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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

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TWO SUNDAY, 3AN. Z~, 1938

30 Oil Leaders,
16 Big Firms
Are Convicted.1
Verdict Ends Three-Montha
Battle; Delay Sentences
To Hear Defe se Moves
(Cjontinued from rage 1)
would be carried to the Supreme Court
if necessary.
There, Attorney General Homer
Cummings called today's decision "a
major victory in the enforcement of
the anti-trust laws."
Other officials described the case as
"probably the most important anti-
trust action since the 'Sugar Trust'
and certainly the biggest oil company
case since dissolution of the Stand-
ard Oil Company in 1911."
This was the first verdict in an
anti-trust law case since the Roose-
velt Administration trust-busting
drive began.F
The Government alleged the de-
fendants rigged the prices through a
program of purchasing surplus gas-
tii fnwini~drpf t fin e n

New Sub-Stratosphere Ship Symbolizes Army's Expanding Military Force

Art Critic T o;Give
Speci' in Detroit
Frank Crowninshield, art critic,
who edited Vanity Fair magazine for
I many years, will speak at Detroit
I Town Hall in the Fisher Theatre
Wednesday morning. Jan. 26, at 11
o'clock. This is his first Detroit en-
gagement. He will speak on "Our
Cultural Acrobatics-from the gay
90's to the present day."
Mr. Crown in:lhield has been literary
godfather" to niany prominent writ-
ers. Among the celebrated authors
whom he has discovered and given
their first positions, or has encouragedI
afid helped to fame are Robert Bench-
ley, Robert Sherwood, Elinor Wylie,
Alexander Woollcott, Edna St. Vin-
cent Millay, Heywood Broun, Dorothy
Parker, P. G. Wodehouse and Aldous
Huxley.
Ground School Course
In Aviation Given Here

Five Aldermen
Ref use lo Run
(, ref ti(4. Ilirge:fi Counrcil's
Make-upl) O Result
At least five and possibly six of
Ann Arbor's seven aldermen will not
be candidaies for reelection mi the
March 7 primary, it was revealed yes-
:erday.
Wirt M. Masten, third ward, is as
yet undecided whether he will seek
reelection. He will announce his de-
cision Monday noon.
Those who will end their connec-
tion with the council are Harold A.
Zulz, second ward; Frank W. Staf-
fan, fourth ward; Ralph W. Ham-
mnett, fifth ward; Wilfred B. Shaw,
ixth ward and L. G. Christman, sev-
enth ward.

Leo!died Electra XC-35, designed for sub-stratosphere flights, is being tested, above, over Washington, D.C. for the army. It will climb
to a height of five miles with the crew sealed inside the pressure cabin, from which point they may broadcast observations.

Hear Yourself Talk
To Improve Speech,
VDen2sm'iore A dvises

Parthian Excava
Rebellion Of Ei

A ground school course in aviation
ttions scjOSe'Soda Jerker'Asks Iis being conducted from 7:30 to 9:30
Mor e Socp.m. each Monday and Wednesday
st A oaa ist I ore R pe , at the Ann Arbor High School.
ast A The course, extending for 12 weeks,
Fouiai er It Is is part of the adult educational pro-
out. The French and British have gram, and is being taught by Lieut.
been attempting to introduce ideas of The "Society for the Prevention of R. C. Schulte, Air Corps Reserve.
western origin into the oriental cul- Cruelty to Soda Jerkers Who Want to The material covered deals with the
tures of Egypt, Arabia, Palestine, etc. be Known as Fountaineers of Ameri- I theory of flight, the airplane and its

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onnetro inh peaexc riuieh5,viiBy BETTY JANE BERGSTRESSER
whose selling quotations the majors, No matter how long you've lived Easter iAN BEllST gSSE
by contracts, based their prices wihyutoieoo ontko o Eastern civilization rebelling against I
So b r with your voice, you don't know how Western invasion, a parallel to the
their jobber customers. Wisconsin, it sounds unless you've heard it on situation today is being revealed in
Michigan,Minst, North and -
Southgakoa, MIowa inoi, Inana, a recording, according to Prof. G, E. Seleusia, the ancient Parthian capi-
Missouri and Kansas were theInstates Densmore of the speech department. tal, where the University is excavat-
isoured KIn fact, when you do hear it on a ing, according to Dr. Clark Hopkins
mnvolved. 1record you may not recognize it, he of the archaeology department.
says in an article in this week's Lit- Between 200 and 300 workmen,
Faculty Memb ers erary Digest divided into various site groups under
r -1"The reason is that the sound the eight or ten overseers, have been un-
To Conduct Tours speaker hears is not what the listen- earthing this evidence now for many
er hears," Professor Densmore writes. years. At the end of each five-month'
Six faculty members will conduct "The low sound waves in the voice period of digging, a month is spent in
student tours through Europe during reach the speaker's own ear more sorting and recording the objects
readily, emphasizing the low over- turned up and an equal division made
the summer months. Prof. Palmer tones." with the government of Iraq.
Christian of the music school will To adjust the voice to its natural So far, remnants of the ancientj
conduct a music tour through eight expression one should work for a culture have indicated that the firstt
countries; Prof. Ralph A. Hammett, normal pitch, seek a variety of pitch attempt to westernize ancient Eastern
of the architectural school, an art to avoid monotones and aim for clear- civilization came in the Hellenistic
and architectural tour through seven ness and distinctiveness in enuncia- period, at about 312 B.C., Dr. Hopkins
countries. tion, Professor Densmore recommends. said. Then the ruler Seleucos built
Prof. Karl Litzenberg of the Eng- 'While trying out the voice, cup the city of Seleucia in Iraq. Greek
lish department will lead a group on dominance, however, was thrown off
a tour of Norway,' Sweden and Den- the ears to catch the sound better.1 nasde sreo.aioaitcsn
a tor o Noway Sween nd en-Try to be conscious of it. Ask others in a sudden surge of nationalistic sen- I
mark; Dr. Harry J. Skornia of theTr o it. As k othes timent at about 140 B.C. and froml
romance languages department will about it. As you talk, relax thethtimonwsd iatlorea.
conduct a tour through France; prof. throat, keeping the jaw and mouth that time on was dominantly oriental.
Leslie W Kindred of the education muscles at ease," he suggests, adding The same situation exists in the
shleW Kndred ofnghendcHolln, that because physical action stimu- Near East today, Dr. Hopkins pointed
school through England, Holland, ltsvreyo ocgsue r
Belgium, Gray wteln n laces variety of voice, gestures are
BelgumGermany, Switzerland and
France; and Mr. Werner F. Striedieck always in good form.
of the German department through-
England, Holland, Germany, Switzer- -Dail
land and Austria. Read TheDal Classifiedst Ci4AS StE
'The URLAUNDRY
LAUNDRY. 2-1044. Sox darned.
T T'Careful work at low prices.

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But they have met with but a limited ca," headed by Hubert M. Goldman, "nine, ieteorozogy, navizA4V an
success, Dr. Hopkins explained. Now1 '38E, and founded to protect the air cemmerce rules and regulations.-
again the Near East is attempting to "fountaineer" from the opprobious ---
rid itself of foreign rule, keeping only title of "soda jerker," "soda squirt," or DILLON QUITS POST
certain industrial changes. "soda skeet," probably ranks as the
' I Harold C. Dillon, for 14 years a
Hitherto, little has been known of longest if nt most involved title fomy.member of the Ann Arbor public
Parthian cultures. Some facts about schools physical education depart-
Parthia were gleaned from records of Pointing out that the word "foun- ment, resigned yesterday to become
ancient Rome, but this meager evi- taineei" connotes. the same training director of physical education and
dence was biased, and evidently cen- and skill inherent in the term "en- recreation at Lima, 0.
sored, by the old Roman government gineer," Richard G. Matthews, '38,.,
which had only Parthia as a rival for secretary of the society, called upon
Mediterranean supremacy. For the the members of the society, who, as a
first time, evidence of Parthia as the means of livelihood, have taken po-
Parthians saw it is being uncovered, sitions at various fountains in the
Dr. Hopkins said. vicinity of the University, to "do all'
in their power to substitute the name TODAY - MON - TUES
M'fountaineer' for the name 'soda jer-
MAKE FIRST APPEARANCE ker.j.:"Y.....,-:....-..

the thrilling story of primi-
tive love by Nordhoff and
Hall, authors of "Mutiny
on the Bounty."

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CAIRO, Egypt, Jan. 22.--(AP)-A Matthews asks his cohorts "Go com-
king and queen appeared pubcly piort themselves in tle highest man-
kingandquee apeard puiley !ner as befits anyone woi'thy of the.
together for the first time in Egypt's name Fountaineer and to seek from
history when King Farouk and his all sources as much information as
bride, Farida, reviewed a parade of possible that will make them better
Boy Scouts, Girl Scouts and athletes equipped to serve the public at its
from the balcony of Abdin Palace. favorite fountains."
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For Information-Call MISS JONES at 2-3241

IT'S TRUE, I'm afraid! We've
got to admit it! The gals are
chasing the men this season! That
is, as far as styles are concerned!
(Feel better?) They'll all be blos-
soming out in man-tailored suits
any day now--man-tailored to the
Queen's taste!---and featured at
the COLLINS SHOP. Herring-
bones, worsteds, novelty plaid
sports jackets contrasting with a
plain fine-cut skirt-tailored with
that Esquirish note by men's
tailors. They've got that perfect
cut, perfect fit, complimentary to
the men's styles that inspired
them!
** *
THEN there are those newI
shirts, for that "new trend" suit-
mannish in cut, mannish in tail-
oring, mannish even to the shirt-
tails 'hat won't pull out! Yet#
da inty and smart, ideal for sports,
street wear, school, and for the
severe tailleur. You'll be thrilled
with this fine soft shirting-the
DILLON SHOP'S Kayeraft La
Mollador shirts--guaranteed not
to pull out at the seams--guaran-
teed for countless washings--ap-, I
proved for durability. Chose a
swagger style in the newest spring
tone!
SOMEIIING NEW, something
dihl'erent, and something so defi-
nitely practical that, well, it just
can't be passed up! Your gadder-
aboutei, spotted this in CALKINS--
FLETCHER'S t'other day-it's
the new tiny Razorette-a real
woman's razor, so minute, quick,
easy, clean and safe. Just one
quick dry shave from a non-clog

razor and you'll never be without
one! Sell your friends the idea,
its a good one! Flash! Better
be getting perfume minded, my
friends, J-Hop's coming. Shali-
mar, Channel, Tweed, Vigny's "In-
timate Hour"-but more later!
AS YOU ARE probably aware
no doubt, exams are practically
upon us! Who could, possibly for-
get it! And so your correspon-
dent advises a permanent at the
DI MATTIA BEAUTY SHOP be-
fore you actually go into hiberna-
tion-it will really save time now,
save fussing with unruly locks, and
keep up the morale, and that's no
joke! Just a "little-old" perma-
nent now and your worries will be
over--'cause then it will need so
little before J-Hop! And so, so
long! my friends, and keep your
chins up!
TAKE HEED all you formal-
minded people! It's high time to
be thinking of frills, flul, and
flowing film. It's J-Hop time (with,
of course, a few exams thrown in
between-but then that lends an
element of surprise to the situa-
tion)--time when the campus's
fairest parade in their loveliest,
choicest, most exquisite gowns
with an escort in top hat, white
tie and tails. KESSEL'S CAMPUS
SHOP will make the campus ladies
lovely with their superb stock of
the latest formals. That gorgeous
pink net, featured in their win-
dow display is only a sample. If
that's a sample, just imagine what
is in stock for all you gals inside!
Hurry, hurry, time's awastin'!

WANTED
WANTED: Girl to share apartment.,
One block off State Street on Wil-
liams. Call 3787 immediately.
317
ROOMMATE wanted for graduate
engineer student. 737 Packard. Ph.
2-2231. 308
TYPING, neatly and accurately done.
Mrs. Howard, 613 Hill St. Phone
5244. 3x
VIOLA STEIN, 706 Oakland. Phone
6327. Experienced typist. Reason-
able rates. 232
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.
Phone Sam. 6304. 2x
FOR RENT
FURNISHED: Six-room bungalow
and garage at 1132 White Street.
$50 per month. Possession anytime.
Phone 2-1405. 315
ROOMS: For second semester. Hot
water, showers. 1331 Washtenaw

near South University. Phone 7595.
313
SINGLE ROOM for graduate or un-
dergraduate girl. Also vacancy in
double room. Half block from cam-
pus. Wood League House. 725 Ha-
ven. 5938. 291
ROOM for one student. Small, quiet,
house. Comfortable, well heated,
well furnished. Shower. 4489. 312
ROOM for one student. Small, quiet
house. Comfortable, well-heated,
well furnished. Phone 4489.
SINGLE ROOM one block from cam-
pus. $3.50 per week. 503 E. Liberty.
309
_________-- 30
VACANCY in double room for grad-
uate or undergraduate girl. King's;
League House. 818 Lincoln. Phone
2-2117. 310
SINGLE ROOM. Private bath. 911
Forest. Phone 8169. 303
MEN STUDENTS: Front double with1
veranda. Also pleasant single. Con-
tinuous hot showers. Board if de-
sired. 523 Packard. 2-2320. 304
ROOM for business woman. Close to
campus, hospital. Nicely furnished.
Private home. 407 E. Kingsley. 7825.
305
ROOMS: Large and well furnished.
Excellent location. Steam heat.

Reasonable. 432 S. Division. Phone
4929. 302
SUITE for 2 students, graduates pre-
ferred. Near Law Club. Quiet, run-
ning water in room. Call 6690.
300
FOR 3 MEN, suite with private bath
and shower. Also large double with
adjoining lavatory. Steam heat,
bath, shower. Phone 8544. 422 E.
Washington. 295
NOTICES
TYPING-Carefully and accurately
done, L. M. Heywood, 803 E. King-
sley St. Phone 8344. 106
LADIES tailoring and dress-making;
formals, suits, coat relining, all al-
terations. Expert service, reasonable
rates, work guaranteed. 320 E. Lib-
erty. Call evenings 2-2020. 7x
LOST AND FOUND
LOST: Log Log Trig Duplex Slide
Rule. Name inside flap of case.
Reward. David Potters. Phone 3487.
314

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