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______THE MICHIGAN DAILY

AY, OCT. 15, 1939-

derson Dies
fFrom_ Stroke
(Continued from~ Page 1)
'Bowen and King 'Farreil, Dean
son's business associates.
ty Clay'Anderson was born on
41872, the soniof JQlgi. Ge1r
3Qhia Cromwell Andeisonr 4Pn
nfield, Ky. He attended Mor-
id Academy and the Academy
,ntucky State Colege at Lex-
i.. e graduated from the Ui-
7 f Kentucky in: 1897 with ;the

Murphy To Speak At -ftut ven Banquet

ee of 'Bachelor of Mechanic
vleering.
ter two years as assistant xfli
)f. mnechanics; for.a Chsttanool
oad ;Dean ,Anderson came to tl
,ersity in 1'899 as an instruct
ecehanical engineering.
became an asitant profess,
903, a junior professor in 191
a fulfl professor in 19,12. In 19.
~anmed chairmn of the nmec
k.1 engineering department, , ol
zng in that post-until 1937 wht
acceeded Dean 'Sadler as head
engin~eering college.
'eaded Stucleii-Aunmni Affairs
ve years ago Lean Andersoni w:
,ted by President Ruthven
.t student-alu~mi relations a
:oordinnte organizations dealt
extra-curricular student a
ni affair. Accor~ding to [_
tk . Robbins, Assistant to..t
ident, his selection at the tin
due to his reputation as "an efi
tlevel-.headed admninistrate
vn, liked and trusted by all.
enry 'Anderson was a peculiar
it and lovable. person and Iii
sof friends. He was extreme
flar among his students andcc
aes atnd was always intensely i
;ted~ in them and their problem
Rqbbns said last night,
ce-Presiden~t Shirley, W, S
,he-,had. known Dean-.Andrs
60 earsand "never knw afi
'an, oe who :served, the .Ur
iy better than he," wh2ile ;Asis
Dean Alfred HI. Lovell declari
4University.,and the Colege,
inrixg ;,'have suffered, :ye
t loss. Dean Anerson hd ,t
nest heart and the greatest ii
it in thir~affairs."
esident-Ruthven .yas ouit ofto
could not be reached for a stat
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Had Tern jered Marria, ge Tall
Yev Musscb6t Sre Pand
Like Michigan Marital Relations Course
' The 'University's new and yet unil-lgnI~ia
named mascot is. rapidly building a (Continued from P4ge i)
1reputation for ferocity by ripping _________________
1apart ,wooden boxes placed in hiss ~gent Sex~ual, Practice" and will be
pmetal cage ,and growling at, all vi- concernedl with,:the. physiology of
ditors. In between football 'games 'he =intercourse and related subjects.
{remains on.,the delivery. platform of
'the "University Museum building, F~ourth Lecture Nov. 15
.waiting 'for the decision of whether . o~rt1i ,of the,,oe eries will .be. a lec-
1he is only, #another animal for the xture by Dr. Rbr G. Foster, lec-
;Uniyesiy zo, orwheherhesholdturer, and ;,consulting 'psychologist
' occupy "a more .fitting place..o h Mril amrSho, De-
Our mascot takes a bath every 'troit. Dr. Foster Will speak on ; Mar-
morning, eats his beef scraps, and .riage Adjustments" treating such sub-
cocks 'his head at xevery noise mnade ~jes as ti iances, ins-laws, career an~d
within'thecorothbuligr by :child training. This 'lecture will 'be
a asn uooie n huhgvnesaNvhis manner,indicates he would like to "Cutship. and Pre-Marital Rela-
eat the meat of ' curious visitor's tions" is the subject of the final lec-
hand, he .is gentle, enough to eat ture, to ,be given Wednesday, Noy.
raisins oult of 'the -hand' of 'his' keeper. 2,b rf ~r htuk'ihro
Vassar College Dr. Fisher will dis-
cuss, the ,,hoice of a mate, emotional
" adjustments, age and time for mar-
H ead. Of 11 1 riage and the engagement.
Course Closed Next Semester
The Marriage Relations Course was
To lalk Today first conducted last fall and was re-
peated during. the spring':term. There
R .., will be .no, course given. during the
Classical Record Concert second semester, this year.,
Will Be Given Tionighit Women will ,register .at the League.
and men at the. Union and the' Law-
D~r.Isaac Rabinowitz, director -of yers' Club during the times indicated.
the'Hillel Foundation, ;will ;give a talk Identification cards Wlil ,be required
on "WaaMa Wrsi"at1 of all registrants.. Students will. be
ajn. today,. ati the Foundation, im- accepted in. the. order of registration.
mediately "following the regular Sun -_______________
day 'morniing 'Reform 'Services.
This talk 'is the first of a, series ofr
10 which will be given throughout the FR S 0
school year-discussingthe Jewish Re-
flgion and its fundamental prin- YOU who have been wheedled, into
ciples.'" into taking five or six 8 o'clock
sA record, concert will be given at 8'' classes a week -
.p~, tdayat heFoundation. 'Sched-' YOU who have worn down the soles
tiled todayat he re, s' oce-and 4ieels of, your shoes to ni-
uledto e hardareDuks' Sorer~croscopic dimensions ,in vain,"at-
er's Apprentice," :Symphony in G ma- temipts, to. race _by and notf
jor by Mozart ..0upiter), and. Cesar through the doors of your 8
Franck's Symphony in D minor., o'clocks-
The concert Is primarily. designed YOU need no longer despair. Your
-to'~dl thoe-sudens tkingcouse-footwear -wili '.be weilloared for
-to elp thoe stdens taingcoures by the sym"pathetic
in ,:musical :apprecdiation ,At :was -an- I"
nounced by Bill Simon, '41, chairman #
-off th~e ~llel'music, committee. All " Uau rV
xstuden'ts, however, are cordially in-'
vited to attend. 0he R p i
Allied Planes Dominate 70_ akrda tt
'western Air, Say 7French
PARIS, Oct. 14,-I?)-A. semi-
official' French. statement said today;.,
that Allied pursuit planes "clearly TODAY and
domiinate'.'. erman pursuit aviation.
The,'statemenlt said -French-British; Monday only!
producttion of war planes wasj"large-
4ly -counterbalancing" that of. Ger -__
mnany, and . that soon they will be
:producing three times as many. MISS YOURQ

Abbot Inttervews Sportsaster,
#fltSi4,Before fa4® oClass
Neseel Comm'entato rl duriga 'broadcast, "spiotters" from
Neseach team are used, 'he 'disclosed.
Describes 1IS Entran1ce These men keep a finger perpetually
Into Broadcasting Field pointed to the players' 'names on a
chart before them.
By JUNE McKEE Having "played at football" ini his
The Voice of the News-of-'the-day: own college days, Bll Sternxhas~fir~st
recently resounded in Moris f tall. 'hand experience to, help him n~.'der-
Broadcasting classes benefitted a.s stand the boys' positions. The radio-
radio and sportscasting were. dis- caster does not believe smoking
cussed in an interview Prof. Waldo ,throat-injurious, at least in his ,case.
Abbot: improvised wit'h ace announcer However,. drinking, h'e said, wouI~d
'Bill Stern. .: have weakenin'g 'effect on voice for
With an indubitable "You'~ve all a broadcast of any length. He 'de-
probab ly seen him, in his shorts," scribed how his newsreel sport scene;
lProfessor Abbot introduced the radio were cut, edited, then synchro1iz ai
reporter. 'Husband of a Michigan with script, and comp~ared movxie.
alulmna, ,BEill Stern declared h~e'd been anid radio ,'casting techniques,
_sent off to announce the Iowa 'game Hoped For Picture Breaks
with wifely admonitions to "stop Through Hollywood and hopes for
talking long enough to let the audi- picture breaks, Bill Stern eventualy
fonce hear Michiganis st- band-in- enitered the radlio field, staritn'g "with
the-country."KFinLsAglsad-pors
1 Soter IdntfyPlaer ing thri~ugh rexas,Shreveport, Lou-
Ecre 'in advance .t boblclisiana, Buffalo, Cincinniati, and Bsal-
color, ad getcq&uainted _\v , te timore stations. "Radio is a grand
play',i: and their,-peculiarities, Stern fieldl, bu~t it mu.st be entered on the
declared that NBC only 'decided. to ground floor." 'For learning all end's
car{y the MichiganIowa gamea fters of the trade, he cited the best, start-
Iowa's finie;shovi~ng agnt ;ina ilug jobs, these with 100 or 150 wat-
To keep the players ever identified ; ters.

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~TH~~1E AX OFFICE AT T HE
LYDIA MENDELSSOHN THEATRE
'W/ILL -BE dPEN .TODAY FO.R TiI E

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SASLE &QF MEMBERSHIPS.

i4a~46n, Compser %rsity'
VieVists cen OfM!MeiTM ries

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;ed Bringinig back memories, tradi- athletics what 'they, are today. He
of Vtkans. an~d reminiscences, J Fred put 'the stadium where it -is so it will,
py Lawton, '11, composer of "Varsity" "never be flooded. He made Michigan.
,e, and other favorite Michigan songs, fobl eas"hmioso h
In-~ returned .to. Ann Arbor yesterday for fWeslt."mseChamldios men ine
the Iowa game. Ws. ehnldhsmni
wn Seated comfortably before the fire- fatherly way.
e- place at' his fraternity, he read Laying-,aside the hook,:-he quickly.
through, '1100 Years of Athletics at came back to the present, saying,
th Uiversity of, Michigan," making "~But don't you think our great toe s
irk comnments on various scenes. Paus- are all in the 'past. Our team this,
)6 ing over a pi'cture 'of the. victorious year should be invincible. What with
m-,.otalta~eunn from the first such potential All-Amnericans - as EKo-
Ii- Rose Bowl-'game ever played, he pre- dros, Harmon, and Evashevski and
n. dieted, "This picture will live for- the fine coaching of FritzCrisew
Its ever. , ere's. Snowy,-one of the grat- shaould;L be ju~,st as powerful' as we1
L- est 'players that ever lived." were back 'when. This boy Westf all
a.n Leafing on hea camne to a -portrait 4s certainly not to be underestimated.
e- of ".Pe" James43. Angell stand- He has the greatest driving 'powerfo
ys' izg }fat and cane in hand, looking as a man his size 'I've ever seen"
distinguished as University has Pic- _
;P-. tured 'hinm.-Lawton paid .him tribute
is- by declaring him "as genial and good-- LUCEO}NS-DIN NERS
ial; humiored a man as will ever walk
37, the campus."
he Lbawton 'turned on till he reached
of the Old Man, Fielding H. Yost. 'R a Hu
Lr-' Somxie day," J. Fred said, "there
will .be a monument .on this camnpusi Main Dining Roor
fie, taller than any other building-dedi-
a-cated to Yost. He made 'Michigan ' ' -
ie
iProf. -Pie To G*ive 'WILLI AM I
PReftaI On Carillon ---
;o- Prof.. Percival Price -of the',School
of of, "Music will give a recital at 4:15
for p.m. today on the Charles Baird Caril-
I- on in the Burton Memorial Tower. -o f
tt 'Included on the program are two
?h- carillon compositions: "Petit Air" byTH M STI
a.u Vendette and "~Reverie" by Giles. H OT1
Pa Professor Price will 'also play -Ballet SCREEN THl
Music from "Orpheus" by Gluck and TEY
a'- Haydn's "Serenade." 'Five Scotch TEY
he airs : "Ye Banks and Braes;" "Caller
)n Herrin'," "Loch Lomond," "Robin
41 Adair" and "Bonnie Dundee" are
a'- also scheduled to be heard.
SMarie "Corp s QpellnEL
Ie ru ftixin_in State
DETROIT, Oct. 14.-(RP)-Opening
of Marin~e :Corps Recriting -O ffices
at Flint and Lansing was announced
toiday by Capt. -J, 0. Brauer, of the " -
Detroit headquarters staff.: '
A reen order :fVozl Marine Corps
He~adqsuartersin.Washington directed
the recuiting of 6,000 men, and of,
this number the Michigan quota is
Capt. Bauer said this was the first- 4N E IYNO1D
time recruiting offices for the. Marines hdbe salse nMcia
outside of Detroit since the close ofTl
the World War. -
Ships Closed To Public' W==
BALOCanal Zone, Oct. 14.- EXTRA
Af')--In orderto'prevent possible. sab- rNEWS -OF
otage_ by -persons. or organizations
-having-anti-Am~erican feelings, United CART
States na~val vessels stationed. in .thie "SHEEP IN TI
Capnal Zone -will not be open to the
public Navy Day, Oct. 27'. -_________

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ROCKING GIt[AIS GOODiBYE, MEN!I

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SPECI.AL 'PARTIES
m-- Second Floor
SEAR STATE

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'The price of full men bership for the 'first semes-
ter and admission to the fiive programs is $1.00.
t" WAY DOWN EAST" ---the first of 'the series,
will be ┬░presented this evening at 8:1-5.
Adn-issioh by membership'only.

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also a nember of the a
Detroit Athletic Club, ti
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[try Club, the Pleasan
and Sigma Chi social fra

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ON THE birect fromi Hollywood where they skyroc.
STAGEketed -to fame in "Golddiggers In Paris".
FREDDIE FISHER'S NATIONALLY FAMOUS
Su nday GROiJP bOFMUSICAL JESTERS
Monday
Shows,
1-3- X 7it Gest
T9 P.M. 'You've heard the'm-on -yo6ur rddio- ete
Adults 40c.., You've seen them on the scren- enjo th m iipeson
Now ejoy hem n peron! ~ 'tit" .

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'raining Lea'ds #6
ew; students, are accepted
j .Monday, day or--evening,
iecretarial, Accounting. . and
ness Administration. cours-

ADDED
THE DAY
T00N
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HI with
RALPH ' OPSY "FATS" FRADY BOB BARNES
I lIHARRY LIN'DERMAN JIMMY FAY

Emnploynment .Depart-
assists. ,graduates in get-
.foothold in Ibusiness. All
te~s halve been p~laced.
'ets advance individual-

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