING RADIO
at the Rochdale Cooperative House
at 640 Oxford Road. PROGRAMS

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These meetings are being sponsored
by the Girls' Cooperative and the
Rochdale House to familiarize those
connected with cooperative organiza-
tions with the theory and practice of
the movement but any others in-
terested in the subject will be wel-
come, cooperative heads announced.;
Programs will be held every Sun-
.day, with meetings alternating be-!
tween the Rochdale House and theI
Girls' Cooperative at 517 East Ann,
and buffet suppers will be served.,
KRAMS, WOODBURNE BACK 1
Dean Edward H. Kraus and Dr.
Lloyd S. Woodburne of the literary,
college have returned from New York;
City where they attended the Sixth
Educational Conference Thursday
and Friday in the Roosevelt Hotel.
One of the principal speakers at thel
conference was President James B.
Conant, of Harvard University, who
spoke on education and its relation
to the individual interests of the stu-
dent.
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7 15-Souvenirs.
7:45-Concert Violinist.
8 :00-Phillip Morris.
8 :30-Lady Esther Serenade.
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10:30-Jimmy Fidler.
11 :00-Newscast.
11:15-webster Hall Music.
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6:15-Comedy Stars.
6:30-Glen Gray Orch.
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7:15-George Jessell.
7:30-Helen Mencken.
8:00-Edward G Robinson.
8:30-Al Jolson-Martha Raye.
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6:15-News and Sports.
I6:30--Exciting Moments.
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brake. 2116 Devonshire.

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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. Ready cash waiting for you.
Phone Sam. 6304. 2x
LAUNDRY
LAUNDRY. 2-1044. Sox darned.
Careful work at low prices.
LOST AND FOUND
LOST: Brown suede jacket with
watch in it. S. Ferry Field. Gross-
man, 3582. Reward. 148
TAKEN Saturday night, chair from
breakfast set, black and orange
trimming. Your own price wheni
delivered. 5938 Eliz. Wood. 725'
Haven. 149
FOR SALE

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AS NCAud SAT N .:P0.M. $2.20 - $2.75 1.1. Inc
DETROIT SUBJECT:
Outstanding H A at Glance
Lectre;;entH ." . W EL LS tTig
of the Decade To Come"
SEATS NOW ON SALE AT GRINNELL'S AND CASS THEATRE - MAIL ORDERS
Box Office Open 9 a.m. to 6 p.m

Graduates
v, 1938
}U
Naturally, you will want your picture in the
Miehiganensian, and, of course, you will
want the best. However, with the photogra-
phers' appontments rapidly filling up, it wjll
he impossible for you to be sure of either of
these unless you act at once. Make YOUR
appointment imuiediately at one of these
tiCos --

To gues of

1938"

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