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August 17, 1938 (vol. 48, iss. 44) • Page Image 1

… Weather Mostly cloudy showers i cen- Lor tral and east today. Cooler. An Official Publication Of The Summer Session VOL XLVIH No. 44 ANN ARBOR, MICHIGAN WEDNESDAY, AUG. 17, 1938 Editorial d Rothermere d Czechoslovakia . PRICE-FIVE CENTS is Negrin Saves His Ministry DespiteCrisis Two Cabinet Members Out In Barcelona Shake-up Over Mobilization Order Dissenters Objected To Industry Control PARIS, Aug. 16.-()-Premier Juan Negrin's Spanish Gov...…

August 17, 1938 (vol. 48, iss. 44) • Page Image 2

…THE MICHIGAN DAILY WEDNESD4Y, AUG. 17, __________________________________________________________________________________ U _______________________________________________________________________________ I I REPREBENTED POR NATIONAL ADVERTISING Y National AdvertisingService, Inc. College Publishers Representative 420 MADisON AVE. 04EW YORK, N. Y. C~ir,,WO BOSTON -LOS ANGELES S-AN "FARCISCG Board of Editors MANAGING EDITOR.. IRVING SILVERMAN...…

August 17, 1938 (vol. 48, iss. 44) • Page Image 3

…,_ AUG. 17, 193$ THE M9ICHI GAN DALILY PAGE. THftEX P~gG. 7, 198 V,.....~ Western States Report Support Of Third Term 2 Democrat Leaders, GOP Chairman Say Roosevelt Will Seek Re-election Murray Pledges Aid WASHINGTON, Aug. 16-(P)-A report of strong sentiment in the west for a third term for President Roosevelt brought renewed discus- sion among politicians today of the possibility he may run again. Two Democratic legislators-and. Chairman...…

August 17, 1938 (vol. 48, iss. 44) • Page Image 4

…FOU THE MICHIGAN DAILY WEDNESDAY, AUG. 17, IN THIS CORNER by... Mel Fineberg Fight Advance Henry Armstrong should be about a 3-1 favorite to lick Lou Ambers for the lightweight championship of the world tonight if that most reliable of all judges of boxing abilities, the abundance of nicknames, is to be be- lieved. Armstrong is way way ahead of the champion when it comes to the preponderance of psuedo- nyms. If Armstrong were to be arrange...…

July 17, 1938 (vol. 48, iss. 18) • Page Image 1

…M4it igan ~Iaiti1 EditoriaI Henry Ford's C'harley Mc~arthy ' Official Publication Of The Summer Session ANN ARBOR, MICHIGAN SUNDAY, JULY 17, 1938 PRICE FIVE CENTS - - -~ -... -~ -.- - I q ommmanow Produced First Of Great Talkies In 'Hell's Angels'; Holds Several International Air Speed Records; Directed Oil Machine Company As Texan Youth wealthy inventor. Since then he has variously been a oil-well machinery manufacturer, Hollywood ...…

July 17, 1938 (vol. 48, iss. 18) • Page Image 2

…THDE MICHIGAN DAILY SUNDAY, JULY 17, 1938 ever . . . Ford workers must be, first of all, do- cile." This policy is ominously similar to the "Be- lieve, Obey and Fight" slogan of Fascism. Further Ford, as the Fascists, strongly opposes any form of union activity, as can be seen by his persis- tent and publicly avowed refusal to cooperate with unions organized under section 7a of the NRA and now with the Wagner Act. When W. J. Cameron asserts...…

July 17, 1938 (vol. 48, iss. 18) • Page Image 3

…SUNDAY, JULY 17, 1938 THE MICHIGAN DAILY PAGE THREE Golf Tourney At Intramural To Open Today Brackets And Schedule Announced For I. 1 I. Championship Flight Divot diggers in the Championship Flight will swing into action tomor- row at 3:15 a.m. on the University golf course, when the first round of the Intramural golf tournament will be run off. The rules and regulations of the tournament are as follows: I. P.G.A. rules shall govern play ...…

July 17, 1938 (vol. 48, iss. 18) • Page Image 4

…THE MICHIGAN DAILY S NA Mft- Addresses Democrats On Bridge Filibert-Roth Campers Hear U. S. Rangers Federal Men Give Series Of Lectures To Students IN THIS CORNER By MEL FINEBERG Itl FI IIIYIIi XMl llllpll I President Roosevelt addressed a large crowd of'California Democrats at the Golden Gate Bridge in San Francisco, urging party unity and support of liberal candidates. The President scouted reports of a projected earthquake contro...…

May 17, 1938 (vol. 48, iss. 164) • Page Image 1

… The Weather F'air today, variable winds; niot much temperature change. YI r Alit iga fIuitj A Statement Of P olcy.... The International Natioals.. I VOL. XLVIII No. 164 ANN ARBOR, MICHIGAN, TUESDAY, MAY 1X7 1938 PRICE FIVE CENTS Mexieo Tense As Six Persons Are Wounded in Student Riot Opposing Political Forces Battle For Possession Of University Buildings 'Socialist Youth' Groups Defy Police M EXICO CITY, May 16.-tP)---Six prsons were...…

May 17, 1938 (vol. 48, iss. 164) • Page Image 2

…THE MICHIGAN DAILY Tu Newly-Appointed Daily Business Manager And The Editors These students pictured above are the new heads of the Michigan abert Mitchell, managing editor; Horace Gilmore, city editor; and Daily., Reading from left to right they are Philip Buehen, business manager; Albert, Mayio, editorial director. _ _ Spanish Club Elects Officers Alfred Hower, '39, Chosen New President With the election of officers La' Sociedad Hispani...…

May 17, 1938 (vol. 48, iss. 164) • Page Image 3

… TUEsIMY, MAY 17,1938 THE MICHIGAN DAILY arsit Nine o Seek Second in Over Ypsi Normal I rat Team To Face Leading Huron PitcherAgain Andronik, Zacher Named To Start; Squad Shows More Fighting Spirit It will be Ed Andronik vs. Howard "Rube" Zachar once more when Mich- igan's rejuvenated Varsity baseball team hooks up with the Michigan Normal nine in a return game on Ferry Field at 4:05 p.m. today. The Wolverines defeated their neighbors 6-5,...…

May 17, 1938 (vol. 48, iss. 164) • Page Image 4

…THEMICIGA t A Yw THE MICHIGAN DAILY i_ W lt[M'G VAI R BOR7N 'flT corflV 1 71OAtlimsOAa.flV Edited and managed by students of the University of Michigan under the authority of the Board in Control of Student Publications. Published every morning except Monday during the University year and Summer Session Member of the Associated Press The Associated' Press is exclusively entitled to the use for republication of all news dispatches credited t...…

May 17, 1938 (vol. 48, iss. 164) • Page Image 5

… THE MICHIGAN DAILY I Knight .Pate By MAPJANNE Another spring weekend passed and finals drawing still nearer ... but the campus kept up its social life with numerous house dances . . . and many mothers were entertained by their college children, too. Mary Alice MacKenzie was in Detroit for a while visiting some friends in the company of her family whe were here for the week-end . . Mary- Wickes and her parents who were her guests for the we...…

May 17, 1938 (vol. 48, iss. 164) • Page Image 6

… Peace of- Christ, whose statue towers 125 feet on Coreovado Moun- tain ovelooking Rio de Janeiro, did not extend to Guaiiabara palace four miles away--scene of Integra- A lists' abortive attempt. to, oust President Getuio, Vargas, capture Brazil. .~.... To -defend 500-mile title, Wilbur Shaw ,(above), wi nner 'of Indian- apchis Speediiay- last :year with all- time record of 113.58 mdiles an hour, has begun training for Memorial Day grind. H...…

March 17, 1938 (vol. 48, iss. 120) • Page Image 1

… The Weather Cloudy and colder today, pos- sibly light rain; fair and warmer tomorrow. "I C" '' r A .-. AJW 46F Iatit Editorials England Struggles With Censorship... Plea For University Housing Movement... VOL. XLVIII. No. 120 Al7A ARBOR, MICHIGAN, THURSDAY, MARCH 17, 1938 PRICE FIVE CENTS Wood Favors Room Petition But Declares Plea Stop-Gap Backs More Fundamental Approach To Question; Criticizes Present Set-Up Advocates Dorms And Tutor...…

March 17, 1938 (vol. 48, iss. 120) • Page Image 2

…PAGE TWO THE MICHIGAN DAILY - - Comparison Of* Armies Favors em ocracies United Efforts Of French, British, Soviet Forces Exceeds Fascist Might (Continued from Page 1) Czechoslovakia by a close military alliance, boasts the largest standing military force in the world. The Red Army is composed of 52 divisions, in- cluding five of cavalry, and numbers 960,000 men on a peace footing, .c- cording to the World Almanac. Its war-time strength wo...…

March 17, 1938 (vol. 48, iss. 120) • Page Image 3

… THURSDAY, MARCH 1"7, 1938 ilildurcAN DAIlY - ASI DE*- - LIN E S- 1y IRVIN LISAGOR -ssi VestliyPu 'R AY FISHER has a versatile group of baseballers in camp this year. Twelve of them "double" in other sports, three of 'em participate in three different realms of athletic en- deavor. A good basketball team could be molded of Capt.-Elect Leo Beebe, Herm Fishman, Danny Smick, Russ Dobson, Charley Pink and Fred Trosko-the first four being cag...…

March 17, 1938 (vol. 48, iss. 120) • Page Image 4

…PAGE FOUR THE MICHIGAN DAILY TJ{URSD;AY, MA~RCH V,1~ I,._I._ THE MICHIGAN DAILY Education AtMichigan Edited and managed by students of the University of Michigan under the authority of the Board in Control of StuderW Publications. Rutbushed every morning except Mondy during the )University year and Summer Session. Member of the Associated Press The Associated Press is exclusively entitled to the use for republication of all news dispat...…

March 17, 1938 (vol. 48, iss. 120) • Page Image 5

…THRSDAY, MARCH1 ',X1938 THE MICHIGAN DAILY PACE l Mike Riley's W.AoA. Interview Band To Play HoirAreChanged At Slide Rule) Open Ticket SaleI Saturday; Dance Given April 1 In Begins To Be Union Mike Riley, writer of "The Music Goes Round and Round," will fur- nish the music for the ninth annual Slide Rule Dance, to be given by the College of Engineering from 91 p.m. to 1 a.m. Friday, April 1 in the Union Ballroom, Sidney Steinborn, '38E, ...…

March 17, 1938 (vol. 48, iss. 120) • Page Image 6

…THE MICUtC.-AN'DAITY TaqlT.,-D'lT, ATAV,01 17, 1938 A~GE 'S1X r - - -- - -- - - - --- - --- --------- - - - - - - ------ . _- ... ::V ....:_.: . ._. .. ... ... _... _.. . .._... .....a--~ Noted Writer To Speak Here Crane Talks Next Week On Wear AndReligion Dr. Henry itt Crane, noted lec-, ture-r and author, will be in Ann Ar-bor to deliver a series of speeches from Sunday through Wednesday ~under the joint sponsorship of the 'Student Re...…

February 17, 1938 (vol. 48, iss. 97) • Page Image 1

…The Weather Mostly cloudy today and to.- morrow; snow tonight or tomor- row; no decided change in tem- perature. \'L.I AJW 4jH tAp ctYt aiiM Editorials The Crisis In Amex Pan Agriculture VOL. XLVIII. No. 97 ANN ARBOR, MICHIGAN, THURSDAY, FEB. 17, 1938 PRICE FIVE CENTS Highway Men Discuss Road Requirements In Parley Here, Experts Meet In Traffic, Engineering Sessions At 24th Annual Conclave Parking Meters Au 1 Lights Are Taken Up Traffi...…

February 17, 1938 (vol. 48, iss. 97) • Page Image 2

…THE MICHIGAN DAILY TURS ,FER. 17, 1938 Road Experts Hear Speeches OtPoblems Accident Prevention, Road Construction Among, Subjects Discussed (Continued from Page 1) according to R. W. Crum, director of the Highway Research Board of the National Research Council, is' to per- slade drivers to operate carefully and to improve those features of the high- ways that constitute hazards to rea- sonable, careful drivers. Street space, being the mos...…

February 17, 1938 (vol. 48, iss. 97) • Page Image 3

…THURSDAY, FEB. 17, 1938 T HE MICHIGAN DAILY PAGS ......................... . ...... ............................. ... . .. . ... ................ ---- ----------- Track Team To Meet partans Tonight In Indoor Opener Varsity Picked To Take Meet; Faulkner Is Out Greer, Woodstra To Lead MI. S. C.; Schwarzkop f, Watson Seek -larks The Michigan track team took a lay-off from their practice grind yes- terday afternoon in preparation for th...…

February 17, 1938 (vol. 48, iss. 97) • Page Image 4

…THURS AY, FEB, 17, 1918 TfTE MTCRIGfAN fDAILY ..UN.. L..... s a.4 .4 " '""' 1 11 L' 111 1. \..o ll: 1 R!..lA. . .L+ +'s. a . REPRESENTED POR NATIONAL ADVERTISING DY NationalAdvertisingService, Inc. College Publishers Reresentative 420 MADisoN AVE. NEW YORK. N. Y. CHICAGO - BOSTON - LOS ANGELES - SAN FRANCISCO - Board of Editors ANAGING EDITOR................JOSEPH S. MATTES ITORIAL DIRECTOR ............TUURE TENANDER TV EDITOR................…

February 17, 1938 (vol. 48, iss. 97) • Page Image 5

…0 THE MlhrlVFV-A-X'"-ATI'V** ar r.+ M06.w M ATXT-o' MTCT % I-AI V' A IN r Av PAGE i rvjE Annual Frosh Frolic ToBe HeldFri ayarch4,4In 1 Co? C tmmitteemen Are Announced L: te Permission Is Giver. For Dance; Orchestrf To Be Named Later The Frosh Frolic, annual freshmai cla;:s dance,.will be held from 9 p.r to 1 a.m. Friday, March 4 in th( Un on Ballroom, it has been an. notinced by Don Ryker, chairman o the affair. Eyker, a student in ...…

February 17, 1938 (vol. 48, iss. 97) • Page Image 6

…PAGE SI THE MICHIGAN DAILY "TIR S 4., FED 17 i3 Guidance Group Highway Men Hear Speeches Fir ist Reheai'sal Held By Hllel_ Players The first rehearsal for "Roots" the DAnYOFFICIAL BULLETIN Holds Aeeting On Traffic Here Oti arch 8 (Conl iued from Page 2) he said, that renders their use for the 1"ro'I 11(1 1 Industrial ists most part ineffective. And Edicaio . Leaders ,Although motorists pay $46,000,000 annually, Mr. Mickle said, 2,000 giv...…

December 17, 1937 (vol. 48, iss. 70) • Page Image 1

…The Weather Mostly cloudy, probably local rain or snow today; tomorrow, cloudy'; little change. . L17 r A6F 4 410 -Adkh mmw-qmWv .4iltr t an KIai Editorials None But i ool want 11'.r, tint . Congraulations, halamazoo College .., VOL. XLVIII. No. 70 ANN ARBOR, MICHIGAN, FRIDAY, DEC. 17, 1937 PRICE FIVE CENTS Lewis Doubts Peace Between. CIO And AFL Union Head Also Claims Congress Is Ignoring 'Menacing Problems' Says Green Refuses To Absor...…

December 17, 1937 (vol. 48, iss. 70) • Page Image 2

…THE MI:CHI GAN DAILY FRIDAY, DEC. 17. 1937 NLRB Examiner Explains How Wagner Act Works In Practice Stays I Nanking voting and representation in these cases. The unit may be the craft, the plant or the whole industry. The ziecessity of making this decision throws the Boardinto the AFL-CIO' controversy over craft or industrial unionism." The criteria by which the Board judges the appropriate unit for vot- ing, Mr. Casselman said, are "em- ...…

December 17, 1937 (vol. 48, iss. 70) • Page Image 3

…I I FRIDAY, DEC. 17, 1937 THE MICHIGAN DAILY i .__ _ ..__ _ .._ _....- _ _ _ - i I _ ._-_ ASI DE LINES - 7$y IRVIN LISAGOR - The Herald Angels . . TEACE ON EARTH, goodwill to- ward men .. Cynicism has no place in the at- tractiveness of youth, we've heard, but pick up a metropolitan and get a eyeful of its headlines and then contemplate the biting mockery of the lines above. War, robbery, coach- mng squabbles and other repulsive items sm...…

December 17, 1937 (vol. 48, iss. 70) • Page Image 4

…PAGE, FOUR - THE MICHIGAN DAILY TIRIDAY, DEC. 17, 1937 PAQE F0133 l~IIflAY, DEC. 17, 1937 THE MICHIGAN DAILY Ii r= and subsequent depressions. We realize that tied up in the Far East are tremendous investments of American capitalists and the life possessions of a great number of middle class tradesmen and business managers. We must weigh these two decisions. Can there be any doubt as to which end of the scale is the lower? If we do not...…

December 17, 1937 (vol. 48, iss. 70) • Page Image 5

…VRIDAY, DEC. 17, 19'7 THE MICHIGAN DAILY . . ....... . .......... . .... - - -------- Cast Of "Knaves And Maids" , Children's M sical, Ainounce Dancing Gro'up Of 30 Childr-enI Will' erforlmf Smart Travel Costume ~A< M~arie Sawyer Is Named Assistant Director; Play To Be Given Jan. 7, 8 The cast for "Knaves and Maids," third Childrens Theatre production, by Eleanor McCoy, '39, to be given Jan. 7 and 8, was announced yester- day by Sar...…

December 17, 1937 (vol. 48, iss. 70) • Page Image 6

…THlE MICHIGAN DAILY FRIDAY, DEC. 17, 1937 Firing Of Professor Causes 'Situation' Dr. Carey K. Ganong, economics professor at Kalamazoo College received notification that his contract would not be renewed and 350 students at the college went out on strike. Dr. Ganong is shown here with his wife and son, Donald. The president of the college, in view of the student strike, has postponed the dismissal. Accidents, Drinking And Fatigue Called ...…

November 17, 1937 (vol. 48, iss. 45) • Page Image 1

…The Weather Snow flurries today and tomorrow; somewhat colder in extreme southeast today. L 41k iga ~Iat Editorials When The Bus And Bears Weep .". . Ho-Hum No. 2 .. . r- - VOL. XLVIIL No. 45 ANN ARBOR, MICHIGAN, WEDNESDAY, NOV. 17, 1938 PRICE FIVE CENTS I Chlinese Fle eSlusser Praises War Posters, AntiLnchi German RoyaltyTRIE FIE AdmN B First Feature Of Spanish Week| Killed As Plane From Nanking eat-eIy Two Spanish War Films an ...…

November 17, 1937 (vol. 48, iss. 45) • Page Image 2

…T H E MICH IGAN D AILY WEBNESDAY, NOV. 17, 1937 ____________________________________________________________________________________________________ I Three Envoys Debate At Nine Power Conference CLASSIFIED AIERteNd France. England and America talked over the Sino-Japanese war in Brussels last week in the person of these three diplomats: left to right, Anthony Eden, foreign minister of Great Britain! Norman Davis, U.S. ambassador-at-lar...…

November 17, 1937 (vol. 48, iss. 45) • Page Image 3

…wW"L""a", NOV. 17, 1937 THE MICHIGAN DAILY PAGE THEEI Varsity Expected To Be In Top Shape For Regulars Are Sent Through Offensive Drill' Stanton Regains Starting Fullback Post; Ritchie Stars As Passer The Varsity gridders, finished their second workout yesterday in prep- ~aatiorn fo-r theB uekeiprtrcP tYAiy Ae t .l 0: ASIDE LINES Chi Psi Downs Phi Sigs; Gains L d1 i WANTED: A board job for six-foot, 192 pound half- back. Fast, s...…

November 17, 1937 (vol. 48, iss. 45) • Page Image 4

…THE MICHIGAN DAILY WEDNESDAY, NOV. 17, 19 THE MICHIGAN DAILY {= ,,.;-/ 3-1I Edited and managed by students of the University of Michigan under the authority of the Board in Control of Student Publications. Published every morning except Monday during the University year and Summer Session. Member of the Associated Press The Associated Press is exclusively entitled to the use for republication of all news dispatches credited to It or not ot...…

November 17, 1937 (vol. 48, iss. 45) • Page Image 5

…TOE MICHIGAN DAILY f Reggie Childs Is Chosen For Soph Prom By Campus Poll Chairman Set s Ticket Sale Date For Tomorrow Sophomores Must Have' Identification C a r d s;' Tickets Are $2.75 ! Tailored Jackets Popular Exchange Student Tells Of Life At Lingnan University In Canton Engagement Announced Joan Hanson, Robert Lodge m n r n o Students elected Reggie Childs' : band from a group of five to play forX the annual Soph Prom in a campu...…

November 17, 1937 (vol. 48, iss. 45) • Page Image 6

…THE MICHIGAN DAILY Three Teams Of Architects Vie For Prize Rome American Academy Gives $1250 Fellowship For College Architects Three teams of four men each will! represent the College of Architecture in this year's collaborative competi- tion sponsored by the American Acad- emy in Rome. Each member of a team covers one of four allied arts-architecture, landscape architecture, painting and sculpturing. The project of the competition thist y...…

October 17, 1937 (vol. 48, iss. 19) • Page Image 1

…The Weather Occasional rain today and to- morrow; slowly rising tempera- ture. cl 4r Li4t igau ttij Editorials Here's A New Idea... VOL. XLVII. No. 19 ANN ARBOR, MICHIGAN, SUNDAY, OCT. 17, 1937 PRIE FIVE CENTS Italy Is Willing To Recall Part Of Volunteers From Spa in Grandi Says Withdrawals Must Be Made Equally On Both Sides Of War Offer Is Received With Skepticism LONDON, Oct. 16.-()-Italy to- day offered to make a conditional "token"...…

October 17, 1937 (vol. 48, iss. 19) • Page Image 2

…THE MICHIGAN DAILY, SUNDAY, OCT. 17, 1931 Concrete Demonstration Rev. Kantoner To Be Given Tomorrow Mixing and placing of concrete for To Give Talks buildings will be the subject of at practical demonstration at 7:30 p.m. Cit T a M onday in Room 231 Angell H all, it w s a n u c d y te a . was announced yesterday. I t s I Ly ollowing list. Any active organiza- tion not listed should apply for of- ficial recognition at once. J. A. Bursley,...…

October 17, 1937 (vol. 48, iss. 19) • Page Image 3

…4 OCT. 17, 1937 THlE MICHIGAN DAILY DAILY OFFICIAL KULLETIN (Continued from Page 2) Delta Omega Delta Sigma Rho Deutscher Verein Druids Eastern Society Engineering Council *Engineering Honor Committee Eta Kappa Nu Farmer-Labor Club *Forestry Club Freshman Luncheon Club Galens *Gamma Alpha G enesee Club of Michigan Graduate Outing Club Hiawatha Club *Hillel Foundation Hillel Independents *Hillel Players Inst. of Aeronautical Sciences *Inte...…

October 17, 1937 (vol. 48, iss. 19) • Page Image 4

…THE MICHIGAN DAILY THE MICHIGAN DAILY Can Sanctions Halt Japanese Invasion Of China--Or Must World War Result? MUSIC In The Air DAILY OFFICIAL BULLETIN Publication in the Bulletin is constructive notice to all members of The ftverslty. Copy received at the epee at the Assiteat to the Pre..Mda muCr 3:30; 11:00 am. on Saturdy. !°I II , Edited and managed by students of the University of Michigan under the authority of the Board in Control...…

October 17, 1937 (vol. 48, iss. 19) • Page Image 5

…THE MICHIGAN DAILY League Heads Plan eason's Social Events Duties Of Two Committees Added; Clearing - House For Tickets Planned By JENNY PETERSEN With the beginning of the fourth week of school, all the committees of the League have plans under way for a busy season of activity, according to Hope Hartwig, '38, president of the League. Helen Louise Arner, '38, recently appointed third vice-president of the League, in charge of candy bootns, an...…

October 17, 1937 (vol. 48, iss. 19) • Page Image 6

…IME TITI Hi AN ATLY SUNDAY, OCT. 17, 1937 THE MICHIGAN DAILY ~T3NDAY, OCT. 17, 1137 5 ARKANSAS .... 6 SYRACUSE .... 14 NAVY. 15 TEXAS .. .. .. . .. CORNELL.. . ....6 HARVARD 0 INDIANA 0. . . ILLINOIS .13 N'WESTERN ... 14 PRINCETON ... 16 WISCONSIN ... .6 PURDUE .......7 CHICAGO ..... 7 IOWA........ 13 6 4 Spadaccini Sparkles i S ASIDE LINEF=S Old Eli BeatsArmy, 15-7 NEW HAVEN, Oct. 16.-(A)-Yale's scored the other touchdown for th...…

October 17, 1937 (vol. 48, iss. 19) • Page Image 7

…SoDAYr O~vT61, laTHE M ICHIGAN DAILY NOTRE DAME .. 7 TULANE ...... 7 FORDHA . .....0 U.C.L.A.........7 OKLAHOMA .... 0 WASINGTON-U. .7 U.S.C. ..... . ...34 K CARNEGE TECH . 9 COLGATE ..... 6 ..1PITT .... . . ....0 OREGON STATE . 7 NEBRASKA .... 0 WASH. STATE .. 7 OREGON .......14 M PAGE, SEV9N A SAS STATE.1, ARQUETTE .3 Minnesota's Powerhouse Runs Through Game Is Rout After First 12 Minutes Play Unstoppable Attack Gives Visitors 19 First D...…

October 17, 1937 (vol. 48, iss. 19) • Page Image 8

…TH.E MICHIGAN DAILY suNAY, OCT.17 IIN THE WORLD OF BOO-KS a BEMELMiqNSFound Yankee Miltarism Difficult.To Fathom ... American Artist Describes Effect ! ,T OM YC !f1n AS ih r Y T !At! MY WAR WITH THE UNITED .sylums are in danger of going in- STATES, by Ludwig Bemelmans. sane themselves, and after a few Viking Press, New York. $2.50. weeks of service Bemelmans finds By IRVING M. COPILOWISH In December, 1914, at the age of 16,I Ludwig ...…

October 17, 1937 (vol. 48, iss. 19) • Page Image 9

…CHORALEUNION SUPPLEMENT *ir 43U t 4:Iai1j SECTION II. I ANN ARBOR, MICHIGAN, SUNDAY, OCT. 17, 1937 Rachraninoff Will Open Choral Union Concerts Oct . 27; Series Gives Ann Arbor National Fame As Music Cente Artists And Organizations Are Eager For' Places On Programs Here Local Performances Vie WithBig Cities Hill Auditorium Crowds Often Exceed Numbers Found Anywhere Else By PROF. JOSEPH BRINKMAN The Choral Union Concert Series, clima...…

October 17, 1937 (vol. 48, iss. 19) • Page Image 10

…THE MICHIGAN DAILY NDAY, O )T. 17, 193 .t Hark All Gentle Ladies Ere Yet Ye Tread The Concert Aisle RECORDS It I By TOM M9CANN I work on the recordings of Victor will! s an artist Sergei Rfachmaninoff make his genius realized forever. t the peak of his brilliant career, Evidences of his technical skill can . as a composer he has similarly be seen in his interpretations of De- i.nguished himself.' His recordings bussy's "En Bateau" and "...…

October 17, 1937 (vol. 48, iss. 19) • Page Image 11

….7~~ 191TT1 MICHIIGAN DATILY A EfR 4XE TE=l Quality is Keynote Of Past Concerts, Says Sind In Reviewing Choral History Scheduled To Appear In Ann Arbor Feb. 17 (Continued from Pale 11 Mark Hambourg, Myra Hess, Joseph Hofmann. Vladimir Horowitz, Ernest Hutche- son, Jose Iturbi, Rafael Joseffy, Frank La Forge, Ethel Leginska, Tina Ler- ner, Mischa Levitzki, Josef Lhevinne, Yolanda Mero, Guiomar Novaes, Ig- nace J. Paderewski, Raoul Pugno, Se...…

October 17, 1937 (vol. 48, iss. 19) • Page Image 12

…THE MICHIGAN DAILY Civic Orchestra Program Is More Auspicious Than Original c'oore cAbout cJYx siC1 By William Lichtenwanger Elsewhere in this supplement men- blue-bloods among Germany's hogs tion is made of the extremely cosmo- are 3,600,000 belonging to a race politan character of American mu- which is aristocratically labeled as sical activities, especially as regards 'German Noble White Hog." Rachmaninof;f Johnson Discusses Comparison ...…

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