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December 15, 1933 - Image 6

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Favors Farm Program

Stanton Talks
On Russia Over
Radio Program
$100,000,000 In Trade
Will BenefiL America
As Result Of Recognition
Trade resulting from our recog-
nition of Russia will probably
amount to over $100,000,000 during
1934, John W. Stanton of the history
department stated in a discussion of
"The Russia We Recognized" during
the Michigan program over the Uni-
versity radio hour last night.
Russia and the United States have
always been on friendly terms ex-
cept during the period following the
war, Mr. Stanton said, pointing out
the influence of Russia in keeping
European nations from interfering
during our Civil War, and also the
purchase of Alaska by the United
States from Russia.
The recognition policy inaugurated
by President Roosevelt will have a
great influence on calming affairs in
the Far East, Mr. Stanton believed.
Russia fears Japan as her outstand-
ing rival, and with the United States
recognizing Russia, both countries
will be slow to act in a hasty man-
ner. Russia was caught as an agri-
cultural nation during the war, and
was thus at a great disadvantage in
fighting with industrial nations, and
she does not intend to be caught in
such a predicament again, Mr. Stan-
ton stated.
The Harvard Astronomical Observ-
atory has a n n o u n c e d discoveries
tending to show that the sun's corona
-- that brilliant halo of white light
observed around the sun during total
eclipse comes from oxygen and not,
from some chemical unknown on
from some chemical unkown on earth.

-Associated Press Photo
Vigorous support of the adminis-
tration's farm program was voiced by
Edward A. O'Neal, president, as he
opened the annual convention of the
American Farm Bureau federation in
Ask Permission To Show
Dr. Vaughan's Portrait
Permission has been asked of Uni-
versity officials by the Carnegie In-
stitute at Pittsburgh to include a
portrait of Dr. Victor C. Vaughan,
dean of the Medical School here from
1891 to 1921, in an exhibit of the
works of Gari Melchers that is be-
ing planned there. The portrait
hangs in Alumni Memorial Hall at
Authorities have expressed the be-
lief that this portrait represents the
best one that Mr. Melchers has ever
done and it is for this reason that
the Carnegie Institute wishes to in-
clude it in the exhibit.

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