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GERMANPOL[ITICS
Economic Crisis Forces.Germany
to Form Joint Govcrnment
of Many Parties.
"In Germany, as in England and
several other countrics, the present
economic crisis has compelled the
formation of coalition governmen>ts
made up of several parties," Prof.
Preston W. Slosson, associate pro-
fessor of history, said yesterday,
discussing economic and political
conditions of Germany.
"This is a very common proced-
ure, in time of war;" Prof. Slosson
continued, "it is less common in
the emergencies of peace, and show,
how serious the present situation 1r.
regarded.
"The use of the term 'dictator-
ship' in some newspapers scarcely
~appears justified, as the GermanI
constitution provides very wide
powers for the government in time
of crisis.
"Ii face of the threatened econ-
omic collapse Socialists, liberals,
and conservatives agree to forget
their differences and dciare a
'moratorium' oneparty politics. Only
two factions will not cooperate-the
Communists who see aahope o
revolution of the Russian type in
the present disturbed conditions,
and Hitler's 'Nazis' who hope for a
Fascist dictatorship for the same
reason-.'good fishing in troubled
waters.'
"Every friend of liberty, peace,
and civilization will wish well to
President Hindenburg n( his emer-
gency cabinet and will wish all
possible bad luck to the Commun-
ists and the Hitlerites."
Northwestern to Open
Love Clinic in Chicago
CHICAGO, Oct. 9.-(/P)-North-
western university is going to open
a love clinic with branches in both
Evanston and Chicago.
Couples contemplating marriage
may take their troubles to the
clinic and get a "stop" or "go"
signal from the experts. CouplesI
already married will be given ad-
vice.

Today Radio Programs
(Eaetern Standard Time) 1

Again the National Broadcasting
System has prepared 'an outstand-
ing program for the WEAF circuit,
most of the programs are coming
through WWJ, with the exception
of Lee Morse at 7:30 o'clock, who
will come through WTAM. The
other presentations, beginning at 9
o'clock with Erno Rapee and his
concert orchestra, are Club Valspar
at 9:30 o'clock, B. A. Rolfe and his
cigarette band at 10 o'clocl, Rudy
Vallee, the master of the croon, at
midnight and Sherbo's Continentals
at one bell, to be nautical, or 12:301
o'clock to the uninitiated.I
Four excellent programs find an
outlet in WJR. Gene Rodemich's
orchestra with Carlo LeMar, the
world's greatest lover, begin their
broadcast at 7:30 o'clock. At 10
o'clock the Voice of the Diaphragm
begins enunciaiting, with Maestro
Ambruster's orchestra furnishing
the accompanying discord. Russ
Try-outs to Take Place Tuesday
and Thursday at 6 o'clock
for Four Comedies.
Tryouts for Comedy club will be
held from four till six o'clock next
Tuesday and Thursday, officers of
the organization announced yester-
day. The place where the tests will
be given has not as yet been de-
termined but will be announced
Tuesday.
The club has plnned three plays
for the coming season, giving it an
active program. The first of the
plays will be held next month at
the time of the Minnesota game.
The other two presentations will
be given in February and April; re-
spectively.
It is planned to have each play
run for three consecutive evenings
with the possibility of a Saturday
matinee. All performances will be
given in the Lydia Mendelssohn
theatre.

Columbo, known to most people as
a very good singer, but listed on
radio sheets with#the imposing title
of the Vocal Valentino, sings at
11:30 o'clock. Mildred Bailey and
the King's Jesters put on their
regular midnight fiesta of songs to-
night. Paul Whiteman, the one en-
tertainer of note not being relayed
through WJR comes at 12:15 o'clock
through WJZ and KYW.
On the Columbia chain three pro-
grams find themselves not listed on
the WXYZ hook-up. These are Guy
Lombardo with the rest of Lom-
bardo brothers singing at midnight
from KMOX, Red Nichols at one
o'clock from WABC, and Dave
Abrams and his orchestra from the
Village Barn, in Greenwich Village
at 1:30 o'clock from the same sta-
tion. Bing Crosby begins festivities
on the WXYZ station at 7 o'clock.
Reis and ]Dunn, presenting a pro-
gram of comedy and songs, assisted
by Nat Brusilloff and his orchestra,
follow Bing at 7:30 o'clock. Abe
Lyman has a try at the microphone
at 8:15 o'clock and is followed an
hour later by Boswell Melody. Hank
Simmons presents "The Turn of the
Tide," a three act play to be enacted
on the Show Boat at 10 o'clock.
Thus endeth another radio evening.
-any Stu' denvs IRecv'ru

Mathematical Society
to Begin Second Year
Everyone who is interested in
mathematics is invited to attend
the first meeting of the Junior
Mathematical Society's second year
which will be held at 7:30 o'clock
next Tuesday in room 3011 Angell
hall. The mathematical topic for
discussion will be presented by Dr.
Wm. Dowell Baton of the Univer-
sity's Mathematics department.
The Society has for its faculty
advisor Prof. Norman H. Anning.
Officers of the club are as follows:
Herbert E. Vaughn, '32E, president;
Ernest Gantz, '34, vice president;
Edward C. Varnum, '33, secretary;
Fred Flynn, '32E, treasurer.
BEERHVOTE L1KELY
Matthew Woll Explains Report
Concerning 2.75 per cent
Beer to Be Sold.
VANCOUVER, B. C., Oct. 9.-(/P)
--Organized labor's demand for
4.75 per cent beer crystallized to-
day at the American Federation of
Labor convention and committee-
men indicated resolutions for out-
right repeal of the eighteenth
amendment probably would be

Tom Skeyhill, Noted Lecturer,
Journalist and Educator
to Speak.
Faculty members of the Univer-
sity and the University high school
and other educational workers in
Ann Arbor will take part in theI
program of the Michigan Education
Association institute, sixth, district
convention, to be held on October
16 and 17 in Detroit.
A feature of the program will be
Tom Skeyhill, noted lecturer, news-
paper reporter, and educational
worker, who will describe the ex-
ploits of Sergeant Alvin York, world
war hero and Kentucky mountain-
eer, in a lecture entitled "The Last
of the Long Hunters."
Among the professors and teach-
r: whc will take active part in the
program are Dr. Luther T. Purdomn,
director of bureau of appointments
and occupational information at
the University; Ella M. Hymans,
custodian of rare books in the Uni-
versity library; Prof. Raleigh SchOr-
ling of the school of Education;
Prof. Louis Karpinski of the math-
ematics department; Henry Moser,
of the speech department; Otto W.
Haisley, Superintendent of Schools,
Ann Arbor; Marguerite Evans,
Eberbach school, Ann Arbor; Cora
Haas, Ann Arbor Commissioner of
Schools; William G. Robinson,
State Chairman of Recreation;
Prof. Fred S. Dunham of the Latin
'department of the University high
school; Sarah E. Keen, University
high school; Prof. Catherine Green,
University high; Marian Reissen-
weber, Ann Arbor; Marion McKin-
ney, University high; M. E. Van El-
lis, Ann Arbor; Edith C. Hoyle, Uni-
versity high; Helen Pratt, princi-
pal, Eberbach school; and Ethel
Wiseheart, Ann Arbor high.
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NANCT CARROLL
"Persona1 Ma*m"

-. - sidetracked.
Treatment in Infirmary Matthew Woll7 chairman of a
For the last two days the Health labor committee working for con-,
Service Infirmary has had almost gressional sentiment to change the
its full capacity of cases. Thursday Volstead act, explained that 2.75
the number of patients was 25, with per cent beer would be of the same
8 of them being women. Friday the strength as the Canadian draft
number was decreased to 20 with brew sold here, and not the "dish-
only 7 of the cases being women. water" some delegates had thought.
In no instance were the ailments "By 2.75 per cent beer I means
serious, the majority of the cases about 3.10 per cent by volume,' 'he
were colds and infections. said. "Just like the ordinary Ca-
nadian beverage. I am not refer-
WOMEN SUPPORT AMENDMENT ring to bottled beer or the strong-
er ales."
The 18th Amendment again re- The committee is expected by
ceived unanimous support from the both wet and dry leaders to report
M i c h i g a n State Federation Of favorably on that section of the
Women's Clubs when delegates to executive council's report favoring
the final meeting of the four-day 2.75 per cent beer. The committee
annual convention reaffirmed their also is expected to report non-con-
confidence in the success of the currence on resolutions advocating
amendment without a word of dis- repeal of the eighteenth amend-
cusion from the floor. ment and repeal of Volstead act.

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"Good photographs that
bring out your best char-
acteristics ' m a k e ideal
gifts to your loved ones
and best friends for
Christmas."
So many students wait
until our rush season to
have their photographs
made, that for yourself
and our help who have
to work overtiiie we
wovld advise October
setings. You wil be less
busy now than later, fnd
we will be pkased to de-
liver your pictres t any
date you desire.

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