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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

DAILY OFFICIAL BULLETIN

Parish hall at 4 p. m. A later car
will leave about 5:15 p. m.
Youngstown Michigan Club will
meet at 7:15 p. m., in the Michigan
Union.

ner at the League on Saturday,
Nov. 7, at 6:15 p. m. All former stu-
dents are welcome.
Reservations may be made by
calling Helen Neel not later than
Friday noon. Tel. 23281 Ex. 26.

LEAGUE MUST HAVE
EXECUTIVE POWER,"
STATES BURROUGHS

Italian Minister

IS LECTUlE

ublication in the

Bulletin is constructive notice to all members

d the University. Copy received at the office of the Assistant to Sophomore Cabaret! The tango
hie President until 3:30; 11:30 am. Saturday.ISgouphome iCabur gymeatg3
N 6group9Nmeetsinn Barbour gym at 3
o'clock. Faculty specialty group will
Tut. X111. FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 6, 1931 No. 35+ meet at 3 p. m., in the League (room
posted on the bulletin board). Giant
NOTICES Puppets will be held at 4 o'clock
in the gym. Uke chorus and singing
President and Mrs. Ruthven will be at home from 4 to 6 o'clock on groups will meet in the League at
first two Sunday afternoons of each month to members of the 4 o'clock. Te Moderns and the
ilties, their friends, and other residents of Ann Arbor.gym at 5 oock. For information
call Phyllis Swift 7117.
Faculty, College of Literature, Science and the Arts: It would be
reciated if you would announce to your classes that all interested Arab Student Union: Miss Wadad
ecuring teaching positions should register with the Bureau of Ap- Mankdici, a graduate of the Uni-
titments from Monday, Nov. 9, to. Friday, Nov. 13, as requested in versity of Beirut, Syria, will deliver
ther announcement. a lecture, "Visions of Arabia" in the
Inasmuch as there is keen competition for teaching positions, it auditot-ium of Lane hall at 7:30 p.
ld naturally be of advantage for students to list their names as ntsocillfo pgramd re s
nptly as possible. John R. Effinger. cordially invited. T p i

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Masonic Students: Meeting of
Craftsmen, Saturday, Nov. 7, at
7:30 p. m., in the Masonic Temple.
Liberal Students Union: Sunday
evening Mr. Edward J. Schuster
will speak on "A Militarist's Stand
on Disarmament." Refreshments
and dancing.
Baptist Students' Guild, at 6:30
p. m., Sunday at Students' House,
503 East Huron St., Dr. Ora S. Duff-
endack will speak on the topic,
"Causality." A cordial welcome is
extended to all.
"New Mohammedanism' will be
discussed by Dr. Frederick B. Fisher
at First M. E. Church as the third
of a series, 7:30 p. m., Sunday. The
fourth will be upon "Judaism and
Christianity" by Rabbi Heller and
Dr. Fisher.
COACH ANNOUNCES'

Faculty, College of Literature, Science, and the Arts: At its Novem-
meeting, this Faculty voted to request all instructors to plan their
k so that they may make their midsemester reports not later than
lay, Nov. 20.
In some courses it is usual to give midsemester examinations later,
n this date; in other courses no midsemester examinations are given,
instead various written, oral, and laboratory exercises. Midsemester
rts do not imply midsemester examinations, and are not necessarily
,d upon them. They are due at midsemester time, and November 20
pens to mark the exact middle of the present semester.
Report cards will be ready to issue about Nov. 10.
W. R. Humphreys.
University Loan Committee: The University Loan Committee will
t on Monday; Nov. 9, at 1:30 p. in., in Room 2, University hall. Stu-
ts who have filed applications with the Office of Dean of Students
ild call at that office for an appointment with the Committee.
J. A..Bursley, Chairman.
Mechanical Engineering Seniors: A number of men have not yet
: out their personnel record cards. Kindly do so at once. This
ice is provided for the student, therefore kindly comply with our
est. If your name is on the senior list, and you do not expect to
.uate this year, kindly advise us immediately. (Room 221 West
neering building).
Graduate Students in Mechanical Engineering: Will those of you
have not yet done so, kindly call at Room 221 West Engineering
ling at your earliest convenience to fill out a personnel record card.
University Bureau of Appointments and Occupational Infortmation:
Bureau will hold its annual registration for teachers in 201 Mason
next week, Monday through Friday; hours, 9 to 12 and 1:30 to 4:30.

COMING EVENTS
Economics 51 (H. L. Caverly) :
Rooms for the examination next
week are assigned as follows:
Monday lecture section-students
whose names begin with letters A
to F inclusive, Roomd101 Ec.; G to
Z inclusive, N. S. aud.
Wednesday lecture section-stu-
dents whose names begin with let-
ters A to H inclusive, Room 101 Ec.;
I to Z inclusive, Room 25 A. H
Economics Club: Professor Z. C.
Dickinson will speak to the Eco-
nomics Club on "European Impres-
sions" at 7:45 p. m., Monday, Nov.
9, in Room 302 of the Union.
Children's Rhythm Classes: A
series of ten lessons in rhythm
work for children will be given in
Barbour gyrfinasium beginning on
Saturday morning, Nov. 7.
Children from the ages of four
to six will come at 10:15 and those
from seven to ten will come at 11.
As these groups will be used as
demonstration classes only a small
fee will be charged.
Newcomers' Section of the Facul-
ty Women's Club will have a bridge
party, Friday, Nov. 13, at 2:30 in
the Michigan League. All members
are, cordially invited to attend.
The Students of Northern State
Teachers College are having a din-

Emphasize Internationalism, Soft
Pedal Pacifism, Says
Professor.
SPEAKS TO SOCIALISTS
Armed Police Power Is Necessary
for Continuation of
Peace.
By Parker Snyder, '34
"E m p h a s i z e internationalism;
soft pedal pacifism."
This slogan was the keystone of
a talk, "The Alternative to Pacifis-
tic Socialism," given by Roy J. Bur-
roughs of the economics depart-
ment before the Michigan Socialist
club Wednesday night in the Un-
ion.
Burroughs expressed the belief
that internationalism is the first
requisite of a harmonious world.
Wilson believed that the League of
Nations could never succeed until
teeth were put into it, he said. "At1
preserkt the League has legislative
and judicial powers, but no execu-
tive force. If members give it this
power, it will eventually become a
federal government," said Bur-
roughs.
"Karl Marx, the father of mod-
ern socialism, halted at nothing.
He believed armed intervention to
be necessary at times, but was es-
sentially an internationalist."
Mr. Burroughs stated that ani-
mals, man included, are not natur-
ally pugnacious, but fight as a hab-
it.
"If we ever are able. to establish'
an international state, armed po-
lice power will be necessary. All of
us will have to transfer our "gats"
from pockets to a pile in the corner,
and place a big fellow there to look
after them.
If need be, he can use all of
them. Although we may prevent
future wars, an era of peace with
no force is not going to work in our
present civilization," he said.

Onderdonk to Speak for Tols
League on Tuesday
Afternoon.
"The Spark That Started 'I
World War" will be the subject
aan illustrated lecture to be giv
under the auspices of the TPolst
league by Dr. F. S. Onderdonk
4:15 o'clock Tuesday afterno<
Nov. 10, in Room 231 Angell hall
Dr. Onderdonk's lecture is to
the first of a series of three ta
on subjects related to the phi
sophy of Tolstoi, sponsored by t
members of the society of tho
who adhere to his religion, here
"Lenin, Tolstoi, and Ghandi" w
be the subject of the second lectu
to be delivered by Dr. Frederick
Fisher, Tuesday afternoon, Nov.
in the Natural Science auditoriui
and "The Battle Creek Way7
Health" will be thesubject of t
third, to be given by Dr. A. B. (
sen, of the Battle Creek sanitariu
Thursday afternoon, Dec. 10, at
in the Natural Science auditoriu

Dino Grandi, Italian foreign min-
ister, who is coming to the United
States with his wife to discuss in-
ternational problems with Presi-
dent Hoover.

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Arbor on the first date, and the
affirmative side at St. Marks M. E.
Church in Detroit on the latter
date.
The strongest team to be met
before the scheduled conference
debates is Northwestern. On Dec.
5, the affirmative team will meet
Northwestern's negative team be-
fore North Central College at Na-
perville, Illinois. The Varsity nega-
tive team will debate Northwestern
at Evanston on Dec. 8.
Two debates have been scheduled
after the conference meets. Michi-!
gan will meet Michigan State Col-
lege here on Jan. 21, debating on
the negative side of the question.
On Jan. 26, Michigan's affirmative
team will meet State in the return
contest to be held in Ann Arbor.
Members of the Varsity debate
teams have not yet been selected,
but it was announced that those
for the first debates would be made
known early next week.

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gy I: Bluebook at 9 a. M.,
. auditorium.
logy 113-Human Ecology:
t meet this morning.
uate Students in Chemistry:
ing and preliminary exam-
s in organic chemistry for
te students working toward
ctor's degree in chemistry
held at 1 p. m., in Room 151
Chemistry building.
r Engineering Class Officers
7:15 p. i., Michigan Union.
man Pharmacy Election of
fficers at 5 p. m., in Room
emistry building.
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