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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

TUESDAY, NOV. 16, 19-j-,

THE MICHIGAN DAILY TUESDAY, NOV. 16, 193'7

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Sit-Down Strike Machine-Gunning Poet
itBo Returns From Spain
~Ils Body Pa t
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Greek Sailors
Tell Of Escape

Hampstead Players
Open Show Ton ight'
(continued from Page 1)
ger, Mabel Claire Gold, Ralph Chubb.,
Fritz Schiller, W. L. Badger. Robert
Etanton, Nan Withrow, and the audi-

DIREICTORY

2,500 Men Idle In Fisherj
FactoryIn Pontiac
PONTIAC, Nov. 15.-'P)-A sit-j
down strike said to involve about 2,-
500 workers began tonight in the
Fisher Body plant here with plant
doors barricaded and one gate welded
shut.
Odin Johnson, attorney for the
United Automobile Workers of Amer-
ica, said Union members sat down in
protest against layoff of "600 men"
and "uneven distribution of work."
Officials of the plant, a General
-Motors Corporation affiliate, could not
be reached for comment.

.NEW Y ORK, Nov. 15.-(/P)-Ma- I
chine Gunner David McKelvy White, rr0 f Sharks
whose fingers for six months tapped
songs of death on triggers in Spain, NORFOLK, Nov. 15.-UP)-Parched

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wear. Mrs. C. Walling, 118 E. Cath- ROOMS for men. Shower bath, steam
erine., Call 4726. 133 heat. Phone 8544. 422 East Wash-
TYPING, neatly and accurately done. ington. 177
Mrs. Howard, 613 Hill St. Phone LOST: Paper entitled "A Psycholog-
5244. 3x ical Interpretation of the Black Le-
gion.' Return to Sociology office,
CLOTHING WANTED TO BUY: Any Haven Hall.
old and new suits, overcoats, at $3,
$8, $25. Ladies fur coats, typewrit- LOST: Chronex wrist watcht near
ers, old gold and musical instru- Mich. Theatre Sunday night. Re-
ments. Ready cash waiting for you. ward. Call Randall Price, Lawyer's
Phone Sam. 6304. 2x Club, 4145. 178
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was back in his New York apart- throated sailors, snatched from death once, who must willy-nilly reckon HOME-COOKED MEALS for men
ment today, tapping out an essay by the Coast Guard Mendota after themselves townsfolk present in students at 420 S. Division. 179
on poetry. their Greek freighter, Tzenny Chan- court.' MODERN Beauty Shoppe - Week
"I'm very anxious to get back to dris, went down off Cape Hatteras, Treatment of scenery and costumes Special fitch or drene shampoo and'
teaching my course in the technique brought back aboard the rescue ships has been influenced by the woodcuts finger wave with lemon ring. $50.r
of poetry," he said. today stories of a dramatic fight for in one of the first published editions End permanent $1.00 up.
onh life against the odds of shark-infest- of the play which is refuted to date --- -----
White is the son of George White, ed waters, stormy seas and condi- to 1489. French dialects have been EXPERT radio service by U. of M.
tcer gorn of Ohiocrandc on-tions that drove one man insane. :araphrased into Scotch, Sometshire, student. College Radio Service. 522
cairan ofmte UDe ati rNa A bright red gash across the nose East Yorkshire, and imitation Welsh. Packard. Call 6049. 155 1
when heomntt Unt last pr of Capt. George Coufopandelis, mas- Another innovation has been the in- WANTED
when herwent to Spain to fight for ter of the little vessel which plunged troduction in Mr. Whitehall's adap-
the Government, the younger White to the bottom of the Atlantic with tion of the simultaneous stage which FACULTY family desires house for
C a t ingn.ythe loss of seven lives, bore testimony calls for scenery changes in full view 2nd semester. Reasonable rent. Call
College. ;to the harrowing struggle for sur- of the audience by stage-hands at- 9803.

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FOR SALE
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NOW PLAYING

The strikers posted guards at the Ivival. i tired in the garb of the period.
plant gates. Police who drove by inTl
a cruiser car reported no disorder. Dean rates TO Lead th o n f wsamnien my th 1
tt ffl sm dv-1 Union Law Parley by 32 hours of exposure in the open, employed. Census
Prfeso_ _sa clinging to a bit of wreckage
Professor Stanton - while awaiting long-hoped for res- Ia uurated Today
Talks On Far East Pre-law students are especially in cuers, the captain said. The crazed,
vited to the Union Coffee Hour from seaman died before Coast Guardsmen A census of all persons unemployed
To Graduate Body 4 to 4:30 p.m. today when Dean: arrived to pick up the last 15 sur- or partially employed will be inaugu-
Henry__ _M. Bates of the Law School vivors of the crew of 28. rated today with the aid of the Post-
will lead a discussion upon important f Commander Henry Coyle, master rt..
"The Present Situation in the Far qualifications for the law profession. of the Mendota who said he had oi Department. The "unemploy-
East"wstesbetowhcPrf If this meeting is successful, it will I never seen "~anything like this" in his tmn eotcrs r ob rpe
John Stanton of the history depart be th ro a seres for pr-vo- 27 years as a coast guardsman, re- in a mail box, postage freedbefore
mnent spoke yesterday at the second be the frto eisfrpevc- audy
in th seiesofgrduyate luncheons tional students. Paul Brickley,'39, layed a graphic story told by thSatday-
in the series of graduate luncheons f the Union Executive Council who rescued of one man being pulled Approximately 70,000.000 cards will
given, inthe Russian Tea Room of is in charge of plans for the discus- bodily through his life belt by a shark be distributed to 31,000,000 homes
thenegue...after the freighter went under-its thiughout the United States this
Professor Stanton traced the his- ion, said life boats either smashed or swept week. The survey will cost $4,000,000.
PiyofssiStn the is- This meeting is part of the regular away The returns will be tabulated at
Japan's adventures on the mainland Union Coffee Hour and all students local postofhices and sent to state cen-
stating some of the reasons for the are urged to attend. Joseph Corrie, 49-year-old Eng- tral accounting bureaus, which will
present situation in that part of the step from the doomed vessel into the It Js expected that returns from
woM, OLD TENNIS FINALS mountainous waves and the last to the census, which will be available
The purpose of the graduate lun- Dorothy Maul, '39, won the finals be picked up .ofthosenadrift, told of Des. 20, will be used by Congress in
cheons is to give graduate students of the women's tennis tournament sharks darting at his ankles and of apportioning work-relief funds andI
an opportunity to meet faculty mem- Sunday afternoon, defeating Francis successfully scaring them away with in considering wages-and-hours leg-
bers of the different schools and col- Bonisteel, '40, 6-love, 6-3. In the a stick. islation.1
leges and to become better acquaint- semi-finals Miss Maul had defeated --
ed with one another. The luncheons1 Mary Wheat, '39, 6-4, 6-1. Miss
will be held each Wednesday at the Bonisteel had won over Margaret THE HAMPSTEAD PLAYERS
League. All graduate students are Pierson, '39, 86, 6-1.
__nvi__edt___attend.__ --piesent-- --
invited to attencd. IHAROLD WHITEHALL'S
FISHOW'S WATCH "THE COMICAL ADVENTURE of
BIDS ARE OPENED
UBLY, Nov. 15.-(A)-Bids will be and MASTER PETER PATH EL IN"
opened 'Tuesday on a $300,000 gen- JEWELRY REPAIR LYDIA MENDELSSOHN THEATRE
erating plant for the Thumb Electric 347 Maynard Cor. william Wednesday - Thursday, November 17-18, 8:30 P.M.
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trification project.

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