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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

sAil"M?.?sV, Tex '. 11, 1937

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ulptor Angell In Blue Smock
Does Art Work For Unwersity
wks In Studio Designed reporter that the Scabbard and Blade
I H imef High IU n placque gets more scouring and more
'uu1e ig In attention than any of his other works.
Main Museums Building A
Rp ~ cA pii-

Police (J ther Evidence

Dish Washing

DAILY (FIC AT.

Education, and of Forestry and Con-
servation the blank is to be obtained

Wmi. W. Bishop, Librarian.
sell; ..a r pnaziial Engineers:

Working in a blue smock in the
rtistic atmosphere of a studio high
p in the University M seums Build-
ig, Carelton Angell, University
ulptor, chisels and molds the fig-
rines, heads and bas reliefs used onj
ariots parts of the campus.
Mr. Angell, who has been doing the
t work of the University for the
ast 4urteen years, planned his own
iy-lighted studio when the Museums
uilding was built in 1928. For night
ork with clay or alabaster Mr. An-
ell uses powerful blue lights.
In the studio are statues of such
ell known campus figures as Prof.
'illiam E. Hobbs and Dean Alice C.
loyd. There are a number of heads
i clay, plaster and marble and bas
liefs in bronze. Some of the statues
'e modeled from photographs, but
hen the subject is living, Mr. Angell
efers to model from life.
A bust of former Gov. Chase S. Os-
orne of Michigan just completed by
[r. Angell is now being cast in
ronze and will soon be placed on the
ampus. A bronze bas relief of Re-
nt Walter H. Sawyer has just been#
inpleted and is now in the studio.
Mr. Angell also does crayon draw-
g. In his studio are several char-
>al sketches of the University build-
igs at Sugar Island. .
Many of the scientific exhibits on
.splay in the Museums have been
:ulptured by Mr. Angell. On thei
itside of the Museum Building are
ght heads done by him, representing
irly American scientists. Mr. Angell
,so sculptured the Kirk Placque atI
ost Field House, the bronze tablet on
ie Engineering Arch and the Scab-
ard and Blade tablet in the middle1
the campus. The sculptor told this
'rosh Roundtable
Meets Tomorrow
The fifth Freshman Roundtable
be devoted to a discussion of sub-
ts brought up at previous meet-I
gs, will be held at 9:30 a.m. to-1
orrow in the Union.
Faculty members spoke on per-
nality, success, right and wrong
nd religion and education at the
rst four roundtables and tomor-
w's meeting will give students an
pportunity to discuss these subjects
ore fully. Upperclassmen will lead
scussion groups.

Gifts Totaling
Over_$32,000
Continued from Page 1)
Charles Baird of Kansas City, Mo. for
the marching band, and $100 was
given by him for children in the hos-
pital for Christmas,
The National Council for Mental
Hygiene gave $400 as a quarterly pay-
ment on $1,600 made possible by the
Supreme Council of 33rd Degree Ma-
sons to continue research in dementia
praecox.
Francis C. McMath gave $150 for
the Lake Angelus Astronomical Loan
fund, $123.84 was given in September I
and $107.28 now by the Board of Gov-
ernors of Adelia Cheever for the Mary
Goddard Loan Fund and $100 wasI
presented by Dr. Delphine Hanna of
Castile, N. Y., for the Medical Me-
morial Loan Fund.
Percival C. Lowery, '10, of Detroit
gave $100 to establish the P. S. Low-
ery Award in complete denture pro-
thesis for 1937-38. Twenty-five dol-
lar gifts were made by Mrs. Julia#
Weiscotten for the Ann E. Shipman
Stevens Fellowship Fund and ClydeI
Leavitt, assistant dean of the New
York State Forestry School of the
Filibert Roth Memorial Loan Fund.
Twenty dollars was giveni by the
class of 1927 of the literary college
ito establish a Literary Loan Fund as
part of the ten year class program.
The executive committee of the
j Michigan Child Guidance Institute,
which was created by the State Legis-
lature this year, was appointed. They
are Dr. Edward. W. Blakeman, coun-,
selor for religious education, Prof.
Charles C. H. Griffitts of the psychol-
ogy department, Prof. Howard Y. Mc-
Clusky. of the education school, Prof.
Willard C. Olson of the education
school, Prof. Raymond W. Wagner of
the medical school and Prof. Lowell
J. Carr of the sociology department is
an ex-officio member.
The resignation of Dr. Lewis J.
Yglesias of the medical school was
accepted.
Sabbatical leaves were granted to
Dr. Margaret Bell of the Health Serv-
ice from now until the end of the sec-
ond semester, and Assistant Prof.
George M. Bleekman of the engineer-
ing school for the second semester.

((( Ir i4ij ~ and the application filed at the of- Blanks for preparin Personnel re -
In Restaurants BUL ETINfie of the Registrar, Room 4, Univer- ords of all senior students in the De-
sity Hall. Application blank for the partrment of Aeronautical Engineer-
Teacher's Certificate is to be ob- ing are now available in the Depart-
TO .e ecked sANRD{tC. in, 1937 eaid and filed at the Office of the nent Office, Room B-47 East Engin-
. School of Education. ecring Bldg. These forms should be
Continued from Page 1) Faculty, College of Engineering: Your early cooperation will be secured and filled out by all seniors
Fiske continued, iave thus far been The second adjourned meeting of helpful. The filing of the applica- who expect to gradu t~ in February,
"eminently satisfactory." this faculty for consideration of tion involves no fee whatever. June. or August. 1938. In the case
"y athy r d nof students who expect to graduate in
"Although sanitary conditions are changes in programs of Civil and City of Detroit Civil Service Exami- February, is is urgently requested
obviously not perfect, still the im-; Aeronautical Engineering will be held nations: Examinations for playleader, that their records be handed in be-
provement has been most marked. on Tuesday, Dec. 14, at 4:15 pm. swimming instructor, and lifeguard fore the beginning of Christmas va-
Many eating places have purchased for both men and women in Detroit'; cation on Dec. 17. A sample form in-
the equipment without which sanita- Room 348, West Engineering Bldg. proper will be held Dec. 21 and 22. dicating the kind of information de-
tion is impossible. The improvement ---Applications must be on file in De- sired is posted on the Aeronautical
is especially marked," Dr. Fiske said, Sophomores. College of L.S.&A.: trait Dec. 14 and 15. Engineering Bulletin Board.
"in several restaurants on and near Elections of courses for the second Applican''s must be at least 20 years
the campus." semestzr must be approved during1 and six months of age and be resi- Studcrits wIt, left tickets at the
In a move' further to assure sani- the pcri:d from Nov. 22 to Jan. 28 in dents of the City of Detroit for at Union football ticket exchange desk
tation Dr. Fiske declared that all Room . University Hall. To prevent least one year. "This is, positively, during the last football season are
iestaurants not having adequate congestion in the office of the coun- the only opportunity for college stu- asked to call for their money or
equipment for hot water dishwash- selors, individual postcards will be dents to obtain summer employment tickets at the Union desk immed-
ing will be required to rinse their mailed daily to a small group of stu- as Playleaders in Detroit for 1938." iately.
glasses in a chlorine solution. This dents. Each card will be dated seven Further information may be ob- Girls desiring iO be in the Girls'
regulation is in line with a state law days after the day of mailing. To be tained at the University Bureau of Ap- Cooperative House second semester
which thus far has not been stren- admitted to a conference with a pointments and Occupational Infor-
uously enforced. counselor, a student must present his mation, 201 Mason Hall. ua apply for membership by filling
out applications before Dec. 13. Ap-
The most important factor in this card not later than the date it bears. Tgyn
connection appears to be the awak- If he comes after this date an inter- To Students Having Library Books plications may be obtained at the
ening realization by the public to the view will be granted only if there arei1. Students having in their posses- office of the Dean of Women, or at
importance of demanding clean food no others waiting at the office. ion books drawn frm the University the Girls' Cooperative House, 517
and utensils. "One rebuke from a In order to make an intelligent se- oibay are notified that books are due
paton carries more weight than 15 lection of courses each sophomore Monday, Dec. 13,- before the impend-
inspections by heath officers," Dr. should give careful attention to his ing Christmas vacation, in pursuance
Fiske said next semester elections before meet- of the University regulation: Graduation Recital: Rachel Lease
ing with his counselor. "Students who leave Ann Arbor for of Great Falls, Mont., a student of
I. H. Hodges more than a week must first return all Palmer Christian, will give an organ

A husky DearL orn policeman is
shown here with a bundle of Unit-
ed Automobile Workers union
newspapers which led to 60 ar-
rests as union workers attempted to
distribute them at the gates of the
Ford Motor Co. All arrests were
peaceful.
Wale rman li oser H
For Revising Bible
Prof. Leroy Waterman, chairman
of the Oriental Languages depart-
ment. has been appointed to the Old
Testament section of the Committee
on Revision of the American Stan-
dard Version of the Bible.
Revision of the Old Testament,
which will begin immediately and
will take five years according t esti-
mates, will embody the best results

Joan And Jack' Series
To Be I'eardl Again Tolay
Episode eight in the serial, "Joan
and Jack at Michigan," will be broad-'
cast at 9 a.m. today from Morris
Hall with Morlye Baer, Grad., an-
nouncing. Nancy Schaefer, '39 and
Robert Corrigan, '38, will again play
the leading roles, with a supporting
cast of students from Prof. Waldo'
Abbot's class in radio broadcasting.
The broadcast at 5:45 p.m. today1
will be devoted to a talk by Dean
Russell W. Bunting of the dentistry,
school on "Dentistry as a Life Call-
ing." This is another in the School
of Dentistry series heard each Sat-
urday at the same hour.

E. A. Walter
A. Van Duren

borrowed books."

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Attention February Graduates and'
Graduate Students: Prospective re-
cipients of any degree or of a certifi-
case in any special curriculum at the'
close of the present semester should1
immediately file an application for'
the degree or certificate desired,-1
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!

Books needed between Dec. 13 and!a 15 o'clock, uditoium.
the beginning of vacation may be The general public is invited.
retained upon application at the
charging desk. Exhibitions
2. Failure to return books before the
vacation will render the student liable Ann Arbor Art Association presents
to an extra fine. a double exhibition: Prints - from
3. Students remaining in town may Durer to Derain; and a Survey of the
charge and renew books fcr seven-day Michigan Federal Arts Project-
periods beginning Dec. 13. Drawings, Photographs and Sculp-
4. Students leaving town who have ture; in the small galleries of Alumni
urgent need for books during the Memorial Hall, Dec, 3 through 15;
vacation period will be given permis- daily, including Sundays. 2 to 5 p.m.
sion to take such books with them,1
provided they are not in general de- Events Today
mand, on application at the office of tBrod : 9-9:30 a m
the Superintendent of Circulation. overs titred on Page 4 m

graduation recital, Monday, Dec. 13

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Continuous: 1:30 to 11:30
SATURDAY and SUNDAY

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WANTED

NOTICES

'f modern scholarship and will bf
se GRADUATE student and wife desire TYPING--Carefully and accurately
written in the style of the King apartment for January only. Must done. L. M. Heywood. 803 E. King-
James version, have reply today. Phone 8840. sley St. Phone 8344.
rcfessor Waterman is expected to
revise Genesis 31 to 45 by March 15. RELIABLE lady wishes care of chil- MODERN Beauty Shoppe - Week
Dr. J. P. Moffat of the Union The- dren afternoons and evenings. Call Special Fitch or Drene shampoo and
ological Seminary will coordinate 4736. References. 207 finger wave with lemon ring. 50c
material of the Old and New Testa- End permanent $1.00 up.
ment.-DRESSMAKING: Alteration ared__
repairing. Expert alteration of knit LOST AND FOUNDl

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A wonderful journey back through the avenue of time -
A glimpse of Yesterday as an example for Tomorrow -
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SENSATIONAL-DIFFE EN! Selected
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GIFT
' SUGGESTIONS

These Ann Arbor merchants
make the- following timely sug-
gestions to you in hopes of making
your shopping problems easier.
Read th'is column to solve your dif-
ficulties.

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REMEMBER him this Christmas with
a Schick Shaver from Swift Drug
Store. 340 S. State.
AN IDEAL GIFT for him this Christ-
mas-a Packard Shaver. For con-
venience and comfort in keeping up
appearance they can't be beat. Swift,
Drug. 340 S. State.
PIPES, humidors, lbs. and half-lbs.
of tobacco. Purex dealer. Carlson
Drugs. 1112 S. University.

For Everyone,-.-.
CHRISTMAS decorations. T r e e s,
wreaths, laurel roping. Prompt serv-
ice, low cost. We make fraternity
emblems to order. Call us, phone
5616. Harris Seed Store, 215 S.
Fifth Ave.
FOUNTAIN PEN SETS. Candy, Gil-
berts-Johnston. Carlson Drugs. 1112
S. University.
For Mother ...
GIVE a piece of exceptional pottery
for Christmas. University Flower!
Shop. Opposite Michigan Theatre.
For The Home...
BOOKS, furniture, glass, china, jew-

wear. Mrs. C. Walling, 118 E. Cath-j
erine. Call 4726. 133!
TYPING, neatly and accurately done.
1?Mrs. Howard, 613 Hill St. Phone
5244. 3x
CLOTHING WANTED TO BUY: Any!
old and new suits, overcoats, at $3,
$8, $25. Ladies fur coats, typewrit-
ers, old gold and musical instru-
ments. Ready cash waiting for you.
elry. Sheffield candlabra, and trays, Phone Sam. 6304. 2x
brass, prints. Webster desk, melo-
deons, dulcimer, three-piece 17th LAUNDRY
century furniture, spinning wheels. AUNDRY. 2-1044. Sax darned.
Antique and Book Mart, Chamber Careful work at low prices.
of Commerce Bldg. 203 E. Ann. Careful__rk ______
F r--h--~ -~ -~- FOR SALE
Fo T e F ENiy* * -* FOR SALE: Tuxedo worn only a few
times. Size 36 or 37. Call after 3 at
MAKE YOUR DINNER a banquet by 6
serving Marvelous Frozen Vege- _26 216
tables and Fruit and McDonald's CHRISTMAS TREES that will sat-
'tasty "Ann Arbor's best ice cream." isfy..Fresh cut--assorted sizes. Log
New crop selected nut meats and Cabin station. Detroit and Division
candied fruits at attractive prices. St. 197
1039 S. Main St. Phone 2-2553. -

LOST: Pair of shell-rimmed glasses
last week near campus. Reward.
Call G. Weissman, 2-3119. 217

HANDKERCHIEFS- 25c boxes.-
Christmas greeting cards, 5 for 51
cents. 2 for 5 and 5 for 5 cents-I
all prices. Wrapping materials, at-
tractive designs. Tree ornaments,
tree lighting sets. Kresge-Corner
State and N. University.

FOR RENT
APARTMENT: Southeast section.
Modern, 5 rooms, bath, porch, ga-
rage, heat, janitor service. Phone
0507, evenings 5107. 211
Read The Daily Classifieds

TODAY!

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TODAY at 2-4-7-9
Continuous Tomorrow!

f the World
. . . but it's for
"two weeks only!
HE WAS A CABARET SINGER
...set by luck in a
mountain Paradise ... but
in her heart she knew she
didn't belong! Deeply
human is lovely Joan's
great new hit ... tinged
with laughter, but what a
heart-throb!

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