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October 29, 1927 - Image 12

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THE MITCIITCAN DAILY SATPDAt

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DAILY OFFI1CIAL BULLETIN
Publication in the Bulletin is constructive notice to all members of
the University. Copy received by the Assistant to the President until
3:30 p. m. (11:30 a. m. Saturday.).
Volume S. SATURIDAY, OCTOBER 29, 1927. Nt lumber 3).
Committee on Student Affairs:
There will be a meeting of the Committee on Student Affairs in Room
University Hall, Monday, October 31st, at 4:00 p.m.
J. A. Bursley, Chairman.

1DETZER LECTURI N I !4ILEA ON
INTER L PEC
N. uta4k Secretary Of Women's Pea e
Laigue Pleas For Perpet uad
World Disariaanent
Tahing the three words arbitration,
21isannanent.andsecurity which she
says were the heart of every Geneva

Tri-Motored Plane Groomed For Flight

S. C. A. DELEGATES
TO ATTEND MEET
Three delegates from the Student
Christian association will attend a.
conference at the University club in
Chicago today. called by the Institute
on Christian World Eductation. Ac-
cor'ding to Eric Throms-on, student
councilor, there will be representa-
tives from all of the colleges in the
Big Ten and foreign countries pres-
ent. A general discussion of condi-
tions relating to international educa-
tion antl religion will be held. Ac-
companying Thomson will be Prof.
Hloward McCluskey and Marioa
Wenger, '28.
PEKING, China-Chinese student
will no longer be allowed to go to
Moscow to attend the Sun Yat Sen
school there, which is a soviet in-
stitution, according to an order from
Nationalistic authorities. The school
is to be repudiated in every possi-
ble way, the order continued.

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d loinatic conversation during the
Political Science 101, British Government: past summer, as the center of a lec- !
The lists of readings for next week's assignment may be procured at the ture, "Welfare of Warfare," Miss Dor-
desk in the lower study hall of the General Library.
J. II. Hayden. othy Detzer, national executive secre-
tary of the Women's International
Entering Sophomore and Upperclass Women and Those Who Have Not Fil- League for Peace and Freedom, ad-
ished the ltehuirement In Hygiene Lectures: d dl en
The first Hygiene Lecture will be given on Tuesday, November 1st, at 4:15
o'clock in Sarah Caswell Ang ell Hall13 rinY Blu ooks_ ,afternoon in room 25 Angell hatl.

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)Iargatrct Bell, M.D.
Eligibility Lists:
All chairmen or managers of women's extra-curricular activities are re-
quested to bring into the Adviser's office at once all eligibility lists for the
personnel o their committees or organizations..
Beatrice W. Johnson, Adviser of Women.
Hygiene Lectures-University Women:
All entering women are required to attend six hygiene lectures and take
an examination at end of course.-
Margaret Bell, M.D.
Freshman Women:
The first Hygiene Lecture will be given on Monday, October 31st, at 4:15
o'clock in Sarah Caswell Angell Hall. Bring blue books..
Margaret Bell, M.D.
Freshman Group:
I will be home, 619 East Unversity Avenue, to the Freshman girls of my]
group on Sunday afternoon, October 30th, from four-thirty to six o'clock. I
Margaret Mann, Student Adviser.
Inlander Contributors:
Manuscripts to be submitted for the first issue of the Inlander should be
left at the Rhetoric office or mailed to the Press building beore Tuesday,
November 1. Call me for furher information.
Elizabeth Wellman.
Pbhi Delta Kappa:
Members of Phi Delta Kappa will meet for luncheon at the Michigan
Union at 1 o'clock. Professor Carr of the Sociology Department will be the
speaker.
. 1). MacNitt, President.
Beta, Kappa Rho:
Girls are reminded of the Hallowe'en Party at 1319 Forest Avenue this
evening at eight o'clock.
Beatrice W. Johnson, Adviser of Women. 1
Chyrsanthemum Exhibition:
"During this week-end and for about 10 days following, there will be an
exhibition of chrysanthemums at the Botanical Gardens of the University,
Packard street. The greenhouses are open during the daylight hours, includ-
ing Sundays, and visitors are welcome."t
Eleen WV. lErlanson. ]
University of iich1iganI Band:{
Formation today at Morris Hall at 2:30 p.m., with uniform.
Gordon Packer. I
Notice to Sororities and Fraternities:t
Sororities and Fraternities desiring new House pictures in the Michigan-
ensian should have them taken as soon as possible. Such pictures shouldr
be brought to the office of the Michiganensian in the Press building.
Webster Sterling, Fraternity Editor.

This is the tri-motored Fokker rn enoplane, Southern Cross, lheilggroomed at San Francisco for a fligh
t from the United States to Australia,rarrying four Australians as passengers in addition to 1500 pieces of
United States M.-il. The inset shows Captain Kingsford Smith, command-er of the fllight. The members of
the staff are awaiting good weather'>efore making the attempt.

Before talking upon the three keyj
words, Miss Detzer opened her speech j
by comparing the two opposing views(
that can be taken in regard to un-
preparedness in the United States.
The one is that expressed by the re-
cently retired Admiral Fiske writing
in the Women's Citizen where he ex-
plained American unpreparcdness as
largely due to the fact that the Unit-
ed States is one of the few countries
where the ruling class believes keep-
ing out of war to be more important
than material gain.
She then mentioned the other atti-
tude which is that of H. G. Wells,
when he says, "I'm through with war.
I'll have nothing furtheA to djo with
it." In contrast to eit-her of these
positions Miss Detzer offered the poli-
cy of her own organization which is
to repudiate anything pertaining to
war but to be willing at all times
to devise some means of bringing an
end to war.
To accomplish this, she says, "we
need a new techniq~ue by which we
can solve some of the very difdicult
problems confrontinng us by systems
of non-violence." Mis- Detzer also
mentioned two argumants usually
made by those who oppose the peace;
workers. In respect to the fact that
war is human nature, -he said, "Hu-
man nature is the result of- educa-
tion and training."
In response to the other statement,
"there always has been war and so
there always will be war,' Miss Det-
zer commented. "What they mean,"
she said, "is that there always has
been conflict and there always will
be conflict but that does not mean
war." Instead she offers the three
other means of settling international
disagreements, diplomacy, concilia-
tion, and arbitration.
The biggest danger to American se-
curity, Miss Detzer believes, is to the
south for she says that of the 24
countries in the western hemisphere
12 are now under control of Ameri-
can bankers and six of that 12 are at
present occupied by American troops.
In concluding she talked for a
moment on the subject of peac work-
ers whoni she says must be courage-
ously fit and tree from hate for she
believes that they must hate war but
not warriors, hate oppression, but
not oppressors, hate fear but not the I
victims of fear for in each of these
three classes of people she believes
that good will be found only in the
acts they do are they wrong.
Miss Detzer was brought to ;nn
Arbor as a speaker by the local
branch of the League for Industrial
Freedom.

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BUSINESS SCHOOL
TO HEAR DOWLEY
M. F. Dowley merchandise manager
of the J. L. Hudson Co. of Detroit,
has been secured to speak for the
Business .Administration school of
the University, on Dec. 2.
Dowley, formerly an executive of
the Associated Merchandising Corpor-
ation, of New York, and one of the
leading merchandising executives of
this country, will speak to members
of the school of Business Administra-
tion, discussing some of the actual

cases taken up by the courses in re-
tailing. In the evening of the same
day, he will address students of
Business Administration on the sub-
ject of buying and research work in
chain department stores.
This visit is in pursuance of the
school's policy of bringing outstand-
ing business men in various lines to
address the business students.
Ganna Walska, who has failed more
often in grand opera than any other
singer, has decided to open a beauty
shop in Paris.

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