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THE MICPTIGAN DAILY

Urge Non-Partisan
Judicial Elections
DETROIT, Nov. 19.-(iP)-A citi-
zens' committee said tonight that pe-
titions to amend the Michigan Con-j
stitution to provide for :ion-partisan
election. of judges of the supreme,
circuit and probate courts and of
court commissioners are being cir-
culated in every county.
Such an amendment was defeated
by 60,000 votes in 1934. Another pro-
posed amendment, providing for ap-
pointment of supreme court justices,
was defeated Nov. 8.

108 Students Appear
In Week's Broadcasts
A total of 168 performers appeared
before the microphone of the Uni-
versity Broadcasting Service at Mor-
ris Hall on the 17 programs broad-
cast last week according to Prof.
Waldo M. Abbot, director of the ser-
vice.
Seven members of the faculty were
heard upon .N of the programs, while
68 are booked for the season. Upon
these same programs there have been
108 student appearances, Professor
Abbot said.

Faculty Members To Survey
Conditions In Reforested Areas

Oxford Press
To Be Agents
For University

GAD-fBOUT

The economic and social problems.
of cutover areas of northern Michigan
timber counties are being studied by
six University faculty members as
a part of the Northern Lakes States
Regional Committee, a branch of the
National Resources Committee.
A general fact finding committee
headed by Prof. Willet F. Ramsdell
of the forestry school is making a
survey of the situation in the fields
of agriculture, forestry, recreation
and wildlife in the cutover areas. The
Committee is analyzing the present
status of physical, economic and
social resources to find out the mal-
adjustments in these areas and de-
termine what program of action
might readjust conditions.
Heading the committee on employ-
ment, relief and rehabilitation is
Prof. William Haber of the economics
department. His committee was
formed to determine what changes
of employment and opportunities for
recovery exist in these districts. Prof.
George Benson of the Bureau of
Government heads a third committee
dealing with local government, rural
zonings, taxation and grants in aid.
Other University professors work-

ing on the sub-committees are Edgar
M. Hoover, Jr., of the economics de-
partment, a member of the group sur-
veying mining, industry, transporta,
tion and power conditions; Prof. R.
S. Ford. director of he Bureau of
Government, and Prof. K. C. McMur-
ray of the geography departments
both of whom are working on the
committee dealing with local govern-
ment.
The results of investigation by the
entire Northern Lakes States Region-
al Committem will be published with-
in the next few months.
Dean Edinonson Attends
Conference In Chicago
Dean James B. Edmonson of the
school of education addressed the
administrative council of the Chi-
cago schools yesterday on the sub-
ject, "Policies Which Promote Staff
Morale."
Dean Edmonson will attend a
meeting of the Conference of School
of Education Deans of Big Ten uni-
versities while in Chicago.

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For Information -Call MISS JONES at 2-3241

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From one Santa Claus to an-
other, it's time ito be filling our
packs. Snow clouds are flying
high, Donner and Blitzen are
stomping on the roof - why -
Christmas soon will be here.
* * *
THE DAY teddy bears seem
rather silly, young girls turn
their aspirations toward the beau-
ty queen's crown. Isn't that right?
CALKINS-FLETCHER'S "Santy"
thinks so - and here's what he
has in mind for her Merry Xmas.
Zipper cases and little lock and
key kits filled with everything
nice, creams, lotions, powders,
make-up. They're the most
scrumptious gifts so be sure they're
in your Christamas list. If you've
all been good girls this year we'll
tell you about the prize package.
It's a gorgeous traveling case -
with zipper pockets (especially
water-proof lined for soap and
velvet lining for jewelry. Best of
all a complete beauty kit fits right
in, you can carry it separate if
you wish. Some very, very lucky
gal is in for a wonderful Christ-
mas surprise.
COME, COME, GIRLS! What's
this we hear you've been neglect-
ing that complexion of yours and
it feels like Monday's scrub-brush?
Mrs. Di of DI MATTIA'S BEAUTY
SHOP has saved the day (and
probably a lot of masculine dis-
illusions). A year ago, some wise
man brought back from Paris the
surest guarantee for a really vel-
vety complexion-we mean French
wax treatments. It's really fun
just to see what a miracle of dif-
ference it makes. But we hope
you're not forgetting those silky
Buttermilk facials. You know you
never forget your hair do, but -
"The skin you love to touch" was
no idle chatter. Come and turn
that spotlight on a lovely com-
plexion.
* * *
FATHER, UNCLE, BROTHER,
"HIM," What shall we get them?
There's that problem creeping up-
on us again - and what to do
about it -- GAGE LINEN SHOP
says imported Irish linen ker-
chiefs, beautifully hand-mono-
grammed just can't be nosed out
in the race for aristicratic gifts.
It"s extra little luxuries like that,
the boys appreciate. But remem-
ber real hand-monogramming
takes time and orders will be
closed soof.
Take a tip, you'll find out fine
linen is something every male past
the teething' stage really appre-
ciates - and then too - you can't

offend his;
neckties -
gift.

secret phobia for red
when you choose this

BUT TO TAKE your eyes from
Christmas shopping lists and
transfer them to, home roasted
turkey. Whether your Main:Street
is 5th Ave., New York, or State
Street you want to look like the
prospering college gal when you
give the home-folks a treat. And
a bit of the POLHEMUS HAT
SHOIP originality for your new
hat is the secret. Miss Polhemus
has the, hat for some lucky girl -
a fur-banded turban! It makes
your outfit shout STYLE in cheer
leader tones. Also here's your goal
if you're that girl who needs S.A.
(stocking appeal). Miss Polhemus
has the sheerest hosiery and she
knows college girl prices.
FOR PAN-HELL" with an eye
on Christmas dances, we've been
gadding about for the smoothest
in glamour frocks for you.
DILLON'S has a collection which
will really make history. There's
a white "rep' which fairly stands
by itself as it swirls around an
enormous hoop. American beauty
roses in velvet outlining the bodice
-doesn't that sound as if a dream
were walking. A powder puff blue
satin is shirred tight and smart
for that fourteen-inch waistline.
Have you been looking for that
picture book dress - listen and
see if this isn't it: black taffeta,
yards and yards of it, and off-the
shoulder neckline if you wish,. and
beautiful roses trailing down the
hoop skirt. Have a wonderful whirl
at the dance - we'll be seeing
you.
COME ON, GIRLS, no use hid-
ing ' that "Shylock" spirit. We
know women's weakness! And here
we've discovered the bargains to
tempt you. Lovely frocks at
SARAH ROGERS, on sale for
fabulously low prices. The tiny
girl is specially lucky; there are
some winning, numbers in small
sizes. A particular favorite of ours
was sleek black crepe, plus a glit-
tering glamour girl necklace, and
touch of gold kid at your slim
waist. A black velveteen with lace
collar starched stiff and pert as
can be, is due for a "big whirl."
And then there's a new shade we
just had to look at twice - rural
autumn, a rosier shade than rust
and particularly lovely. That's
right - line forms to the right,
and we hope you get there 'fore
they're gone.

Michigan's Egyptian Collection
Sadly In NeedOf Ne w H'ousing

Results
Were
For

Of Excavations
Never Assembled
Display Purposes

By JAMES FRANKEL
If, and when, funds are found to
build an adequate museum, Univer-
sity of Michigan students will have
the opportunity of viewing an Egyp-
tian archeological collection which
has been adjudged one of the finest
in the United States. The present
archeology building, across the
street from Angell Hall, is sadly
antiquated and inadequate, and none
of the more valuable possessions can
be exhibited because it is a danger-
ous firetrap.
Stored away in the basements of
the Medical building and HillnAudi-
toifum and in a large Angell Hall
storeroom lies the result of more than
ten years of excavation. Mr. Enoch
E. Peterson, present curator of the
entered Egypt in the fall of 1935 and
began excavating with funds fur-
nished by the late Horace Rackham
In the course of the expedition two
cities were found within 50 miles
of Cairo and one was located in the
Nile delta.
In 1935, Mr. Peterson returned to
the United States with enough speci-
mens of' ancient Egyptian life and
art to keep the entire Michigan staff
busy for years. The papyrus collec-
Students Ruled Eligible
For State Compensation
DETROIT, Nov. 19-OP)-A college,
student was ruled eligible for un-
employment compensation today un-
der a decision which may have signi-
ficant c'jnsequences in administra-
tion of Michigan's grants to the job-
less.
Rabbi Heller To Speak
Rabbi Bernard Heller, director of
the Hillel Foundation, will speak on
"Customs and Beliefs of the Jews"
tomorrow at a meeting of the Wesley-
mn Guild of the State Normal College
at Ypsilanti.

tion is one of the finest in the world,
ranking with that of the British
Museum. The tapestries and collec-
tions of glass is the finest in the
country.
One of the most interesting things
in Mr. Peterson's possession is the
series of maps illustrating the ex-
cavations. These were made by two
White Russians who joined the ex-
pedition in Cairo and are acknow-
ledged to be the most skilled men in
the field.
Spanish Munitions Plant
Explosion-Fire Kills 300
PERPIGNAN, France, (At the
Spanish Frontier), Nov. 19-)-Be-
tween 200 and 300 persons were re-
ported today to have perished in a fire
and explosions which wrecked a
Spanish government munitions fac-
tory yesterday at Barcelona. Many
were wounded.
Verein Announces Hike
The Deutscher Verein is planning
a hike to the forestry department's
cabin on West Liberty Road this
afternoon. All students interested
are invited to join the hikers who
will meet at 2:30 p.m. in front of An-
gell Hall.
Prof. Haber To Speak
Prof. William Haber of the econom-
ics department will speak tomorrow
night at a meeting of the Ypsilanti
Ladies' Literary Club
'"MIR-0-KLEER
for the
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Are you a connoisseur..,
of horses, dimonds,
HOSIERY? Then you'll
choose-and treasure-
the clean-cut beauty, the
perfect performance of
Kayser Mir-O-Kleer
hose. Elegantly sheer,
economically strong,
smartly seasoned to taste
in vibrant new tones.

The Oxford University Press of The charge is $3 before Dec. 1 and
London has been appointed publisher $3.25 thereafter at the official pho-
and agents for the University Press
for Great Britain and the continent, tographers, Dey, Rentschler or Sped-
Dr. Frank Robbins, director of the ding. This amount includes two-dol-
Press, announced yesterday. ilars credit on any additional photo-
The appointment climaxed ytegotia-eagraph order as well as the 'Ensian
tions which began with the visit here 'made as soon as possible, Kettler said
last year of Kenneth Sisan, assistant {siaceapo nosictrsib
secretary of the Delegates to the Ox- taken after Christmas vacation. b
ford University Press. Later letters
were exchanged with Sir Humphrey-I
Milford, director of the press.
Titles, pages of books in selected
series published here, along with
some books not in series, will hence-
forth bear the joint imprint of the
University and Oxford p-resses.
At the same time Dr. Robbins an-
nounced that beginning this year the
"Papers of the Michigan Academy of
Science, Arts, and Letters" will be
published in sections instead of in
one large volume.
Panhell,
8 Drown As Automobile the Engineer's ball,
Plunges Into Cave-In the Soph Prom ...
WILKES-BARRE, Pa., Nov. 19-(P) those words are music
-Seven crippled boys and a youngaco-eds ear
man driving them to a clinic for a
treatment drowned today when their just now . .
automobile plunged into 30 feet of
water in a mine cave-in. and we have
A hole about 100 feet across swal- the formals
lowed the car as it plowed through a
barrier of ash piles guarding the cave- to make her
in. belle of the ball,.
Unemployed Get $185,700 ravishing nets
with sequin ,bodices,
Indigent and unemployed persons
in Washtenaw County received a total floating chiffons
of $185,700 from federal, state and hoop skirted
local agencies during October, it was
announced yesterday. Payments ofr or grecian draped,
October showed a continuation of gorgeous velvets
the reduction which began last sum-
mer. with strapless tops,
portrait gowns
Two Book-Thieves Held in rustling taffetas
Accused of stealmig $ZiO worth of forals
books from a State St. book store,
two men are being held in the county so full of rhythm
jail awaiting arraignment Monday. we have trouble
keeping them quiet
FIND NEW BEAUTY FOR in the store .
to say nothing of
our gala forral
with a
Eugene and Gabrieleen
Machinesess Permanents
RAGGEDY ANN r
lBeat y Shoff
1114 S. Univ. Ave. Ph. 7561

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