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THE 'MICHIGAN TAILY TUESDAY,

o-E ctucaton
Is Defended
ByRobinson
stirring defense of co-education
practiced in American institutions
igher education was offered Sun-
by Elsie Robinson, columnist on
,ial relations" in the Hearts news-
ers.
i a past article, Miss Robinson
ilred of her readers, "What's your
tude toward this idea of co-educa-
-college boys and girls attending
same classes? Do you believe it's
atural, healthy, profitable prac-
; the best possible plan for a
it democracy?"
1 reply, she received a letter from
3-year-old Colorado man attack-
co-education as an "undesirable
em which results in reckless
iding, petting parties, drinking,
,espect toward the holy state of
rimony and which is inimical to
standard of feminine virtue
ch we Americans should protect
ve anything else."
o-education does not lead to mas
ne dissipation and feminine, im-
ity, the Hearst columnist dis-
ed. "I'm dead against your verdict.
education is not a new, smart fad.
so long established and common-
ccepted in most of our states that
me dreams of questioning it," she
the Colorado letter-writer.
iss Robinson disagreed with his
rtion that "a school should -be
lace in which a student equips
self to face the battle of life and
rain himself to take a useful part
ociety, not a centre of immature,
relationships."
aches' Wives Escape
lijury In Auto Accident
rs. Herbert Crisler, wife of the
sity's head football coach, nar-
y escaped serious injury when
car she was driving to the Ohio
e game overturned twice after
ing on, a slippery pavement.
riving. the ear was Harry Tillot-
.Michigan ticket manager. His
Mrs. Clarence Munn, wife of
higan's line coach, and Mrs.
nile Schremser were alsp in the

Pittsburg Convention Pleases Lewis

Union Coffee Hour
To Be Held Today1
The third in the current series of
Union Coffee Hours will be held be-:
tween 4:30 and 5:30 p.n. today in
the small ballroom and terrace of
the Union. Mrs. Robert M. Thrall
will pour.
In keeping with the present plan
of inviting a number of campus
groups to the coffee hours, Phi Delta
Theta, Betsy Barbour residence, Pi
Beta Phi, and Zone 5 of Congress
have been especially invited. The
hour will be open to any students
and faculty members, however.
Mimes; campus dramatic society, will
present a short skit.
Chem Engineers
Unique In U.S.4!
Bad rer Revealis
BY JIM FRANKEL
Chemical engineering is almost un-
known in Europe, Walter L. Badger,
former professor of chinical en-
gineering at the University, stated in
interview yesterday.
Mr. Badger made a lecture tour of
Germany last summer at the invita-;
tion of the German Engineering So-
ciety and theI.G., gigantic German,
chemical trust.
j The German nation, Mr. Badger.
said, employs chemists and mechani-!
cal engineers in their industries and
the lack of coordination causes a
good deal of inefficiency. Chemical
engineering has never been allowed,
to develope because the influential
chemists, fearing it would displace
them, have steadily opposed it. Mr.
Badger's lecture series was for the
purpose of selling chemical engineer-
ing to both German industry and
chemists.
Often speaking twice and three
times a day, Mr. Badger traveled
through Germany addressing tech-
nical staffs at I.G. plants, at Hoch-
schules (technical high schools)and
at, various meetings of the German
Engineering Society. The subject,
was basically the training of chem-
ical engineers and their place in in-
dustry, stressing the point that the
chemists need not fear competition
but could rather look for valuable
cooperation.

To I~e(1(idF'(izi Embal)ssy

EVENING RADIO
PROGRAMS

7:30 Don't You Beleve It
8:00 Good Neighbors
8:30 Morton Gould's Orchestra
9:00 Spotlight Parade
9:30 'loronto Symphony Orchestra
10:30 Nadia Riesenberg
11:00 Canadian Club Reporter
11:30 Salute to Cities
12:00 Dick Barrie's Orchestra
12:30 Dave Apollon's Orchestra

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Chairman John L. Lewis of the C.I.O. and his wife-who is rarely
photographed--seem pleased with the speech they've heard at the C.I.O.
convention in Pittsburgh, Pa. The 500 convention delegates mapped a
social security program, endorsed the "humanitarian and social pro-
gram" of President Roosevelt, and threatened to. boycott the Ford Motor
Company unless it agrees to "bargain collectivety" with United Automo-
bile Workers.
'Murphy For Supreme Court'
Discounted By Faculty Men,
By BEN MARINO more probable than a seat on the
Recent press dispatches citing the high tribunal.for him.

Dr. Hans Thomsen (above),
counselor, i'4ll be in charge of the
German Embassy when Ambassa-
dor Hans Dieckoff returns to Ber-
lin, probably next week, to report to
his government on the American
attitude toward Nazi treatment of
Jews.
Tots Of Automotive Parts
Received By University
Five crates, containing more than
a ton of material on the automotive
industry were delivered to the Univer-
sity Transportation Library through
the efforts of William R. Emblidge,
University law alumnus.
Mr. Emblidge made arrangements

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WJR
P. M.
Stevenson News
The Inside of Sports
To be ann'ounced
Helen Mencken
Bid Town with Edw. C. i: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 Orchestrau
Sammy Kaye's Orchestra
mwwJ
P. M.
Tyson's Sports
Bradcast
Amos 'n' Andy
We Old Timers
Johniy Presents
For Men Only
Battle of the Sexes
Fibber McGee
Bob Hloper
NBC Feature
Newscast
Hotel Statler Orchestra
Webster Hall Orchestra
NBC Dance Music
Weather; Scores
WXYZ
P. M.
The Day in Review
,Say it With Music
Easy Aces.
The Green Hornet
Joseph Usifer's Orchestra
Information, Please
True Stories.
Donald Novis Sings
NBC Jamboree
Ralph Blane
Hawaiian Serenaders
Tom Gentry's Orchestra
Don Bester Orchestra
Les Brown Orchestra
IMLW
P. M.

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LOOK FELLAS!
We got DONALD DUCK
messed up in a "FOX HUNT"
with GOOFEY,-
A Grand Disney Cartoon-
and, we gotta feature, too-

possibility that Governor Murphy
may receive the presidential nornina-
tion to- the Supreme Court of the'
United States upon the termiation
of his term in Michigan were largely
discounted by members of the po-
litical science faculty.
- All unanimously agreed that no
substantial grounds existed for a
dogmatic prediction in either direc-
tion, but the possibilities were strong-
er against his nominaton. It was
generally felt that there is a sizeable
list of men more qualified as judges
and legal authorities than Murphy,
and that a cabinet post would be

It was generally felt that Murphy's
retirement into a judicial post at this
time would be unlikely as a more ac-
tive political appointment may be
forthcoming. The; possible resigna-
tions of Attorney-General Cummings
and Secretary of Commerce Roper
may lead to a cabinet appointment,
and there is also the possibility of
Murphy's return to the Philippine
Islands were .he served so well as
Governor of the Islands.
It is not likely that an appoint-
ment will be made to the Supreme
Court before the next session of Con-
gress in January.

to have nearly 10 tons of material
sorted over before he sent the selected
items here from Buffalo.
Z I=I P' TURE ARE
Daily 2:00 - 4:00 - 7:00 - 9:00 P.1M
NOW PLAYING!
A KING VIDUR ProdofAJCsann
wit RALPH RICHARDSON RE HARRs
EMLYN WILLIAMS - Prcduced byyictorSa
THE
STARTING THAN]
Shirley Tempti

6:00 Stop and Go
6:30 The Airliners
7:00 Washington News Commentator

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and we got
ROBERT BENCHLEY

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"How To Watch a Football
Ganme"
NO - That's Not All-
We Got an Historical Mystery:
"MAN ON THE ROCK"
and Lastly
PARAMOUNT NEWS
Yessi r - We
Sure Got Em
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