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Tile IC.'"IC A N D AIJ VY

TUESDAY, NOV. 2, 1937

THE MIt IJIGAN IAJLY TUESDAY, NOV. 2, 1931

Three Figures Prominent In New York Election

Traffic Toll Held
Unavoidable Evil DAILY OFFICIAL
BULLETIN
(Continued from Page 1)
pedients. The relative value of each (Continued from Page 4)
must be determined and the proper tee.Everyone interested in working
proportion of financial and admin- on musical, dramatic, or dance proj-
istrative support allotted. This in- ects for the Michigan-Ohio American
tegration must oecome the serious Student Union convention is invited
problem of all governmental units. to attend a meeting of the Cultural
There must be a separate department
of government devoted to conducting Committee tonight at 7:30 p.m. sharp
the attack against highway depths, in the Union.
in order that all the different meth- John Malcolm Brinnin, Chairman.
ods of solution may be played up, -
over-emphasis on any one line pre-
vented.

'Directory' Chickens
I Already Being Counted
The Student Directory's business
,manager has gone out on the limb.
IIrving A. Mathews, '38, said yes-
terday that the Directory would be
out no later than Monday, Nov. 8.
He further pointed out that this year's
Directory is coming out two days
searlier than last year's, which ap-
peared Nov. 10.
"Furthermore," Matthews said,
"This Directory is coming out earlier
than any for the past three years."

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Fiorello H. LaGuardia, left, incumbent, seeks re-election today as mayor of New York City, standing on his
record of efficient and economical government. He is opposed by Jeremiah T. Mahoney, center, Tammany and
New Deal Democrat, who has made his chief bid for votes on the accusation that LaGuardia has fostered the
growth of Communism in New York. Right, is Thomas Dewey, Michigan man who gained national fame as
the destroyer of the notorious racket and vice ring of the city. He is running for election as New York
County district attorney on the LaGuardia ticket.

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DIES IN EXPLOSION
MT. PLEASANT, Nov. 1.-(P)-
Truman V. Smith, 31 years old, was!
fatally burned and his wife seriouslyf
hurt when a gasoline stove exploded.

FIVE DIE IN FLOOD
HAVANA, Nov. 1.--(P)-At leastl
five persons were feared drowned in{
floods that swept through SantaI
Clara and Orienta Provinces today. 1

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ie same time taking work here. Republic In Name
The present government of China,
Professor Remer declared, is a re-
SH spublic in name but is under the con-
incient H istory trol of the Nationalist Party, which
in 1928 ousted Russian militarists and
o.B S 1 sought to quash Communist influence
T i in China. Since then economic de-
velopment and military preparedness
Of Talk Friday have been pushed.
For years China was not on an
even basis with other nations, and
'rof. Olmstead Of Chicago even today, Professor Remer declared,
she is not treated equally with other
Oriental Institute To Give: powers.
Illustrated Lecture Here1 Eliminating the possibility of peace-
ful settlement of differences with the
Japanese, Professor Remer, neverthe-
Dr. Albert T. Olmstead of the less, envisaged the success of Chinese
niversity of Chicago will give an il-ationalism in the future
strated lecture on "Ancient Historyovin N uistic
armed Over' at 4:15 p.m., Friday T SovietUNonAccrintoD
the Natural Science Auditorium. Sthe Soviet Unio accordintopreso
The lecture will deal mainly with ItearnwEasnoTriangle," s na-
icient history in the Near East, and tre istrcEinterneTriangle es not al
ll deal with research that Professor tusi nhrdsr oke aa
lanstead has just completed in Syria, out of China. As the culmination of
alestine, and the Arabian countries. centuries of pushing east, the Rus-
sians reached Korea and the Mari-
r. Olmstead is a noted authority on time Provinces by 1850, clinching the
ear Eastern history and has writ- Russian victory over the British in
n several books on that subject. the race for the Far East.
hese include "New Testament:
ies," and a "History of Palestine Recently, Dr. Stanton said, the
1d Assyria." Russian policy has been to "keep
He is a professor in the Oriental China weak, but not too weak to fall;
istitute of the University of Chicago prey to Western Europe." Referring
id a graduate of Cornell University. to the Japanese success over Russia
He has served on the faculties of in 1905 and the conquest of Man-
'inceton University and the Univer- churia in 1932, the speaker pointed
ties of Illinois and Missouri. He has out that Japan, on the other hand,
so served as president of the Amer-i- aiming at a military ring around
n Oriental Society and has taken. China to keep out the Russians, has
tive part in field excursions into "swiped" the methods and objectives
e Near East. of Russia.
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