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November 01, 1939 (vol. 50, iss. 33) • Page Image 1

…Weather ;ent snow flurries, and day; tomorrow cloudy. fiJra aiItxi Editorial The Challenge To Civlizatio~n. L L. No. 33 Z-323 ANN ARBOR, MICHIGAN, WEDNESDAY, NOV. 1, 1939 PRICE FIVE CENTS House Passes, Neutrality Bill To Conference in WldVote Embargo Group Changes Prevented By Early Vote As Administration Wins Conferees To Get Instructions Today WASHINGTON, Oct. 31. -(y- Advocates of repealing the arms em- bargo won the first skir...…

November 02, 1939 (vol. 50, iss. 34) • Page Image 1

…Weather Considerable cloudiness, local snows, continued eoia L2 4$W Awf, it; attg Editorial It Costs Less, But What About Health? I * VOL. L. No. 34 Z-328 ANN ARBOR, MICHIGAN, THURSDAY, NOV. 2, 1939 PRICE FIVE Fight In Senate Nears Climax Tomorrow As Votes Are Cast Forty-Five Candidates Seek 16 Available Positions In Hotly Contested Race Platforms Reveal Varied Interests Handbills, posters and gaily col- ored stickers gave the cam...…

November 03, 1939 (vol. 50, iss. 35) • Page Image 1

…Aki Iaiti Editorial Student Senate- KDeep It Representative . PRICE FIVE ANN ARBOR, MICHIGAN FRIDAY, NOV. 3, 1939 PRICE FIVE Un p.m. A box will be open from 12 noon u until. p.m. in Hutchins Hall for Lawa students.h Instruotions Listeda The following instructions were is- sued by the directors to all voters: "Put the number 1 in the, square in h front of the name of the candidate who is your FIRST CHOICE for Stu-n Iebt~ Senator. "Put...…

November 04, 1939 (vol. 50, iss. 36) • Page Image 1

… Weather Fair and somewhat warmer. iYlg Sit tigirn :43 ,ailx Editorial Fatalism A ead To War P I VOL. L. No. 36 Z-32 ANN ARBOR, MICHIGAN, SATURDAY, NOV. 4, 1939 PRICE FIVECENTS Student Senate PollNorway Frees 76th Congress Favored Varsity City Of Flint, Kills Embargo Soars To NeSMarkseizes Nazis And Adjourns Harmon At Illino As224Cass Freighter May Have Left CeremoniesToAccompany As4a VsUnder U.S. Seamen; Signing By President; ToToGra...…

November 05, 1939 (vol. 50, iss. 37) • Page Image 1

… Weather Generally fair and warmner. JrY 5k ian ~Iaitr Editorial Students Don't Govern At Michigan. VO:I L. No. 37, Z-323 ANN ARBOR, MICHIGAN, SUNDAY, NOV. 5, 1939 PRICE FIVE Senate Posts Split Between Liberals And Conservatives U.S. Defines NeutralAreas For Shippers American Vessels Banned From Warring Zo ne s By Presidential Decree Roosevelt Restates Nation's Neutrality Crowd Of 30,000 Watches Capitalize On Wolverine Fum...…

November 07, 1939 (vol. 50, iss. 38) • Page Image 1

…Weather Local light showers today; tomorrow mostly cloudy,. J'rY A6p 411-t a t t9 Editorial Is The U.S. Neutral? . . '1 M VOL. L. No. 38 Z-23 ANN ARBOR, MICHIGAN, TUESDAY, NOV. 7, 1939 PRICE FIVE CENTS Parent Group 0pens Annual Session Here; MeetsToday Conference Will Consider Community Problems; Jay Allen Will Lecture Slosson To Speak At Meeting-Today The 10th Annual Parent Education Institute, sponsored by the Universi- ty's Extens...…

November 08, 1939 (vol. 50, iss. 39) • Page Image 1

…=Rh / I , unsettled, may be fair. 'pg 13kp Iait!J Events.] P'rison IR . . . M, ANN ARBOR, MICHIGAN, WEDNESDAY, NOV. 8, 1939 .PRICE F 39 Z-323 w Amendment Plans Ohio Pension Plan Author Is Beaten Swamped In Ohio, Holland Fires On Stra Planes Proceeding No Nazi Troops Remain Qi California Returns Edward Jeffries Leads Mayor Reading In Detroit City Election; Democrat Ahead In Kentucky Governor Race (By The Associated Press) T...…

November 09, 1939 (vol. 50, iss. 40) • Page Image 1

…Weather Generally fair and wanner; possibly showers tomorrow. LI r AAF 4JR. ~aiti Editorial Japan Tries Face-Saving . I VOL. L. No. 40 Z-323 ANN ARBOR, MICHIGAN, THURSDAY, NOV. 8, 1939 PRICE FIVE CENTS U.S. Ship Line Flag Transfer Is Sanctioned By Committee Maritime Commission Prepares Statement For Roosevelt's Approbation Hull Still Objects; Says It Is Unneutral WASHINGTON, Nov. 8.-(P)-In the midst of controversy over the United State...…

November 10, 1939 (vol. 50, iss. 41) • Page Image 1

…Weather, Showers today; generally fair and cooler tomorrow. Y r e 'I ff AAP Ar tr4tgan Ar e t Editorial A Coke Date Or Your iWfe? . . VOL. L. No. 41 Z-323 ANN ARBOR, MICHIGAN, FRIDAY, NOV. 10, 1939 - g PRICE FIVE CENTS 20 Students Criticize High School System At Convention Poor Secondary Education Based On Low Salaries Is Consensus Of Opinion Dr. Ernest J. Chave Discusses Religion, Intellectual immaturity made them1 hopelessly unprepare...…

November 11, 1939 (vol. 50, iss. 42) • Page Image 1

…1 erally gather ir, somewhat rder. Mifrti ~Iatii Editorial iout 's, Outlook do WeirNews ... PRICE FIVE CEN No. Z-323 ANN ARBOR, MICHIGAIN, SATU1DAY, lOV. 11, 1939 ... .:......... late Asks Hitler After Escape From Munich S . Citizens Withdraw om Holland Prop aganda' Is Institute's Closing Topic Noted Reporter Asserts Press Appeases Hitler By fighting Communism Final Registration Total Reaches 1.217 Varsity To Try Coeac Agai...…

November 12, 1939 (vol. 50, iss. 43) • Page Image 1

…5kA tIaitJ Needed.AEG ood Hiam nd iEggs' Plan VOL. . No. 43 Z-323 ANN ARBOR, MICHIGAN, SUNDAY, NOV. 12, 1939 PRICE FIVE B y Minnesota, 20- Soviet Press Attacks Produce New Finnish Crisis Ik i .n N~nuim Oh!Little Brown Jug, Once More Adieu. Gophers Win Sixt] Straight Encounte- Against Wolverine Injuries Are Suffered By Bill Smith, Frut Michigan's Hopes For Penn Game D: As Kromer Injures Leg Again In Bat By MEL FINEBERG The Wolver...…

November 14, 1939 (vol. 50, iss. 44) • Page Image 1

…I Fair aier. ' 5k 43aU 71Ia iij itd R 0.1 oomm . j __, 44 Z-323 ANN ARBOR, MICHIGAN, TUES AY, NOV. 14, 1939 PRICE Envoys e Russia - Failure Alford W. Dubs, Law Student, Killed In Automobile Accident . Conference iki's Delegates Issue statement; Indication Definite Break Seen L Move Believed Be UpTo Soviet OW, Nov. 13.-(AP)-A serious, nish delegation left Moscow e tonight after a breakdown rd attemnpt to come to terms viet Ru...…

November 15, 1939 (vol. 50, iss. 45) • Page Image 1

…Weather Probably fair today, probably fair tomorrow, probably warmer. WI4Bk VOL. L. No. 45 Z-328 ANN ARBOR, MICHIGAN, WEDNESDAY, NOV. 15, 1939 *_ Help Planned For Seamen Made Jobless By 'Neutrality' FDR Refuses Permissionr To Transfer Registries Of ShipsTo Panama Relief And Training ProgramProposed WASHINGTON, Nov. 14.-(P)-The WPA and the Maritime. Commission announced plans today to assist some 13,000 seamen beached by the neu- trali...…

November 16, 1939 (vol. 50, iss. 46) • Page Image 1

…Weather Fali today, continued m tempratire. , Ll ,tr4tgan VOL. L. No. 46 Z-323 ANN ARBOR, MICHIGAN, THURSDAY, NOV. 16, 1939 PRICE FI Noncombatant Countries Call Neutrality Act ag To Trade $75,000,000 Would Purchase University, Statement Reveals Annual Financial Report Shows Marked Increase Over Last Year's Assets; Trust Funds Grow Northern Countries Concern Due To Closed To U.S. Show Area Ships Scandinavian Ports Are Beyond Limits WA...…

November 17, 1939 (vol. 50, iss. 47) • Page Image 1

… Weather Continued fair, not mueh change in tempe ature AW :.. ,: VOL. L. No. 47 Z-323 ANN ARBOR, MICHIGAN, FRIDAY, NOV. 17, 1939 . . __- -I _ r .. . _ .. Nazis Declare Aims In War Now Changed To Offensive Black Friday Tonight Augurs Ill For Frosh And Sophomore Pants 0> OUIS P. LOCHNER Nov. 16.-(AII) eriany, I announcement said to-, liberate Europe from the yoke of British rule of clamation of an offensive n a defensive war aim was...…

November 18, 1939 (vol. 50, iss. 48) • Page Image 1

…LerI :what cooler I Bk igau Z-323 ANN ARBOR, MICHIGAN, SATURDAY, NOV. __ iFiring Shoots. The Freshmen Were There, But' There Weren't Any Sophomores Ints tectorate .s :In Prague ed As Result c Celebration Disorders s' Friends IP)-Nine stu-. sities and aca- y German fir- ngleaders. in a lemonstrations ay in the Nazi ia and Mora- nine was re- n official news filtering into hy details of tal of the for- public. stablished was disorders...…

November 19, 1939 (vol. 50, iss. 49) • Page Image 1

… I temiperaturt, w inds. 2 5 kF 4b Akr xlx Editorial DiekInson Helps U. Of D. student . . . - --- ------ Z-323 ANN ARBOR, MICHIGAN, SUNDAY, NOV. 19, 1939 PRICE olverines utfight uakers, 19 To 1 ' V' t/ in Lner Sinks Hitting Mie; Reported Lost assenger Liner, Simon Bolivar, Uncharted Mine In North Sea; vors Are Taken To British Portx 18.-(A)-The Netherlands passenger liner Simon Boli- h Sea with a possible loss of 140 lives t...…

November 21, 1939 (vol. 50, iss. 50) • Page Image 1

… Weather Partly cloudy; Continued cold today. Jr 5fr i!Aja iaitj Editorial *Invisible Stop Signs Can't Be Seen. x VOL. L. No. 50 Z-323 ANN ARBOR, MICHIGAN, TUESDAY, NOV. 21, 1939 PRICE FIVE U.S. To Insist On Minimnum Interef erenee With Sipn Now That American Boats Are At Home,' We Desire Safety, Official Asserts American Attitude Has BeenChanging By ANDRUE BERDING WASHINGTON, Nov. 20.-MP)-The United States, having barred Ameri- ...…

November 22, 1939 (vol. 50, iss. 51) • Page Image 1

…Weather Rain or snow today; tomorrow fair and warmer. Jr SirF A 4)attx Editorial Can Government Aid The Seamen? . VOL. L. No. 51 Z-323 ANN ARBOR, MICHIGAN, WEDNESDAY, NOV. 22, 1939 PRICE FIVE CENTS GeStapo Seize Alleged Hitler Bomber; Also Arrest Britons Himmler Raps Strasser In Assassination Plot; Suspects British Money English Intelligence Service Is Blamed BERLIN, Nov. 21.-(R)--Heinrich Himmler announced tonight the ar- rest of a man...…

November 23, 1939 (vol. 50, iss. 52) • Page Image 1

…Weather Ciludy and wanner; nrtnerly -ads !'Y r e A t r t n aitj Editorial Successful Opera Without Women?,. ' 1 VOL. L. No. 52 Z-323 ANN ARBOR, MICHIGAN, THURSDAY, NOV. 23, 1939 PRICE FIVE CENTS Gov. Dickinson Hits Demands For Crippled Children's Aid Commission Reprimanded For Rejecting Financial SupportFrom Hospital Ramsey Defends Work Of Agency LANSING, Nov. 22.-(A )-cover- nor Dickinson accused the Michigan Crippled Children's Comm...…

November 25, 1939 (vol. 50, iss. 53) • Page Image 1

…Weather Cloudy today and probably tan oirow C, r AbF 41EIL 4:3attg Editorial Dormitory Panacea? .. VOL. L. No. 53 Z-323 ANN ARBOR, MICHIGAN, SATURDAY, NOV. 25, 1939 PRICE FIVE CENTS British Admit New Cruiser Was Damaged In Nazi Raid 10,000-Ton 'Belfast' Hit; Total Of English Ships Destroyed Reaches 83 Attack On German ExportsExpected LONDON, Nov. 24.-()-Breaking a three-day silence, the Admiralty admitted tonight that "a torpedo or mine...…

November 26, 1939 (vol. 50, iss. 54) • Page Image 1

…Weather pair and continued cold tod ,dMMMMW - -A A6F 41v t jDatt Editorial State teonomy And Social Welfare VOL. L. No. 54 Z-323 ANN ARBOR, MICHIGAN, SUNDAY, NOV. 26, 1939 9 PRICE FIVE CENTS Final Varsity Drive Upsets Ohio, 21-14 German Bombers Launch Attack On English Fleet 80,000 Tense Fans Reich Claims Effective Hits On Warships In North Sea British Admiralty Admits Raids; Refutes Reports By Nazis Of Four Hits Berlin Charges ...…

November 28, 1939 (vol. 50, iss. 55) • Page Image 1

… Weather Fair today and probably warmer tormorrow. :Y 4* 4jitr 4t an :4Iait Editorial The 'War Spirit' And The Road To Peace . VOL. L. No. 55 Z-323 ANN ARBOR, MICHIGAN, TUESDAY, NOV. 28, 1939 PRICE FIVE CENTS Two German Cruisers Sink Armed British Merchantman Heavily-Armed Battleships Elude English Warship; Search Is Strengthened England Institutes Economic Reprisal LONDON, Nov. 27.-(A)-The story of a blazing sea battle in which two Ger...…

November 29, 1939 (vol. 50, iss. 56) • Page Image 1

…Weather Fair and slightly warmer today. Cloudy tomorrow. Lit 43U tRaitgj Editorial Lindy Hits Ceiling Zero . VOL. L. No. 56 Z-323 ANN ARBOR, MICHIGAN, WEDNESDAY, NOV. 29, 1939 PRICE FiVE CENTS Evashevski Named 1940 Grid Captain; Harmon Honored Galens Plan Annual Tag Day Drive To Benefit Handicapped Children v Team Selects 'Hammer' Most Valuable Player; 'All-Opponents' Picked Howarth Is Chosen As Senior Manager By MASE GOULD Forest Ev...…

November 30, 1939 (vol. 50, iss. 57) • Page Image 1

…Weather Mostly cloudy, local rains today and tomorrow. Y 51tF ~ati Editorial Television: An Economic Question Mark VOL. L. No. 57 Z-323 ANN ARBOR, MICHIGAN, THURSDAY, NOV. 30, 1939 PRICE FIVE CENTS 50,000 Chrysler Workers Resume Jobs By Monday Corporation Officials Hope To Recoup Sales Losses After 54-DayShutdown Contract Provides For Wage Increase DETROIT, Nov. 29. -(A')- More than 50,000 Chrysler Corporation employes who haven't ha...…

November 01, 1939 (vol. 50, iss. 33) • Page Image 2

…TIE MICHIGAN-DAILY Gliders Seek- Landing Field As New Base Power Planes Take Place Of Glider Headquarters At Ann' Arbor Airport It is a case of too many planes at the Ann~ Arbor Airport. Because of the large number of stu- dent flyers enrolled this year in the Civil Aeronautics Authority Pilot Training Program, the University Gliding Club, oldest and largest in the country, has been forced to re- linquish its headquarters to the power planes....…

November 02, 1939 (vol. 50, iss. 34) • Page Image 2

…THE MICHIGAN DAILY TI British Prepar - 4 GREAT BRITAIN F RANCE British aerial experts have hin lines of defense in the event of he (1) fast fighting planes would me raiders would encounter a balloi and (3) heavy British fighters objective. Classifed THE MICHIGAN DAILY CLASSIFIED ADVERTISING RATES Effective as of February 14, 1939 12c per reading line (on basis of five average words to line) for one or two insertions. 10c per reading line for ...…

November 03, 1939 (vol. 50, iss. 35) • Page Image 2

…THE MICHIGAN DAILY Conilin Begins Gihb Defense Gib-eesTwoTestify Accounts Given By Rempp And Crittenden Reveal DiscrepancyOf $5,525 Attorney John W. Conlin opened his defense of Emmett M. Gibb, for- mer county clerk charged with em- bezzlement, yesterday by calling up two witnesses to explain his charge Athat instead of a shortage of $5,547 in relief funds, there actually was a discrepancy of $5,525.93 in Gibb's favor. The two men-County Trea...…

November 04, 1939 (vol. 50, iss. 36) • Page Image 2

…TIE MICHIGAN DAILY vNi GL'' """'W DAILY OFFICIAL eEhrmann Says _BULLETIN French territory, Professor Ehrmann SATURDAY, NOV. 4, 1939 said. VOL. L. No. 36 The French government, he ex- plained, realizing that Italy was Notices merely supporting Germany to get President and Mrs. Ruthven will be colonies and not to further Nazi at home to members of the faculty gains in Europe, maintained its posi- and other townspeople on Sunday, tion, despite t...…

November 05, 1939 (vol. 50, iss. 37) • Page Image 2

…THE MICHIGAN DAILY Don't Look Yet,Mrs. Garner i Among the many gavels in Vice-President Garner's collection is a new one of Florida cedar carved with his likeness, cigar and all. In a playful mood, he is shown about to bring it down on the unsuspecting head of Mrs. Garner. He immediately thought better of the idea, however. Emphasis On Student Morality Refcted In Early Regulations By EMILE GELE By 1863 the University had grown Development o...…

November 07, 1939 (vol. 50, iss. 38) • Page Image 2

… Vast Transportation Advances Foreseen By Conference here Six-Lane Super-Highways To Span North Aerica, Says Michigan-Life Unit 9 1 F .#+ i ned the prerequisites to a more ef- New York to San Francisco in eight ective religious program for students hours by air: across the country ont n the Michigan campus at a meeting six-lane, separated super-highways by, f national student secretaries here cars travelling better than 100 miles ast Saturd...…

November 08, 1939 (vol. 50, iss. 39) • Page Image 2

…HIIGAN DAILY. Parent Group Opens Sessions (Coutinued from Page 1).Members of the panel included: which Mrs. Pettingill spoke again. Dr. Fritz Red], Cranbrook School in fter being introduced by. Mrs. James Bloomfield Hills; Dr. Katherine aird, national president of the Par-GAnn Arbor, Kenneth W. it Teachers' Council, she declared Morgan, director of the Student Re- .at the National Congress of Par- ligious Association; and Duncan its and Teach...…

November 09, 1939 (vol. 50, iss. 40) • Page Image 2

…___________ U - -- histories, biographical works, travel literature, and religious and social books. Also present are volumes of poetry as well as an almost complete representation of the country's mag- azines. Books are purchased periodi- cally, a recent addition being a series of books designed to be used in con- junction with the present series of marriage relation lectures. 'the room is used almost exclusively for its purpose of reading a...…

November 10, 1939 (vol. 50, iss. 41) • Page Image 2

…THE MICHIGAN DAILY FRIDAY, NOV. 10, 1939 Price To Give SpecialRecital Armistice Day In observance of Armistice Day a special carillon concert will be pre- sented at 11 a.m. tomorrow by Prof. Frank Percival Price, University Car- illoneur. The program will be given in con- junction with a general North Ameri- can program planned by the North American Guild of Carilloneurs in observance of "Peace Day," and is a protest against war and a prayer...…

November 11, 1939 (vol. 50, iss. 42) • Page Image 2

…Ann Arbor Achieves Reputation J A State'sConferene City By PAUL CHANDLER the large supply of speakers and oth- A University city with enough oth- er talent here which is giving Ann e er attractions to bring several dozen Arbor an increasing flux of visitors conferences and institutes and 30,- each year. The annual 000 people here each year . that Already for next year two . 1rrge the Bureau of describes Ann Arbor, Mich. conventions have announ...…

November 12, 1939 (vol. 50, iss. 43) • Page Image 2

…THE MICHIGAN DAILY ithvens Plan ' Visit Clubs In Southwest,.. 'Bombs Bursting In Air'- German Version DAILY OFFICIAL BULLETIN dent And Wife Leave lay; Accept Invitation Prominent Alumni SUNDAY, NOV. 12, 1939 VOL. L. No. 43 President and Mrs. Ruthven leave today to visit clubs in the seventh alumni district in a trip which will carry them through at least five states. The trip is being made in re- sponse to an invitation issued two yea...…

November 14, 1939 (vol. 50, iss. 44) • Page Image 2

…Students Plan Annual Dinner rof. J. Raleigh Nelson. To Invite 500 Guests; Must Reserve Tickets More than 500 invitations have en issued for the Annual Interna- )nal Dinner to be held at 6p.m., >v. 22, Thanksgiving Eve, in the pion Ballroom, Prof. J. Raleigh Nel- n, Director of the International inter, announced yesterday. All reservations for the affair, hich has been for many years the niversity's official welcome to in- rnational students, m...…

November 15, 1939 (vol. 50, iss. 45) • Page Image 2

…THE MICHIGAN DAILY DAILY OFFICI WEDNESDAY, NOV. 15, 1939 VOL. L. No. 45 Notces. Freshmen, College 'of Literature, Science, and The Arts: Freshmen may not drop courses without E grade after Saturday, November 18. In ad- ministering this rule, students with less than 24 hours of credit are con- sidered freshmen. Exceptions may be made in extraordinary circum- stances, such as severe or long con- tinued illness. E. A. Waiter,. Assistant Dean F...…

November 16, 1939 (vol. 50, iss. 46) • Page Image 2

…THE ,MICHIG AN DAILY THUJRSDAY, NOV. 16, U pool Group College ToPlc iual Principals' Parley pens Today; *Membhers .epresent__Five States. discussion of the problems of r education confronting high 1 graduates will highlight the annual principls" meetinag at p~nm. toda~y in the Grand R~ap- oom of the League. One hun- and forty teachers, principals ,uperintendents represen~ting sec- ry shools in five states are ex- e purpose of the parley, ac...…

November 17, 1939 (vol. 50, iss. 47) • Page Image 2

…A THDE MICHIGAN DAILY National Student Surve y Sktins TomDRewey Is 1940 Faviorfi? 3 1.8 Per Cent Want FDR the headquarters at the University o: TO R n Agin;Third Texas for tabulation. To I~x ~ainTo the question, "If Roosevelt i Term Sentiment IS Up not a cndidate in~ 1940, whom ,oulc you like to see elected president?' (Special To The Daily) these answers were -vn AUTIN, Tex.-Thomas E. Dewey,Ma'39 p Douthful New York district attorney cet"er...…

November 18, 1939 (vol. 50, iss. 48) • Page Image 2

… THE MIC H IGAN DAILY High Accident Rate Is Observed Despite Protected Intersections By RICHARD HARMEL Officer Camp declared. The. police Ann Arbor police authorities are department is willing to oblige, but it confronted with a paradoxical situa- is unable to do so for two reasons: tion in regard to traffic lights, cau- First, the department is not so tion signals and stop signs for the sure that such action would be in city streets, accordin...…

November 19, 1939 (vol. 50, iss. 49) • Page Image 2

…THE MICHIGAN DjAILY 'Finland Today' Will. Be--Shown. Here Tuesday F. R. Line's Color Film Will Be Presented At Mendelssohn Theatre, A photographic interpretation of the land that is the subject of today's oldest and blackest war headlines will be given when Francis Raymond LAne, '28, presents "Finland Today" ruesday at the Lydia Mendelssohn Theatre. Photographed in color a short time before the present war began, the film depicts such phases ...…

November 21, 1939 (vol. 50, iss. 50) • Page Image 2

…THE MIiCHIGAN DAILY ┬░AllaRLions 'a atd uftnLclForum I ndlutry Prescrib4 w s, Is DenedI' 3Dolrothy PaS M eigAnd *Scholars Some romatic womian student has chse____Hls__rmntc - ]Fey Declares choen boaven Hallser unroatic So10sson To Talk Oni War High Aademrj tadn ._____buleinboSdtoanrdnofiiagcm-te pus "gate bureau." To Annr Arbor Group Is A Good Measure, Bi p On the 1i'',IOY~llboard theseddays i oieT ~ EU1~ whch ead: "an antd. ordate Prof. Prest...…

November 22, 1939 (vol. 50, iss. 51) • Page Image 2

…PAGE TWO THE MIHIGAN A TL VMDNgSDAY. M017. P.Z. lgf# ,. TTTF y.ir. VtTI1EtANrbATTY L nA1 1./ A 'r s.:+a.ra a :tN c i way i e HHg .R6IW i7 F Students Appraise ASU Will Feature University College Of Pharmacy School Of Music Photograph Exhibit Hot Jungle Music Is Now Beginnin Its 71st Year To Present Fourth (Continued from Page ) )In Dance TonightR j nb oigtIn Recital series imagination in mnost of the prints By HOWARD A. GOLDMAN manufactu...…

November 23, 1939 (vol. 50, iss. 52) • Page Image 2

…IIII . II Wage Boards Japanese Passe W i l l B e T' I.O P IC . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Dickiuson, Roover Talk- In Ilackham Lecture Hall Professor Edgar Y. Hoover and Z. Clark D.ickinson of the economics-' departmient will discuiss thieir work' " with wage committees set up under t> the Fair Labor Standards Act at a meeting of the Economics* Club at 7:45 p;rm. Wednesday, No-v. 29 in the-,Rackhaam ,Amphitheatre. fProfessor Hoover was appo...…

November 25, 1939 (vol. 50, iss. 53) • Page Image 2

…" THE MICHIGAN DAILY THE MICHI s_..AN_ _ _ _TLY_ : . ,,0 I ;: - -- ATRDY.NO.,. 1939 ,. Majority Of Student Body Hope For Alied Victory, Poll Reveals An overwhelming majority of. Uni- versity students have expressed a desire for an allied victory in the present War, figures just released by James Vicary, '40, director' of the_ Bureau of Student Opinion, indicate. / The question, "What outcome of the War do you prefer?" was re- cently ask...…

November 26, 1939 (vol. 50, iss. 54) • Page Image 2

…THE MICHIC AN . D A TT:Y SU1NDAY, THE MTC..t.,.__,. ,. .AY NV aVVV err- nr a Life History Of President Sink Reveals His Activity In Politics, - NOTES FROM- All American Ballet To Present Modern Dance Program Here Hopwood - -. F Room PRESIDENT C. A. SINK concert artists and organizations in coming to the University. Since his the Festival and Concert Programs, graduation he has received the hon- President Sink also served for four...…

November 28, 1939 (vol. 50, iss. 55) • Page Image 2

…THE M'-ICIGA N DAILY TUESDAY, NOV.28, 1989 Career Talk Cook's Gifts Will Be Given - Provided B By Dr. Bauer w" ...... ~ ~ ~~~~ ~~~~~~..............:t..j:: :" {A1Lt:r ":'}'':{V~t:mt'. }." AMA Director To Speak On 'Cures For Cancer' Before Women's Group4 Dr. William W. Bauer, director ofr the Bureau of Health and Instruc- tion of the American Medical Asso- ciation, will speak at 4:15 p.m. Fri- . day in' the Amphitheatre of the z Rackham- Bu...…

November 29, 1939 (vol. 50, iss. 56) • Page Image 2

…PACE TWO THE MICHIGAN DAILY re __ _ ___. _ U.S. Business Expert Speaks on Commerce Struggle For Dominance Is Named As-Fact o r ResponsibleFor Change The seemingly endless struggle for dominance among manufacturers, wholesalers and retailers has caused several recent changes inthe work- ,ings, of the economy of this nation, Dr. Nathaniel H. .iEngle, assistant di- rector of the Bureau of Foreign and Domestic Commerce, said in an ad-. dress o...…

November 30, 1939 (vol. 50, iss. 57) • Page Image 2

…F PACE TWO THE MICHIGAN D A Tt"v- Tmu-; SDA'17. Nov- - m. 141-4 aT'T TF 1to 11TT\i A 1 V11 C91 j .5 T~tbA'~ 7~1~Y ~ 6Q0 F Army To TestY New Applicants For Air Corps, Cadet Board To Examine Students To Fill Posts In Expanding Service Opportunity for Michigan students to enlist in the rapidly expanding United States Army Air Corps will be offered today when a Flying Cadet Board convenes at the University to examine eligible applicants for...…

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