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FHE MICHIGAN DAILY

WED _ DAY, NOV. 3, 1931

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WEDNs 1 1e.srDAYas! . NO. .6V{/'

NEWS IN BRIEF
Michigan i Paraguay
TWO BURGLARS, ambushed by A STATE OF WAR was enforced in,
special deputies and postal inspectors Asuncion, capital of Paraguay tonight
in the post office at Smith's Creek, after an attempted uprising by mem-
disregarded commands to surrender bers of the army who sought to create
yesterday and died in a hail of ma-
chie gn ad istl bllts.Oneofa dictatorship. Lieutenant Colonel
chine gun and pistol bullets. One of Arturo Bray, chief of the Asuncion
the slain burglars was identified ashaqurtra h autherAsdnctons
John Novak, 39, former Detroit con- headquarters was authorized to es-
vict who was quoted by Detroit police tablish the rule, although a com-
last summer as saying he would kill munique from the secretary of state
the next policeman who attempted said the revolt had been suppressed.
to arrest him. The other burglar car- The revolt centered at Conception,
ried a benefit society membershipj 135 miles north of Asuncion, and ac-
card with the name Edward Scherer. cording to dispatches, was inspired
by one regiment of adherents of Col-
ashin ton onel Rafael Franco, deposed provi-
sional president.
CORN GROWERS received assur-
ance yesterday that government mil-
lions would be used to guarantee Painter Declares
them a return of 50 cents a bushel
on average grain from this year's big, Local Campus One
price-depressing crop. Officials said
that $85,000,000 made available by Most Beautiful
President Roosevelt's order would
permit the Commodity Credit Cor-
poration to underwrite loans to farm- Michigan has one of the most beau-
ers on about 170,000,000 bushels. tiful campuses in the country, Fred-.
Chicago. crick Witton, illustrator and painter, !
declared yesterday in the Lobby of
The journal of the American Med- thUnowerheimangp-
ical Association yesterday attributed the Union where he is making por-
60 recent deaths to an elixir of sul- trait sketches.
fanilamide containing diethylene gly- Each year the campus takes on a
col and commented editorially: different aspect, in the eyes of the
"Under our present laws there is artist, because of the changes in the
nothing to require any firm to di- color of the foliage, he said. Mr..
vulge the formula or to make ade- Witton has painted pictures of the
quate pharmacologic or clinical tests campus and grounds around the
before placing a hazardous 'patent League 'and Library during his four
medicine' or proprietary preparation visits to the campus.
on the market." "Surrealism is dead," Mr. Witton
said, commenting on the modern
schools of art. He is very sympa-
Junior Independent thetic towards the modern trend in
art, and feels that no "ist" or "ism"
Engineers 'To Meet which has been outmoded has died
in vain. Each artistic style which dies,
incorporates something worthwhile
Purpose Will Be To Name into a still more modern trend, he
Candidates For Election stated. "There has hardly been anyl
modern movement that hasn't left
something good behind.",
Nominations for candidates in the To students who are contemplating
coming class elections will be made art as a career, he advises learning
by the Junior Independent Engineers a good trade and pursuing their ar-R
at 8:15 p.m. tomorrow at a meeting tistic ambitions in their leisure time,
in Room 325 in the Union, it was an- because of ins fficient remuneration
^feye d.-from their art work.

Can It Hold Out The New Invaders?

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P1ogress ives'
Poll To Probe
Student Views
(Continm ad from Page 1)
ing. dry cleaning and laundry and
bookstores.
Is another World War inevitable,
should the United States pursue a
policy of isolation or international
cooperation, do you izvor military
training for college students (com-
pulsory or voluntary)-are queries in
the poll about war and peace.
Freedom of expression for teach-
ers, should students be considered
"citizens of Ann Arbor and not out-
siders' 'are asked under the head of
civil liberties and academic freedom,
while racial and social equality queries
include "Do you approve of racial
and religious quota systems in pro-
fessional and graduate schools" and
"Do you think the rules governing
women students are adequate and
fair as regards hours etc."
Support for a progressive campus
literary publication and dramatics
with a "social" significance will be
probed.
Noted Swedish Lectujrer"

Women's Research
Club Provides Loani
A loan of $150 is available for
any woman student registered in the
University of Michigan and engaged
in research in any department of the
University, Prof. Alvalyn E. Wood-
ward, president of the Women's Re-
search Club, announced yesterday.

GOODMAN WINS IN MEXICO
MEXICO CITY, Nov. 2.-(/P--
Johnrny Goodman. United States Am-
ateur Golf Champion from Omaha,
Neb., won the Mexican National Am-
ateur title today, routing Don Schu-
macher of Dallas, 6 and 5, in the
36-hole final.
READ THE WANT ADS

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China's Great Wall was too strong for the old Mongolian and Manchu
tribes that used to invade North China, but today it is being faced with
a new and much more powerful invader. Chinese troops march along
the part that still belongs to them, as they go to meet the Japanese,
who have taken Peking and most of northeast China.

Prof. Davis To Talk
To Hillel Book Club

Cool $86.50 Is Taken
While Viims Freeze

Dies In Stockholm ]omc
Word was received here yesttrday
that Dr. Hans Christian Jacobaeus
of the University of Stockholm, who
was to speak here in the University
lecture series in May, died Sunday
at his home in Stockholm.
Dr. Jacobaeus visited Ann Aiuor
last June at which time he spoke
here. He was to return in the springf
for a tour of American universities,
which would include a speech here
on May 10.
He was director of the Medical De-
partment of the University of Stock-
holm and'was a specialist in diseases
of the chest, which subject he had I
chosen for his talk here.
-RADIO
SERVICE

BETTER MARKS
IN SCHOOL
measure progressf
STANDARI

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Prof. Joe Lee Davis of the English M
department will speak on "Sholem Most everybody thought it was
Asch-Novelist and Dramatist," at 8 cold in Ann Arbor yesterday but none
p.m. tonight, at the Hillel Founda- were quite so cold as Demosthenes!
tion, under the auspices of the Hillel Anagnost and his son James, who
Book Club. were locked in an ice vault Monday
I night while a youthful gunman calm-
This is the first meeting of the club, ly looted the cash register of $86.50.I
which is working with the Hillel Li-
brary, to interest students in books The robber released the two from
owned by the Foundation. There is the refrigerator in time to search
a complete set of the works of Sholem their assetadditio zn a theuselsu
Asch in the library.thiasesafrznstemlv.
Prof. Hirsch Hootkins of the ro- Anagnost and his son were at the
mance languages department, will at- Ann Street grocery, which the father
tempt to prove that Jews are not of owns, late Monday night when the
the Semetic race, in a talk on "Jewish bandit entered anti ordered them
Ethics" at 8:30 p.m. tomorrow at the I into the ice-box. He hurried out of
Hillel Foundation. I the store when a customer entered.

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d J. Slezak, '38Ed, president; Ruth
r, '38Ed, vice-president; Eloise
st, '38Ed., treasurer; and Olin J. EVENING RADIO
dick, '38Ed, secretary. PROGRAMS
eanwhile, the chairmen of senior P O R M
s committees in the chool of Ed _
lion were announced as follows:
,al Committee, William Druker; PWJ
ance Committee, Clarence W. 6:00-Tyson Sports
zger; Executive Committee, John 6:15-Dinner Music
ello; Program Committee, Hanley 6634-Bradcast
6:45-Mutsical Moments
ey; Invitation Committee, Merle 7:00-Amos 'n' Andy
rner; Cap and Gown Committee, 7:5-N Cooducts
Arles Coo gan. 8:00-One Man's Family
r. C. . Davis, secretary of the 8:30-Lady Esther Serenade
9:00--Town Hall Tonight
>o1 of Education, was named sen- 10:00--Hit Parade
class advisor by Dean Edmonson. 10:45-Michigan Highways
______ ________ ___11:00--Newscast
11:30-Dance Music
12:00-Dance Music
WJR
P.M.
6:00-Stevenson Sports
6:15-Modern Miracles.
6:20-Victor Arden Orch.
6:45-Clem and Tina
7:00-Poetic Melodies1
7:15-Hobby Lobby
7:45-Boake Carter
0 8:00-Cavalcade of America.
5£f 8:30-Eddie Cantor
9:00-Jose Iturbi-Andre Kostelanetz
9:30-Mary Roberts Rhinehart.
10:00-Gang Busters
10:30-Bromley House
10:45-Musical (Par-T)
10 :50-Wismer Sports
11:00-Headline Sports
S11:15-TheBeachcomber
11 :45-Splay
12:00-Emery Deutsch Orch.
WXYZ
P.M.
6:00--Day in Review
6:15-The Factfinder
6 :30-Girl Friends.
6:45-Lowell Thomas
7:00-Easy Aces
7:15-Keen Tracer'
8:00-Eddie Duchin
8:30-Sidney Skolsky
8:45-Coach Bachman
9:00-Tonic Time
9:15C-To Be Announced.
1 ".t qr,9:30--Child Study Assoc.
10:00-Gen. Hugh S. Johnson
10:15-Nola Day.
10:30-Waltz Interlude.
11:00-Tomorrow's Headlines,
11:15-Eddie Bratton (Saks)
11:30-To Be Announced.
12:00-Graystone Dance Music
CKLW
a P.M.
6:00-Turf Reporter
6:15--News and Sports
r¢ ~6:30--Exciting Moments.
6:45-Ray Keating Orch.
With Y7:00--Vincent York Orch.
:7:15-Cavaliers La Salle
AL_{ A A7:30-United Press News
TAN7:35-Melody Interlude
7:45-Rube Appleberry
8:00agi -Laughing with Canada
YC K 8:15-Snyder and Ross
JOHN BOLES I 83-Happy aHas spHousewarming.
NE S IRLEY 9:00-vincent Lopez Orch.
INN UR E 9:15-Flin gMClouds,
10:00-Horace Hedt's Orch.
rected by KING VIDOR 10:30-Melodies from the Skies
AWED THRU UNITED ARTISTS 11:00-Canadian Club Reporter
12:00-Guy Lombardo Orch.
12:30-Vincent Lopez Orch.
Daily 2:00.- 4:00 - 7:00 - 9:00 ?.M.
STARTING TODAY!
Mysteries are his meat..bvt when he tries to solve'em..help polike!

NO PROFIT IN SLAYING HUSBAND
CHICAGO, Nov. 2.-(/P)-Federal
Judge Chales G. Briggle ruled void
today rights of widows to the insur-
ance of husbands they kill.

SET DATE FOR GARGOYLE j
Gargoyle, campus humor magazine,
will publish its next issue Nov. 23,
George Quick, '38, editor, said yes-
terday.

DAY or N I TE
Phone 2-2644
Rufus-
Winchester
Co.
211 East Liberty Street

. h D . M O R R11'04"104IL L
3I4 South State Street -- Ann Arbor
Dcaler: New L. C. Smith, Corona and all makes and models of
new Portable, Used, and Reconditioned typewriters, in a complete
range of prices. All makes of typewriters, bought, sold, rented,
exchanged, cleaned, repaired. One of the largest stocks in the
State at lowest manufacturers prices and terms.
OUR EASY PAYMENT RENTAL PURCHASE
PLAN WIL L SAVE YOU MONEY.

Classified Directory

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Since 1908 Phone 6615

WANTED
DRESSMAKING: Alteration and
repairing. Expert alteration of knitI
wear. Mrs. C. Walling, 118 E. Cath-
erine. Call 4726. 133
TYPING, neatly and accurately done.
Mrs. Howard, 613 Hill St. PhoneI
5244. 3x
CLOTHING WANTED TO BUY: Anyj
old and new suits, overcoats, at $3,
$8, $25. Ladies fur coats, typewrit- I
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 FOUNDI
LOST: Will the girl who took the'
wrong white fur evening wrap with
the Boston label at the Beta pledge
formal please return to Joan Han-
son in return for her own. Phone
2-3241 or 2-2861.

TAKEN Saturday night, chair from
breakfast set, black and orange
trimming. Your own price when
delivered. 5938 Eliz. Wood. 725
Haven. 149
COST: Oxford Anthology of English
poetry and Poetry Primer by Saun-
ders. Reward. Call Kitty Morris,
3366. 153
LOST: Jeweled pin in front of Ma-
jestic Theatre. Call 6610. Reward.
154
LOST: Black and white spaniel
puppy near Michigan Theatre Sun-
day afternoon. Call Stewart1Van
Keuren. 4295. 151
FOR SALE
ANTIQUE exhibition and sale. Harrisi
Hall, Nov. 4, 5 inclusive. Open 10:30
a.m. to 10:00 p.m. 145
NOTICES
GOOD home-cooked meals for stu-
dents at 518 Hill. 20 meals for $6,
Phone 4593. 152

~Wheret, Oh,

Where

Are the Grave Old Seniors"

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