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PAGE EIGHT

THE MICHIGAN DAILY

FRIDAY, JA:

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Ann Arbor

Annual J-Hop Edition Of Daily-
Will Glorify The Stronger Sex!

Book Caampaign
Will Be Staged

ASSOCIATED

PRESS

Here

Is Today's,
In Summary

News

Beecher Osborne, twenty-one-year-
old Chelsea farmhand, charged with
first degree murder, was ordered
held for examination Feb. 6 at a
hearing before Justice Harry Read-
ing yesterday. No bail was set by
the court.
Prosecutor Meader said that the
state would charge that Osborne

All this business about feminine,
charm and beauty will be dispersedl
just as the wind scatters old scents1
when the annual J-Hop edition ofj
The Daily comes off the press.
So, at least, the editors say. The
theme of the supplement is glorifying;
the male, they state. And, according
to them, it isn't a too difficult task.
"Smug feminine claims to superiority
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over the male, claims that glamor
hides in skirts only, will be shattered,"
they warn.
The J-Hop extra will be put in two
editions, one to beadistributed at the
dance on Feb. 14, and one to appear
on the streets on the morning of
Saturday, Feb. 15. The morning edi-
tion will be a revised supplement.
The center spread of the paper will
be given over to a pictorial review
of the bands appearing at the J-Hop.
the editors say. Publicity shots a-

Qu

akers Solicit Support
For Library Project

PUC(TURE NEWS

A campus-wide drive to collect
used books for a new unit of the
Faith Cabin Libraries for Negroes
in the rural South will be conducted
by the Ann Arbor Society of Friends.
Those who desire to contribute to
the drive may call the local chairman.

British

Gun Carriers

Enter Fort Capuzzo

stabbed his brother from behind, the b U (l xtlo r o iFrancis W. Allen,2-4 and the
_ cl Heiletinlr ihsoelclClo honi
knife severing an artery at the same IY , L ) will grace the pages. contribution will be picked up by a
moment that Price Osborne hit Mrs. * i:e1=7Smacking of :corn the articles in member of the local committee.
Muriel Osborne on the nose a'nd I i; i e j, avor of the male sex wi l meet with Situated on the grounds of Negro
knocked her down with his left hand. little refutation--only a few feeble schools throughout South Carolina.
knocksedrhmrddown-dithnhTh lDft y'sd-
Osborne's wife, Muriel, is b::ing io Convene in Washington words from diha'-ds on Th Daly's the Faith Cabin libraries are admini-
held as a materal witness. s staff, the editors say. These tre
Days, Feb. 79 articles. they e' plain, are more or teredby volunteer teachers and are
less a courtesy to the sex. built by Negro labor alone.
Completion of the merger af ti The Town Meeting of Youth, spn Subscriptions to the special edition Any good used books will be wel-
ld mny Sevice Bureau d redbytheAcosting ten cents are now being ac- comed by the committee, as will re-
Children's Service Bureau into the gored by the American Youth Con- 1cepted by the b:siners staff of The
new organization which will be e' will be held February 7-9 in Daily. If the paper is mailed an ad- cent issues of the leading national
known as the Family Children's Scr- Wa hington, D. C. This meeting will ditional sum of money will have to magazines. Records and pictures
xice has been accomplished. , ring together youth from all parts char ed. will also be accepted.
Mrs. Eugene Power has cin g
named president of the new org an- :f Mae country for a discussion and a
isation. oh l" of their experiences and opin- i
,ons on the problems facing youth
Approximately 2,000 parcels of today.
land in Washtenaw County will go Local organizations which have
on sale Feb. 13th when the auction been meeting to discuss the prob-
of tax delinquent property will be lems which will be considered at the
h ld in the courthouse. The sale cnvntion include: The Inter-Guild

wil be conducted by the State Land 3
Ofice Board.,
Typing Champion,
Will. Demonstrate
Unique Skill Today
George L. Hossfield, ten times win-
ner of the World's Professional Type-
writing Championship, will demon-
strate his unique skill in Ann Arbor
today and tomorrow under the aus-I
pices of a local typewriter dealer!:
The nationally recognized author-
ity on touch typing will exhibit his,
technique and lecture at 9:30 a.m.
tomorrow at the Ann Arbor High
School and at 2 p.m. tombrrow at the
University High School. Interested'
University students have ' also been'
invited to attend. -
Hossfield established the world'st
record for typing speed recently, at- t
taining 139 net five stroke words a
minute for one hour from entirely un-l
.familiar copy.z

Council, The Cooperatives, a groupj
from Lane Hall, and the Wesley'
Foundation.
Among the problems which will be
taken up at the Town Hall Meeting
arc: the danger to American peace,
peace-time military conscription,
4,000,000 unemployed American
youth, the attacks on labor, and civ-
il liberties.
The meeting in Washington will
enable representatives of the youth
organizations to call upon Senators,
Representatives and other Govern-
ment officials and discuss the nation's
problems with them personally. Or-
ganized visits in advance will be ar-
ranged by the American Youth Con-,
gress Washington Bureau.
Rehabilitation Studied
LANSING, Jan. 30-(IP)-The pros-
pects of rjhiabilitating relief clients
through the Work Projects Adminis-
tration program are being investi-
gated by the State Social Welfare De-,
partment, Mrs. George W. Rogers,
director, said today.

v .
RECORD CA-BINETS
We carry the largest display of RECORD CABI-
NETS in Ann Arbor from table models at $7.50
to SECTIONAL CASES in genuine walnut or ma-
hogany at $38.50.
The only safe way to keep your
library of phonograph records.

British Bren gun carriers are shown passing by shell-shattered buildings in Fort Capuzzo, formeily an
Italian position in Eastern Libya. Fort Capuzzo fell in the drive toward Bardi and Tobruk.
International Harvester Workers Go Out On Strike

205 EAST, LIBERTY Phone 3675 Free Delivery

Pickets marched outside the Chicago tractor works of the International Harvester Co. following a walk-
out of CIO union members. The walkout affected 6,500 workers and halted production on defense orders.
The sign of one picket read "Sidney McAllister, president of International Harvester Co., gets .$41.68 per
hour. I get 70c per hour."

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German Engineers Fire On Maginot Line

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German engineers with the flame-throwers attack a cupola of the Maginot Line in this scene from the
German High Command's documentary film "Victory in the West" which has Just been released in Berlin.
This photo was radioed from Berlin to New York.
German Infantry Advance Before Maginot Line

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