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THE MICHIGAN DAILY TUSPAY NOV.J1

e Lectures Latest Financial Report Depicts
ve Scheduled Rise Of University In Century
or U niversity (Continued from Page 1) assets in funds, lands, buildings and
equipment, amounted to $1,209,997
they jumped to $3,788,145. By 1937 E in 1937-38.
Chibnal Will Speak there was $10,498,615 in the hands The University's funds, according to
l Protein In Leaves of the Regents and $2,009,077 held in the report, are invested to the extent
trust. This year's total is $13,432,499. of 80.51% in bonds. Mortgages take
4:15 P.M. Today The original Federal endowment of another 7.72% of the total with other1
$548,744 is omitted from these figures. funds distributed as follows: con-
(Continued from Page 1) Over 60% of the University's oper- 1 tracts. .66%; notes. .07% real estate,

Christian To Play
At First Concert
Palmer Christian, University or-
ganist, will play at 4:15 p.m. tomor-
row in the season's first University
concert in Hill Auditorium.
The general public, with the excep-
tion of small children, is invited with-
out admission charge. The audience
is respectfully requested to be seated
on time for doors will be closed during.
numbers.
The program inlludes "Introit" by
Liszt, Arkadelt's "Ave Maria," "Fan-
tasia and Fugue in B A C H" by Liszt,
and Reubke's "Sonata in the Ninety-
fourth Psalm," which includes the
following movements: "Grave," "Lar-
ghetto-Allegro con fuoco," "Adag-
io," and "Allegro-Allegro assai."

Hysteria-Gripped New Yorkers
Drop Composure At Radio Scare

(Continued from Page 1)
All telephone calls went unanswered.
An executive of the Columbia Broad-3
casting System, Albert Mitchell, pro-
ducer of the "Answer Man" program,
explained the substance of therbroad-
cast and described its technique. News
bulletins and on-the-spot interviews
were interspersed with dance music,
he said, so that listeners who listened
incomprehensively misconstrued the
facts.
The Coiumbia Broadcasting Sys-
tem, inr a statement to the press, gave
assurances that the technque used
in the program would not be repeat-
ed. The network stressed its state-
ment that announcers had told the
audience the story was wholly im-
aginary. H. B. Lewis, Columbia's
vice-president in charge of programs,
declared. "In order that this may iot

aid to the "maimed and dying." The
first edition of the tabloid Daily News
arrived at newstands at 10 p.m. and
was immediately sold out. Its frontl
page, printed in bold type five inches
high, was "Radio Scare."
The usual queues in front of Broad-
way motion picture houses were no-
ticeably absent. One theatre man-
ager told how the wives of two men
in the audience called to have them

Health Unit Plan Given
KALAMAZOO, Oct. 3l.-.-VP)-An-
nouncement of plans for a $150,000
health unit for Western State Teach-
ers College was made today by Presi-
dent Paul V. Sangren immediately
after receiving announcement pf ap-
proval of a $67,500 PWA grant to be
used in construction of a health cen-
ter building.
Theatre. Business men boasted of
their calmness and housewives pic-
turized their fainting spells. Old-
timers recalled the notorious "men on
' "^- XO^K I-U1-

paged so they could escape to safe- y ate 1110noot he g.
ty. Police precinct stations in Har- jnearly a century ago.
lem were plagued by "white-faced"
residents who demanded "protection
from the poison gases and death
rays." Some of them held cloths overa.
their faces.
The giant electric signboard on the N
Times Building at Times Square
flashed repeated announcements that
the broadcast was only synthetic, but

New York bun

EVENING RADIO
PROGRAMS

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WJ R
P. M.

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Stevenson News
The Inside of Sports
Wayne County Republican Comm.
Helen Meneken
Big Town with Edw. G. Robinson
Al Jolson Show with Martha Raye
We, the People
Benny Goodman's Orchestra
Dr. Christian
The Beach Comber
News
Glen Miller's Orchestra
Joe Venuti's Orchestra
Sammy Kaye's Orchestra
WWJ
P. M.
Tyson's Sports
Bradcast
Amos 'n' Andy
We Old Timers
Johnny Presents
For Men Only
Battle of the Sexes
Fibber McGee
Bob Hope
Jimmy Fiddler
Newscast
Hotel Statler Orchestra
Webster Hall Orchestra
Plantation Club Orchestra
Weather; Scores
WXYZ
P. M.
The Day in Review
Benny Kyte Orchestra
Easy Aces
The Green Hornet
Political Talk-Dem.
Information, Please
True Stories
True Detective Mysteries
Political Talk-Rep.
Ralph Blaine
'has. G. Givens
Tom Gentry's Orchestra
To be announced
Les Brown Orchestra

happen again, the program depart- for a time these went unheeded. Mo-
ment hereafter will not use the tech- torists sped to Radio City, headquar-
nique of a simulated news broadcast ters of the National Broadcasting
within a dramatization when the cir- Company, and to the studios of the
cumstances of the broadcast could Columbia Broadcasting System for
cause immediate alarm to numbers further information than that re-
of listeners." ceived on their car radios. This situa-
Manhattan police headquarters tion, and clogged telephone lines,
estimatedi that 2,000 calls had been prevented police cars from halting
received in 15 minutes Sunday night, the broadcast.
with almost as many in the Bronx Yesterday the chief topic of con-
and Brooklyn. The Department of versation in New York was Orsop
Health called newspapers and offered Welles and the future of the Mercury

I (~~ J4U L T.

CKLW
P. M.
6:00 Stop and Go
6:30 The Airliners
7:00 Washington News Commentator
7:30 Don't You Believe It
8:00 Good Neighbors
8:30 Morton Gould's Orchestra
9 :00 Spotlight Parade
9:30 Toronto Symphiony Orchestra,,
10:30 Sammy Kayes Orchestra'
11:00 Canadian sClubReporter
11:30 Salute to Cities
12:00 Dick Barrie's Orchestra
12:30 George Olsen's Orchestra

MARGARET SULLAVAN JAMES STEWART
WALTER PIGEON
Shopworn Angel

Matinees 25c Nights 40c
Also E
PETE SMI'TH and NEWS

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