TIHE MICHIGAN DAILY SUNDAY. NOV. 21, 1937
Talks On India,
(Continued from Page 1)
school will be at the console and will
direct the Choir.
From 6 p.m. to 8 p.m., the Wesley-
an Guild will meet for supper and toI
hear Miss Sarah Chakko, instructor
at the Isabella Thoburn College in
India, speak on "Problems of Chris-
tian Students in India."
"Scorned Love" is the sermon of
Henry O. Yoder, Pastor of the Trinity
Lutheran Church, for today's service
at 10:30 a.m. The Lutheran Student
Club, meeting at 5:30 p.m., will be
addressed by the Rev. C. F. Schaffnit,
superintendent of the Luther an Mis-
sions in Detroit.
The Rev. Dr. W. P. Lemon, minister
of the First Presbyterian Church, has
( chosen as his sermon for the 10:45
!a.m. service the subject "Wisdoml
That is Otherwise." The studentl
choir, under the direction of Dr. E.
W. IDuty, will render the following-8
musical selections: Organ 'Prelude,
"Nun Danket alle Gott" by Karg-
Elert: Anthem, "O Praise the Lord"
by Arensky; and solo, "Thanks be to
God' by Dickson.
Dr. Lemon will speak at the meet-
6:30 p.m., on the subject "Religion
ing of the Westminster Guild, at
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To England amid much fanfare, this week came youthful King
Leopold of the Belgians (left) to seal his country's friendship with
Grcat Britain, while Britain's Viscount Halifax went to Germany to
corifer on the Reich's demand for colonies.
ing~ JoL in conferenceUcicles ti 1"' -"^ "' ing itself threatened by Japan in the in Current Events."
the powers would not give China the__ _Far East, had told the Loyalists that 1 At 2 p.m., there will be a popular'
material support she asked for her'. ;.ew Iuu~ they could no longer 'expect material cocritteHle onain h
struggle against Japan. UAW C hief Will Discuss te ol olne xetmtra concert "at the Hlillel Foundation, The
strger as ttt Japan.he AW *.AIW ~support from Russia ii their war topic for the student symposium, at
Neither was it believed that the 1
ciiautlorliZed Sit-DoWn against the Insurgents. The report 8 p.m.. is "Morals, Law or Conven-
conference would impose economic was uncofirmed7
measures against Japan-measures li Fisher Body Plant w un ience." The speakers will be Bernard'
asurey ainth apn-measrs he Speed and mobility will be the or- H. Fried. '39Med, and Erwin Elman,
that Tokyo warned the powers she idr o hsnwavnei San 3Lw
would consider hostile acts. (continued from Page 1) ders for this newr advance in Spain '38Lav
__________and few military leaders are as able --- - - - -
would do if the strikers continue to to direct that kind of advance as ----
DIY 0IFIT TITAT L disregard pleas to call off their sit- IFrzihiree
A IULY FF C L *,Iarinr 'd"T tih For three months at the beginning Nig
IdwMrireleThtsithof the Ethiopian war he, fretted be- d ~ I~we
BULLETS future. We won't talk about it now." hihetrenchmn at Dolo on
Indicating the concern felt by the the border of Italian Somaliland. Fi- T DAY - o
SUNDAY, NOV. 21, 1937 union's high command, a call went nally, in January, 1936, when the
Italian advance from the north was
VOL. XLVIII. No. 49 out Qday for a special meeting of the being slowed down by the strongjj
The Bureau has received notice of the 24-member international executive Ethiopian armies, Graziani was give-A
following examination: Royal Oak board at Detroit tomorrow. Tele- permission to start up from the sout
CivilService Board: Chemist in Sew- grams instructed the members to in the hope that he could harass I
age Disposal Plant; degree in Chem- travel by airplane, if necessary, to Haile Selassie's troops enough to make
istry or Chemical Engineering andlat mandatory the immediate shift of x
one year's experience as chemist in tend the meeting Ethiopian troops from the north to
sewae tratmnt pant ope to Before he left Flint for Pontiac,' the south.
sewage treatment plant; open to,'Tastae}'<
residents of State of Michigan. howeker, Martin said there were no That strategy was more successful
For further details, please call at plans for expelling from the union than the Italian high command had,.
the offtce, 201 Mason Hall; 9-12; 2-4. the several hundred men whose defi- first believed possible, for Graziani
University Bureau of Appoint- ant strike in the Fisher plant Wed- gave one order to his "Hell on
ments and Occupational In- nesday night closed that plant and Wheels" column, and that was to
formation. the Pontiac Motor Co. factory, throw- keep moving. - ----Surrounding
ing 14.700 men into idleness. Graziani, now 55 years of age, has 1; "LITTLE HIAWATHA "G
Sophomores, College of L.S.&A.: Concerning unauthorized strikes been a colonial soldier since even SILLY SYMPHONY
Elections of courses for the second 'Martin said, "there are always rea- 8before the World War and after the I
semester must be approved during sons for such outbreaks and the Pon- 1918 armistice he went back to Africa NEW SHOW STARTIN
the period from Nov. 22 to Jan. 28 in tiac case is not all one-sided. to conquer Libya. It was in thisTy-
ng sl 9, University IHall. To prevent William S. Knudsn pdet of latter campaign that he first became Thursday - Fri
Roo 9 U iv rsty Hal. o re en W llam S. nu se , reid nt of famous in m ilitary history for his DION AM ECHE --I
congestion in the office of the coun- General Motors Corp., said last night ability to move an army against the i "LOVE UNDER FIRE" --A
selors, individual post cards will be "irresponsibility on the part of locals tynenemmywith incredible speed. "- ---------. -
mailed daily to a small group of stu- and unauthorized strikes" jeopar- -nmyihnrebped
dents. Each card will be dated seven dized collective bargaining.
days after the day of mailing. To be
admitted to a conference with a exMartin said today the international
counselor, a student must present his!I executive board was called into ses-
c olatde han thmustpesitntearssion to discuss "the entire General
card not lter tha te ate iMotors situation" as well as the Pon- THANKSGIVING TIME(S
If he comes after this date an inter-.fostie
view will be granted only if there are tiac strike.
no others waiting at the office. Sage Dressing Time
In order to make an intelligent se-Enjoyae.iSagecDressihgoTime
lection of courses each sophomoreEno a
should give careful attention to his F a
next semester's elections before meet- F u Course
ing with his counselor. AND NOW'S THE TIME
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