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March 12, 1939 (vol. 49, iss. 116) • Page Image 1

…I ,Weather ifantoday, not much (Vhang in temperature. Yl 7 S ir 4o Iait Editorial The New Dictator Bill'e VOL. XLIX. No. 116 Z-323 ANN ARBOR, MICHIGAN SUNDAY, MARCH 12, 1939 PRICE FIVE ____________________________________ I Czecho -lSovak Crisis Results In Overthrow Of Old Cabinet Fear Of Foreign Coercion Leads To Entirely New Regime _Under Sidor Government Faces First Test Tuesday PRAGUE, March 11.-(AP)-An en- tirely new Slova...…

March 12, 1939 (vol. 49, iss. 116) • Page Image 2

…THE MICHIGAN DAILY SUNDAY, MARCH 12,.1939 Local Churches Offer Varied Servi es Today Sermons To Cover Lenten Semblance Of Penance, Spain AndMarriage (Continued from Page 1) to discuss the responsibility of the church in social movements a 6:15 p.m. today at the Guild meeting. The Rev. Mason Wells, professor of phi- losophy attHillsdale College, will preach at the First Baptist church on, "The Christian-Jewish Tragedy." The Rev. Fr. Bolgar, ...…

March 12, 1939 (vol. 49, iss. 116) • Page Image 3

…SUNDAY, MARCH 12, 1939 THE MICHIGAN DAILY PAGE Mann .Demands Militant Stand Of Democracy Author Declares America Must Proclaim Herself To Stop Totalitarianism (Continued from Page 1) German Naziism was characterized by Dr. Mann as the "most radical, unrestrained and destructive assault against humanity the world has ever seen." The misdeeds of the Nation- al Socialist revolution, Dr. Mann maintained, lack any possible human sanction. "To d...…

March 12, 1939 (vol. 49, iss. 116) • Page Image 4

…THE MICHIGAN :AILY SUN [CHIGAN DAILY The Editor Gets Told " t JU nd managed by students of the 1University of fnder the authority of the Board in Control of blications.' I every morning except Monday during the year and Sumrs "r Session. fember of the Associated Press ociated Press is exclusively entitled to the ublication of all news dispatches credited to otherwise credited in this newspaper. All epublication of all other matters here...…

March 12, 1939 (vol. 49, iss. 116) • Page Image 5

…THE MTCIlGAN D XIY First Women's Intramural Debate (. Initial Speeches To Take Place In Angell Hall Subject For Simultaneous Debates Is Subsidized Intercollegiate Athletics First debates of the women's in- tramural series will be held at 5 p.m. Wednesday in Angell Hall, Betty Bricker, '40, and Anne Tawley, '40, co-chairmen, announced yestrday. The five debates will be given si- multaneously in different rooms in the building. All teams will...…

March 12, 1939 (vol. 49, iss. 116) • Page Image 6

…THE MICHIGAN DAILY SUNDAY, MARCH 12, 1939 Natators Regain Conference Crown With 73 Points 4, Tankers Set Michi gan New Big Ten Scoring Mark Yankees Start In Where Ohio Takes Second Place They Left Off Last Year Withake9 Seoind;Place ST. PETERSBURG, Fla., March 11. Wonts; Relay --(P)-With Rookie Warren Rosar Team Cracks Record hitting a home run,btheNew York ________Yankee siege guns blasted the St. (Continued from Page 1) Louis Card...…

March 12, 1939 (vol. 49, iss. 116) • Page Image 7

…MARCH 12, 1939 THE MICHIGAN DAILY Wolverine Track Team Captuses Sixth Straight Indoo r Title Cinder Squad Retams Crown By Big Margin Michigan Scores In Nine Of Ten Events To Gaiii Overwhelming Victory (Continued from Page 1) while three others were dethroned. Walter Mehl lost his two mile crown, John Davenport his sprint title, and Carl Teufel of Iowa the 440 cham- pionship. Gedeon, extended at the finish by the determined bids of Purdue's...…

March 12, 1939 (vol. 49, iss. 116) • Page Image 8

…THE MICHIGAN DAILY A . _ h [lour Ti 11Feature Dceavl Griffi air To Be Held In Small allroom Of The Union hursday,_4:30 P.M. an Clare E. Griffin of the School Television Now Ready For Use In The ome,Prof. Holland Says Latest Type Of To Be Shown At Opening Receivers April 30 Of Fair. Television is now ready to step fiom the laboratory into the home, Prof. Lewis N. Holland of the electri- cal engineering department stated re- isiness Ad...…

March 12, 1939 (vol. 49, iss. 116) • Page Image 9

…MUSIC SUPPLEMENT LL G Bk igau i3att, SECTION TWO ANN ARBOR, MICHIGAN, SUNDAY, MARCH 12, 1939 Seven Of 13 Solo Artists T1 ho Will Appear Here For May Festival, May 10, ' + t y % ' : '.i 2 :.,.. :... v"il .: .:.: ..: ... .. v :. .....; v. I ; . f} Y 1 f C"^.ti .:., ::.'". " .'.2" ., .:ry ': .: ,i" r v ,v. 4.v:... ':: .. {.."c...: .: h;... .. ..:. :. .: .....:: ,;::" :. .:r .,...: ..:. ,...:, .U,. .. :.:v C┬žiiin ::;,3 }..>:;.:.J:v. .. I " h}...…

March 12, 1939 (vol. 49, iss. 116) • Page Image 10

…THE MICHIGAN DAILY SU)NI~iY, AAVWH i2,?1939 Georges Enesco, Famed Violinist, Is Composer Of A Grand Opera Pinza's Boyhood Ambition Was To Be Professional Bicycle Riler v,_ Most boys want to become firemen or aviators but Ezio Pinza, famous Italian basso, wanted to be a profes- sional bicycle rider. Singing in opera was the last thing that entered his head. Pinza might have made his New York debut in Madison Square Gar- den during a six-d...…

March 12, 1939 (vol. 49, iss. 116) • Page Image 11

…Rudolf Serkin Made His American Debut Under Toscanini' s Bato Russian-Czeeh Pianist Tours U.S. 6th Year Played In Europe Several Seasons In Company Of Violinist Adolph Busch Rudolf Serkin was born in Bo- hemia, now Czech.o-Slovakia, of Rus- sian parents. His father as a young man abandoned a career as a singer and became a merchant in order to support his large family. Rudolf was the fifth of a brood of musically tal- ented children. At four...…

March 12, 1939 (vol. 49, iss. 116) • Page Image 12

…THE MICHIGAN DAILY hiladelphia Orchestra, Founded In 1900, Entering 40th Season C. _______________________________________ N 4 Conductors Have Headed Organization The Philadelphia Orchestra this year enters its 40th season as a mu-f sical organization. Founded in 19001 "to encourage the performance of first class orchestral music in the city of Philadelphia," it has grown from its original modest proportions to a concert instrument of ...…

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