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^_THE MICHIGAN DAILYFAYiD

ECEMBER 5, 1941

Streamlined Engine Plunges

Off Bridge

This Diesel locomotive of the Baltimore and Ohio's streamlined "Shenandoah," enroute from Chicago to
New York, plunged through an open drawbridge at East Chicago, Ind., and upended in the Indiana Harbor
ship canal, carrying the engineer, trapped in forward c ab, to death. Railroad men said that the engineer had
reversed the engine's wheels, preventing greater traged y. The cars behind, including the power cab, were de-
railed, but no one else was injured.
Haw kshaw awson ses crewy
Ads In Relentless Pursuit Of Culprit

Correspondenty
Will Give Talk
At Union Forinn
Globe-Trotter John Elliot
Will Speak On France,
And War Wednesday
John Elliot, the New York Herald-;
Tribune's globe-trotting foreign cor-t
respondent since 1924. will come to
the Midwest of America for the first:
time next week to present a lecturet
-"France In The War"-at 4 p.m.
Wednesday in the Michigan Union.
His talk will be the first of the fall
series of the Union Forum.
Saw Fall Of France
A veteran newsman who has worked
in almost every European capital.
Elliot was in Paris at the fall of
France in June, 1940. His daily files
to New York covered the armistice
with Germany, the experiment of the
popular front rule and the formation#
of the Vichy government.
The first American journalist to be
wounded in World War II, Elliot ar-
rived in the States last Saturday via
the Atlantic Clipper from Lisbon,
Portugal. He will remain in America
for several weeks before returning to
the war zone.
Draws On Experience
No superficial reporter who writes
analytical books on the war after a
week's survey, Elliot has witnessed the
fall of democracy in, both France and
Germany. An able linguist who se-
cures his news and facts firsthand,
he will draw upon a wealth of experi-
ence foi\ his talk here Wednesday.
Publication Groups
Will Gather At Tea
The Michigan Historical Collec-
tions will give a tea for the members
'of the Board in Control of Student
Publications and for the senior edi-
tors of all the various campus jour-
nals from 3:30 to 5:30 p.m. Tuesday,
Dec. 9 in the Rackham Building.
Featured at the affair will be an
exhibition of the University student
publications since 1853 when J. Ster-
ling Morton first issued the Penin-
sular Quarterly and University Mag-
azine. The display contains early or
first editions of The Daily, the Gar-
goyle, the 'Ensian, the Technic, and
Perspectives. Little-known and short-
lived journalistic efforts of- students
also figure in the exhibit.
Deer Kill Is Light
LANSING, Dec. 4.-(P)-Killing off
that Allegan County deer herd, or at
least a sizeable part of it, has proved
to be more diffictul than was expect-
ed. The hunters have shied away
from the hunting grounds.

Hearing for the first time its pro-
posed constitution, the House of
Representatives, new campus poli-
tical science club, met in Angell Hall
Wednesday and decided to withhold
amendments until its next meeting.
Brain child of Charles Adams. 44,
who presided at the meeting, the or-
ganization will take as a model the.
national law making body. and seek
to acquaint its members with legisla-
tive procedures.
The proposed constitution states
the purposes of the group to be (1)
to consider policies and problems of

the Federal Government. f2) to fam-
iliarize members with parliamentary
law. Other points in thQ article are:
a limited membership of 55, also two
types of membership, active and hon-
orary.
The House, now consisting of 37
persons, proposed that final action
be taken on the constitution at the
next meeting. Friday, Dec. 12.
Meanwhile the committee on con-
stitution will meet to revise and con-
sider new sections for the bill. This
committee will meet at 8 p.m. Mon-
day, Dec. 8, at the Union.

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sified ad section one of the paper's
best-read features.
First Ad
On Nov. 1 he inserted the first ad:
WILL THE LOW living farmer who
"put the sleeve" on my corduroy coat
during rushing please return it to
Buck Dawson.
Then a week later:
WOODPUSSYS-I'm almost dead
from exposure. I have pneumonia. I
plead with you on bended rickets.
Where the hell is my reversible?
By Nov. 12 he became frustrated:
I GIVE UP-My coat is still miss-
ing. Also two pairs two-thread seam-
less nylons belonging to a friend.
And on Nov. 22:
BY LAND, by air, by train, by plane
-boxes, boxes, hundreds of boxes,
but not one solitary reversible. Poor
homeless reversible.
Then after the Ohio State game:
THEY STOOD as one raccoon to
cheer the fleeting halfback, and
there I was frozen like a frigid mid-
get without my reversible.
Yesterday's ad was just about as
confusing as the rest of them:
MYFRIEND has a dog. He wants
a name to go on his diploma or what-
ever dogs get that aren't mutts. Tear
a nice new reversible off somebody's
back and send it in with your name.
You may be the lucky winner.
The coat, a knee-length corduroy
job, cost Dawson $17.50 and was two
years odld. So far the classified ads
have cost him $9.10. And he's going
to carry on till he spends the $17.50.
Buck, a junior from Evanston, Ill.,
expects the coat to come back. "No
guy can hold out against public opin-
ion."
Soph Prom Phoney
The classified ad stunt isn't Buck's
only queer stunt on campus. Pub-
licity director of the Soph Prom last
year, Buck signed up orchestra leader
Bob Chester and kept it a secret. His
sponsored election to choose "most
popular band" had too many Dorsey
ballots, so Buck had to jam the ballot
box with. phony Chester votes.
It was 'Buck who got the Student
Senate in hot water bysending tele-
grams to Ohio State University of-

fering to put up a large red bull as
a trophy for the winner of the Ohio
game. Bitter words were exchanged
and Buck was on the spot, but was
saved when the teams battled to a
20-20 tie.
"She didn't have. a sense of hu-
mor," is Buck's explanation of why
his date once poured a glass of beer
on him when he insisted upon an-
noying her with his practical jokes.
Dawson is a half and quarter-miler
on the varsity track team and sports
editor of the 1942 Michiganensian.
Four Fearful
Faculty Menr
Face Roasting
Professors Of Engineering
Doomed To Burn Friday
At Annual Banquet
Like convicted murderers awaiting
the moment when a jerk of the hang-
man's noose would end it all, four
College of Engineering faculty men
yesterday sat quietly awaiting an
equally horrible fate. 'I
Sentenced to appear as Roastees
at the ASME's annual Roast banquet
Tuesday, the four were making the
last of their moments before the ter-
rible ordeal overtook them..
Outside stalked the lord high exe-
cutioner, Roastmaster Prof. Axel Mar-
in of the mechanical engineering de-
partment. To him will fall the un-
pleasant task of disposing of any
corpses as may result and of keeping
overly-ardent student questioners at
bay. He licked his chops in anticipa-
tion.
Roastee Prof. Clarence F. Kessler
of the mechanical engineering de-
partment sat at his desk, stdring va-
cantly ahead and idly setting fire to
paper figures labeled "Professor
Marin." Every two or thfee minutes
he shuddered. .
Roastee Prof. W. W. Gilbert of the
metal processing department furtively
entered his office disguised as a hat-
rack. "Do you think I can escape?"
he asked. "I'm a brave man and all
that, but to face such an ordeal as
the ASME Roast is too much for any
man's constitution."
Roastee Prof. John A. Van den
Broek of the engineering niechanics
department wearily closed the book
he was reading, "Jokes and Anec-
dotes for All Occasions." "I've just
got to win that Spoofuncup," he
whimpered. "Wife's orders! And I'm
scared silly."
Roastee Prof. John M. Nickelsen of
the mechanical engineering depart-
ment refused to see anyone. Rumor
has it that he has locked himself in
his office ever since the Roastee list
was announced, and refuses to come
out even after dark.

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Students and teachers travel from and to their homes at great
savings on these College Special tickets. To make this saving,
all you have to do is purchase one from your hometown rail-
road ticket agent before returning from the Christmas holi-
days. The cost is amazingly low-liberal return limits fit your
school program-you can make stop-overs, too! There are
reduced round trip Pullman rates, also. When Spring holidays
come you can use the return coupon to travel home again or
use it at close of school.
IMPORTANT-it is expected that on account of a heavy volume of
Military furlough travel, as well as civilian holiday traffic, passenger

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