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Chicago Daily Illini (Newspaper) - March 31, 1940, Chicago, IllinoisSkin a a so i re 9��otten Many a cortege Cupp big. A v the of Onvy nth of of Nile / Art Tufe a a 9th year weather forecast Illinois Hor and to it few a Hev a Max. 70 attn a Quot a Man a a is l. A i a six pages Urbana Champaign sunday March 3�, 1940 eve gents number 173 Horner Stelle contest control of state gop amps Trade new fire governor Lieut. Gov. It both indicate intent to Call session of legislature Chicago March 30. A a a a tug of War Over the performance of the duties of the Illinois governor loomed tonight when both gov. Henry Horner and Lieut. Gov. John Stelle lately at Odds indicated they intended to Call a special session of the general Assembly. Stelle took the first step when he hinted in letters to democratic and Republican floor leaders in the Senate and House today that he might invoke the disability clause of the state Constitution take Over the governors office and Issue a Call for a special session to. Convene immediately after the april 9 primary election. Several hours later gov. Homer said in Springfield that he expected to Call a special session about april 16. He termed stellers move a a characteristically tawdry political trick in a futile attempt to get into the governors office through the Back Horner issues statement Stelle a candidate for thre demo Richard y. Rowe of Jacksonville cratic gubernatorial nomination could invoke the disability clause and summon the session if gov. Horner ill Many months was proved unable to perform his official duties. A Stelle claimed astr governor had been in his state Capitol office Only three times since october 1938. The governor who issued a statement a at the executive mansion through an aide arid did not meet reporters made no mention of his physical condition but said Stelle a a seeks to make my health a Campaign Issue.�?�. It names possible subjects the lieutenant governors letters to the Assembly leaders asked them if they would respond to a special session Cau to consider a matters of vital importance to the state which must be acted upon he contended he did not want to Call the session before the primary because he might be Quot accused of a a a a Maying he indicated that the subjects he would place before the Assembly would be old age / assistance Njane legislation and health conditions along the Illinois River below Chicago. Gov. Horner who. Said that for some time he had considered the necessity of calling a special session did not outline writ legislation would be sought. Previously though he had mentioned that old age assistance and Oil regulation vere important problems that should be settled. Address letters to Cross Stelle addressed his letters to Hugh w. Cross Republican speaker of the House of representatives George maypole and Arnold p. Benson democratic and Republican Quot floor leaders in the state Senate and r. J. Branson and Ben s. Adamowski Republican and democratic floor leaders in the House. Cross seeking the. Republican nomination for lieutenant governor a recently said in a Campaign speech that it was St Llew a duty because of the governors illness of assume the responsibilities of the office. Informed tonight a of stellers letters Cross said at Springfield that he would a answer and participate in any legally called special session of the Branson said at his Centra a Home that he would respond because a i believe there1 have Fineen so Many accusations of incapability against the governor that this Issue should be. Settled even it a a All for k special session by the a lieutenant governor is needed to bring it to a Adamowski maypole and Benson. Also said they would answer the Call. Maypole qualified his statement by adding that he a would have to be assured old age assistance would be one of the subjects. Hearing is suggested in charges against Green Lyons is accused also Chicago March 30.�?�sp a feuding in democratic and Republican ranks gathered fresh fury today while the Illinois primary election Campaign moves toward a fast finale. Supporters of Dwight h. Green and Richard j. Lyons contestants for the Republican gubernatorial nomination traded new volleys and democratic organization and insurgent aspirants engaged in further bickering. Mrs. John k. Russell chairman of the women a Republican organization of Oak Park suggested a Public hearing on her charges that greens candidacy was Quot closely interwoven a with the Kelly Nash Homer democratic organization. Say Keily Nash help state rep. Leroy Green of Rockford in a statement issued earlier contended that it was Lyons who was being aided by a pawns of the Cook county Kelly Nash democratic Ussell in a letter to chairman a. K. Stiles of the Republican state Central committee said she had read report of criticism of Stiles by three members of the committee Benl. Berve of Rochelle and Edw Grilj of Corrior of Peoria because Stiles had opined her allegations were Quot Well founded and substantially mrs. Russell wrote that if Green wanted a Public hearing her organization would oblige. She added a we Are prepared to appear before any impartial group and present our proof not Only of the evidence we Laid before you but additional and More shocking documents. Let or. Green ask for it and we authorize you to arrange for representative makes statement rep. Leroy Green unrelated to the candidate asserted a it is indeed unfortunate that there Are republicans of the Stripe of our state chairman who will deliberately in their lust for Power defame by falsification and misrepresentation an honorable a the legislator named five Republican Ward committeemen who he said were a a pawns of the democrats and supporters of Lyons. They were state sen. Daniel Seri Itella and state a representatives William Finucane Peter Granata Robert Petrone and Michael Ruddy. Ties up gop demos a these so called republicans. Have voted continuously with the Kelly a Ash democrats a rep a Green declared. Quot a Check of the record quickly shows that this same crowd which has voted to our knowledge under the orders of Kelly Nash Are each and everyone of them supporting the candidacy of Richard j. Lyons because the Kelly Nash a machine believes they. Can defeat Lyons in the november race for governor. Dwight h. Green who has termed the allegations a false vicious and ridiculous a set Forth in a Johnet speech Thatje Campaign assessments against the pay rollers of the state House democratic machine Only begin at two per cent a a in Campaign years a he added a the Payro Liers and even the civil service and other minor Job holders Are forced to donate much larger sums to perpetuate a the statehouse gang and the Kelly Nash machine in a Witt interview Senyo is Walter i to fit. A rep feta a Tatiya of Walton Joplin ii Ger Yand pan5�?osvll� interview seniors in the a it come Peirce a tomorrow it a was Anne a no Cut a a Raj a. The com committee petitioning will be wednesday petitioning for next years standing committee chairmanships and memberships and for Orange Blue and Gold few thers and Tamaroa will take place at the. Woman a league Tea from 3 to 5 p. M. Wednesday in the upper Parlours of the woman a building Ruth Smykal �?T40, president announced yesterday. Sophomores May petition for the feathers and Tamayori sophomores and juniors for chairmanships and sophomores and freshmen for membership on the standing committees. The committees Aye /. Membership social activity recording p ubi i c i to co operative citizenship freshman education and loyalty service big it any a firm sister and production. Paper will poll 3,000 students on choices for three offices the daily Zillini in an Effort to obtain an accurate Cross Section of undergraduate student opinion on candidates in the Illinois primary election april 9, will conduct a Straw vote this week on preferences for democratic and Republican candidates for president governor and United states senator. Three thousand ballots were distributed yesterday to staff members of the daily Zillini. Throughout the week they will canvass representative groups of students on the Campus. Reports will be announced As the vote progresses during the week. Final results will be printed next sunday to assure a total vote which will be As nearly representative As possible reporters will permit Only specified numbers of independents and greeks both men and women to cast ballots. The Straw vote will be apportioned As follows figure basis explained of the 10,010 undergraduates in the University 28.3 per cent Are women and 71.7 per cent Are men. Approximately one third of both sexes Are greeks. Based on these figures the total 3,000 ballots will be cast by approximately 1,419 Independent men 732 fraternity men 569 Independent women and 280 sorority women. Students who cast votes Are asked to observe the request at the Bottom of the ballot to Check two of the Blanks marked a organized Independent Man attention is also called to the squares which indicate indifference in the vote and to the Blanks under president bib he permit the voter to write in a candidate if he chooses Check Only one column although both parties appear on the ballot voters a re urged to Check names Only in one column signifying their primary preference for either the Republican or democratic parties. Candidates whose names appear on the ballot Are Democrat for president a Bennett c. A Clark Alben w. Barkley James a. In Daley John n. Garner Cordell Hull Paul v. Mcnutt Franklin d. Roosevelt Burton k. Wheeler. For governor a Harry b. Hershey John Stelle. For senator a Benjamin s. Adamowski James Slattery. Republican for president a Bruce Barton h styles Bridges Thomas a Dewey Hamilton fish jr., Herbert Hoover Henry v Cabot Lodge jr., Robert Taft Arthur Sriri Deribert. For governor a Dwight h. Green Richard j. Lyons. For senator a c. Wayland Brooks Ralph. E. Church. Wendell Wilson Mary Ellen Rennick is Bride wedding set for May 11 Wendell s. Wilson �?T27, director of athletics will be married to miss Mary Ellen Rennick �?T38, Secretary in the athletic association office on May 11, it was announced today. The marriage will take place in the Home of miss Rennick s parents or. And mrs. Eugene Rennick Lafayette. Miss Rennick an Alpha Omicron i was graduated with honors from the College of Commerce a Bronze Tablet student. She has worked in the athletic association office since graduation. Or. Wilson has been on the University staff since his graduation. While on the physical education staff he organized the Reserve b team. In 1931 he was named head fresh Inan coach and three years later was made first assistant football coach. Following the death of George Huff in 1936, or. Wilson was advanced to the position of director of athletics. 1 he is a Rise miser of Chi Beta fraternity of Delta Theta Epsilon physical education honorary and is on the National Council of the american youth Hostel association. Champaign Man injured v Richard sell 32, 405 East Vine Street. Champaign was treated at Burnham City Hospital for raises in his legs and forehead after being struck by a car yesterday evening. A something new and something no different will be the first sunday afternoon concert to be presented by the University first regimental band at 3 p. M. Today in the auditorium Mark Hindsley assistant conductor of University bands will direct the group of 115 student musicians in playing a varied program of Choice selections by famous composers past and present. Highlights on the program will be a tales of the Vienna Woods by Johann Strauss a tone poem a Fin Landiak by the Well known finnish composer Jean Sibelius and choral melodies a come Sweet death and a Jesus Joy of Many a desiring Quot by Johann Sebastian Bach. The first movement of Quot symphony 1 in c minor by Johannes Brahms sea pieces a to the sea a a from a wandering iceberg a a Starlight Quot and Quot in mid Ocean a by Edward Macdowell and invocation of Alberich Quot from a Adas Rheingold by Richard Wagner will be played. Three sketches from Quot Kenilworth a a masque dance Quot a the lady of the Lake a and a tribute to Oriana a by Arthur Sullivan and the overture a youth triumphant by Henry Hadley will be included in the program. Free to the Public with no tickets required for admission the sunday afternoon concert will usher in the 1940 season of Twilight concerts which begin this week. Famed rabbi is last lecturer on Hillet forum series Stephen s. Wise rabbi of new Yorkus free synagogue which he founded after refusing the pulpit of a Large new York synagogue because it was subject to a Board of trustees will be the last Hillel open forum speaker when he talks on a the world scene today Quot at 8 15 p. M. Wednesday in Champaign senior High school auditorium. A As the founder of the zionist organization in America which he represented at the Versailles peace conference or. Wise has. Been intimately acquainted with the error Pean a situation and its1 leading personalities. In his of a rum he will discuss the Europe a a scene As he has viewed it. A or. Wise was one of the founders of the american jewish Congress and has served As its president. He was Leader of the jewish people in militant self defense against the War of Hitler ism upon the jews of Germany. He has been recognized As one of the outstanding supporters of the Ort jewish Back to the land movement. A Liberal in thought or. Wise has always been willing to support the oppressed and has taken part in Many debates and symposiums on questions of the Day. He has recently been featured on his own radio program and has appeared before audiences composed of All races and creeds. His activities in new York have been in the educational arid civic As Well As religious Fields. He was a member of the City affairs com m Luttee which brought about the civic up Isgrig of 1932. Honorary degrees have been conferred upon or. Wise by Syracuse and Oregon universities and by Bates Roanoke and Rollins colleges. He is a Chevalier of the legion of Honor France and was the first to receive the Richard Gottheil \ medal a for most distinguished ser vice to the cause of Judaism a Given by Zeta Beta Tau. Officials Are a in a fog on co eds murder a state College priv a March 30 a in a crack criminologists investigating the baffling three Day old sex fiend murder of Chubby Rachel Taylor 17-year-old coed admitted tonight their exhausting work had led them nowhere bul. Up a Bli rid Alley. Announcing a suspect who has been questioned for two Days had been a definitely eliminated from the puzzling Case commissioner Lynn g. Adams of the state motor police do clawed a Cwb Are just is much in a fog As on Star course juniors sophomores ask jobs april 16 appointment Date six juniors have petitioned for the senior manage ships of Star course and 20 sophomores have applied for Junior positions according to an announcement yesterday by the University concert Board. The Board will choose 1 one Man As senior manager and one woman As associate manager. Three men and three women will be appointed to Junior positions. Final appointments will be made april 16. Juniors who have petitioned for senior positions Are l. Allen Adams Richard k. Carr Fred Kilker Carol Ege. Mary Margaret Fleming and do Rothjr Robbins. Sophomores who have filed petitions for Junior jobs Are Carolyn Anderson Shirley Berlau Jane Camp Marjorie Gould Dorothy Kasten Dorothy Lundblad Beth a lds Dorothy Quirke Margaret Smashey Mary e. Thompson Dorothy j. Wilson j. R. Blomquist William Carmichael Robert Deffen Baugh Albert Martin William Prather John Martin Carl Meyer Charles Schott and George Williams. Eighty freshmen who have petitioned for the Star course Sophomore staff Are being interviewed by student members of the Board. The deadline for. Accepting freshman petitions has been extended to tuesday. Hauptfleisch a Lect a a proc at dance Louis Hauptfleisch �?~40 was selected the most popular Man on the Campus by dancers at the Illinois unions annual april fool dance last night in Bradley Hall. Hauptfleisch won the title and an inscribed trophy sought by 42 fraternity and Independent men previously chosen by their respective houses As a big highlighting the april fool party were a International songs Quot by Beatrice pin sin 42 who Sang Spanish italian and popular tunes. Also included on the floor show program was a hand balancing act by Dave Field �?~40 and Jim Baley �?~42 and tap dancing by Shirley Kell �?T43 and Laurent Clody. Nye praises Vandenberg Madison wis., March 30.�? a sen. Gerald Nye in behalf of the candidacy of sen. Arthur h. Vandenberg of Michigan declared tonight that the Cloice Wisconsin republicans make in the Delegate election tuesday is a Likely to be a Choice Between National Victory and defeat for the party. Pipes Are our specially not a Side line it is Good business and common sense to buy your pip15s, tobaccos and smokers accessories from a shop that specializes in those articles and Sells no other merchandise Day s Coffee House and tobacco shop 612 East Daniel Street a Quot then a a no Nib Bitite far Quality Quot biennial engineering exhibition closes successful run by Jim Buhai �?T42 after playing to an audience of nearly 7,000, the electrical show of 1940 completed the final performance of the three Day exhibit last right Iri four engineering laboratories. Some 120 engineering students remained into the Early hours of the morning to pack and store electrical apparatus for the next show two years hence. When students arrive monday morning for classes in the illumination physics High voltage Rind electrical engineering laboratories they will find them spick and Span with no traces of the weekends Mammoth show. All proceeds of the electrical show will go to the $6,500 student loan fund for electrical engineering students. Officials of the show estimated that the loan fund would be iric revised to $7,000 after expenses had been settled. . Lab highlighted High lights and oddities of the exhibit were readily found in the electrical engineering Laboratory. Possibly the most popular project was the electric chair which thrilled thousands of people. So realistic was the execution that two people fainted when the 100,000 volts were submitted to the subject. A doctor held the electrocution up 10 minutes by demanding that the showing be stopped stating that it was permanently harming the subject. A committee of professors satisfied the physician that the subject was not harmed in the demonstration and the mock execution . In. Another popular exhibit in the same Laboratory was the kiss Raeter. Couples with 30 and 40 years of marriage experience behind them were More than proud that they could still ring the Bell of the machine. Gal had oomph Friday afternoon a girl stood near the kiss Ometer. And took on All Comers ringing the Bell every time. The wizard of of caused the spectators much perplex on by his Wise answers. The wizard consisted of a human Skull mounted on a Black Box. People tried in vain to locate the voice of the wizard even looking in Back of the Box with no apparent Success. Another Puzzle was the floating dishpan of which there Are Only four in existence atthe new York worlds fair the san Francisco exposition the museum of science and Industry Chicago and the University electrical show. Still another mystery was the speech scrambler. This device translated nonsense words into Normal speech with the Aid of electricity. The Van de Graff literally caused spectators hair to stand on end when its electrical charge of 500,000 volts began. May distribute cards for Rushing Friday fraternity Rushing cards will be available by Friday if the inter fraternity Council adopts its 1940 Rushing rules this week Ltd. A. Mcconnell assistant Dean of men said yesterday. Two if meetings Are scheduled this week the regular meeting tomorrow afternoon and a dinner meeting wednesday at the Alpha Tau Omega House. New Rushing rules which have been under consideration by the Council for some time were the object of debate and discussion at the last if meeting. Although Rushing cards were available for the Quot easter vacation period last year they Are no later this year be cruise of the Early easter Date or. Mcconnell pointed out. Report Turkey agrees to Allied Jan Bucharest March 30.�?cp a Turkey was represented in usually Well informed Balkan diplomatic quarters tonight As having agreed to permit passage of British and French warships through the dare Dan Lles to choke off Germany s Supply line from Russia in the Black sea. The newspaper be moment regarded As close to the French embassy Here reported moreover that Turkey had agreed to place her naval bases at Trebizond Samsun and sin Ope at the allies disposal for use As contraband control leases. Whitehurst Logan Lead victors score 24 Points to hoosiers if Michigan rates third Colorado state Ohio state Lehigh tie for fourth by Jack Coe �?T41 Indiana University a dream Castle of an Mcaa wrestling team championship slowly crumbled last nig Tifi the old gym Annex division by division As the Oklahoma a. Amp Cowboys off on another one of their annual National sprees chalked up 24 Points for a decisive Victory. Quot coached Gallagher steam entering the final matches with but two me a1 Whitehurst 136, and Vera Logan 155, saw its Chance when the Thom machine from Indiana began to falter and it could not be stopped. J the cowboys Brilliant rally so completely devastating gave the con Petely devastating gave the conquering aggie a decisive 10 Point Lead Over the hoosiers. Perry to present lecture series Harvard philosopher plans first talk Here tuesday Ralph Barton Perry Harvard University philosophy professor and one of the most noted men in the Field of philosophy in the United states will deliver three lectures this week in 300 Law building under the auspices of the department of philosophy. Perry a lectures will be a the philosophical roots of totalitarianism a 7 30 p. M. Tuesday. A Liberty in a democratic state Quot 7 30 p. M. Wednesday. / a individuality in Amer Icari philosophy a 4 p. M. Thursday. Perry received his a3, degree from Princeton in 1896, his . From Harvard in 1897, and . In 1899.� he has been teaching at Harvard since 1902, and with the rank of professor since 1913. In 1935 Perry was awarded the pulitzer prize for his biography a the thought and character of William he edited Quot William James essays in Radical empiricism and Quot William James collected essays and he has contributed numerous articles to philosophical publications and written a score of books. As one of six self styled new realists. Perry wrote a the another of his Well received publications was a the general theory of new snack to pick least Likely journalism students will make Choice on wednesday journalism students will elect the senior Man and woman they deem Quot least Likely to succeed at the third annual new snack at 6 p. M. Wednesday in Latzer Hall University Myca. All journalism students and faculty members have been invited to attend this annual dinner sponsored by Theta Sigma Phi professional journal san fraternity for women. Candidates for the title of Quot least Likely to succeed will be nominated at journalism convocation tomorrow three men and three women will be named and will be voted on at the new snack. Winners of the title will be awarded prizes Quot similar to the oscars Given each year by the motion picture Academy for outstanding work. John Paul Jones jr., assistant in journalism will be toastmaster and Helen Neal 41, general chairman. Following a theme a a search of journalism �?1939-40�?� the program will consist of four skits presented by the faculty and student organizations. A Mutiny in the basement is the title of Tjie skit to be presented by the faculty. Sigma Delta Chi will enact Quot censored while Gamma Theta Phi will Tell a the truth that hurts and Theta Sigma Phi will reveal Many things hitherto unknown to journalism students in Quot now it can be jumps in River. Dies Metropolis 111., March 30.�? up a false Teeth in hand Harmon Kruger 56, prominent Farmer jumped into the Ohio River and drowned today. Table of Points Oklahoma a. Amp m., 24 Indiana 14 Michigan 10 Lehigh Colorado state and Ohio state 7 Minnesota 6 Iowa state teachers and Oklahoma University 5 Illinois Iowa state and Franklin and Marshall 4 Kent state College Ober Lin ohioans Kansas state 2 Temple Purdue Dubuque southwestern state teachers Weatherford okla Michigan state Lafayette and Syracuse 1. For the eleventh time in 13 years a Gallagher coached team carried off the championship but for the first time in a number of years it was a matter of All around performances inst rid of individual titles that won. Oklahoma age netted three second places Cal Melhorn at 121, Clay Albright at 165, and George Chiga heavyweight and one third Bob Kitt at 128. It became apparent following the 136-Pound clash Between Whitehurst and roman that a. Amp Was still in the meet and when Logan eked out his overtime decision Over Danner in the 155-Pound final the cowboys moved into a Lead they never relinquished. Indiana with four men entered in the finals saw Bob Antonacci give it a flying Start with a decision win Over Delbert Jensen in the 121-Pound class but after that Victory was a thing of the past. Roman lost Chauncey Mcdaniel was pinned and when Tuffy Inman lost a decision to Don Nichols Michigan a great Light heavy who was voted the most outstanding wrestler in the tournament the Indiana rout was Complete. Roman even failed to defend his runner up position As Ted Isaacson Iowa state teachers beat him. Though Oklahoma s Story Book finish was the real drama of the finals individual performances ran a close second in upsets and thrills. The crowd had hardly settled after the Antoniacci Jensen 121-p o u n d Battle when Dale Hanson Minnesota a 128-Pounder Star and outstanding wrestler of last year stepped out on the mat to meet Harold Byrd Oklahoma University wrestler. Wrestling like an inspired Man Byrd swiftly proved himself the better of the evening and had Hanson in plenty of trouble. Hanson who had wrestled beautifully All through the tourney seemed to step into bad spots the whole match and Byrd took advantage. Hanson gained some Consolation by defending second place defeating Carl Hess southwestern state teachers. He was also awarded a Belt for getting the most pins three during the tournament. Michigan which had three men in the finals lost its Chance to move into a runner up spot when Bill Combs and Harland Danner faltered. Combs ran into Lehigh a Eastern intercollegiate Champ Harold Maseru on one of his better nights. The Lehigh wrestler could no a seem to make mistakes bad ones anyway and after a heated overtime bout he emerged the Victor. Combs was handicapped considerably when he had a recurrence of his knee injury but he was Able to win second place. Danner and Logan put on a rough and Tumble affair in the 155-Pound class with Logan emerging the Victor in the overtime period. Gene Grenard Colorado state 165-Pounder, grew stronger As the bout progressed and finally caught up to Chauncey Mcdaniel big ten Champ continued on Page six

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