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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

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more important
r. 9 morning ses-
uss "The Func-
Community Life."
[ow May We Ef-
outh's Search for
Dr. tdward W.
or in Religious
University, will
or the afternoon.
sion "The Com-
Lid Like to See"
vening of Nov. 9.

Ann Arbor
Here Is Today's News
In Summary
Hunting season claimed the life of
John O'Neal, 15 year old Ann Arbor
lad, who died Monday night from a
bullet wound suffered accidentally
south of Ypsilanti. His death was
blamed 'to shock and loss of blood-
resulting from a wound in his left.
leg . . . he was taken to Henry Ford'
hospital . . and died there.
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A struggle in the Ann Arbor.
city council over the appoint-
ment of a new member to the
police commission ended Monday
night with the announcement
that David W. Saxton had been
chosen for the job. Saxton is
factory manager of the Hoover
Ball & Bearing Co.... and was
chosen unanimously by the coun-
cil to end a long fight. The va-
cancy was created last May when
George Kyer resigned.
Notes from the Board of Super-
visors: Three county officials were
reselected by the Board Monday .
they are H. Donald Reed, chairman
of the board of auditors . . . Miss
Pearl Haist, county nurse . . . knd
George P. Smith, sealer of weights
and measures. County health unit is
still the big controversial talk before
the supervisors
Add To Your List of Annoy-
ing Things: that staircase in
University hall between the first
and second floors . . . it its the
toughest grind on the campus,
. . .and the blare of noise which
they serve up with the food in
one of the dormitory dining halls
. . . they call it 'popular' music.

Rapp Predicts
Prolonged Case
1 Grondwork In Cibb Trial
Necessitates-Witnesses
"Groundwork" in the county case
against Emmett M. Gibb, former
county clerk charged with embezzle-
-ment, will continue for several days,
Prosecutor Albert J. Rapp predicted
yesterday, declaring that he intends
to call at least 25 more witnesses.
The fifth day of the trial in cir=.
cuit court saw six new witnesses and
five who have already appeared take
the stand to identify checks that were
sent to Gibb in the course of relief
operations between January 1936 and
April 1939.
New testimony was offered by Gil-
bert Strang, treasurer of Superior
township; Mrs. Luld Bahnmiller,
treasurer of Sylvan township; Ernest
Brown, treasurer of Scio township;
Mrs. Susie Davidson, treasurer of
Sharon township; Ellsworth Lindsley,
Saline treasurer, and H. Foster Smith,
Salem treasurer.
J. Martin Rempp, accountant in
the county clerk's office and Mrs.
Mary L. Boyce, treasurer of Lyndon
townships, testified for the second
time during the trial.
Gibb, alleged to. have taken
$5,549.55 from county relief funds,
faces imprisonment from six months
to 10 years or payment of $5,000 if
found guilty. He has posted $10,000
bond.
Merhab To Talk Tonight
William G. Merhab of the Depart-
ment of Romance Languages will
speak tonight at Toledo University on
"The French Symbolist Poets, from
Verlaine to Vallery."

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DALY OF
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sored by the Michigan Wolverine
Student Cooperative, Inc.-in its build-
ing opposite Lane. Hall. The time
is Thursday, Oct. 19, from 3 to 4:30
in the afternoon. The Coffee Hour
will be directed on an informal, open
forum basis by Professor Mueschke
English) and Mr. Horer (Econom-.
ics). This is an . excellent oppor-
tunity for men and women students'
to become better acquainted as wellI
as discuss academic, political, and
economic, problems, etc. with their
professors.

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peak on "Mars at the Opposition of
1939." Tea will be served at 4 p.m.
Institute of the Aeronautical Sci-
ences: There will be a meeting of the
Student Branch of the Institute of
the Aeronautical Sciences on Thurs-
day, Oct. 19, at 7:30 p.m., in the
Amphitheatre of the Rackham Bldg.
A sound motion picture "The Ameri-
can Way" will be shown. Mr. Frank
M. Burg of American Airlines, Inc.,
will be present to introduce the film
and to answer any questions. The
public is invited. Owing to the lim-
ited number of seats, admission
passes are required. These may be
obtained, free of charge, in Room
B-47 East Engineering Bldg.
Alpha Kappa Delta, national hon-
orary sociological fraternity, will
hold its first meeting at the home
of Dr. A. E. Wood, 3 Harvard Place,
on Thursday, Oct. 19, at 7:30 p.m.
important meeting. Members may se-
cure transportation in front of Ha-
ven Hall 'at 7:15 p.m., Members are
urged to attend.
,
The Beta Chapter of Iota Alpha
will hold its first meeting for the new
school year on Thursday evening,
Oct. 19, at 7:30 in the West Confer-
ence Rooi on the third floor of the
Rackham Building.
' Prof. N. L. Willey will be the speak-
er of the evening whose address will
be based on "Early Norse Discoveries
of America."
Every member of the Beta Chap-
ter who is on campus this year is
urged to attend. An interesting eve-
ning is promised.
All Faculty Members and Students
are cordially invited to attend the
fiirst..of the Coffee Hours to be spon-

Everyone is welcome and old mem-
bers are urged to bring a friend.
The Lutheran Student Association

will have a hay-rack ride this Fri-
day evening at 8 p.m. All students
imtending to go are asked to be at
Zion Lutheran Parish Hall promptly
on the hour. Games and refresh-
ments will close the evening at the
Parish Hall. It would help the com-
mittee if you would call 2-3680 or
7228, if you did not make your reser-j
Vations on Sunday evening.

Assembly and Congress: Congress
and Assembly are jointly holding a
radio "Open House" from 1 to 5 p.m.
on Saturday in the League Grill Room
for the Chicago football game. There
will be dancing and card games when
the game is not on. Everybody is
invited to come.
Economics Club: The first meeting
will be held Monday, Oct. 23, at 7:45
p.m. in the Amphitheatre of the
Rackham Building. Prof. C. F. Reiner,;
who has recently 'returned from Eu-
rope, will speak on the topic, "Re-
search At Geneva." tGraduate stu-
dents in Economics and Business Ad- {
ministration are cordially invited.
The Theatre Arts Committee will
have a mass-meeting at 5 p.m. Thurs-
day, in the League. A skit from this
week's presentation, "The hinder
Box," will be presented, and all com-
mittee heads will give their reports.
The Outdoor Club will go for a short
hike Saturday, Oct. 21. The group
will meet at Lane Hall at 2 p.m.

Scavanger Hunt: All women on

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This is sponsored
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Graduate studen
Jisten to a radio
Michigan-Chicago
Saturday in the Me
Rackham Building.

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MR. ENOCH SETS HIS
CAP FOR REVENGE
Mr. Enoch, the gaudy gnome
in Room 607, certainly looked
like a fugitive from a chain-
gang picture. So Mr. Caldwell,
the new hotel manager, decided
to oops him out. A riotous
story, Clothes Make the Man, by
Nunnally Johnson.
GENTLEMEN PREFER
HOOPSKIRTS
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take care of twenty brooders.
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