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With even more pomp than he usually is accorded, Chancellor
Adolph Hitler is shown in this radioed picture as he left for Rome
to take inventory with Premier Mussolini of the Rome-Berlin axis. Der
Fuehrer in the cnter surrounded by Nazi emblems, is flanked by the
following high government officials: '(left to right) Wo. Gen. William
Keltel, chief of Germany's armed forces; Unidentified Fascist; Col. Gen
Werner vonFritzsch; Rudolph Hess, Hitler's Nazi deputy; the Chan-
cello rhimself; Paul Goebbels, propaganda minister; Hans Frank, min-
ister without portfolio; and Field Marshall Hermann Wilhelm Goering,
who remained behnd, in n Vienna as head of the Ugovernment."
Editors Fais To A .ree On Value
of Liberal Arts And t ournalism
By ROBERT P. WEEKS (Mg it interfere, as it so ,often does,
The controversy over the compara- with your earnest pursuit of your
ive merits of the liberal arts educa- University studies; and acquire as
ion in contrast to school of journal- much 'background' traing as you
isoraiSnn andteatim orewSnsm.
sera irkey woalp re fer d i possibly can during the period of
he editors of seven leading newspa- your stay at the University.
ters The que'sidnishtill as tun B. M. McKelway, managing editor
ecided as ever. of the Washington Evening Star, gave
thlierlwartseducton.h dthe advice that "to major in English
L.e etotewse eworkeimers, or .history or economics is very sound
Em lriaG allen, Whi etor ae, and, pi t rnion would be of more
owe teEmporia Gazette, saidto Eeartet of jhn ourlsm in journge-
ning Star, Kansas City 'Star, New vleism o "a , ors n ornl
York Sun and the Baltimore Sun, uni
asking if they would prefer to hire a ' Mis Dorothy Gow of the New Yorkf
reporter wh.o had obtainee a knowl- Times Educational InformationoServ-
dge of journalism in school or rather ice circumspectly observed, "Editors
mien who had studied English, history are pretty venly divided on the sub-
and economics after the manner of jet ".. . They all agree, however, that
the liberal arts education. a'a college background is important.
William Allen White, editor and And since there are now more good
owner of the Emporia Gazette, said, departments of journalism in colleges,
"Wa youlear na a shooohr-du nvriis oegauts ar
,help you more. Take all the econo.. knoweidege in the fields of economics,
mies, history, English, rhetoric and English, history and science is more
sociology you can and at least one valuable than merely technical
modern language and its literature." journalistic training."
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p.m. today. Class enrollment
nmteiy closes on that date.
Congress: There will be a meeting
of the District Council tonight at 7:00
p.m. in Room 306 of the Union.
Phi Beta Kappa: Attention is called
to the fact that the Annual Initiation
Banquet of the Alpha Chapter will
be held cn Friday, May 6, 6:30 p.m.
at the Michigan Union. All local Phi
Beta Kappas are welcome. Tickets
$1.00 may be bought at the door-
places should be reserved in advance.
The speaker will be Professor Karl:
Young of Yale University, his sub-
ject, "Education and Freedom."
Orna F. Butler.
Cerele Frvucais: There will be a
meeting of the Cercle Francais Thurs-
day, May 5, at 8 p.m. at the Michigan
League. We would like to have every-
Zoology Seminar: Mr. Reeve M.
Bailey will report on "A Systematic
Revision of the Centrarchid Fishes,"
and Mr. George M. Moore on "A Lim-
nological Investigation of the Micro-
scopic Benthic Fauna of Douglas
Spriii g Parley
Edtication Panels Leads
With 101 Attendance
Offlcial figures for attendance at
the Eighth Annual Spring Parley were
released yesterday showing that 403J
persons were present at the opening
session Saturday afternoon in the
Union Ballroom.,and 268 at the clos-
ing session Sunday morning.
Attendance at the -panels showed.
that education took the lead at 3 p'.m.
Saturday with 101 persons participat-
ing, but at 5 p.m. the number had
dropped to 90, relinquishing first
place to the opinions section, which,
had come up from 83 to 97.
Leisure time held the attention of'
68 persons from 3 to 5 p.m.; security.
attracted 24 and gained two adher-
ents in two hours and housing opened
with 33 but closed at, 23. The total
declined from 308 to 304 in those
The opinions. section began at 8,
p.m. Saturday with 89 persons and
reached a total of 118 one hour later.
Education drew 72 persons at 8 p.m.
and ended up with 76. Leisure time
interested 71 persons from 8 to 9 -p.m.
Housing began with 38 persons and
closed with 34.
Read It In The Daily
Lake, Michigan" on Thursday, May 0
at 7:30 p.m. in Room 2116 N.S.
International Council Tour- Foreign
students and American students in-
terested in taking the tour to Starr
Commonwealth, Saturday afternoon,
May 7, are requested to make their
reservations before Thursday after-
noon at 4 o'clock in Room 9, Univer-
All Phi Eta Sigma Members seeking
positions as officers will be inter-
viewed at the Union on Thursday at
A.I.Ch.E. Important meeting will
be held on Thursday evening, May 5,,
in 1042 E. Engineering Building at
7:30 p.m. Officers for next year w-l
be elected. Dr. A. S. Faust will talk
about graduate work. Refreshments.
Scabbard and Blade: There will be
an important meeting Thursday eve-
ning at R.O.T.C. headquarters. Meet-
ing will be held in the Drill Hall.
Lower Depths: The Art Cinema
League will present the French film
version of Maxim Gorki's "Lower
Depths" at the Mendelssohn Theatre
Friday and Saturday, May 6-7. This
picture has been acclaimed by French
critics as one of the finest French
'motion pictures ever made. The box
office will open Thursday at 10:00
Perspectives: Would all students in-
terested in submitting material for the
next"issue please place manuscripts
in the box marked Perspectives in the
English Office (third floor Angell
Hall) before May 10.
Michigan Transportation Club,
There will be a meeting Thursday,
May 5, at 7:30 p.m. in the Union. Mo-
vies will be shown and plans for the
trip to Lima debided upon. Members
be sure and be there.
Congress: All Independent men are
eligible to petition for offices on the
Executive Council of Congress, Inde-
pendent Men's Organization. Fresh-
men may petition as well as Juniors
All petitions are to be made out in
three copies and are to be submitted
in sealed envelopes marked "Congress
Judiciary Council." All petitions
should be taken to the Union desk
on or before May 7.
For complete information about the
form of the petition consult the Con-
gress bulletin board in the lobby of
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