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EUROPE LOOKS, TO
AMERICA FOR HELP
Member of Philosophy Department Re-
turned from Trip Abroad,
Describes Situation
DECLARES FRANCE'S FEAR OF
GERMANY A. STUMBLING POINT
"Europe is in a precarious condi-
tion now and unless something is
done, especially by America, to better
financial and political matters, the
situation will become tragic," declared
Prof. DeWitt H. Parker, of the philos-
'ophy department, who has recently re-
turned from abroad.
England, he stated, was alone in aid-
ing the central powers but due to her
domestic problems is unable to give
sufficient help. Europe has therefore
turned to America to do her share,
and so to hasten the return of the
world to normalcy. One way, he
stated, was to cancel the allied debt.
This he believes will cause France to.
become more lenient in her attitude
toward Germany. While Italy and
England have changed their policiesa
to meet new conditions, France re-
mains. obsessed with a fear for Ger-
many and with this in mind has made
harsh, oppressive demands to prevent
her rise to her former position.

Junior College.
SystemPraised
Detroit, Mich., Feb. 23.-The Junior
College system in Michigan expected
to be considerably extended through-
out the state within the coming year,
is one of the greatest forward steps
in education taken within the last de-
cade, in. the opinion of Dean . David
MacKenzie, of Detroit Junior college.
The system as at present consti-
tuted with a two year course, was rec-
ognized in 1917 by tihe state legislature
and became a part of the public school
system of each municipality where it
was to be organized.. At the start
,Detroit Junior college, the first institu-
.tion of its kind in the state, had a total
of 33 students. The enrollment in
the local college last year was 1,200,
an increase of 70 per cent over the
preceding year.
Junior colleges are now located in
Detroit, Grand Rapids, -Highland Park
and Pontiac. Considerable' talk has
been heard here of the possibility of
starting similar, institutions next
year in Flint, Saginaw and Muske-
gon. Dean MacKenzie expects that
eventually such a college will be lo-
cated in each of the Bigger cities of
.the state where a higher institution
of learning is not already located.
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France Attempts Block
France is self sufficing but the eco-
nomic revival of England and Italy is
inseperably bound up with the -re-
covery of Germany. Hence a feeling3
has grown up in England and especi-
ally in Italy, that.France is blocking'
the recovery of Europe. This feeling
has become so strong that'French dli-l
cers were recently insulted by the Ital-#
ian populace.,
Professor Parker describes the con-
ditions of the Italian people as being
very favorable, but the government,
he declared, was virtually bankrupt.
The danger of a revolution has passed,
but the Facisti still continue their ac-
tivities against the Communists. Spe-
cial news columns are devoted to not-
ing murders of one another commit-
ted by these parties and it is no un-
common sight, he declared, to see post-
ers of the parties in the streets an-
nouncing that reprisals :would be. com-
mitted to avenge a. killing by the other
party. The Facisti group, according
to Professor Parker, is composed
largely of young men intensely na-
tionalistic, many of whom are college
students. Like the Communists they
are a very small minority and their
activities are looked upon with dis-
favor by the mass of Italia npeople.
Pitiful Conditions

That the University of Michigan
hospital administrators and other Ann
Arbor hospital.officials hold a promi-
nent position in the hospital .world of
United States and Canada is demon-
strated by the current issue of "Hos-
pital Management," Chicago.A series
of articles, dealing with the recent
convention of the Michigan Hospital
association are featured in this inter-
national journal of hospital adminis-
tration.
Among those mentioned for their
presentation of hospital methods and
polices are Miss Rena Eckman, direc-
'tor of household and' dietetics, Miss
D. M. Stewart, special dietician, Irof.'
Albert D. Wickett, of internal medi-
cine, Miss Mary E. Rockwood, dietet-!
ics department, all of the University
hospital, D. W. Springer, superinten-
dent University Homeopathic hospital,
and Dr. Donald M. Morrill, Sr., resi-
dent physician.
JOURNALISM COURSES SL iT
INC RE ASING'POPULARITY

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DURING THE WINTER MONTHS AS IT IS IN
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For the purpose of interviewing men
interested in a summer proposition, offering
guaranteed earnings.
Call at the hotel any time during the
day or evening, to see Mr. C. E. Adams,
and you will be told of a proposition that
must be of interest to every college fellow
who is dependent upon himself for support
in whole or in part.

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Blucher Brogues
Again in Vogue,
To go with warm wool
street clothes and fancy
scotch hose -the
squared-toe blucher iis
an original note in street
shoes.

Conditions in Austria are described
by Professor 'Parker as being most
pitiful. Only a few foreigners who
have made money through speculation,
in exchange have' enough to support
themselves. The crown keeps falling
so rapidly that there is no incentive
to save. It is a most difficult task for
wages and prices to adjust themselves
to the rapid fall with the result that
demonstrations by breaking windows
and shouts of "We are hungry," are
no uncommon sight in Vienna.
The outlook in 'Germany is more
hopeful but still not without danger.
While trade is being revived, this new
prosperity may collapse any moment
because of unsettled conditions. As
in Austria the Germans look with
great favor upon Americans, and desire
troops to remain on the Rhine. The
French black troops are a, standing
cause of hate.
Before Europe can recover on a
fundamental basis, 'Professor Parker
declares, it is necessary for France to
be rid of her fears, the Versailles
treaty to be revised, and the Silesian
award and the inclusion of Germans
in Czecho-Sloca.kia to be changed..

"Courses in Journalism in the Uni-
versity are rapidly increasing in popu-
larity as is clearly shown by the en-
rollments in the' various classes," ac-
cording to Prof. John L. Brumm of the
department of rhetoric and journalism.
every section is overcrowded, so
some arrangement will have to be
made to either accommodate the,over-
flow, or to limit the course. The class
in advertising is particularly crowded.
so it will be necessary to restrict it
to Seniors. While it was originally
planned to tike care of about 25 stu-
dents, about 145 or 150 have registered
in it.
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