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, AUGUST 15, 1937



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Chinese Bombs
Kill Americans
In Settlement
(Continued from Page 1)
over Shanghai and the Whangpoo
River, striking at Japanese warships
and land concentrations, but appar-
ently doing their greatest destruction
in the foreign-controlied sections.
Japanese aircraft went up to fight
them, but with little effect.
Reports indicated the Chinese air-
men had bombed Japanese centers
and vessels with savage effect. Jap-
anese indicated they would take swift
and terrible revenge, possibly bomb-
ing Nanking, China's capital.
Protection for Americans was in-
creased late Saturday when the 10,-
000-ton cruiser Augusta, flagship of
the United States Asiatic fleet, arrived
after a forced-draught run down the
coast from Tsingtao. Admiral Barry
. Yarnell, commander in chief, was
aboard and took command of Amer-
ican naval and marine dispositions.
The 1,050 officers and men of the
mouth regiment of United States ma-
rines continued on duty on a three-
mile front along Soochow Creek
forming the northern boundary of the
non-Japanese part of the Interna-
tional settlement.
(Continued from Page 2)
dee, pianist, Clinton, Mich., will give
a graduation recital. in partial ful-
fillment of the requirements of the
Bachelor of Music degree, in the
School of Music Auditorium. Mon-
day evening, Aug. 16, at 8:30 o'clock.
Miss Pardee is a pupil of Prof. Jo-
seph Brinkman.
Harlan C. Koch, Assistant Director
of the Bureau of Cooperation with
Educational. Institutions will speak
on "Proposals for a Program of
Instructional Improvement," in
University High Scool Auditorium
at14:05 p.m. Monday.
Deutscher Verein: There will be a
banquet in the Grand Rapids Room
of the Michigan League, at 7 p.m.,
Monday, Aug. 16, Please make reser-
vations either at the German Table
or in the office of the German De-
partment, 204 U.H. (Extension 788).
In order to take care of many of
the students we have been unable to
see personally, I will be in the office
between 6:30 p.m. and 8:30 p.m. Mon-
day and Tuesday evenings.
T. Luther Purdom, Director
University Bureau of Appoint-
ments and Occupational In-
Exhibition in Architecture Build-
ing: There will be an exhibition of
the work of the Summer Session
classes beginning Tuesday, Aug. 17.
The work of Professor Valerio's class
in water color painting is shown on
the first floor. Drawings and models
done by the classes of Professors
Hammett and Brigham in Architec-
tural Design is shown on the second
School of Music Library materials
on loan by Summer Session students
must be returned to the Library,
Room 606,. Tower, by Wednesday,
August 18. School of Music credits
are withheld until all school property
is returned.
Henry Buinsma, Librarian.
pemonstration and Rehearsal of
mixed, male, and female choral ma-
terials, Monday, .7pm., Morris Hall.

All interested are invited.
Instructors in the College of Liter-
ature, Science and the Arts and Ar-
chitecture; Schools of Education,

Jesus Shalt
Dear Lord an
Forgive our fe
Reclothe us in
In purer lives
In deeper rev
o Sabbath res
o calm of hil
Where Jesus
The silence of
Interpreted by
Drop thy still
Till all our st
Take from ou
And let our or
The beauty o
Breathe throu
Thy coolness
Let sense be d
Speak througi
O still small v+
Savior, Aga;
"Savior, Again
With one accoi
We stand to:
Then, lowly k:
Grant us thyp
With thee beg
Guard thou t
That in this b
Grant us thy
Turn thou for
From harm an
For dark and1
Grant us thy p
Our balm in s
Then, when th
Call us, 0 Loi

is To Be Sung By Audie

Reign Where'er the Sun
4 Father of man-kind,
everish ways;
our rightful mind;
thy service find,
erence, praise.
st by Galilee!
s above,
knelt to share with thee
f eternityg
y love.
dews of quietness,
rivings cease;
r souls the strain and stress,
rdered lives confess'
f thy peace.
gh the heats of our desire
and thy balm;
dumb, let flesh retire;
;h the earthquake, wind, and fire,
voice of calm!"
un To Thy Dear Name
to thy dear name we raise
urd our parting hymn of praise;
bless thee ere our worship cease;
neeling, wait thy word of peace.
peace, upon our homeward way;
gan, with thee shall end the day;
he lips from sin, the hearts from shame,
house have called upon thy name.
peace, Lord, thro' the coming night;
r us its darkness into light;
nd danger keep thy children free,
light are both alike to thee.
peace throughout our earthly life,
)rrow, and our stay in strife;
by voice shall bid our conflict cease,
rd, to thine eternal peace."


Forestry and Music: Blanks for re-We U1
porting grades at the close of exam W est Virginia R
inations may be secured at the Reg-
istrar's office, Room 4, University Has Lieutenant
Hall, or from the secretary of your
school or college. When filled out
they should be returned to the Reg- WASHINGTON, Aug. 14.-UP)-
istrar not later than three days af- Young Jennings Randolph, represen-
ter the examination has been given. tative from West Virginia, says he
It is especially important in August has the most loyal of lieutenants, an
that lists be rechecked carefully by elderly, small-town matron.
the instructors to make sure that no When last election day rolled
names are omitted. around she took her car and chuggedl
Report students in Literature, Sci- into the mountains to get out the
ence and Arts, Architecture, Educa- vote. She rapped at one door where
tion, Forestry or Music on the blanks a gaunt housewife answered.1
of the school or college in which the "Cain't go," said the woman.
student is registered, and return "Why?" asked the campaigner.
these reports to the Registrar. "Hain't got no underwear."
Grades for students registered in "Well, would you go if you had
any other units than the above some?"
should be sent directly to the Secre- "Yup."
taries of the Schools or Colleges con- The campaigner whipped off her
cerned. own panties, handed them to the
housewife, and the two went to town
College of Literature, Science and to register one hard-won vote forI
the Arts, and Architecture; Schools Randolph. ,
of Education, Forestry and Music:
Each student who has changed his Vice-President Garner knows cap-
address since the June registration itol hill so well that he every has the
should file a change of address in secretaries spotted. He recently called
Room 4, U.H., so that the report of the office of a senator who has a de-
his summer work will not be mis- termined slave-driver in the outer-
directed, off ice.
"Hello," said Garner. 'This is the
Colleges of Literature, Science and _
the Arts; and Architecture; Schools
of Education, Forestry and Music:
(Continued on Page 4)
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Jniversity Animal
ince At Final Campus Vesper House Holds 3,000
(Continued from Page 1)
Captain! My Captain!
sidered the least intelligent of the
Captain! my Captain! our fearful trip is done; animals by their keeper who asserts
he ship has weather'd every rack, the prize we sught is won, 'that once these little creatures es-
he port is near, the bells I hear, the people all exulting, caped from their pen they forage
hile follow eyes the steady keel, the vessel grim and daring: about aimlessly with no apparent
knowledge of how to get back to their
food supply. The rabbits and rats, on
But I heart! heart! heart! the other hand, investigate a bit and
o the bleeding drops of red! then are always content to return vol-
Where on the deck my Captain lies, untarily. The guinea pigs, Caris has
Fallen cold and dead. found, are also far more susceptible
to the heat. Last summer in fact the
Captain! my Captain! rise up and hear the bells; not Cars opened the il adthemhad
se up-for you the flag is flung--for you the bugle trills; lowed them to wander about on the
r you bouquets and ribbon'd wreaths-for you the shores a-crowding; cool cement floor during the entire
or you they call, the swaying mass, their eager faces turning; hot spell.
Keeper Caris' whole day is devoted
Here, Captain! dear father! to the feeding of his charges with
Here Capain dea fater!the exception of the hour or two he[
This arm beneath your head! devotes to supervision of breeding,
It is some dream that on the deck, which has became almost a purely
You've fallen cold and dead. mathematical process with him.
Strangest of the thousands of or-
ders he has received from the various
y Captain does not answer, his lips are pale and still; University departments was the one
y father does not feel my arm, he has no pulse nor will; issued by a doctor who wanted 60
he ship is anchor'd safe and sound, its voyage closed and done; rats all born on a certain September
om fearful trip the victor ship comes in with object won "'day and all weighing a certain
amount. On the appointed day Caris
Exult, 0 shores! and ring, O bells! came through with the required num-
But , wih murnfl tradber and the scales showed that every
But 1, with mournful tread, rat had made his weight. In order
Walk the deck my Captain lies, to obtain such results he bred 20 fe-
Fallen cold and dead." males and got a total litter of 210 as-
piring candidates for the doctor.
Caris, it would seem, is definitely the
man for the job.
Dear Lord And Father Of Mankind Billy Repaid Married
Secretly In Ann Arbor
"Jesus shall reign where'er the sun William H. Diaper, 46 years old,
Ddeehis spccessive journeys run; Detroiter who gives radio news broad-
His kingdom stretch from shore to shore, casts under the name of Billy Repaid,
Till moons shall wax and wane no more. was married here secretly Aug. 7 to
Mrs. Nellie Haben MacMaster, 39
For him shall endless prayers be made, years old, also of Detroit, Justice Jay
And praises throng to crown his head; H. Payne's docket revealed yesterday,
His name, like sweet perfume, shall risewhe Mrs. MacMaster secured her di-
With every morning sacrifice. ,.Ms a~se eue e i
"' rnig sarifce.vorce July 17 in Judge Harry K.
Keidan's circuit court in Detroit.
People and realms of every tongue Her former husband, Lawrence Mac-
M ewell on 'his love with sweetest song; Master, is at present suing to have
And infant voices shall proclaim i the divorce set aside, charging that
Their early blessings on his name. the affidavit with which she secured
her divorce had been false.
Let every creature rise and bring - __
Peculiar honors to our King;
Angels descend with songs again,
And earth repeat the loud Amen."
epresentative them out,
~Sen. Robert M. LaFollette, Jr., of
t In Town Matron Wisconsin thought he had his nephew
' problem solved for the summer when
he sent young Bob LaFollette Sucher
Vee Pee. Can the boss go to the ball
ga~wt e' to a New England camp.
game with me?"But it leaks out he's planned to - *
M '*spend the last of the summer with the
Soft-spoken Representative John son of Sen. Henry Cabot Lodge of
M. Costello has a set of peculiar prob- Massachusetts.
lems. His district is -the heart of This is the way the youngster puts
it in a letter to his uncle
Hollywood. f "I think. that we should not plan
He says his constituents are a on my staying at camp. too long. I E
peaceful lot. The stars virtually nev- might get discontented."' E Sum m
er get hot-under-the-collar about
laws. But when they visit Washing-g es you your Greate
ton it's different.RC ssfed Ads
Jimmie Cagney was the latest. -__
Costello knew what the autograph SOCAL _Four
vultures would do to Cagney. So he.DANCING
made Jimmie sit down and fill aTDapciG
scratch pad with signatures before Toe tap, arobatics.
they started through the capitol. Gaueht daiy Terra
Then as they walked Costello just thetre blr Ph9695.
tore sheets off the pad and passed 2nd Floo. Opene3es.
Cottons, Tub Silks,
Rem-um nt SalPrnts and Knits. A
Values to $25.00

AGENTS! 20,000 rolls of our entire stock of Wall- n
paper goes on sale in one of the largest events of its
kind. at 5.00
Black, Brown and Nav
F BEveEng and dine dr
BUNDLE LOT, 4 to 8 Rolls for winter - at
Prices per bundle 9c to 29c'FL
Many dark crepes and
Waterless Cleaner, -b. Pail. . . . . ...49cSizes 3
Wallpaper Cleaner, 3 Cans for .......25c
Ready Mixed Paint. For all 4-hour Spar Varnish. Dries H S
outside use. 12 colors and with a gloss. For floor and 85c Values at 75c
white. woodwork.
$1.59 gal. gal. $1.29 $1.35 Valu
Washable Gloss. For kitch- 4-hour Enamel. For furni- Flannel Jack
en walls and woodwork. A ture and woodwork. Goes

er School Sale
st Opportunity to Save!
7.e95 10.00
Chiffons, Nets, Laces,
dso Summer Formals.
Sizes 12 to 46.
Troups of
ts and Co 'ats
.95 12.95
2 to 38
iginal prices
vy Crepes, Knits- also.
esses - all can be used
values to $29.75.

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