THE MICHIGAN DAILY
SATURDAY, NOV.. 20, 1937
To Help LocateI
Hold Two Chicago Labor
Men For Questioning
She's Tops In Music
buildings is at all times inconvenientI
to other users of the drive and some
times results in positive danger toi
other drivers and to pedestrians on
the diagonal and other walks. You
are respectfully asked not to park
there, and if members of your family
call for you, especially at noon when+
traffic both on wheels and on foot isI
heavy, it is especially urged that the
car wait for you in the parking spacet
adjacent to the north door of Uni-
versity Hall. Waiting in the drive-I
way blocks traffic and involves con-
ft ci nn inrarvnianr nl d dni nnanI.
nese students who will have financial of the Women's Department of Physi- ber of the Detroit Baha'i Assembly, to hear Professor Maurer speak on
trouble in near future please fill the cal Education. and bases his talk oi a recent com- "Success: for What?" at the Fresh-
information sheets in Room 9. ----- munication from Shogi Effendi who man Round Table at the Michigan
University Hall before Nov. 25. Academic Notices is the head of the Baha'i Faith with I Union Sunday morning at 9:30. Fol-
The Bureau has received notice of the .iheadquarters in Haifa, Palestine. The lowing the talk, there will be discus-
following eaiain oa ak Bceilg iA (Laboratory
fllowing examination: Royal Oak o e ee ond, o public is invited to this lecture given sion groups led by upperclassmen.
Civil Service Board: Chemist in Sew- at 1:00 in Room 2552 East Medical under the auspices of the Bah'i Study__
age Disposal Plant; degree in Chem-Building Group. Faculty Women's Clib: The Book
istry or Chemical Engineering and ili sShelf and Stage Section will meet at
Each student should come provid-
one year's experience as chemist in ed with a $5.00 Hygienic Laboratory Events Today the home of Mrs. Milton J. Thump-
sewage treatment plant: open to Coupon procurable at the Treasurer's son, 1511 Morton Ave.. on Tuesday
reseidents of State of Michigan. Office. University Broadcast: 9-9:30 a.m. Nov. 23, at 2:45 p.m. Mrs. Claude
For further details, please call at !Oc.Jack and Joan Series. Professort Clark is assisting hostess.
the office, 201 Mason Hall; 9-12; 2-4. Mathematics 7: Beginning Mon Eichs Class.
University Bureau of Appoint- day, Nov. 22, my section (Section 1, German Tble for Faculty iem-
ments and Occupational In- 8 o'clock of Mathematics 7 will meet Coming Events bers: The regular luncheon meet-
formation. in Room 3010 Angell Hall instead of ing will be held Monday at 12:10 p.m.
in Room 24 East Hall as at present Freshman Round Table: All mem-! in the Founders' Room of the Michi-
The Educational Alliance invites Robert Gaskell bers of the Class of '41 are invited (continued on Page 4)
MINNEAPOLIS, Nov. 19 -U')--j; sui novei neaaGne
M A S .just as much when a person is sitting'
Labor unions throughout the nation in a car as when the car is parked
sent pledges of aid to union head- empty.
quarters here today as investigators University Senate Committee on
of the slaying of Patrick J. Corcoran Parking.
questioned two unnamed Chicago - --
men. The Automobile Regulation will be'
Police Captain William Forby an- lifted for the Thanksgiving holiday'
tounced that the stories of the men beginning at 12 noon on Wednesday,.
were being checked and that "they Nov. 24, until 8 a.m. on Friday, Nov.
will be. detained until we investigate 26. All cars brought into Ann Arbor
every angle." He said one of them for this period must be taken out be-
admitted striking Corcoran during a fore 8 a.m. on Friday, Nov. 26.
disturbance at union headquarters Office of the Dean of Students.
Corcoran, head of a five-state Driv- First Mortgage Loans: The Univer-
ers Council, was shot to death Wed- sity has a limited argount of funds
nesday night. to loan on modern well-located Ann
One clue apparently faded when Erna Sack, above, German col- Arbor residential property. Interest
authorities located the man who Ced- oratura now singing in the United at current rates. Apply Investment
ric Adams, newspaper columnist, said States, can reach C above high C. Office, Room 100, South Wing,
gave him the information on which University Hall.
he based his prediction ten days ago 1
that a Minneapolis labor leader Talk Given By Reichart Faut C
would be "taken for a ride" within . aculy, College of Literature, Sci-
two weeks. The tipster told police he At Hauptmann Affair ence and the Arts: Midsemester re-
ports are due today. i
overheard the prophecy in a loop Dr. Walter A. Reichart of the Ger- These reports are understood as:'
speaker. man department gave the main ad-, naming those students, freshman
Detective Captain James Mullen dress yesterday at the Hauptmann and upperclass, whose standing at
said police had discarded a theory Anniversary Celebration at the rnidsemester time is D or E, not1
that the labor leader was slain by a University of Wisconsin, where he merely those who receive D r E in
"professional killer." He opined a eiso-called midsemester examinations.
professional lspoke on Hauptmanns interests in Students electing our courses, but1
professional would have used a. shot- j'
gun or machine gun instead of a small Shakespeare. registered in other schools or colleges
revolver. The meeting, which began yes- of the University, should be reported
Still seeking clues in protracted terday and is to be concluded today, to the school of college in which they
iner-niosrife llen orred is in tribute to the 75th birthday are registered.
inter-union strife Mullen ordered de -
tectives to bring in for question two of Gerhart H. Hauptmann, German W. R. Humprhevs,
labor leaders who came here several dramatist, who is living today in Assistant Dean.
years ago. A number of others active Germany. ___
in union affairs here have been ques- Students, College of Literature,
tioned. Science, and the Arts: Courses
721T TI~T.T RELE.3ASED wa _ zra_-'- r_
applications for assistance from its
scholarship and loan funds for stu-
dents in Fine Arts, Architecture.cC
Aeronautics, Agriculture. Engineer- Little Symphony Orchestra. The'
ing, Philosophy. Science (particular- Little Symplony, Thor Johnson,
ly Chemistry), Social and Political conductor, will give an interesting
Economy, Anthropology, Philology, program, Sunday evening, Nov. 21,
etc. Preference is given to juniors. at 8:00 o'clock, in the Ethel Foun-
and seniors. Any one interested tain Hussey Room of the Michigan
should write to The Educational Al- League. No admission charge.
liance, East Broadway and Jefferson --
St., New York City. E i o
Exemption hygiene examination The Ann Arbor Art Association
for women will be given at 4:30 p.m. presents an exhibition of modern
Monday in the Natural Science Audi-
torium. This is the last time the test American and German water colors
will be given from the collection of the Detroit
Dr. Margaret Bell. Institute of Arts, in the North and
-- - South Galleries of Alumni Memorial
Bowling: The bowling alleys at the Hall, Nov. 11 to 24, inclusive. Open
Women's Athletic Building are open daily, including Sundays, from 2 to 5
_ __ .. _
"MEET THE MISSUS"
ANNE SHIRLEY VICTOR MOORE HELEN BRODERICK
during the' following hours:
Afternoons, except Saturday, 4:00
to 6:00. Saturday 3:00 to 5:00.
Evenings, 7:00 to 9:00.
Wives of faculty members who wishj
to reserve the alleys may do so at
hours when the alleys are not regu-
larly open. Such reservations should
be reported in advance to the office
p.m.. always free to students.
Public Lecture: Rosco Springstonr
of Detroit will speak at the Michigan
League next Sunday afternoon at 4
o'clock, on the subject "The Future;
We Face." Mr. Springston is a mem-
nuTTOi. £MLEY"1R R; dropped after Wednesday, Nov. 24,
ST. LOUIS, Nov. 19.-(P)-One of will be recorded with the grade E.
Bedaux To Meet the most popular players ever to Exception may be, made in extra-
wear a St. Louis baseball uniform ordinary circumstances. sucn as se-
W indsor In Parisi -Sunny Jim Bottomley-was out vere or long continued illness.
of baseball today. Bottomley, who';__
succeeded another baseball great. Sophomores, College of L.S.&A.:
LONDON, Nov. 19.-( P)-Charles I Rogers Hornsby, as manager of the Elections of courses for the second
E. Bedeaux today hurried from an revamped St. Louis Browns during semester must be approved during
Atlantic liner's gangplank at Green- the middle of last season, was given f the period from Nov. 22 to Jan. 28 in
ock, near Glasgow, toward London, his unconditional release. His dis- Room 9, University Hall. To prevent
Paris and a reunion with the Duke of charge left the Brownies the only congestion in the office of the coun-
Windsor, for whose postponed Amer-; major league club without a manager selors, individual post cards will be
ican tour he was to have been guide.!, for 1938. mailed daily to ,u small group of stu-
Bedaux said he expected to make dents. Each card will be dated seven
an "official statement" within three hzT days after the day of mailing. To be
days, presumably after he had seen DAILY FICIAL amJ t to a conference with a
the Duke in Paris. counselor, a student must present his
Bedaux and his wife made the' BTLTUET card not later than the date it bears.
Atlantic crossing on the steamship If he comes after this date an inter-
Duchess of Bedford as "Mr. and Mrs. view will be granted only if there are
Harold Jones"fr SATURDAY, NOV. 20, 1937 no others waiting at the office.
______VOL. XLVIII. No. 48 In order to make an intelligent se-
CO-OPS TO SEE FILMS Notice: Attention of all concerned, lection of courses each sophomore
A film showing cooperatives in Eu- #and particularly of those having of- should give careful attention to his
rope will be presented at the meet- tices in Haven Hall, or the Western next semester's elections before meet-
ing of the Ann Arbor Cooperative So- portion of the Natural Science Build- ing with his counselor.
ciety at 3:30 p.m. tomorrow at Lane ing, to the fact thwt parking of cars J. H. Hodges
Hall E.A. Walter
Hall. ~~in the driveway between these two A a ue
Chinese Students Attention:
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DRESSMAKING: Alteration and
repairing. Expert alteration of knit
wear. Mrs. C. Walling, 118 E. Cath-
ain C ll1 479A 133
CLOTHING WANTED TO BUY: Any
old and new suits, overcoats, at $3,1
$8, $25. Ladies fur coats, typewrit-
ers, old gold and musical instru-
ments. Ready cash waiting for you.
erine.uan qi. Phone Sam. 6304. 2x
ALL KINDS of typing done at reason-
able rates. Experienced. 535 LAUNDRY
Thompson. (House set back in
small court.) 182 EXPERIENCED laundress doing stu-
dent laundry. Will call for and de-
TYPING-Carefully and accurately I liver. 4863. 162
done. L. M. Heywood. 803 E. King- -.--- -- -
sley St. Phone 8344. 106 'AUNDRY. 2-1044. Sox darned.
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-IAT this year marks the hundred and
sixtieth anniversary of THE DECLA-
RATION OF INDEPENDENCE.
Ironically enough the LIBERTY BELL
that rang forth the birth of a new nation
was cast in Whitechapel, London, in the
year 1753 by Thomas Lister. Due to un-
usual brittleness it was necessary to twice
recast it. Contrary to general opinion the
bell did not crack while pealing forth the
glad tidings of Independence but while toll-
ing a knell for the death of Chief Justice
Marshall in 1835.
The young nation of 1781 was founded
on individual initiative and endeavor. It
has become the ,world's most prosperous
country by adhering to this principle that
the Liberty Bell heralded from its brazen
throat one hundred and sixty years ago.
HE MICHIGAN DAILY believes that in-
dividual initiative and effort as coordi-
nated by its heads is the cornerstone of effi-
cient service. It seeks to apply wherever
possible individual attention to the needs
of its readers and advertisers.
Since 1890 The Daily has been an integral
part of the University life. In that year
it became a student publication under the
Board in Control of Student Publications.
Its size and prosperity has grown with that
of the University and Town until today it
stands as one of the best college papers in
the country. The Daily is proud of its
University, proud of its Town, and cher-
ishes the esteem in which it is held.
The Miahigan Daily invites an inspection
of the unusual facilities it offers in the way
of news and advertising.
TODAY and SUNDAY
IAN HUNlER -"ANITA
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