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The Weather
Light Snow and continued
cold today.


Li1t igu an


Congress: In
Special Session Assembled ,. .
National Book Fair ...



Men Will Play
In 1938 JGP
For First Time
More Than 250 Women
Attend Mass Meeting And
Hear DeanLloyd Talk
Action Necessitated1
By Masculine Roles

Second Typhoon Non-Affiliated


I Lawyers Prepared,

Spanish Week'

To Appear Here Tonight

LashesippinesBut It's All In Vain;
MANILA,. Nov. 19.-(Friday)-(PP) MejAno nce pirai'sBrew DateSponsors Get,
-A typhoon of tremendous destruc-
tive force, the second to hit the T e r wT d n .' e
Philippines within a week, left a largeT heirN ew T itle Members of the Lawyers' Club are $100 I D rive
area isolated today, and first scat- perusing Blackstone in earnest today,
tered reports showed ten deaths and wondering how they can make the
indicated property damage in the Official Name 'Congress'; Pi Phi's pay them for the lost psychic 'Heart Of Spain' Draws
millions of dollars. pleasure and prestige that the sorority
Winds sweeping across the archi- Also Give Out Members girls cost them by defaulting and re- 150 Persons To Union;
pelago at 100 miles an hour gavemthe Of Various Co mittee using to face them in a volleyball A
central islands their worst storm of It___ alastarnig ht. nj mbulnce ring Fil
the year. Six deaths were reported It all started when the lawyers
immediately on the island of Leyte, OrganiJzation Now challenged the Pi Phi's as their first!Mov g Picture Is
and four on Cebu island. Both HU . opponents in the sorority league. The
places were in the storm's vortex. Has Office In Union Pi Phi's accepted the formal invita- Last Feature Today
C tion and answered, stipulating that
The typhoon whirled out into the' exclamations shld be limited to "oh,1
China sea -about, 140 miles southwe~st! . .- so.

Many Requests
For Immediate
Tax Revisions
Face Congress
Plea Cuts Into Senate's
Filibustering Against
Anti-Lynching Laws
Farm Bill Movement
Is Showing Progress

For the first time in history, menI .AAUw AAAQAVA1ylV Hoping for final approval of the
For the rst t e nistor, Gme here but the, weather bureau said Senate Committee on Student Af-
will be in the cast of the Junior Girls there still was the possibility that it fairs, a matter still pending, the In-
Play this year, it was decided yester- would backlash toward Manila.
day at a mass meeting of more than Mindoro and Panay, large islands dependent Men's Organization yes-1
250 junior women. in the east central portion of the terday announced the adoption of
The women were advised that only archipelago, felt almost the full force the name "Congress" as its official!
by inclusion of men in the cast could of the storm. Hundreds were home- title.
justice be done to the play, which less in Cebu province, where wind The organization also released in-3
was written by Jean Keller, assistant and flood swept away many homes. formation on the personnel of the
director of Mosher Hall, and by Rus- ivarious committee heads and mem-
sell McCracken, writer for Jam bers. The chairmen are Robert
Handy Pictures, Inc:c ri htClaims Kleiner, '38, publicity chairman; Bill
g Jewell, '38, coor dination chairman;
Sally Pierce, Grad., who will direct Bob May, '39E, social chairman; Ed
the play, discussed the script at the A nerica Needs Page, '39E, projects chairman; Tom
meeting. Dean Alice C. Lloyd re- A m rc ee s ag,'9,poctchianTm
lated thie history of Junior Girls I-Rycroft, '40, cooperatives chairman;
fate th hitor of unir GrlsSeymour Spelman, '39, sports chair-
Play, emphasizing the change in poi- IlNewer CuSuemourSpDea, ',sports cr
icy since 1902, when he e now annual man; and Dave Woog, '40, service
production was founded. chairman.
Composing the social committee
Method Not Determined He Feels Youth Is Taught Composing tette e
Themeho b wic te enwilS are Edward Wetter, '39, George W.,
e mo d bw the men wi Mechanical Excellence Gens, '38, Aaron Schnirman, '39,
be chosen for the cast has not yet 1
been determined by the central com- But No Henry Musk, '39E, Jerome Korman,
mittee but the tryouts will be under Self-Expression '40, Earl R. Gilman, '39, C. Robert
comittee tndr Americamuststrtaserch Snider. E. Murray, B. Silverman, '40,
the direction of this committee and America must start a search for Joe Andriola, '38, Israel Rand, '39,
Miss Pierce. values that will make its culture an Art Kostman, '40, Allen Braun, '40,
Dean Lloyd also explained that expression of its own modern ideals Mort Linder, '39, F. Arthur Kepka,
every woman must be eligible now I and living habits, Frank Lloyd '38.
to work on the play and must remain Wright, noted architect, declared .
eligible at the end of this semester. yesterday in a University lecture be- oThe sports committee is composed
No one who is on probation is eligible fore a capacity audience in the Na- '39E, Gene M. Nagler, '39, Ed., Jack
for special permission, she stated. tural Science auditorium.EG,
All juniors with the exception of It is time that all culture under- Karp, '38, Fred Kempe, E., Irving!
transfers must have a health recheck goes new influences, he said, to bring' Singer,E ', George Statezni, E, Bob
at the Health Service and the trans- spiritual range to life motives and to Ted Leibovitz '40, and Linn Smith
fers are to have conferences, Dr. bring expansion from influences '40E.
Margaret Bell explained, which today are mainly mechanical.
Miss Chissus Talks The idea of organic development of The members of the publicity'
Roberta Chissus, general chair- things from their inner significance committee are Harry Tenenbaum,
man of the play, gave a short talk on must replace theories of culture 40, Isidore Mandelbaum, '38, Abra-
the enthusiasm of the central com- which tend to follow the forms of ham James Goodman, '41, Herman;
mittee for the chosen script and ex- F what has already been successful. Niles, 40, Ed Rawson, 39, Charles
pressed the hope that it would meet Wright charged that American (Contliued on Page 2)
4-4... .........,...., -P 4-1.., vm th xa o nr irh n h r~r

foo, fudge and for goodness sakes." More than $100 has been collected
Last night came the denouement. by the sponsors of Spanish Week,
After eating at a special training the local drive to raise money for
table for the last supper, the lawyers medical aid to Loyalist Spain, ac-
were astounded to have the Pi Phi's cording to rough estimates issued last
default because they cauld not bear night by Edward Stone, Grad., chair-
to be seen in public wearing cotton 3 man of the campaign.
1t 0nokinc' Th I rE tnnniti, 'nrfh" ill ha t h

Bailey ClaimS
U.S. Spendi
Is Billion Hil
Offers To Help An
j ffrsToHep Any
To Effect Reductior.
Next Twelve Month

n I

1 e pamisn arn wu ce e
last feature of Spanish Week; it will!
be presented at 3:15 and 8:15 p.m.
today and at 8:15 p.m. tomorrow in
the Lydia Mendelssohn Theatre by
the Art Cinema League. This
screened story of a war-torn town on
the Madrid-Valencia road was pro-
duced by the Dutch director, Joris
Ivens, with narrative by the novelist
Ernest Hemingway. The writers
John Dos Passos, Archibald Mac-!
Leish and Lillian Hellman are one,
of the production committee.
The film about blood transfusions,
"Heart of Spain," was shown lastc
night before 150 persons in the UnionI

11; 1 J1VGWASHINGTON, Nov. Lpv18'.-(IP11J-ll V111
F as ing so . be .-res- Ballroom. Martin North, Hollywood
Federal spending should be decreased writer, addressed the audience on be-
by one billion dollars, Senator Bailey half of the Motion Picture Artists'
(Dem., N.C.) said as he offered to Committee, which sent the film here
"join with anyone" to effect such a in an ambulance they are sending to
reduction in the next 12 moenths.. Spain.
"Whenever we don't know what else "Germany and Italy made a deal
to do," Bailey shouted from the Sen- with Franco for minerals that they
ate floor, "we stick our hands in the need for future wars, before they
easury and bring out some more agreed to help him in Spain," North
He also asserted that the time has said. "If Spain falls to these fascist
come for the government to ease invaders, it will not only be a cur-
taxes and take othernsteps to en- tain-raiser for the next world war,
courage business, but it will encourage fascist groups
"You can't break both a man's legs that are functioning in the United,
and expect him to run 100 yards in States to destroy democracy."!
10 seconds, and you can't ask man Spanish Week was sponsored by'
to invest capital when from every the Peace Committee of the Pro-
side his security is being threatened," gressive Club and the Ann Arbor!
the southerner said. Committee for Medical Aid to Spain.

!, ,_ WASHINGTON, Nov. 18.-0P)-A
RICHARD CROOKS Iseemingly inexorable demand for tax
revision to energize business arose
today from both houses of Congress
CrooksrT l while the legislative machinery con-
tinued to idle.
Abruptly, the plea cut into the Sen-
jIni"hardl horal ate's filibuster against anti-lynching
legislation. It produced a short, sharp
U i n C n e tdiscussion and a warning from Chair-
Uo cman Harrison (Dem., Miss.), of the
finance committee, that reductions in
one tax schedule must be offset by in-
Famnous American Tenor creases in another, so that no loss of
To Deliver Repertoire1 revenue might result.
Republicans Take Up Cry
Of Varied Selections The House, whiling away another
day with a series of vehement, if un-
Richard Crooks, tenor, will appear related speeches, heard Republican
at ยง:30 p.m. today in Hill Audi- members take up the cry. One of
torium as the third attraction in this them,' Eaton of New Jersey, insisted
season's Choral Union Series. that Congress "stop twiddling its
Mr. Crooks is recognized as one of thumbs in idle bewilderment" and
the world's greatest singers, accord-"meet the menacing conditions of
ing to Charles A. Sink, president of the hour."
the School of Music, and his songs Meanwhile, there were signs of
can be ranked with those of the progress in the preparation of a farm
most famous tenors of all times. bill, first item on the Roosevelt Spe-
Born in Trenton, N. J., Mr. Crooks cial Session program.
first sang from the concert platform' Chairman Smith (Dem., S.C.) of
at ten. Although he was under age the Senate Agriculture Committee an-
when the United States entered the nounced an agreement upon an "ever
war, New York's leading boy church normal granary bill," fashioned after
soloist signed up immediately in the the Administration pattern, except
626th Aero Squadron. He resumed that more compulsory crop control
his musical career in New York and may be imposed for cotton.
was engaged for nine performances A House subcommittee decided to
as soloist with the Neva York Sym- propose marketing quotas, for wheat,
phony Orchestra. subject to a referendum of the farm-
Mr. Crooks has been heard in Ann ers involved, and a twenty-cent pro-
Arbor on several occasions with or- cessing tax. .
Leaders hope that as soon as a farm

the approval of the junior womenu. yoU was beingL augt mechanical { General talk of taxes and fiscal cestra, ut today is hs rs appear- b -
The script which was chosen con- excellence, but that there was no * policy broke out before a filibuster P ance here in recital. He has prepared bill is p
filibuserlants 1h1111the pre
cerns the largest, maddest royal effort to make this mechanical abl- Reuther, Reid. against an anti-lynching bjll, which W a s ut the following program for the cam- delay w
family of Europe who are .ruling inl ity merely the agent through which occupied most of the Senate's time isrdpus:
the kingdom of Boetia, a mythical new expression could assert itself. Da L day got fairly under wayd In Fisher Strike pI0uBe N "Ade iu ean
SenatormpBorahr(Rep.,uradaD)bdeclaredrlaid," by Beethoven; "Zuelgnung,' abi
Balkan state. Freape acietrlplanning Senator Borah (Rep., Ida.) Die achtdMorgn"rand"He mbut
After the meeting, the committee today consists mainly of attempts to .'he favored balancing the budget, but1 ,Die Nacht: Morgan and Heim- p co
Afe h etntecm ittee addeelptrdiina , b trus.hepo
chairman met their committees and m m ad devel traditia Issues Tonight did not favor doing it with increased Officials Blame Sit-down lihe Auorderungr"nbStruss.
accepted petitions for membershp syls.Instead, the architect should I ,taxation. To 'RadicalMio ty InNctre" yArad;sPeld,
try to make the house represent its H d news reports which quot- o RadicalMiority' by Rachmaninoff; "Nocturne," by In ad
By calling the chairman of the va- builders he said "A house should e ran rrs iChopin and "La Fileuse," by Sibelius. a petiti
rious committees membership can be given the spirit of those who build To Discuss CIO And AFLa PONTIAC, Nov. 18-(')-A few After an intermission he will sing and Ho
still be obtained. Committee mem- it It is theirs. It represents At Unit Hall Meetin ofsaying revision of the o s hundred men whose sit-down strike the aria "Air d la Fleur," from "Car- tration
bers will be announced later. it It s thed ,y in the Fisher body plant here closed men" by Bizet; "To the Children," the Rul
em. is eir ignity. Haber Will Preside tributed corporate profits might ne- two automotive factories employing by Rachmaninoff; "Sea Fever," by for deb
Universities, he declared, prob- cessitate lowering present income tax 14,721, held their ground tonight and Ireland; "Have You Seen But a are nec
ably will not be the source from Both sides of the modern labor exemptions or imposing a manufac- neither General Motors Corp. nor the Whyte Lilie Grow," anonymous: had sig
French Speaker which the inspiration for putting I turers sales tax. United - Automobile Workers of (words by Ben Jonson )and "Grieve In th
more and more spiritual expression movement will lay their views out Harrison, expanding those remarks America professed to know of pl
s HTnmcultural forms will come. The for the inspection of Ann Arbor at explained that he knew of no pres- peace negotiations.oiN" talki
university exists mainly to teach the 8 p.m. tonight when Walter Reuther, I ent plan to do either, and said he Cpaneoiaions. assetec
elfompnfiil ai htnih'fits tax
excellence of things that have been, defeated candidate for the City hoped the budget could be balanced er Fisher plant nor the Pontiac Motor Neiialsid
developed in the past, and an urge Council of Detroit, will argue for through the curtailment of spending. , plant or teontc Mone proca or broa
First InAnnual eries BCo., plant would reopen before Mon- o ra
SBy to new creation will only come from the CIO, and John Reid, secretary of day.i tax.
Cercle'Francais To Be Held groups trying to seek their own self- the state Federation of Labor, will H nte -Of DEF s ,Cm gadian T rde
expressionS defend the A.F. of L. in Unity Hall, the Fisher body division of General two cou
Prof. George Lafourcade of the He cited Russia as a country in at State and Huron Streets. if Motors, attributed the strike to a 1 if some
Unversity of Grenoble, France, will which the inspiration toward self- Prof. William Haber of the ec- For 'radicaminoritysnd described it ass
expression had already developedt onomics department, it was an- Ia "flagrant and lawless violation" of tax exe
speak on four contemporary Frenchd" and prophesied that within 10 years nouneed, will preside. the agreement between General Mo- WASHINGTON, Nov. 18.-(P)-
authors at 4:15 p.m. today in Room eum cule of te rld n mReuther, who attended Wayne Season Is True To Form; tors Corp. and the UAWA. The United States proposed a new
103, Romance Language Building. His University for three years until 1932, Homer Martin, international pres- reciprocal trade agreement with Can-
talk is the tirst in the annual series Following the talk, Wright was is a member of the executive board nIa ident of the union, however, tele- ada tonight a few hours after an-
sponsored by the Cercle Francais in e tudt ou e of the United Automobile Workers of By Te Associated Press) phoned a statement to International nouncing negotiations for a similar f
French. of Architecture. His lecture was of- America. Together with his brother Michigan's deer hunters have Union headquarters at Detroit, blam- pact with Great Britain.
Professor Lafourcade will describe fered largely through the efforts of Victor he made a tour of the world settled down to the long pull-a wait ing old grievances, rather than any Secretary Hull's statement that the H
the works of Roger Martin du Gard, the Architectural Society. to study working conditions in all for those who have not been lucky or change in union policy, for the strike, new negotiations with the United
Jules Romains, Georges Duhamel, !_countries, skillful enough to bag their buck in' The strike was the third in a Gen- States' northern neighbor were be-
and Jackues de Lacretelle. Martin The two brothers visited every Eur- the first four days of the 1937 season. oral Motors plant since UAWA dele- ing contemplated caused some sur- Btw
du Gard was chosen as this year's Union Sponsors oean country and several Asiatic na- The season was running true o gates last Sunday rejected a proposed prise becausea Canadian-American ntan
winner of the Nobel prize for litera- tions including Persia, India, China, form in al respects, weather condi- new agreement with the corporation. reciprocal pact has been in effect their 1
ture, while Romains is the author of Japan and Afghanistan. tions remained the principal item of The strike began last night in the since Jan. 1, 1936. . sponsor
"Men of Good Will," which became a ~I a Y o test Reid, who is a member of the interest from the Porcupine Moun- Fisher plant, a few hours after E. R. State Department officials said tration
best-seller after its translation into Steamfitter's Union, was appointed tains to Roscommon. Seven persons Leeder, plant manager, had insisted merely that they wanted to broaden sociatio
Enxglish. by Governor Murphy to the State were left dead, four the victims of in conference with union representa- the base of the present pact by cov- countan
Professor Lafourcade is professor Garment Workers Offer Social Security Commission to en- fatal rifle bullets. The injury tollI tives upon the suspension of four men ering a larger number of products. At t
of English literature at Grenoble, but PrS force the social security act that he still stood at 19, one hunter having whom he described as instigators of Unofficial observers said, however, opens a
is serving as visiting lecturer at the Zs__ .helped draw up. died Thursday. wa 12-hour strike that began Monday that the new pact might equalize rds,
! 'night losses which Canada otherwise would
University of Buffalo this semester. The International Ladies' Garment As secretary of the state labor body William Peterson, 23-year-old Sag- night.beos se Ca a Briserwoul trade co
He has done much work in the mod- ksI he seeks to gain the passage of legis- inaw hunter, was the seventh to die I sufgre eo rent Tr
ern English novel, and has held lec-, Workers Union is sponsoring a na-1 ~ h ttG a agreement.
tion-wide essay contest among col- lation favorable to labor. e ie ursay aernoon a may- n ese aa I It was explained that if Great Bri- of Busi
tureships at the University of Edin- lge__nrsanseis___es-ling hospital where he had been A ba
burgh and at the French Institute let "Cors and ndthe . taken Monday after being shot by an Have Been Set Back( ta and ted Sates decit ture ac
of London. He has written several sect."Company, Craft and Industrial;N blP a ePieuietfedhne erLvls e cut tariffs and other bairiers against
Unions and Their Legal Responsibil- Nobel Peace Prize umdentified hunter near Lovells. each other's goods, Canada might betAdams,
books on Swinburne. ities," with cash prizes totaling $1,600,' Go T . State police joined sheriff's officers e confronted with increased American entslib
The lecture is one of the series be- according to a letter, sent to Dean GO s To Lord CIec''in a search for the assailant who military leaders asserted tonight competition i nGreat Britain. nords."
ing given throughout the year under Edward H. Kraus of the literary col- came out of the brush to tell the tr ead arte tonst Other
the auspices of the French Club. lege, which is posted on the bulletin sinking Peterson he would go for help their forces had thrown the Japanese .is, W
Prcnftesao icesi 0cns back in the center of China's "Hn-'14F Ho wa
Price of the season tickets is 50 cents. board in the Angell Hall basement. 7zSTOCKHOLM, Nov. -The and never reappeared. denburg line" west of Shanghai, but F gitiv idnapert
The tickets may be obtained at the The competition, which sets the today to Viscount Cecil of Chelwooda Japanese spokesmen declared thatIc
mone of the founders of the League o Commissar Of Loyalist line had been reached by smashing1 iscovere n
mance Language Department. 000, is open to all students who will Nations and a leading advocate of blows near its northern and southern U.es
'be candidates for the Bachelor's De- disarmament. Spanish Army Resigns!! extremities. SYRACUSE, N. Y., Nov. 18.-Unvers
gree in 1938 or 1939. The first prize The former Bitih cabinet mom- Chinese reports told of a strong; A traffic patrolman's visit to a park- office,
F resh rna n V o tin gis $750, the others are $500, $250 and beM as seeced bcause of his wo M iity t No acepte h resig a centreo n e o e Csedo o f dont on y use toe maddueaccount
$- counter-offensive before Soochow, ing lot shanty squarely in the middle

'erfected by either committee,
sent period of confusion and
ill be mitigated. The Senate
y to shelve the, lynching dis-
id the House to abandon its
g discussions whenever the
ntrol measure is brought in,
Petition Pending
dition, the House has pending
on intended to free the Wage
ur bill, also on the adminis-
program, from the grasp of
es Committee and bring it up
ate. A total of 218 signatures
essary. Some 125 legislators
ned today.
e Senate, Bailey (Dem., S.C.)
against the anti-lynching bill,
I that the undistributed pro
could be repealed without the
.y of imposing a sales tax or
dening, the basis of the income
son said he knew of "only
rses" of compensating revenue
present taxes were removed,
tax, or a lowering of income
te Meeing
ere Tomorrow
een 200 and 300 Michigan ac-
its are expected to attend
3th annual state conference,
ed by the business adminis-
school and the Michigan As-
n of Certified Public Ac-
its tomorrow in the Union.
he afternoon session, which
t 2:30 p.m., Corwin D. Ed-
economist with the federal
mmission, will speak on "Cur-
ends in Government Control
nquet at 6:30 p.m. will fea-
discussion by Dr. Randolph G.
director of the William Clem-
rary, on "Keeping the Rec-
speakers are George M. Mor-
ishington tax attorney, Prof.
C. Greer of the University of
, past president of the Ameri-
counting Association, Shirley
nith, vice-president of the
ity in charge of the business
and Grant Chandler, Chicago

Will Be Tuesdy The purpose of the contest accord- mateinteratoalgodil. "h-j LIoei i steVas General fensive system, in which the Japanese
eiy g to the announcement signed bym. .w mer oreign minister, as enera were driven back toward Cheni, 16
David Dubinsky, president of the prize is worth 158,000 Swedish kroner Commissar of the army. miles east of Soochow.
Freshman elections in all colleges ILGWU, "to discover what young col- (about $40,600). The official announcement gave no But heavy assaults brought the
except the engineering school will be I lege men and women are thinking Lord Cecil, a member of the House reason for his complete retirement' Japanese literally to the gates of
from 3:30 until 5:30 p.m. Tuesday,! about the questions involved in the I Lods d of t hn in frOm the government. He was re- Changshu and Kashing, northern and

Percy (Angel Face) Geary ended to-
day a feverish three day hunt for
three members of the O'Connell kid-
nap gang who escaped from the Non-
daga County penitentiary.
Patrolman Tom Lewis, acting on

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