THE MICHIGAN DAILY wEmNEl
D~AY, DEC. -,1,3
oodellows Begin Campaign;
Five Needy Cases Are Described
ily's Edition Of Dec. 13 his wife whose illness is not yet defi-
Will Culminate Drive; nitely determined. He lost one job
; before he came to Ann Arbor, but,
,ioal Is Placed At $1,800 his spirit is not completely broken.
Already he is going ahead with his
(Continued from Page 1) ambitions to perfect for manufactur-
ing purposes a formula he invented.,
rage to get through this his last Some financial assistance will make
in high school and go on to the difference between joy and mis-
ege. He can only go to school be- ery.
Editor Defies Subpoena
9 Active T.B. Cases Found
Among 3,400 X-Raved
A sharp increase in injuries, par-
ticularly sprains over those of No-
vember 1936 accounted for part of
the "slight general increase of service
rendered" announced yesterday in
the monthly report of the Health
ervice. The increase was not at-
tributed to any particular sport or
Of, the 3,459 new entrants who
were given x-ray examinations, nine
were found to have active tubercu-
losis, 24 to have arrested cases.
IA decrease from 557 to 505 colds
was accompanied by an increase of
two pneumonia cases over last year.
There were 138 room calls and 180 in-
firmary patients, the number of the
latter rising gradually from 1935 to
1937. Figures in the higher brackets
include 2,276 laboratory determina-
tions, 12,865 dispensary calls, 1,393
physiotherapy treatments and 1,520
mental hygiene interviews.
Figures indicate that students are
becoming increasingly aware of
I sensitization examinations, as 1681
were given this year compared with
111 examinations given in 1936 and
85 in 1935.
KIWANIS COLLECTS $2,418
A record-breaking Kiwanis Club
collection for crippled children in the
University Hospital, $2,418 was an-
nounced yesterday. Out-state clubs
contributed $1,418 to the 1938 fund,
while the local organization collected
Boy In '07g Now He
A man expelled from the University
30 years ago, H. Elliott Stuckel, has
given the University complete radio
scripts for eight Shakespearean plays
broadcast this year by the Columbia
Broadcasting System, of which Stuck-
el is an official. The plays were pre-
sented to Dr. Randolph G. Adams. di-
rector of the Clements Library.
The manuscripts will be "of ines-
timable value to those studying the
widest flung thought and art of this
era," Prof. Waldo Abbot. director of
University broadcasting, said yester-
Manuscripts include "The Taming
of the Shrew," "Much Ado About
Nothing," "King Lear," "HenryIV,"
"Julius Caesar," "Twelfth Night,' "As.
You Like It" and "Hamlet.' Other
copies were given to Harvard Univer-
sity and the Folger Shakespeare Me-
morial Library in Washington.
SRA Committee Tryouts
Called To Report Today
Tryouts for the Administrative and
Activities committees of the Student
Religious Association are asked to re-
port between 3 and 5 p.m. today at
Students are needed to help with
routine matters such as secretarial
and publicity work and to help with
ALPHA DELTA PI
There will be a meeting of the
alumnae of Alpha Delta Pi tomorrow
night at 8 p.m. at the home of Wilma
Gwinner, 323 Thompson Street.
Stanford Professor riculum" at 3:30 p.m.Thursday in
Speaks Tomorrow sponsorship of the School of Educa-
Prof. Paul Hanna of the School of An active worker anal leader in the
Education of Leland Stanford Univer- Progressive Education Association,
sity will discuss "The Community ! Professor Hanna is the author of
Challenges the High School Cur- I"-Youth Serves the Community,"
MASONIC AUDITORIUM at 8:15 p.m. Tues., Wed. Dec. 14-15
DETROIT COL. W. DeBASIL'S
Ballet Russe de Monte Carlo
'rICKETS: $2.75-$2.20-$1.65-$1.10-83c Box Office: Grinnel's. TE 2-7100
We are Headquarters for SWANK JEWELRY-
Heartley V. Barclay (above), ed-
itor of "Mill and Factory," did not
appear at Steubenville, O., in an-
swer to a National Labor Relations
Board subpoena ordering him to
submit records at a hearing on
charges that the Wierton Steel
Company violated the Wagner Act.
WEDNESDAY, DEC. 8, 1937
VOL. XLVII.L No. 62
Student Teas: President and Mrs.
Rufhven will be at home to students
today from 4 to 6 p.m.
Closing hour for girls attending the
Sophomore Prom is 2:30 a.m.
Attention February Graduates andI
Graduate Students: Prospective re-
cipients of any degree or of a certifi-
cate in any special curriculum at the!
close of the present semester should;
immediately file an application for;
e degree or certificate desired,-
not later than Jan. 12 in any case.
Applications must be on a special
blank. With the exceptions noted
below application blank will be se-
cured and the application filed with
the Recorder or Secretary of the
school or college in which the stu-
dent concerned is enrolled. In the
cases of the Colleges of Literature,'
Science, and the Arts, and of Archi-
tecture, and the Schools of Music, of
Education, and of Forestry and Con-
servation the blank is to be obtained
and the application filed at the of-
fice of the Registrar, Room 4, Univer-
sity Hall. Application blank for the
Teacher's Certificate is to be ob-
tained and filed at the Office of thej
School of Education.
Your early cooperation will be
helpful. The filing of the applica-
tion involves no fee whatever.
Pre-medical Students: The Medi-
cal School will accept applications
for admission after Oct. 1, from stu-
dents who have completed three
years of pre-medical training and
=are pursuing the fourth year in an-
ticipation of obtaining an academic
degree. Application will be accepted
now from students of this group.
Choral Union Members: Pass tick-
ets for the Boston Symphony Or-
chestra Wednesday evening, will be
given out to all members of the
Choral Union in good standing who
call personally at the office Wednes-
day, between the hours of 9 and 12,
and 1 and 4. After 4 o'clock no
tickets will be given out.
Senior 'Aeronautical Engineers:
Blanks for preparing personnel ree-
ords of all senior students in the Ile-
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REMODEL LANE hIALL LIBRARY
Work on the remodeling of the first
floor of Lane Hall began this week'
and is expected to be finished by Jan-
uary. The library is being complete-
ly redone and will be equipped with
new books on religious and social sub-
jects. The lobby will be converted in-
to a lounge and furnished with new
chairs and rugs.j
v a __ - Direetory
WANTED FOR SALE
STUDENT wanted as night clerk in CHRISTMAS TREES that will sat-
Baltimore Dairy Lunch Store. Apply isfy. Fresh cut-assorted sizes. Log'
436 S. State. 209 Cabin station. Detroit and Division
RELIABLE lady wishes care of chil- St. _197___
dren afternoons and evenings. Call LOST AND FOUND
4736. References. 207
-_-LOST: Platinum ring set with three
DRESSMAKING: Alteration and diamonds, Saturday. Finder please
repairing. Expert alteration of knit
wear. Mrs. C. Walling, 118 E. Cath-Icall 5716. Reward 204
erine. Call 4726. 133 LOST: Gold link bracelet with Mich-
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Mrs. Howard, 613 Hill St. Phone l LOST: Brown zipper note-book in
5244. 3x Music School. Reward for return
CLOTHING WANTED TO BUY: Any of notes. Call 7526. 210
old and new suits, overcoats, at $3, FOR RENT
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Whether at be for week-end party or Junior Prom. .. a
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department store or men's shop is showing a wide selec-
tion of SWANK Dress Sets...Aids to Good Grooming.
packaged in jewel boxes, for wear with "Tux" or "Tails"
Ideal for gifts or for yourself.
C RISTMAS PLANS
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Careful work at low prices.
Read The Daily Classifieds
"Can it be done?"
...here is the
Seveal yarsago the question was raised: "Has the limit
been reached in the speed of drawing copper wire?"
Western Electric engineers, assigned to find the answer,
developed new methods and machines that did it three
times faster. With further study, they surpassed even
this record-twelve times the original speed! And the
product is lower in cost, higher in quality !
Aiming always for this goal-better and more eco-
Jest ten more days, and you'll be home for Christmas vacation'
But there's no need to wait until then to arrange vacation activi-
ties . . . to make Christmas plans. Telephone the folks and
your "back home" friends tonight after 7:00, or any time
Sunday, when long distance rates are lowest. Night and all-
day-Sunday rates for calls to several points are listed below.
For rates to other points, ask Long Distance (Dial 110).
3-MINUTE STATION-TO-STATION RATES
ANN ARBOR to:
Nights After 7:00
And All Day
LOS ANGELES, CAL.
MIAMI, FLA. ..
NEW YORK, N.Y.
SAULT STE. MARIE
TRAVERSE CITY .