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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

FRIDAY, FEB. 24, 1939

Kipke Receives
GOP Support
Fo r Regency
Former Michigan Football
Mentor Gets Candidacy
After Hot Floor Fight
(Continued from Page 1)
county leader, went on the platform
in* 'the gigantic I.M.A. Auditorium to
nominate Connable, the Ann Arbor
man was still being strongly urged
to withdraw.
Kipke, with a well-planned cam-
paign, was more than a match for
Conable's strength; which came froln
all parts of the state, much of it froth,
split delegations. Washtenaw Coun-
ty's much .dicussed group finally
pl~jit 'with Kipke getting 19 ballots
and Connable 11.
Ralph Heikkinen, the All-American
guard who played under Kipke, made
Connable's seconding speech.. He
worked actively throughout the qam-
paign against Kipke but in a personal
conference with his former coach
made clear that personal feelings re-
mained friendly.
In "his headquarters after the poll,
Connable congratulated Kipke on his
victory. Later, he declared in a
press statement: "I am glad that the
delegation poll showed up the wide-
spread and varied supportrwhich we
gained. Hearty thanks are off, eirod
the people of the state, delegates, al-
umni and students who gave me sup-
port.
Kipke could not be reached for a
statement at his hotel room.
Other candidates, including Mason
Rumney of Detroit, withdrew. Ru-
dolph Reichert of Ann Arbor, sug-
gested as a possible starter, never of-
ficially entered the race although he
maintained a headquarters, John L.
Mechem was nominated against Her-
bert but withdrew after it became b-
vious he would xnot make a strong
showing.
Swastikas Painted
On Jewish Houses
(Continued from Page 1)
"rather part of an organized affair,.
although they had no evidence to this
effect. the same fraternity has been1
annoyed recently by taxis and din-
ners, which they had not ordered,
being sent to their house. The house
president suspected a possible con-
nection between the two.
It was also suggested that the in-
cident might be a reverberation of'the
German-American Bund meeting' in
New York Monday night, but a Daily
investigation failed to substantiate
this suspicion.

French Enter Djibouti As A nswer To Italian Demands

Engineers On Trip
Asked For Deposit
Engineering students, planning to
make the inspection trip east during
Spring Vacation, are asked to make
a $5 deposit with Mss Bannasch,
Room 274 West Engine Bldg., Robert
May, '39E, announced yesterday.
The deposit will be necessary, May
said, to determine the number of
students who can be counted on for
the trip because arrangements must
be made in advance for bus transpor-
tation, lodging and trips through va-
rious eastern plants.
Prof. Uhlenbeck To Join
Physics Faculty Again
Prof. George E. Uhlenbeck, formerly
of the physics department faculty, will
return here as professor of physics, it
was announced recently.
Professor Uhlenbeck began as in-
structor here in 1927, and was an
associate professor of physics when
he left in 1935. He is now on the
staff of the Unversity of Utrecht,
Holland. On his return he will join
the research staff on the cyclotron
project.

Lack Of Washingtons' Dooms
Future Of U.S., Says Stoddart

20th Century America Has
Need Of Moral Fibre
Of Ancestors, He Says
By PAUL CHANDLER
Unless 20-century Americans can.
achieve the same strong moral fibre
that was displayed by Abraham Lin-
coln. George Washington, and Ben-
jamin Franklin, our nation is doomed
to failure, Prof. Edwin Stoddard, of
the Law School, warned 275 Univer-
sity sons and daughters of Rotarians
in a banquet at the Union Wednes-
day noon.
Professor Stoddard declared that
new generatons are seeking an "easy"
existence, ahd that unless a change
of philosophy is soon affected, the
world prestige of the United States
will soon fall to a new low.
He claimed that the primary Mo-
tive of our people, today is to invent
new methods that will enable them
to avoid the difficult problems of
life.
Luxuries are only bad if we use

them in a bad way,.Professor Goddard
stated. "What we must do is to de-
velop a pioneer fibre that will enable
us to utilize our luxuries to our own
advantage."
He drew fire upon "spoiled chil-
dren" who are not fit for society be-
cause of a lack of rigor in their early
training.
"Our objective shouldn't be to make
life disagreeable. Our aim should be
to develop a hardness of character
fthat will" enable us to meet hardships
when they confront us."
Gerald Ottoson Elected
President Of A.S.C.E.
Gerald Ottoson, '39E, was elected
president yesterday of the Michigan
chapter of the American Society of
Civil Engineers. Twenty active mem-
bers voted in the special election.
Leighton Rowllins, '39E, was chosen
vice-president and Marvin L. Holzer,
'39E, treasurer.

France's answer to Italy's clamor for French-controlled territory is expressed in these marching Senegalese
recently sent from Marseille to Djibouti, capital of French Somaliland.

Maestro art Shaw
'Grooves',To Top
In Campus Favor
By RICHARD HARMEL'
Jitterbugs can rejoice at last for
Artie Shawhas zoomed to first place
in campus popularity according to
Gwendolyn Jackman, an authority in
one of the better known record shops,
The "Begin-the-Beguine" 'has en-
joyed phenomenal' sales, Miss Jack.
man disclosed, and most of Shaw's
later recordings are just as popular,
she added. Larry Clinton and his
arrangement of "My Reverie" are in
second place, Miss Jackman said,
from both the standpoint of band
and record popularity. Benny Good-
man, Tommy Dorsey and Bunny Ber-
rigen are in a "nip-and-tuck" fight
for third.
Sweet bands such as Sammy Kaye
whose sun has been eclipsed by swing
are not "on the way out," Miss Jack-
man hastened to affirm.
Classical recordings have a surpris-
ingly large following, Miss Jackman
said. Men seem to be the greater
admirers of such symphonic poems
as Claude Debussy's "Clair de la Lune
and Afternoon of A Fawn," Miss
Jacknan pointed out.
Dorm Officers Named
Second semester officers for Allen-
Rumsey are: president, Donald Whit-
ney, '42E; vice-president, Robert M.
Slepian, '42E; secretary, Breard
Fishburn, '42E; treasurer, Clarke R.
Egeler, '42, and social chairman,
Richard M. Ludwig, '42E.

Schedule Jobs
Meeting Here
National Guidance Experts
Listed AsSpeakers
(Continued from Page 1)
4:15 p.m.; Aviation, 4:15 p.m.; Per-
sonnel, 7:30 p.m.
Thursday, March 23: Merchandis-
ing, 4:15 p.m.; Sales, 4:15 p.m.;
How To Apply for a Job in an Inter-
view, 7:30 p.m.
Friday, March 24: Radio, 4:15 p.m.;
Guidance in Education, 7:30 p.m.
Saturday, March 25: Advertising,
2:00 p.m.
Each lecture will be followed by a
question period. Speakers and places
are withheld for future announce-
ment pending possible changes.
Club Donates To Fund
The University received $500 yes-
terday from the University of Michi-
gan Club of Detroit to be added to
the club's scholarship endowment
fund. This fund now totals more
than $3,500, and it is used to finance
the scholarships of the holders of
three Michigan Alumni undergradu-
ate scholarships.'

WPA Slash Approved
By Nation's Students

Pointing to future trends in the im-
portant problem of American work-
relief, college students declared them-
selves to be in accord with Congress's
slash in WPA appropriations, ac-
cording to a nation-wide survey con-
ducted by the Student Opinoni Sur-
veys of America.
In answer to the question, "Do you
agree with Congress in reducing re-
lief appropriations?" taken in polls by
82 college newspapers 63.3 per cent
answered in the affirmative while 36.7
per cent were opposed.
Play Contest Held
By Liberties Union
Playwrights will have the oppor-
tunity to win prizes of $175 and .....
offered by American Civil Liberties
Union for the two best one-act plays
on the aspects of civil liberties in the
United States.
The plays should be no shorter
than 20 minutes playing time or no
longer than one hour. All plays
should be submitted to the One Act
Play Magazine, 112 West 42nd St.,
New York City by midnight, April 30.

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Stickpins are out of date.
TRUE f FALSE E
Patse. All sorts of jewelry,
including stickpins, tie clasps,
cuff links and (for formal
wear) watch fobs, are now
being worn by well-dressed
men.
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Quiet shirts are passe; loud
shirts, high style."
TRUE E FALSE L-
ale. The swing is all toward
shirts in subdued colors and
simple patterns. Choice exam-
pies of this trend will be
found in the new Arrow
shirts ......... $2 up.

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TRUE L FALSE E
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Y omcan get a good tie for
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