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THE MICHIGAN DAILY TUES

Wheeler, '05, Montana Senator,
4 sStalwart Anti - New Deal
By LEONARD SCHLEIDER followed Greeley's adage and ope
In the vanguard of those Demo- an office in Moitana's Lopper re

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Candidate For Regents

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Wheeler ipposed the "Copper
Trust" as a Montana State Senator,
America's participation in the War
as a United States District Attorney
and the "Ohio Gang" as a U.S. Sen-
ator. He ran for the vice-presidency
in 1924 with the elder Robert La-
Follette as his Progressive running
mate. After the campaign Wheeler
was indicted but charges against him
were proved false. He was the first
member of Congress to openly pledge
his support to Roosevelt in 1932.

Water Colors
And Etchings
OnExhibitiont
Twenty-five water colors by Eliot
O'Hara, a recognized American lead-
er of this medium, and several fine
prints from the collection of Mrs.
William A. Comstock will be exhibit-
ed from 2 to 5 p.m. daily except Sun-
day from today through March 21 in
the third floor exhibition rooms of the
Rackham Building. The exhibit,
sponsored by the Ann Arbor Art As-

Lovell To Attend Meet
Dean Albert H. Lovell, of the en-
gineering college, will represent the
University at the annual Midwest
Power Conference to be held April 5
to 7 in Chicago. The meeting is spon-
sored jointly by eight midwestern
schools.
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DAILY, 2 - 4 -

7 - 9 P.M.

-- LAST TIMES TODAY
EDWARD SMALL
p resen s

uture brilliancy of Wheeler's star
ests on the outcome of his investi- AS illW illIIear
Kation into railroad finances. And,
hey continue, if conservatives gainS
ontrol of the Democratic party in o p akers
.940, Wheeler's stary may shine bril-
jantly.
Born in Massachusetts of an old Spain
Back Bay family, Senator Wheeler
vorked his way through Michigan. Father Lobo, Vicar in Madrid and
Jpon graduation from law school, he Schaemus O'Sheel, Irish poet, will
speak on "Spain Today" at 4 p.m.
Daily Honor At Stake Friday at the Union under the aus-
pices of the American Student Union.
In Radio Quiz Friday Father Lobo who has the full per-
mission of the church to visit this
Two of The Daily's star reporters country in behalf of Spanish children,
vill battle Friday for therUniversity is a doctor of theology and a doctor of
>f Michigan Student Publications Cannon Law. During the two and
3uilding song-guessing championship. a half years of the Spanish invasion
Norman Abbott Schorr, '40 and he has been active in arranging for
oreoarbbtSch oridr, '40 ndmasses in various chapels through-
rohn Leonard Schleider, '41, will ap- out the Republican zone, adjusting
Jear as intellectual rivals on Station and conserving the various interests
VJR's "Number Please" program gatth and furishing h aiuntpretn
0 p.m. Friday. Although cash prizes there and furnishing an important
re offered, the journalists claim that iason between the Catholic Church
heir holy purpose is to prove th and the Republican authorities.
you don't have to be a jitterbug to O'Scheel, who has been active for
win." They deny it is a personal 35 years in the cause of Irish free-
>ublicity stunt. dom, has published several books of
verse and has contributed to the "New
Republic," "New Masses" and "The
Sailing Club Meets Today Herald-Tribune."
"This meeting is designed to
The Michigan Sailing Club will through light in the controversy re-
told its first spring meeting of the garding the position of the Catholic
>resent season 8 p.m. today in the church in Spain," declared George
Imon. Motion pictures of past in- Muttnick, '39, in charge of the meet-
ercollegiate yacht racing regattas ing. In addition Father Lobo, who
vill be shown. has just arrived in this country will
All students interested in pleasure be able to supplement the oft times
f intercollegiate sailing are eligible confusing and misrepresentative ar-
or admission to the club. Sailing ticles appearing in the daily press,"
will start in three weeks. he said.
Classified Dty
Interfraternity swim Wednesday
THE MICHIGAN DAILY night. Will the person who took it
CLASSIFIED by mistake please return it, and all
ADVERTISING will be forgiven. Phone 5940. 431
RATE LOST-Gold ring with blue stone
signet in Main Library Saturday
Effective as of February 14, 1939 afternoon. Reward. 433
CASH ONLY! LAUNDRIES
12c per reading line (on basis of LAUNDR - 2-1044. Sox darned.
five average words to line) for one Careful work at low prices. 9
or two insertions. MISCELLANEOUS
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more insertions. WASHED SAND and Gravel, Drive-
Minimum of 3 lines per inser- way gravel, washed pebbles. Killins
tion. Gravel Company, Phone 7112. 17
We have a Quick Delivery Serv-
ice at your disposal if you wish to CASH PAID for your discarded
have your ad picked up (10c clothing. Claude Brown, 512 S.
extra). Main. 311
For further information call HOME DECORATORS-Deeorating,
23-24-1, or stop in at 420 Maynara painting. Budget plan if desired.
Street.. Dial 7209. 181
WANTED TYPING ~ WANTED-Clothing wanted to buy.
S u i ts, overcoats, typewriters,
YPING:-Experienced. Miss Allen, watches. Sam pays the most. Phone
408 S. 5th Avenue. Phone 2-2935 6304 for appointment. 388
or 2-1416. 79 ~

of a bill in Congress has recently been
put on display in the exhibition cases1
of the Law Library, according to Miss
Esther Betz, assistant librarian.
This exhibit shows the introduc-
tion of a bill, the hearings on it inI
committee, the reporting of it to the
Congress, the recording of it on one
of the various calendars and its pas-
sage and approval by the president.
The exhibit is part of an effort onĀ°
the part of the Library staff to ac-
quaint students with the vast amount
,of governmental publications that are
available, Miss B. M. Johnson, sup-
erintendent of the reading room
said.
In addition to a complete file of
Federal and State bills, the Library
also has on hand all committee hear-
ings on the various bills and on the
Presidential appointments, M i s s
Johnson said.
Some of the more important hear-
ings include those made subsequent
to the appointments of Frank Murphy
to the Attorney-Generalship, Felix
Frankfurter to Justice of the Supreme
Court and Harry L. Hopkins to Sec-
retary of Commerce, Miss Johnson
said.
Stuart Perry Will Speak
Stuart ,Perry of the Associated
Press and editor of the Adrian Tele-
gram will speak on "TheNewspapers
and the Courts" at 3 p.m. tomorrow
in Room E, Haven Hall under the
auspices of the journalism depart-
ment.
FUR REMODELLING
at FAIR PRICES
E. L. GREENBAUM
Now at 625 E. Liberty St.
NOW!
the last
loe stOy t-' ls
Theil oV a ia

1 8Years Of Culture,
And He Still Likes It!
Proving that it can happen here,
George Burch, America's perpetual
college student, celebrated his 18th
year at Harvard last week.
Burch, who is 36 years old, has just
completed his 14th year as a gradu-
ate student in philosophy at Cam-
bridge. His reason is familiar : he
has no particular goal in view. Burch
is married, has two children and an
independent income.
Read Daily Classified Ads

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EXTRA
"A NEW DAY"
NEWS OF THE DAY
TOMORROW
"ROAD DEMON"

sociation, is free.
z } Eliot O'Hara is not only an excel-
lent painter, but he has won recog-
nition as an author with thre books
Charles C. Lockwood, noted De- on water color painting. His paint-
troit liberal lawyer, who is a Demo-te o ntn sa
cratic candidate for one of the two ings are the spontaneous and sure
vacancies on the University Board cg asn a rtist wh is thor-
of Regents. The other Democratic oughly amsteck s eium.
candidate is Dr. Dean W. Myers of Mrs. Comstock's collection of prints
Ann Arbor. comprises outstanding examples of
both the classic and conservative mod-
ern school. Conspicuous among the
5 1prints in this exhibit are the wood
Law Library cuts by Albrecht Durer which con-
. stitute a complete set of his famous
H istory Of BIll"SmallPassion."
Three Rembrant portrait etchings
and examples of work by McBey and
Federal Legislation Shown Seymour Haden are also included.
In New Display Two types of prints by Whistler will
In i~ei~also be exhibited : six etchings, in-
cluding one Venetian print, and five
An exhibit illustrating the history of his lithographs.

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