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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

TUESDAY"', OCTOBER 8, 1935

SIX TUESDAY, OCTOBER 8, 1935

U.S. Neutrality
Is Proclaimed
By Roosevelt
President Warns American
Travelers To Keep Off
Belligerents' Vessels
Reverses Old Policy
Coast Guard Will Begin
Enforcement Of Ban On
Arms Shipments
WASHINGTON, Oct. 7. -- A) -
The United States was fully em-
barked today upon a precedent-shat-
tering neutrality policy capped by a
formal proclamation by President
Roosevelt admonishing American
travelers to keep off vessels of Italy
and Ethiopia.
As the 17,000 men of the coast
guard and customs service took up
today the task of preventing any ship-
ments of American arms and muni-
tions to the two embattled nations,
diplomats in the world's capitals were
busy studying over the President's
triple move over the week-end.
Goes Beyond That
Besides proclaiming the embargo
and the warning to travelers -two
steps provided for in the recent neu-
trality legislation adopted by Con-
gress - the President went beyond
the text of that legislation in another
move. He declared in a statement
that Americans who engage in "trans-
actions of any character" with either
of the belligerents will "do so at their
own risk."
This marked a distinct reversal
of policy. In the past the United
States has argued for the right of
neutral citizens and commerce, to
"freedom of the seas." Passionate
controversy about deaths and in-
juries suffered by Americans and
about restrictions on American trade
preceded this :country's entry into
the World War.
The warning to travelers was is-
sued last night after the President
had made his other two moves late
Saturday night. Since Ethiopia has
no merchant marine, the latest proc-
lamation affects only the ships of
Italy.
After quoting the authority con-
ferred upon him by the neutrality
law, the President proclaimed:
"Whereas I find that the protec-
tion of the lives of citizens of the
United States requires that American
citizens should refrain from travel-
ng as passengers on theavessels of
either of the belligerent nations;
Effect Uncertain
"Now therefore, I, Franklin D.
Roosevelt, President of the United
tates of America acting under and
by virtue of the authority vested in
me by the said joint resolution of
Congress, do hereby admonish all
citizens of the United States to ab-
stain from traveling on any vessel of
either of the belligerent nations con-
trary to the provisions of the said
joint resolution; and
"I do hereby give potice that any
citizen of the United States who may
travel on such vessel, contrary to the
provisions of the said joint resolution,
will do so at his own risk."
The effect of this proclamation on
the ships of Italy has yet to be cal-
culated. Dispatches from New York
quoted shipping men as saying that
the effect of the Italo-Eethiopian
quarrel already had been felt on pre-
vious trips of the Italian line's two
big express liners, the Rex and Conte
de Savoia. First class cabin lists on
those trips were described as smaller
than usual.

PHONE ON EUROPE'S PEAK
NALCHIK, U. S. S. R., Oct. 5. - (P)
- Telephone lines 65 miles long now
link the camps and inns on Mt. El-
bruz, highest peak in Europe.

Ladies Must Have
Their Rights Says
A Michigan Co-ed
With all types of students applying
for National Youth Administration
jobs, those in charge of allocating'
work have had lots of humorous ex-
periences, but about the funniest was
that of the co-ed who told them she
would consent to take a job, but if
she didn't like it, she reserved the
right of quitting.
"Surely," she was told, "we don't
want to force work on you. We're
offering it to you because we thought
you needed it."
"I do," said the young lady very
determinedly, "but I'm not going to
do anything I don't like.
"In fact," she added, "I even got
return tickets when I came to this
school. If I don't like it, I'm going
home."
The choosy lass got the job, and
NYA officials report that as yet she
has used neither her prerogative of
quitting nor her return tickets for
going home.
Art Cinema League
To Sponsor Movie
(Continued from Page 1)
superstition. Inhabited by people
who can trace their heritage to the
12 century, it retains the glamour of
its ancient beliefs. A common super-
stition is the conviction that pixies
kidnap only little girls. The natives
dress all their daughters in boys'
clothes and they feel that with this
precaution the spirits are fooled.
Few men of Aran die natural
deaths. They are the descendants of
the ancient race of Gael and they
have inherited all its qualities of fear-
lessness and determination. Despite
their desolate homeland they have
excitement enough in their daily lab-
ors.
The picture will not be easily for-
gotten. And the words of Professor
Price express the feelings of its audi-
ence. "I have seen it twice and when
it comes to Ann Arbor I will see it
again."
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Dr. Ward Honored
At Detroit Banquet
A banquet in honor of Dr. Marcus
Ward of the School of Dentistry was
given at 6:30 last night at Hotel Stat-
ler, Detroit, by the Detroit Auxiliary
of Delta Sigma Delta, dental frater-
nity.
Long in service to the University
of Michigan, Dr. Ward has gained
fame as a foremost dental educator.
He received his D.D.S. degree from
the University in 1905 after having
been graduated with the degree of
D.D.S. in 1902 from the Fenton Nor-
mal School at Fenton, Mich.
Attending the meeting in Detroit
were many of his University col-
leagues, also members of Delta Sigma
Delta, including Dr. R. W. Bunting,
Dr. U. .G. Rickert, Dr. R. H. Kingery,
Dr. John Kemper, Dr. Ralph Som-
mers, Dr. F. B. Vedder, and Dr. E. L.
Whitman, all of Ann Arbor, and
friends of the former dean.

Leads Duce's Men

Louis Manager's
Driver Arraigned
Stopped by state police on his way
from Chicago to Pompton Lakes, N.
J., Charles Bolden, chauffeur for
Julian Black, co-manager of Joe
Louis, was lodged in the county jail
yesterday on a charge of carrying
concealed weapons.
State police stopped Bolden on a,
charge of reckless driving, for which
he was fined in a Clinton justice
court.While searching him, the po-
lice found a' gun which was neither
registered nor numbered, and Bolden
was re-arrested.
When arraigned before Judge
George W. Sample in Circuit Court
yesterday, Bolden was silent as a plea
of not guilty was entered. He was re-
turned to jail until a $2,500 bond is
posted.

LITZENBERG ESCAPES INJURY driving on W. Washington St. failed
Karl Litzenberg, of the English de- to make a turn, swerved across the
partment, escaped injury Sunday street onto a sidewalk, blew out two
when the automobile in which he was tires, and hit a tree.

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-Associated Press Photo.
DIRECTS CAMPAIGN - Gen-
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this military pose as he reviewed
Italian troops in Eritrea, near the
Ethiopian border. He commands
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