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October 17, 1939 - Image 6

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The Michigan Daily, 1939-10-17

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830 Perish As Royal Oak Goes Down Many Persons Speech Club Meets Kane To Ad
Attenl To Discuss Plans Whitford Kane,
-rhas appeared in m
-e-.For Future Toniht ductions here, wil
Production class
- A idersoB. Windt, at 1
varsity Night again cuts in on local Laboratory Theat
* 'it acivities as Sigma Rho Ta, taken part in thr
r . "¢°a Coninued from Page 1)
honorary engineering speech society, tory Seasons here
-______ cation and was an ex-officio member plans to call its weekly meeting to 1939 Dramatic Se
of the Boards of Governrs of Men's order at 7 p.m., a half hour early, "The White Stee
Residence Halls and the Union. He so that members of the organization mg in the same rc
.s y r ....was 66 years old. may attend the show. Cass Theatre in
s .__. " °Active pallbearers at Dean Ander- New students admitted to the
S.... son's funeral were Prof. Edward L. training course of the club will be
Eriksen, chairman of the depart- assigned to groups and future plans
ment of engineering mechanics; Prof. will 4e discussed. A block of tickets
*"fRansom S. Hawley of the mechanical has been reserved for members of the
engineering department, Prof. Axel club attending the Varsity Night pro--
Mirin of the mechanical engineering gram.
department, Prof. Allen F. Sherzer The speech club's negative debate
of the mechanical engineering de- squad will travel to Wayne Thursday
partment and Mr. Stanley G. Waltz, for their first debate on the question.
general manager of the Union. "Resolved: That the 17 Year Period
Cooley On Honorary List of Patent Protection Should Be
Honorary pallbearers were Presi- Shortened." Other contests on the
dent Ruthven, Vice-President Shirley schedule include a debate with the
- : W. Smith, Director of Athletics Field- University of Detroit here Nov. 14,
ing H. Yost, Prof. Lewis M. Gram, one with the University of Toledo ...
chairman of the department of civil Dec. 5, and one at the Detroit Insti-
engineering and director of Univer- tute of Technology Jan. 5.
ity Plant Extension; Prof. Ralph W. The second semetser schedule in-
Aigler of the law school and chair- cludes debates with Waine Uni "*}:
man of the Board in Control of versity Feb. 13, the University of De-
Physical Education, Mr. Fred M. troit Mar. 6, the University of Tole
Zeder, '09E, vice-president of the do Apr. 19, and the Detroit Institute
- Chrysler Corporation; Mr. Thurlow of Technology May 2.
E. Coon, '03 and '06E, and Dr. Harley 4
A. Haynes, director of the University
:., ~~Hospital. +..+
"-. HOthers were Deans-Emeritus Morti-
mer E. Cooley and Herbert C. Sadler!
of the College of Engineering, Dr.
- Henry E. Riggs, honorary professor 1
The British Admiralty in London announced the sinking of the of civil engineering; Prof. John E.
29,150-ton battleship Royal Oak (above), apparently by an enemy Emswiler, chairman of the mechani-
submarine, and revealed that 830 of her crew probably had been lost. cal engineering department; Mr. Ru- CREAM CHI
_________________a__d__rev__ale__that__'__830__of_err__ doilph E. Reichert, president of the
Ann Arbor Commercial and Savings -
Bank and former state banking com- Chie of S
Center Te ches Social Usees missioner, and Olaf Jenson, Frank
Bowen and King Farrell, Dean An-
S InForeign Student Class Today derson's business associates. FR/
The International Center's second sky, who hails from Johannesburg, Teaching Fellows Hurt
class in American Social Customs, de- ritish South Africa, will meet his In Auto Crash Saturday Mashedot
signed to teach foreign students mo- pupils at 8 p.m. after the regular Fres
dern 'social usages, will be given at Speech Clinic, which is given at 7. Two teaching fellows in the geog-
7 p.m. today in the Center. The Center's trips to nearby places raphy department, Bruce Dick, 26
The class endeavors to make for- of interest, start Saturday with a years old, and Stanton Ware, 27 year Choice of a
eign students more at home here trip to the Ford Rotunda and Green- old, were jured in an automobil...
and to overcome the shyness result- field Village in Dearborn. Reserva- accident Saturday night as they were DUO MAH E -U P ENS EM B LE
ing from the experience of studying tions at $1 each must be made at the travelling north on a hunting trip.
in a strange University for the first Center by 5 p.m. Thursday. Mr. Dick is confined to a Flint FACECHOP SUE
time. .The class was started also at On Tuesday, Oct. 31, the class in hospital with internal mnjuries, andc
the behest of American students who American Folk Dancing will begin Mr. Ware returned to Ann Arbor VELY E TfPEACHES
felt they needed brushing up in their under the direction of Benjamin after having a fractured ankle set in Er O UN ^r i Po E C RfA E Frenc
social manner. Lovett. The Ford orchestra, which a cast. Prove to yourself, Fresh Lim
The Center's chess class starts specializes in folk dances, will play. Mr. Dick's condition was reported 'tyouslduera GodPotatoSoup
Thursday with Ivor Schilansky, not- Through the courtesy of Henry Ford, Monday as "fairly good." He has a that you should use Barbara Gould
ed expert in charge. Mr. Schilan- who will send, in addition to the or- possible pelvic fracture and a pos-! Vevet of Peaches-the tinted founda Choice of Sa
chestra, pupils from his school in sible ruptured bladder, it was re_ tion cream. Your make-up will look
Dearborn to demonstrate folk danc- ported. better- go on more smoothly and
ing, the class which will be held in the last longer. Included with each box of ROAST LAM
Union is intended to teach the fun- Ticke Resale Success Barbara Gould FacePowderonlyduring (Choice o
damentals of'folk dancing. Tick etsu.S the visit of the Barbara Gould Expert
Favorable results were reported for From Oct 17 to Oct 21 Choice of Sc
Lectures Begin Sunday the Iowa-Michigan football ticket re-
r sale exchange conducted last Satur- All k
Lectures on "Friendship That day by Harold Singer, '41E. All but
Counts" will begin Sunday, Oct. 22, two of the tickets turned in for re-
sored by the Student Congregational availed themselves of this service are U niv rsit
Fellowship. Dr. Charles A. Sink, asked to apply at the student offices
president of the School of Music, will of the Union between 3 and 5 p.m. 1 225 South University 3743
deliver the first address. any afternoon to receive their money.


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