THE MICHIGAN DAILY
I I - Impowsm
Rendezvous-A fter The Brawl Was Over
NEW INSURGENT ACTIVITY on
The general front was foreseen yester-
day after Rebel air-raiders bombed
Terancon, strategically important rail
junction on the Madrid-Valencia
highway. Extensive damage was
done to the city of 10,000 which is
but 50 miles southeast of Madrid.
GlEIARDO MACHADO, 68, once
'Cuba's dictatorial president but now
weak, old and ill, was arrested yes-
terday by Federal authorities. Want-
ed in his homeland on charges of
murder, embezzlement and other
Simes, the former president was said,
to be "critically ill," with death aI
His lawyer, who had offered to turnj
him over to authorities, declared he
was confident that Machado would
not be extradited.
DEXTER W. FELLOWS, most col-
orful and famous of American press
agents, died last night in Hattiesburg,
Miss., far from the big top he loved.
Almost a tradition in show-business,,
he was popular with newspapermen
who knew they could always count on
the angular, mustached Fellows for a,
story. L n o
FINIS WILL BE WRITTEN today
to the career of the Scottish farmer
lad who became Prime Minister as
jhead of the Labor Party he built,
Iwhen funeral services for James
Ramsay MacDonald are held in West-
minster Abbey. His ashes will be in-
terred at Lossiemouth, Scotland, his
Strong Picket Line Delays Greyhound
Are Hit By Bus
UAW's St. Louis Forces
Rally As Second Attempt
Fails To Halt Ford p'lant
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"between 10 and 25 per cent" since
A survey indicated schedules were
delayed at several cities.
"Philadelphia is the only point
where service is at a standstill," said
R. E. Cochrane, Geryhound spokes-
man. "The major schedules affect-
ed there are those between Phila-
delphia and New York."
"The strike here will remain 100
per cent effective," said James A.
Kearcher, Philadelphia strike lead-
er, "until our demands for job se-
curity are met."
Earlier, at a union "pep meeting,"
UAWA regional director Garst
shouted, "We're going to turn loose
one of these days. We're going to go
the limit in this strike. It makes no
difference how far we have to go."
The assembly plant's production
fell off, but operations were not
stopped Wednesday, when the strike
was called by the union. The union
claimed the company discriminated
against its members in hiring work-
ers after a seasonal lay-off, forced
employes to sign "loyalty" pledges,
and fostered a company union.'
The announcement of resumption
of production at Pontiac Motors
came after operations were resumed
at the local Fisher Body plant this
mntmicr ri, crira am toa~ ad
A striking Greyhound driver, standing in front of a bus in Cleveland,
delayed the *rehicle for over an hour when he refused to move. He later
crawled under the bus and dared police to dislodge him. The strike
affects eight Greyhound lines in 16 states.
Despite an abortive nutsch at a Munich beer cellar in November
in 1923, Hitler and his Nazi aides rose to dominate Germany. Now Der
Fuehrer revisited the scene to celebrate the anniversary. Here are
Hitler (left), Air Minister GoCering (hand on hip) and War Minister
von Blomuberg (extreme right).
Favorite German Tunes Re-echo
As Students LearnBy Singing
Texas Gas Fields Are Deemed
Logical Ann Arbor Fuel Source
It is not every professor who can
make his classes sing, but Prof.
Jonathon A. C. Hildner does this in
German 31. At 1 p.m. every Wed-
nesday he holds a singing section.
The teaching of German songs is
a valuable medium in enabling the
students to grasp the fundamentals
of the language more easily, Profes-
sor Hildner said.
Classes with this purpose in mindl
have been going on officially for the
last six years. :
"It isn't so much what the stu-
dents learn throu li singing but
what they absorb," Professor Hild-
ner said. He cited as an example an
alumnus' remark that the only Ger-
man he remembered after leaving
college was the songs he had sung in
Professor Hildner quoted Prof.I
John H. Muyskens of the speech de- I
paitment as saying that in order to
learn things, the muscles have to get PUBLIC APPEALS for blood dona-
into it. I tions from persons who had recov-
All types of songs are sung by the ered from Streptococcus Viridans
students-classical, folk songs and brought more than 1,000 offers from
even jazz according to Professor persons interested in saving Weston
Hildner. For some of them Profes- W. Fletcher, 28 years old, who is
sor Hildner takes poems studied in! critically ill of the disease. Physi-
class and composes the music to l cians have tried without success so
them himself. far to find a suitable blood.
Approximately 30 songs are sung I
at each weekly class meeting, he con- Millman Slayer Object
tinued. Words to the songs are writ-I
ten clearly on charts from which the_ Of Detective Search
students sing. In addition, mimeo-
graphed song books which have been I DETROIT, Nov. 26.-(lP)-Police
compiled by Professor Hildner are detectives back-tracked underworld
used. trails today seeking clues to the
Favorite songs of the students ac- Thanksgiving Day assassination of
cording to Professor Hildner are Harry Millman, reputed "last of the
"Zwei Herzen" (Two Hearts), "Die Purple Gang leaders."
Grenfadier," "Trink, Trink Bruder- Major clues centered around the
lein," "Schoner Gigolo," and "Du assassin's automobile and "tips" that
Schwartzer Zigener" (The Black Millman had attempted to "muscle
Gypsy). in" on Toledo, O., vice rackets.
(Continued from Page 2) welding where a high temperature mo ndya tr om eanresi
flame is required, is natural gas in_ Monday after Homer Martin, presi-
years. If however, Ann Arbor, Flint, ferior to the manufactured fuel dent of the United Automobile Work-
o tiand the other cities now eon- Aside from the immediate consefappealtothe r
templating securing gas from these quences, the network of pipes laidapeltthsrirsoevct.
fields do tap the supply, then this re- in securing natural gas is paving the
serve would only be adequate for way for central artificial sources in Tax Revision Aimed
three years. the future if the natural supply does
On the basis of a guaranteed Texas give out,. At Ending Recession
rate, gas can be sold in Ann Arbor New rates will be computed by a__
with a saving of 16 per cent. This formula known as the Washtenaw (Continued from Page 1)
figure is fairly definite being subject gas unit and expressed as: the heat-
only to export taxes. Michigan gas ing value of the natural gas, divided tions make it possible, raise wages.
can be obtained at a cheaper rate at by the heating value of the artificial "r
the wells, but the greater cost of pipe- igas, multiplied by the reading on the "3. Stimulate production and em-
lines would overshadow this saving. I meter, times a new rate to be estab- ployment in heavy industries by tak-
iine wold verhadw ths svmg lihedfor he atual rodct. ing measures to prevent postponement
If natural gas replaces the present lished for the natural product. of justifiable plans for plant ex-
type, all burners will have to be ad- This device will enable the meters pansion anSd purchase of new equip-
justed to using the higher B.T.U. that are now being used by the gas ment, and to encourage building of
supplying mixture, Professor Mc- company to be serviceable for the new all types.
Cready pointed out. If these adjust- fuel supply. "4. Prepare for prompt payment
ments are correctly made, then the -of unemployment compensation which
use of the natural product is trouble T.B. AUTHORITY DIES' begins in 22 states in January and
free. In comparatively rare cases DETROIT, Nov. 26.-UP )-Dr. will be an important addition to
t this may not be the case, he indicar- Henry J. Hartz, widely known as an workers' buying power.
ed. authority on tuberculosis, died here "5. Take measures to promote
In only a few instances, such as I today. He was 75 years old. business confidence.
East University and Oakland. Dial 3779.
Dr. Bernard Heller, Director.
3:00 P.M. - B'nai B'rith Auxiliary special
reception and program. Speaker-
Rabbi Leon Fram of Detroit.
8:00 P.M. - Open Forum.
Speaker: Professor H. M. Dorr.
Topic: "Why Are You in College?"
FIRST CHURCH OF CHRIST,
409 South Division Street.
Sunday morning services at 10:30 a.m.Sun-
' day school at 11:45 a.m.
Free public reading rooms at 206 East Lib-
FIRST METHODIST EPISCOPAL
Stalker Hall - Student Headquarters.
State Street between Washington and
9:45 A.M.-'Student class at Stalker Hall.
10:40 A.M.- Worship Service. Dr. Charles
W. Brashare's subject is "Your Leader."
6:00-8:00 P.M.- Wesleyan Guild meeting
and fellowship supper. "Music and
Worship" is the subject of Dr. Wm.
FIRST PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH
Meeting at Masonic Temple, 327 South
Rev. W. P. Lemon, D.D., Minister.
Elizabeth Leinbach, Assistant
E. W. Doty, Organist and Choir Director
10:45 A.M. - "The Ideals of God."
Sermon by the Minister.
5:30 P.M - Westminster Guild, student
o1m sunnr and fellowshin hour.
ST. PAUL'S LUTHERAN CHURCH
Liberty at Third
Carl A. Brauer. Minister
9:30 A.M. - Church School
9:30 A.M. - Service in German.
10:45 A.M. - The morning worship.
6:00 P.M. - Student Club.
ZION LUTHERAN CHURCH
(American Lutheran Church)
Washington Street and Fifth Avenue.
Rev. Ernest C. Stellhorn, Pastor.
9:00 A.M. - Sunday school.
10:30 A.M. - Service in English language,
with sermon by the pastor.
5:30 P.M. - Meeting of the student club
at Parish Hall.
FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH
512 East Huron.
Rev. R. Edward Sayles
Rev. Howard R. Chapman
10:45 A.M. - Sermon, "The Love that Per-
12:00 Noon - Student class.
6 P.M. Roger William Guild at the Guild
House, 503 E. Huron. Mr. Chapman
will speak on "The Church's Early
TRINITY LUTHERAN CHURCH
East William at South Fifth Avenue
Henry O. Yoder, Pastor.
10:30 A.M. - Church Worship Service
Are the Grave Old Seniors"
We're not sure where all of them are
but we do know that the wiser ones are
are making appointments for their
Ensian picture sittings. Why not take
five minutes to assure yourset of an
appointment before that last -minute
rush starts?: Drop in at one of the fol-
lowing studios TODAY
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