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N [)liar, DEC. UP, 1937

lhna Sympathizers U.S. Diesel Schoo
To Sift Jap Boyeott A 11-

i T I till 1. U7,11 Itt I RICAU/ ivi

The China Conference, composedr

of organizations interested in aiding; Diesel engine schools in this coun-j
China will meet at 3:30 p.m. today try are turning out more men trained
in Lane Hall to discuss methods of in maintenance work than industry
making the local boycott against can at present absorb, Prof. Edward
Japanese-made goods effective. T. Vincent of the mechanical engi-
neering department said yesterday.
The Conference is urging consum- i
ers to avoid buying Japanese goods A countless number of men who
such as silk garments, toys and have taken courses in these schools
suc a sik armnt, tys areuredaway every day by large
Christmas tree bulbs. Lisle stockingsar diesel companies, he continued. Grad-
and rayon and synthetic silk are sug- uates of such institutions are little
gested as substitutes. utso uhisiuin r ite
more than diesel mechanics, having
had virtually no work in the theory
PHI KAPPA PHI MEETS of the engine. It should be under-
Prof. Roy S. Swinton of the engi- stood that some of the schools do offer
neering mechanics department will good instruction and are actually
represent the T lichigan chapter of seeking to give a true education in
Phi Kappa Phi, national honorary this field, he said..
society, at its convention Dec. 27 and "There will be more places in the
28 in Indianapolis, Ind. future for these men, though, because

os Overproduce ASRA Sponsors ProgressivesClements Library Exhibits Maps
en, V ncent Says Firs (> roiSeitI IDelegttes A new ttexhibit, "lii Majesty's) Among the nmazs of particular in-
r 3 Defense in North America," will be terest is one of Charters Bay from
r ~ ) 1j f A~IT iiet on display for several months at the the papers of Lord George German
the number of uses to which the deisel A t :15. .eAoU M eettLdClementsLibrary,Lfeaturing maps of and e of Lake Champla
engine can be put is increasing very British ports and possessions be- and one of the Lake Champlain do-
rapidly. Its introduction as a sub- In spite of the fact that plaster- The Progressive Ciu will send 10 fore the American Revolution. They main between 1775 and 1779. There
stitute for the gasoline motor is a gs non-voting delegates to the American' are all original, manuscripts, hand is a plan of a proposed citadel which
logical move toward conservation of ing and geneal renovations stilln Student Union Convention Dec. 27 to drawn by British engineers with wa- was to have been erected at Cape
our rapidly depleting crude il supply. progress have left its walls somewhate31 at Vassar College, Poughkeepsie, ter colors. Diamond, drawn by Capt. Samuel
"The deisel is the most efficient bare and bits of plaster are still NY Most of the diagrams consist of Hillard
engine now in use. When it is em- scattered throughout its rooms, Lane Norman Thomas, Socialist leader
ployed as a substitute for a gasoline Hall will reverberate to the hearty will speak on "Peace, What Roadf mound plans of forts, with personal There are also a few maps drawn
d as a sbti r girn strains of 'Hark the Herald Angels lmea?" on PeseWt Rd discriptions by famous army officers during the Revolution, showing the
engine in a motor vehicle it will runstanofHrthHeldAgs America?" and President H. N. Mac- of the day. Most of these frts were American defenses. One of these is
twice as far per unit of fuel. With Sing" and "God Rest Ye Merry Cracken of Vassar College will open l the viciit of etot and amplan fene . Gae ofotifying
hedvlmetoanegncm-Gentlemen" as the first Student Reli- iec m o ih ako C r cated in the vicnity of Detroit and a plan of General Gage for fortifying
the development of an engine com- Gnlm "astefrtSuntei~the convention with a talk on "Cur- Upper Michigan. They were built to{ Beacon Hill, the site of the resent
bining the best principles of the deisel gious Association carol sing gets un- rents and Cross-Currents in Ameri- encor a isheries. i State capitol in Boston.
and gasoline engines, more than three der way at 8:15 p.m. today. can Education." urage fi
times as great a distance can be run The party is being held under the Delegates from all over the country
in a motor vehicle per unit of fuel," auspices of the SRA, but all those will meet to discuss peace, political p =inur- u VALUS
Professor Vincent said. who feel like getting together for a actin, cooperatives, labor and other MAVELLUU VALUES i3
"If and when the crude oil resources good sing and a cup of chocolate and subjects. A special commission for
do give out, the diesel will be able friendly conversation around the college newspaper editors is planned
to employ vegetable oils as fuels open fireplace at Lane Hall are in- for Wednesday.
which can be produced year by year as vited, said Kenneth W. Morgan, di- An operetta describing the exploits
they are used. The tropics offer theI rector of the Association. of the "Marxist Brothers" will follow
best opportunities for such produc- Prof. David Mattern of the music a banquet Wednesday. A Christmas
tion. The processes needed to utilize school, conductor of the men's glee Party and dance will be held after the
these vegetable oils as fuels," he said, club will lead the singing. Mr. Mor- operetta.
"will be developed long before there is gan said that this was the first time During the convention the Vassar
any pressing need for them. the SRA had undertaken any such gmnasium will be open to the dele-
"A second source of fuel in case the project at this season of the year. gates and the library will be avail-
crude oil supply is exhausted is our able for research.
vast fields of bituminous coal de-----
posits. Should all the coal that is now sy;}>k
being used in this country be dis- O rgan Student t..-
tilled, enough fuel could be obtained"o
to supply the needs of industry, the To G ve OCi
internal combustion engine and do- \ 7
mestic heating." R *ie on/I1/
Another field which may in the fu- 1 e O fli ) >
ture absorb some of the graduates of____
the diesel schools is that of power gen-
eration in small plants. Numerous Rachel Lease, senior organ major inE
hotels and small factories in New York the School of Music who has done
City have begun to generate their own special woik under Palmer Ch iistraI
electrical power with diesels. This University organist, will appear
unexpected competition has brought graduation recital at 4:15 p.m. to-
a drastic reduction in the rates of morrow in Hill Auditorium, playing
electric utilities. More than 300 plants ieze emoria rgan.
of this nature have been established According to Charles A. Sink, pres-
during the last several years. ident of the School of Music, Miss
Lease has made an excellent record o Prepare for a secretarial I



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For Information - Call MISS JONES at 2-3241

JUST DASHING IN and dashing
right out again! Just got time to
jot down a few notes on the latest,
- smartest, most wonderful find of
the Christmas season. Been peek-
ing into all the campus stores -
and really you've no idea how easy
shopping is going to be this year -
everything is so perfectly tempting!
Just'as a starter, you should see
the adorable hankies that SARAH
ROGERS (you know, the little
shop on south U. in the Rogers
Men's Store) has picked out as
items on the gift list ... the most
original novelties ... cute colored
linens with yarn dogs in the cor-
nerq, 'wishing well" prints, colored
bead decorations, tiny buttons, and
qne in particular - a plain col-.
ored linen, 'cornered" by tinyfluffy
tassels - it may sound odd - it is
different - but so very cute!
thrill at -the very thought of an
exotic perfume beneath the tissue
and ribbons! Perfumes are always
welcome ... always wished for ...
let's give satisfaction to the sophis-
ticated aldies this year. Now
complete line of the most enchant-
ing perfume that you can imagine
- what will it be-Lentheric's in-
imitable Tweed (it comes in vari-
ous set combinations), Guerlain's
new alluring "Vega," Dorothy
Gray's "Elation," or there's always
Chanel - a set of three would be
just the thing - Russian Leather,
No. 5, and Glamour - vice versa,
or several other combinations. Are
you getting the idea?
* * *
CHECK them off as you go! The
list may seem a little lengthy at
this point, but with a few more
hints, we'll be well under way. Next
on the list, I see something for the
feminine type - that's .easy! I
suggest the KESSEL'S CAMPUS
SHOP for this little old item. What
say to a satin nightie? Just look
in their window in the Arcade and
your heart will be sold on the gor-
geous dusty-pink tailored satin. It
is really very, very ultra .. . and
so very feminine in fact it would
thrill anyone on Christmas morn-
ing. Then there are any number
of stunning satin pajamas-lace
trimmed or tailored, in the most
heavenly shades imaginable. A
good idea!
ALONG the same line-may I
suggest more lingerie-very lacy
and satiny for the dainty little gal
-and the tailored and satiny for
the others-and that covers a lot
of territory, so let's concentrate
a while on the COLLINS SHOP.
PENS and
A large and choice assortment
of leading nationally advertised

Lovely slips and panties are defi-
nitely in order this Christmas, es-
pecially for all the lovely ladies
who simply 'adore" lovely things
(repetition for emphasis). Shall
we check off sister, roommate, cou-
sin and mother. Now this IS prog-
That's only natural! ; I just came
from the DILLON SHOP - yep,
been poking around along the
sweater counter and here's the tip!
Give her a soft, pastel angora
sweater this year. Can't you pic-
ture it, tied with a big red ribbon.
There's the Sonja Henie style that
is very new-angora-in powder
blue, coral, aqua-doesn't it make
your mouth water?-long or short
sleeves-really anything in the line
of sweaters. And incidentally, you
might spruce up your fall clothes
with a "topper"-a draped vest ef-
fect in either velvet or metal cloth
. . . we won't be extravagant and
yet be all dressed up for the Christ-
mas Holidays !
means loads of parties and much
festivity-see the old gang again
and what not. So why not give
yourself a treat too in this season
of giving, by having Mrs. Di. at
fix you up along the "hair line."
A new peramanent would be just
the thing to make you all the love-
lier for that gay round of parties.
So-the time out between those
shopping tours and get all set for
a Merry Christmas! Your budget
can stand it too, 'cause Michigan
girls are clever fixers. Right?


in both organ and allied studies. Her
Banquet Will Fete program will include: "Andante," by
Stamitz; "Largo from Concerto in D
Union's Employes minor," by Vivaldi-Bach: "Prelude
and Fugue in B minor," by Bach;
"Chorale in A minor," by Frank;
Approximately 400 employes of "Schertzetto," by Vierne; "Andante
the Michigan Union will attend the Contabile from First Organ Sonata."'
employes' banquet at 8 p.m. tomor- by James; "Prelude," by Samazeuilh;
row in the main ballroom of the and "Chorale in D minor," by An-
Union, according to Lindley Dean, driessen.
head waiter, in charge of prepara-
Although banquets have been held Kraus Goes To Syracuse I
for Union employes almost yearly,
they have previously been depart- For TeTingTrend Talk
mental affafrs. This year, for the D
first time, the banquet will include Dean Edward H. Kraus of the lit-
all departments and will be attended erary college will leave tomorrow for
by both student help and regular Syracuse University where he will be
^mployes. For those who must neces- the principal speaker at a faculty
sarily work tomorrow night, said and trustee dinner Tuesday in honor
Stanley G. Waltz, general manager of the University's new chancellor,
of the Union, there will be another William P. Graham.
banquet at 7 p.m. Tuesday in the Dean Kraus will speak on "The'
Rumsey House dining room. Nineties and Now In Higher Educa- !
tion," outlining some of the move-
Liquor license fees from the state ments that were developed in the

or accounting

position at

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to the amount of $11,985 were re- nineties which are a part of our edu-
ceived by Washtenaw county's town- cational system today. Dean Kraus
ships and cities between May 1 and was graduated from Syracuse Univer-
Nov. 1. sity in 1896.
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