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November 15, 1938 - Image 6

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Berliners View Wreckage Of Anti-Jewish Piolence

r portant business meeting Wednesday
D ILY FF CIAL at 8:00 in the Union. All members
SIIAare urged to attPnd.
Druids meeting Wednesday, Nov.
(Continued from Page 4) 16, at 730.
and have not yet joined the society Ann Arbor Independent Women, the
are also invited. Ann Arbor Group of Assembly, will
hold its regular.meeting in the Kala-
Cercle Francais: There will be a mazoo Room of the Michigan League,
meeting on Wednesday, Nov. 16, at Thursday, Nov. 17, at 4:30. Plans for
7:30 in Room 408 Romance Lan- the Friendship Dinner, the Dorm
guages Building. Dance, and future meetings will be
American Association University decided upon. All those who care to
Women: Subscription Supper, Wed- participate in any of the group's
nesday, Nov. 16 promptly at 6 p.m. activities are especially urged to at-
in League Ballroom. The Interna- tend this meeting.
tional Relations Committee presents
Mrs. Lillian T. Mowrer, who will Tea Dance Thursday, Nov. 17. 4-6
speak on "Munich and What Next?" p.m. Given by Assembly-Congress at
Non-members are welcome. Make l Michigan League Bayllroom. Music by
reservations at League. Charlie Zwick. Refreshments and
The Interior Decoration Group of prizes.
the Faculty Women's Club will meet '
at 3 o'clock on Thursday afternoon at
the Washtenaw Gas Company, 211 E. H. W. CLARK
Huron Street. Ruth Bush, cookery English Boot and Shoe Maker
expert will give a lecture demonstra- Our new repair department, the
tion regarding the making of "Holi-: best in the city. Prices are right.
day Garnishments and Dainties." 438 South State and Factory on
South Forest Avenue.
Association Fireside: Professor Wes-
ley Maurer will discuss "Conflicts of
Today" at Lane Hall Wednesday, 8 i f
p.m. er * * y a

The greatest wave of anti-Jewish violence since Hil er came to power swept Germany as public feeling ran
high over the death of Ernst Vom Rath, secretary of the German embassy in Paris. Vom Rath was shot by a
Polish Jew. This picture, transmitted from London to New York by radio, shows passers-,by examining a
broken window in Berlin. Most of Berlin's 1,000 Jewish stores were plundered.

Building. There will be an election .. ROCK & RYE "
SRA To Sponsor Choir Bachman Named Officer of new members.__
A meeting of students and mem- Of U.S. Chemical Society The Art Group of the Michigan
bers of the faculty interested in form- Prof. Werner E. Bachman of the Dames will meet at the League Wed- 0 It's
ing a University Choir under the chemistry department has nesday at 8 p.m. Professor G. B. s
Brigham, Jr., of the Architecture
sponsorship of the Student Religious named chairman of the organic School will speak informally on the 1 Smooth ,(
Association will be held from 7:15 chemistry division of the eAmerican subject of "Small Houses." All Wives y..
p.m. to 8 p.m. Friday at Lane Hall.;Chemical Society. ,Iof students who are interested are . S
The choir is being formed for stu- ; Walter L. Badger, of the Dow'urged to be present. Silk
dents and faculty members interest- Chemical Co., was named head of in-
ed in old religious music, dustrial and engineering chemistry. The Hiwatha Club will hold an im- _*
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uer igers, on te speakers utroat. A out r'nhuippnest
SigMa Rho Tau Prof. Joseph R. Hayden, chairman
To eb teToni ght of the political science department
T o Debate To ghtand former vice-governor of the
Philippine Islands, will speak at 6:30
Sigma Rho Tau debaters will meet: p.m. Thursday at a meeting of the
a team from the University of Detroit Church Club of Cleveland in that




Am.or A r 1ese 5rassflw
O NLY ONE WOMAN in this quiet, innocent English village,
scented murder-cold-blooded, cunning murder. "It's
very easy to kill," she told Luke Fitzwilliam, "if no one sus-
pects you." But before she could name the killer, she, too,
was struck down. And Luke, just back frogn police duty in
the Straits Settlements, found himself facing a new kind of
menace-"accidental" death...You'll find the first installment
of this mystery thriller on page 5 of your Post.
Begin "EASY TO KILL"...A New Mystery Novel



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