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The Weather
Generally fair today; tomlor-
row probably fair and slightly

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Andre et Francois,
A Happy Pair ...
Detroit's Non-Partisan,
Governmental System .



World Alarm
Grows As Rifts
On Two Fronts
Are Intensified
Tokyo Anti-British Feeling
Is Climaxed By Threats
To Break With London
Mussolini Recalls
Envoy ToFrance
Diplomatic relations at two ends
of the world were at high tension
yesterday as the result of grave inter-
national incidents in Shanghai and
the aggravation of Italo-French dif-
Ambassador Vittorio Cerruti was
recalled from Paris by Premier Mus-
solini at the same time that a British
delegation, preparing to go to Bel-
gium for a peace conference, waited
for the report on the killing of three
British soldiers by Japanese troops at
Shanghai Friday.
The shooting of the soldiers was
the latest incident in a series that
served to strain Anglo-Japanese dip-
lomatic relations since the machine-
gun shooting of Sir Hugh Knatch-
bull-Hughessen, British ambassador
to China.
A late report by the Associated
Press indicated even more complica-
tions with the wounding of three
British soldiers by stray shells.
Increased anti-British feeling was
reported froni Tokyo where the

Challenges Industry

Union To Hold
Its Open House
Program Lists Tumbling,
Dancing, The Glee Club
And University Exhibits
Women To Have
Use Of Front Door
The annual fall Union open house.
will be from 7:30 p.m. until 10:301
p.m. Wednesday, it was announced
yesterday by John Thom, '38, presi-
dent of the Union.
The University Glee Club will sing
and a tumbling team that appeared
last spring at the Michigras will pre- I
sent a program from 8 until 8:30
p.m. in the main ballroom.
From 8:30 p.m. until the open
house closes, Bob Steinle and his!
Melody Men will play for free danc-
ing in the ballroom.
Several exhibits for the lobby and
the first floor reading room are
The marine engineeringdepart-
ment will have a boat model, the
geology department will demonstratel
a model geyser, the American Insti-I
tute of Chemical Engineers will d em-!
onstrate distillation and show photo-
micro-graph pictures and the Ameri-
can Society of Mechanical Engineers
will demonstrate the operation of an
electric refrigerator.
Other exhibits, plans for which
have not been completed, will be
presented by the physics depart-
ment, the zoology department, the!


Windsor's Fortune
May Go To Create
Labor Peace Era

Wolverines Beat Illinois
TU'11 s


Housing Expert
To Be Speaker
Low Price Home Building
Need Will Be Discussedj
By State FHA Director
Raymond M. Foley, State director
of the Federal Housing Administra-
tion, will find a "Challenge to In-1
dustry" at 4:15 p.m. tomorrow in anj
address on low price housing. He
will speak in the auditorium of the
School of Architecture.

NEW YORK, Oct. 30.- (;') - The'J
New York Journal and American in a F or Second COn
copyrighted story says the Duke of
Windsor's visit to the United States is
in connection with the organization
of an international philanthropic
foundation to study and improve the
living and working conditions of
workingmen and relations betweenE
employers and employes.
The article, citing "an authorita-
tive source," says in part: iieanng Of Margin Change
"With the cooperation of theI
Duchess of Windsor, the Duke willereBoard Explained
. devote his time and much of his for -
tune to the enterprise. Additional
funds will accrue through voluntary
contributions of future associates. Responsibility For Market are guessing with respect to the profit
"From the principal nations, in- I Fall Appears Assumedofsr Ciimstances tes.may have con-
cluding the British, outstanding in- By FRBSi o lSn ditioned the guesses of all concerned
dustrialists, dominant labor groups i, immonSays include, in addition to the stiff mar-
and leading civic organizations will TFgin requirements and lack of restric-
be invited to cooperate. The action of the Federal Reserve tions on short selling, the capital
"The foundation will assemble in- gin requirements for long selling and gains tax, the tax on undistributed
formation from all corners of the setting up margin requirements for profits, heavy income taxes, budget
globe-statistical material, the views short sales without any explanatory certaiity, de-wisterilization of gold, v-
lof employers and the stated needs of statement places the Board in a bad ernment policiesg war sdfcares and the
employes, theories of political ec- light, Dr. Edward C. Simmons of the like, Dr. Simmon~s said, but it is im-
onomists and reports of social work- economics department said yester- liseble sasdha uay itecaseor
ers. day. possible to say that any one cause or
"From this data, experts will corn- By withholding explanation of its{cain on tontof such causes
pile the conclusions into a set of action the Board seems to assume Te essefor tresumpd
specific recommendations, these to responsibility for the stock market in a subjective way: If traders see
be recommended by the foundation decline last week because of the for- (Continues on Page 6)
to employers and employes. mer stiff margin requirements and
"In effect, the foundation will seek former lack of restrictions on short' Atpin
to establish desirable standards of selling, he explained. a n w ar
living and working conditions meet- Under the new action of the Board
ing the best needs of the workman effective Nov. 4 margin requirements ToB Analyzed
and his family and undertaking to on long sales are lowered from 55 perj
prove to the employers that such cent to 40 per cent of the current-
changes will be to his advantage." market price and a margin of 50 per By journalist
The Duke's fortune is estimated cent must be placed on all short
The $4,o000 in the latest unofficial sales. Formerly the Board made no l
report, the newspaper says, besides the matter up to the individual nex Coumittee On Medical Aid.
which there is his annual $125,000 changes andptheN dYokEchange To Spain To Hold Open
salary from the British government. H d pe
Financial assistance also is x- ad as a result set up its own rule Meeting Here Tuesday
pected, it was stated, from existing These requirements apply to rela- "Spain at War" will be analyzed
foundations. ; tionships between brokers and their by Leandato we, lor earisycor-
customers only, but regulation in the by Leld Sto e or r -
S 1eheNewYorHe

Gives Illini

C Season
Trosk Passes \For Initial
Score And Tallies Point
To Break The Deadlock
Recovered Fumble

(Daily Sports Editor)
CHAMPAIGN, Ill., Oct. 30.-With
characteristic calm, little Fred Tros-
ko booted a placekick squarely across
the goal posts late in the third quar-
ter today to give Michigan a 7-6 vic-
tory over Illinois and to spoil Coach
Bob Zuppke's 25th anniversary party
before 29,000 homecomers in Me-
morial Stadium.
A few minutes prior to his payoff
boot, Trosko had pitched a 39 yard
pass to John Nicholson, Wolverine
end, who gathered it in on the run
and galloped untouched for about 15
more yards and a touchdown which
put Michigan back into a ball game
they seemed determined to lose.
Illinois tallied by marching 69
yards from the second half kickoff,
culminating the drive by Ken Zim-
merman's fumble which rolled across
the Varsity goal and which Willard
Cramer, Illini guard, pounced on for
the score. Jack Berner's attempted
conversion sailed wide of the bar.
Coach Zuppke Honored
During the half, Coach Zuppke
received a brief, though touching,
testimonial to his coaching regime as
director of Illini football fortunes.
Illinois' President Willard read dra-


"Council on the Current Situation, Mr. Foley, who has been with the aeronautical engineering department'
an unofficial body including members FHA since its inception, has often and the transportation engineering
of the parliament, army leaders and expressed the opinion that the build- department.
industrialists, suggested that Japan ing industry must meet the pressing Diverting from the usual custom,
might break off diplomatic relations problem of producing "a sound, liv- women will be allowed to come in the
with England. able house within the means of the front door of the Union for the open'
The refusal of Japan, a signatory average worker in a liveable neigh- House.
of the Nine-Power agreement to re-wrirvadg"u
spect China's territorial integrity, to Rborhood."
attend the Brussels meeting Nov. 3 Revived building in Michigan, a NY H
was recognized in diplomatic circles especially in the Detroit area, has * 't Hel
as a serious obstacle to any talk of been accredited by many authorities
to the influence of the FHA. ( K y To Future
peace. R The talk is open to the general
The sudden departure r is public. The subject will be of in-
of Italian Ambassador Cerruti was sr studensof bus-tinesus
ministration, economics and sociol-1
made, according to a well-informed o as well as of architecture the
diplo cd to sed an Ambassador o announcement of the lecture empha- New York City's choice at the polls
tw a. .. Si',P'tI_ I Tiipgdq~v h~fwp M nf r f orell n H



Rome. Instead, a Charge cd Aflaires - v ..
was left in control of Italian rela- Many of the phases of the building La Guardia, labor-backed candidate,
tions rather than recognize the Ital- industry will be discussed, including and Jeremiah T. Mahoney, regular
ian conquest of Ethiopia. financing, real estate, contracting, Democratic nominee, may have a
Informed diplomatic quarters said purchase of materials and building profound effect on the policies of
that the recall of Cerruti would ren- mechanics. both major political parties in thel
der more difficult French and Ital- 1938 and 1940 national elections.
ian negotiations over the non-inter- La Guardia, New Deal champion,
vention deadlock on the Spanish civil Independents To See and Republican nominee, has the
support of the American Labor Party,
wai. Mussolini Retaliates fIlinois Game Filmsthe Communist Party and a strong'
Meanwhile the Spanish Ministry of wing of the Socialist Party. Mahoney,
Defense was notified that the British I former Tammany district leader and
freighter Jean Weems was sunk Sat- Organization To Hold First judge and head of the AAU, has be-!
urday morning in the Mediterranean hind him the newly founded Anti-
by Insurgent airplanes which had Meeting Thursday Night Communist Party and a number of
dropped 15 bombs. bolted AFL leaders.
The crew of 26 included two non- Moving pictures of yesterday's A deadly blow will be dealt Tam-
intervention observers, whose names l Michigan-Illinois football game will many in the election by the new sys-
were given as Gustavo U. Chesom of be shown through the courtesy of tem of proportional representation in
Sweden and Arnold Cifif of Lithiu- Coach Harry G. Kipke at the Inde- voting for the city council. "P.R."
ania. pendent Men's Organization smoker should give leadership to Brooklyn,
7:30 p.m. Thursday in the Union. where New Deal and anti-Tammany
This meeting, the first general one boss Frank V. Kelly is the favorite.
'Lost Battalion' Escapes of the semester ,is open to all men If Prosecutor Thomas E. Dewey,
students on the campus. Plans for, known for his attacks on Tammany
From Ruins Of Chapei zoning rooming houses on campus rackets, is elected District Attorney of
and future work of the group will be Manhattan, Tammany will see the
SHANGHAI, Oct. 30.-(P)-China's discussed after the movies. last stronghold slip from its fingers.
"lost battalion" escaped from a be- Organized last year with the aimt
sieged warehouse after withstanding of giving non-affiliated men on cam- CONCERT POSTPONED
repeated, heavy attacks by Japanese. pus their own social, athletic and A concert by the Ann Arbor Civic
They left 200 dead. The survivors service group, the Independents have Orchestra scheduled to be given to-
fled into the International Settle-! already participated in the Michigras night has been postponed until next:
ment and were interned. Americans and Orientation Week and have Sunday, it was announced yesterday.
evacuated homes in the Hungjao dis- worked in conjunction with the Var- The concert will be given in Jones
trict sity Band in selling tickets for Var- School under the auspices of the Par-
TOKYO-An unofficial council of sity Night. ent Teachers Association, with Mayor;
army men and members- of the Ja- Cider and doughnuts will be served Walter Sadler opening the appear-
panese parliament cheered a resolu- after the meeting. ance.
tion which charged Great Britain
with assisting China and served no-
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Luhen pereok transactions among rok-Tribune and Pulitzer Prize winner in maniciganeacqured"its secn
ers, members or dealers on the ex- foreign reporting at 4 p.m. Tuesday. n. Michigan acquired its second
change has been modified in a similar He will speak in the auditorium of
Ju ilee direction.Perry School at Packard and South Michigan's victorious football
While stiff margin requirements (Division Streets. team will arrive in Ann Arbor
p or ato i and almost unrestricted short sell- Mr. Stowe is the first American early this morning. The gridders
Sor ation inmay have been part of the causenewspaperman to return from a sur- are scheduled to leave the-train,
for the market slump, it must not be vey of the Spanish war zone, having at the Michigan Central depot,
forgotten that stock trading is at rcnl opee oro h about 8:15 a.mn.
Strasen Is Guest Preacher best a great guessing game, Dr. Sim- Cordoba, Guadarramas and Aragon -- ou- -:1-m.
At St. Paus, Will Talk mons said. He quoted J. M. Keynes, sectors. conference win of the season by con-
Inorma A dE s td Egecuonis as sain r Theaddress is sponsored bydthe centrating its offense in five sharp,
In German A-d English that market fluctuations are the re- Ann Arbor Committee on Medical rapid thrusts. Otherwise, the Maize
suits of the guesses of the individual Aid to Spain. It will be open to the and Blue spent the afternoon thwart-
Three Ann Arbor churches will traders guessing what other traders public, Prof. John F. Shepard of ing an Illinois eleven that revealed a
commemorate today the 420th Vni- --_- - - _--- -- Ithe psychology department and surprising running game.
versary of Martin Luther's posting of! State Tm EsaL i Ichairman of the committee, an- Illinois obtained 123 yards from
the famous 95 theses on the church i atI 2oEsabis51 nounced. scrimmage, whereas the Kipke men
door at Wittenberg, Oct. 31, 1517. Fr Lab B During his career abroad, Mr.) got only 56. The local boys also
The Reformation Day sermons at reeLaborBureau Stowe covered events in Spain of the amassed 10 first downs as against
St. Paul's Lutheran Church will be period between the fall of the Primo three for Michigan. In yardage
delivered by a guest preacher, the!, DETROIT, Oct. 30.-(1P)-Frank A. de Rivera dictatorship, the establish- gained from forward passes lies the
Rev. C. Strasen of Plymouth, at 9:30 Picard, chairman of the Michigan ment of the 1931 Republic, and the story of Wolverine success. They
a.m. in the German language and at unemployment corapensation com- bloody repression which accompanied made 78 yards on six tosses, while
10:45 in English. mission, announced today that the the crushing of the 1934 revolt in the Illinois could do not better than 49
10:4 inEngish.mision annuncd tday hatthe Asturias.
The Rev. Earnest C. Stellhorn, pas- state would establish its own free! Whuileasyards on 18 flips.
tor of the Zion Luther Church, has employment offices next week in De- I While making his present tour ofh Illinois A Constant Threat
chosen for his sermon at 10:30 a.m. troit, Grand Rapids and Flint. inspection, Mr. Stowe talked at length From the first stanza until the
"h s Lutheranism?" T N aps ymFnt. -with the commanders of the Abra- flurry of points in the third, Illinois
h The National Reemployment Serv- ham Lincoln and the George Wash- hovered at the threshold of Mich-
Henry 0. Yoder ' pastor of the Tr- -ice, he explained, is withdrawing ington Battalions, American anti- igan's goal line. Even on the first
nity Lutheran Church, will speak at from the field in those districts and fascist units enlisted in the Loyalist kickoff Bill Barclay wagged an in-
10:30 a.m. on "The Reformationthe Michigan State Employment army. I vitational thumb at the foe by fum-
Challenge." Service will take over the free serv- He also interviewed President Man- bling on his own 33 yard line. After
At the Sunday morning worship ice the NRS has offered. Frederic S. ual Azana, Premier Juan Negrin and two light punches at the center of
service of the First Methodist Epis- Schouman is acting director of the Generals Sebastian Pozas and Jose the line, the Illini took the air. Their
copal Church Dr. Charles W. Bra- state service. Miaja, commanders, respectively, on first pass was incomplete, but on the
shares will consider the subject theArgnadM rifots
"Ann Arbor." Palmer Christian of The Detroit office will be opened h ra and Madrid fronts. next play Zimmerman found Berner
Monday. Schouman and his aides Mr. Stowe, Professor Shepard said, on Michigan's 18. A penalty set the
the music school is at the conso will go to Grand Rapids and Fit predicts a Loyalist victory. There are I mini ba
and directs the choir. . early in the week.now in the region of 500,000 men the Wolverines weren't receptive to
"Unfinished Business" is the sub- fighting in the government trenches, any more advances through the line,
ject of Dr. W. P. Lemon at 10:45 a.m. } he says. The new efficiency in in- so Berner tried a placement from
in the First Presbyterian Church. ICampus Groups To Meet dustry has greatly increased the the 19-yard stripe, but big Don Sie-
The Rev. R. Edward Sayles will ! P Ttempo of production behind the gel broke through, smothered it and
speak on "Habits of Jesus" in the; Over Co-Op Integration lines. recovered for Michigan on the 28.
First Baptist Church at 10:45 a.m. The meeting at which Mr. Stowe Ms running game couldn't
At the First Congregational Seven organized groups will meet will speak is part of the national budgeichinois' line, and smart re-
Church, Prof. Harley H. Bartlett who! to coordinate plans for cooperatives campaign of the North American, turning of Trosko's kicks by Bob
has traveled widely in the Dutch!"at 7:45 p.m. tomorrow in Room 304 of Committee to Aid Spanish Democ- Wehrli kept the Wolverines retreat-
East Indies will talk on "Reminis- I the Union. racy, under the direction of Bishop ing in their own territory, where they
cences of Sumatra" following the! The Rochdale Student Cooperative, Francis J. McConnell of the Meth- (Continued on Page 3)
Student Fellowship Supper at 6 p.m. the Girls' Cooperative, Socialist odist Episcopal Church.
At the Service of Worship at 10:45' House and the Wolverine eating co--Experts Discuss
Dr. Leonard A. Parr's sermon will be op, the organizations, that compose RUTUVEN TO ATTEND MEETING To
on "The. Tragedy Of The Incom- the Cooperative Council, will be rep- President Ruthven and Dr. Clar- Sno- Relations
plete." ! resented together with the Ann Ar- ence Yoakum, vice-president of thea
At Harris Hall the Rev. Henry bor Cooperative, the Independent University and dean of the Graduate
Lewis will address Episcopal students Men's Organization, the Saline Val- School, will attend a meeting of the Hall, Remer And Stanton
on 'Christian Marriage in a Pagan ley Farms, the security committee of Association of American Universities
World." Holy Communion, celebrat- the Progressive Club and interested in Providence, R. I., from November Speak At Supper Today
ing All Saints Day will be celebrated faculty members. 11 through 13. The historical, geographic and eco-
at 10:00 a.m. on Monday morning.Thhitrclgeraicndco
"Liberal Ferment and Foment," , nomic background of the Sino-Jap-
will be the Rev. H. P. Marley's topic Trip To Dental Clinic Discloses 1 anese war will be discussed by three
at 11 a.m. in the Unitarian Church. I university experts on Far Eastern af-
At the evening session of the Liberal fairs at the International Relations
Student's Union at 7:30 p.m. Dr. } ,uogs Of The Asseim bly Line Era Supper sponsored by the American


tice that diplomatic relations were in
LONDON--Fatal incidents among
British in Shanghai war zone in-:

To Give Clue To Business Plans!


crease tension between Great Britain
and Japan. WASHINGTON. Oct. 30.--1P)- laxation announcement was de-'
PEIPING-Both Japan and Russia Events are shaping to focus public scribed as satisfactory by reserve!
were reported to be increasing mili- attention on President Roosevelt's board officials. The reaction in mar-
tary forces between Manchoukuo and message opening the coming special ket and financial circles in New York
Soviet Siberia. session of Congress more sharply than was more significant. While the tech-I
on any similar utterance since his nical aid toward stabilization of day-:
p trick T peak 1933inaugural address. mto-day market operations was wel-
I o suggestion has yet come from corned, the intervention from Wash-'
To Education Group the President himself of any pur- ington was read as forecasting fur-j
pose to expand that address beyond ther Government moves to encour-
the outline of a legislative five-point age private enterprise, chiefly in the
Dr. William H. Kilpatrick has been program such as he sketched in his way of revision of the undistributed
chosen as featured speaker at the recent fireside chat. Yet evidence of profits and capital gains taxes.
joint sessions of the Progressive Edu- cumulative pressure upon him-and PIresident Roosevelt declined in his
cation Association and the Parent upon assembling members of Con- press conference Friday at Hyde Park
Education Institute, to be held here gress-for action promptly to stem to give any light on his attitude to-'
starting Nov. 11, it was announced, downward business trends and re- ward such proposed tax changes. He
yesterday. verse the prolonged downswing of the reverted instead to reiteration of the
Dr. Kilpatrick will speak on "Edu- stock market increases day by day. , contention that raising the purchas-


Martha Colby of psychology depart-j
ment will talk on "Impression of At-,
titudes in the Orient and in the If you want to feel like unit 12,- stained teeth for upwards of an hour
West." 934 on the Ford assembly line, and with his sharp instruments, the dent
incidenally have your teeth cleaned produces his little wooden polishers
Freh a Ptthoroughly, drop in some afternoon!
Freshman Party Decides I at the dental clinic. and this time goes at it with powder.
Its Four Year Program j You enter the clinic and wend At this point one of the instruc-
your way through the forest of chairs, tors walks over and proceeds to ex-'

Association of University Women at
6 p.m. today in the Union.
The symposium will consist of talks
by Prof. Robert Hall of the geog-
raphy department, Prof. Charles Re-
mer of the economics department
and Dr. John W. Stanton of the his-
tory department.

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