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IMAGE SIX

THE MICHIGAN DAILY

TUESDAY, OCT. 27, 1936

PAGE SIX rjlj~j~i MICHIGAN DAILY TUESDAY, OCT. 27, 1936

Motion Pictures Japanese Plan For Olympice,
Of Student Life First TO, Take Place In Asia
TSent To rent Center Of Games Will Be where the original Olympic Games
...A o "were held. The stadium will be en-
Meij Stadium At Tokyo; larged to hold about 120,000 people,i
900 Feet Shipped To East Olympic Village Planned 10,000 more than the German Reich-I
By Alumni Association In sportfeld stadium this summer. The

the hop, skip and jump, and the mar-
athon. And it also stressed the in-
ternational good will tours of Ameri-
i can and Japanese baseball teams1
during the past years. The Michi-
gan baseball team was invited to{
play in several of these summer tours.

Finnish Students huHALLOWE'EN APPROACHES ercise sufficient supervision over their
Although Hallowe 'en is more than children at Hallowe'en time, because
To Organize Club a week away, numerous complaints at time the children tend to be
have been received by the police de- thoughtless. Police will deal severely
An organiza :on meeting for the partmnt concernig the pranks of with trouble makers this Hallowe'en,
purposes of forming a Finnish Club Ann Arbor children. Police Chief
Lewis W. Foley asked parents to ex- Foley stated.
on the campus will be held at 8 p.m.____________
today in the League, Aarne Kolion-
en, '37SM, announced yesterday. All
students of Finnish descent are urgedCOUDYOU-ALL GIVE ME MAYE I COULD TOO BAD, BUT £At'LL
to attend this first meeting, for which LITTLE HELP M15TER? GIVE YOU A JO6 BE TOO LATE!
a brief program has been arranged by MA WIFE AM SICK NEXT WEEK SHE'LL BE WELL AND
several interested students, Koljonen IBD_ ABLE TO WORK
said. I J1 r IHERSELF B THAT

PublicityProject
The Alumni Association yesterday
shipped nine hundred feet of 16 mm.
motion picture film depicting student
life for exhibition before alumni
groups in the Far East, according to
T. Hawley Tapping, general secre-
tary of the Alumni Association.{
The pictures were taken here on
campus and show all phases of mod-
ern campus life. Views of the cam-
pus from several points of vantage
are designed to keep the alumni in
touch with all the inew building de-
velopments including the new grad-
uate school and the raising of the
carillon bells. 'Shots' of seveal sports
events including the Indiana football
game, and others of a more educa-
tional nature including the forestry
groups at their labors are included.
Before their return to this country
in an estimated six months, these pic-'
tures will be shown to University of
Michigan clubs in Shanghai, Manila,
Canton, Tokyo, Korea, Nanking and
Honolulu. They will then be shown
to those clubs in this country which
have not yet seen them.
The Alumni Association maintains
two sets of films, the other of which
is at present to be sent to alumni
in this country. The films shown at
the Union Thursday night were in-
cluded in the latter group.
DAILY OFFICIAL
BULLETIN
(Continued from Page 4)
nouncing their first meeting of the
"Bible Study Classes" tonight at 7:30
p.m. at the League. The meetings
will be held for one hour. Watch the
League bulletin board for the an-
nouncement of the room.
The Graduate Club of the Hillel is
having a Knock-Knock Hallowe'en
party this evening from 7:30 to 11
p.m. at the Hillel Foundation. All
graduate students and theirnfriends
are cordially invited to attend.
There will be a State Street Junior
caucus in Room 318 of the Union at
8 p.m. today, according to Phil Loomis.
Sigma Delta Chi, national profes-
sional journalism fraternity, will hold
a luncheon meeting at 12:15 p.m. to-
day in the Union for members and
pledges.
Coming Events
Luncheon for Graduate Students
on Wednesday, October 28, at 12:00'
in the Russian Tea Room of the
Michigan League Building. Cafeteria
service. Carry tray across the hall.
Professor Bennett Weaver of the
English Department will speak in-
formally on "Sages, Satirists, and
Scholars."
Cercle Francais: The first meeting
of the year will be held on Wednes-
day evening, October 28, at 7:45 p.m.
in the Cercle Francais room on the
fourth floor of the Romance Lan-
guages Building. It is very import-
ant that all old members be present
Under the auspices of The Hop-
wood Committee, Paul Engle, Ameri-
can poet, will give a reading from
'is poems and discuss his poetry oi
Wednesday, Oct. 28, at 8:15 p.m., in
the Lydia Mendelssohn Theatre.
Tickets are on sale at Wahr's; The
Hopwood Room, 3227 Angell Hall;
and The Theatre Box office.
R.1.W. Cowdern, Director.
The Hopwood Awards.
Zeta Phi Eta: There will be a meet-
ing on Wednesday, Oct. 28, at 7:30
p.m. Room will be posted on League
bulletin board. All members are ex-
pected to be persent.

Faculty Woman's Club: The board j

Although the excitment of the last
Olympic Games is just dying down,
plans are already under way, fourE
years ahead, in Japan to make the
1940 Olympics the largest and most

swimming stadium will be increased
to a capaeity of 30,000, and a gym-
nasium for indoor events and tennis
courts will be added to the set-up. An
Olympic Village is being planned

Accordingly a committee of 50 prom-
inent men from all fields of work in
Japan was organized to make plans
for getting the games to Japan and
for organizing them. About $4,500,-
000 will be spent, with one-fourthof
this total being contributed by the
government.
The Games of 1940 should be
a~n vthn t-n{ intrri~r +Tv,

The purposes
group, according

impressive of them all, Prof. E. D. with somewhat of the same charac- among the mosti nteresting yet, Pro- to discuss inforn
Mitchell, of the Intraumural Depart- ter of the German one, including fessor Mitchell said, not only because of Finnish cultu]
, many modern facilities. of their new cultural and physical
ment, said yesterday. setting, but also because of the strong
"Japan was extremely anxious to Japan had been seeking the Gaines interest and enthusiasm of a whole
get the 1940 Games," Professor for a long time, Professor Mitchell people being put behind their de-
Mitchell said. "It had been planning stated, not only because of the pub- velopment.
and seeking them for a long time. On licity and economic advantages they __QUALI
the day before the Olympic Com- offer, but also because no Olympics POPUL
mittee met to decide where the games had yet been held in Asia. Eight had JOHN BARRYMORE DIVORCED
would be held, a national day of been in Europe and two in America, LOS' ANGELES, Oct. 26.-("P)-A MICH1
prayer was declared there. Then, so it was fitting, the Japanese pointed final divorce decree formally ended
with the help of the German and out, that the next should be in the today the marriage of John Barry- PHOTO
American officials, it was given the East. Japan then claimed that be- more and Dolores Costello. Miss
games, and a three day celebration , cause of its supremacy over other Costello applied for the divorce and
was held throughout the nation. So Asiatic countries in sports it had the Superior Judge Charles Bougue signed 619 EAST
complete were the plans of the best title to the Games. It pointed it. Divorce proceedings were started PHO
Japanese already that they were pub- out its rise in such track events as more than a year ago by Miss Costello.
lished and started into effect almost
that same week."
Most of the games will be centered
around the present Meiji stadium
and athletic plant in Tokyo. This is
not only one of the sport centers of
Japan, but the Japanese say that its
proximity to the Meiji shrine gives it
a religious and spiritual character
analagous to that of ancient Olympia,

and aims of this
to Koljonen, will be
mally various phases
ire.
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Michigan Dames: Book Group will
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at the League. All new Dames are
cordially invited.
Catholic Students and their friends
are invited to attend a party Wed-
nesday from 8 p.m. to 10 p.m. in the
auditorium of the Chapel.
New York Students: Men and wom-
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proposed New York State Club, which
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