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January 13, 1939 - Image 6

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Former N RA Chief Hopkins Denying He Ever Said It,

OrchestIra Group
To PlayIn. Toledo
Under the direction of Trhor M.
Johnson, the University's Little Sym-
phov ill play the second ini a series'
of four concerts, 'Tuesday,.;:t the Mu.-
3eum gof Art, Toledo, 0.
The orchestra will play Haydn's
"Symphony No. 12 in E major";
"Concerto in D major," also by
Haydn, with Ruth R. Krieger, '39SM,
playing the~ violoncello solo; Mehul's
overture to the opera, "Joseph";
five pieces "For the Children," by
Tausman; and Glazounov's "Interlu-
dium in Modo Antico."
ENow in its third season, the Little
Symphony plans a concert tour later'
in the year, which will cover 22 states.
Dentists To Hear Wilson
Dr. C. W. Wilson of Detroit, form-j
er director of the pedodontic section
of the Detroit Clinic Club. will ad-
dress the Washtenaw District Den-
tal Society at its monthly meeting at
16:30 p.m. Tuesday, in the Union.

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Senator Arthur H.' Vandenberg (Rep) asked the questions and Harry L. Hopkins (left) gave the answers at a
hearing in Washington before the Senate Commerce Committee on the former WFA administrator's nomina-
tion for Secretary-of Conmnerce. The nmicrophone between #them carried their rema rks to the far reaches ,of the
crowded room. Hopkins denied he had ever said: "We will spend and spend and tax and tax and elect and


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Illinois Men Like Thelir Women
Pretty;Girls Prefer, Intellectuals
'Su rvey Shaws Clleg" ians 1were list dl in that order by the col-
Like o re Of OwniitSex lege you .hs as reasons for the un-
Savc- LoveForpopulari y of a girl. The women said
. a , ~e o Opposite- hat the;. did. not enjoy the company
t"TIe may be beautiful aind db 3f men vho were "self-centered, un-
but ttniversity of Illinois, men still telei.odihns"
Ohly three students said that they
insist that pulchritude is thie quality(Idsie oepesn hnte
ithat they' seek most in their co-eddilkdMrpesn thn hy
friends. ikd
This finding was made by two
f University of Illilnois psychology pro-
fessors, William F. Thomas and Paul
!T. Young, who conducted a series ofC e r nc
tests., wit more than 700 students to C e- a t- Sal.
disliker reasons, why they like and
dsieother people.
In spite of the male emphasis on
beauty, the co-eds maintained thatBigradB
intelligence was the quality ,thiey
sought most in their campus boy- m\I1KTF I-AT 1a

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.friends. Manly beauty ranked far
down their list, but consideration,.
kindness, and cheerfulness were rat
- ed after intelligence as essential
tcharacteristics of the popular male.
FjSubjects of the experiment, evenly
l divided between men and women,
.were all between the ages of 17-22.
'They were given a series of blanks
to fill by listing the initials of the
persons whom they liked and dis-
liked, and their reasons for the at-
titude. Results of the survey were
published~ in the "Journal of Social
Pyhology," a scientific magazinej
published in Provincetown, Mass.
I Both men and women like moreI
persons of their own sex than they
do of the opposite sex, the testst
showed. At the same time it was re-
vealed -that the one person most loved
f by men or women is likely to be a
member of the opposite sex. Both
! agreed that the one person most un-
popular is generally a member of
their own sex.
Conceit, snobbishness, and deceitI

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