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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

Hears Ruthven
And CTrane Tal
125 Hear President Tell
Criterions Of University
At Banquet In The Union
(Continued from Page 1):
pressed the hope that the Club would
make use of the opportunity to take
stock of itself and of the American
newspaper.
Arthur W. Stace of the Ann Arbor
News concluded the meeting with a
talk illustrated by slides on conserva-
tion work in Michigan by the CCC.
He. said that the tourist industry
of Michigan had become more mpor-
tant than the agricultural industry.
This he attributed to the measures of
conservation which have been, under-
taken by the state in buying up lands
which had unpaid taxes and turning
them into state parks and game pre-
serves.
Sen. Prentiss M. Brown of Michi-
gan will address the meeting of the
farm market round table, today. The
program will include John C. Ketch-
um, agricultural director of the Mich-
igan Chain Store Bureau, and John
B. Strange, commissioner of agricul-
ture. Ben East of the Booth publica-
tions will speak on Conservation at
the luncheon following.
James Fural and Edward R4. Mur-
row are among the foreign news cor-
respondents 'of the leading press as-i
sociations and broadcasting com-
panies who will participate in the
Eur' -n News Forum this afternoon.
Four Faculty Men
Attend Conferences
Four faculty members will attend
conferences in their respective fields
in the near future.
Prof. R. S. Ford and Ione E. Dority
of the Bureau of Government are at-
tending the annual conference of the
National Tax Associatioi in Detroit.
Professor Ford recently was at the
Municipal Financial Officers Associ-
ation meeting which also took place
in Detroit.
Prof. F. N. Menefee of the engineer-
ing mechanics department is attend-
ing a meeting of the American Society
of Civil Engineers from 09t. 25 to
30 at Vicksburg, Miss.
Dr. Richard H. Freyberg of the in-
ternal medicine department will at-
tend a convention of "the Central
Society for Clinical Research between
Nov, 2 and 5.
EVENING BEER
for that refreshing relaxation
at -
The GERMANINN.
117 W. Huron "Just below Main"

Text Of Plan Revising Class Election Women Voters
r-i -- - - -- To Hold Forum

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Function of Class Positions
Sec. 1: The class offices of Presi-
dent, Vice-President, Secretary, and
Treasurer of the Freshman, eopho-
more, and Junior Classes respectively,
in all the colleges represented on the
Men's Council shall be abolished-as
well as all other offices other than
representatives of the respective class
dances. This ruling shall not apply to
Senior class offices.
Sec. 2: Membership of Class Com-
mittees.
(a) Freshman Class Committee:
The Freshman Class Committee shall
be composed of eight members: five
from the College of L. S. and A. of'
which two shall be women, and three
from the College .of Engineering. The
sole function of this committee shall
be to administer and supervise the
annual Frosh Frolic. For election of
said committee see ART. IV, Sec. 2.
(b) Sophomore Class Committee:
The sophomore class committee shall
be composed of eight members: five
from the College of L. S. and A. of
which two shall be women, and three
from the College of Engineering. The
sole function of this committee shall
be to administer and supervie the
annual Soph Prom. For election of
said committee see Art. IV, Sec. 2.
(c) Junior Class Committee: The
junior class committee shall be com-
posed of thirteen members: five from
the College of L. S. and A. of which
two shall be women, three from the
College of Engineering, one from the
College of Architecture, one from the
School of Music, one from the School
of Nursing, one from the School of
Education, and one fi om the com-
bined junior classes of the Schools
of Pharmacy and Forestry. The sole
function of this committee shall be
to administer and supervise the an-
nual J-Hop. For election of said com-
mittee see Art. IV, Sec. 2.
Sec. 3: Senior Class Positions-
Their Function. .
The offices of the senior classes of
all colleges represented on the Men's
Council shall consist of: a President,
Vice-President, Secretary and Treas-
urer.
(a) The President shall represent
the senior class of his respective col-
lege and shall serve as the Alumni
President of his class for the specified
term.
(b) The Vice-President shall be

ex officio chairman of the commence-
ment committee which shall include
five members in addition to its chair-
man. This committee shall administer
the functions previously exercised by
the Cap and Gown, Invitation, and
Publicity committees. The office of

Vice-President shall be filled by a
woman. For the selection of commit-
tee members see Art. IV, Sec. 4.
(c) The Secretary shall serve in the
capacity of secretarial assistant to the
class President and shall be Alumni
Secretary of his class for the specified
time.
(d) The Treasurer shall be Chair-
man ex officio of the Finance com-
mittee which shall include five mem-
bers in addition to its chairman. This
committee shall supervise and direct
the collection and disbursement 'of
senior class dues. Full responsibility
for such collections and disburse-
ments shall rest solely with the class
treasurer. For the selection of com-
mittee members see Art. IV, Sec. 4.
(e) The Senior Ball Committee
shall be composed of thirteen mem-
bers: five from the College of L. S. and
A. of which two shall be women, three
from the College of Engineering, one
from the College of Architecture, one
from the School of Music, one from
the School of Nursing, one from the
School of Education, and one from
the combined senior classes of the
Schools of Pharmacy and Forestry.
The sole function of this committee
shall be to administer and supervise
the annual Senior Ball.
Article Two-Petitioning for
Class Positions
Sec. 1. All men in Rhe various
classes of the colleges represented on
the Men's Council who desire candi-
dacy for positions as herein provided
for, shall petition the Judiciary Com-
mittee of the Men's Council for nomi-
nation.
Sec. 2. All women in the various
classes of the colleges represented on
the Men's Council who desire candi-
dacy for positions as herein provided
for, shall petition-the Judiciary Coun-
cil of the Women's League for nomi-
nation.
Sec. 3. Those seeking candidacy for
Senior Class offices shall in their

petitions designate the particular
office desired.
Article Three--Functic:a of the Judi-
ciary Committee and The Men's
Council in Selecting Nominees,
Sec. 1. The Judiciary Committee of
the Men's Council shall receive all
petitions of the men seeking candi-f
dacy for class positions as herein pro-4
vided. It shall be the function of this
committee to carefully examine and
verify these petit.ions and on the basis
of this study to make recommenda-
tions to the entire Men's Council on
the day preceding the election. In1
making recommendations the com-
niittee shall be guided by the follow-t
ing criteria:
1. The scholastic standing of the
petitioner.
2. The character of the petitioner as
indicated by records in the Dean's
office.
3. A statement of reasons for de-j
siring the position.
4. A personal interview wherever
practicable.
Sec. 2. The Judiciary Council of
the Women's League shall receive all
petitions of women seeking candidacy
for class positions as herein provided.
The Judiciary Council of the Women's
League shall guide themselves as they
find it possible by the same criteria
as is established for the Judiciary
Committee of the Men's Council. The
Judiciary Council of the Women's
League shall make known its selec-
tions to the Men's Council on the day
preceding the election.
Sec. 3. There shall be nomin.ated
for each class position a minimum of
three and a maximum of five persons.
Article Four-Elections
Sec. 1. The final list of nominees
for class positions shall be published
in the Michigan Daily on the morning
preceding the afternoon of that par-
I ticular class election.
Sec. 2. The chairmanship of the
various class dances shall alternate
between the College of L.S.&A. and
the College of Engineering. The chair-
man shall be that person who re-
ceives the highest plurality of votes-
recognizing the alternate arrange-
ment. The other members of those
committees shall be declared elected
according to the highest plurality of
votes-recognizing that there shall be
two women representatives from the
College of L.S.&A. on each dance
committee.
Sec. 3. In the Senior Class elections
the nominee receiving the highest
plurality of votes for that particular
office shall be declared elected.
Sec. 4. The selection of members of
the Commencement and Finance
Committees shall rest with the Vice-
President and Treasurer respectively
in joint conference with the Judiciary
Committee of the Men's Council and
the Judiciary Council of the Women's
League. These committee members.
shall-insofar as is possible-be selec-
ted from among the defeated candi-
dates for Senior Class offices.
Article Five--Eligibility
Sec. 1. No member of the Men's

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Discuss Aimendinents
On November BallotI

Industrial Relations Meet
Opens In 'Graduate School
Representatives of 15 industries will
attend a conference beginning at
9:30 a.m. today in the Graduate
School on "Evaluation of Salaried
Services," sponsored by the University
Bureau of Industrial Relations. Prof.
John W. Riegel will act as chair-
man. The conference will continue
through Saturday.
D. W. Weed of the General Electric'
Company, the featured s)eaker, will
talk this morning on the method used
to adjust salaries, duties, and respon-
sibilities of the clerical, technical,

Proposed amendments to the StateJ
constitution will be discussed at ther
first Community Forum of the 1938-1
39 season at 8 p.m. Tuesday in the
Ann Arbor High School Auditorium.
Prof. Arthur W. Bromage of thet
political science department will an- t
alyze the first proposed amendmentI
on the Nov. 8 ballot, which would
provide four-year terms of office for
county officials including clerk, prose-
cuting attorney, sheriff, treasurer and
register of deeds.
Mrs. Fred Johnson of Grand Rap-
ids, state president of the League of
Women Voters, will present the sec-
ond proposal establishing the ap-
pointment of Supreme Court justices
for eight years.
Discussion of the proposed amend-
ment to guarantee that gasoline and
motor vehicle license tax receipts be
used for road building and street re-
pair will be led by Mrs. Edward Bry-
ant, president of the Ann Arbor
League of Women Voters.

Ward Takes Office
As A.D.A. Head
Prof. Marcus L. Ward of the School
of Dentistry takes office today as
president of the American Dental As-
sociation now convening in St. Louis.
A former Dean of the School of
Dentistry, Professor Ward has been
connected with the school since his
graduation in 1902 and is known for
his research in physics, chemistry and
metallurgy as they relate to the prob-
lems of dental materials.

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You will find a Complete Line of Arrow Products at
The Foremost Clothiers in Washtenaw County
DOWNTOWN - Next to the Wuerth Theatre
"Have you seen the New
ARROW SHORTS with
the double wing back?"

Council shall be eligible for any class
position. Members of the '39.-'39 Men's
Council if they desire to be candidates
for class positions, shall place their
resignation from the Council with
the President simultaneously with the
filing of their petition with the Judi-
ciary Committee.

Shows Today at 2, 4, 7, 9 p.m.
Starting Today!
!Suez"
with
Tyronne Power
Loretta Young
Anna Bella
- Extra
Michigan-Yale
, Football Shots
ifn WORLD NEWS
CARTOON HIT
NOVELTIES
Coming
MARX BROS.
"ROOM SERVICE"

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Go into a huddle with your near-
est Arrow dealer and ask him to
show you why Arrow Shorts are
different. He'll tell you that the
center seam which makes ordinary
shorts creep and twist is absent
from Arrow Shorts, that the full
seat with extta yardage allows
£for ample room, .that Arrows are
Sanforized-Shrunk, and will never
shrink.
For real comfort wear Arrow
Shorts... many fabrics and models
to choose from, with either but-
tons or Gripper snaps.

EVENING RADIO PROGRAMS

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6:30
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12:00
12:30

WJR
Stevenson News
The Inside of Sports
Vocal varieties
Jack Haley
First Nighter
Burns and Alien
Hollywood Hotel
Grand Central Station
Mr. Weber-Murphy for Governor
News
Leighton Noble's Orchestra
Joe Venuti's Orchestra
Dick Barrie's orchestra
WWJ
Tyson's Sports
Bradcast
Amos 'n' Andy
The Black Ace
Cities Service Hour
Waltz Time
Death Valley Days
Lady Esther Serenade
Story Behind the Headlines
Newca'it
Hotel Statler Orchestra
Webster Hall Orchestra
Plantation Club Orchestra

6:00
6:30
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10:00
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12:00
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CKLW
Stop and Go
Duncan C. McCrea
Answer
From A Rose Garden
Chansonette
Symphonic Strings
The Crimson Wizard
Dick Jurgens'- orchestra
European News
Jazz Nocturne
Canadian Club Reporter.
Nation's Playhouse
Sammy Kaye's orchestra
Bob Crosby's Orchestra
Day in Review
Benny Kyte orchestra
Dick Todd
The Lone Ranger
Warden Lawes
If I Had A Chance
Musical Moments
March of Time
Design for Dancing
Donald Novis Sings
Chas. G. Givens
Maurie Baker orchestra
To be announced
Frank Novak orchestra

SHORTS
TOPS

65c up
50c up

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ART CINEMA LEAGUE
Presents
The Story of a Czechoslo-
vokion "Robin Hood"
~ Also Czcchoslovakia n Parade

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Classified Directory

Walt Disney Short

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FOR RENT

wk. each, one at $2.50 per wk.
311 Thompson, call 2-1767.

each.
163

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CREAM LOTION
Prevent dryness and you pre-
vent chap. Contains pure lano-
lin. Non-sticky.
8oz. . ..35c
Fischer's,.own formula.
Cosmetics made pure at a great
Saving for You.

FOR RENT-Suite of two rooms for
men students, comfortably furn-'
ished, warm; continuous hot water;
garage available. 309 N. Division.
Phone 8876. 92
FOR RENT-Rooms for boys; 2 suites
for 2 men each, one at $3.00 per
VDANCIN
AA
1 -Armory-
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Auspices of Company K
TONIGHT and
Saturday0
HERB "RED" RITZ
and his band.,
Every Friday and Saturday.

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LAUNDRIES
LAUNDRY - 2-1044. Sox darned.
Careful work at low prices. 9
FOR SALE;
FOR SALE-A few used phonograph
records. Serious music, and I don't
mean Chaikovsky. Phone 5538. 164
LOST and FOUND
LOST - Deitzgen drawing instru-
ments wore; black case. Wed., Oct.
19th in 419 W. Eng. More personal
value than intrinsic. Reward. No
questions. Call Bernie at 7472. 161
LOST-Set of engineering drawing
instruments. Name "Fred Seyfried,
Jr." on case. Phone 2-1085. Reward.
166
LOST-Folder containing zoology 141
notes. Lost on campus. Call 2-1867.
165
MISCELLANEOTS
WASHED SAND and Gravel, Drive-
way gravel, washed pebbles. Killins

at 8:15
Friday Mat. 3:15
ALL SEATS RESERVED
endelssohn Theatre

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Introducing...

A New Shipment of ARROW PRODUCTS Now on Display at
SCREEN MICH IGAN
ENDS TODAY
HIT ON STAGE - IN PERSON
The Streamlined Mistress of
Modern Melody
B ut s he s ai d
"No when he
placed his heart
and his millions
at her feet!
y .:...and her
ALL -GIRL N.B.C.
ORCHESTRA
and
, - - including
YORK & TRACY
"Can She Takc It?"
MARVEL DUO
;RpDirect from Chez Paree
BETTY LEE
Musical Novelties
by BILLY FURROW
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The SILVER SCREEN

FOOTBALL PLAYERS!!
IDENTIFICATION CARDS ! !
MICHIGAN LEAGUE!
You Guess.

Gravel Company, Phone '1112.

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HAND CREAM
A luxurious cream for rough,
dry, chapped face and hands.
Not greasy.
3oz....29,C

THE LEAGUE has uncovered revealing,
never-before-printed material that will
have its initial public showing at the
League dance Friday night.
The music for the evening will be sup-
plied by Charlie Zwick and his orchestra,
with ping-pong, bridge, and BINGO to
enlighten the intermissions.

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It may bc "all Greek" to .sonic people, but to the
instructors at the U. of M. it ought to be simplc
enough.
Loans of any amount up to $300 can be obtained
here-without co-signers or endorsers-without any
publicity-without the kind of security usually

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