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PAGE TWO

T-HE ,MICHIGAN DAILY

SUNDAY, MAY 6, 1945

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Art Treasures
Discovered by
75th Infantry
WITH U. . NINTH ARMY IN
GERMANY, May 5--(0)-Paintings
by such masters as Rembrandt, Van
Gogh, and Reubens have been found
in a damp copper mine stacked side
by side with the bones and solid gold
Sarcophagus of Emperor Charle-
magne.
The art treasurers, valued at 500-
000,000 gold marks (roughly $200,000,-
000), include Reuben's "Descent to
Hades" and "Family Scene"; El Gre-
co's "Cross Carrier," Rembrandt's last
painting, "Self Portrait"; Van Dyck's
"Holy Family," and the original man-
uscript of Beethoven's sixth sym-
phony.

CLEMENTS. LIBRARY:
Roosevelt Collection of Books,'
Letters, Maps Now on Display

An exhibit of personal letters of
Franklin D. Roosevelt, books from
his personal library, maps of Hyde
Park, and newspaper and teletype
reports announcing his death are now
on display at the Clements Library.
A personal letter written by the late
President to a Montclair, N. J., doc-
tor in 1924 in which he advocated
America's entrance into the League
of Nations and the World Court is
also being shown.
The letter, dated August 11, 1924,
was the gift of a rare book collector
in New York City. As there were no
stenographer's initials on the letter
and one simple word mispelled, it is
believed the late President typed the

letter himself. It was written from
his New York City town house under
a Hyde Park letter head. At the time
he wrote the letter, Mr. Roosevelt
was not holding public office, but
was practicing law in New York.
Engraved invitations to the laying
of the corner stone for the Franklin
D. Roosevelt Library at Hyde Park
are on exhibit and the seating chart
for guests at a luncheon following.
Clements Library. has the teletype
reports received at WJR, Detroit, an-
nouncing the death of Roosevelt.
They also have the extra edition of
Detroit papers , with the details of
his death.

German Club:
To Sponsor
Folk Dancing
Music Interlude, Songs
To Highlight Evening
German folk dancing and songs
will be sponsored by the Deutscher
Verein at 8:30 p. m. EWT Tuesday
at the Women's Athletic Building.
The evening program, directed by
'Julia Wilson and Mrs. Werner F.
Striedieck, will include a special in-
terlude of music by a German band
conducted by Robert Appleby. Mrs.
Robert Hayden will play the piano,
and Lorna Storgaard, SM, will lead
group singing of German folk songs.
Plans will be discussed for a Deut-

Cohen Will Be
Guest Speaker
At Foundation
Anti-Semiutism T oBe
Subject of Discussion
The sixth meeting of the "'Work-
shop on Anti-Semitism" will be held
at 7:30 p. m. EWT (6:30 CWT) to-
morrow at the Hillel Foundation with
Abraham Cohen as guest speaker.
The topic of Cohen's lecture will be
"Zionism: A Solution to Anti-Semi-
tism," and will center around these
three questions: What are the ef-
fects of anti-Semitism upon the Jew-
ish people themselves?; What is the
relationship between these effects and
the Zionist movement?; What is the
contribution of the Zionist movement
toward solving the objective problem
of anti-Semitism?
Active in labor and Zionist organ-
izations, Cohen is now international
relations director of the Detroit Jew-
ish Community Council.
In previous meetings, the "Work-
shop" has studied the various aspects
of anti-Semitism-economic, reli-
gious, sociological, psychological and
religious. The sixth meeting insti-
tutes a new approach to the problem
by considering the possibilities of a
solution.

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RECOGNITION PINS
THE PERFECT
INITI.fTION GIFT
k<ead4 at
BURR PATTERSON & AULD COMPANY
Fraternity Jewelers at Michigan

Brownout
Lifted V-E
WASHINGTON, Mai
War Production Boa
nounced the brown-ou
immediately after forn
ment by the President
in Europe is over.
With revocation of t
Chairman J. A. Kru
on the use -of electric
vertising, promotiona
ornamental and sign l
eliminated all over th

BeScher Verein picnic according to Dr.
ToF. Striedieck, faculty advisor
of the club.
D a All German students and members
v a of the Verein are cordially invited to
y 5.-{7)-The this meeting.
rd today an-
t will be lifte S eechStudents
nal announce- Sp ec
that the war
Ender Contest
the order, said
g, restrictionso r
power for ad- New Type Tourney
1, decorative, To Begin Tomorrow
ighting will be
2e ountry.- EIn a type of tournament new to
the Department of Speech here, rep-

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' clsjenteits D~onis ,spected resentatives from each section of
WASHINGTON, May 5 - UP) -
Philippine President Sergio Osmena Speech 31 will participate in a pre-
said today he had directed that two of liminary contest in extemporaneous
his sons, suspected of dealing with speaking at 4 p.m. EWT (3 p.m.
the Japanese, be dealt with "as with CWT) tomorrow in 4203 Angell Hall.
j the others suspected of such deal- . Speakers will meet in the office
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Mother will appreciate
a fine box of stationery.

MOTHER'S DAY CARDS
SCRAP BOOKS
PHOTO ALBUMS
MORRISET PEN-INK UNITS

hILL FOLDS
COIN PURSES

oT t e speecn eparmieiLa uu
before the contest begins - to draw
CLASSIFIED their subjects, which will be formed
from material from the news sec-
9 1ECTd tionsof Time Magazine for April 23
and April 30. The speeches will be
approximately three minutes in leng-
LOST AND FOUND th.
S - ~- - . ,Judges of the contest are Dr. Louis
LOST: Gold watch near East Med. M. Eich, Prof. Carl G. Brandt, and
or Diag. Wednesday afternoon. Re- I Prof. Valentine B. Windt of the
ward. Phone 2-4471, room 4561. Department of Speech. The winners
TINY PEARL and pink glass bead will take part in the final contest
necklace at Panhel-Assembly Ball. which will be held Wednesday.
Connie Coulter. 25618. Reward.
BROWN WALLET with gold initials Dr. Webster To
M.A.B. Reward. Call 2-4561, room
361. Discuss Turkey
LOST:. Last Thursday, a bunch of
keys between Chemistry and E Dr. Donald E. Webster, cultural at-
Engineering Building. Call 4121, tache to the American Embassy in
ext. 460. Ankara, Turkey, will lecture on "Mod-
_______ern Turkey" at 4:10 p. m. EWT
LOST: SMALL BROWN GABAR- (3:10 p. m. CWT) Tuesday in the
DINE PURSE IN YELLOW CAB ,Kellogg Auditorium.
OR VICINITY OFE. JEFFER- Formerly a professor of political
SON. REWARD. CALL 2-2868. science at the International College
LOST: Alpha Qmega fraternity key in Izmir, Turkey, Dr. Webster has
inscribed MJK. Call Dental School just returned to the United States
or 3054. to contact Turkish citizens in this
country. He is the author of "The
WANTED Turkey of Ataturk."
Sponsored by the Turkish Society,
WANTED: Girl to share 3-room th cture will be open t e public
apartment. Campus location, reas-helecturewillbeopentothepublic
onable. Call Winnie Bowles, 2-
5685.Extension 18.AITR E BUY MORE BONDS
WAITERS AND WAITRESSES
WANTED! University Grill, 615
East William. Excellent arrange-
ment for meals. __A CLEAN HEAD
HELP WANTED :.. ...

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