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November 22, 1936 (vol. 47, iss. 49) • Page Image 1

… The Weather Y Uk tga Iitj Editorials vs. Aitiquiated Lawsw . . Fair andcolder today; strong nor~vihwe."t w ids. VOL. XLVII No. 49 ANN ARBOR, MICHIGAN, SUNDAY, NOV. 22, 1936 PRICE FIVE CENTS Ie S. Advises Embassy Flee From Spanish War Regions Madrid, Barcelona Offices Instructed To Evacuate Danger Areas Americans In Two Cities Exceed 300 Consul-General Is Ordered To Call On American Vessel In Emergency WASHINGTON, Nov. 21.-()- The Unit...…

November 22, 1936 (vol. 47, iss. 49) • Page Image 2

…O T!I 11 19 1A IT SUNDAY, NOV. 22, 1936 'NE~WSC1 Catholics Re.lv Greatest Use Of Rare Books Na/ T o Coughlin s Found In Photostatic Copies OTDAY ottcCpe Library Makes More Than each year, of which more than half 25000 Prins Eah Year represent work done for persons and (By The Associated Press) DETROIT, Nov. 21.-P)--The Rev. institutions not connected with the Charles E. Coughlin tonight had the And Protects Originals University. v Drown I...…

November 22, 1936 (vol. 47, iss. 49) • Page Image 3

…SUNDAY, NOV.22,1936 THE MICHIGAN DAILY Irish Drop Wildeats Fro Iidefeated Ranks With 26- 6 Rout Michigan Falls Prey To Ohio In 21-0 Defeati Buckeyes Are Third Team To Score Three Straight Wins Over Wolverines (Continued from Page 1) their own 31-yard line. Rabb and Wedebrook took turns in pounding through the Michigan line until the ball was carried past mid-field. Then Dye tossed another forward to Wede- brook in the flat which gained 14 y...…

November 22, 1936 (vol. 47, iss. 49) • Page Image 4

…"j":HE MICHIGAN DAILY SUNDAY, Nov. M 1936 THE MICHIGAN DAILY ~UNDi1Y, NOV. 2~, 19~O ganization of the immigration and deportation laws seems imperative. Mass immigration is to be discouraged. A selective system is urged. Vigilance in administration will reducethe num- ber of illegal entries and consequently the howl- ing of the xenophobes. But foremost on the list of changes should stand a bill giving an inter- departmental commission disc...…

November 22, 1936 (vol. 47, iss. 49) • Page Image 5

…T WE M9 IA~DAL AEP Feads Chosen For Exhibition Fur Lining Is Practical Junior Women Three Candles Lit To Honor To Hold J.G.Pq Birthday Of Children's Theatre I By Swimmers W.A.A. Will Sponsor Meet For First Time In Drive For Swimming Pool The general committee for the swimming exhibition annually given by the varsity swimmers and spon- sored by the W.A.A. for the first time this year in their drive for a new swimming pool was announced ye...…

November 22, 1936 (vol. 47, iss. 49) • Page Image 6

…THE MICHIGAN DAILY SUNDAY, NOV. 22, 1 Seventh Annual Medical Exam Set For Dec. 4 The aptitude test for applicants to medical schools to be given December 4 at the University, marks the sev- enth annual milestone since the As- sociation of American Medical Col- leges first made these examinations a condition for entrance. These tests which were adopted by the Association in 1930, have been administered since then by the more than six hundre...…

October 22, 1936 (vol. 47, iss. 22) • Page Image 1

… TIhe Weather, Colder, with rain today; fresh to strong northerly winds. L igun Iitj Editorials Rumcrs Interestingly Told .. . Groesbeck For Landon ... VOL. XLVII No. 22 ANN ARBOR, MICHIGAN, THURSDAY, OCT. 22, 1936 PRICE FIVE CENTS Democracy In Taxation Is Boasted By Roosevelt Says Voters Must Choose Own Interests Or Those Of SpecialGroups Crowd Of 175,000 Hears F.D.R. Talk Football Players Unaffected By Cheers, Yells During Game Cla...…

October 22, 1936 (vol. 47, iss. 22) • Page Image 2

…,-,irH MI TMA1 DAILY THURSDAY, OCT. 4 I Ten seniors and one junior have been permitted to elect the course in English honors this semester, Prof. Warren G. Rice, secretary of the com- mittee on honors work;in the English department announced yesterday. They are: Ralph W. Hurd '37, Phyl- lis L. Huston '37, Harold Iverson '37, Jean E. MacGregor 37, Marjorie M. Mackintosh '37,, betty J. Meyer Lit., Leon Ovsiew '37, Herbert L. Seegal '37, Or...…

October 22, 1936 (vol. 47, iss. 22) • Page Image 3

…THE MICHIGAN DAILY FA ifiku 4 imi jis 1 161 ikww , lwiifillmk ii iijaii o6ii, i'' Repeal Of Food- Tax Is Opposed. By Prof. Ford Professor Says Abolition Would Affect Financing Of Education, Welfare Cites Rise Of Relief Government Bureau Man Advises Tax Reduction If ChangeIs Made ; By STUART LOW The proposed amendment to the Michigan constitution, which will be voted upon Nov. 3, advocating the repeal of the retail sales tax on food and the ...…

October 22, 1936 (vol. 47, iss. 22) • Page Image 4

…THE MICHIGAN DAILY THURSDAY, OCT. 22, Board of Editors MANAGING EDITORd.......E.......ELSIE A. PIERCE ASSOCIATE EDITOR...........FRED WARNER NEAL ASSOCIATE EDITOR........MARSHALL D. SHULMAN George Andros. Jewel Wuerfel Richard Hershey Ralph W. Hurd Robert Cummins Clinton B. Conger Departmental Boards Publication Department: Elsie A. Pierce. Chairman; James Boozer, Arnold S. Daniels, Joseph Mattes, Tuure Tenander, Robert Weeks. Reportorial D...…

October 22, 1936 (vol. 47, iss. 22) • Page Image 5

…THE MICHIGAN DAILY Panhellenic Ball Heads Chosen By Betty King First Meeting Of Group Chairmen Will Be Held Tomorrow At League Tickets To Sell Soon Is Planned For Last Week In November; Popular Orchestra ToPlay Chairmen of the central committee for the annual Panhellenic Ball to be held Nov. 27 in the League ballroom were announced yesterday by Betty King, '37, general chairman. The heads of the various commit- tees of the ball will hold the...…

October 22, 1936 (vol. 47, iss. 22) • Page Image 6

…THE MICHIGAN DAILYV THURSDAY, Wolverines Get Their First Taste Of Columbia Plays Sprinting Back A Probable Starter Saturday Trueblood Awards Eight Golf, Passes Purdue-Minnesota Tilt Heads . Confrence Genes Saturday HOLD THAT TIGER BATON ROUGE, La., Oct. 21-(A') -Louisiana students cut classes to- day to welcome. a live tiger as foot- ball mascot. Staunchley by "SOCI ETY BRAN D" Following his policy of previous of_~_I years, Professo...…

October 22, 1936 (vol. 47, iss. 22) • Page Image 7

…THE MICHIGAN DAILY PAGE SEVBN Jesse Owens, Glen Morris Lead In Race For Sullivan. Award - Alice Marble, John Fischer The PRESS ANGLE Replaces Janke In Line In.First Four By GEORGE J. ANDROS uh Brak 'Rub' from the action, or what he was do- Helen Jacobs, Glen Hardin ough reak, Ruby . . . i Y SYMPATHY goes out to Varsity Upon questioning it was disclosed AnsPeForrest Towns Also . iithat Rinaldi saw a Gopher standing T.mmer Paul Keeler who...…

October 22, 1936 (vol. 47, iss. 22) • Page Image 8

…'ART THE MICHIGAN DAILY THURSDAY, QC ~HT THURSDAV, oc Science Races To Save Fauna Data InValley, Rise Of Dammed Waters Of Tennessee R i v e r Threatens Wild-Life Unbeaten Irish The University's Museum of Zo- ology is racing with time. Within the next three years it must find and preserve many clews to the topographical history of the Tennes- see Valley area. By approximately 1940 the $350,- 000,000 project of the Tennessee Val- ley Auth...…

September 22, 1936 (vol. 47, iss. 1) • Page Image 1

…f~Iir 43 jIaiti Editorials Welcome To '40 .. The Kremlin And The White House ... I ANN ARBOR, MICHIGAN, TUESDAY, SEPT. 22, 1936 PRICE 5 CENTS ACUTE ROOM SHORTAGE IS FACED HERE . . ........... . ------- $18,000 Fund Now Available Through NYA Program To .Be Continued Under Conditions Sinilar To Last Year Receive More Than Profusion Of Freshman Pots 'Will Initiate Another Year' 0 , I .I 1,500 Applications Modification To All...…

September 22, 1936 (vol. 47, iss. 1) • Page Image 2

…I PAGE TWO l HE MICHIGAN bDALtY TESDAY, SEPT. 22, 1 _ _ ,.. . _a .s ,: ,: , U. Of M Radio Station Plans Broad Program Season Over WJR To Start Oct. 11 And To Continue Until March 28, A progrkm of expanded activity for the University radio broadcasting sta- tion has been announced by Prof. Waldo Abbott, director, for the Mor- ris Hall station's thirteenth year on the air. Educational radio programs are broadcast over the facilities of WJR...…

September 22, 1936 (vol. 47, iss. 1) • Page Image 3

…Y, SEPT. 22, 1936 THE MICHIGAN DAILY PAGE THREE MOM Choral Union Will Present Annual Series Ten Concerts Will Include Three Orchestras, One Choral Group A brilliant series of 10 concerts, which will include three of the na- tion's leading symphony orchestras, the Boston, Chicago and Detroit, has been planned for the 1936-37 Choral Union Series, according to the an- ouncement made by Dr. Charles A. Sink, president of the music school. The o...…

September 22, 1936 (vol. 47, iss. 1) • Page Image 4

…PA+FE FOUR THE MlCIIIGAN DAILY _TUESDAY, SEPT. PAF~ FOUR TUESDAY, SEPT. THE MICHIGAN DAILY heritage of culture was bequeathed tof THE MICHIGAN DAILY 4; -tw ns 1936 Member 1937 sssocialed CoUe6dice Press Distributors of ColeNite Di6esI Published every morning except Monday during the University year and Summer Session by the Board In Control of Student Publications. Member of the Associated Press The Associated Press is exclusively entit...…

September 22, 1936 (vol. 47, iss. 1) • Page Image 5

…4 SEP~T. 22, 1936 TfI-E MICHIGAN DLTALY Board Accepts More Than $53,000, Approves 4 Resigi cations p. _ Regents Accept Gifts, Approve Faculty Change Medical Library, Trust Fund For Engineering School Are Received Carillonneur Chosen Sabbatical Leaves Given Five Professors; Four ResignationsAccepted The acceptance of gifts of more than $53,000 and the approval of numerous faculty changes chiefly occupied the Board of Regents at its June ...…

September 22, 1936 (vol. 47, iss. 1) • Page Image 6

…4 PAGE SIX THE MICHIGAN DAILY Nowomm" . 0 140 Freshmen In Big Rendezvous Camp Program SCA Sponsors Tbree-m ay Camp For Class Of '40 Frosh Caip Is Directed By Cline, Wilsnack; Creates Cooperation Yost Greets Campers Upperclassmen Counselors Promote Discussions And FacilitateFriendships By JAMES A. BOOZER More than 140 freshmen returned to Ann Arbor Sunday afternoon af- ter a three day session of the 11th annual freshman Rendezvous Camp,...…

September 22, 1936 (vol. 47, iss. 1) • Page Image 7

… Section Two L i 4,3ttttu Sports ANN ARBOR, MICHGAN, TUESDAY, SEPT. 22, 193 THE PRESS ANGLE By George J.Andros .4 " HE CHAMP" has abdicated. With no greater heights to be reached, Dick Degener, the world's greatest diver of all time and Ann Arbor's youngest purveyor of men's wear. has given up serious competi- tion and the ranks of the amatuers to turn professional. Still as boyish looking as'the baby- faced blond who first stepped ...…

September 22, 1936 (vol. 47, iss. 1) • Page Image 8

…TIHE MICHIGAN DAILY 9 Varsity Tennis- Team Riddled By Graduation Captain Miller Sherwoodj Will Lead Netters' Questj For BigTen Title By CARL GERSTACKER Micigan's chances of copping the Big Ten teninis championship or anything approaching it next year look very slim. Four of last spring's seven letter winners will be missing when Coach John Johnstone looks over his squad. They are Capt. Howie Kahn, Jarvis Dean, Johnny Rodriguez, and Ted Thorw...…

September 22, 1936 (vol. 47, iss. 1) • Page Image 9

…TUESDAY, SEPT. 22, 1936 THE MICHIGAN DAILY PAGEN TUESDAY, SET 2,13 PG I-M Athletes To Get Award From The Daily Trophy Will Be Given To High Man In Numeral Competition Recognizing the worth and service rendered by the Intramural Sports department The Daily has indicated its intention to contribute an award in conjunction with the I-M numeral award to be given to the student making the outstanding individual record. It will be known as The ...…

September 22, 1936 (vol. 47, iss. 1) • Page Image 10

…PAGE TEN THE MICHIGAN DAILY Hubbell Vs. Murderers Row' Is Lineup For Series Opener . v Cardinals Are Conceded Little Chance To Rally Yankees Are Expected To Annex The World Title Within Six Games Opener Is Sept. 30 Giants Depend On Hurling For Victory While Yanks Rely On Batting Power It will be the great left arm of Carl Hubbell vs. Murderers Row of the New York Yankees when the Giants and McCarthymen clash Sept. 30 in the opener of ...…

September 22, 1936 (vol. 47, iss. 1) • Page Image 11

…AY SEPT. 22, 1936 THE MICHIGAN DAILY PAGE ELEVEN ~Y, SEPT. 22, 1936 PAGE ELEVEI~I Annual Spri,.4rr{ Hockey Team To Have Great Reserve Corps Barring Injuries, Tough1 And Rugged' Pucksters Vill Have Rests (Continued from Page 7) hatiest part of the schedule still be- fore them, last year's squad, or what was left of it, took a hitch in their belts and went on to scrap it out, fin- ishing up with a .record of seven wins in 16 games. But whil...…

September 22, 1936 (vol. 47, iss. 1) • Page Image 12

…PAGE TWELVE T.IR E t M.I II I GA┬óN ,. DAl L Y . TUESJMY, SEPT. 22, 1 THE .M.ICHIGAA.N ~D.AILY TUESDAY, SEPT. 22, 1 Keen Visions Good Season For Wrestlers Wolverines Open Strenuous Drills For State Game Captain-Elect Wright Fails To Return; Squad Has Five Lettermen By RICHARD LaMARCA With five lettermen returning in addition to several promising soph- omores, Cliff Keen, Varsity wrestling coach, will have plenty of material with which to...…

September 22, 1936 (vol. 47, iss. 1) • Page Image 13

…t A- )AY, SEPT. 22, 1936 THE MICHIGAN DAILY PA"E Powerful State. Gridders Here, F or Opening Tankmen Doped For Easy Wins In National And Big Ten Meets1 r i-- Sartans Gird For Straight Victory Wolverine Eleven Third Over (Continued from Page 7) eight-letter man, may see some action at quaxter, but will probably be used at half. 'Agony Al' Is Back To replace Warmbein, Coach Bach- man has "Agony Al" Agett, triple- threat artist de...…

September 22, 1936 (vol. 47, iss. 1) • Page Image 14

…TIHE MICHIGAN DAILY PAGE FOURTEEN TUESDAY, SEPT. 22, . . . . ............ How To Stop Minnesota Is Prob [em ForBig Ten Coaches Rumblings Of The Far-Off Cage Season Ohio Is Slated To Make Strong Bid For Honors Northwestern And Indiana Rate hig As Contenders For Conference Laurels Openers Are Tough Other Teams Are Classed In Lower Bracket But May SpringUpsets By FRED H. DeLANO In 1935 the big problem facing football teams in the Western ...…

September 22, 1936 (vol. 47, iss. 1) • Page Image 15

…Section Three LL lflr9ian 4:Iait Society News r ANN ARBOR, MICHIGAN, TUESDAY, SEPT. 22, 1936 2e New Rules Are Given By Council Executive Board Changes Pledging From Sunday To Saturday Rushing Extended To Three Weeks Changes Made To Allow Rushees And Sororities More Study Time Revised rushng rules for this year have been announced by Betty Ann Beebe, '37, president of the executive board for the Panhellenic Council. The Council also in...…

September 22, 1936 (vol. 47, iss. 1) • Page Image 16

…'AGE SIXTEEM T rTHE MICIGCAN DAILTY TUESDAY, SEPT. 22, 1939 Fashion Points To Comfort In Football .arb Ann Arbor Days Demand. Fortification A g a i n s t Rain, Sun, Cold Hand Knits Favored Fur Coats Should Provide Ample Insurance Against Cold Winds By BARBARA LOVELL Only a few more days are left be- fore the first football game with its attendant bands, cheers and milling crowds,. occurs. To enjoy the game in comfort is largely a matter o...…

September 22, 1936 (vol. 47, iss. 1) • Page Image 17

…SEPT. 22, 1936 THE MICHIGAN DAILY PAGE SEVE Silhouettes Of Campus Ward robe Show Influence Of Swing I rhythm ___.- rd j Daily Grooming Takes Up Little Time At School Complexion Brush, Good Mild Soap, Lipstick Are Only Essentials Articles on beauty aids which de- scribe creams and lotions by the doz- en to be applied every night before retiring and in the morning upon rising are of little value to the college woman who makes a non-stop f...…

September 22, 1936 (vol. 47, iss. 1) • Page Image 18

…rrUBEIH EENTHE MICHIGAN DAILY TUESDAY, SEPT. 22, 1936 rf i. 1. f-ORAL NIN ONCERT'S F 1 FTY- E I (SH T H A NN UAL SERI ES- 1 936-1 937 i-ALLL -STS ROGRAMS --10, E ----n. _...___...._ __ i MOSCOW CATHEDRAL CHOIR 2. 3. K*irst l 1,agstad, Soprano Monday, October 19 Chicgo ymphony Orchestra FREDERICK STOCK, Conductor Monday, November 2 MosowCathedral Choir NICOLAS AFONSKYV, Conductor Monday, November 16 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. Jasch ie~...…

September 22, 1936 (vol. 47, iss. 1) • Page Image 19

… TUESDAY, SEPT. 22, 1936 THE MICHIGAN DAILY Men's Fashions Begin Retreat From Recent Radical Excesses Bellows Pleat, Outlandish and comfort to be specific, are in the ascendent. Plaids Out; Simplictiy The old bellows pleat which extend- In Design Return ed from the shoulders to the waist has given way to the new gusset Bshoulder. This new feature, while By CLAYTON HEPLER . loingtesm muto r Way down east, where the sun rises dlowing the same am...…

September 22, 1936 (vol. 47, iss. 1) • Page Image 20

…PAGE TWENTY' THE MICHIGAN DAILY TUESDAYSEPT. 22, Social Calendar Is Marked By Weddings Of Prominent S tudents Marriages Are Announced By Loeal Friends Helen Cheever Is Wed To William James Bird At Fall Ceremony This summer saw many marriages of interest to Michigan students. Those of University graduates, under- graduates and members of prominent local families attracted special at- tention. Sept. 5 in the Woodward Ave. Pres- byterian Chu...…

September 22, 1936 (vol. 47, iss. 1) • Page Image 21

….IY, SEPT. 22, 1936 THE MICHIGAN DAILY PAGE T WEXTY-ON' LV, SEPT. 22, 19~#1'~AQ~ TWENTY-OY~ Graduates Figure In Fall And Suiner Nupuials Directs Transfers (Continued from Page 20) graduated from the medical school in 1932. Another event of the summer was the marriage of Josephine M. Wood- hams, daughter of Dr. and Mrs. Charles J. Woodhams of Plainwell, to Robert Charles Von Maur, son of Mr. and Mrs. J. D. Von Maur of Toronto. Both Mr. an...…

September 22, 1936 (vol. 47, iss. 1) • Page Image 22

…"XE TWENTY-TWO THE MICHIGAN DAILY TtJESDA Y, SEPT. 22, ~rE TWENTY-TWO T~JESDAY, SEPT. 22, Fashion Points To Comfort In Football Garb Ann Arbor Days Demand Fortification A g a i n s t Rain, Sun, Cold (Continued from Page 16) than a little reminiscent of mascu- line campus headgear. A modern flat sailor of felt bound in grosgrain rib- bon is flattering to most types. The new square crown is shown in a felt breton with a big bright fore-and-...…

September 22, 1936 (vol. 47, iss. 1) • Page Image 23

…0 Section Four I LL G 4F A#tY flitir an IrtA Features ANN ARBOR, MICHIGAN, TUESDAY, SEPT. 22, 1936 Ann Arbor Of 50 Years Ago Recalled By Prof. Goddard Germans Miss Old Traditions, VisitorReports Heidelbergers Bitter Passing Of Duels Mourned, As Are Study Habits Of YoungGermany By MARY GIES (EDITOR'S NOTE: Miss Gies spent last year in Germany as a graduate student at the University of Heidelberg, and is enrolling in the graduat...…

September 22, 1936 (vol. 47, iss. 1) • Page Image 24

…T HE MICHIGAN DAILY TUESDAY, SEPT. 22, 1 -.-- Heads Union ' Health Service Politics Replacing Traditional C ves Complete College SpiritAtHeidelberg0 p -g Mf] American Student Views the eastern border during harvestt Present As Transition time. Inexpensive And Extensive This endless account of politicala TO Better Germany activities might easily convey thee Aid Offered Students I impression that German students aret Enrolled Here (Continu...…

September 22, 1936 (vol. 47, iss. 1) • Page Image 25

…Y, SEPT. 22, 1936, THE M IC H IGA N DAI LY Slide Rules Are Lares, Penales, ForAEnoiieers Those IIt Side Boys Can lake i Easy With Their Exeelh t Laoratories Students entering the College of Engineering learn, first of all, that no respectable engineer thinks without, talks wihout or lives without his slide-rule. They learn, after this, that most of their college education will be spent in laboratories. Classrooms in the engineering college...…

September 22, 1936 (vol. 47, iss. 1) • Page Image 26

…THE MICHIGAN DAILY TUESDAY, SEPT. 22 Largest University Hospital In The United States Psychologists Can't Explain BlackLegion Cult's Large Membership Defies Any Explanation, Says Prof. J. F. Shepard By JOSEPH S. MATTES The Black Legion, terroristic or- ganization reputedly of national scope, is a phenomenon beyond psy- chological explanation, Prof. John F. Shepard of the psychology depart- ment said recently. "Until a motive that will bea...…

September 22, 1936 (vol. 47, iss. 1) • Page Image 27

…SEPT. 22 '1936 THE MICHIGAN DAILY PAGE fiWl SEPT. 22, 1936 PAGE 1W Program For Concentration Is Explained Every Student Must Have 60 Hours And 60 Honor Points To Concentrate Students in the University's Col- lege of Literature, Science and the Arts who are studying for the degree pi Bachelor of Arts or a similar de- gree do not "major" in the subject of their choice, as in the case at many schools and colleges, but take a first or Gencral...…

September 22, 1936 (vol. 47, iss. 1) • Page Image 28

…-EIGHT THE MICHIGAN DAILY TUESDAY, SEPT. 22, 19 -EIGHT TUESDAY, SEPT. 22,11 Faculty Plans For Semester Leaves Told Prof. I. L. Sharfman Will Investigate history Of I. C. C. Commission View Of Northeast Side Of Law Quadrangle Forsythe In Europe Prof. Arthur W. Bromage Studies Irish Free State During His Leave Programs consisting of untiring re- search work, recreational and rest- ful travelling, or combinations of both have been planned ...…

September 22, 1936 (vol. 47, iss. 1) • Page Image 29

…, SEPT. "? "936 THE MICHIGAN DAILY I PAGE' lp I Summer Term Proves To Be Great Success .A.A. Plans Mixed Women's Athletic Association for the" next year which will provide for Sports Participation mixed participation in sports. Every Wednesday afternoon men as wellas A putting green has recently been women will be allowed to make useI completed on Palmer Field next to of the facilities of the Women's Ath- the Women's Athletic Building for...…

September 22, 1936 (vol. 47, iss. 1) • Page Image 30

…T HE MICHIGAN DAILY TUESDAY, SEP' 22, U Welcome, Freshmen' Has Advance Information Concerning Your Classroom Requirements Come In As Soon As You Are Classified Receive Your Choice of our Big Stock of 0 UEI and NEW El - El. El FOR ALL DEPARTMENTS and STUDENT SUPPLIES We Have Everything For the Student: Fountain Pens Pencils Notebooks Paper Stationery Michigan Pennants Desk Lamps Blotters Laundry Boxes Scrapbooks Equipment for...…

July 22, 1936 (vol. 45, iss. 19) • Page Image 1

… The Weather ..A -ustim AAL Iait Editorials We Human Beings ... The Very Good Life... Gentle variable winds; fair today; somewhat warmer. Official Publication Of The Summer Session VOL. XLV No. 19 ANN ARBOR, MICHiGAN WEDNESDAY, JULY 22, 1936 PRICE 5 CENTS Dr. Townsend Pulls Second Walkout Trick Deputies, However, Give Chase In Auto And Bring Him Back To Hearing Scene Reminiscent Of Other Walkout To Play Wellwyn In 'The Pigeon' Tonight...…

July 22, 1936 (vol. 45, iss. 19) • Page Image 2

…iii Tr-Vv I rlrv, Tstst r a it YTTr-wr AA 4A4- 1. RA. i Jrlljji17.t-I.JEN IlIL. Y I 7 DNE ilt1Y, JULY 22. 1936 THE MICHIGAN DAILYJ Official Publication of the Summer Session .. , ,n_ _ . _ ._ __. ------ - Ei T lE FORUM I - - - - I Published every morning except Monday during the University year and Summer Session by the Board in Control of Student Publications. Member of the Western Conference Editorial Associa- tion and the Big Ten...…

July 22, 1936 (vol. 45, iss. 19) • Page Image 3

…THE MICHIGAN DAILY 'PAGE THREE Nudists Beat Hasty Retreat As Farmer Shakes Fist NEWS Of The DAY (From The Associated Press) Released From One Jail Only To Enter Another MARQUETTE, July 21._-( )_ Charles Roberts, one of three in- mates of the Marquette prison named in warrants charging them with the murder of Warden T. B. Catlin and Deputy Warden Fred C. Menhennit during a pic- ture show in the prison in 1921, was released from the prison...…

July 22, 1936 (vol. 45, iss. 19) • Page Image 4

…PAGE FOUR THE MICHIGAN DAILY Governor Alf. Rests As U. S. Awaits Speech Enjoys Homecoming With Family At State Mansion; Address Is Finished TOPEKA, Kans., July 21.-O(P)- Blocks away from decorated and holiday-spirited downtown Topeka, Gov. Alf M. Landon spent most of today in his executive mansion, en- joying his family's homecoming and a few welcome hours of rest before Thursday's notification ceremonies. The ad.drqss in which he will ac- ...…

May 22, 1936 (vol. 46, iss. 167) • Page Image 1

…The Weather Fair, warmer today; tomorrow increasing cloudiness, showers by late afternoon or night. OWN-.-& ilT4r AI jIaitA Editorials The Case Of Kermit Eby .. . European Tour ... The Chair In Polish Studies... VOL. XLVI No. 167 ANN ARBOR, MICHIGAN, FRIDAY, MAY 22, 1936 PRICE 5 CENTS Sherwood Is Elected New Council Head Sullivan Is Vice-President; Executive And Judiciary Committees Named Council Caantioned By William Dixon Former Presi...…

May 22, 1936 (vol. 46, iss. 167) • Page Image 2

…TWO -Ty1 MvTTA arcL RTDAY, MAY 22, 1r NEWS O1f The DAY Tragedy At Williams College Claims Two s, (From The Associated Press) La do MenSeek Borah Aid, Hit Liberty League The Landon camp extended its right hand to Senator Borah, its chief critic, today, and at the same time, with its left hand sent a jab to the jaw of the American Liberty League. The Landon men are expectantly awaiting Borah's speech May 28, hop- ing that he will not hit...…

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