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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

WEDNESDAY, OCT. 27, 1937

TH MCIGNTAL

Expect Japan
To Take Part
In Peace Talk
Nipponese May Participate
In Brussels Conference
With U.S.S.R. Absent

Amur River Is
Japanese Goal
Stanton Asser
Shanghai Offensive Call
Diversion; North Chi:
Buffers Seen Real An

(Contined from Page 1) (Continued from Page 1)
their chests. In that spirit Japan ciety, was established." The p
defied the European powers ing1932. pose of this organization was to g
But the international situation i control of the Amur for Japan,
different now and despite her asser- Stanton explained, and thus proN
tions Japan is forced to tread more a barrier against Russia while all
warily. The United States has added ing Japan to exercise preponder
*her influence to that of the League, influence in Korea, Mongolia
an influence that may be very great Manchuria.
in Japan.
The feeling is prevalent that only At present, he said. Japanese m
an aroused America could have tary plans seem to aim at cutting
thrown over the new neutrality pol- China from possible Russian as
icy and embarked upon collective tance. "This explains why the J
action. And so Japan may sit down anese have established their influe
with the Washington pact signatories in Inner Mongolia and are attem
because she feels that she cannot ing to extend it to Sinkiang," he s
afford to stay away. "Japan still hopes to create in No
Or she may participate in the China one or more satellite states
parley hoping by her presence to be a barrier to Russia and also in or
able to prevent the other nations to weaken the Central Governm
from taking as drastic action as of China." As for the fighting rot
might otherwise beh considered. Cer- Shanghai, Dr. Stanton regardst
tainly she would find herself in a as merely a military diversion on
more favorable light than if her case part of the Nipponese command.
were to be presented to disapproving Commenting on the statement
nations in her absence. By her pres- Gen. Baron Sadao Araki, formernm
ence the parley may be transformediGer.fBar a Ak , pbrmer
from a group of nations sitting interday, in which the latter spoke
judgment upon Japan to on either the t so
sincerely desirous of peace or ham-thprblencsiyohsco
pered in decisive action by her pres- try's striking directly at Russia,
ence. Stanton said that Araki's influe
had declined considerably since
failure of the coup d'etat of last yE
British Author in which he was involvedNevert
Brit h tless, in Dr. Stanton's opinion,
AN- -diminutive Arai (he is just four f
W i A dlreSS 10 inches tall) will figure more2
more in the march of Japanese ar
for he has always been a leading
Students Here ponent of Russophobia and of"i
perialism in Asia.

Miss Hilary Newitt, English author,
will speak tomorrow at the League on
existing conditions in Europe. Her;
talk will be sponsored by the Hillell
Foundation, the Liberal Students'
Union of the Unitarian Church, the
Progressive Club, the Faculty Com-
mittee, and the Student Religious As-
sociation.
Miss Newitt has travelled and lived
in a number of European countries,
besides studying'in Geneva, Switzer-
land. Her main interest is the wom-
en's question, their influence and
contribution to the economic and po-
litical world of today.
She has just completed the book,
"Woomen Must Choose," a study of
the- position of women under fascism,
socialism and democracy. Storm Ja-
meson, a leading women writer, has"
written the introduction to the Eng-
lish edition. An American edition is.
in preparation.
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Every Trouser taken
from $30 to $40 Suits.
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for fall wear.
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EVENING RADIO
PROGRAMS

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P.M.
6:00-Tyson Sports
6:15-Dinner Music
6 :30-Bradcast
6:45-Musical Moments
7:00-Amos 'n' Andy
7:15-Kottler Conducts
7:45-NBC Soloist
8:00-One Man's Family
8:30-Lady Esther Serenade
9:00-Town Hall Tonight
10:00-Hit Parade
10:45-Michigan Highways
11:00-Newscast
11:30-Dance Music
12:00-Dance Music
WJR
P.M.
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6:20-Victor Arden Orch.
6:45-Clem and Tina
7:00-Poetic Melodies
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9:30-Mary Roberts Rhinehart.
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P.M.
6:00-Day in Review
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7:30-Lone Ranger
8:00-Eddie Duchin
8:30-Sidney Skoisky
8 :45-Coach Bachman
9:00-Tonic Time
9:15-To Be Announced.
9:30-Child Study Assoc.
10:00--Gen. Hugh S. Johnson
10:15-Nola Day.
10:30-Waltz Interlude.
11:00-Tomorrow's Headlines.
11:15-Eddie Bratton (Saks)
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9:00-Vincent Lopez Orch,
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10:30-Melodies from the Skies
11:00-Canadian Club Reporter

Behind The Scenes At I
., Or Censorship Of The
ts Wherein Readers Learn has been tea
About Copy> Rep>orters heads writte
led Knittin C y R Trin s read the cop,
ina K h ciated Press
(Continued from Page 1) place or "pl
__._ the bottom
dumbwaiter to the composing room column on t
cated in his
where they are set up in type on the strudins
)ur- linotype machine.
ain Proof-reader Black takes the lead The deadl
Dr. slugs that emerge from the machine page m t a
vide and places them in a tray or galley. a.m.
ow- The type is smeared with printer's N.E. Smit
ant ink and a galley-proof is taken on a inches more
and hand press. Black, using the proper front page, h
sign, changes "Porfessor" to "Profes- that doesn'
ili- sor" and "perl" to "purl." The in- lights on the
off dicated corrections are then made by The make
sis- the linotypist. from its ga
ap- Meanwhile the night editor, who stained arm
nce
pt-
aid. lasfe i
s as
der
ent
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Rochester, N.Y. 17.10
Buffalo, N.Y. 14.90
Chicago, Ill. 10.00
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FOR FURTHER I

Fhe Daily,
Purl Stitch
ring his hair trying to get
n, answer the phone and
y pouring from the Asso-
machine, has decided to
ay" the knitting story at
of the page in the last
he left and has so indi-
dummy or sheet of in-
the make-up man.
ine approaches. The front
be ready for the flat-bed
second later than 2:15
h discovers that he has 10
than he needs for the
1e looks around for a story
t have to run, his eye.
knitting article.
-up man lifts the story
lley, he poises his ink-
in mid-air for a spilt
mond wrist watch. Re-
ne 7717. 124
St. Bernard. Reward
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urday, Delta Tau Delta
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eward. 134
nd yellow golddwatchand
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"One of the year's ten best plays" - Burn
Comedy hit direct from New York run
WHITFORD KANE in original re
----- A PLAY PRODUCTION PRESENTATION
Thursday, Friday and Saturday Evenings

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second and then heaves Professor 1
Doe and his condemnation of purl1
stitches into the "hell-box."
You, dear reader, never see theI
story, which becomes molten lead to-
day. Its destined place on the page
is filled by an Associated Press story
about the stock market's most recent
gyration.
And tomorrow the Knitting Asso-
ciation secretary may call the Publi-
cations Building to say that freedom
of the press has been abridged be-
cause N.E. Smith viciously suppressed
controversial statements about the
purl stitch in modern society.

Michigan Gas Supply
Can Provide For City
There is sufficient natural gas in
Michigan to add Ann Arbor to the
communities supplied from the State
fields, Mayor Walter C. Sadler told
city councilmen and members of the
civic natural gas committee Monday
night.
"It would seem," the mayor said,
"that the American Production Co.
is failing to bring Michigan gas to
Ann Arbor because wejre so close tor
Detroit we will upset the market there
if this is done."

NOW!

NOR
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Densmore Featured
On ,Radio Program
Prof. Gail E. Densmore of the
speech department again will bring,
his class in the pronunciation and
derivation of words to the micro-
phone at 3 p.m. today over Station
WJR. This is the second time that
Professor Densmore has appeared
this year on the University of Mich-
igan half hour broadcasting program.
The program deals with the correct
pronunciations and interesting deri-
vations of common words frequently
mispronounced.

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Washington, D.C.
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24.20
30.30
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10.90
9.25
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22.45
5.15
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Simple Arithmetic
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tables able to be found. If that doesn't make
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NFORMATION CALL MICHIGAN UNION -4151 --DICK SAMUELS

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