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THlE MICHIGAN DAILY

FRIDAY, DEC. 17, 1937

Firing Of Professor Causes 'Situation'

Dr. Carey K. Ganong, economics professor at Kalamazoo College
received notification that his contract would not be renewed and 350
students at the college went out on strike. Dr. Ganong is shown here
with his wife and son, Donald. The president of the college, in view
of the student strike, has postponed the dismissal.
Accidents, Drinking And Fatigue
Called Great Vacation Hazards

F VENING PHA I)
PROG(RAMS
CKLW
P.M.
6 :00-lT rf Reporter
6:15-News and Sports.
6 :30-Exciting Moments.
645- Ray Keating Orch.
7:00-Northwestern High.
7:30-United Press Buielns.
7:45--Henry Weber Orch
8:00-Mary Jane Walsh.
8 :15-Charioteers.
8:30-Happy Hal's Housewarming.
! 400-Black Horse Tavern.
9:30--Juvenile All-Stars.
10:00-Dance Rhythms.
10:30-Musicale Moderne.
11:00-Canadian Club Reporter.
11 :15-Musicale.
11:30-Art Kassel Orch.
12:00-Guy Lombardo Orch.
12:30-Vincent Lopez Orh.
WXYz
P.M.
6:00--Day innReview.
6 :15-Factfinder.
6:30-Girl Friends.
6:45-Lowell Thomas.
7:00-Football Forecast.
7:30--Lone Ranger.
8:00-Grand Central Station.
8 30-Death Valley Days.
9:00-Varsity Show.
9:30-Tommy Dorsey Orch.
10:00-To Be Announced.
10:15-Paul Martin Orch.
10:30-Light Onera Company.
11:00-Lowry Clark.
11 :15--Sammy Diebert Orch.
11:30-Henry Busse Orch.
12 :00-Graystone.
12:30-Fletcher Henderson Orch
WWJ
P.M.
6:00-Ty Tyson.
6:15-Dinner Music.
6 :30-Bradcast.
6:45-Musical Moments.
7:00-Amos 'n' Andy.
7:15-Radio Extra
7:45-Sports Review
8:00-Lucille Manners.
9:00-Waltz Time.
9:30-True Story Hour.
10:00--First Nighter.
10:30-Jimmy Fidler
10 :45-Dorothy Thompson.
11:00---Newscast.
11 :15--Northiwood Inn Orch.
11:30--Dance Music.
12:00-- Webster Hall Orch
WJR
P-M
6:00-Stvenson Sports.
6:15-Melody and Rhythm.
6:30-George Jesse.
6:45-To Be Announced.
7:00-Poetic Melodies.
7:30-Victor Arden Music.
7:45-Boake Carter.
8:00--Hammerstein Music Hall.
8:30-Alice Faye; Hal Kemp Orch
9:00-Hollywood Hotel,
10 :00-Kitty Carlisle: Gus Haenschen
10:45-Headline Hour
11 :00--Goodfellow Program.
12:30-Ted Flo Rito Orch.
11:15-Week in Review.
11:45-Meditation.
Number Of Student
Colds On Increase
The number of students treated for
colds this week has increased far
above the normal amount, according
to a statement made yesterday by Dr.
William M. Brace, of the University.
Health Service.
Attributing this rise to the wet
and changeable weather of the past
week, Doctor Brace stated that it was
necessary to send some students home
early. The epidemic is not serious,
however, Dr. Brace asserted, noting
that thus far, no pneumonia cases
have resulted.
Give
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Facuilty Plans To Attend Varied
MIeetligs DUring Holiday Period
T. Hawley Tapping, general secre- an address on the subject of "Vocal
tary of the Alumni Association, will Quality,"
leave at noon today for a month's *
j circuit of alumni organization func- Prof. Walter A. Reichart, of thej
tions throughout the South. German department, will read a paper
Robert O. Morgan, assistant general on "The Significance of Shakespeare
secretary of the association, will also on the Work of Gerhart Hauptmann"
make a tour of alumni club meetings, at the annual meeting of the Modern
leaving on Dec. 28 for visits to cities Language Association, Dec. 28 to 30
of the Ohio district. in Chicago.
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Prol. Ernst A. Phillippson, of the
Prof. Henry A. Sanders, of the Latin German department, also will read a
epartment, president of the Amer- paper entitled "Germanische Reli-
an Philological Association, will de- gionsgeschichte."
ver the presidential address on "The Prof. Henry W. Nordmeyer, chair-
odex" on December 28 at the joint man of the German department, will
eeting of the American Philological attend as a member of the editorial1
ssociation and the Archaeological committee and editor of the German
istitute of America. The meeting section of the PMLA, publication of
ill be from Dec. 28 to 30 at Phila- the Modern Language Association.
elphia.______

Papers will be read by Prof. James
E. Dunlap, of the Latin and Greek
departments on "An Interpretation
of Virgil's Georgics II, 298-314"; by
Prof. Bruno Meinecke, of the Latin
department on "Ecloga de Calvis of
Hucbald"; by Prof. Arthur E. R. Boak,
of the history department, on "Fresh
Light Upon Guild Organization in
Graeco-Roman Egypt": and in titleB E T WSS
by Prof. Campbell Bonner, head of the
Greek department, and Herbert C.
Youti, of the Greek department, on
"Curse Tablets from Beth-Shan."
Prof. John G. Winter, of the Latin
department, and a member of the Ad-
visory Council of the American Acad-
emy in Rome, which meets in connec-
tion with the association, will also
attend.
and
Papers will be read by two Univer-
sity professors at the joint session of
the Symbolic Logic Association and
the American Mathematical Society
held Dec. 28 to 30 in Indianapolis.
Prof. Cooper H. Langford, of the
philosophy department, will read a
paper on "A Theorem on Deductibility
for Second-Order Functions" and I
Prof. Paul Hanle, also of the philoso-
phy department, "On the Categoricity
of tile Postulates for Boolean Alge-
bra."
Prof. G. E. Densmore and Dr. Wil-
liam P. Halstead, of the speech de- _
partment will attend the twenty-sec-
ond annual convention of the Na-
tional Association of Teachers of

Others from the Orman department
expecting to be at the tneetinpg are
Prof. Fred B. Wahr, Prof. Norman L.
Willey, Prof. Aloysius J. (1aiss, Jacob
Sudermann, Otto G. Graf, Pr'of. Jahn
W. Eaton and Philip Diamond.
The University of Michigan Club
of Chicago has asked the "Daily to
announce that a reception will be
held on Monday, Dec. 27 for all
Chicago men students of the Univer-
sity and their fathers.
The reception will be held in the
Club Dining Room of I the Mandel
Bros. Store. Besides present under-
graduates and their fathers, men
planning to enter the University will
be invited.
ITALIAN DINNERS
BY RESERVATION
Phone 958-W, Ypsi
Packard Road at Marion Ave.
Outside Ypsi

Automobile accidents, drinking and ren E. Forsythe, director of the Health
fatigue are the three great vacation i Service.
hazards for students, according to a] "Accidents occurring in transit
statement made this week by Dr. War- I contribute a large share to the antici-
pated hazards," Doctor Forsythe said.
"Students are in too great a hurry to
get home. It is disheartening for a
student from Harrisburg, Pa., to
I be forced to spend his vacation in a
Johnstown hospital because he failed
n to exercise a little care. There is
nothing the University can do to re-
move this hazard but to warn the stu-
TKCREAM dents that not only are they endan-
gering their own lives when they dis-
regard highway safety, but the lives of,
Special others."
Commenting on loss of self-control1
ER BRICK because of drinking, Doctor Forsythe
stated that not only do automobileI
it Stick Candy Cream accidents result, but in many cases,
venereal disease. Doctor Forsythe,
'realizing the prejudice of the public
Pr7 against the subject, nevertheless as-
p a serted that each year there are those
who return with a disease.]
23282 Students were reminded that vaca-
tion is an opportunity to rest, rebuild
- --- - vitality and regain weight. For the
doughnut - for - breakfast, dinner -
when-convenient type eater, it is a
chance to bring diet and schedule
f}1 a Ral back to normal, or even to exceed
'or a Real the normal in size of meals. Over-
eating is not one of the hazards feared!
New Y ear s by the Health Service, said Doctor
Forsythe.,
Commenting on the opportunity of-'
Eve fered by vacation for relaxation, Doc-
tor Forsythe added that the student
who has been used to studying into
rOZ2 the fun at amouS the small hours of the morning should
H LL IHEseize that opportunity to catch up on

bpeech Dec. 29, 30 and 31 in New York
City.
Professor Densmore, who is execu-
tive secretary of the association, will
preside at a special session concern-
ing public speaking and argumenta-

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Director Halstead will deliver

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Chiristmnas
'Holiday

extra Equipment will be added
to Train 52 Friday, Dec. 17th
ANN ARBOR to TOLEDO
(Lv. Ann Arbor - 3:02 p.m.)
and
SPECIAL TRAIN
will be operated Sunday,
Janouary 2, 1938
TOLEDO to ANN ARBOR
(Lv. Toledo - 7:00 p.m.)
to accommodate
University of Michigan students
Christmas Vacation
THE ANN ARBOR
RAILROAD CO.
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CHSRISTMAS
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GREETINGS

the Birdie?
YES, in spite of the cold weather, every day
there are a great many seniors who go to
the photographer's to 'see the birdie.'
BE SURE that you get in stride with the
rest of the Class of '38, for no Ensian Senior

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