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TIHE MTCAIIGAN niJIy

SUNDAY, MARCH 8,

European War
Possibility Is
Up To France
History Department Finds
Nothing Surpising About
Latest German Move
(Continued from Page 1)
nomic strength is concentrated there
in the form of mines and factories.
Furthermore, it was pointed out, it
was natural that the German people
should feel that the limitations which
have been placed on them are hu-
miliating in view of their rights as a
sovereign nation.
"There was nothing surprising
about the German action," it was
stated, "since it is just another step
in the tearing up of the Versailles
Treaty. It was bound to happen,
and when the issue would reach a
climax was just a matter of time."
Doubt was expressed as to the part
which Great Britain will play in the
affair, but it was pointed out that
she has always been a powerful bal-
ancing factor in Continental diplo-
macy.
Again it was stated that there is
nothing surprising about Germany's
action, since it is a natural step in
the process of liberating herself from
the limitations of the Versailles
Treaty. Nor is it necessary, the gen-
eral feeling indicated, that this par-
ticular incident lead to war, because
France, England and Italy, the other
parties to the treaty, have remained
passive in the face of Germany's ear-
lier activities, and may very possibly
follow this same course in the fu-
ture.
Says Graduates Need
Not Fear Unemployment
BLOOMINGTON, Ind., March 7. -
Dr. Harvey J. Locke, professor of so-
ciology in the University of Indiana,
said recently that those graduating in
the next few years will experience no
difficulty in securing positions. Dr.
Locke went on to say that he believed
those men who have lost their posi-
tions due to the depression will not
find jobs but will remain dependent.

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Crime Detector Italy Bids For
U.S. Good Wi ll
Schaefer Says -
Member Of Library Staff
Terms Italian Financial
Situation Acute
(Continued from Page 1)
tory, the feeling is less intense for
the Fascists than in the region of
"hot-blooded Italians" in the south-
ern part of the peninsula.
The Institute of Agriculture Li-
brary, where he worked, is, according
to Mr. Shaefer, the oldest interna-
tional institution established by
treaty, having been founded in 1906.
It is a modern library in comparison
with other European libraries since
PROF. J. B MATTHEWS few are established in Europe ex-
pressly for the purpose of housing
S C books, he said. Many of the Italian
Science, rim e libraries are buildings constructed
for other purposes, such as palaces,
To Be ToicObut converted into libraries.
SO However, he explained, Americans
i visiting Italy have instituted improve-
Publc Lecture ments, as have Italians who havevis-
ited this country, and many American
ideas have been transplanted to the
The manner in which chemical libraries of Italy. For instance, Mr. -
and other scientific methods can be Shaefer pointed out, the Vatican Li- S
used in fighting crime will be ex- brary has been improved due to the
plained by Prof. J. B. Matthews, efforts of a group of American librar-
(above), chairman of the University ians headed by Dr. William H. Bishop,
of Wisconsin's chemistry department, librarian of the University. -
in his lecture on "The Use of Scien- In Florence there has been dedi- M
tific Methods in the Identification of cated recently a large library which
the Criminal" at 4:15 p.m. tomorrow is much like the American libraries, -
afternoon in Natural Science Audito- having such features as departmental
rium. reading rooms which are similar to
Professor Matthews, who is being the graduate reading rooms in the
brought to Ann Arbor by the Uni- General Library, Mr. Shaefer com-
versity section of the American Chem- mented. However, it was stressed, the
ical Society, is recognized as an au- majority of libraries in Italy do not
thority in this field of scientific employ the circulation principle since
crime detection, according to Prof. many of their books are rare and
James H. Hodges of the chemistry expensive, while the majority of books
department. in the typical American library are
In addition to his duties at the Uni- current and comparatively inexpen-
versity of Wisconsin, Professor Mat- sive works.
thews has been called upon to teach Mr. Shaefer returned to his old post
scientific crime detection methods at the beginning of the second se-
in various police schools throughout mester as head of the Physics library.
the state. His work, according to If he again had the chance to go
Professor Hodges, has been highly to Europe, he would return to Italy.
praised by the police and bar asso- "The Italian government offers great
ciations of Wisconsin. and numerous inducements to tour-
ists," he pointed out.
ESTIC No- Willard Olson
-HOWING Will Speak On
Fascist Nations
HIAT STIRS YOUR ;Continued from Page)
ONS 8 a.m., and the morning prayer
and sermon by the Rev. Henry Lewis
will be delivered at 11 a.m. The
men's and boys' choir will give the
old full choral evensong at 7:30 p.m.
Mrs. Eugene Power of the Iealth
aVe Service will speak at the student
meeting at 7 p.m. in Harris Hall.
ding
The Presbyterian student forum, at
sky- 9:45 a.m. in the Masonic Temple, will
discuss "An Ancient and a Modern
msel Man Whose God Was Stolen." Dr.
is .William P. Lemon will deliver a ser-
mon on "About Certain Neighbors" at
fazing 10:45 a.m. The Westminster Guild
will discuss "That Strange Little
dz~ Brown Man - Gandhi" at 6 p.m.
deed r "Kagawa -Christianity Goes Eco-
nomic" will be the subject of the twi-
light service at the Unitarian church.
Prof. Willard Olson of the education
school will speak on "Education in
Fascist Countries" at the meeting of
the Liberal Students' Union at 7:30
p.m.

Peterson To Describe
Egyptian Excavations
Details of the work done by the
University's excavations in Egypt will
be described by Enoch E. Peterson, di-
rector of University of Michigan ex-
cavations in Egypt, in his address at
4:15 p.m. tomorrow in Room D of
Alumni Memorial Hall.
The lecture is sponsored by the
Research Seminary in Islamic Art.
Admission is free and the public is
cordially invited.
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