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1I1AGE TWO THT1. 1-1 1 V A N T to t L V

\VEDNE SDAY, NOXE_,.j,, 1930

TO LECTURE HERE!
ON DEBTPROBLEMVI
Dr. Hjalmar Schacht to Speakj
Tomorrow in Science
Auditorium.
FAVORS DAWES PROGRAM
Former President of Reichbank
Now Engaged in Speaking
Tour of U. S.
Dr. Hjalmar Schacht, former
president of the German Reich-
bank and an international author-
ity on banking and finance, will
speak on the "Economic Aspects of
the Reparations Problem," at 4:15

LINDBERGHS,
ATTIRED

READ Y FOR FLIGIBT. H HS
FOR WINTER WEATHER
ON VALUE OF LIGHT

MANAGER OF DEFEATED CANDIDATE
DFIES RIGHT ( NYF COMIVITT

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TO E NTE[ C94jTEST

Professor of Medicine Discusses
Importance of Sun for
Rickets Cure.
SPEAKS ON RADIO HOURI
'The extreme importance of light,
particularly direct sunlight, to the
human organism cannot be over-
stated, said Prof. A. A. Christman,
of the medical school, yesterday'
afternoon during the University
radio hour when he discussed the
application of light as a cure and
d i rickets.
"Rickets is a disease of early in-
fancy," he said, "which is char-
acterized by a malformation of the
bones. This malformation may dis-
appear during childhoodtor it may
persist into adult life if the disease
j.s present in severe form."
The significance of sunshine is
clearly indicated, if one studies the

Michigan Students May
Essays on Relations
U. S. With Italy.

Submit
of

LIST OF SUBJECTS GIVEN

o'clock, tomorrow afternoon in the
Natural Science auaitorium.
Dr. Schacht, who is now travel-
ing as a private citizen, has recent-
ly finished a trip through Europe
and many parts of the United
States, speaking frequently. Some
of his speeches have criticized the
present German cabinet, which has
given out vehement denials and de-
nunciations of his views.
Stabilized German Mark.
It was Dr. Schacht who, by in-
sisting on a return to the gold
standard during the confusion of
finances resulting from the col-
lapse of the mark, played a great!
part in bringing German money
back to its present satisfactory
standard.
Dr. Schacht is a firm believer in
the justice of the Dawes system,
though he admits it has many de-
fects.-However, the Young plan has
always been a curse to him, he
says. His virulent hostility caused
the German cabinet to recall him
as a representative during negotia-
tions at the Hague but later he was
permitted to return to carry on in
the final parleys.
Disagreed With Cabinet.
His resignation as president of
the Reichbank, which corresponds
in nature to the Bank of England,
was due to differences in policy
with the cabinet. His party, the
conservatives, are not in power at
present, nor did they make any
special gains at the last general
elections.
Dr.'Schacht is traveling with his
wife and son, who intends to se-
cure a place in a bank in Chicago
and study our banking methods.

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A-1-~orirtcct Press Photto
Col. and Mrs. Charles A. Lindbergh, the nation's most noted aerial
commuters, were caught with their bags and baggage by a cameraman
as they departed on one of their many trips about the country. They areI
shown attired for winter flying and ready to leave a Boston airport for
their home in Princeton, N. J.
FINE ARTS EHBI
What's
IAILL UPEN TODAYI Going
Modernistic Trend Predominate On
in Specimens to be Shown ___-____- -__________

Radio Today.
Harry Allen, of the speech de-
partment, will discuss "The Me-
chanics of Putting on a Play"
during the University broadcast-
ing program today. The talk is
being given in response to a
listener's request that a talk be
presented dealing with the the-
ater arts. Sidney Straight, tenor,
will be the soloist.
geographical distribution of rickets,
Professor Christman pointed out.
I riclimates where there is an abun-
dance of sunshine throughout the
year and wlhere the weather is suf-
ficiently mild to allow the children
to be out-of-doors with a minimum
amount of clothing, there is little
or no rickets, he said.
"Protection from rickets may best
be obtained by the use of a well-
balanced diet containing vitamin
D, and by frequent exposure to the
ultraviolet rays, obtained from di-
rect sunlight or artificial sources,"
Professor Christman stated.
STRIKERS PERISH
IN LABOR DISPUTE
Police Fire on Rioters in New
Barcelona Outbreak.

Graluate .tudents and seniors in
the University may compete in the
annual essay contest of the Italian
Chamber of Commerce in New
York, Dean John R. Effinger, of the
liteiary college, stated yesterday.
The essays may be especially wri-
ten for the .C ntst, or they may be
prepared for a course in the Uni-
versity.
The essay may be on any subject
clearly falling within the following
geerl.fild - preferably to be
treated with special reference to
a the economic relations between
Italy and the United States:
Trade, industry, agriculture, fi-
Y; snance, merchant marine, railroads,
public works, hydro-electric plants,
and land reclamation, commercial
education, problems of export trade
A. H. Collins, Fort Collins, Colo., campaign manager nor George H. from Italy to the United States,
Shaw, defeated Republican candidate for the United States Senate, is and e c o n o m i c development of
shown as witness before the Nye campaign expenditures committee. Italy's colonies.
Hahn challenged the committee's right to investigate primaries and re- The successful candidate in each
fuse toanswr qestins.of these general fields will receive
fused to answer questions, three prizes. The ministry or de-
partment of the Italian govern-
HILLEL TO FORM Resident of Ypsilanti ment in whose field the winning
essay has been written will present
SINGING SOCIE TY to Answer Summons the winner with a gold medal, a
Saee gcash prize of $100 will be presented
Stanley Fletcher, graduate stud- by the Italian chamber of com-
ent in the School of Music, will Police released Adolph F. Kapp- merce in New York, and a diploma
direct the singing of the choral ler, Hemhill road, Ypsilanti, Men- will be presented by the same.or-
class to be formed at 7:30 tomor- day shortly after they had arrested ganization.
row night in the Hillel foundation him on a charge of driving 34 miles Complete details and instructions
building, Victor Rose, '31IL, student- hi nacag.ofdiig3 ie concerning the contest may be
director of the foundation, stated per hour on Dexter avenue. Kapp- learned from Dean Effinger or may
yesterday. ler is to appear this morning to be obtained by writing to the Ital-
Formed as an outgrowth of a answer the charge. ian Chamber of Commerce in New
student choral group organized York.
cnrr l lra ir ! n th 1lq will -- -

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at Memorial Hall.

Theatres.

STYLES TO SPEAK
ON COLOR DESIGN
Prominent Detroit Artist Will
Talk Here Tomorrow.
George Styles, Detroit artist and
winner of the Scarab gold medal
at the Michigan state artists' ex-
hibition, will give a demonstration
and talk on color design at the
meeting of the Architectural so-
ciety at 4 o'clock tomorrow after-
noon in the auditorium of the col-
lege of architecture.
This demonstration is being held
in conjunction with the color ex-
hibit now being shown in the first
floor corridors of the Architectural
building.
"Styles' talk will not be just a
demonstration for the technically
interested," Prof. H. A. Fowler, of
the art department, announced,
"but will be given in such a man-
ner as to make it interesting and
understandable to the entire stu-
dent body."
Styles is also the winner of the,
Walter Piper award which is given,
by the Scarab club for original
work in art circles. He also holds
a staff position on the Detroit
Board of Education, for which he
has spent considerable time in
standardizing manufactured color
to meet the needs of students ofi
design.
Alabama produced 346,980 balesl
of cotton prior to September 16,1
this year, government figures show.a

1 Majestic - "Road to Paradise,,
Small American sculpture will with Loretta Young, Jack Mulhall
feature the division of fine arts' and Raymond Hatton.
second exhibit of the season which I Michigan - "Amos 'n' Andy in
opens today in the North gallery "Check and Double Check."
of Alumni Memorial hall. The ex- Wuerth--"Pardon My Gun" and
hibit, .including 30 works of the "Fall of Eve."
foremost American artists, is spon- -
sored by the College Art associatia- General.
tion which sends out exhibits of Exhibit--Small American sculp-
varied sorts throughout the year. ture, open daily until 5 o'clock in
The modernistic trend, is pre- north gallery of Alumni Memorial
dominant in the specimens shown, hall.
several of the works of this new C
art having already established re-' Cosmopolitan club-Initiation at
putations for their authors in east- 4:15 o'clock this afternoon in Lane
ern galleries. One of these ex- hall.
ploited by the association as one Lecture--By Madame Debrovol-
of the most representative of this skai Zavadskaia on "Heredity of
school is Warren Wheelock's "Golf Cancer" at 7:30 o'clock tonight in
Girl" which has originated from the second floor amphitheater of
the Dudensing gallery of New York. University hospital.
Another exhibitor whose work in Glider section-General meeting
this field has attracted attention at 7:30 o'clock in room 348, West
in artistic circles for its originality Engineering building.
is Russell Wright. His "Bulls" and Medical Research club-Meeting
"Horses" will be on display. at 8 o'clock tonight in room 2538
Besides the modernistic works, East Medical building.
there are. several models of the I
older schools which have gained Romance Language Jourinal club
merit. Bessie Potter Vonnoh's "The --Meeting at 4:10 o'clock this after-
Kiss" is one of these, while the noon in room 403 Romance Lan-
"Greek Dance," by Carl Paul Jen- guages building.
newein, is another well-known ,__
work, featured for its classic mo- SUNDWALL IALL
deling.
"Mask" by Harold Cash, from WRITE FOR BOOK
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wood carving by Eugenie Shonnard. chapters written by leading men in
A show case in which are enclosed the various fields of education, Dr.
miniature works in sculpture is also Sundwall, director of hygiene at
shown. the University, discusses "Student
Prof. Bruce M. Donaldson, head Health."
of the fine arts department, when Wilfred B. Shaw, director of
interviewed, seemed enthusiastic alumni relations, also has written
over the quality and originality a chapter for the book on "The
shown in the exhibition. Alumni." The volume deals in a
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STARTING
TODAY

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DOUBLE COMEDY PROGRAM
SALLY GEORGE
STARR DURYEA
in
"PARDON MY GUN"
A new kinid of Western Comedy filled with drama, music and song.
Also
PAT3SY RUTH MILLER-FORD STERLING
IN
"I Hf FALL OF EVE"
A 'cphisticated and cextremely clever farce-ccmedy that will make you rock
with iaughtcr.

(By Associated'(IPress)

BARCELONA, Spain, Nov. 18. -
The authorities of this terrorized
city took a firm hand today to put
down the labor riots which had
caused at least two deaths and
probably as many as 200 wounded.
Detachments of the civil guard
made the rounds of stores in the
business section, routing out mer-
chants who had fled in panic Mon-
day and demanding that they re-
open their places of business.
Police guards were assigned to
trolley cars a few of which were
operated. Passengers at first feared
to ride, as groups of strikers still
appeared in the streets, but the
loaded rifles of the police gave
them ample protection and by mid-
afternoon one line out the city's
sixty was running on a more or less
regular schedule.
The city government was deter-
mined to break up this s t r i k e.
Troops were held in reserve today
but as indications increased that
the strike was near an end, it was
hoped that it would not be neces-
sary to use them in any great num-
bers.
The civil governor drove about
the 'streets in an automobile this
morning adding his personal plea
to shopkeepers that they resume
business. He assured police protec-
tion for all stores.

Shows at
2:00, 3:40
7:00, 9:00

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Faces Alike!
Hearts Akin!

Startling! Different!
with
LORETTA YOUNG
JACK MULHALL
RAYMOND HATTON
medy TALKARTOON
aOR" HODGE PODGE

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R. G. Suddarth, 1105, E. Wash-
ington street, reported the loss of a
15-jewel green gold wrist watch
with a mesh bracelet to matchto
police Tuesday. Suddarth said the
watch was a man's model valued at
approximately $50.

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