100%

Scanned image of the page. Keyboard directions: use + to zoom in, - to zoom out, arrow keys to pan inside the viewer.

Page Options

Download this Issue

Share

Something wrong?

Something wrong with this page? Report problem.

Rights / Permissions

This collection, digitized in collaboration with the Michigan Daily and the Board for Student Publications, contains materials that are protected by copyright law. Access to these materials is provided for non-profit educational and research purposes. If you use an item from this collection, it is your responsibility to consider the work's copyright status and obtain any required permission.

November 17, 1937 - Image 2

Resource type:
Text
Publication:
The Michigan Daily, 1937-11-17

Disclaimer: Computer generated plain text may have errors. Read more about this.

T H E MICH IGAN D AILY

WEBNESDAY, NOV. 17, 1937

____________________________________________________________________________________________________ I

Three Envoys Debate At Nine Power Conference

CLASSIFIED AIERteNd

France. England and America talked over the Sino-Japanese war in Brussels last week in the person of
these three diplomats: left to right, Anthony Eden, foreign minister of Great Britain! Norman Davis, U.S.
ambassador-at-large, and Yvon Delbos, foreign minister of the French Popular Front Government.

DAILY OFFICIAL BULLETIN
Publication in the Bulletin is constructive notice to all members of the
3Mversity. Copy received at the oam at the Asoitant to the Presm t
UtM 3:30; 11:00 am. an Saturday.
WED}NE LAY, NOV. 17, 1937 University are due in the office of the
school, Nov. 20. Report blanks for
VOL. XLVIII. No. 44 this purpose may be secured from
Faculty, College of Literature, Sci- the office of the school or from Room
ence, and the Arts: 4 U.H.

- -- . LI W .. .j .- i -
went too far in this advertising of Midsemester reports are due not
their institutions. Scholarships were later than Saturday, Nov. 20. More
often used as enticements. Now, in cards if needed can be had at my;
cooperation with colleges, high office.
schools are establishing guidance pro- These reports are understood as
grams and bureaus for college coun- naming those students, freshman;
seling. These moves likewise are of and upperclass, whose standing at;
vital interest to the Michigan Asso-1 midsemester time is D or E, not
ciation of North Central Colleges, he merely those who receive D or E in;
said. ;so-ca ed midsemester examinations.;

Robert Williams,
Assistant Registrar.
Students, School of Education:
'Courses dropped after Wednesday,
Nov. 24. will be recorded with the
grade E except under extraordinary
circumstances. No course is consid-
ered officially dropped unless it has
nba rant d in tha f ir of the

to stop at the Registrar's Office Nov.
i 1. If youl will call Extension 373
plinipal wll be having interviews.
" a M. Smith. Registrar.
Fr h r ~an InI ructors: Principals
and te.her om in70 high schools
will be in t e Registrar s office on:
fhunr day mwrnIng. Nov. 18. to con-
fer with their fovmer students. You,
are im ited to op in to meet and
'alk wth' them.
Ira I. ith, Registrar.
.a8 M alicn ' mninecrs: A rep-
cnI atie of the Ammonia Depart-
ment of the E. I. DuPont De Ne-
mours & Company. will be here next
week to interview men interested in
the possibility of employment in this
dlepaitment. For further details,
consult Mechanical Engineering bul-
letin board.
stue-j_- nere_ din. Actuarial
EL amintions :re requested to meet
in Room 3011 Angeli Hall, Thursday.
Nov. 18. at 4:15 p.m.

NOTICES
TYPING--Carefully and accurately
done. L. M. Heywood. 803 E. King-
sley St. Phone 8344. 106
HOME-COOKED MEALS for men
students at 420 S. Division. 179
MODERN Beauty Shoppe - Week
Special fitch or drene shampoo and
finger ware with lemon ring .50c
End permanent $1.00 up.
WANTED
FACULTY family desires house for
2nd semester. Reasonable rent. Call
9803.
DRESSMAKING: Alteration and
repairing. Expert alteration of knit
Spanish War Posters
Paisedi By Slusser
(Continued from Page 1)
movement that began about 1906.
The artists retained an aesthetic
idiom even for the most utilitarian
messages.
Commenting en the austerity and
the use of very few colors in the pos-
-ters, he said that the former was
largely in keeping with the character
of the Spanish people and that the
lack of many colors was dictated to a
yrea t degree by the need for econ-
omly.
One poster which showed "much
charm for so bitter a message," de-
picted the Nationals, a cardinal, a
Nazi. an Italian and two Africans,
sailing in a boat that bristles with
guns, carrying the motto "Up With
Spain."
Another work. which Professor
Slusser thought very powerful, was
the poster urging civilians to "Evac-
uate Madrid" by picturing a group of
mothers' holding their babies and
looking up at the airplanes hovering
;overhead.
janitor Union - iallenges
Charges Of Grounds Head
Continued from Page 1)
stated. Other men, receiving no
extra renumeration, take over the
vork> while still doing their own.
-They could give us two weeks if
they wanted and it still wouldn't
cost them anything extra," Reynolds
declared.
A meeting of the custodians local,
which is affiliated with the CIO
State. County and Municipal Work-
ers of America, will be held at 7 p.m.
today in Unity Hall, Reynolds an-
nounced. He urged all custodians
to attend.

THE HAMPSTEAD PLAYERS
-- present
HAROLD WHITEHALL'S
"THE COMICAL ADVENTURE of
MASTER PETER PAT HEL N"
LYDIA MENDELSSOhN THEATRE
Wednesday - Thursday. November 17-18, 8:30 P.M.
50c and 35c Telephone 6300
2:00 -- 4:00 7:00 - 9:00 P.M.
NOW PLAYING!
-Extra-- --__
POPEYE CARTOON NEWS OF
SFOWL PLAY" THE DAY
%I

wear. Mrs. C. Walling, 118 E. Cath-
erine. Call 4726. 133
TYPING, neatly and accurately done.
Mrs. Howard, 613 Hill St. Phone!
5244. 3x
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
-AUNDRY. 2-1044. Sox darned,
Careful work at low prices.
FOR SALE

LOST:
Mich.
ward.

Ch onex wrst watch near
Theatre Sunday night. Re-
Call Randall Price, Lawyer's

Club, 4145. 178
LOST: A red Shea ffe pen and pencil
set, inseribed Fleanor Miron, Re-
ttinn to 411 Mosher. Reward. 181

NEW RETINA kodak, filters. 'tripod,
etc. by discount- need cash. Call
2-1536. Toyoka Nagashina. 170
FOR RENT
ROOMS for men. Shower bath, steam
heat. Phone 8544. 422 East Wash-
ington. 177
LOST AND FOUND

- _______- -- Students electing our courses, but 1JceII ipJr Ucz iLne oriceo'Ln
registered in other schools or col- Registtrar, Room 4, University Hall.
lichigan-Ohio Grad leges of the University, should be re-
ported to the school or college in Freshmen from the following
Smoker Is Tonight which they are registered. schools are reminded of the confer-
_______W. R. Humphreys,
Assistant De.Iences with their principals in the
The 24th annual Michigan-Ohio ssistant ean. Registrar's office Thursday, Nov. 18:
alumni smoker will be held onig Students, College of Literature, Addison, Albion, Amherst (N.Y.),
in Toledo. From Ann Arbor will go Science, and the Arts: Courses Ann Arbor High School, Ann Arbor
Coach Wally Weber, Robert O. Mor- dropped after Wednesday, Nov. 24, University High School, Battle Creek,
gan, secretary of the Class Officers' will be recorded with the grade E. Bay City. Benton Harbor, Birming-
Council, and center on the Michigan Exception may be made in extra- amCt Bnton CHarsor rng-k
team in 1930 and Ernie Vick, All ordinary circumstances, such as -se-hae-
American center here in 1921. ,vere or long continued illness. Culver M.I. (Ind.). Dearborn High
hgd k School, Fordson at Dearborn, De-
Ohio State 'delegates include Jack - troit, (Cass, Central, Chadsey, Den-
Fullon, Ohio State alumni secretary, Students, College of Engineering:
and Fritz Mackey, Ohio coach. J. The final day for removal of incom- by, Cooley, Eastern, Mackenzie,
Fred Lawton, '11, composer of "Var- pletes will be Saturday, Nov. 20. Northern, Northwestern, Redford,
______Southeastern. Southwestern, Wes-
sity," and Eddie Howell, a Michigant sh,
alumnus whose chief claim to fame, Freshmen in the College of Litera- 1Icern), East Grand Rapids, Ecorse.
according to Morgan, is that he sings ture, Science and the Arts, who have Fenton, Ferndale, Flint (Central,
"The Victors" standing on his hands,I not received their five-week progress Northern and Flint Junior College)
are-to be on the program. reports may obtain them in Room: Fort Wayne Ind.). Grand Rapids
107, Mason Hall, from 8 to 11:30 a.m. Ventral and Ottawa Hills, Grosse
of the Ohio-California and Ohio-n and 1:30 to 4 p.m. according to the Pointe, Hamtramck, Highland Park
diana games, while Morgan will show following schedule: £owe School Ind.). Howell, Jack-
pictures of the Michigan-Pennsyl- j Surnames beginning P through Z, son, Kalamazoo, Lansing Central and
vnagm.Monday, Nov. 15. Eastern. Marine City, Milan, Monroe,
Surnames beginning H through O, Mount Clemens, New Trier (Ill.), Oak
Tuesday, Nov. 16. wark and River Forest (Ill.), Onsted,
Goudsmit To Talk Surnames beginning A through G, Oscoda. Owosso, Plymouth. Pontiac.
Wednesday, Nov. 17. Port Huron, River Rouge, Royal Oak.
On Radio Activity; School of MusiCllege of Archi ' L HighSchool and Arthur
Schol f usi, ollge f rch iHill, Libbey (Toledo, 0.), Walled'
Lake, Wayne. Ypsilanti High School
The University branch of the I and Roosevelt at Ypsilanti.
semester reports indicating students
American Institute of Electrical En- 1
enrolled in these units doing unsatis- Upperclassmen: Former students
gineering will conduct a meeting in factory work in any unit of the of the schools listed above are invited
Morris Hall at 7:15 p.m. tomorrow.-.----- ----- ------
night. The meeting will feature a -- _ -_
talk by Dr. Samuel A. Goudsmit of
the Physics department. The subject
of Dr. Goudsmit's talk will be "Artifi-
cial Radio Activity."

A.S.M.F.: All members who signed
up and paid their dues before Oct.
29. 1937 may secure their copies of'
Mechanical Engineering and theirC
membership cards in Room 221 Westj
Engineering Building. Pins will be
available shortly. Thse who signed;
up after Oct. 29. 1937 will receive;
(Continudc on Page 4)

1

TOMORROW!
HO DEP MenSiona
THAT TO ACCOMMODATE TH E CROWDS
{{ WE FEATURE THIS EVENT IN BOTH
Main Floor andBsmn
S HOE D EPA RT ME NTS

I

r

i

Brush Your Teeth
AT LEAST TWICE A DAY - but be sure to do -it with a
rcliable brush and powder signified by-
RACCE'71 at his SEAL eansto

IIO
S Ti Am rce : '-C1alA ocia-
+vir 1S~ CO mombrs
Sol o rooP _c1, r d
C it ~or'bearngiflhave
c o y i,.ccouncil
o clingejeth.

'Pr-rPf4ofe-tic BRAND TOOTH
POWDER
Heres a tooth powdrd yucntr
o wh confidence, knowing that
it wil clean your teeth thorou iy
and safely. For Pro-phy-lac-c Tooth
Powder has been awarded the sea
of the American Dona soito
and accepted- oci
teeth by the Associaion's CounciTOOT
of Dental Therapeuti p
Add ne... sparkling alr oyu rkeb rsigyu et tlat i
rnoby Orass in y e e c
tice a day wth a
Tooth Powder GetacnfrmuI
Soa!_pecial Sale

I'I

I

E
I
,'
I

A ''
e
-'' ' .

r 7? *
. .
'Q -

CORONA
eFloating shift, touch selec-
tor, piano key action. Amaz-
ingly smooth, easy running
and durable. As low as
$1.00 a week. Free carrying
case (makes splendid over-
night bag.)

Pro-phy-lac-tic Combination.
A 75c Value of
POWDER and BRUSH for
49c
Dr. West Combination.
A $1.00 Value of
CALOX POWDER and
DR. WEST BRUSH for
59c
j~

Visit our drug department for
most reasonable values in tc
We take extra precautions to
that your desires are efficie
and thoroughly satisfied.

the
own.
see
ntly

I. -

L'n

Q* D. MORRILL
314 South State Street
Dealer: New L. C. Smith, Corona and all makes and models
of new Portables. Used and Reconditioned typewriters, in a

j.

a I i a a irll

1 'Wt w t
e 3e~

I

I

Ili,( POlPLAR OF ALL STYLES at UN- 3l

3l

Back to Top

© 2021 Regents of the University of Michigan