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-AGE SIX ~M~iCtI-AN DAILY
One Hundred High School Students Are Given Schola

FRIDAY, MAY 10, 1940
irships

Winners Of Aluni Awards

Spread Of European War Is Feared

Labor U1ions
Dispute Ruling

Business
11o ors

Society

(Cont] ited
Schaffer, Howard W. Snyder, Clifto
Wiliain Pritula and John W. Crispin
The list continues with: Rober
Bemis of Ecorse; Clifford Holmeso
Robert V. Martelli of Perudale; Ele
Rolland of Flint;. Hudson M. Anders
Frances E. Vyn of Grand Haven; Jos
of Grand Rapids; Carson C. Grunew
Pointe; Palmer Osborn and Robert J.,
Helen Bark Chosen
Martha L. Keas and William Mac-
Ritchie of Hillsdale; Howard W.
Kammeroad of Holland; Harvey
Lommen of Ionia; Claude E. Ober-
dorffer of Iron Mountain; Carl B.
Penn of Jackson; Sara Junker of
Kalamazoo; Martha A. Raitanen of
L'Anse; Boyd Yard of Lansing;
George D. Lutz of Lapeer; Myron B.
Ells of Marshall; Gerald J. Foley of
Menominee; Charles Chaplin and
Helen M. Kressbach of Monroe; Lois
E. Brandenburg and Alice L. Schutt
of Mt. Clemens and Paul Kennedy of
Mt. Pleasant.
Others included: John F. Barlow
of Muskegon; E. Harwood Rydholm
of Negaunee; Harry Bailey and
Rachel C. Gillette of Niles; Richard
D. Geneu of Owosso; Diana E. Beebe
and David F. Striffler of Pontiac;
Gerald A. Oakes and William J.
Snodden of Port Huron; Nancy L.
Frank of Rochester; Barbara M.
Cardew and Edwin F. Lau of Royal
Oak; Worthy T. Boyd and Carl C.
Rabe of Saginaw: John D. Babington
and Marion L. Smith of Sault Ste.
Marie, and Jean D. Groves of Wayne.
Martha Keas Named
Helen C. Bark of Ludington;
Katherine A. Beadle of St. Clair,
Carol J. Booth of Marine City; Fred
J. Bryan of i'ielvindale; Rosa M.
Clark of Fenton; Evelyn L. Davies
of Clarkston; Eleanor L. Finkel of
Port Hope; Howard Fulsher of Har-
risville; Ben C. Hekhuis of Fremont;
William J. bLalley of Lowell; Fey K.
Looman of Cedar Springs; Ronald
Martin of Albion; Paul R. Massie. of
Bessemer, and Dorothy Moran of
Port Austin.
The list concludes with: Mary E.
O'Malley of Brown City; Patricia
Phillips of Lawrence; Anne Podoley
of Mt. Morris; Ellen Rhoads of Dun-
dee; Betty M. Robinson of Wyan-
dotte; Irene H. Roman of River
Rouge; Harold E. Rudel of Minden
City; Marion L. Sell of Manistee;
Mahala C. Smith of Lincoln Park;
John T. and Mark J. VanAken of
Coldwater.

or _tunton -V lf
f'omI 1E THE tr
n C. Rhead, Jr., George J. Schulte, VI ET
i, Jr., of Detroit.
t D. Essig of Dowagiac; Janice M. 'G-ERM AWNY R 1.t s 3 2
of Ecamaba; Arthur H. Fowler and
eanor G. Garthwaite and Donna M.
on of Frankfort; Maryellen Lillie and
seph R. Dangl and Linda L. Reisman,
vald and Pearce Chambers of Grosse , swrz. BUDAPEST
Roush of Hastings.cf Z
TRESTE___ ___ ___R.UMANIA__T
rGADE BUCHAREST
Ann Abor lack
CORSJCjj . ll9 1%BULGARIA Sea
Here Is Today's News ROME SOFIA
In Summary ANKARA
SARDINIA e1
For the first time in nine years theG
school tax rate in Ann Arbor reached AE
a new low as the Board of Education ATHENS
established Wednesday night the
total rate at 12.1 mills for city and A7Cb
township, the .lowest since 1931-32 R T
when the rate was 12 mills.
Current operations for the coming r a n e u
school year make up 9.5 mills, leav- SU
ing 2.1 mills for meeting old bond
obligations and one-half mill for ALEXANDRIA
meeting North Side School obliga-
tions. '' L I B Y A. E G Y P T
The board of education last
Wednesday night also appointed Arrows on this Associated Press map show where huge new troop
fourteen playground instructors movements have formed or may form new fighting fronts now that
and supervisors, and eight census the war has spread into further neutral zones. Arrows (1) show where
enumerators. German troops moved toward the Netherlands. Other arrows (2)
New evidence has been discovered show how German armies might move against Yugoslavia, one passing
by the Ann Arbor police that the through Hungary if that nation gives permission. Arrows from Rome
University students are making ready (3) shows how Italian troops could move into Yugoslavia where tension
for their departure and that the is great and 600,000 men are under arms. Meanwhile Britain was busy
present school year is nearing its seeking to line up the Balkan states for a united effort against "aggres-
close as they found four parking sion" and arrows (4) show how Allies could pour troops into the Bal-
signs missing from the Forest Hill kans from the Suez area.
cemetery Wednesday afternoon and
two others Thursday morning.
Police believe that the missing Elects State Allots Relief
signs are those taken by students as Tau Beta Pi Allots
"souvenirs" for the school year and Fund Of $547,000
are now being thrown out in pre- obert orrison
mature home-going packing .
As New President LANSING, May 9.--(')-The State
Maxine Fulford, Lillian Isaac-
son, and Frederick Wellington of Social Welfare Commission today
Ann Arbor High School are the Robert J. Morrison, '41E, was elect- secured permission from the execu-
three local recipients of the an- ed president of Tau Beta Pi, national tive office to allocate approximately
nual University alumni under- honorary engineering society, at a $547,000 to the counties for relief
graduate scholarships awarded purposes in June, rather than the
each year based on scholarship, dinner meeting held at Barton Hill $400,000 Budget Director Gus T. Hart-
character and financial need. The Country Club yesterday, man had proposed.
scholarship provides tuition for Other officers chosen include Rob- After a conference with Emerson
two semesters. ert Buritz, vice-president; Allen F. R. Boyles, Governor Dickinson's legal
-- Gilliard, corresponding secretary; advisor, Chairman Walter F. Gries
* Orrin G. Youngquist, secretary-treas- delcared "we will have available for
.erspectives urer; John Strand, cataloguer; and June about as much as we did for
E. Michael Hindert, Engineering May." The May allotment was
N ames StafCouncil representative. $545.000.
Morrison will begin his new duties Asked if Hartman had agreed to
next fall by attending the national the figure, Gries replied: "It has been
Sor ext ear convention to be held in Lexington, taken up with Hartman and he
Ky. understands it."
d) The new officers will be installed The allocations will be made at a
gt a meeting May 21. Commission meeting later this month.

hICounSC
DETROIT, May
unions took issue
Michigan Unemploy
tion Commission fo
counsel in the midst
payment of benefit
Chrysler Corp. empl
The controversy c
commission's withd
Slavin, its genera:
pending cases, and
of an assistant, Mis
ent.
Hearings on show-
writs of ceriorari, res
mission from pay:
Chrysler workers m
by a 54-day strike w
poration plants, are
and in Lansing torn
The CIO United A
ers, through Preside:
asserted Slavin, wh
ing the Michigan U
surance law, was bei
cases
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Change
Scored

9.--/P)-Labor
today with the
ment Compensa-
r switching legal
of litigation over
s to some 35,000
oyes.
entered about the
rawal of Harry
I counsel, from
the substitution
s Florence Clem-
-cause orders and
training the com-
ing benefits to
ade idle last fall
xhich closed Cor-
to be held here
sorrow.
utomobile Work-
nt R. J. Thomas,
o aided in draft-
nemployment In-
ng kept out of the

I Z VIt M/l berlship macy school is leaving this week i>
IIto attend the United States Pharma-
- copoeia Convention at Washingtim
Six seniors and two juniors of the D.C. Meeting every 10 years to rc
School of Business Administration vise the "Pharmacopoeia of the Unit
were recently named members of ed States of America", thc Conver
Beta Gamma Sigma, national honor- tion appoints a committee to mak
ary fraternity for students of busi- necessary changes and additions.
ness administration., Professors H. B. Lewis and C. (
Hiram P. Holmes.17. who graiu- Glover of the pharmacy school a
ated with a Certificate of Business in Richmond, Va., this week attenc
Administration, was named an hon- ing the Pharmaceutical Associatio
orary member of the fraternity. Convention.
New junior members of Beta Gam- __
ma Sigma are George Edward Clark
and Lynn Alfred Townsend. Seniors RADIO and
recenty admitted to membership are MICH IGAN Cabs
Arthur P. Bartholomew, Elinore E.
Clark, Douglas A. Hayes, Julius F. Phones
Mellema, Arthur W. Rhodes and Jack 3030 or 7000
B. Sluiter.

7

DAILY OFFICIAL
BULLETIN

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(Conmfi cfrom Page 4)
seminar in biological chemistry will
be held in Room 319, West Medical
Building, at 10:00 a.m., Saturday,
May 11. The subject to be discussed
is "Chemical Factors in Immunity
Reactions." All interested are in-
vited.
Junior Mathematical Society will
go to Albion on Saturday, May 11, to
meet with like clubs from other col-
leges throughout Michigan at Albion
College. The group will leave here
at 8:00 a.m. and return sometime in
the afternoon. Anyone interested in
going should leave his name in the
Mathematics Office or get in touch
with Ted Hildebrandt.
The Division of the Social Sciences
will hold its annual dinner meeting
at the Michigan Union on Thursday,
May 16, at 6:30 p.m. After the din-
ner, a brief talk by Dr. Harry Elmer
Barnes will introduce a general dis-
cussion of the present war. Members'
who plan to attend are requested to
notify the secretary of the Division,
Prof. Dudley M. Phelps.
The Angell Observatory will be
open to the public on Saturday eve-
ning, May 11, 8:00-10:00. The moon
and the planet Venus will be shown
through the telescopes. Other objects;
of interest will be shown if time per-
mits. Children must be accompanied
by adults.
German Table for Faculty Mem-
bers will meet Monday at 12:10 p.m.
in the Founders' Room, Michigan
Union. All faculty members inter-
ested in speaking German are cordial-
ly invited. There will be a brief in-
formal talk by Professor William H.
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PRESENTING
A
DOUBLE FEATURIE
A0r
mar, ietwa/ WI/fet

geared in Perspectives throughout
the past year.
Green acted as poetry editor of
Perspectives and as drama critic of
The Daily during the past year. He
assumed his new position after con-
sideration had been made of his
changing interests.
Miss Wallace is one of the new
junior editors of The Daily. Her
work hts been printed in Perspec-
tives.
Luri is a member of Psi Up-
silon fraternity and acting secretaty
of Phi Eta Sigma, freshman honor-
ary society. He was awarded a prize
in the freshman Hopwood contest.
The newly appointed members of
the staff will take charge of most
of the preparation of the next issue
of Perspectives which will be released
Sunday as a regular supplement to
The Daily. Sunday's issue will be
the final one of this semester.
Worrell on "Die Zauberkunst als Lieb-
haberei."
An open meeting for all those in-
terested in student cooperatives will
be held at 4:00 p.m. on Monday, May
13, at the Union. Those interested
in living or boarding at a cooperative
next semester are especially invited.
A faculty man and two students will
speak on Michigan's men's and wo-
men's cooperatives.
Institute of the Aeronautical Sci-
ences: Members intending to make
the trip to Buffalo, N.Y., to visit the
Curtiss-Wright and Bell Aircraft fac-
tories, should list their names on
the Bulletin Board of the Aeronauti-
cal Engineering Department. De-
tails and expenses for the trip will
be explained there.
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SUGGESTIONS for MOTHER'S DAY
Sunday, May 12th
Gilberts, Schtrufft find Gnten
CHOCOLATES
TOILET ARTICLE by Yardley, Houbigant,
Coty, Lentheric.

COMPLETELY NEw SEINES OF
VICTOR BLACKfiECORDS
LABEL E O D
CHICAGO SYMPHONY ORCHESTRA
MENUHIN - PADEREWSKI - GALLI-CURCI
LONDON SYMPHONY ORCHESTRA
RUBINSTEIN - CARUSO - CASALS
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WE ALSO CARRY A COMPLETE LINE OF R(CA-VICTOR
VICTROLAS AND PHONO-RADIO COMBINATIONS

A Spring Weath

A Selection of MOTHER'S DAY CARDS

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