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THE MCICI4AN DAILY

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TUESDAY, APRIL A, 1941

Coal Institute
Will Convene
HereApril 15
Meeting To Be Sponsored
By Extension Service
And Engineering College
Glover Will Speak
All parts of the nation will be
represented by merchants and fuel
experts at the fifth annual Retail
Coal Utilization Institute to be held
here April 15 and 16 under the au.s-
pices of the University College of
Engineering and the Extension Serv-
ice in cooperation with Michigan Re--
tail Coal Merchants and Michigan a
coal and coke salesmen.
Opening the two-day institute, Mr.
H. A. Glover, vice-president of Is-
land Creek Coal Sales Company of
West Virginia, will deliver an address
entitled "Modernizing Solid Fuel
Merchandising.
Mr. R. S. Lane, mechanical engin-
eer of the Pocahontas Fuel Com-
pany of New York, will give the sec-
ond talk on "Satisfying the Demand
for, Automatic Heat with Coal."
As a special feature on the first
day's program, Mr. L. J. Whitlock,
Jr., of the Norfoflk and Western Rail-
way Company, will present a techni-
color motion picture entitled "The
Power Behind the Nation."
The second day's roster of speak-
ers includes John D. Battle of the
National Coal Association; M. J. Togh
of the Michigan Bell Telephone Co.,
Fred L. Jewett of the Toledo , etail
Cdal Merchants Assoc., and L., W.
Garver of the Leckie Coal Company
of Columbus, Ohio.
Six Entrants Now
Chosen For Finals
Of Speech Contest'
Six contestants were named to
compete in Speech 32 finals tomorrow'
in Hill Auditorium after the prelim-
inary rounds yesterday.
John Dreher, '41, speaking on "The
Know-It-All," will participate in the
final contest. John O'Dell, '41, will
deliver his speech, "Medical Aid To
China"; Jim Bob Stephenson, '43,
"The Minister Speaks His Piece":
and John Steward,. '43, "That's As
Far As I'll Go."
From the 14 preliminary contest-
ants Dean Thomas, '42, will speakl
on "Hope of the Future" and Joy
Louise Wright, '43, on "The Second
American Revolt."
Prof. Henry Moser will aat a~s
chairman of the contest. Judges will
be announced later.

Prof. Young
Ann Arbor's
Mayor-Eleet
(Continued from Page 1)
He has held an elective office
ver since 1932 when ne was choser
to represent the seventh ward on th
city council.
After gaining experience in coca
government by holding such import-
ant council posts as chairman of th'
ordinance and budget committees
he was elected by local voters ir
1937 to the presidency of the counci
and he has held that position up tc
the present time.
In 1926 he had a political exper-
ience which he looks back on now
with amusement. In order to make
;ood his campaign promises to clean
out the state conservation depart-
ment the late Gov. Fred Green ap-
pointed Young state director of con-
servation. Young took office at thE
beginning of that year with the gov-
ernor's assurance that he could con-
duct the agency free from any politi-
cal interference.
Because the forestry expert ignored
requests for patronage appointments
and privileges for special group'
heavy pressure was put on Green.
As a result Young was forced out
of office and he resumed his teaching
duties here in the fall. This exper-
ience has given Young an under-
standing of the politipal game plus a
rich fund of anecdotes.
The mayor-elect was born in Al-
bia. Iowa in 1883. Pe began his col-
legiate career at Columbia and then
came here where he received his mas-
ter's degree in 1911. Although he had
vowed that "teaching was the last
thing he wanted to do," he became an
instructor at the University the fall'
after graduation and has continued
on the faculty until the present.
He assumes the community's hfgh-
est public office with unusual attri-
butes. One of his colleagues on the
council declared "that he has ex-
tremely sound judgment" and likes
to be thoroughly informea.
Litzenberg Presents
Recordings To Quad
Prof. Karl Litzenberg, of the Eng-
lish department, director of residence
halls, has presented the East Quad-
rangle with a recording of Brahms',
Piano Concerto Number Two in hon-
or of the three all-A freshmen in the
East Quad last semester.
The all-A freshmen, all of whom
are in the lit school, are: James Con-
'nt, of Greene house; Harver Lem-
men, of Prescott House and Warren
Smith, of Greene House.
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PICTURE

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H E R E' S A S O U T H P A W S P U D- P EE L E R--How Private Hoyett Pruitt can peel potatoes
so fast at Panama City, Fla., after a march from Fort Benning, Ga., surprises Wilhelmina Maddox, 4.

THE IN TERM I S S I O4N--Rarely-seen Mrs. Andrew Car-
negie (right) chats with Clare Boothe, playwright, at a New York
luncheon for Viscountess Halifax. Miss Boothe, one of speakers,
urged American women to greater "sacrifices for the democracies."

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S P R I N C P R I N T S-As soon as Science-in the person of
Harry J. Myers (left), Pennsylvania criminologist-was served,
Ivy licked off the ink used to get her fingerprints at Philadelphia.
Similarities, if any, to man's prints, will be studied.

H E R S A R E H E A LIN G H A N DS-In these hands of Mrs. IdellaG. Manisera of Los Anigeles
is a canary who's going to take some medicine whether he likes it or not. As a chilMrs. Mariisera
hoped to become a doctor but fate ruled otherwise so she now ministers to birds, with special em-
phasis on canaries. Once, she even sewed feathers back on a canary scalped by another bird.

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N E W C O M E R-Lloyd
Spencer' (above), 47, farmer and
self-styled country banker, is
the new senator from Arkansas
succeeding John E. Miller who
resigned to become a federal
judge. Spencer's appointment is
for a term of almost two years.

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JOCKEY FROM TOKYQ-Around Bowie, Md., Harry J.
Takara (above), 44, who's believed to be the only Japanese owner-
L A T E S N O W F A L L-.Unseasonable snow flurries might trainer-jockey in U.S., is quite a figure, known as Tki. He says
have produced this frothy swirl that passes for a hat suitable for he's a little old to jockey and figures on retiring to one of his two
cocail pr this nrwedynsbtinta tsesrthe work of John farms in Virginia and New York. He came to U.S.A. in 1916 after
cocktail pFaresrica wo used 10 ards i dotted cheile. having been on tracks in China, South Africa, Argentina.

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