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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

Hitler's Move
Against Jews
Stirs Protest

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Foreign Student
Spnng Tour V
Valuable insight into Amersican life

is afforded students from foreign
countries who take part in the an-
L. S. Investigates Reports nual Spring trip through Michigan,
Of Anti-Semitic Cam- organized every spring vacation for
foreign men students, according to
pwigl By Dictaitor Dean J. A. Bursley.
Students going on the trip will
Ready to make a formal diplomatic leave Ann Arbor Monday, April 10,
in a specially chartered\ bus and
protest if necessary, the American visit Battle Creek, Grand Rapids,
government today sought to learn of Lansing ,and Jackson. returning Fri-
ficially if Jews in Germany are be-daArl1.Tywilhvluc
ng mistreated by the now Hitler day, April 14. They will have lunch
g treted bwith business men's clubs, spending,
government. the evenings as guests of American
On the heels of a protest from hosts, many of whom are Michigan
prominent American Jews headed alumni.
by Rabbi Stephen S. Wise, the state Not only do the students visit
department immediately informed plants of many representative Mich-
Ambassador Sackett at Berlin of the igan industries, such as automobile,
ccncern felt here on the basis of paper, and furniture factories, but
press reports and asked him to check they have an opportunity to spend
officially on their accuracy. their evenings in at leant four typical
This move, preliminary co possible American homes, said Dean Bur-
d i p 1 o tn a t i c representations, was sley.
taken on the very day of the open- While the busses are taking these
ing of the reichstag, which is ex- students from town to town, the
pected to legalize a four-year dic- group practices Michigan songs,
tatorship for the fiery and powerful which are sung at the luncheons
Chancellor Hitler. by way of entertainment. The usual
Germany's new deader at once ;procedure is for one of the promi-
moved to get his followers under nent students to speak on some prob-
iron control by proclaiming the most lem in international relations.
stringent of regulations, including Among those who have served in
prison sentences and even the death this capacity in the past are Sher
penalty, for unauthorized wearing of M. Quraishi, Grad., who discussed
the brown uniform of his national - - --------
Socialist or "Nazi" party and for
committing terroristic acts in his Summer School Bulletin
name. Gives Plans For Session
Whether this move by the Ger-
man Fascist will curb the anti-Jew- (Continued from Page 1)
ish feeling which has reportedly dents from outside colleges and uni-
swept over Germany since he arose versities are - required to present a
to supreme power was a question to statement from an administrative of-
which American statesmen and ficer in the institution in which they
others awaited an answer. are regularly enrolled showing that
Several days ago the United States they are in good standing.
found it necessary to protest to theta
Hitler government against the mis- Eleven excursions, 26 lectures,
treatment of several Anwrican Jews Iseven concerts, and 27 plays will be

s ill Go On TPEWRITERS - PORTABLE
Nowr Seond-Hmd Rebuit,
SnithCorona, Noiseless,
rtroughout State Th--~rod, oyal, liengt
the Indian problem, and Robert K. 314 ".State St., A=nArbor.
Suez, '33, who spoke on questions in-
volving his country, China. They re-
ceived an enthusiastic reception
wherever they went, according to re- $1.00 Concave or Convex
ports. MiRROR
The Spring trip is entirely self-
supporting, said Dean Bursley, the FR E E
expenses of the trip being defrayed
out of money which the students i
pay. The fee varies with the number with the purchase of each
that take the trip, but is never more box of
than $10. I ARMANDS FACE POWDER
All students interested in going on at $1.00
the trip were advised by the dean
to get in touch with William B. Pal- CALKINS - FLETCHER
mer of the economics department, DRUG STORES
who is in active charge of arrange-
ments. Mr. Palmer has announced FOUR DEPENDABLE STORES
that there is still a chance for those
interested to reserve a place.
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As3ociated Press Photos
Working in the interest of peace, Premier Ramsay MacDonald'
(left) of Great Britain.is shown with M. Edouard Daladier, the French
premier, when he arrived in Paris en route to the disarmament con-
ference in Geneva. From Geneva MacDonald went to Rome for confer-
ences with Premier Atussolini and then returned to Paris to urge the

Fiench government to join a four-p
Italian prime minister.

power peace project proposed by the
French Club To Present
Moliere's Masterpiece
Moliere's "Le Bourgeois Gentil-
homme" will be given April 27 at the
Laboratory Theatre as the annual.
production of the Cercle Francais, it
was announced yesterday by Prof.
Rene Talamon, faculty advisor of
the club.
In 1907 the Cercle Francais started
its dramatic activities with a per-
formance of this piece. Thirteen
years later it gave the play once
more, and now for the third time
it will produce this drama thought
by many to be Moliere's master-

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an Everett Hunt, of Swarthmore who is charged with betraying army piece. '
ge, yesterday visited University secrets to a foreign agent, will never Lcuis XIV was angered because the
School for the purpose of in- be disclosed officially. Turkish ambassador did not appre-
ewing prospective candidates Public curiosity is- unlikely to be ciate his importance, and ordered
he five open scholarships given gratiied c o n i n c i it g 1 y by other Moliere to ,write a .play satirizing
ally by that college to high sources. it wcs report d that 10 se- Turkih cermon es. The playwright
l students in the United States. cret witncsses wcerc examined late then produced "Le Bourgeois Gentil-
an interview, Dean Hunt ex- Tuesday at the Chelsea army court homme" in which he included the
el the nature of the scholar- and that more are yet to be heard. satire, though not forgetting his
They consist of $500 per year, s believed se4r. procceding ideals of trying to improve the
umng throughout a four-year would be cc., r today, aftei condition of the race through satir-
eal college course. The candi- ich public sessions will be resumed. izing vanities and useless proprieties
a~e selected for exceptional The prosecution. which chlrges the which defovmed what is natural.
as ie ability, usutally from var- C ?9 ' ,i t'twt tne
centers that make it possible for younig ohicer of the aistoratic Sea- Mofere is ra ed wiih Dnte.
lean o ntervte a number at I forth HIighladcers communicated Goethe, and Shakespeare as a great
Jean to interview a number at army secrets to a man named Otto writer.
le, and approximately 15 to 20 Wlea bti eln otne - - .
hose interivewed are chosen. Waldemar O,.st in Berln, contended
ring his present trip, Dean Huntgts witnesses' lives might be placed 'A"ea(i 1CDru ia'iLis
nterviewed students of this vi- in jeopardy by publicity.
' at Cranbrook School. and Curiosity has been especially keen PresenL t innovatLioi
iwestern High School, Detroit, concerning the identity of a young
ell as a number from Chicago,|woman who left the court weeping A "unique experiment" is being
ncyton, U. Tuesday, evidently n great distress. tried on campus in the presentation
SAnother woman accompanied her as of a religious drama in which the
FREE-UAND DRAWING she left thc hall of the Duke of
exhibition of work in free-hand IYork's military school, where the case fine artscombine to work out the
will be shown in the Archi.- i bcing helrd. But they w'e hurriedl ng ral theme of the play, ;accord-
re Building beginning March 24 away quickly inat xicab. tor of thc proj ct which is being ear-
,ontinuing until April 3, it was The main point in the defese thus vied out every Sunday vening at
ueed yesterday. The exhibi- far disclosed is tt young officer's lthe League.
s made possible through an af- declaration that 90 pounidu $311)IMusic, drama, and poetry he said,
on with the Collegiate Schools which he received fronm Berlin sic llatai tha( c aioety hidh
chiteture, a national organiza- from a young womnt with whom he togtheri tis ic wic h
expi~resscs wrAulip ithrough beautty.
a loe i he p etnThes amis xcmpliy the ariis-
-~~~ tie- ruh uttsioyi h oe-h pioc to wori hi]).
ing public heaving, that a German oacrandge hyaecp
100 ENGRAVED CARDS office r wa,,, iint telrite~an t'. hotel 'To ~ cetinU d011 ree Itey are cop-
and PLATE $2.5 r in en a h ti moy idafter t eival uild plays,
and PLAE .$2.5 roo it) ?,'rtu) tied tio itiis mny.oiisSeen that the idea is not a
- Any Style - was payment for information about
DAVIS & OHLINGER British army armored cars, taks a new one, Mr. Gosn declared. The
109-1 E WatWainWngton St. r Bth rum acenter for work of this kind in this
country is the Chapel Guild in New
_ The priscer still was being held York.
- --- -- - - - in the historic tower of London, being--
. A transported daily to the courtroom.

who were in Berlin when the brown-
shirted Nazis launched their cam-
paign.
Prompt and full expressions of re-
gret were given, the matter was
called to the personal attention of
Hitler and his cabinet and the state
department announced shortly after-
ward that no new cases involving
Americans had been reported.
A formal protest, lodged Tuesday
,with Under-Secretary Phillips at the
state department by Rabbi Wise and
I officials of the American Jewish con-
gress, asked that the American gov-
ernment officially learn the facts and
take whatever diplomatic action may
be justified on humane grounds,
wholly apart from the matter of
whether citizens of this country were
involved.
Cos13op0olitan (hit Will
lHear Prof. M. A. Copeland
At the request of the Cosmopolitan
Club, Prof. Morris A. Copeland of
the economics department will give
a talk in Lane Hall Auditorium at
8 p. m. Saturday on the subject,
"Why Be Depressed?"
After the lecture there will be an
informal discussion, entertainment
furnished by the members of the
club, and refreshments.
The Cosmopolitan Club, though
largely composed of foreign student
,members, is open to all who are in-
terested in aiding its purpose of pro-
moting international friendship and

offered as part of a broad program
of special features accompanying the
summer session. The complete pro-
gram is contained in the announce-
ment just issued.
The anouncement also contains a
description of all courses to be of-
fered, including the following schools
and colleges: College -of Literature,
Science and the Arts, College of En-
gineering, College of Pharmacy,
School of Dentistry, College of Ar-
chitecture School of Education,
School of Business Administration,
School of Music, Medical School, Law
School, Graduate School, Division of
Hygiene and Public Health, Davis
Engineering Camp, Biological Sta-
tion, Field -Station for Geology and
Geography, and Summer Camp of
the School of Forestry and Conser-

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a huge success. Make cer-
fain that you sde this year's
Junior Girl's PFlay
ON, THE
Lydia MENDEL $SO HN
Theatre
TON IGHT
FRIDAY AND SATURDAY
8:15 P.M.
Special Saturday Matinee
TICKETS
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Lydia MENDELSSOHN BQx Office
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