THURSDAY, DEC. 1, 1938
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Local sM Club
To Fete Prep
The University of Michigan Club
of Ann Arbor has planned to honor
the high school football players of
Washtenaw county with a banquet
on Dec. 14 in the main ballroom of
the Union. The football teams of
Ann Arbor, University and St. Thom-
as high schools are all expected to be
present, with numerous representa-
tives from various other high schools
in the county.
A number of well-known speakers
will address the banquet, it was an-
nounced, including Herbert O. (Fritz)
Crisler, Fred Janke, captain of this
year's football team, Archie Kodros,
football captain-elect, Fielding H.
Yost,. Paul Goebel, president of the
'M' club and Stanley Waltz, man-
ager of the Union. In addition to the
above speakers, the University Club
has planned to have representatives
from a number of Detroit athletic or-
ganizations, including tle Detroit
Tigers baseball team, and the De-
troit Red Wings hockey team.
ASU Will Discuss
N ational Convention
The American Student Union and
its national convention to be held
Christmas vacation in New York City
will be discussed at a meeting of the
Progressive Olub, Michigan chapter
of the ASU, to be held at 8 p.m. today
at the Union.
Plans will be made to increase the
membership of the club and to make
the organization a force for democ-
racy on the Michigan campus, a
member of the executive board stat-
ed. The ASU has a five-point plat-
form of peace, academic freedom, se-
curity, racial and social equality and
Men Who Took
What They Wanted!
The World Had Never
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Students To Air
A reenactment of France's recogni-
tion of the United States on Dec. 6,
17T; will be presented by students
in broadcasting at 3 p.m. today
over radio station WJR from Morris
Harold Gast, '39, who is director of
the skit, will play the part of Ben-
jamin Franklin, Karl Klauser, Jr.,
'39, will portray Louis XVI and Mar-
jery Soenksen, '39, Marie Antoinette.
The rest of the cast includes Beni
Wampler, '39A, James Barton, Grad.,
and David Blue, '39. Jack Zuideveld,
'40, will announce the program.
This is a part of the weekly "Little
Known Facts in American History"
series which consists of 15 minute
dramatizations of happenings during
the period from 1760 to 1790, the years
in which the country was spreading
westward over the Alleghenies.
Ypsi Hospital Head Dies
Dr. George F. Inch, '95M, who was
superintendent of the Ypsilanti State
Hospital since its inception in 1931,
died of heart attack Tuesday night at
his home. He was 66 years old,
Is No Trouble
Past experiences with skunks; dead
or alive, generously donated to the
University Museums have led Dr.
Elmer Berry to shy away from these
gifts. "There was a time," he said,
"when I didn't work fast enough
while removing the stink glands from
a frozen specimen and the Museums
Building was permeated with the
odor for days to say nothing of my-
"So I was not overenthusiastic," Dr.
Berry continued, "when a lady called
to say she was bringing over her
skunk. However, Streaky and I are
good friends now," he said, reaching
inside the cage to stroke the head of
the almost full-grown animal.
"He'svery friendly," Dr. Berry wentI
on. "Only occasionally does he as-
sume the skunk's typical defensive
pose. And thats where the amusing
part come's in-nothing happens."
Streaky has to be a pet. He hasn't
any choice in the matter for his only
means of defense has been removed.
So Streaky has become a permanent
member of the varied collection of
owls, opposums, and snakes who are
at present living on the fourth floor
of the Museums Building, awaiting
enlarged animal quarters.
Drive To Open
10th Tag Day To Be Held
Today And Tomorrow
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mas for most of the children who
are too poor to be noticed by Santa.
A workshop togete" with a quali-
fied instructor is maintained by the
society on' the ninth floor of the
hospital. Here toy animals, bears
Mickey Mouses, Donald Ducks and
several non-existent species of ani-
mal-like forms are manufactured out
of wood by the children. Games and
puzzles are constructed for other
children who are too ill to partici-
pate in the work of the shop or, are
confined to ether wards. The indi-
vidual builder receives one out of
every two articles he constructs.
I The maintenance of aife workshop
costs approximately $1,000 and will
take a goodly. portion of -the goal of
$2,000 set by the society this year.
Art Cinema League
ANNA NEAGLE SIR CEDRIC HARDWKKE
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