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TIJ URSD/AY, DEC, 7, 1939

Dewey Opens Union Opera
' y
His Campaign The"o"n
The Union Oper,
has started to rehear
Launches New Deal Attack On Broadway, the
In Minneapolis Speech chorus is the front1
the most beautiful g
MINNEAPOLIS, Dec. 6. -P)_ For his pony line, Di
Thomas E. Dewey tonight lanuched is testing about 40
have the greatest po
his campaign for the Republican ing revamped into
presidential nomination with an at- Ines. The line will
tack on what he termed New Deal rehearsal at 11 p.m
"defeatism." Union.
In effect, he told 9,000 cheering Original plans ca
g Ineofoly16 grs
people who crowded this city's mun. lineeonly girls.
has been so pleased i
cipal auditorium, the New Deal phil- line dancing talent,r
osophy is; that "there is nothing left may have a double Ii
to do. All that remains is to divide Work will also beg
up what we got from the Indians." selection of a come
The 37-year-old racket-busting compliment to the
New York County District Attorney, have thus far quali
first to keynote for the Republican the chorus will try
nomination in 1940, charged that i tions for the second
"government hostility, repressive tax- 10 p.m. Room nu
ation, and economic quackery" have !posted on the Union
These primary step
~kept "the energy of American en- low a series of seven
terprise, great and small," from go- the last of which
ing to work. night.

v Chorus
ine' Allure
a s "pony" line
rse.
e pony line of a
line composed of
irls in the show.
rector Roy Hoyer
candidates who
ossibilities of be-
ravishing chor-
hold its second
m. today in the
led for a. pony
Director Hoyer
with the mascu-
however, that he
ine the chorus.1
gin today on the
edy chorus as al
beauties. At 91
f the men who
fied for parts in
out, with audi-
half coming at
umbers will be
n bulletin board.
ps in casting fol-
n tryout periods,
was held last

Kuhn On Way To Hear Sentence

Martin Nilsson
Will Talk Here
History Expert To Discuss
Ancient Greek Religion
Dr. Martin P. Nilsson, professor of
classical archaeology and ancient his-
tory at the University of Lund, Swe-
den, will give an illustrated Univer-
sity Lecture at 4:15 p.m. Tuesday,
Dec. 12, in the Rackham amphithe-
atre.
His talk, on "Rural Customs and
Rural Festivals in Greek Religion," is
sponsored by the University's Greek
department.
Dr. Nilsson was recently the rector
of the University of Lund. He has,
according to Prof. Campbell Bonner
of the Greek department, "a very
high standing as a leading authority
on ancient religions, especially Greek.
He has written several books in Eng-
lish and speaks English fluently."
Dr. Nilsson is lecturing in this coun-
try under the auspices of the Com-
mittee on the History of Religion
established by the American Coun-
cil of Learned Societies.
Be A Goodfellow
Trips Planned
By Faculty Men
During Month

'Buck Named Leader
Of Anti-War Group
Charles Buck, '40, Tecumseh, Mich.,
was elected president of the Michigan
Anti-War Committee at a recent
membership meeting at Lane 'Mall.
Other officers chosen were Ray-
mond Weitemier, '41, secretary-treas.
urer, John Huston, '41 and Karl 01-
son, '40, counselors.
Tentative plans for participation by
the Committee in the national con-
ference of the Youth Committee
Against War, to be held over the holi-
days in Chicago, were made. Daniel
Suits, '40, was appointed chairman
of the sub-committee to supervise'
plans for the conference.

Detroit Alumni Club Has
Annual Football Party
The University of Michigan Club
of Detroit gave its annual football
bust last night in the Hotel Statler.
Athletic Director Fielding H. Yost,
Head Coach Herbert 0. "Fritz" Cris-
ler, Fresh Coach Wallie Weber and
Capt. Archie Kodros gave talks.
Captain-elect Forrest Evashevski was
introduced, and seniors on this year's
squad spoke briefly.
T. Hawley Tapping and Robert O.
Morgan, respectively general and
assistant secretary of the Alumni
Association, also attended.
Be A Goodfellow --
Knox College has a special course
that deals with the history of the
middle west.

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Fritz Kuhn (right), leader of the German-American Bund, is shown
on his way to the court in New York where he was sentenced to a prison
term of from two and a half to five years. He was convicted of grand

For a Senior Engineer.

The Official 1940 CLASS RING I
But Patterson & Auld o.
Phone 8887 Ruth Ann Oakes, Mgr.
1209 South University

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larceny of Bund funds. The men with him are officers. - 5"M Several members of the University
faculty are planning trips to scientific
and educational meetings during De-
Students Incapable Scholasticallycemba Among them are:
~L 1 Dean Samuel T. Dana, of the for-
estry school, who will attend a meet-
Are SeldomGoad In Sho Work ing of the advisory board of the
Charles Lathrop Pack Forestry Foun-
dation in New York, Dec. 10-14.
Students who do not have schol- ject takes into consideration the Miss Gertrude Muxon, of the Bu-
astic ability seldom are good in shop special aptitudes and desires of each reau of Occupation, who will partici-
work, Marshall L. Byrn of the Uni- individual student and combines pate in a conference of the American
versity high school shop said yes- these with the general knowledge of Vocational Guidance Association at
terday, reversing general opinion on craftsmanship. Grand Rapids Dec. 6-9.
the subject. When a seventh grade pupil en- Prof. O. W. Boston and Prof. H. E.
A far-cry from the old out-moded rolls in Mr. Byrn's course he is giv- Keeler, of the engineering college,
shop course is that now taught by en a card to fill out which, among who are attending a conference of
Mho crs aaother information, asks for the stu- the American Society of Mechanical
r. Byrn. dent's IQ, his strongest scholastic Engineers in Philadelphia this week.
Where once the accepted shop subject and previous shop courses Prof. Robertz S. Ford, of the bu-
course merely covered the elementals taken. Mr. Byrn then fills in blanks reau of government, and Prof.. W. S.
of odworking, Mr. Bym's sub- giving his opinion of the student's Housel, ofthe dengineering college,
thoughtfulness, ability to work with who will attend a meeting of the
others, self-confidence, care of equip- Highway Research Bureau in Wash-
ment, ingenuity, ability to plan and ington next week.
ability to work his plan. Dean Edward H Kraus. of the lit-

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From this information, Mr. Byrn
can tell much about the individual,
he said. He is able to tell which
of his students he would like to have
for his dentist, and which would be
successful as engineers.
The beginning pupil is first made
familiar with the materials which
he is planning to use. For his first
task, he is given a 12 inch piece of
common wire. He is then shown its
malleability,* or ability to change
form, by having to bend and twist
it. Then the ductility or ability of
the metal to be drawn out is shown
by drawing it through die and roll-
ing it through a slip-roll forming
machine. From the original 12
inches, the wire is oftn drawn to
360 inches in this way.
From such prclirn'nary drills, the
class proceed to electrical work,
woodworking, common household
mechanics .obs, art metal work, gen-
oral metalwork, engine lathe work,
and automechanics, Each of these
divisions is broken down into many
parts which the student must learn
separately, progressing from one to
the other. 1 ;d~o
Hillel Group Ti )Present
Plays As Part O Programi
The Hillel Players Group will pre-
sent two one-act plays as part of a
Chanukkah program to be held at
8 p.m. tomorrow at the Foundation
immediately follow ing the regular
Friday night Conservative Services.
Ronald Freedman, Grad., will serve
as cantor.
The Chanukkah program will be
given in place of the regular Fri-
day Fireside Discussion conducted by
various members of the faculty on
"Men and Books Which Have In-
fluenced My Mind."
-- Goodlfelows-Monday -
Guild Has Skating Party
An Ice Skating Party to be spon-
sIored by the Westminster Student
Guild of the First Presbyterian
Church will be held from 8 to 10
p.m., tomorrow at, the Coliseum. Stu-
dents are to meet at 7:45 p.m. at the
Coliseum and register with Betty
Rowe and Paul Lowry in order to get
a special group price. Refreshments
will be served at the church fol-
lowing the party.
Hey Jitterbugs!
Hav~e you heard
Herb "Red"' Ritz
and His Band
olt the ARMORY2

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erary college, will meet with Deans
from Yale, Tufts, Cornell, Cincinnati,
and Columbia universities, at an in-
formal meeting Saturday and Sun-
day in Princeton, N.J.
Ira S. Smith and R. L. Williams of
the registrar's office and Prof. Ar-
thur Van Duren of the history de-
partment, will participate in a meet-
ing of the Michigan High School
Principal's Association in Lansing to-
day and tomorrow.
Be A Goodfellow -
Nine Students Initiated
Into Honorary Fraternity

SENIORS!
Convenient appointments
for ENSIAN PICTURES
are still available.
Dial 5541

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KNOX HAT
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PAJAMAS'
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Nine men were initiated in the
Beta Epsilon chapter of Eta Kappa
Nu, national electrical- engineering PHOTOGRAPHERS TO MICHIGAN'S
society, last Sunday, Herbert Blum- BEST FOR 49 YEARS
berg, '40E, president, announced. The
men are, R. S. Buritz, '41E; A. F.
Childs, '40E L. O. Heinze, '41E; L. Studio: Opposite
A. Hopkins, Jr., '40E; C. Howard,
Jr., '40E; K. L. Lexin, '40E; J. K. 319 EAST HURON Ann Arbor News
Mills, '40E; J. Strand, '41E and C.
R. Tieman, '41E. Joseph Francis of
the Michigan College of Mines and
Technology was also initiated. _____
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