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Noted Antartic Explorers Meet In New Zealand

Cuban Situation Is
Discussed By Aiton
This may be the time to scrap the
Monroe Doctrine and our entire past
policy in relation to Pan-American
affairs, Prof. Arthur S. Aiton of the
history department, told a radio aud-
ience over the University hour Thurs-
day, in discussing "The Historical
Background of the Present Situation
in Cuba."
"By a fine gesture in behalf of in-
ter-American friendship, it will allay
all fears concerning our 'so-called'
imperialistic aggression in the Carib-
bean," Professor Aiton stated. "The
answer to the question lies in a wise,
unselfish handling of the Cuban sit-
Professor Aiton felt it fortunate
that the new Roosevelt regime wisely
refrained from intervention, and
through its representative, Sumner
Welles, worked to secure the forma-
tion of a stable government accepta-
ble to the people of Cuba. The ad-
ministration made two mistakes.
however, which made a bad impres-
sion in Hispanic America, in the na-
val demonstration in Cuban waters
which was interpreted as intimida-
tion, and the support of the short-
lived rule of de Cespedes, which was
viewed as an attempt to force the
government on the Cuban people.
Temperance will be included in the
'study course of 500,000 Minnesota
public school pupils beginning next

Glenn Frank Asks
Liquor Abstinence
MADISON, Wis., Dec. 8-0P)- -
President Glenn Frank of the Uni-
versity of Wisconsin at a student
convocation today urged that stu-
dents abstain from drinking liquor
until after graduation.
Not until student days are over
should an individual decide whether
such a "minor disadvantage" as
drinking is permissible, Dr. Frank
Dr. Frank observed that prohibi-
tion was repealed on the fifteenth
birthday anniversary of his son, and
that the coincidence caused him to

"approach the personal aspects of
the transition with a concern which
transcends cold analysis."
"Not in your lifetime," he warned
the students, "will the old safeties,
the old securities, the old routine be
restored. You will need to have your
wits about you. You will need to
have your capacities under tight rein.
You are headed for rigorous days.
For your generation temperance be-
comes not so much a matter of mor-
als as a matter of survival."
A concept of human life as electri-
cal energy form solar radiation has
been developed by Dr. George W.
Crile, one of the country's outstand-
ing surgeons and research physicists.

-Associated Press Photo
Three famous explorers, who plan to fly over the South Pole during the forthcoming Antarctic summer,
are shown as they met in Dudedin, New Zealand. Left to right: Bernt Balchen, Lincoln Ellsworth and Sir
Hubert Wilkins.

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Case Says Physiologists And
Biochemists Will Explain Life

TOKIO, Dec. 8.-(M - Count
Goinbei Yamamoto, 81, twice premier
of Japan and a naval hero of the
Russo-Japanese war, in which he
served as an admiral, died tonight.1



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