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THE M ICHhIG AN D A I3ii

THURiSDaY, MARCH 11, 1937

Graduate Placed In
'Cold Water' By Job
(Continued from Page 1)
of yesterday's session. Public ad-
ministration courses, he reported,
have graduated many individuals

{' call it that, is practically non-ex-
Rexist Movement Not A Seriouis $n"2 "
" M, veme t No A ".eriistent," he said. "Conditions are real-
y very bad, and the miners have good
Threat o Belgium ,K endall Iays reason to be dissatisfied." Mons is
in south-central Belgium, near Lille,
By ALBERT MAYI0 "they have been attracting the riff- French industrial city, where the sit-
The Rex movement, newest would- raff and floating population, many down strikes are said to have origin-
be addition to the blood and iron of whom are foreigners." ated.
party dictatorships of Europe, is not Fortified with Le Pays Reel, a "yel- Hieler, An Opportunist
a serious threat to Belgian democ- low ~ newspaper," Dr. Kendall ex- The handsome young Belgian Hiel-
racy, in the opinion of Dr. Henry plained, the Rexists have enunciated er, a good orator, who claims three
en a confused program embodying most- hundred thousand Belgians as fol-
M. Kendall, of the geography de-I ly criticism of the existing regime lowers, is. according to Dr. Kendall,
partment, who spent two semesters and advancing "as far as I can see, an extreme opportunist.
in Belgium studying population dis- no sound arguments." Another of Degrelle's ambitions is
mtribution. Degrelle Charges Graft to unite the industrial sections which

Sunday in Hill Auditorium, at the Health Service there are be- now high in Federal and municipal
The students participating it was tween 65 and 70 students who receive governments.
explained, were selected from the treatment everyday for broken bones, Impromptu interviews of applicants
student body on a tryout basis. They sprains and all kinds of strained I typifying college students will be car-
are Ellen Nelson, Grad., who will play muscles and ligaments, Miss Lillian ried out at the meeting of the con-
the first movement from Concerto in M. Nash, nurse in charge of the de- ference at 7:30 p.m. tonight in the
'G minor for piano and orchestra by partment, said yesterday. Union. The interviews will be con-
Saint Saens; Marguerite Creighton, Since the passing of snow the num- ducted by J. E. Bloomstrom, district
'31SM, who will sing Pauline's Air ber of broken bones has decreased, manager of Proctor & Gamble Co.,
from "Pique Dame" by Tschaikow- she said, but during the winter Detroit, and Robert B. French, super-
sky; Gratia Harrington, '38SM; play- months many students were hurt intendent of Berkeley schools. The
ing "Chant Triste" for violoncello and while skiing and tobogganing. Dur- latter will interview individuals seek-
orchestra by Arensky. ing the month of January, 872 stu- ing a teaching position.
Emilie Paris, Grad., who .will offer dents were treated in the department, Also listed on today's program are
"Burleska" for piano and orchestra according - to the Health Service talks by Mr. Bloomstrom on "Sales,"
by Strauss; Jane Rogers, '37SM, play- monthly report. and by Herm F. Petzold on the "De-
ing "Divinite d.u Styx" from "Alceste" Miss Nash said that the number of partment Store." The first of these
by Gluck; Kathleen Rinck, '40SM, students treated varies as different will be given at 4 p.m. in the Union.
who will offer the first movement sports are in season. One student Students and others interested will
from Concerto in G major for piano was waiting to be treated for a e welcome.
and orchestra by Beethoven. strained shoulder which he received-
at baseball practice. Another pa-LEdinonson, Bis op
C ~tient was being treated for a wrist he1
Canton, China strained playing golf, A woman stu- Leave For New York
dent was being treated for a knee in-
SChO.ars nsl jury received while playing basket- Dean James B. Edmonson of the,
ball. School of Education and University
L About 25 students are treated every Librarian William W. Bishop left
Are Available day by the whirlpool baths for today for New York where they will
Isprains, she declared. "They help attend a meeting of the Carnegie
to reduce the swelling and to relieve Corporation Advisory Group on Jun-
20 Students To Be Chosen the pain," Miss Nash said. A large or College Libraries.
In America For Stud amount of baking with dry heat is _
Ylalso done to relieve the pain of frac-
At Lingnan University tures and strained muscles, and to
help skin diseases, she stated.
Students interested in scholarships Some students come in every day if
to Lingnan University, Canton, they need to, but most of them come
China, should apply immediately at only every other day until they are
the office of Prof. J. Raleigh Nelson, well because conditions in the de-
Counselor of Foreign Students, at partment are so crowded, she said.
Room 9, University Hall, it was an---
nounced yesterday. 'sNucleus
The scholarships, which exempt s
the exchange student from payment
of room and tuition fees, are award- Is 1nvesi ati
ed to a limited number of students of
American .universities. There are 20
scholarships available this year, five IVBy Physicists
of which will go to women, and 15
to men. At present 25 students are
attending Lngnan on scholarships. ~_(continued from page__)__ __
Candidates for the scholarship
shoud hve scolaticrecrd f Cets about our sun; and each of these
should have a scholastic record of C elcrn otiuesangtv p N.K
electrons contributes a negative
plus. or B minus, and should have charge to the atom. For each nega-
completed at the time of going to tive charge contributed by an elec- 1 o *
China either their freshman or soph- tron there is a positive charge in
omore year. Christian character is the nucleus that cancels the elec-
a prerequisite and the applicant tron's charge and makes the atomI
should have an interest in inter-ra'- as a whole neutral.
cial and international matters. Par- Each of the positive charges in the
ticipation in extra-curricular activi- nucleus is conributed by a proton,
ties and the ability to participate in a particle of matter much larger
sports is highly desirable, and the than an electron, the electric charge
candidate should be assured of ade- of which, however, is exactly equal
quate financial means as it is im- to that of the electron but opposite
possible to augment his income by in sign-positive while the electron's
working, Professor Nelson said. charge is negative.
Katherine Taylor, '38, is one of the It is the number of electrons and
five women students from the United protons in an atom that determines
States who was awarded the schol- the chemical properties of an ele-
arship, and is at present studying at ment, and each element has been o
Lingnan University. assigned an atomic number which
is determined by the number of elec-
trans contained. The hydrogen atom,
or orities Hold the simplest that is known, contains
1 a nucleus of one proton and has but
Men's Hell Wyeek one electron rotating about it, thus
Iits atomic number is one. Silver has
an atomic number of 47 since each
(Continued from Page 1) -silver atom contains 47 protons and
and a lunch pail. Other houses re- 47eecrn
gratiyingdegre h s r n addition to a certain number
port a gratifying degree of embar- of protons the nuclei of the atoms in
rassment from pig-tails and other most elements contain a number of
quaint "hair-fixes," huge galoshes, neutrons, particles that have no elec- Ad
and night gowns. tric charge whatever but a mass equal Goals for Gold and Glory"
It was virtually impossible to un- to that of the proton. SPORT
cover the terrors of the Alpha Phi These neutrons have no effect upon
Hell Week from tight lipped mem- the chemical properties of an atom; Comig
bers who would disclose no more the chemical properties depend whol- -
than that it was given over to pro- ly upon the number of protons and G RA CE MV(
found and restful meditation, electrons. Moreover, the number of
One sorority sister ingenuously re- neutrons in atoms of the same ele-
marked that Hell Week was really ment varies. Thus different atoms of
tame at their house compared to the, the same element, while alike in __
formal initiation. "I think the ex- chemical properties, may have dif-
ecutive committee of the Interfra- ferent weights depending upon the
ternity Council is wasting its time number of neutrons in the nucleus.
with Hell Week," she declared, adding These different weighted atoms of
that four girls had passed out "cold" the same element are called isotopes
at their last initiation ceremony. of the element.-

Leon iegrene, yub g g L I~~
the Walloon section and leader of the
Rex, a political movement similar to
the German Nazi party, has lost con-
siderable prestige because of a series
of public fiascos and rash accusa-
tions which he has made against the
government, Dr. Kendall said.
Headed By van Zeeland
Startingas a party ocounter-ac-,
tion to the non-partisan coalition
government headed by the banker
van Zeeland, the Rex, he continued.
had attracted a considerable follow-
ing up to last November when a Rex-
ist mass meeting was dispersed by
police. The meeting, held in de-
fiance of an official edict, was the
first in a progression of incidents, Dr.
Kendall explained, which have hin-
dred the party in gaining new ad-
herents.
"Since the Rexists have been f9x-
bidden to hold meetings," he said,

Degrelle, Dr. Kendall continued. CAO to be socialistiche said, with
charges graft in government and the agricultural sections which seem
blames the bankers for all the ills of to want a dictatorship. But the many
Belgium. Van Zeeland, a personal unsupportedcharges which Degrelle
fried o Kin Lepol's, ormd ahas made, Dr. Kendall believes, have
friend of King Leopold's, farmed a de dLP Re
coalition government without tradi- made him and Le Pays Reel more
tional party lines at the king's re- amusing than dangerous in the eyes
quest, and seems, in the opinion of of the gians.
Dr. Kendall, to have followed a rath- '

er "level-headed" policy.
One of Degrelle's points. fighting
Communism, Dr. Kendall character-
ized as "not sincere." Only in the
Mons mining district is communistic
feeling strong, Dr. Kendal explained.
"The scale of living, if you can
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