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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

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Broadcasting Service Starts
17th Year With New Series

Ford Company
Will Face Suit
YarnidsIlhlent Proceedings
Filed In Shipping Case
DETROIT. Oct. 29.-{AP}-A Span-
ish steamship line. Compania Espan-1
ola de Navegacion, filed garnishment
proceedings involving the Ford Motor
_o. in U.S. district court here today
is a sequel to the death-ridden cruise
>f the S.S. Navemar from Spain and1
'ortugal to Havana and New York.
;oncluded at New York Sept. 18.
The steamship company asks that
'unds credited by the Ford Com-
>any to A. S. Monteiro, described in
he proceedings as a Ford represen-
ative in Spain, be frozen pending the
utcome of damage suits brought
igainst the line in New York federal
'ourts. An accounting of such funds
s also sought.
Monteiro, the proceedings set forth,
harted the Navemar from the Span-
sh line for the ocean crossing. Pas-
sengers have filed suits, naming the
line as defendant, for an aggregate
$1,198,282, asserting the vessel was
overloaded, afforded improper sani-
iary facilities and carried insuffici-
ent water.
Ann arbor

University Offers Defense Course
To Train Male Typists, Stenographers

Sixteen years of broadcasting ... Dr. Frank E. Robbins (right) and
WJR head Fitzpatrick commemorate University radio station's apni-
versary.
* * *

Van Deursen will present to the radio
audience the newly formed Univer-
sity Choir in a series of half-hour
programs of hymns.
At 3 p.m. Tuesdays dramatizations
dealing with the origin and develop-
ment of our legal practice and laws
are broadcast with the cooperation
of the State Bar of Michigan. At
the same hour on Thursdays the
series, "Heroes In Medicine," drama-
tizes the lives and achievements of
those who have done so much to im-
prove the health of the world.
These programs are all broadcast
over Station WJR. In addition to
these, it is planned to present seven
half-hour programs by the students
and faculty of the School of Music
each week over the frequency modu-
lation station W45D.
Recital Today

Here Is
In

Today's
Summary

News

Closes

Series

Percival Price To Feature
Four Of Own Works
Prof. Percival Price of the Music
School faculty will be heard in the
last evening carillon recital of the
current fall series at 7:15 p.m. today.
The program will be the only one
that consists entirely of music com-
posed by Professor Price. Since the,
CARILLON PROGRAM
Air for carillon
Sonata for 35. bells
Fantasie 4 (a market of chimes
tunes.)
Sonata for 48 bells
carillon at the university is consid-
erably larger than most carillons,
Professor Price is able to play pieces
:omposed for smaller carillons as well
is the larger type.
Today's program will feature a
onata for 48 bells composed by Pro-
essor Price for the University of
Sydney Carillon in Australia. The
arillon at the university, here has
-2 bells.

Almost doubled efficiency in two
way radio communication between
Ann Arbor police headquarters and
the sheriff's department cruising pa-
trol cars is expected with the instal-
lation of a new frequency modulation
mit, Officer Carl Nevins, police radio
engineers aid, says.
Experiments have been carried on
for several weeks, and the new equip-
ment will be installed in the near
future. The frequency modulation
unit will eliminate static even dur-
ing severe electrical storms, when
communication is most needed be-
tween patrol cars and headquarters.
* * *
Four Detroit Negroes pleaded guil-
ty to the charge of breaking and en-
tering automobiles, but sentence was
withheld pending investigation by
the Michigan State Police and the
FBI.
The four were arrested Saturday
during the Minnesota-Michigan game,
along with three other men from De-
troit,
Thor Johnson To Conduct
First Symphony Concert
Featuring the works of Haydn, Ra-
baud and Hanson, the University
Symphony Orchestra under the di-
rection of Thor Johnson, will give
its first concert at 4:15 p.m. Sunday
:n Hill Auditorium.
Mr. Johnson is also conductor of
the Little Symphony and the Grand
Rapids Symphony Orchestra.
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Since the beginning of school 26
earnest young men have been busy
ilarning the elements of typing and
horthand to meet the government
demands created by the national
emergency for more than 60 times
the number of male stenographers
end typists available.
Every Monday, Wednesday and
Thursday this group works from 6:30
0o 8:30 p.m. learning the fundamen-
:als of secretarial work under the
,utelage of Helen Gleason. super-
r:sor of the University dictaphone
tation.
This course is the only one of the
Defense Training Courses not offer-
ng credit, but has been arranged for
:nen students subject to military ser-
vice because of the strong Army de-
mand for personnel trained in this
;ork.
Facilities .for the class have been
supplied by the University High
School, whose principal, John Tryt-
It Can Only
Happen Here:
HUGO, Okla., Oct. 29.-(RP)-Giv-
ing his age as 101, George Freeney
applied for a license to marry 22-
year-old Flora McCarty.
The document was made out, but
Freeney said he'd have to wait until
his next pension check arrived to
pay for it.
KEMMERER, Wyo., Oct. 29.-
(A')-Tex Reese tied the pelt of a
coyote he had killed to his back
to leave his hands free.
A bullet whizzed past, then an-
other and another.
Reese ducked behind a tree,
yanked off the pelt, raised his red
hunting cap and finally by yells
and whistles halted the fire of
other hunters.
SALT LAKE CITY, Oct. 29.-(P)-
Blinded by the lights of an oncoming
car, Charles A. Harker crashed his
machine into a corner utility pole,
breaking a fire alarni system conduit.
Three fire engines, a battalion chief
and a police radio cruiser arrived
promptly to help him remove the
wreckage.
Local Religious Groups
To Meet At Hillel Today
Local chapters of Hadassah, gen-
eral women's Zionist organization
and B'nai B'rith, fraternal society,
will meet today at B'nai B'rith Hillel
Foundation to discuss possibilities of
cooperation on future community
projects.
MT. Harry Cook, president of the
local chapter of Hadassah, will pre-
side at the joint meeting.
Expected to result from mutual
planning are several projects of a
valuable nature to the Ann Arbor
community. This meeting is the first
of a series for the purpose of discuss-
ing inter-organizational cooperation.

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ten, worked with Prof. Louis Hopkins.
director of the summer session, in
formulating the program for the
class.
Thus far no plans have been made
to begin a new class this February or
next September but such a plan may
be considered if student interest war-
rants it.
The present course is scheduled for
two semesters after which the stu-
dents will be proficient enough to
handle many of the defense demands.
Of the 26 enrolled 19 are taking typ-
ing and 21 are working on short-
hand. Both beginning and advanced
courses are being offered in typing
with an elementary course in short-
hand.
IOrder etNow!
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SMARTLY STYLED

If dad is grumpy in the eve-
nling when he settles down to
read the paper, maybe he
needs better lighting. Put an
I.E.S. reading lamp with a
150-Watt bulb beside his arm-
chair. It helps! (We do not
sell these lamps. See them on
display at your dealer's.) The
Detroit Edison Company.

It's Healthy
Phone

It's Refreshing
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HORAL UNION CONCERTS
Tonight at 3:30
H ILL AUDI TOR IUM
EMANUEL
FEUE1IMANN
"'ONE OF THE
GREATEST LIVING
MUSICIANS"
'THE PEER OF ANY
IN WHATEVER
INSTRUMENT"
OTHER CONCERTS

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NOON SPECIALS

Monday, Jan. 19
KOBERT CASADESUS, Pianist
Tuesday, Feb. 3
MINNEAPOLIS SYMPHONY
Dimitri Mitropoulos,
Conductor
Thursday, Feb. 19
JOSEPH SZIGETI, Violinist

fcaturing
Old Fashion Bean Sandwich
on the 26c Luncheon
and
Corned Beef Hash
on the 44c Luncheon
NIGHT SPECIALS
featuring
Chipped Beef on Toast
on the 44c Special
and Baked Han

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OSTON SYMPHONY Tuesday, Mar. 3
Serge Koussevitzky, VRONSKY and BABIN,
Conductor Puinists

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