SX THE MICHIGAN DAILY
TUESDAY, MARCH 30, 1937
Transit Problem Scholarships Pure Aryanism Craze Has Hit
Is Debate Subject Will Be Given Nazi Germany, Gaiss Declar
Detroit's rapid transit problem will
be the subject of a unique three cor- ount PU hl5
nered debate conducted by Sigma P Women Dye Hair Blond,, of the original Celts in the
Rho Tau, engineering speech society ! But Forein Traces Are 1faces which often appear."
against Wayne University 'and the All Washtenaw County high schoolgI The woinen of Germany are
University of Toledo tomorrow night principals have been asked to choose Noticeable, He Says familiar with silk dresses, pe
at 7:45 p.m. in the Union. from among their students those who nent waves and such feminine
In this type of debate developed by might be able to qualify for alumni The pure Aryanism craze has in- purtenances, Professor Gaiss
the University of Michigan last year undergraduate scholarships to the vaded the majority of the populace I with a twinkle, "in fact such
each team presents a complete solu- University of Germany, Prof. Aloysius J. Gaiss vices are quite as common as
ion to the problem and then submits The scholarships will take carp of said yesterday in commenting on are in this country," he added,
to cross-examination by both the op- tuition which will be extended from ee omtc r aoTe
'some human interests aspects of the: a oe;s nihrpwe
posing teams and a board of experts. semester to semester if the scholar- countrya te resse a foreign man women use neither powde
Miciga wll aseit arumetsship of the student meets the re-I country as they. impressed a foreign paint 'yet they have a natural r
Michigan will base its arguments Ihpo h tdn et h e visitor. complexion that might well be
on the Miller-Shawn.. plan, a plan quired standards. Each year 50 schol-.m
onithewMilder-Shawnbylan, aeplantarships are granted in the state. Good' Other Races Present envy of any Michigan coed."
which was developed by the Detroit1
housing commission last year. The scholarship and financial need are . "The craze is so prevaient that Many Modes Of Transpor
University of Toledo is expected to the basis on which thr scholarships girls dye their hair blond to increase The many modes of transport
niverty o syoed ig exectendtoare made. their Aryan appearance," he said. now in vogue in Germany immed
use of trolley-buses. i The final selection o those who "In spite of all the efforts being ly attract the foreigner's atte
will receive scholarships will be made made, however, there are still certain Professor Gaiss said. "A typical
C coashipswillde ad eundeniable traces of other races. As man main street nowadays rer
by Clarence S. Yoakum, dean of the one travels from central Germany one of street scenes in China
Mto dals Offered Graduate School. Interviews will beto Saxony and Prussia, for example," Japan," he continued. "For exa
schepdnulduring April, so scholar- he continued, "there is an unmis- in one town I recall looking o
r ship nominations must be ingby the takeable change in the faces of the my hotel window and observin
To 10 Victors beginning of this week, according to people, a tinge of yellow character- automobile, a horsedrawn beer t
Mr. Hyde. Additional members of the istic of the Slavs. Then too, there a haywagon pulled by oxen, a
In F stic Show local committee are Charles R. Hen- is a large percentage of the swarthy with a basket on his head, a wl
In Fistic Show derson and Joseph Hooper of the Mediterranean type in South Ger- barrow,ba man-drawn cart a
alumni club, many and one even sees evidences motorcycle all forming part of
LAND FOR PARK ASKED
WASHINGTON, March 28.-(/P)-
Sen. Prentis M. Brown of Michigan
es suggested today that Congress make
available for park purposes lands ac-
quired for conservation or foresta-
Irish tion within the maximum boundaries
of Islye Royale Park.
rma- turbulent activity of the street."
e ap- The attitude of the typical Ger-
said man toward other countries of the
de- world, as gleaned from the hundreds
they of natives whom he contacted, Pro-
how- fessor Gaiss expressed in a few
Ger- phrases from his diary. "The
r nor French," he said, "are sincerely de-
ruddy sired as friends, are thought to be
e the too communistic and are believed to
be dying out as a nation. The Rus-
t sians are considered by the German
layman to be the fatherland's great-
ation est enemy. "Communism must go"
diate- the German says. England is also
ntion, desired as an ally but it is thought
Ger- that the English are too fickle in
minds their international policies.
"To a service my roommate suggested.
It's quick and it's neat and
It just cawn't be beat - and the
VALUE just cawn't be bested."
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