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March 22, 1938 - Image 2

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War Secretary

Rebel Forces



fus, '36

Vigorous foreigh policy with
support for Czechoslovakia and
firm stand on Spain is necessary,
contends Britain's war secretary,

National Magazine
,clueat s e .
M eetAsks For Material
Here May 24-28 ___
Undergraduate writers who would
Michigan's sixth annual Adult Edu- like to see their work published in
ition Institute will be held at the a national collegiate magazine were
niversity May 24 to 28 under the asked yesterday to get in touch with
uspices of the University Extension Stan Swinton, '40.
ervice and the Michigan State Fed- Swinton was recently appointed
'ation of Women's Clocal representative for the newly
'Clubs.founded "Student Spectator" maga-
Education, literature and the arts, zine which is printed in Lansing and
ad international relations will be distributed throughout the country.
ie topics of discussion during the
rst three days of the Institute. May
7 and 28. the Adult Education Insti- Picture In Sunday's Daily
ite will merge with the School Not Dr. Henry Crane's
ealth Education Institute which is
eing sponsored by the Extension The picture on the front page of
ervice and the Division of Hygiene Sunday's Daily was not that of Dr.
ad Public Health of the University, Henry Hitt Crane, as marked, but of
gether with the Michigan School 1r. Hjalmar Schacht, former ec-
ealth Association. onomic minister of Germany. Dr.
The two meetings have been plan- Crane, pastor of the Elm Park Episco-1
ed so that persons attending the pal Chidrch, Scranton, Pa., is deliver-
rst will be able to stay over for the ing the Loud lectures here until to-
cond. morrow.
Classified Diret ry '
FOR SALE . meets. Ready cash waiting for you.
Phone Sam. 6304.
OR SALE: Radio Phonograph andL
Ain ,1av.lrec.nrs Phone 53 LOST AND FOUND

To Stage Mass Meeting
Here Tonight Protesting
Cordell Hull's Inaction
(Continued from Page 1)
lish department, and Rev. H. P. Mar-
ley of the Unitarian Church.
Neafus was a battalion observer
and political commissar attached to
the MacKenzie-Papineau battalion
of the International Brigade at the
time of his capture, letters received
by friends here indicate.
Neafus' capture was reported in an
Alcaniz dispatch by William P. Car-
ney in last Wednesday's New York
Times telling of the rebels taking an
"entire Government brigade" at Cal-
It is known here that two other
Michigan students, Robert Cummins,
'37, and Elman Service, '39, were al-
so attached to the MacKenzie-Papin-
eau battalion,,Cummins as a runner
and Service as a truck driver. Since
they were not mentioned as being
among the four Americans captured,
conjectures are that they either were
not at the front at the time or else
escaped during the march into Al-
Carney said: "Instead of conduct-
ing them (the prisoners) to the rear,
however, the Insurgents disarmed
them and instructed them to follow
Generalissimo Francisco Franco 's
troops into Alcaniz . . some took
advantage of the almost complete
absence of vigilance by their captors
and slipped away without their arms
during the all-night march. They
probably tried to reach their lines
south of Calenda, but General Mi-
guel Aranda's troops, advancing to-
ward Alcaniz . . . were almost certain
to catch up with these fugitives."
Neafus' capture was discovered
here yesterday morning when stu-
dents, who had sent him a package
containing chocolates and cigarettes
through the Friends of the Abraham
Lincoln Brigade in New York, re-
ceived a letter referring them to the
Carney story. A hectic se rchI
through several editions of Wednes-
day's Times brought no results until
the Late City Edition was uncovered.
Neafus graduated from the forestry
school here June, 1936 after working
his way through school almost en-
tirely. He won his "M" on the wres-
tling team.
As a student he worked during the
summer as CCC foreman on the Gla-
cier National Park. After getting his
degree, he went to the Nicolet Na-
tional Forest in Wisconsin, where he
held a job as permanent foreman
for the National Forest Service, as-
signed to a CCC camp.
Every form of dancing.
open 10 to 10. Terrace
zlarden Studio. Wuerth
Theatre Bldg. Ph. 9695
4 2nd Floor

LOST: Brown billfold containing sum
of money and identification Satur-
day afternoon between campus and
Majestic. Reward. Edward Tripp.
5663. 465
LOST: Sussex wrist watch with in-
itials, R.P.S. to W M.A. Call 2-3363.
LOST: Kappa Alpha Theta pin be-
tween Observatory Lodge and Ul-
rich's. Jane Garnett. Telephone
2-3341. 4f6

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231 SOUTH STATE - Phone 9242 - 8 Doors North of Kresge's
3 for 69c 3 for 69c
$2.19 a Dozen $2.19 a Dozen
Manufactured by Pennsylvania Rubber Co.
The Department of Physical Education
for Women presents
Monday, March 28th
Ann Arbor High School Auditorium
Tickets at Wahr's and Barbour Gymnasium
50c - 75c - $1.00 - $1.50

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