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The Michigan Daily, 1939-10-28

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THE MICHIGAN DAILY sATRAY, OCT. 2
C'briefly on the foundations of our dents' Club giving versions of
r Coverage ea Scety Rutiven ern democracy. This skit was apropos dances.
a St of Senator Vandenberg's study and The three main speakers wet
I D sc uss Hs-eAs President writings on this statesman. greeted by a standing round
SH onors 'W h ieThe Attorney General, as former plause, both at the beginni
and By Press Club Is O bserve d governor general of the Philippine close of their talks. The At
a For Research Islands, was introduced by a skit pox; General, before beginning h
G naaids (ContinuednniomrPagei1) (ContinedfrPageag)traying some of the things supposed dress, mentioned that "the va
___ni-_-_(_____nued to have lured him to that far-off a charming wife to a man In
but- ated Press war dispatch from Europe Attorney-General Murphy, spot. The scene was typically native, life was amply dmonstrated hi
to the papers of this country, Mr. of both societies, many of whom rs. andenberg al; with members of the Filipino Stu- night
McCambridge condemned foreign were Michigan graduates, an amal- Senator Unable To Come
cos- governments' practice of 'clamping gamation committee was formed,
.rsch strict censorship on correspondents, which affected a union of the soci- (Continued from Page 1)
i the Of all countries, warring o neu- eties in the fall of 1920.
'ived tral, Germany has the least censor- The new society was first named than 1,000 students participated, was {r .,,....~
:one ship, he declared, showing that her the American Society for Steel Treat- full of action, novelty and comedy.
only government gives practically a free ing, but was later renaamed the Amer- High spots in the parade were a cav-
Miss hand to news agencies so long as the can Society for Metals alcade of Dr. Ruthven's life, in both'freTAitr orumio ___
awls facts are adhered to. This is in In his capacity as director of the cessious alisticmodls ofin Uni pr .o.:~~~
sharp contrast to the method in engineering research department here cession of realistic models of Uni
duct England where even single words have Professor White has been instrumen- versity buildings built or acquired
and been questioned for interpretation. tal' in the rapid expansion of that under President Ruthven's regime;
ting Mr. McCambridge showed the fool- department here. The engineering displays of various campus activi-
ish direction English censorship often research department serves a unique ties; and comic "boosts" to the presi-
takes with the story of the Associated function in providing a connection dentional ambitions of four sons of
Press' reporting of the Duke of Wind- between the University and various Michigan: Attorney General Murphy,
sor'svisit to the War Ministry this industrial companies. Senator Vandenberg, Senator Burton
year. Three stories weresent stating Professor White attended Brown K. Wheeler and Thomas Dewey. Ac-
ear. hcording to the placards, placed ap--
that the Duke carried a cane, hac a and Harvard Universities and re-ph
l gas-fmask on his back and a smile .on- propriatly an donkeys or elephants, , ,.,"
gas-mask n hi s acke madae by three the University is "100 per cent be-
y ace.Brown in 1925. He is the author of hind" all th m
different censors on the three stories more than 75 technical papers deal- ntoindutese men! thepnc
t u wre imtedtothecrpsigpersn Introductions for the three princi-r
were limited to the crossing out in ing with metallurgy and research I k
e at one story of the cane item, in an- administration. In addition to the parspeakers provided tni A er surs--
ua other of the gas-mask phrase, and American Society of Metals, he also te Miche A.Goman '36onsin-
in e third, of.the "smile on his served as president of the American troduced Mrs. Vandenberg, he was
yam fae."trdTdM .Vngbrewr
em- 'Censor Bord Needed Society for Testing Materials interrupted by the appearance off-
oni- Protests on :censorship go unheed- "Alexander Hamilton," who spoke
ed, Mr. McCambridge continued. The-
tivi- next best thing is to advocate the
be establishment of a censorship board
composed entirely of newspapermen.
rone At the present time in England, 90 By June McKer
then per cent of the censors are military Morris Hall seems to harbor such hears o h er
.iate men, who "if they had their way, a store .of interest points. Perhaps
said would see that no news whatever got it's the timelessness of the place,. .l.
through," he explained. Chemilcal Uses Of Wood "
There are those two wide windows t .,.}-
This censorship has also acted un- at the auditorium's end, through To Be Discussed I
favorably on the French and English which the "artists" are watched in
newspapers ,themselves, he declared. action. They were once a pair of (continued'from Page 1)
The lack of any foreign news, and the doors on the Old Museum's exhibit
meagre stuff on the Allies that is al- case . . . Then those panels in niculurn in Public Administration,
ways censored have forced them down studio "B". Ten different pots of led the discussion together with Mr.
to four- and six-page issues. water colors went toward their wave- M. T. Adams, executive secretary
Various methods in different coun- likeness . . . For those -who might of the Michigan Stream Control Com- WINDwU
tries are used by the Associated Press wonder, they signify sound waves mission and Mr. F. G. Pardee of the - P THE BIG DAY with the perfect
to get their news to this country, mounting, falling, mingling-har- state department of conservation, touch, a delicious U.S. Prime Steak Djnner.
the assistant manager explained. In monizing and blending like tones of Charles H. Stoddard, '34F&C, feat-ro
London, after censorship had held it color. Prof. Waldo Abbot and Ross ured the afternoon session with a U.S. Prime Steaks are prized the wor
up for about 10 minutes, the dispatch T. Bittinger, of the Architectural discussion of the "two-cut system' for their tenderness, their juiciness, their
is sent by -direct wire; in France, College, created them . . . in northern hardwoods. His talk was
since there is no restriction on radio , In the third Forensic Series broad- followed by a discussion of its rela-tastiness.,And remember, its olyat
transemssion, that method is used. In cast, over WJR at 9 a.m., Arthur tive merits. ALLENEL dining room or tap-room that
Germany, reports are sent direct by Second, Forensic Association Man- The afternoon session was concludy
radio, as in Copenhagen. Cable is ager, leads discussion of the nega- ed with an address on the "Rela-
used from Amsterdam. tive case in the government's own- tionship between the Federal Social .' made this leating rendezvous famous, 4'so
Members Unimportant ing and operating railroads Security Board and the Michiganmake reservtins
"It's not the number of men the Then the "Awakening Commun- Unemployment Compensation Com-mkyour resertoivonsnJe r.
nress agencies have in Europe that ity" continues, over WJR at 5:45 mission" by J. Joseph Herbert, Uni-
counts, then," he declared. "It's the p.m. Prof. Howard Y. McClusky, of versity regent-elect of Manistique. Al o LOBSTER and CHICKEN Dnne rs.
way you get the report out. It's like the education school, presents "Prob- A discussion of the "Chemical Util-
a keg of dynamite: you're liable to lem Communities and Community ization of Wood" will begin the final
blow yourself up with it." Problems." session this morning. Mr. P. M. Wil-
In response to a question an news son of the Marathon Paper Mills C.
photos, he explained that the average of Rothschild, Wis.; Mr. Arthur Ko-
picture sent from Europe costs $100. Thr e T ehler; and Mr. J. H. Tigelaar of the 126 EAsT HURON Phone 4241
In France and England it's impossible . re es yHaskelite Co. of Grand Rapids, will
to get pictures other than those taken participate.
by the countries' own corps of pho - At Gibl's7Trial
tographers. Germany allows only
German photographers to take pic-
tures, but '5as we have several Ger- Accountant Who Revealed
mns'on our staff, we are able to get tageAQuestioned T I N G &E
as many pictures as we want," e shortage Qusind2." "
said.
In his talk on "Our Newspaper By MILTON ORSHEFSKY
Job," Mr. Sterling warned journalists Three more witnesses took the
and editors that papers must take stand yesterday in the case against ? M.,sryM.
extra care in guarding against pub- Emmett M. Gibb, former county clerk : :;,'. ,}!'
licity and propaganda issued by war- charged with embezzlement. cun.an
charge that unfairness in giving out from the state auditor's office, who
nwhaocurd mnybeistne, meshe.auditmastrichchfitan ^ :..y4:;, .r:.::.:,rJ, r+y , r,
declaring that most paer haend isclosed he Malleged shortag in re-
are, usng judgm ent dief funs as questioned by Prose-
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Vandenberg and Attorney General tified that certain amounts of money
Murphy would be unable to appear. he was supposed to receive had not
been turned over to him. The groups x .
who were responsible for those
amounts had told im that they had
given them to Gib , he said. -
Donal Reed, chairman of the ;...
County Board of Auditors, testified
that he had no control over Gibb's < s/
accounts. %.
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