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SUNDAY, MAY 13, 1934 Mr. L. F. Dow (100 R.L., Wednes-.
VOL. XLIV No. 162 days at 2).
Notices This announcement applies only
President and Mrs. Ruthven will be to candidates in the following depart-
at home to members of the faculties ments: Ancient and Modern Lan-
and other residents of Ann Arbor on guages and Literatures, History, Eco-
Sunday, May 13, from 4 to 0 o'clock. nomics, Sociology, Political Science,
Philosophy, Education, Speech.
To the Members of the University
Couneil: The next meeting of the Lectures
University Council will be held on University Lecture: Dr. Hans von
Monday, May 14, at 4:15 p.m. in Room Hattinberg, Special Lecturer in Psy-
1009 Angell Hall. chotherapy at the University of Ber-
Louis A. Hopkins, Secy. lin, will lecture on the subject "Wom-
Special Faculty Meeting, College of an's Dilemma" at 4:15 p.m., Thurs-
,Seie Anthe Arts:The ,day May 17, in the Natural Science
Auditorium. The public is cordially
Faculty will meet in Room 1025, An- invited.
gell Hall, Tuesday, May 15, at 4:10 '
o'clock, for the consideration of the University Lecture: Professor Ernst
Special Order on Entrance Require- Beutler, Curator of Goethe Haus in
ments. Because of the importance Frankfurt, Germany, will lecture in
of this special order, every member of German on the subject, "Das Werden
the Faculty is urged to be present. von Goethes Faustdichtung im Wan-
del seiner Weltanschauung," Tuesday,
Choral Union Members: Members May 22, 4:15 p.m., Natural Science
of the University Choral Union are
of te UiverityChoal UionareAuditorium. The public is cordially
requested to return their music books invited.
to the office of the University School
of Music, Maynard Street, between
the hours of 10 and 12 and 1 and 4 Exhibition
daily, not later than Friday, May 18, The 5th Annual Exhibition of
in order to receive back the deposit Sculpture of the Division of Fine
of $2.50. After May 18, no refunds Arts on display daily at the Michigan
will be made. League until June 20th.
Students of the College of Litera- Architectural Building Exhibition:
ture, Science, and the Arts: 'A meet- An exhibition of representative stu-
ing will be held in the Upper Amphi- dent work in architectural design,
theatre of the Dental Building at construction, free-hand drawing,
4:15 on Tuesday, May 15, for students painting, and decorative design, is
in the College of Literature, Science, being shown in the corridors and in
and the Arts and others interested in the main exhibition room, third floor,
future work in Dentistry. The meet- of the Architectural Building. Open
ing will be addressed by Dean M. L. daily, 1:00 to 5:00, including Sun-
Ward of the School of Dentistry day, May 13. The public is invited.
A Red Cross Life Saving Examiners'E
Train~ing Course will be conduicted by Events Today
Mr. Robert F. Eaton, representative Stalker Hall: 6:00, Program Ap-
from National Red Cross headquar- praisal Discussion led by Gordon Hal-
ters. Classes for men will le held stead.
2:30 to 5:30 p.m., Monday, Tuesday, 7:00, Supper and Fellowship.
and Wednesday in the' Intramural
pool. Classes for women will be 7:00 Presbyterian S udent Appoint-
to 9:30 p.n. in the swinning pool of ments-:
the State Normal College At Ypsilanti. 7:30 Sunday Morning Breakfast,
Mr. Eaton will be available for inter- Church House.
views Monday morning, May 15, at 10:45 Morning Worship. Theme,
10:30-12:00 at the Michigan Union, "The Family Inheritance." Dr. Fer-
room 302. guson.
5:30 Social Hour and Supper.
Life Saving Class for Women: 6:30 Student Forum. Leader, Da-
Members of the class who wish to go vid French, "Student Religion."
to Ypsilanti for the Examiners Tests
bn Monday, Tuesday, and Wednes- Harris Hall: At 7:00 the discussion
day, are asked to meet at 6:30 at will be led by the Reverend Henry
Barbour Gymnasium.Lewis
Academic Notices Saint Andrew's Episcopal Church:
English +.onors Course: Jniors Services of worship today are: 8:00
who wishi to be admitted to English am. Holy Communion; 9:30 a.m.
197-198 in 1934-35 should leave their Church School; 11:00 a.m. Kinder-
names with Mrs. Tenney in the Eng- garten; 11:00 a.m. Morning Prayer
lisp Office before May 20. and Sermon by the Reverend Henry
Lewis. The choir will sing special
Economics 52: The examination on music at the 11:00 o'clock service.
Monday, May 14, at 2 p.m. will be o
give in he fllowng roms:Roger Williams .Guild: 10:30 a.m.
given in the following rooms: Worship at the church. M. Sayles
Mr. IHorner's and Mr. Palmer's sec- will speak on "Mary, the Mother of
tions -N. S.. Aud.1: ,
Mr. Mott's sections -101 Ec. Jesus" 12:00 M. Student Group for
Mr. Orr's sections -31 A. H. discussion, at Guild House. Mr. Chap-
r rein - A.H. man will lead. Topic, "The Crisis in
To Graduate Students in Educa- Modern Life and Its Challenge."
tion: The preliminary examinations Lutheran Student Club: Meet at
for the doctor's degree in Education LuherallStdntClp:meetrat
will be held on May 24, 25, and 26. td orih lng at 4:00 pm. forape
All students planning to take these initting. Transportation will be pro-
examinations should notifyver.vided. If the weather is unfavorable,
oody's Offce, Roo 4000, Universitythe meeting will take place at the
High School. . Parish Hall.
Reading Examinations in French: Unitarian Church: LiberalStudents
Candidates for the degree of lh.D.O Union, 10:45. Professor Wood of the
in the departmentslisted below whoScooyDpitmn pas R-
Sociology Department speaks : "Re-
wish to satisfy the requirement of a flections on Humanism, Pro and Con."
reading knowledge during the current Mrs. Koella will sing Grieg's, "My
academic year, 1933-34, are informedD
that examinations will be offered 'in Dear Mother."
Room 108, Romance Language Build- Young People's Society, Church of
ing, from 9 to 12, on the following Christ (Disciples): Miss Jean Cowin
Saturday mornings, May 26 and Aug- will present a paper and lead a ds-
ust 4. Under exceptional circum-
-..,.-. ,cussion on "The Reformation and its

stances, individual examinaotins may
be given at other times. It will be Bearing on Modern Christianity" at
be ive atothr tmes Itwil bethe meeting this evening. Tea at
necessary, in each case, to register at, 5:0, meeting at 5:30.
the office of the Department of Ro-
mance Languages (112 R.L.) at least First Methodist Church: Special
one week in advance. Mother's Day service at 10:45 a.m.,
It is desirable that candidates for Dr. Frederick B. Fisher preaching on
the doctorate prepare to satisfy thiss
requirement at the earliest possible
date. A brief statement of the na-
ture of the requirement, which willE
be found helpful, may be obtained at
the offilce of the Department, and EH" SHOW OF
further inquiries may be addressed to
____- GayAiry
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Slosson Claims
Far East War
Is Irnprobable
Says Position Of League
Is Dependent On Stains
Of Ja A paqAnd I SSMa
The chance that Japan and lRus:ia
might clash over their conflicting in-
terests in'Asia is "about one in four,"
Prof. Preston W. Slosson,' of the his;-
tory department, stated in an inter-
view yesterday.
Japan, now firmly entrenched in
Manchuria, might conceivably push
westward into Outer Mongolia, which
the Soviets consider a Russian sphere
of influence, Professor Slosson said.
.Should this occur, arm-ed conflict
would not be unflkely, he asserted.
Whether or not another Russo-Jap-
anese war would lead to world war i
is dependent upon the attitude takeIn
by other nations, whether one or both
of the rival powers belong to the
League of Nations at the outbreak
of war, and upon incidents similar
to the' sinkiing of the Maine in the
Spanish American War and the Ger-
man march through Belgium in the
World War, he said.
The position of the League of Na-
tions, Professor Slosson explained, is
unpredictable. Japan has petitioned
to withdraw from the League while
Russia is now being considered as a
possible future member. The status j
of these countries in relatin to the
League, Professor Slosson ponited out,
will largely determine that body's ac-
tion. Should neither Russia nor Japan
be a member, the League could step
in as intermediary only if other na-
tions protested that the Russo-Jap-
anese conflict was a distinct menace
to world peace. It would then have
to decide whether or not to apply
pressure, he stated.
for next year will be elected. Re-
Alpha Nu initiation will be held in
the Alpha Nu room, Angell Hall, Tues-
day, May 15, 5:00 p.m. Initiation
banquet will be held at the Union at
6:15. Members desiring to make res-
ervations may do so by calling Frank
Aldrich, 8472,or William Groening,
4145, or Charles Rogers, 4872.
Sigma RhoTao: Last regular meet-
ing of the year next Wednesday at
7:45 in the Union. Prize contest in
Hall of Fame speaking. Elections of
officers for next year, announcements
of promotion to higher rank, and final
announcements for Tung Ol ban-
quet. Due to the special importance
of this meetir, the presence of eyery
member is expcgted.
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Tests herI

Tests in life saving and first aid
for students who wish to qualify for
positions as life saving directors in
summer camps will be conducted by
Robert Eaton, national field repre-
sentative of the Red Cross, who will
arrive in Ann Arbor tomorrow morn-
Mr. Eaton will hold personal inter-
views from 10:30 a.m. to noon tomor-
row with all students desiring to take
the tests, whereas the examinations
will take place from 2:30 to 5:30 p.m.
tomoirow, Tuesday and Wednesday.
Reservations are essential and may
be made with Eugene Wilhelm and
Melvin Levy before noon Monday,
May 14. All former members of the
society are cordially invited.
Poetry Reading Contest: The pre-
liminaries for this contest will be
held Monday night, May 14, at 7 o'-
clock, Room 205 Mason Hall. All
contestants should be present at that
time to draw for the order of speak-
ing. -J_11'-epu..c.i.:invite -_to 4a4ten.

Works Years To Win
Medal; U. S. Says No
Fate plays very strange tricks, Dr.
John J. Abel, professor-emeritus of
pharmacology at Johns Hopkins Uni-
versity will tell you.
Once a student in the literary col-
lege here, he was the recipient of the
Kober Medal at the meeting of the
Association of American Physicians
last week. But Dr. Abel never: received
the handsome gold medal. Instead, he
was presented with a bronze substitute
and a check to make up the difference,
This was necessary because of the in-
tervention of the United States Trews-
ury Office, which was unable to au-
thorize gold for the decoration.

TAXI-Phone 9000. Seven-passenger,
cars. Only standard rates. lx
There will be an outdoor meeting
of the Lutheran students club this
afternoon at 4 p.m. Transportation
will be provided from the Parish Hall.
In case the weather does not permit,
the meetingwill be held in the Hall.
July 19-26, 1934. Students interested
in the Far East are invited to attend.
Facul-ty Women's Group: The Bib-
liophiles will meet at 2:30 Tuesday


this contest.
Varsi-ty Ba
hearsal Mond
iis Hall. All'
Band must be
Michigan L
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day, in the UJ
Election of lo(
the year will t
are invited.

blc is mnvited to attend
.d: Concert Band re-
ay at 5:00 p.m., in Mor-
members of the Concert
eague Against War and
ll meet at 5 p.m.,'Mon-
Jpper Room, Lane Hall.
Pal officers and plans for
be covered. All students

. G --- -- - -- .appa au ,lpm iu.a w u
Railroad Control," by Professor I. L. p.m., Monday, Room 213 Haven Hall.
Sharfman. Current business of the year will be Mr. Namiji Itabashi, who is a stu-
"A Study in Multiple Taxation," by transacted at this time and it is im- dent of Meiji University, will speak
Dean Henry M. Bates. portant that all members be present. at a meeting Monday at 8 p.m., Room
1035 Angell Hall, on the subject of
Botanical Seminar meets Wednes- Adelphi Banquet will be held, Tues- "America-Japan Student Confer-
day, May 16, at 4:30, room 1139, N. S. day, May 15, Michigan League, 7:00. ence," which will be held in Tokyo,
Bldg. Paper by W. R. Taylor, "Bio-
logical Aspects of the Galapagos Is- --
lands" (illustr ted). enoR
Special Assembly: There will be a se YT ra
special assembly for students in edu- WE bR1 W00OtvRet
cation in the University High School
Auditorium at 4:10, Tuesday, May 15. Let a Permanent Campus Organization make
The program will be presented by stu- your arrangements at no incrCasC over
dents in the correlated Course in Edu-
cation. regular tariff rates.
Mtclian'cal Etngineers: 'here will
be a meeting of the A.S.M.E. Monday Airplane, Steamship, Railway and Hotel
May 14, at 7:30 p.m. at the Union.n y
Prof. H. C. Anderson will speak to Reservations in anyart of the world.
the group and a report of the Spring ______
Student Conference will be given by MtIC HEIGA l A ELAL E T RAVELRE
W. W. Gilbert. Membership in the
Junior Grade of the parent society ALUMNI MEMORIAL HALL
will also be discussed. Mechanical
Engineers in addition to the Stu- "A /ucric/a Express World-Wi/e(f Scrt'icc'
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