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February 13, 1937 (vol. 47, iss. 180) • Page Image 1

…3,000 GAY DANCERS JAM HOP BALLROOM SOUVENIR J-HOP EXTRAJ ~tpr 13144an &d143,iJ PHEARST EDITION Vol. XLVIi. Ann Arbor, Michigan, Saturday, February 13, 1937 Price 10 Cents RECORD Hop Parade Is Rainbow. Of Fashion Colorful Gowns Blend Strikingly With Soft Ballroom Setting By MARY WILLIAMS Youth and beauty were plentiful at the ball last night with gorgeous girls vying with gorgeous gowns to attract the attention of the numerous swains with ...…

February 13, 1937 (vol. 47, iss. 180) • Page Image 1

…JHOPPERS DECLARE 'WALKOUT' AT 3 A.M. Red Line P£fr iMgan tIaihj IIA Vol. XLVII. Ann Arbor, Michigan, Saturday, February 13, 1937 Price 10 Cents c/Is The traditional GIrand e5Yarch Concluded " y 44 Cnyih yRb I.Cc e,13 OTHER PICTURES ON PAGE 12 J-lop Parade Of 1937 'Father's' Singer Olsen, Father' Hines Shows Colorful Dress Provide Dance Music By MARY WlLLIAMS The 1937 J-Hon became an event Youth and beauty were plentiful at the ball last...…

February 13, 1937 (vol. 47, iss. 180) • Page Image 2

…Page Two THE MICHIGAN DAILY Saturday, February 13, 1937 Page wo TH MICHGAN AILY aturdy, Feruar 1.93 1117 Gay! NevyPArtfu Y ung! Mee... t T " e s 4 T he Girls! Your Pos (EDITOR'S NOTE: For those bea from afar for this gala occasion and with the customary "bread-and-butter week because they are making prepa institution, the J-Hop Extra Staff of T this little helper.) (Check one orx Dear ( ) Dearer ( ) Dearest () My Dear B.M.O.C. ( ) Dear (...…

February 13, 1937 (vol. 47, iss. 180) • Page Image 2

…Page Two THE MICHIGAN DAILY Saturday, February 13, 1937 Page Two THE MICHIGAN DAILY Saturday, February 1 3, 1 937 (::T-I hy Youngsters Go To J-Hops Olsen In Only One Easy Quotation A EDITOR'S NOTE: Mr. Fuller is, na- turally, not to be held responsible for the following interview, which is in line with our policy of sensationalizing the news through false quotations. By NED HORNER STEAL Why is the J-Hop? Commenting on this question from ...…

February 13, 1937 (vol. 47, iss. 180) • Page Image 3

…Saturday, February 13, 1937 THE MICHIGAN DAILY Page Three Saturda, Febrary 13-1937 HE-MICIGAN-DILY-Pae-Thre GoV. And Prexy Grand March Leader Topping Jig's Patron List Governor Murphy, his sister, Mrs. William B. Teahan, and Mr. Teahan headed the list of more than 200 who served as patrons and patronesses for the 1937 J-Hop. President and Mrs. Ruthven follow on the list, which includes members of the Board of Regents, faculty and parents o...…

February 13, 1937 (vol. 47, iss. 180) • Page Image 3

…Saturday, February 13, 1937 T HE M IC H IG AN D A ILY Page Three Saturday, February 1 3, 1937 THE MICHIGAN DAILY Page Three Gov. And Prexy Grand March Lead Topping Jigs Patron List Governor Murphy, his sister, Mrs. William B. Teahan, and Mr. Teahan headed the list of more than 200 who served as patrons and patronesses for the 1937 J-Hop. President and Mrs. Ruthven follow on the list, which includes members of the Board of Regents, faculty...…

February 13, 1937 (vol. 47, iss. 180) • Page Image 4

…Fcage Four THE MICHIGAN DAILY Saturday, February 13, 1937 . ..Fur HEMICIGNDIL.SaurayFeruay.3, 93 NEW SPRING LINE ON DISPLAY Pay no more to have your clothes tailored. Summer formal-wear already in. ESQUIRE has an excellent general line of men's wear, and something especially NEW in BELTS. OPEN EVERY NIGHT TILL 8:00 ESQU I RE'S MEN'S WEAR & TAILORING 1319 South University Reminder _ VALENTINE'S DAY The finest compliment you can pay "her" i...…

February 13, 1937 (vol. 47, iss. 180) • Page Image 4

…Page Four THE MICHIGAN DAILY Saturday, February 13, 1937 P. eFurT E MIHGN.ALyStray.erur.3,13 NEW SPRING LINE ON DISPLAY Pay no more to have your clothes tailored. Summer formal-wear already in. ESQUIRE has an excellent general line of men's wear, and something especially NEW in BELTS. OPEN EVERY NIGHT TILL 8 :00 ESQU IRE'S MEN'S WEAR & TAILORING 1319 South University Reminder for VALENTINE'S DAY The finest compliment you can pay "her" is ...…

February 13, 1937 (vol. 47, iss. 180) • Page Image 5

…Saturday, February 13, 1937 THE MICHIGAN DAILY Pooe Five uy Tichenor; Mary Janet Sullivan, Stur- Frat rn Ities nd Their G uests gis; Evelyn Cavera and Alice Carlson, Grand Rapids; Martha Sarris, Stur- ~"'* gis; Margaret Cowap, Birmingham; nter ray penIng Jean Gibbs, Oak Park, Ill.; Jeannette ~_Parry, Floral Park, N.Y.; Joanne Klauser and Patricia Smith, Toledo, (Continued from Page 4) ken, Detroit; Mary Virginia Hawkins, O.; Mary Lou Hubb...…

February 13, 1937 (vol. 47, iss. 180) • Page Image 5

…Saturday, February 13, 1937 THE MICHIGAN DAILY Page Five Saturay, ebrury 13, 137 TH MICIGAN DAIL Paa Fiv Fraternities And Their Guests Enter Fray AtOpening Whistle (Continued from Page 4) ken, Detroit; Mary Virginia Hawkins, Jean Brown, Margaret Whittemore, Ann Sylvester, '40; Claire Ford, '40; and Ruth Hoy, Ann Arbor; Evelyn and Virginia Callow, '37. Hodge, South Haven; Ida Maud, Alpha Omega Howell; Aralie Antwright, Grosse Beatrice Neme...…

February 13, 1937 (vol. 47, iss. 180) • Page Image 6

…Page Six T HE M IC H IG AN D A ILY Saturday, February 13, 1937 Page Six THE MICHIGAN DAILY Saturday, February 13, 1937 The Staff of The J-Hop Extra Managing Editor ........... ELSIE A. PIERCE Associate Editor ....... FRED WARNER NEAL Associate Editor .MARSHALL D. SHULMAN J-Hop Issue Editor JOSEPH S. MATTES ASSISTANTS: Betty Bingham, James A. Boozer, Robert A. Cummins, Arnold S. Daniels, Helen Douglas, Horace Gilmore, Stuart Low and Robe...…

February 13, 1937 (vol. 47, iss. 180) • Page Image 6

…Page Six THE MICHIGAN DAILY Saturday, February 13, 1937 Page Six THE MICHIGAN DAILY Saturday, February 13, 1937 The Staff of The J-Hop Extra Managing Editor ........... ELSIE A. PIERCE Associate Editor ....... FRED WARNER NEAL Associate Editor ... MARSHALL D. SHULMAN J-Hop Issue Editor ....... JOSEPH S. MATTES ASSISTANTS: Betty Bingham, James A. Boozer, Robert A. Cummins, Arnold S. Daniels, Helen Douglas, Horace Gilmore, Stuart Low and Rob...…

February 13, 1937 (vol. 47, iss. 180) • Page Image 7

…NATIONAL COLLEGE NEWS IN PICTURE AND PARAGRAPH v 1 r ti i 1 1 Issue if 7 1 i 1 Volumev V v VAVWl Th hey're not "uniform"' dancers, though Party The University of Cincinnati RD.T.C. cadets traditionally honor their honorary lieutenant cot- onel at their annual military ball, held this year at a downtown hotel. Here's a section of the crowd that attended this im. portant social function. Ihscovery: A person can be identified by his brain wa...…

February 13, 1937 (vol. 47, iss. 180) • Page Image 7

…NATIONAL COLLEGE NEWS IN PICTURE AND PARAGRAPH Vlume V Issue t; I I Caught "Caging" Earl Ruth, captain of the North Carolina State Col- lege basketball team, was caught by the cameraman as he "lifted" the ball into the cage during a recent practice session. In a North-South hard- wood clash, his team was defeated by New York University basket- eers, 37-t& 30, before 3,ooo in Mad- son Square Garden. T hey're not "uniform+ dncers, though Th...…

February 13, 1937 (vol. 47, iss. 180) • Page Image 8

…Hle has a .$50,ooo home for his experiments Germless Animals that never have a germ in their bodies are being produced in the University of Notre Dame laboratories of Biologist J. A. Reyniers. His experimental animals are born, live and die in boiler-like homes (shown abae) that protect them from bacteria contamination. VWOW---,-Science Savice Landis Appointed Harvard Law Dean HEN Edwin C. Hill was born in Aurora, Ind., 52 years ago, for some...…

February 13, 1937 (vol. 47, iss. 180) • Page Image 8

…i Callow's University of Pennsylvania crew be- n the gruelling grind or positions on the varsity boat that will represent Penn in inter- i-~ ~ + - He has a $500,ooo home for his experiments G 1rml Animals that never have a germ in their Gress bodies are being produced in the University of Notre Dame laboratories of Biologist J. A. Reyniers. His experimental animals are born, live and die in boiler-like homes (shoi above) that protect them fr...…

February 13, 1937 (vol. 47, iss. 180) • Page Image 9

…Thumbers Chief means of trans portation of the Texas College of Arts and Industries is hitchhiking, as the photo at the left proves. Most students ride to and from the campus "on their thumbs." Sky Dial ProfE.A. Beito of the University of Wichita demonstrates to Mary Brincefield his recently patented chrono-astrolabe, a combination device for telling time and finding constellations. - 3 CLYDE FREEMAN: Steel-Nerved Auto Test Driver. "You bet I...…

February 13, 1937 (vol. 47, iss. 180) • Page Image 9

…ThumberssChief means of trans- portation of the Texas College of Arts and Industries is hitchhiking, as the photo at the left proves. Most students ride to and from the campus "on their thumbs." Sky Dial Prof. E. A. Beito of the University of Wichita demonstrates to Mary Brincefield his recently patented chrono-astrolabe, a combination device for telling time and findins constellations.- CLYDE FREEMAN: Steel-Nerved Auto Test Driver. "You bet ...…

February 13, 1937 (vol. 47, iss. 180) • Page Image 10

…U He swaps words for a college education Pubhc - - Bennett Marshall, 5-year-old junior and head of the How- LII11C~iUY ard College sports publicity department, is the so far un- contested winner of the title, "Youngest College Publicity Writer." He has earned his way the past three years writing about the athletic events on the campus of his alma mater. He is a major in history. Said he: "Art is for everyone" Rock~well Kent (center)}, Autogr...…

February 13, 1937 (vol. 47, iss. 180) • Page Image 10

…He swaps words for a college education Publicity Bennett Marshall, 15-year-old junior and head of the How- ard College sports publicity department, is the so far un- contested winner of the title, "Youngest College Publicity Writer." He has earned his way the past three years writing about the athletic events on the campus of his alma mater. He is a major in history. oaua nhe: nnrt is jor everyone AutographS Rockwell Kent (center), A t ap fam...…

February 13, 1937 (vol. 47, iss. 180) • Page Image 11

…Lightest portable M irror So that they may study the stars wher- ever atmospheric con- ditions are most favor- able, Cornell Univer- sity scientists have just finished building the lightest telescope of its size in the world. W. T. Thomas is shown above examining the mirror. Shell Game Tom Bolles (left) new Harvard crew coach from the Uni- versity of Washing- ton,visits the Charles River boathouse to watch Bruce Flett remodel a 22-year-old she...…

February 13, 1937 (vol. 47, iss. 180) • Page Image 11

…Lightest portable * So that Mirror they may study the stars wher- ever atmospheric con- ditions are most favor- able, Cornell Univer- sity scientists have just finished building the lightest telescope of its size in the world. W. T. Thomas is shown above examining the mirror. Shell Game Tom Bolles (left) new Harvard crew coach from the Uni- versity of Washing- ton, visits the Charles River boathouse to watch Bruce Flett remodel a 22-year-old s...…

February 13, 1937 (vol. 47, iss. 180) • Page Image 12

…make his students' study of politics and politicians more realistic and fruitful, Prof. J. T. Salter, University of Wisconsin political scientist, has many of the Badger state's outstanding politicos address his classes each year. When "Uncle Sol" Levitan, 74, six-time and present state treasurer of Wis- consin, gave the class his views on pE matters political, Prof. Salter caught C both lecturer and students in vari- ous moods with the candid...…

February 13, 1937 (vol. 47, iss. 180) • Page Image 12

… make his students' study of politics and politicians more realistic and fruitful, Prof. J. T. Salter, University of Wisconsin political scientist, has many of the Badger state's outstanding politicos address his classes each year. When "Uncle Sol" Levitan, 74, six-time and present state treasurer of Wis- consin, gave the class his views on pee-s matters political, Prof. Salter caught C CE both lecturer and students in vari- ous moods with the...…

February 13, 1937 (vol. 47, iss. 180) • Page Image 13

…Seed Here is shown a bit of fast ~I" pay at the gal as theMcGill University team (held on shirts) con- quered the University of Montreal six in a fiercely waged contest. fcsmh to f +ylil y .'. _Shte provides Zasu Pitts' Screen hands Handy Mah; WstrnReserve Un - Jane Howard, is shown above as she appeared in the student production of One Sunday Afternoon. Miss , f rMarsh has played parts in nine Hollywood pictures and fo three years she doubled...…

February 13, 1937 (vol. 47, iss. 180) • Page Image 13

…She provides Zasu Pitts' screen hands , _ Hand Jane Marsh, Western Reserve Ui 4 Jane Howard, is shown above as she appeared in the student production of One Sunda Afiternom. Miss , Marsh has played parts in nine Hollywood pictures, r , ' n xand or three years she doubled for Zasu Pitts' hands because hers photographed better. INTEREa MNG PIPE, IT HAS - WISH I COULD "M-AT~S E1 +S . L3 JUDGE. LOOKS RECKIcorIT GET MYt PIPE JUSr CAN"'T HELP 0AS 'T...…

February 13, 1937 (vol. 47, iss. 180) • Page Image 14

…Magnetic pull 150,000 times greater than earth's Giant This world's most powerful magnet de veloped by Dr. Francis Bitter of Massa' chusetts Institute of Technology will be used to study the effects of intense magnetic fields on matter - Relax open air dancing on the plaza of Kings' bury Hall is the form of relaxation pro- vided for University of Utah students whenever the weather permits. olc a dthe skiad th , ppo yers of both tea had a fe...…

February 13, 1937 (vol. 47, iss. 180) • Page Image 14

…Magnetic pull 150,000 times greater than earth's Giant This world's most powerfulimagnet de- G a tveloped by Dr. Francis Bitter of Massa- chusetts Institute of Technology will be used to study the effects of intense magnetic fields on matte Relax Open air dancing on the plaza of Kings- bury Hall is the form of relaxation pro- vided for University of Utah students whenever the weather permits. Ti-Mrmepoic halted the sksri th fewmisnutes ippod...…

February 13, 1937 (vol. 47, iss. 180) • Page Image 15

…Saturday, February 13, 1937 THE MICHIGAN DAILY Page Seven Saturday, February 13, 1937 THE MICHIGAN DAILY Page Seven Creek; Betty Stadelman, Monroe; He re'sHowTheJ-HopCrowds MarionHuges, Benton Harbor; Ro- sali Ames, Flat Rock; Betty Burns, n r X k ue East Lansing; Virginia Arthur, Pitts- En tored Week -End Festivites burgh, Pa., and Jean Clemens; Peggy Gould, Hornell, N.Y.; Elizabeth Ward, ________________-Elkhart, Iad.; Edith Bubbard, '37...…

February 13, 1937 (vol. 47, iss. 180) • Page Image 15

…Saturday, February 13, 1937 THE MICHIGAN DAILY Page Seven Here's How The J-Hop Crowds Entered Week -End Festivities l (Continued from Page 5) Delta Tau Delta Kathryn Flynn, Betty Shaw, and beth Harrington, '39; Betty Ridell, May Carey, Detroit; Jean Waterston,1 '39; Louise Ebert, '39; Betty Reed, Grosse Pointe; Amy Harrell, Birm- '39. ingham; Jean Holland, Calumet;r Chi Psi Lois Land, Royal Oak; Mariannep Betty Groty, Marion Brown, Mary Hur...…

February 13, 1937 (vol. 47, iss. 180) • Page Image 16

…Page Eight THE MICHIGAN DAILY Saturday, February 13, 1937 Page Eight THE MICHIGAN DAILY Saturday, February 13, 1937 DELICIOUS FOODS Served in the Finest Style and in a Delightful Atmosphere. Starbuck's College inn 319 South Main 2-2214 Z0)hen the 7-'~Io is just a memory Her Portrait will keep it for you Always! Photographers 332 South State Street Phone 5031 From Coast To Coast Dancers FlockTo J-Hop (Continued from Page 7) more, N.Y.; ...…

February 13, 1937 (vol. 47, iss. 180) • Page Image 16

…Page Eight T HE MIlC H IG AN D A ILY Saturday, February 13 197 PgEihTE MC I N DIYuavFbrr 1. 1 DELICIOUS FOODS Served in the Finest Style and in a Delightful Atmosphere. Starbuck's College Inn 319 South Main 2-2214 Wlihen the -Cp is just a memory Her Portrait will keep it for you Always! 'Photographers 332 South State Street Phone 5031 From Coast To Coast Dancers FlockTo J--op (Continued from Page 7) more, N.Y.; Betty Peabody, Birming- h...…

February 13, 1937 (vol. 47, iss. 180) • Page Image 17

…Saturday, February 13, 1937 T HE M IC H IG AN D A ILY Page Nine Saturday, February 1 3, 1937 THE MICHIGAN DAILY Paae Nine i~ " get. Then Jonathan 1 True Life Story Of One Girl's ro Jnh "My dear ....oh my F F o L -g gone through so much I-gnt For Love J- Hop Night much," he murmured, a kiss upon her brow body tingle. SYNOPSIS was suddenly jerked from her reverie "Can you forgive me. MAYBELLINE ROSLYN, de- by Joe's greedy, selfish refusal o...…

February 13, 1937 (vol. 47, iss. 180) • Page Image 17

…Saturday, February 13, 1937 THE MI CH I GAN DAILY Page Nine " "HEAD LINE FINAL The J-Hop Extra Red Line Final will be delivered by 8 a.m. today. CeagB eThe COLONIAL INN - J303 N. Division - 8876 get. Then Jonathan burst into her The Chrysler Male Choir will ap- LUNCHEONS - 11:30 1:30 True Life Story O f O ne G irl's room. pear at 3 p.m. Sunday in Hill Audi- DINNERS . - - - - 5:30- 7:30 T "My dear... oh my dear ... you've torium. Proceeds of th...…

February 13, 1937 (vol. 47, iss. 180) • Page Image 18

…Page Ten THE MICHIGAN DAILY Saturday, February 13, 1937. Page Ten THE MICHIGAN DAILY Saturday, February 13, 1937 - _ - - - - D SAL IDial .ES SERVICE Hey Look, (Continued from Page 8) Phi Delta Upsilon DICK RADIOLevensan 3; andKRut Eva Shniderman, '37;1 Levenson, '37; and Ruth Ja '40. Phi Epsilon Pi 7991 327 South Main Lois Appleby, Detroit; Betty Detroit; Fayette Hurwitt, A ai v - - - - _ _ ._ 1 v v v v v v v v v I GOSSARD MISSIMPLI...…

February 13, 1937 (vol. 47, iss. 180) • Page Image 18

…Page Ten THE MICHIGAN DAILY Saturday, February 13, 1937 SALES SERVICE Hey Look, Gals--See Your Name In Print (Continued from Page 8) '40; Esther Baker, '40; Jane Jewett, Sigma Alpha Epsilon D CK RAOD'40. Dorothy Thompson, Mary Mac- Phi Delta Upsilon Phi Kappa Psi Donald, and Jeanne Spoerl, Detroit; Eva Shniderman, '37; Arabelle Shuan Welch and Yvonne Gay, Bette Meyer, Niagara Falls, N.Y.; Levenson, '37; and Ruth Jacobson, Birmingham; Ruth C...…

February 13, 1937 (vol. 47, iss. 180) • Page Image 19

…Saturday, February 13, 1937 THE MICHIGAN DAILY Page Eleven -ines Olsen GiveTechnique __sPRING tPROVEN 'WHITE ELEPHANTS' T eirsNot oReasonWhyNew York City recently bought snowplows to clean the streets of the city this winter, and the plows have Feirs ut T o D O r Die been idle because of the exceptinal- ly mild weather. Ilot? F ath er (Continued-fromPage High Willoughby37; Mary Andrew, 3 AndDtot aoie leHg-'8 ay ry 3;Pylsrwgg3;ie" SKate Land...…

February 13, 1937 (vol. 47, iss. 180) • Page Image 19

…Saturday, February 13, 1937 THE MICHIGAN DAILY Page Eleven Saturday, February 13, 1937 THE MICHIGAN DAILY Page Eleven Iines, Olsen Give Technique Wew SPRING SHADES Wa n ta Get Iot? Father ShowsIlow By ARNOLD S. DANIELS It is the custom of interviewers al- ways to ask their victims the most obvious questions first, and so, when we had cornered jovial Earl Hines, we started things rolling by asking how he got into the habit of bellow- ing ...…

February 13, 1937 (vol. 47, iss. 180) • Page Image 20

…Page Twelve THE MICHIGAN DAILY Saturday, February 13, 1937 Paqe Twelve THE MICHIGAN DAILY Saturday, February 1 3, 1937 Toledo In 96--Some -op correct 1896 vernacular?) trotted all Grand March Shows And In 1913 Fire E xtinguishers the dreadful distance to Toledo, there Rainbow Of Fashion to have the jolliest sart of a time. R ibwO aho It seems that until 1896 the nine PIuS Indian C lubs Q uieted M ob older campus fraternites ran the (conti...…

February 13, 1937 (vol. 47, iss. 180) • Page Image 20

…Page Twelve THE MICHIGAN DAILY Saturday, February 13, 1937 Qlimpses Of Color ful jIHop Crowd Copyriqht by Robert L. Gach Co., 1537 7I P aaJ30Wassan, floor chairman. Josephine Why G o To J-Horp?' strange picture of a student, spend- J- - o a a e O 9 7 looked tao sweet in her rose coloredig$5tos nthdakihagr, umflowered crepe with its black net red- Ful le r Repl ies Yes igh ea it in pthpe darkitagrl, e nhe could sit in the dark with her for S...…

February 16, 1937 (vol. 47, iss. 95) • Page Image 1

…The Weather lit snoiw p:l-lble tomorrow; colder er tomorrow. ,icl A6F 4bp .Ut 4 t ga it XLVII No. 95 ANN ARBOR, MICHIGAN, TUESDAY, FEB. 16, 1937 ____________________ I I I i - VT. Will Try Make Final tlement Of Martial Law In Anderson, id., Prevented Vigilante Violence' Strike Issues Six Of Union's Demands Remain To Be Answered In Conference Hoffman Challenge AcceptedBy CI.O. DETROIT, Feb. 15.-U/P-General Motors Corp., many of its...…

February 16, 1937 (vol. 47, iss. 95) • Page Image 2

…THE MICHIGAN DAILY TUESDAY, I Martial Law In Anderson, Ind., Prevented Jigilante Violence' Guide Lamp Workers Say Vigilantes Threatened Victor Reuther's Life (Continued from Page 1) dustrial Security which union men characterized as "another Flint Alli- ance. '' Re eves Resigns Political Science Chairmanship Will Continue To Teach, However; Haydn Made Head Of Department International Law Association. Professor Reeves is author of the foll...…

February 16, 1937 (vol. 47, iss. 95) • Page Image 3

…1937_THE MICHIGAN DAfLY_ PAGE TIIREF .._. ICHIGAN DAILY I Member 1937 pssockied Colleeice Press Distributors of CoIe6iae Di6est Published every morning except Monday during the University year and Summer Session by the Boad in Control of Student Publications. Member of the Associated Press The Associated Press is exclusively entitled to the use fo republication of all news dispatches credited to it or not otherwise credited in this newspa...…

February 16, 1937 (vol. 47, iss. 95) • Page Image 4

…THE MICHIGAN DAILY TUESDlAY, Annual Installation Banquet W ill Be March 22 In League B allroom Scholarships To Be Awarded Presentation of the three Ethel Mc- Cormick Scholarship Awards will be made by Maryanna Chockley, '37, head of Judiciary Council. Rita Well- man, '37, head of the merit system committee, will award an activity cup to the house or zone having attained the highest number of merit points of the year. Lois King, '37, League...…

February 16, 1937 (vol. 47, iss. 95) • Page Image 5

…TAE MI IGA-N DAILY YALE FIVE ?s Brown's Orchestra To Play For Caduceus Ball Friday At ( inion ty he ng Lew eld Ic- si- iill ild iill gs, en ek, ir- dy Id rs Undergraduate Awards Open Until Saturday Applications for the Ethel Mc- Cormick Scholarships may now be filed in the Undergraduate Office of the League. Blanks for the applica- tions are available in the office and will be accepted through Saturday. according to Charlotte Rueger, '37,...…

February 16, 1937 (vol. 47, iss. 95) • Page Image 6

…THE 41 iC1iGAN DAILY TUE J SI), AY , . . irst Semtester's NewsEvents In Rveview 'iles Of Daily Furnish Data For Calendar orld Affairs, ActivitiesI On Campus Contribute To Chronology Following is a tabulation of the significant news events that occurred during the first semester as found in the pages of The Daily: Sept. 22-Orientation Week opened for more than 1,600 freshmen. Sept. 29--Classes began as first se- mester started. Oct. 1-C...…

February 16, 1937 (vol. 47, iss. 95) • Page Image 7

…TIE MTCHIGAN DAILY Tolverine Quintet Smothers Visiting Indiana Team, 55-31 (.9 _______________ Jake Townsend Leads Scoring with 19 Points 8,100 Fans See Varsity Hit Top Form To Gain Fourth Place (Continued from Page 1) Wolverines' bag of tricks. He opened the set-up plays for Townsend's pass- ing by the use of a blocking offense as the guards broke through the free throw lane. Although he has tried to get his boys to do this for weeks t...…

February 16, 1937 (vol. 47, iss. 95) • Page Image 8

…THE MIChIGAN DAILY 'I* gel, Bowler Victorious Siegel Scores Three Of Four Wins By K.O.s Leonard Spector Is Given Ann Arbor News Annual Novice Award By I VIN LISAGOR While most Michigan students were deep in the throes of final exam. craming, and finding little time for anything else, Don Siegel, '39 Lit., and Mike Bowler, '38 Bus. Ad., who re- cenijy withdrew from school, were busily engaged in winning the state. Golden Gloves championships...…

February 16, 1937 (vol. 47, iss. 95) • Page Image 9

…THE MICHIGAN DAILY _.I Swimmers Return From East EN5 with Smiles-And Two Victories Walt Tomski in the short dash and by Ed Kirar in the century. Tomski lost the race only by the scantest of margins when Fick brushed the end waill a fraction of an inch ahead. Kirar, Tomski Trouble Fick The New Yorkers had expected little competition in the dashes with the veteran Fick in the lanes for them, but the "unknowns from the Mid-west" as Kirar and ...…

February 16, 1937 (vol. 47, iss. 95) • Page Image 10

…THE MICHIGAN DAILY TUESDAY, System Needs Basic Chanuge, Thomas Holds Favors Industrial Unions And Socialist Program As Cure For Unrest The causes of present day social unrest liein the growing awareness that poverty and insecurity are en- tirely unnecessary, Norman Thomas' Presidential nominee of the Socialist Party in the 1936 campaign, told 450 persons Saturday in the Masonic Temple here. Thomas maintained that the cure for this unrest ca...…

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