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AGE TWO

THE MiCHDG N DAILY

SUNDAY, MARCH 10, 1944

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Church Leader
Is Mourned'
In Native Land

Burial To Be in Crypt
In St. Louis Cathedral
By The Associated Press
DUBLIN, March 9 - Catholic
Ireland mourned tonight for John
Cardinal Glennon of St. Louis and
planned homage to the patriarchal
Prince of the Church who died this
morning in his native land just 19
days after his elevation to the sacred
College of Cardinals.
The body of the 83-year-old
churchman lay in state tonight in the
presidential. Mansion. It will be
borne back by air for burial in a crypt
in the St. Louis cathedral.
Cardinal Glennon died at 8:51 a.m.
(2:51 a.m., EST). Wearied from his
trip to Rome and weakened by bron-
chitis, he had developed congestion
of the lungs and had fallen into a
semi-comatose condition last night.
Lies In State
His body will be removed tomorrow
night to the chapel of All Hallows
College in Dublin, where he spent his
student days preparing for the priest-
hood, and will lie there in state until
Monday.
Many of Ireland's great and hum-
ble bowed in tribute at the cardinal-
ate bier in the historic state man-
sion. American, -Irish and Papal flags
fl-uttered at half staff in the bright
winter sunshine of Eire's capital for
the one-time Irish missionary who
rose in the United States to his
princely rank in the Roman Catho-
hc church.
Cardinal Glenn on throughout
rmuch of the consistory rites appeared
weak from fatigue, and for the return
trip had decided to remain briefly in
Ireland for a rest at the official resi-
cence of President O'Kelly. He had
contracted bronchitis during his 18-
day stay in Rome.
In Special Crypt
The cardinal's body will be laid to
i est in the magnificent cathedral in
&t. Louis whose building he super-
virsed. Msgr. John P. Cody, his secre-
tiary and chancellor of the St. Louis
Diocese, said "there is a special crypt
in All Soul's Chapel which he had
constructed for himself." The red hat
of the Cardinal, which he received
from Pope Pius XII at the great pub-
lic consistory of Feb. 21, will be hung
in the cathedral, tor emain until it
distintegrates.
In Vatican City Pope Pius ex-
pressed deep sorrow. The Pontiff was
said to be planning a message to the,
St. Louis diocese as soon as he re-
ceives official notice of the death
from the Apostolic Nuncio in Dublin.
taly To Hold Elections
ROME, March 9-(/P)-Local elec-
tions will be held in 436 towns and
villages throughout Italy tomorrow,
and newspapers of three political
parties today appealed for order in
what they noted was Italy's first real
test of democracy in a quarter of a
century.

'Sidei' Charges
hIvestigators
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ithIi farness
Ty[e 4 -s',ocied Press
LANING, Marc 9-Special Pros-
ci i Sigl i today charged the
C._at: (or1tte ive tiating the
ifl i cotv Ity and jur with "ob-j
ing justice' after the commit-
te:OUtd is estimate of payments
o Charles . Henans. key grand jury
Xw'ff(n v id vanfesed b iber.
T he comnite e. in a piepred state-
mert Saturday, said that "further ex-
ar_ et" .show theservices of
C n cost Michigan
axpayes nuarly $164O00" and possi-
il "nearly 19.0QO, since March,
J944. It earlier estimates of pay-
ments to Hema , a former army
majr were se at 3.850.
Rdlea ng photographs of grand
'ry expene items showing pur-
cass eals and liquor for He-
ma, t omitesaid "the record
v I c~tie e t as wined
and oined in ieal fashion since he
was hirst returned to Michigan as a
v,tnes." It also declared trips to
Texas and Mexico and Washington
on grand jury expense accounts were
for '"Hemans' private business.''
'OOL-Tommy Dorsey whose orches- Sigler, learning of the commit-
ht asked a coed at intermission time tee'.> newest statement, declared that
iing pool. "the great statesmen on the Senate
cmmitee have been unable to find
anything on me so they're raising the
ante on Hemans. If they were ac-
m an om letescurate they would have stated He-
mans went to Texas to testify before
id-W est Career th.e federal grand jury investigating
small loans, and we almost lost him
as a witness entirely on that occasion.
some of Erin's principal saints, John He went to Washington on his army
Joseph at an early age conceived a status,
strong desire for the priesthood. The prosecutor declared that "giv-
Completing primary studies in his ing out photostatic copies of secret
native village, he was sent to the grand jury records is an excellent way
Diocesan College of St. Finian, near to help the defense in a criminal
Mullingar, after which he was gradu- case.
ated from All Hallows College near --
Dublin. While at this missionary semi- D a
nary the young theological student ,nn.n slDeath
was assigned to the diocese of Kansas
City and came to America in 1883.
Being under The canonical age fors h eks J ooney
holy orders, he continued his studies
under Bishop John Hogan and on ardinal's Clleague
Dec. 20, 1884, was ordained by Bishop
Hogan in the cathedral at Kansas States Sympathy
City.
The rapidly-rising young priest was DETROIT, March 7-(M--Edward
appointed coadjutor to the Arch- Cardinal Mooney, archbishop of De-
bishop of St. Louis on April 27, 1903, troit, issued this statement today on
with the right to succession. the death of John Cardinal Glennon
in Dublin:
S "I am deeply shocked by the news
'AM A W -ill iiorn of Cardinal Glennon's death. We

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14tice to Tro"ut
All tryouts for The:Daily Edit-
orial Staff, S-4ports or Women's
Staffs who attended Wednesday's
me"eting nd wouid pre'er Monday
sessions are asked to come to the
Student Publications Building at
7:30 p.m. tomorrow.

WONDERS ABOUT SWIMMING P
tra. played at the J-Hop Friday nig
if Michigan had ever built a swin
St. Lois Church
Distinguished M
By The Associated Press
Irish-born John Joseph Glennon,
an archbishop of the Roman Catholic
Church for 42 years, won attention
from the Vatican for his success as
an administrator as well as a spiritual
leader to become the first American
cardinal west of the Mississippi
River.
One of the church's outstanding
orators, he also achieved success as a
builder in his St. Louis Archdiocese.
One of his notable accomplishments
was the erection of the magnificent
St. Louis Cathedral, started in 1907
and completed at a cost of $2,000,000.
Four cardinals and 59 bishops and
archbishops were present at the dedi-
cation of the structure in 1926.
His elevation to the cardinalate at
the age of 83, announced by Pope
Pius XII on Dec. 23, long had been
predicted. But he said he had been
too busy with affairs of his archido-
cese to speculate in advance as to
whether he was to receive the honor.
"But you know how people are," he
added with a twinkle in his eyes,
"there had been gossip."
On February 18, he was among the
32 cardinals created at a history-
making secret consistory, the first
convened since 1940 and the first to
create new princes of the church in,
the seven-year reign of Pope Pius
XII.
Born in the village of Kinnegrad,
Westmeath County, Ireland, June 14,
1862, amid scenes and traditions of

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Rus h ingRe
ToBe Givent
At IFC Smoker
Dcigned to acquaint prospective
rushees with the hPaternity system
on campus, a smoker for all interest-
ed men will be sponsored by the
Interfraternity Council at 7:30 p.m.
Tuesday in the Union.
All men are invited to the smoker.
regardless of whether or not they
have signed up for rushing. The new
rushing rules will be explained, and
questions on campus fraternities will
be answered.
Bill Crick, secretory-treasurer of
the IFC, announced, as an added in-
ducement, that free cigarettes would
be given away.
Registration for rushing will con-
tinue this week in the student offices
of the Union between 3 p.m. and 5
p.m. daily, and more than 250 stu-
dents have already signed up. The
deadline for registration is Monday,
March 18.
Registration places the student'
under no obligation, but no student'
may be rushed by a fraternity until
he has signed with the Interfrater-
nity Council. A rushing list will be
drawn up by the IFC early next week
and submitted to the fraternities.
The newest edition of the IFC
directory, containing data on the
location and membership of all cam-
pus fraternities, is being distributed
to all those signing up for rushing.
Ruhr Plans Revealed
LONDON, March 9-(P)-British
official experts were reported tonight
to be studying a plan to establish a
four-power corporation to run Ger-
many's Rhur industries.

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Contract Rates on Request
FOR RENT
ANY mirried student with good ref-
erences wishing to live on farm
twenty miles out with rent in re-
turn for care of building write to
O. M. Geer, 5144 Horger Avenue,
Dearborn, Michigan or telephone
Oregon 3149.
WANT A ROOM, BUDDY? Opening
for summer and fall terms in pro-
gressive co-op house. Get acquaint-
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for Zip Kiski. 912 Monroe St.
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ROOM AND BOARD
MEALS: For girls. Splendid home
cooked meals at League House, 604
E. Madison. Phone 4489.
HELP WANTED
HELP WANTED: Part or full time,
excellent hrs., top pay. Witham
Drug Store, corner Forest and S.
University.
WANTED: Three waiters to work for
board at fraternity house. Prefer-
ably without 11 o'clock classes. Call
2-6313.
WANTED
MIDWAY Bicycle Shop, 322 E. Lib-
erty. We have rebuilt used bikes
for sale. Your bike can be expertly
repaired also.
WANTED: 2 or 3 students to work 3
hours per day for meals and good
wages; no Sunday, holiday or night
work. The Round Table, 111 W.
Huron St.

WANTED: Part time secretarial
position. Experience and refer-
ences. Phone 2'1705.
BOARDERS WANTED: Fraternity
house offering meals to men stu-
dents. Anyone interested contact
Hugh Carpol. 8623.
WANTED: Refitting, restyling. and
repairing of woman's wearing ap-
parel. Also any kind of sewing ex-
cept on black. Miss Livingston. 315
So. Division, 2nd floor front.
TYPEWRITERS bought, sold, rented.
repaired. Work guaranteed. Two
days service. Office Equipment Co.,
111 So. 4th St., Phone 2-1213.
LOST AND FOUND
LOST: Brown Shaefder pen with in-
scription "Quick": reward. Quick
Carlson, 316 Greene House. Phone
2-4591.
LOST-Gold topaz ring, Friday, Feb.
15, in Ceramics lab in Architecture
school; reward. Call 7491 or return
to Daily Office.
Red Harlequin glasses during exams
or corner East and South Univer-
sity. Reward Call 4759.
LOST: Alpha Delta pin. If found
please call 2-4516; reward.
LOST: Parker 51 pen. Gold top, blue
barrel, Saturday A.M., campus vi-
cinity. 8891. Mr. Reese. Reward.
LOST: Black Shaeffer pen on March
5 between Haven Hall and Alexan-
der's. Call 406 Mosher.
MISCELLANEOUS
HILDEGARDE SHOP
DRESSMAKING, Tailoring, Altera-
tions, Drapes and Slipcovers; expert
workmanship. Teltphoue 2.-4669.
116 East Huron.
PHI KAPPA SIGMA: All members of
Phi Kappa Sigma Fraternity now
attending the University please call
Mr. Heath, Phone 4231, Ann Arbor
Trust Co., and give name, address,
and chapter.
THETA XI's: All Theta Xi's on cam-
pus are invited to a meeting at the
Union in Room 321, Wednesday,
March 13, at 7:34 P.M.

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Golden Jubilee
DETROIT, March 9-(AP)-The
Automobile Manufacturers' Associa-
tion announced plans today for a
celebration "around June 1" of the
motorcar industry's golden jubilee.
Highlights of the celebration will
be a cavalcade of ancient cars
through the city's streets and a public
ceremony honoring the pioneers who
helped put the nation on wheels.
George W. Mason, president of the;
Car Builders' Association, said the
industry plans to invite to Detroit as
many of the surviving pioneers as
can be assembled to stage a street
festival and an historical pageant as
part of the observance of the indus-
try's 50 years of progress.
Among the surviving pioneers to
receive tributes and special awards
from the industry will be Henry
Ford, Charles W. Nash, Ransom E.
Olds, William C. Durant, Charles
Brady King, J. Frank Duryea, and
Barney Oldfield, Ralph De Palma,
and other early owners, highway
builders and industry pioneers.

traveled togethir from Rome to the
Shannon airport last Monday. When
we left him there it was evident that
the aged Cardinal was extremely fa-
tigued but we thought that the few
days rest he planned to take in his
native land would restore his
strength.
"It is indeed sad to think that only
in death will the people of St. Louis
whom he loved so deeply and served
so long see him clothed in the robes
of his new dignity and that the red
hat which he received two weeks ago
last Thursday will so shortly hang in
the great cathedral which he built.
"His death takes from the ranks of
the American Catholic hierarchy its
oldest member, one who was univer-
sally respected and beloved both for
what he was in himself and for what
he accomplished for the church in
the fifty years of his episcopate. Our
hearts go out in sympathy to the
priests and people of his great arch-
diocese who with their fellow citizens
were preparing to greet him on his
homecoming with acclaim and jubila-
tion. May God grant him the reward
of his long and zealous labors for his
church and his country."

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SUNDAY, MARCH 10, 1946
8:00-News
8:05-Organ Music
8:15-Jack Connor Trio
8:30-Freddie Martin
9:00-Thomas Peluso
9:30-Ave Maria Hour
10:00-News
10:15-Michigan Highway
Department
10:30-Henry Busse
10:45-Sportsman Guide
11:00-News
11:05-Free Methodist

Church of Ypsilanti
12:00-News
12:05__Do You Remember
12:15-Show Stoppers
12:30-Concert Hall of the
Air
12:45-Bible Hour
1:00-News
1:15-Boy Scouts of
America
1:30-Moments of Devotion
1 :40-Classicano
1:45-Joe Reichman
2:00-News
2:05--Symphonic Selections
3:00-News

3:05-California Harmonies
3 :15-OPA
3:30-Wake Up America
4:00-News
4:05-Johnny Herbered and
Orchestra
4:30-Boston Blackie
5:00-News
5:15-Carlos Molina
5:30-Frankie Masters
Entertains
5:45-Veterans' Counsel-
ing Service
6:00-News
6:05-Music for Sunday
6:30-Ray Bloch

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