100%

Scanned image of the page. Keyboard directions: use + to zoom in, - to zoom out, arrow keys to pan inside the viewer.

Page Options

Download this Issue

Share

Something wrong?

Something wrong with this page? Report problem.

Rights / Permissions

This collection, digitized in collaboration with the Michigan Daily and the Board for Student Publications, contains materials that are protected by copyright law. Access to these materials is provided for non-profit educational and research purposes. If you use an item from this collection, it is your responsibility to consider the work's copyright status and obtain any required permission.

September 26, 1939 - Image 10

Resource type:
Text
Publication:
The Michigan Daily, 1939-09-26

Disclaimer: Computer generated plain text may have errors. Read more about this.

THE MICHIGAN DAILY
At Lydia Mendelssohn f'omer Daily Editor HeadsNi
TribuneNews BureauAt Berlin Ae
yire.
Most recent of Daily "alumni' to in 1912 with a copy pencil replacing
make good in the newspaper mans rthe proverbial silver spoon. HisIBseyi
hectic wrldis.BeacYConker.,travels abroad with his father laid a
heciwrlis Beah C on jr foundation for his knowledge of More t
one-time editorial director of The Frenc hand German, both of which women aw
Daily who has beenappointed head he speaks fluently versitylif
of the New Yok Herald Tribune's After receiving his Masters degree orientatio
Berlin bureaut from the University in 1.933, he Ms allphases
>Conger, whose father was a well- again bitten by the travel bug. Cho- Thne pr
known carrespondent, will leave next en from a field of 25 applicants bythe U
nes oConger joined Harry Franck, noted tesuper
.eek onthe .,ea se r Nin Bmseri gs tavel author, and Michigan alum- ursley,
dam from New York.J rnus, in a trip around the world. Un- cueling
Similarity between father and son der the wing of World Letters, Inc., tours f t
the nurposearf thetourewastovsist tPridn
is striking. From 1910 until the x pro oe t o dents as
United States' entrance into the War one country per week, and to write Union on
thldrCngrws ttondta letter from each to various sub- headed by
31 he rheatedderthCongrerswaslestaristred in
Berlin as head of the bureau of the scribers to the service. rMarshall
wAssociated Press there. He scored Left Trip In Spain hundred u
notable "scoops" on the Lusitania Franck left the trip in Spain and Both tr
t x notes. Conger continued around the world tended th
S. Beach, ir., was born in Berlin as head of the tour. With a yen for Tuesday
E ed By ct.~2 travel instilled in him, he returned they wer
the next yeardto become assistant to President
( d P )Rex Barton, covering the northern Dean of S
hsan oe s kiys' route about the world, and in 1935- and Dean
rd rm, 36 he repeated with a series of letters struction
,"°:94w Students from a tour of South America. songs and
Variety was the keynote to Con- leaders ar
ger's last position. As staff writer Earlier7
Completion OfDiningH all for the New York Herald Tribu- reportedx1
nru g Bd mhe covered such headline stories as were divid
Pn xpcLte T uOct. 2 the sinking of the Squalus, Dewey's to be guide
nCntieromhPaens7)nnprosecution of Pichard Whitney and tation adv
(Cohigtudifrnmags. 7) other municipal affairs. His last ic counsel
the BalletRb and other kitchen employes will be assignment was on night re-write. throughou
howee, d edt oe r o fill e Ineteydsr. pnn o ae a din n r o exprincemmand-Ech geni
on picture successf"Ballerina," O. 5, 6 ad hired permanently. rn adtio to eere in Ech Ui
Ofiesrfortedor y will on-foreign lands, a background of for- schedule
i Thatre Th fil wil bethefirs in twtin master electric light controls. mal knowledge seems to be a Conger examinati
series tradition. The eder Conger gradu- tues,iexc
y .L e y telephone switchboard for the
entire quadrangle, and mail distribut- ae rmteUiest n10 n n td
C- rd hm ring facilities. The quadrangle tele- received his Masters degree here in audiomete
eroup To Open easo phone n mber is 24401,' which will 1903. programs.
connect callers with' persons in any Similarly, Conger the younger On Thu
rn h nalled artonJro heounhe igh builigsre d graduated from the literary college in Hill Audit
ga Ox-fis crudenrsina F7ltoth oft he erigt ruoons. kitchenbbl tCr', deree.s Between is two Zen- women
ssnndi ted 1932, returning in 1933 for a Mas- scholastic
own by Includedendin the compcinae Mishv letitdionofktchentem s dAgree.Beywng hi t woe n-x mntr
work residents are eating meals any counters with formal knowledge, he in the L
R however, proved to be one of the place they desire. Opening of cafe- was Ann Arbor battalion command- the evenin
Jon-pic- most profitable ever made. Star of teria and dining room facilities for er and later Michigan reserve direc the Union
eries of the picture was Lillian Gish, sup-the dormitories will be announced tor for the Crusaders, at that time Orienta
Cported by Mrs. David Landau, Lowell soon by the office of the director of a reperantions t
k~r Cn-Sherman and Richard Barthelmess. residence halls and appropriate re-arealognztnoacos
Second of the series, to be shown funds will be made for meals not Active In Activities the Inter
n cam- served during the period oficonstrue- While in school, Conger, jr., was Audtoriu
trive to No v.W2,wil e a colection depictng hion g active in many extra-curricular ac- from rus
ie th historic and artistic development tivities, including, beside his work csed in
curentof the animated cartoon from the lounges, but no lights are ready as one The Daily, Mimes, Sigma Delta fraternity
iale first crude efforts in 1879 to the lat- yetArid these rooms will probably Xifraridtyr.ha g aandth1Uni-
est success by Walt Disney. not be used for a few days. Accoatenyin i oEuoenx
,innduded in 20 teamol tWlec scto.tiognunnare:tr ccompanty ing7,hmato Euored nex
rown by Inclded in the colle, ard Maids have cleaned and kept rooms we will be is w he orme
Fre oGertie the Dinousare' animated by in order since the day of opening.eh h arian Cun inm of e vnthe ser
ad 7 at Windsor McCay in 190r; "Mutt and All bed clothes, including sheets, Ind
theatre. Jeff," adapted from Bud Fisher's blankets, and bed spreads are fur- Nt
ho Not..far92behindcthinsff"thmer"ann
ct. 4 at faous comic strip, and "Felix the ished by the dormitory. The beds
Ca, prd-J odugscTe ylat Sullctivnre rohrbnthrewppeoknes a
at p bare made eac morning by the maids. Conger. Pat was born in Copen-
,he Na-In-the meantime Union officers are hin1,19iagen, Denmark, shortly after his
ernna" Six of Walt Disney's cartoonswill renovating the grounds and entrance father had flown from Germany
mnderly- be featured, including "Newman's to the north side door which were when the United States entered the
ballet.as st torn P during the dormitory con- World War. A graduate of the Uni
notede Wle struction. Heating tunnels, electric versity in 1937, he also worked on
:rnll;"the debut of Mickey Mouse, and cables, water 'mis anTrethfrtueofmains, and similar The Daily and is now head of the
s ballet'FoesadTes"tefrtuef equipment was placed :beneath the sports department of the Detroit
e Ballet clri atos ground beside the Union. Bureau of the United Press.
Yvette On Dec. 10 two G German filmswill
Ballet, be presented. These ;are a section of
ih sub1- a12 rdcino Hme"andF
"The Last Laugh," starring Emil
e land- Jannings. The latter picture broke
tesent- with the past both in techniqueand
"Way in theory, gaining a new continuity
Y D, W.through:the use of mobile ratherthan
moving stationary cameras and through spe- 302 South State St. (Ner liberty St. )
cally constructedsets.
-inema Concluding the series will be show-
s com- ings of two popular American films,ON$
ill be "The Thief of Bagdad," starring BRAND NEW PORTABLES
Modern Douglas Fairbanks, on Jan. 7, and " I Pens- Typewriters - Supplies
,iterest- Amn a Fugitive .From a Chain Gang,"
by pur- with Paul Muni, on Jan. 21.
ion, the
Sbook~-
e most
-Grif-1

.rights
he en-ORhEts
aFOR BETTERCREAM
y ex- VISIT THESE
d that To ad
t that colun,
:e mwere ThTTaCT~1NT Fff~lh~cigare
Oaken DHU V RREN E Lsmok
CAMPUS AREA
BETSY ROSS SHOP SWIFT'S DRUG STORE
Nickels Arcade 340 South State
BROWNIES INN MICHIGAN UNION
516 East Liberty
HAHN'S RESTAURANT UNIVERSITY DRUG
512 East William South University at Forest
FREEMAN'S GROCERY STEEB'S MARKET
Packard at State Packard at Division
GRENNEN & CLAGUE TURNER GROCERY
Packard and Dewey Dewey and State
CI
DOWNTOWN AREA
CAHOW DRUG DAVENPORT'S RESTAURANT
213 South Main Street 111 West Huron
CRANDELL DRUG
1102 Broadyay PRETZEL BELL TAVERN
East Liberty
CRIPPEIN DRUG
217 North Main
You will Hke Dhu Varren Jersey Ice Cream

Back to Top

© 2021 Regents of the University of Michigan