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March 02, 1940 - Image 2

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Ace Swimmer Tom Haynie Tells
Of Experiences In South America DAILY OWFFIC IA
By BERNARD DOBER the turrets on the Graf Spec had and patrol the waters. When ship SATURDAY, MARCH 2, 1940 car
Most people remember Montivedeo only one line connecting them with officers signalled a British ship to VOL. L. No. 108 wee
as, the place where the German poc- e
ket battleship Graf Spee was scut- the observer in the tower. This line halt for a boarding party, the vessel
tled, but to Michigan swimmer Tom was destroyed when a shot hit the refused to put up. A shot was fired Noces the:
,Hynie it's the place where "Ihad ship, thereby eliminating the gun- across the bow of the ship to warn
torn fors mhy plie aher I yeld ners' only means of determining the it, but vibrations from the gun split Apparatus Exchange: The Regents Wa
'o dil for my life after I yelle accuracy of their firing. Consequent- he seams of the one boat "Trinidad at their meeting in March, 1927, au- thei
Navy" and ended the brief existence thorized an arrangement for the sale
"Anti-Hitler feeling is very strong of this small "Armada." of scientific apparatus by one de- the
down there, and the people didn'tHhav
hesitate nto chase e, he explained. tant event to follow is the fate of the of the sale to be credited to the clas
Hayne, ntionl cllegate 20-Chinese crew of a British tanker budget account of the department pris
and 448-yard free style champion mutinied in Trinidad. This crew was from which the apparatus is trans- Ieg
last year, looked tan and healthy ferred den
after a six months' tour of South picked up by the ship on which Departments having apparatus Ass
American countries as a member of team was travelling and taken to which is not in active use are advised wit]
the AAU swiming team. New York. From there the rmen were to send description thereof to the
the AU sifluiingtaken to 'Montreal and wee to be
Another interesting experiencea University Chemistry Store, of which 8s
came when the team arrived in .rtransported to Vancouver where a Prof. R. J. Carney is director. The Se
Buenos Aires, Argentina, after the boat would take then to China. Big Chemitry store headquarters are in be
Graf Spee incident. Sailors of the question in this affair is whether or
notJapn illfolowtheacionofRoom 223 Chemistry Building. An
ill-fated ship were still interned not Japan will follow the action of effort will be made to sell the appara-
there, but were not actually confined. the British n oing erm a neura tus to other departments which areth
heGermansailors,allofwhomes anremingGermnlikely to be able to use it. In some
The-.. Gemn alrs,alofw m by stopping the ship and taking f
appeared very young, spent their gers, instances the apparatus may be sent
time drinking beer with crew mem- off the Chinese crew. It will be in to the University Chemistry store on ma
bers of the British battleship HMS . . . Tells Of Graf Spee the headlines, Haynie predicted. consignment and if it is not sold the
Exeter, Haynie said. When the within a reasonable time, it will be Sion
United States ship Helena pulled in- ly, for the major part of the battle, returned to the department from gra
to port, the triple combination had they were firing without knowing H aremCSle, which it was received. The object wo
an "international joyfest," he re- just where their shots were landing, reof this arrangement is to promote dei
ports. Best laugh of the trip came at the Q * .tv economy by reducing the amount of bey
From authoritative sources in expense of the "Trinidad Navy," 9 unused apparatus. It is hoped that this
Buenos Aires, Haynie learned that which is now extinct. Officials of departments having such apparatus dre
Trinidad decided that they needed t o t will realize the advantage to them- the
a navy because of the war, Haynie selves and to the University in avail- it w
Union Opera Closesnav of t ing themselves of this opportunity.
U oCles declared, and proceeded to buy an AMoat"or-tl"bleinSreyWSmh: 8
The reign of the Union Opera old. freighter, fit her out with guns A Mozart "court-style ballet in ___r__y .h.
"Four Out of Five," in the dramatic the setting of an Oriental harem! CI
spotlight comes to an end today with That's the situation faced by Ruth Faculty, Shool of Education: The be
two' final performances at the Lydia M PA T Hd H. Bloomer of the physical education regular luncheon meeting of the deli
Mendelssoh rm heaes adepartment, as she trains 12 dancers faculty will be held Monday, March por
A m aindel ~ petr e wil pre-for their ballet part in "Abduction 4, at twelve noon, at the Michigan Re
A matinee performance will be pre-thI e e from the Harem.", Union. Hl
>ented at 2:30 p.m., and the evening 19th11 eet Here frmteHr."Ui.H:
showing at 8:30., aThe operetta will be produced by M
Play Production and the School of Students, College of Literature, cea
High Schotl Press Group Music Thursday, Friday and Satur- Science and the Arts: Elections bee
dee your fountainpenWl o eeMy2 day in the Lydia Mendelssohh The-
yp Will Convene May 2 atre.
store only Several factors complicate the sit-
The Michigan Interscholastic Press uation, she explained, pointing out
P c'Association will hold its nineteenth that the music was definitely not Ori-
S T annual convention here on May 2, ental, but that it was merely Mozart's
3 and 4, Pro. John L. Brumm of conception of Oriental. The main
3r oractors, she added, are supposed to be
dy Bars Popular Brand the journalism department announe- English people who have been ab-
CIGARETTES ed yesterday. ducted to an Oriental harem.
S ~ r The MIPA is an organization of The ballet, therefore, Miss Bloom-
Rits state high school publications spon- er explained, is based on tozart's{0
sored by the University's journalism time and place, which means a kind C
a carton department. of glorified court dance, made more
Cus tax "The convention program, some- spectacular and much more athletic
what simplified, bids well to be up to appeal to our modern eyes.
2 DAYS ONLY to the high standard consistently We cannot work in Olerital move-
maintained through the years," Prof- ments with music that's definitely
Brumm predicted yesterday. Fewer Mozart, she laughed, but we have
I CT.round-table discussions, to eliminate managed to add to the routine some
the need for choices among several' turns and spins, which to western
;meetings at the same hour, and in- 'minds are indicative of the Orient.
Next to Michigan Theatre spiring speakers and leaders insure Miss Bloomer observed that the
.tq 12 MIDNITE 6339-9288 a great convention." use of ballet in opera in Mozart's
Two of this year's convention ses- time was mainly and frankly as a
sions will be devoted to publication relief from singing; and to put life
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