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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

Joyce's Works Man-Hating Ma
To Be Shown Motivated Byl
Here All eek BySTAN SWINTON
Michigan State's naive males may
have originally motivated her feel-
R ii ascripts Ae Displayed ings, but it took Michigan's sophisti-
At Local Book Room- ates to send her to a typewriter inI
fury, Marian Phillips, '42, the man-
'Ulysses' Is Featured hating girl whose article in "Perspec-
tives" Sunday is gaining her nation-
Holograph and typewritten manu- wide fame, declares irately.
scripts and first editions of the works Angered by the charge of Ray Tur-
of James Joyce are being shown dur- ner, editor of the State News, MSC
ing this week at The Book Ioom, 308 undergraduate paper, that "none of
T eolection us ever dated her." Miss Phillips re-
is one of State threeotzts tandilgJoy c trted "I dated millions of State men
is one ftetreottigJye -at least it seemed like millions."
libraries in this country, John Brin---Theastieesrikedthe.
nin, '41, proprietor of the shop said "They're just like I descrbed them.
yesteray. , But th MSC men only started my
I'any editions of the author's best feelig. It was the Michigan men
known work, "Ulysses," are found who clenched it. l s
in the exhibit.. A presentation copy "Then, philosophically, she added,
of the first edition 'of the work, "Theyre all the same no matter hw
publishe'd by Sylvia Beach's Shake-
speare & Co., Paris ,in 1922 heads the
list for absolute value, but there are peech aculty
many other association items which
deserve attention, Brinnin pointed T Attend M t
out. Among these, without men- o £ Ien VAU
tioning. any book except "Ulysses,"
are a three volume first edition of In Ohio Dee. 27
the German translation, inscribed by
the author to Elliot Paul, author 9f
"The Life and Death of a Spanish Six Will Address Sessions
Town," a first edition of the French SpeechS~ns
translation, published n Paris in Of Speech Association;
1929, aiO the Limited Editions plub's Nine Are To Make Ti
rare edition with illustrations by I ______ r
Matisse, signed by Joyce. Nine faculty members from the
Hadwritten mantsci'pts an d speech department will attend the
Aypewritten revisions of 'the poems in 23rd annual convention of the Na-
Joyce's "Poems Penyeach" are shown tional Association of Teachers of
in the collection, and an absolutely Speech to be held from Dec. 27 to 30
unique translation by Joyce of Ger- at Hotel Cleveland in Cleveland, 0.
hart Hauptmann's "Before Sunrise," Prof. G. E. Densmore is executive
written in a child's notebook in which secretary of the organization and
the author's attempts to erase the Prof. Louis M. Eich is chairman of
scribblings of the child in order to the Oration Conmittee. Others at-
write, is also shown. This transla- tending the convention are Prof. John
tion has never been published. H. Muyskens, Prof. Waldo M. Abbot,
Items in the exhibit total neary 10 Prof. Henry D.& Moser, Prof. William
pieces, all of them 'are. The exhiit P. Halstead, Prof. Harlan H. Bloom-
will not be shown after Saturday, er, Frederic O. Crandall, Arthur Se-
Brinnin said. cord, and John R. Clancy.
Professor Densmore will speak be-
fore a joint meeting of the National
Bk xehan e Theatre Conference and the Ameri-
can Educational Theatre Association
on "Teaching Method in a Beginning
ets N r& aiSpeech Course" Tuesday, Dec. 27. On
Wednesday, Professor Eich will talk
on "The Relation of Content, Form
Four Students Will Act and Style to Interpretive Reading"
As m t Hbefore an oral interpretation group.
As Comm1ittee eads Other speeches will be made by Mr.
(rmage ) Secord on "Methods Used by Out-
( estanding High School D e b a t e
Arbor1 and a piano frpm Mrs. Levi Coaches," Professor Abbot on "Radio
D. Wines of Ann Arbor. Courses at the University of Michi-
Prof. William R. Taylor of the bot- gan," Professor Muyskens on "The
granted a leave of Development of Speech" and Mr.
asny cu s wasght seClancy on "Moving Pictures of the
absence so he igh serve as botan- Sh~ady Trails National Speech Im-
ist on the AfTen Hancock expedition Shdy ra i SatI
to Mexico, Central and South Aier- provement Camp.
ica and the tGalapagos Islands. He The association includes a 4,500
e gone from March 10 to May membership and a total attendance
will;b of 1,50Q is expected at this conven-
Prof. R. D. McKenzie of the so- tion. Three related conventions are
ciology department was granted a also being held simultaneous with
leave to the end of the present se- the National Association of Teach-
mnester because of illness. ers of Speech. These are The Ameri-
can Eductional Theatre Associa-
eSabbatical leaves for the second tion, The National Theatre Confer-
Seester went to Dr. Walter G. Mad- ence, and The American Speech Cor-
dock of the Medical School and Prof. rection Association. Delegates will
Christian N. Wenger of the engineer- come from every state in the Union
ing -nglish departinent. and from Canada.
Dr. Grover C. Penberthy of De-
troit was given an appointment as
non-resident lecturer in medicine for
the present year. Vacation Hours
Two Alulmi Association officers,j
Oscar A. Eberbach of Ann Arbor, O f Lbrar Set
treasurer, and T. Hawley Tapping,
general secretary, were reappointed.
Dr. Richard H. Kingery was named Sudents Able To Take Out
a member of the School of Dentistry's
executive committee for a three-year Books Xot In Demand
term ending Oct. 31, 1941.
William W. Bishop, Librarian, has
Civil Service Seen announced that the General Library
will be open during vacation from 8

T Ham er Polic a.m. to 6 p.m. daily, starting Satur-
day. On Dec. 26 and Jan. 2, it will.
be closed all day. The library will be
(Continued from Page 1) closed at noon on Dec. 24 and Dec. 31.
The Departmental Libraries will
duties of over 17,000 positions have be open from 10 a.m. to 12 oil Sat-
been studied and employees in these urday and regularly from 10 a.m. to
posts have been given qualifying ex- 12 and from 2 to 4 p.m. Monday
aminations. Ten per cent, he stated, through Friday, beginning the week
have proved incompetent and have of Dec. 19.
been dropped. Approximately 50,000 Students leaving town who have
have been examined to set up eligible urgent need for books during the
lists for 150 grades of employment vacation period will be given per-
and a sound plan of compensation mission to take such books with them,
has been established, fair both to the provided they are not in general de-
employes and the taxpayers. However, mand, on application at the office of
much is yet to be accomplished, the Superintendent of Circulation.
Brownrigg said, and the strong, sup-___--__ _--
port of the citizenry is needed for
amendments which will be presented
at the next legislature.
Refuting those who criticize the
state's civil service, i declared.,
"Michigan enploys ihe most ad- LAST TIMES TODAY
vanced system of any civil service WAVE THAT FLAG-BEAT THAT DRUM
jurisdiction in the United States." BLOW THAT BUGLE-HERE THEY COME'
These critics, he said, pretend to fav-
or civil service but object to the way
in which it is administered. If their
reasons for criticism are closely ex-
amined, he concluded, they will be
found to be based on purely selfishJ
motives.
Only Two More
Shopping Days
before vacation*

+ esist in any kind of work. Please place -
rion' sborrows _I_
DAILy sF IA BULwour callsas early as possible.
" I( The Bureau of Appointments has
M etOfoMichigann in uleti Is cotructve notie to ai members of Ui received notice of the following Unit-
Uiversity. Copy received at the ofi e of the Assistat to th Presiet ed. States Civil Service Examinations.
unil 3:30; 11:00 a.m. On SadaY. Last date for filing application is
you slice it. State men aren't any given in each case.
better or worse." WEDNESDAY, DEC. 14, 1938 side of Room 255, West Engineering Biometrician. Salary, $3,800. Jan.
The statement of Turner's which VOL. XLIX. No. 68 Building. 10.
angered the campus' foremost man- Associate Biometrician. Salary, $3,-
hater was, "She tried out for the Student Tea: President and Mrs. 1939 Mechanical Engineers, Gradu- 200. Jan. 20.
News last year and hung around the Ruthven will be at home to students, ate Students and Business-Admin- Assistant Biometrician. Salary, $2,-
office a lot. She may have dated a Wednesday from 4 to 6 p.m. istration-Engineers: 600. Jan. 10.
State man. I couldn't say for sure The 1939 group picture will be Chief Museum Division. Salary,
that she never had, for none of usl The Automobile Regulation will be made up during the early part of $4,600. Jan. 9.
knew her that well. But I do know lifted for the Christmas vacation vacation. If your photograph is not Examiner of Questioned Docu-
that none of us ever dated her." period from 12 noon on Friday, Dec. in now kindly explain circumstances ments. Salary, $3,200. Jan. 9.
His comment was occasioned by the 16, until 8 a.m. on Tuesday, Jan. 3. at once to Miss Coon. Chief Artist-Designer. Salary, $2,-
note Fred Randall Jones, '38, Per-'_ 600. Jan. 9.
spective editor, attached to the Phil- General Library: During the va- Pre-forestry and forestry students: Principal Artist-Designer. Salary,
lips .article. It declared "Anti-male cation period the General Library Announcement is made of the annual $2,300. Jan. 9.
prejudices rpay have arisen during the will be open daily from 8 a.i. till 6 contest for the Charles Lathrop Pack Senior Artist-Designer. Salary, $2,-
year she spnt at Michigan State Col- p.m. beginning Dec. 17, except on Foundation Prize in Forestry, the 000. Jan. 9.
lege." Dec. 26 and Jan. 2, when it will be conditions for which may be secured Associate Physiologist. Salary, $3,-
"Why I Hate Men," which was orig- closed all day, and on Dec. 24 and from the Recorder of the School of 200. Jan. 10.
iially written for an English class Dec. 31 (Saturdays), when it will Forestry and Conservation, 2048 Junior Meteorologist. Salary, $2,-
and handed into Perspectives only at close at noon. which may be decided upon in con- 000. Jan. 9.
the request of an editor who heard The Departmental Libraries will sultation with members of the faculty Assistant Parasitologist (Nema-
it read by the professor, has focused be open from 10 to 12 a.m. on Sat- of the School, must be filed in the todes) Salary, $2,600. Jan. 10.
the flood-light of publicity on Marian urday, Dec. 17 and regularly each offce of the Recorder not later than Complete announcements are on
Phillips. Since it was published she day from 10-12 a.m. and 2-4 p.m. December 17, 1938. file at the University Bureau of Ap-
has received 50 phone calls, so many Monday through Friday, beginning _pointments and Occupational Infor-
in fact that she's "glad not to be with the week of Dec. 19. mation, 201 Mason Hall, office hours:
home more of the time." To The Householders: Mny stu- 9-12 and 2-4.
Detroit papers started the tide of German Departmental Library: All dens will remain in Ann Arbor over University Bureau of Appointments
attention by reprinting vitriolic state- books are due Dec. 12. the holidays and will need work to and Occupational Information.
ments contained in the article. Na- help maintain themselves during that
tional press services picked it up Hillel Library. All books were due time. If you need student help and Cocert s
and now no one-least of all Marian Dec. 7. Will those who still have will call Miss Elizabeth A. Smith, Ext.
Phillips-knows where it is all going books out please return them im- 2121, Student Employment Bureau, Choral Union Concerts: Beniamino
to end. mediately? Dean of Students Office, she will be Gigli, Italian operatic tenor, will give
glad to send you a young man to as- (Continued on Page 4)
w Freshman Engineers: Mentor re-
FaCUltyLAttend ports are available for some groups _ 1_CT E AEETE ETA ET
a u this afternoon. For conference ~
schedules, see the bulletin board out-
Expect Larg.e Vote 2:00 - 4:00 - 700 - 9:00 P. M.
STARTING TODAY ! 3 DAYS ONLY
At New York Conclave In Senior Elections
Eight To Convene Dec. 28 -
! (Continued from Page 1) .t 0;~{
Several members of the romance '.. Q%) S "j O ,
language department will attend a vote for three men and two women, tU
meeting of the Modern Language As- Luebke said. ballot f5r the +
mciation, Dec. 28-31, in New York B c m e l f
soito,'engineering college finds ten men in o'Ayyf
City. They include Professors Char'es the field for three positions: Arthur
A. Knudson and Warner F. Patter- F. Bottjer, Edward J. Egle, Hubert
_son, Dr. Vincent A. Scanio, Lafayette Graf, Peter G. Ipsen, Charles Jacob-
F. Dow,' Dr. Charles N. Stsubach son, Frederic Olds, Leonard D. Orr,
Fred G. Space, Leland Smull and
and Professors Joseph N. Lincoln, L. Willson Worthing.
Charles P. Wagner and Julio del Toro. Jerome Mitchell and Roerta Chis-
The last four mentioned who are sus, representing the forestry and
members of the Spanish department, architecture schools, gained their MarieAnnee ne
will attend at the same time a meet committee posts automatically, since O E oIN
ng of the American Association of they were the only ones who had tree
Teachers of Spanish. petitioned.seir third and bestfeaure picture
Prof. Lincoln has been honored with Since no petitions had been submit- JEAN HE
an important committee chairman- ted to Men's Council by seniors in the "' CLAIRE
ship, and Professor Knudson is in music, education, nursing and fores- REVOR, CESAR ROMERO
charge of the Linguistics and Medieval try schools, Luebke intimated that
Literature group at the M.L.A. con- special elections would have to be A streamlined, staccato Extra
vention. In the section on French Lit- held. paced story. .. whirling in
erature of the 16th and 17th Cen- and out of New York's THE WORLD IS OURS
turies, Professor Patterson will give a Las Gives Model Broadway. .alive with thri NEWS OF THE DAY
paper entitled "Further Notes on Lng action and romance!
Pierre de Deimier." Fo Co PComing Sqturday ! BOB BURNS "ARKANSAS TRAVELER"
Dr. Staubach is to begin a paper S__ _ _ _ __ __e__
before the A.A.T.S. on "The Influence
of Pierre Bayle on Feijoo." (Continued fron Page iy
trade indicate quite clearly that in Buy Your Christmas
Dr. P rdom ites any struggle which may come be-
Ute totalitarian powers and the IE l
New N.Y.A. Needs United States over South America, BUS TICKETS Early!
England and its navy will remain
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Dr..Luther Purdom, Director of the lane to American shores.i-a
University Bureau of Appointments The United States must base its United States avaiable at
and Occupational Information, acting foreign policy on a distinction be-CU
as head of the State Advisory Com- tween the aggressor nation and the '
mittee of the National Youth Admin- nation attacked. The struggle forEVEUIC HI N K I
istration meeting in Lansing lst peace today, he declared, is a struggle BU REU
Friday, emphasized the necessity for against fascism, and a struggle TK Y ELU K~
increasing the current work training against is a struggle for democracy. "YOUR STUDENT BUREAU"'
program in the state. There can be no standing on the HOURS 8 A.M. - 6 P.M. Ph. 2-4431 Even, 2-3000
Immediate action of the commit- side-lines in the post-Munich world.
tee was suggested in the form of ex- The campus must, he concluded, be i't _______________
Pansion of NYA camps at Houghtonunited to strengthen the cause of de- -
and Ironwood in the Upper Peninsula mocracy and it is the function of the
and at Chelsea and Cheboygan in the ASU to contribute to that strengthen- .
lower part of the state. ing.

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