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THlE M I C[HI CA N 1)A II4Y v aia v. u, xa

Books, Records,
Are Purchased
By hllelGroup
Weiss, Gladstone Funds
And Prof. Levi Furnishf
$150 For Volumes
A collection of new books and class-'
ical recordings has been purchased
for the Hillel Foundation this week,
Norman Keill, '38, librarian, and Ste-
ward Hirshberg, '38, chairman of the
music committee. said yesterday.
From the Louis Weiss Memorial
and the Alvin H. Gladstone funds andI
money donated by Prof. Emeritus I
Moritz Levi amounting to $150, non-
fiction, fiction and religious booksI
have been added to the library.
Among the fiction books are Meyer
Leven's "The Old Bunch," Lion!
Feuchtwanger's "The Pretender,"I
Leonard Ross's "The Education of'
Hyman Kaplan," James T. Farrell's
"Studs Lonigan," and three novels
of John Dos Passos.
"The Dreyfus Case," by Alfred and
Pierre Dreyfus, "Primitive Religions,"
by Paul Radin and "The Coming
American Revolution" by George.
Soule are includedton the non-fiction
$100 was appropriated from the
Hillel Student Activity Fund for the
purchase of records. Selections are
chosen to coordinate with the Choral
Union Concerts.
Records are used for the pop con-.
certs held at 2 p.m. every other Sun-
day and can be used by Hillel mem-
bers at any other time.
Records of the w:orks of Hayden,
Mozart, Brahms, Dvorak, Schubert,
Ravel, Rimsky-Korsakov, Beethoven,
Dohnan Yi, Wagner, Tschaikowsky,
Liszt, Sibelus and Ravel have been
added to the collection.
(Continued from Page 4)

President Leaves National Worries Temporarily At Least

5:30. All Methodist students and the Freshman Round Table Sunday, 1
heir friends are cordially invited. Dec. 5, 9:30 a.m. at the Michigan,
IUnion. All freshmen are welcome.I
Lutheran Student Club Members
must have their reservations for the A.A.U.W. International RelationsI
Lansing party in by Wednesday. Af-' Supper. Sunday, Dec. 5. Michigan!
te' Wednesday night no reservtions Union, 6 p.m. Prof. Preston E. James,
will be accepted. For reservations will speak on "Political Turmoil in
call Marguerite Groomes 9534 or Dor- Brazil." Call Union for reservations.
is Yoder 8347. Students and public welcome.
Friends' Work Camp: W. Elmore Faculty Women's Club: There will'
Jackson of Philadelphia, a member be a meeting of the Art Study Group
of the executive staff of the American! t the home of Mrs. Charles A. Sink,
Friends' Service Committee, will meet 1325 Olivia Avenue, Thursday, Dec.
with the Ann Arbor Friends (Quak- 2,at 2p.m.
ers) at a special meeting to be held , pm

mittee of Sophomore Cabaret at 4:15
p.m. Thursday in the League.
Entertainment Committee: There
will be a meeting of the Sophomore
Cabaret entertainment committee at
4 p.m. Thursday in the Undergrad-
uate Office of the League. Atten-
dance is compulsory.
Sophomore Hostesses: There will
be a mass meeting for all hostesses
of Sophomore Cabaret at 5 p.m.
Thursday in the League. It is very
important that all those who signed
up as hostesses should attend this

at the Michigan League on Wed- Michigan Dames: The Charm The Racial Equality Committee
nesday evening, Dec. 1, at 7:30 pm. Group meets Thursday evening, Dec. Progressive Club will hold a meeting
The purpose of the meeting is to dis- 2 at 8 o'clock at the Michigan League, in the Michigan Union Thursday,
cuss the possibility of establishing a t roo wl be aocedgn e Dec. 2, at 8:00 p.m. A general dis-
Friends' Work Camp project some- bulletin board. Dr Inez R Wisdom cussion of policy will take place, and
where in the southeastern Michigan will talk to the group on Marriage all members are urgently requested
region during the summer of 1938. relations. All Michigan Dames are to be present.
All interested are welcome at the cordially- invited. Professor Edward Scribner Ames,
meetCag.e Fhr lDepartment of Philosophy, Univer-
C Fencing Tournament: All men stu- Cee the Cere will be a sity of Chicago, will speak at a lun-
F"cn oraen:Almnsu meeting of the Cercle Francais cheon at 12:15, Thursday, Dec. 2 at
dents who have begun fencing for the Thursday evening at 8:00 in the che ThursdayUnec. at
first time this fall are invited to take Michigan League. Refreshments will p the Michigan Union. All faculty
part in The Novice Fencing Tourna- be free. persons interested in meeting him are
ment sponsored by Scimitar. The free._invited to attend. Sixty-two cents
competition will begin at 4:30, Dec. rper platPleasemake reservaions
1, in the auxiliary gymnasium of the.Druids: Members will leave from yeraplateUlaenaeresevation.
Intramural Building. To enter, pre-Rnight. Luncheon at Union Thursday
left to right: Col. E. M. sent yourself there at that time. The npHELLER TO TALK TO ROTARIANS
al R. H. Jackson; Relief first prize will be a foil. Members n .P n pe rd s Establishment of a home for the
td reH.sin Rseelt of Scimitar are requested to be pres- Crop and Saddle Ride: The regular Jewish people will be discussed by
ent to act as judges. ride Will be held Thursday at 5 p.m. Rabbi Bernard Heller at the Rotary
LMeet at Barbour Gymnasium. All Club luncheon at noon today in the
-esPolonia Literary Circle: All mem- those wishing to go will please call union.
bers are urged to be present at a spe- 741._________________
cial meeting to be held tonight, ,____7418.-- __
C 1 Wednesday evening at 7:30 p.m. in iFiedeSsonDr ii
Association Fireside Session: Dr.
Grapd Rapids Room in Michigan1 Edward Scribner Ames, noted Mn *
League Building. 1 ister and Professor of Philosophy at
K mIm Ithe University of Chicago, will lead!I
I rWULsFLs mr fan In informal discussion at Lane HaiCVr


Aboard the yacht Potomac at Miami, Fla., as it sailed for fishing waters were,I
Watson, military aide; Capt. W. B. Woodson, naval ai le; Assistant Attorney Genera
Administrator Harry Hopkins; Dr. Ross T. McIntire, tie President's physician; sea
and Secretary of the Interior Harold Ickes.

Five Crownless Kings Would
Their Last Car For A Real


Music Box Theatre, matinees Satur-
day and Thursday. Tickets are $1.10
to $3.30.
"Father Malachy's Miracle" play-
ing at the St. James Theatre, has
been characterized as a warm, kindly
and comforting play, so thoroughly
winning and completely likeable that
it should enchant almost any
theatre-goer. Al Shean, in the title
role, gives the little priest real dig-
nity and real sweetness, investing the!
part with a shy sort of nobility. Mat-
inees are Wednesday and Saturday.
"Amphitryon 38" as adapted by S.
N. Behrman from the French of Jean
Giraudoux has the incomparable
Lunts, Alfred and Lynn Fontanne, to
smooth over its rough spots and gen-
eral weak structure. The Lunts lend
a raciness and pithyness to the play
that carries it well along. Produced
by the Theatre Guild at the Shubert
Theatre. Seats are $1.10 to $3.30,
with Thursday and Saturday mat-!
The Theatre Guild has two more
plays on the boards that are meet-
ing with mediocre success. "Madame
Bovary," featuring Constance Cum-
mings in the version adapted by her
husband, Benn Levy, from the Gas-
ton Baty French dramatization of
the Flaubert novel, has little of Flau-
bert's genius in it. But as Emma
Bovary, Constance Cummings is said
to give the finest performance of
her career. And just as' Miss Cum-
mings is singled out for her brilliant
performance, Miss Ethel Barrymore,
playing in Sidney Howard's "The
Ghost of Yankee Doodle," has re-
ceived critical acclaim. And likewise,
Miss Barrymore's play met with a
cool reception. " Yet, John Mason
Brown deems it imperative to visit
the Guild Theatre and witness Miss
Barrymore give her finest perform-
ances since "The Constant Wife,"
several years back.
6:00-Tyson Sports
6:15-Dinner Music
6:45-Musical Moments
7:00-Amos 'n' Andy
7:15-Kottler Conducts
7:45-Sport Review.
8:00-One Man's Family
8:30-Lady Esther Serenade
9:00-Town Hall Tonight
10:0o-Hit Parade
10:45-Alistaire Cooke.
1130-Dance Music
12:00-Dance Music
6:00-Stevenson Sports
6:20-Victor Arden Orch.
£ :45--Clem. and Tina
7:00-Poetic Melodies
7:15--Hobby Lobby
7:45-Boake Carter
8:00-Cavalcade of America.
8:30-Eddie Cantor
9:00-Andre Kostelanetz.
9:30-Mary Roberts Rhinehart.
10:00-Gang Busters
10:30-Diesel Opportunities.
10:50-Wismer Sports
11:00-Headline Sports
11:15-The Beachcomber
12:00-Emery Deutsch Oreh.
6:00-Day in Review
6.15--Th Faetfinder

(By The Associated Press) fonso XIII of Sain, Prince Juan be_
All the "isms" n the world haven t came the Spanish royal family's heir
convinced monarchists that the old aprn hnbt i le rt-
days are gone forever, apparent when both his elder broth-
duys willngnowinmostca ers married commoners. Spanish
Quite willing now, in most cases, monarchists supporting G e n e r a 1
to listen to the voice of the people, Franco and his Insurgents in the civil
to recognize a constitution or to do Farcand4 rdJsr u
anything else within reason, a half war want 24-year-old Juan to return
dozen or more pretenders hiding out from England, as king if Franco
in Europe are ready at the drop of a wins. Juan has spent four years in .
scepter to grab a crown, the British navy and studied law In ( h
Their chances of being called upon 1935 he married the Infanta Maria of I 4
to do so range from virtual zero (in Bourbon-Sicily, a niece by marriage ,
the case of Anthony W. Hall of Lon- of the Duke of Guise.
don, who calls.himself King Anthony Haile Selassie fled from his Etho-I
I of England) to at least fair (in the pian empire in April, 1936, as Italian
case of young Otto of the Hapsburgs, armies pushed toward his capital at d
for whom some see events shaping up Addis Ababa. From his new home, a
to restoration in Austria). two-acre estate near London, the
Besides these pretenders, Europe former emperor said recently on his
supports several onetime monarchs 46th birthday that he had despaired
who show no signs of wanting their of regaining his throne. He clings,
old jobs back. There is the Duke of I nevertheless, to his title. Currently
Windsor, for instance, who only a he .js involved in lawsuits by which, it
year ago was King of England; and is id, he hopes to supplement his
aging Kaiser Wilhelm, apparently dwindling resources. A good many
content to chop wood in Holland and relatives are living off him in Eng-
leave Germany, to Hitler. land.
In the castle of Steenockerzel, near
Brussels, 25-year-old Archduke Fran-
cis Joseph Otto of Hungary main-+ R ovillain, Adams
tains an imperial court in exile and
hopes for his restoration to the Address Graduates
throne which Ws Hapsburg ancestors
held for eight centuries. Odds seem On French Lies
to be against his reigning over Hun-L
gary, but in Austria the monarchist
movement is strong and apparently Prof. Eugene E. Rovillain of the
has the good will of Chancellor von romance language department, spoke
Schuschnigg. Otto is a grand nephewh' on "Lettres Inedites de Beaumar-
of Francis Joseph, last emperor of I{chais" and Prof. Edward L. Adams.
Austria-Hungary.s also of the department, gave a paper
Austra-Hunary.on "Old French Mathematical Termi-
Pretender to the throne of France,'nOldy"enchaMen athclgrdut
the 63-year-old Duke of Guise, has nology', at a meeting of the graduate
students' Romance Language Club
issued a 5,000-word manifesto an- yesterday in Room 108 of the Ro-
nouncing his decision to "reconquer mance Language Building.
the throne of my fathers.'' Though fProfessor Rovillain discussed some
there was little to connect the twoss
events, his pronouncement was fol- unpublished letters of Beaumarchais
lowed next day by an announcement which are in the Clements' Library
that tde French secret police had un here. These were written at the end
covered widespread monarchist plot-- of his life when he became involved
tingradhodeprelikd mnhisyaplot-in a political intrigue which required
ting at home. Unlike many royal: the bringing of rifles from the en-
pretenders; the head of the Bourbons emies of France in order to give these
is a man of property. He owns weapons to the French republic.
castles in France and Belgium. Professor Adams traced the de-
Head of the house of royal Roman- velopment of the French vocabulary
offs and "Emperor of All the Rus- from the early Latin texts of the
Ssians" (by 1934 proclamation o twelfth and thirteenth centuries
White Russians living in France) is through old French to the language
Grand Duke Cyril. At 61, he waits in of today. She showed the attempt
Paris with fading hope to be called to discover and invent new words,
to the throne last occupied by his most of which didn't last.
cousin, Czar Nicholas, assassinated
in the revolution of 1917. He is, or
was at last report, supported in a RECIPROCAL TREATIES HIT
one-servant apartment by 7,000 WASHINGTON, Nov. 30.-(P)-I
francs a month from Dowager Queen Representative Woodruff told the
Marie of Rumania, sister of his wife House today reciprocal trade agree-
who died in 1936. 6ments were contributing to American
Youngest son of former King Al- surpluses and unemployment.
Classified Ads

(Continued from Page 4).
lave not paid should do so between
:30 and 5:30 p.m. any afternoon this
Stalker Hall: Open House and stu-
.ent tea this afternoon from 3:30-

c. oingEvents
International Relations Club
meet Thursday, Dec 2, at 7:30
at the Michigan League. The
ject for discussion will be "The4
flict in the Far East."

The Observatory Journal Club will,
meet at 4:15 Thursday afternoon,
Dec. 2, in the Observatory lecture
rcom. Miss Catherine Stillman will
talk on "The Eclipse Expedition to
the Soviet." Tea will be served at
Freshman Round Table: President
Ruthven will lead the discussion at


Thursday evening, eight o'clock. All
students are welcome. Students wish-
ing conference with Dr. Ames mayl
make an appointment at Lane Hall
for Dec. 1-2.
Publicity Committee: There will be
a short meeting of the publicity com-
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