THE MICHIGAN DAILY
- TUESDAY, OCT. 25, 1938
VOL. XLIX. No. 26
ernor Addresses 50stc
i Meeting At Union; Senate Reception: Since no indi-j
e vidual invitations are being sent, r
s. _e P s s this is a cordial invitation to all mem-e
- (Cotinued from Page 1)-bers of the teaching staff and their1
-__(__ntnued___rm___ge __) _wives to be present at the Senate Re-
e University, the State and the ception to new members of the facul-
n, hersaid. ,ties on Wednesday evening, Oct. 26,
ndiscussing his calling of the £4in the ballroom of the Michigan
la during the wave of automobile / Union at 8:30 p.m. The reception
wn strikes in 1937, Governor will take place from 8:30 to 10 o'clock,
hy explained that he was always after which there will be dancing
g in the interests of human from 10 to 12. It is especially hoped
s and the rights of private that new teaching fellows and in-
erty. He said that he felt the structors may be present and the
test use of power was not to -Daily Photo by Freedman chairmen of departments are asked
e it," and on this ground he chose Hamburger in hand, politics in
to violence and bloodshed, the air, Governor Murphy expounds Long hair-symphonic stuff.
ling by people who were fighting his ideas as he pauses for a quick Rug cutter-swing dancer, often a
thing they thought was unjust. lunch between his speech at the jitterbug.
d he been "firm" in the sit-down Masonic Temple and his address at Schmaltz-sweet, sentimental.
es, exercising his full power, the a meeting sponsored by the Student Send-arouse the alligators to
rnor said he would have been Senate at the Union. ecstacies.
ly acclaimed by a money-support-Swing-if you don't . know this,
ress that was clamoring foran- you've read too far.
i mproising protection of private wxnga on Whacky-jam at its wildest.
erty. But the speaker chose to
the ominous difficulties by I M ade Clear
verance in the conference room,
r than by bullets and tear gas.
VernorMurphy deplored the de- To L ng H airs'
on Of democracy in Harlan Coun-
Youngstown and Chicago\ where
n gas and night sticks were Philologists admit that it is the
ituted for the method he chosep who make the language and
llow in Michigan. it is the grammarians who record the
om his experience in public ad- slang of the rabble after it has be-
stration, Governor Murphy said come firmly embodied in the language
he has observed that when one by usage. But since the leicographers
s to the people's side, it is then are a little slow in catching on this
outside pressure is applied. "It year, the following vocabulary list
good thing," Governor Murphy should aid Michigan students in un-
red, "that there are government derstanding the current language of .x
1als who hold the interest of the the fine arts.
ic and their human rights over Alligators-swing fans who can't
lse-men who can't be brought sit still when the jam gets wackyt,..
line." see W).
tting character as the only test Barrel-house-free-for-all.
man, the Governor decried the Canary-girl vocalist.
oed and intolerant. He urged his Caryglvolit
nt audience to be undaunted in Cats-hepcat, swing musician.
bing "life's rebuffs and rebukes", Corn-lousa
ke a strong foothold when chal-
ed and to embrace at all times the Gut bucket - not-so - good - music,
Is they get in Ann Arbor. corn.
'hat's democracy," he said. Hepcat-swing musician.
Hot man-a hepcat who knows his
erno Hits Ickiesphonies who act like jitter-
bugs, but don't know what the score
yes Iriry In the Groove-good, or hitting
dges State Reforms, Jam-swing.
Non-Partisan Relief Jam session-cats giving out for
their own amusement.
(Continued from Page 1) Jitterbugs-aligators who are wont
to shag, Big Apple., -
Y passed a roe in one side and Jive-swing jargon.
the other. They ripped out the Licorice-stick-clarinet.
t of the building. I don't think
ee boys should have been killed
dismissed from college. Their
on, however, was immature and
ecessary. So was the Lansing holi-
THF MEN IN HER LIFE)
eplying to charges levied before
es committee by Genesee Coun- First C a me King
ircuit Court Judge Paul V. Gadola,
Governor declared "Gadola did Arthur. . en Lord
appreciate changing needs or the
ation. His declaration that I re- Byron . . and he
c to enforce the law is an absoluten t
uth. And his. reiteration of the m
ement he made during the strike
o hell with the Governor'-makes
wonder whether his court de-
fining government as "the agencl
aterpreting the will of the people,'
Governor declared its functionE-
ild be to take care of the people's h
Is efficiently and economically.
e people must be satisfied the
stands for all," he said.,,
plaining his position on labor he
"Labor and capital should be
lient to the law. But law should'
,t the rights and sense of justice
he community. That is vital if it
be effective. It is futile to stand ..
he way of men organizing for
r own benefit. Labor has an in-
ment in its job-not capital, but s
LAST DAY --
CHARLES BOYER and
HEDY LAMARR i DURBIN
STARTING WEDNESDAY -
IMDOL-pi SCOTin ~ /Rt/
1 ,a LM ELVYN
D1US KYER L
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to be of assistance in bringing this refer routine questions to Jane Roll-
about. man, Dean Anderson's office (Exten-
-_sion 575). who will handle the re-
On request of proper authorities fi ports; otherwise, call A. D. Moore,
any Michigan County the University 1 Head Mentor, Extension 2136.1
will furnish names and addresses of
voting members of the student body Presidents of Student Organizations
in order that they may receive from O
Their home counties information con- should report the names. titles and
cerning the absent voter's law. This classes of all officers to the Dean of'
ability to furnish information does Students, Room 2, University Hall not
rot extend to alumni lists; these are later than Nov. 1. The following is
never made public for any purposes a list of student organizations as now
of business, politics, collections or so- approved in the office of the Dean of
licitations. I Students. Any organization which
Shirley W. Smith. does not furnish the required infor-
mation in writing by Nov. 1 will be
Faculty of the College of Literature, considered no longer in existence. Any
Science and the Arts: The five-week active organization not listed should
freshman reports will be due Oct. apply for official recognition at oice.
29 in the Academic Counselors' Office Acolytes
108 Mason Hall. Alpha Alpha Gamma}
______ Alpha Gamma Sigma
Rackham Building: Open every day Alpha Kappa Alpha
except, Sunday from 8 a.m. until 10 Alpha Kappa Delta
p.m. for the use of graduate students Alpha Lambda Delta
and graduate organizations. Alpha Nu (Kappa Phi Sigma)
Alpha Omega Alpha
Mentor Reports: Reports on stand- Alpha Phi Alpha
ings of all Engineering freshmen will1 Am. Institute of Aero Sciences
be expected from faculty members, Am. Institute of Chen Engineers
during the 6th and again during the Am. Institute of Elec. Engineers
11th weeks of the semester. These Am. Society of Civil Engineers
two reports will be due about Nov. 4 Am. Society of Mech. Engineers
I and Dec. 9. Report blanks will be Architectural Society
furnished by campus mail. Please Armenian Students Association
Art Cinema League
Asheville School Club
Athena Literary Society
Alpha Rho Chi
Beta Kappa Rho
Beta Sigma Rho
Chi Gamma Phi
Chinese Society of Chemical
Chinese Students Club
Chi Rho Sigma
Christian Science Organization
Christian Student Prayer Group
Church of Christ of Latter Day
Congregational Student Fellow-
Congregational Student Fellow-
Congress o Independent Men
Delta Epsilon Pi
Delta Sigma Rho
Educational Colloquy Club
Engineering Honor Committee
English Journal Club
.Eta Kappa Nu
Flying Club, U. of M.
F. F. Fraternity
Freshman Glee Club
(Continued on Page 4)
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