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January 11, 1938 - Image 6

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Black Legion
I s IDiseussed

Edsel Ford A ppears At Rail Hearing

Detroit Group Is TermedRR
Most Recent Outbreak
Of VigilanteNativism I
The Black Legion was the most re- -
cent outbreak of the vigilante nlatiy-
ciolog det ent tol a U stud n
grouptv Suda ight at esrm Untrian
Chh herehrd a aegru o "A s*
mocialpsyoogcal hyitrpa ion of p a sss e
the Black Legion." oprd ihi e
Mr. ke rs, ind"ntvh m as the lxa
colict cred tonrbyecetain grurps s a is i
fastivetewhineyProtsestantts against
what tey rear asrgu "alin group- of
cultuPoulton re elmnsuadsi ta e i
moe ponouned phyicaln von of!dt a mbl nut nHny
theglackeionsm scomared with! d a getdb eatrCyeL erigo oawhnh per
foLeson inbra inr troan inte-; h eaeRilCmiteh in nWsigo.
nationalgreations. hepole r
MrigranPopulations A90re mule
"Anoftheakgu condition fa-n E Psel ford (Lft, BDetit i auoobcie exectie and soner of tHenr
vilnte natvisomensuch a theglacktrd s reted by envatr Clye Le Herrn ofe Iwawhen t he appeared
Lena outbra in Detroit is them-wt -; +0 a.e trd -
troity'is population 13 wexi- ----
that there is some evidence as well as (Continued from Page 4) som Hawley '38. Non-members may
opinion held rather generally in the secure tickets from any member of
city that the largest mobile group is steel, accompanied by a talk by F. J- the faculty of the Spanish Depart-
the southern whites," Mr. Akers; Robbins, metallurgist for Bliss and ment, from the office of the Depart-
pointed out. He stated that it was Laughlin, Inc., of Harvey, Ill. Im- ment (112 R.L.), or at the door.
from among the people "who had ____
been in the city longest and who had portant business will also be discussed. TeFrsryCbwi mtWd-
achieved relatively more secure niches CbEt nesday, Jan. 12, 7:30 p.xi'., Room 2054
in the economy" that the Black Le- A.I.Ch.E.. The January meeting N.S. Bldg. Karl Gressel, professor at
gion drew a large percentage of its will be held on 'Thursday, Jan. 13, at the Forestry School at Michigan State'
members. '7:30 p.m. in 1042 E. Eng. The speak- will speak on "City Forestry."
No Social Organization er will be Mr. John Hassler, of the
Mr. Akers said that there were in- West Virginia Pulp and Paper Co., Political Science Club Members are
dications of a lack of adequate social who will give an illustrated lecture on notified that the third meeting will be
organization in the white Protestant "Applications of Activated Carbon to Iheld on Thursday, Jan. 13, at 7:30
group among whom he had carried Problems in Industrial Chemistry." p.m. in the Michigan League. The
on a study., During the depression, Refreshmen~ts will be served, subject for discussion will be "New
many secret orders such as the Ma- '___Horiz'ons of American Foreign Policy."
sons and Elks declined in member- Seminar £n Physical Chemistry will
ship, and in many cases, the Black meet in Room 122 Chemistry Bldg. The University of Michigan Radio
Legion took their place, especially on Wednesday, Jan. 12 at 4:15 p.m. Club will meet Wednesday, Jan. 12,
mngmany mirddl lower' class men. i k 1 ~ -~~

6 00-Tson' Sports
6 :30-Bradcast.
6:45-Musical Momients.
7 :45-Sport Review.
8:00-Phillip Morris.
8 :30-Lady Esther Serenade.
9:0Hollywvood Mardi Gras.

E mer genc y Peace Cam paignu

110 j4k inS Leet ores
~ .u~ i a

6 :00-Sewenson Neis.n.
6:30-MAloysand Rthm.ay,
9:30--Jack Qakie College..
10:30-News Comes to Life.
11:00-Headline News.
11:15-Tommy Dorsey.
11 :45-Meditation.
1:00-E-mery Deutsch Orch.
65-News and Sports.
60-Ecitng Moments.
7 :00-Luigi Romanelli.
7:15-Rube Appleberry.
8 C00Sam Kay Orch.
8:30-Happy Hal.
9:0-aul Whitema Orch-
10:00-Symphonic Strings.
10:30-Witch's Tale.
11:00-Canadian Club Reporter.
11:15-Melody Men.
11 :30-Isham Jones Orch.
12:00-Horace Heidt Orch'.
6:00-DayIn Review.
6:30-Linger Aerwhile.
7:15-Keen 'Tracer
7:30-Green Hornet.
8:30-It Can Be Done.ie-
9:00-Horace Hoidt's Brigadiers.
.10:00-Hugh Johnson.

'-. $ 5(00,000h iFor iis IDriy "" wI"r""d,"^r'
________---..-- Prof. Clark Hopkins, 01 tihe classical
Dr. Fosdick Says 10,000 according to Dr. Fosdick. The meet- language department, considered one
ings during the fall were planned of the foremost experts on Parthian
Co11ege Students Have around tihe theme of economic ad- culture, delivered a lecture yesterday
Contributed To Fund justments essential to world peace in Alumni Memorial Hal on "Par-
__________and were enlarged by the 39 member thlianl Art" The talk, illustrated by
Wit th clsin o th Emrgecyorganmptions of the National Peace
Pacihe ampingf 'ey afterg tw Conference. This work is being x.- slides, was sponsored by the Research
'yeas o wok, r. HrryEmesontended during the coming year as t he Seminary in Islamic Art.
Fosdick, chairman of the Campaign, Campaign for World Economic Co- Professor Hopkins headed a recent
announced that $543,680 had been operation. University expedition to Mesapota-
addiion n to mandy k th uand .g ts n byN N--ID N S h R ne -aeil fr i v si ai h
Committesk throughut the coutry inadnatnhroeve h ek ue fte r icsuerhdb
oribuions wlee eceivd fom endnooesfedsriuijrythexdto.
$55 .000. Cash on than masd mplegsr odtae,2aeasolDude amwhihtePrh.Eprnldd
atste en of the Campaign Awill be10-,------- '-- -----
curred Dr. Fsdick tated
000 actively participated, and of these,
413 gave their entire summer to peace
education in rural areas and con-.
tr'ibuted or raised $28,000 toward their
expenses in the field. This work will
~be continued during the coming year e
under the American Friends Service I U S a e i u e a d
Admiral Richard E. Byrd acted ask h
honorary chairman during the "No Te reward of ban king often take the form of
Foreign War" drive in the spring, and intangible qualities. In experience, in services which
Charles P. Taft II was honorary
chairman during the neutrality drive we are able to offer the cormmunity, and in the re-
in January. Among the prominent
people from abroad who have toured spect of those who deal with us, we take satisfaction,
the country for the Campaign have . 11 r
been Dr. Maude A. Royden, English IIn these as well as in the more concrete results of
lecturer and author, and George L. I saving and good management, our clients are always
Lansbury, a member of the British
Parliament. Mr. Lansbury also visit- expected to share.
ed Hitler and M9ussolin last sum-
mer on a good-will and anti-war
One of the high points of the Cam- A n A bo Sa i s
paign occurred in April when Mrs.
Franklin D. Roosevelt, Admiral Byrd e
and Dr.Fosdick participated in a & C tm ciaIB n
naton-idebroadcast from the!
White House and from New York City.- Southeast Corner NICKEL'S ARCADE
ILocal Campaign committees have of Main and Huron at State Street
been organized in 2,000 towns and _____________
cities and on 500 college casnesI--__


11:00-John McKay.
11:30-Jimmy Dorsey Orch
12:30-Dance Mfusic.

-'Mvr. Carlesz~ Ai. MVLuray win ipea vn
During labor difficulties between "Attractive and Repulsive Forces in
1933 and 1936, the Black Legion was Colloidal Phenomena."
used by or for the large companies in
many ways, Mr. Akers explained. ILa Sociedad Hispanica offers a
"In some companies the employ- I"Movie trip through South America"
ment managers and their assistants Wednesday evening at 7:45 p.m. Due
and some of the plant foremen and Ito the great interest which this show-
superintendents were members of the ing has attracted, the movie will take
order, Mr. Aker said. These officials place in the Natural Science Audi-
used fellow Black Legionnaires as torium and at the same time instead
strike-breakers on a number of oc- of in Room 103, Romance Languages
casions." He also stated that the Building as announced. Admission is
vigilantes spied out the activities and by ticket only. Members may .secure
plans of the union locals, their tickets from the treasurer, Ran-


Smart Women wait for this Exciting Event!



Messrs. JhT.BensleyanR.K
Brown will talk about "Commercial
Radio Operating on The High Seas.",
Everybody is welcome.
Attention Sophomore Engineers:
There will be a short but very im-
portant meeting of all sophomore en-
gineers at 4 p.m. in Room 348 West
Engineering Building on Thursday,
Jan. 13. It is important that all make
asecial effort to be present. Please
be on m.
Skating Test, Women Students:
Any woman student wishing to take
this test should report to Miss Bur'i
at the Coliseum Mondays and Wed-
nesdays 4:30 to 5:00 and Tuesday
The Progressive Club general mem-!
bership meeting has been changed
from Tuesday, Jan. 11 to the follow-!
ing Thursday. at 8 p.m. in the Michi-i
gan Union. The Security Committee
will hold its meeting this Wednesday,
also at 8 p.m. in the Michigan Union.
Baptist Guild: Reservations for the
Roger illiams Guild sleighride to
be held at 8 p.m. Friday must be made;
before Wednesday night. If there is
no snow, a hay-ride is planned. Call
7332 for reservations.

Ma stro-Yalerio
Showing Prints
Exhibition Of Mezzotints
To Be Here Two Weeks
Pirints by Prof. Alexander Mastro-
Valerio, of the College of Architec-
ture, will be shown for two weeks,
beginning tomorrow, in the South
Gallery of Alumni Memorial Hall.
Prof essor Mastro-Valerio, long
known locally as a painter and water
colorist, has made for himself an in-
ternational reputation in prints, par-
ticularly in the somewhat neglected
department of mezzotint.
Original etchings, lithographs and
woodcuts from the newly organized
Chicago Artists Group will be shown~
at the same time in the North Gal-
lery of Memorial Hall Both exhibi-
tions will be open every afternoon, in-
cluding Sundays, from 2 to 5 p.m.
Members and students will be ad-
Ifitted free, but a small admission
charge will be made to others.

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