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1936

THE MICHIGAN DAILY

New Deal Must
Be Renounced,

Brucker

Says

Michener And Brown Als<
Address Meetings Her
During Last Week
The speech of former Gov. Wilbu
M. Brucker, Republican candidate fo
United States Senator, Friday nigh
ended a busy week for Ann Arbor a
far as the present political campaigr
is concerned.
Brucker, speaking before a Republi-
can rally in the Masonic Temple
urged that we renounce the New Deal
and "resell America to Americans.'
He stated that under the New Deal
Amrica has adopted a form of govern-
ment that our forefathers would have
turned their backs on. "We must
elect Landon and save America," he
shouted.
Also appearing on the program
with Brucker was Congressman EArl
C. Michener, candidate for reelection.
Prentiss Brown, Democratic candi-
date for the United States Senate,
spoke here Wednesdaybefore a Dem-
ocratic rally in the Chamber of Com-
merce rooms. He spoke upon the So-
cial Securities Act, and condemned
the way the Republicans had miscon
strude its meaning in presenting it
to the laboring class.
At the meeting Wednesday, Charles
Downing, Democratic candidate for
Congressman; John D. McGillis,
Democratic candidate for state sen-
ator; Theodore Fry, Democratic can-
didate for state treasurer; Mrs. June
Fickle, vice-president of the Demo-
cratic National Committee of Iowa;
and George T. Gundry, Democratic,
candidate for attorney-general, also
spoke.
King's Marriage
Would .Be Lawful
Slosson Explains
"Will King Edward VIII marry Mrs.
Simpson?"
Among the numerous questions per-
taining to international European
problems which deluged Prof. Pres-
ton W. Slosson in his History 91 sec-
tion, appeared this query which the
interrogator probably thought was as
internationally significant as whether
or not Russia would send arms to
Spain.
But because of the problems which
the question suggested pertaining to
British cutom, Professor Slosson an-
swered it.
First he explained that if the King
married Mrs. Simpson he would be
entirely within the law, there also be-
ing historical precedent for such ac-
tion in the person of Henry VIII
who several times married a com-
moner in his matrimonial escapades.
Then, too, the Archbishop of Can-
terbury has the privilege-and may
exercise it-of refusing to unite the
king in matrimony with Mrs. Simp-
son because she is a divorcee. It
might prove embarrassing to the
King if he were forced to descend to
a registry to be married.
Professor Slosson intimated that
the King might pass on his royal
title to his brother if he were deter-
mined to marry, in order to quell the
comment of the people.
In conclusion, Professor Slosson
stated that the only restrictions upon
the King are the custom of the rayol
and the church.
Course In Teaching
Technique Offered
The School of Education in co-
operation with the University Exten-'
sion Division will offer starting Oct.
27 a new field course, it was an-
nounced 'recently. The major ob-
jectives of this course are suggested
by its title "Recent Studies of In-

structional Techniques in Elemen-1
tary and Secondary Schools."
There will be 16 sections of the
course, 11 in the cities of lower Mich-
igan and five in cities of upper Mich-
igan. There will be eight meetings in
each section in Lower Michigan and
seven in each center in the Upper
Peninsula, it was stated. The in-
structional staff will consist of six-
teen members of the faculty of the
School of Education.

German Army Maneuvers Stress lopkins NowIn aifa
OFFICIAL On Way To Seleucia
BULLETIN Secrecy, Speed, Heneman Finds Clark Hopkins, director of the Se-
leucian excavations of the University
SUNDAY, OCT. 25, 1936 (continued from Page 1) "The trucks and other motorized of Michigan, has written Dr. Frank
VOL. XLVII No. 25 equipment are also entirely camou- E. Robbins, assistant to President
cialist army was the very latest that flaged, being cleverly painted with RHi , Patne hsarroved m
Notices has yet been devised by military sci- various colors that blend with na- leucia. on his way to Se-
SenateReception: The members of entists, Professor Heneman said, and tural scenery," Professor Heneman
the faculties and their wives are cor- included airplanes, tanks, anti-air-saidN and chief photograprer of the g
dially invited to be present at a re- craft guns, anti-tank guns, both heavy During conversations with the Nazi
ception by the president and the land light artillery and multitudes of soldiers, Professor Heneman found cavating paity, has been forced to re-
senate of the University in honor of trucks, that most of them held the opinion m ain in Haifa, because his passport
the new members of the faculties to "In case of war," Professor Hene- that the army was for defensive pur- the Syrian government.
be held on Tuesday evening, Oct. 27, man declared, "trucks will apparently poses against the expected attack
from 8:30 o'clock until 12 o'clock iK be relied upon very heavily to carry from Russia. Dr. Samuel Yeiven, who joined the
the ballrooms of the Michigan Union. troops to points where surprise at- "Everything about the games was party at Haifa, will continue with it.
The reception will take place between tacks can be launched." While wit- very realistic as far as 'the threat of eo-
8:30 and 10:00, after which there nessing the games at Gustrow, in the bolshevism' is concerned," Professor
will be an opportunity for dancing. northern part of the Reich, Profes- Heneman said, "the army attacking
No individual invitations will be sent sor Heneman said that during one from the East being known as the
out. attack, the entire body of soldiers 'Red' army." Mon. thru Thurs. - Shampoo
on one side launched a drive on the In order to insure the rapid trans- and Finger Wave . . 50c
central front. Then most of the portation of troops in the case of
ofteture Scence and the CArtse troops retreated back to the truck war, the National Socialist govern- Nationally Known Perma-
Thfie-we, freshmand rerts: depots, leaving a few at the front ment has launched an extensive pro-t .....$3 to $6
be due Oct. 31, Room 4, University to keep up appearances of the cen- gram of building wide concrete roads Machineless Permanents $6.50
Chairmn., Admc Cunseorsty tral attack. As soon as the soldiers that are arranged in horizontal, ver- - Open Evenings
Hall. E. A. Walter, arrived back at the depots, the nu-# tical and diagonal order over Ger-G D A
hairman, Academic Counselors merous trucks whisked them away to many so that the mobilization of sol- RAGGEDY A
another flank where they were suc- diers to any border of the nation can BEAUTY SHOP
The Health Service will administer cessful in crossing a river and sur- be accomplished in an exceedingly c Ph. 7561 1114 S. University -
a vaccine for the prevention of colds prised the opposition from the rear. short time, Professor Heneman said. -

ALLIED YOUTHS MEET
I More than 200 young people from
the lower peninsula of Michigain at-f
tended the state conference of Allied AT-E ITREIT
Youth held here yesterday to discuss JE 1 EI E R
problems of the day. WATCH & JEWELo REPAIRING
Colvin Jackson, Detroit; John Fau-
rot, Jackson; and Donald Gary of
An Arbor led discussions at theREDTED YCLSIES
Jones School on youth and alcohol READ THE DAILY CLASSIFIEDS
and youth and business. -~~
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to as many students as are desirous of
taking it. This will be done up until
Nov. 15. No charge is made for this
service. The vaccine may be obtained
by calling at the Health Service on
Tuesday or Saturday mornings be-
tween the hours of 8 and 10.
Tour of Law Quadrangle for For-
eign Students: The students in the
class in English for Foreign Students
will be specially conductd through
the Law Quadrangle, Tuesday, Octo-
ber 27, at 4 o'clock. Any other for-
eign students who are interested may
join this tour. The group will meet
promptly at 4:00 in Room 201, Uni-
versity Hall.
Volleyball, Women Students: All
girls living in League houses or pri-
vate homes who are interested in
playing volleyball are invited to play
on the Independent Team. The first
game will be played on Wednesday,
October 28,bat 4:30 on Palmer Field.
Concerts
Choral Union Concert: The Chi-
cago Symphony Orchestra, Frederick
Stock, conductor, with its full quota
of approximately 100 players, will
appear in the second concert in the
Choral Union concert series, Monday
evening, Nov. 2, at 8:15 p.m.
A limited number of both season
and individual concert tickets are
available, and will continue on sale
at the office of the School of Music
until the supply is exhausted.
Organ Recital: Palmer Christian,
University organist, will play the fol-
lowing program in the Twilight Or-
ganRecital series at 4:15 o'clock,
Wednesday afternoon, October 28,
in Hill Auditorium. The general
public, with the exception of small
children, is invited without admission
charge.
Chorale, "Rejoice Beloved Christian"
...........................Ducis
Sarabande ...............Couperin
Minuet et Gigue en Rondeau ....
.Rameau
Largo (Concerto grosso No. 12) ..
.............. Handel
Fugue in E Flat ..............Bach
Symphony for Organ, No. 6, in G
...........................Widor
Allegro, Adagio, Intermezzo,, Can-
tabile, Finale.
Academic Notices
Economics 51: Rooms for the hour
examination on Thursday at 2 are
as follows:
Aldrich and Simmons' sections,
101 Ec.
Danhof and C. J. Anderson's sec-
tions, N.S. Aud.
G. R. Anderson's sections, 1025 A.H.
Dufton's sections, 231 A.H.
Luchek's sections, 205 M.H.
(Continued on Page 4)
Cummings May Talk

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Homer S. Cummings, United States
attorney-general may speak on the
Union Forum series Tuesday, Rich-
ard L. Shook, '38L, president of the
Rooseveltians, said last night. Shook
said he would probably know defi-
nitely whether Cummings is coming
by Monday.
If Cummings comes, he will be the
third prominent partisan to speak on
the Union Forum this year.

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