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THE ICIICIIIGA DAILY

FRIDAY, JAN. 28, 1938

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FRIDAY, JAN', 28, 1938

County Officers
Fig ht To Retain
Welfare Funids

Duke Greets England's New Cardinal

Challenge From Governoi
In Defense Of Prograir
Of Legislation Receive(
LANSIN.', Jan. 27.--P)--Membcr
of the state association of county su-
pervisors went home from their an-
nual convention today determined ti
push an intensive campaign for the
defeat of the Administration's wel-
fare reorganization plans at a refer-
endum next November.
Governor Murphy's challenge tc
"meet you on the firing line" in de-
fense of legislation which he hay
termed a "model" brought informa
rejoinders from several in the closing
session of the meeting. Murphy ad"
dressed the association shortly after
a resolution introduced by tax com-
missioner Melville B. McPherson hac
drawn the lines of battle.
The group elected Charles Uren,
Crystal Falls, president and voted
to meet again before September 15
to discuss legislative proposals, rele-
gated to secondtplace in the heat of
the campaign to retain control of
welfare purse-strings.
Other officers are Oliver P. Gibbs,
Rochester, first vice president; Peter
Van Ark, Holland, second vice pres-
ident, and Jacob Schepers, East Lan-
sing, who was reelected secretary and
treasurer.
The convention adopted only four
resolutions in addition to the one
relating to welfare. It endorsed a
Kent County proposal that the light-
ing of township roads and highways
be financed by special assessment dis-
tricts, asked federal and state gov-
errments to contribute ten cents an
acre on public land removed from
the local tax rolls to township and
scbool district treasuries, called upon
the Governor to provide emergency
furds for the continuation of county
normal schools .and commended Eu-
gene B. Elliott, superintendent of
public instruction, who is the only re-
m ining Republican in a major state
office,
Drama Forum Held
For High Schools

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A.ICh.E.: The lecture for the terested in speaking German are Phone 2-2101 for further informa-
DAILY O F I AL A.I.Ch.E. Problem contest will be cordially invited. tion.
held Friday afternoon, Jan. 28, at Zoology Seminar: Please note that _rar__r__
RIT ETT I a1iN 1:30 p.m. in 3034 East Engineering there will be no meeting of ' the Bowling: The bowling alleys at the
Building. Zoology Seminar on Feb. 10. Mr. Do- By
'tu-__., nbrovolny will report at the meeting Women's Athletic Building will be
nnu o ageof March 3 and Mr. Hoffman at the open at the following hours during
E L7 jthe examination period and between
a -cording to the following schedule: Tbmeeting of April 21. em i opoas:
Aig,20A..The Political Science Club will meet _____ semesters:
Aniw, 203 A.H. informally with Sir Herbert Ames at A Series of Golf Lessons, consisting) Afternoons except Saturday), 4:00
Coe, 35 A.H. a tea to be held Friday, Jan. 28, at 4 of lectures and demonstrations will Saturday afternoon-3:00 to 5:00.
Copeland, 1035 n .ri. p.m., in the Michigan League. We start Monday, Feb. 14 at the Intro- Evenings (except Saturday)-7:00
Dwyer, 2203 A.H. urge all members to be present. mural Building under the direction of to 9:00.
Elder, 1035 A.H. _ _Coach Ray Courtwright. These les- Reservations may be made at hours
Fitzpatrick, 2231 A.H. German Table for Faculty Mem- sons are free and will take place be- when the alleys are not regularly
Karpinski, 231 A.H. bers: The regular luncheon meeting tween 2:00 and 6:00 each Monday, open. Such requests should be made
Miller, D., 2003 A.H. will be held Monday at 12:10 p.m., Tuesday, Wednesday and Thursday. in advance by calling the office of
Myers, 2225 A.H. in the Founders' Room of the Mich- They are open to men students and the Women's Department of Physical
Nyswander, 35 A.H. igan Union. All faculty members in- faculty. Education.
Vance, 2231 A.H.
Methods in Speech - Reading: __
Courses 71 and 171 will be continued
as 72 andl172 for the second semes NEW STY LES FIRST AT W I L D 'S
ter.
B. L. Whitaker.
Concerts
Choral Union Concert: Madame
Gina Cigna, prima donna of the
Metropolitan Opera Association, will
give the eighth program in the F
Choral Union Concert Series, Fri-
day night, Jan. 28, at 8:30 o'clock I
in Hill Auditorium. She will beas-r ,m TOP to BOTTOM
sisted at the piano byMrFit fr m T P to BT O
Kitzinger.
Concert Postponed: The concert by
the School of Music Little Symphony
Orchestra announced for Sunday The collapsible silk opera
eveuningc at the Michigan Lea ueri has, . ~r

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England's first Cardinal since 1935, Arthur Cardinal Hinsley (wearing
symbolic "Red Hat"), was welcomed back to London by the Duke of
Norfolk, earl marsball and premier duke of England, who is a Catholic.
As a member of the college of cardinals, the prelate will help choose a new
pope, in the event that the reigning pontiff should die.

C V C11111r a t, S ,'wilfu l . LA A.J'Ug UA i, LJ
been postponed to March 6.
Events Today
University Broadcast 3-3:30 ,p.m.
The World Today. Topic: Judicial
=Administration in Michigan, Yester-
day and Today, William W. Blume,
Prof. of Law and of Legal Research.
Phi Delta Kappa Luncheon: Mich-f
igan Union 12:15 today. Dr. Edgarl

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Design Courses
To BeOffered
New Subjects To Be Given
In Architecture School
Students interested in the technical
fields of design will find opportunities
for training in the department of dec-
orative design of the College of Archi-
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Students from 25 Michigan high the college offce
schools attended the dramatics forum The programs offered are in in-
Saturday at the Lydia Mendelsohnteor decoration, advertising deign,
Thetre hg forumgw sonFored- stage design, and drawing and paint-
by the Michigan High School Foren- ing All of these lead to the degree
sic Association and the Department f bachelor of design and inclhde,t
Prof. Vaentine B. Windt of the at the beginning, mainly cultural nd
speech department was chairman of general design training.
the morning session. Speakers were Advanced work in interior design'
Cren Parker, stage manager. Prof. ( is closely allied to architectural work
Waldo Abbot, speech department, and also includes studies of furniture
Frederick 0. Crandall, and Dr. Wil- and materials, while advertising de-
11am P. Halstead, of the speech de- sign studies include mainly laboratory
partmient. work.
Arthur Secord of the speech ale-, Stage design offers work in the
partment presided at the afternoon speech and other departments as well
session. Cecil H. Nickle, director of as the actual design work. Costum-
-ramatics at Michigan State College, in is treated in this course, as well
Prof. Kenneth T. Rowe of the Eng- as in phases of some of the othei
lish department, Prof. Windt, Sarah courses. Drawing and painting work
Pierce, '37, Dr. Halstead and Prof. is given for students who are not
Louis M. Eich of the speech depart- interested in technical fields of de-
ment were the afternoon speakers. sign.
This was the third forum in a series
eponsored by the Forensic Association. Stae Press P rley
The last of the series will be held
Feb. 26..Meets'Here Feb.16
Dr. Dale rf Address The Michigan Press As"ocia"ion will
1*es feature discussions of traffic and road
Education Group engineering problems when it meet.
P Tuesday and Wednesday, Feb. 15 and
16, in the Michigan Union, it was
Dr. Edgar Dale of the Bureau of announced yesterday.
Educatioral Research of Ohio State Among the speakers will be Gov.
University, will address an open Frank Murphy, Murray D. Van Wag-
meeting c f Phi Delta Kappa, national joner state highway commissioner
honorary educational fraternity, on and a suggested gubernatorial choice
"American Education and the Mo- this fall: Karl Detzer, Michigan au-
vies" at noon today in the Union. thor: Nathaniel H. Goldstick, assist-
Dr. Dale has been a leader in the ant corporation councel of Detroit;
Payne studies relating to movies,! Roy W. Crum, director of highway
radio and newspapers, and at one research, National Research Council.
time spoke to the League of Nations Washington, D. C.: and K, T. Keller,
on "Movies, Radio and Newspapers." president of the Chrysler Corpora-
He has written a book, recently tion.
published on "How to Read Newspa- --
pers." The public is invited to to-I--
day's meeting. Walk a few steps

Candy Stand Burglars Dale of Ohio State University wil
talk on "Education and Movies." This
Get 1-15 Years' Prison meeting is open to anyone interested.
Two Ann Arbor youths who bur-
glared a blind man's pop -corn stand ciart of the $3.50 worth of candy
and got less than three dollars worth covered in Shipley's apartment by
of merchandise, must serve sentences Ann Arbor detectives.
of 1 to 15 years in prison. The mini-
mum sentence was recommended by
Judge George W. Sample. R I D E R S
Floyd Turner, 18 years old, and
Robert Shipley, 18 years old, pled BLUE BOOKS - SUPPLIES
guilty of breaking and entering the
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HALF-YEAR PLATES ON SALE
LANSING, Jan. 27.-}-Secretary
of State Leon D. Case announced to-!
ay havIf-year automobile license
plates would be placed on sale at the
branch offices tomorrow morning.
Half year licenses in previous years
were sold as stickers to be glued to
windshie'ds. This year they will be
metal ,sim.nilar to the full year plates
but stamped in black and white.

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