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Pitts Confident IDaily Staff Writer Sees Europe

LoyalistVictory Masking Fear Of
In Spain Near Tourists Being Enveloped
Confident that the Loyalists will Iy Government-Inspired
win the Spanish Civil War, Dr. Don- Propaganda Methods
ald H: Pitts, chief of two base hos-
pitals of the Madrid area, in ahtalk (Continued from Page 1) -
Friday, stressed the need for physi-
ians and medical supplies to relieve it takes no sleuth to discover that'
:oldiers and non-combatants. German families are tired of fatless;
nhbiant nof-ci ae c n meals and blood purges. However,
-Inhabitants of Madrid are certain ,~toa oils ok eas t
that it will not fall, Dr. Pitts de- -National Socialism works because it
clared. They have surrounded the put the people to work and gave
city with fortifications and have bar- them a feeling that they were mas-
ters of their own destiny again.
he said, so that only bombs and shells And in London you can learn a lot'
(.an destroy it. by watching the people who are be- I
"We do not have enough ambu- ing asked to sell their bedsteads and
lances to care for all our patients," bath tubs to supply metalfor Brit
Dr. Pitts told the audience of 120 aT's huge rearmament program.
persons. "But we expect to build sev- They are unlike the men and women
oral mobile ambulance units for front that walk up and down Michigan
line work with money npw being col- Avenue or Forty Second Street. An'
lected. These will consist of operat- airplane overhead will seem to make
ing truck, power generator for X- them blanch as they look up andH
rays, and kitchen, each large enough perhaps attempt to recall the Home
to accommodate the doctors and Secretary's list of instructions of
nurses'"- h r what to do in case of an air raid.
Pomp and circumstance cannot make

Impending War

China's Consul
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though you marvel at the splendour g 1 -1 op
of the empire and its traditions at
St. James, in the Park you may listen (continued from Page 1)
to convincingioratory addressed to -
"Auld Lang Swine, the Archbishop of; and for its consistent policy of non-
Cant," and you can hear "Honest aggression.
Stan Baldwin" being upbraided as The trouble all began with the Jap-
"Britain's Number One Liar." Or anese invasion of Manchuria, Mr.
spend Sunday afternoon in Trafalgar Wang declared, and will continue un-
Square where more citizens are lend- til Japan becomes so involved in her
ing attentive ears to sentiments that campaign that she becomes conse
are not in keeping with the pomp and quently weakened. At that point of
circumstance tradition. uetywand.Athtpito
.cs.tiodecline, Mr. Wang added, Japan can-
With a little careful observation it not ignore the protests of the major
is obvious that the French abandon world powers-Britain, France and
is not complete even in Paris on the United States.
streets such as the Rue de la Paix Combined with these international
and the Rue Royale where the stream (r.obndwt hs nentoa
of life runs swift and shallow. The difficulties, he continued, Japan's in{
shop windows are full of frivolous ternal situation, rising costs of living,!
wares, but I noticed that many of increased taxation to carry on the
them were equipped with grim look- war, will cripple the nation's war
ing sheet metal shutters. I learned machine.I
that these were used for protection Japan's stated intentions for her
during governmental crises and on "undeclared war" in China, the Con-
other occasions of national concern sul said, are based on her contentions
when the people rioted. These are that China is (1) non-cooperative,
apparently frequent enough occur- (2), anti-Japanese and (3) com-
rences to warrant the construction munistic. The real and significant
of permanent protective devices. intentions of the Far Eastern empire,
Not Philosophic Calm Mr. Wang said, are to crush China
I found that the unperturbed atti- before it becomes too potent for Jap-
tude of Scandinavia toward war is anese invasions, and to "grab off" ex-
not so much philosophic calm as it i clusive trade rights.
is passive despair over the militaristic Mr. Wang's refutations of the three
tactics of its neighbor countries Ger- Japanese charges are:j
many and Russia. Advice is given to Japan wants cooperation on the
the citizenry of Copenhagen on what basis of cooperatior( between the
to do in the event of an air raid master and the serx'ant, and this
as it is in England, but unlike Eng- China cannot countenance.!
land and France, Denmark has not Anti-Japanese activities have been
devised ingenious taxes in order to
support an air or sea force. She pre- able practices in the invasion of
fers to direct her energy toward socialaeacicean the ina.iTherf
rather than anti-social works. Manchuria and North China. There
But, just as many of the tourist's has been considerable smuggling of
stereotyped ideas and casual observa- opium and other harmful durgs
tions in Germany, France, England there.
and Denmark are partially untrue, Japan's definition of Communism
many of their notions about this is so broad as to take in any activity
country need revision. German prop- which is distasteful to Japan.
agandists besides informing their
people that hordes of Russians are FoureCo , s
starving to death, has created the
neat myth that Mayor La Guardia is
a notorious well poisoner.C
Thilik Demoeracy Dead C
Some of the Frenchmen have con-
cluded that the liberal American de- M e I 011
mocracy that Lafayette fought for
has long since perished. They have
read in their papers that in the (Continued from Page )
United States many of the factories
are operated by the workers who sat Ann St. with 19 girls chosen by ap-
down on the job last winter and plication and with the consent of the
spring and refused to work unless office of the Dean of Women. Room
they could also rule. They don't and board are $11.50 for two weeks.
think the workers' victory was an Cooking and housework, divided
easy one for they gasped at the news- among the members, require one
reels of the Memorial Day massacre hour's work a day.
in Chicago, for these films were re- Twenty men forming the Rochdale
leased in England and on the con- Student Cooperative have rented a
tinent even before the Senate inves- 22-room house at 640 Oxford Road
tigators saw them. and have 50 students still on the
Britishers who ten years ago waiting list.
thought that cowboys and Indians Certain Work Required
roved the streets of Chicago have Five dollars a week and six hours'
now advanced to a different type of work, it has tentatively been decid-
misconception. Many of them now ed, will be required of members. Stu-
believe that gang wars and machine dents will supply their own sheets
guns are to be seen every week in and blankets.
most mid-western cities. Last year the cooperative was lo-
And the Danes who perfected a cated at 545 Catherine St. Instead
national system of old age pensions of taking their "profits" out in divi-
and unemployment relief when Dr. dends, the members voted to use the
Townsend and Harry Hopkins were money for expansion this year
in. knee pants, consider the United Members are chosen on the basis
States in many respects a socially of financial need, financial stability
With misconceptions on all sides, and their ability to fit in with the
because of ignoranceas well as prop- others in the group. Meetings are
aganda, it is most difficult to con- conducted Quaker-style onimportant
elude from what you could see and matters; house officers and a specia
read what the true state of affairs committee handle minor problems.
was in any country. I tried to regard . To Enter Social Affairs
the paradoxes between what I had The Rochdale Co-op exists not only
learned and read before and what I to save its members dollars and cents
saw in Europe like Hegalian theses according to some of the students in
and antitheses that though appar- the house, but the group will hold
ently inexplicable must be resolved social affairs and will be represente
into some higher synthesis of truth. in the Intramural baseball compe
Perhaps by using this method and titions by its own team.
reading and studying diligently for Michigan Socialist House, 355 E
the next few years I shall be able Ann St:, going into its sixth year a
to understand and interpret what I the oldest cooperative on campus, ac-
saw during my two months in Europe. commodates 20 students admitted or
the recommendation of former mem-
GRAND RAPIDS, Sept. 27.--(P)-
President-elect Henry Cook of the I - --

Michigan state medical society found
fault today with Michigan's anti-
tuberculosis program in that the
state spends heavily for care of vic-
tims but little for prevention of the
d' ease. __-- 4.

Industrial-Agricultural Balance- onttnued troi Pa.
Gov. Hugh L. White of Mississippi Economic Institute of Stockhclm, Dr.
was in Detroit yesterday seeking Heckscher will be here soirgi in
Heniy Ford's counsel on his "indus-
X. aFebruary and will speak on Mme
trial-agricultural balance" plan for phase of political and economic ais-
Mississippi. . tory. He was president of the cm-
"Mr. Ford said the governor of mittee of the League of Nation, for
Mississippi was absolutely on the 1926 for traffic of the Rhine, and
right track," White said, following a author of many books on political
righ trck, Whte sidfolowig ascience and economic history.
discussion that lasted through the si Enlecon Tory.
Englishman To Talk
afternoon. "Mr. Ford had the same Prof. William A. Robson of the
idea as I did on Mississippi. Mr. Ford; London School of Economics and Po-
is interested in any agricultural prod-! litical Science.
uct that can be utilized in industry." aDr.Eustache De Lorey, professor
The Mississippian and what he arge of the Oriental depart nt
calls "my caravan"-which includesh,
his "goodwill representative," Miss D.a My of the Bibliotheque Nationale, P. is.
Elaine Russell of Gulfport-will leave f Dr. Carl Mayer of the New Sc' or
Detroit this morning for Jackson, for Social Research of New ormi
Mis. IEdward J. Dent, professor ,f nirusic
Miss. at Cambridge University, Carabridge.
Lansing-Governor Murphy. home HAROLD D. SMITH Prof. N. L. Bowen of the University
for the first time in six weeks to of Chicago.
wrestle with appointments, asserted putes of the mnoment yesterday to Dr. Paul Link of the University of
goal of a balanced budget wouldpeak of "the bigger oectives of Wisconsin
be "surprisingly close" to realization. Aean fPei eIo cioi T. Olmstead of the ri-
Parold D. Smith, director of t he Idaho capital. ental Institute of the University of
Michigan Municipal League and ! "We have been a wasteful nation," Chicago.
State Budget Director, was especially i Mr. Roosevelt said. Human and na- Dr. Donald Wyman of the Arnold
praised by the Governor.1 tural resources, he asserted, had been Arboretum of Harvard University. e
Murphy refused to discuss his wasted, and travel through the coun- will talk on "The Arnold Arboretuim"
plans for a special session of the try had refreshed his thoughts for and will appear here Oct. 20.
I Legislature. "the next generation and the gen- In addition to these lecturers sev-
R. M. Smith, state geologist, yes- eration after that." eral talks on chemistry by members
terday announced an aerial survey of Washington, he said, is "one of of the American Chemical Society
the Michigan copper area in an at- the narrowest places in the world," will be given, as well as one Univer-
tempt to find new beds of copper and adding that he gained strength "by sity lecture at the Michigan Acadtrny
other ore. "We know there must be I meeting the American people." of Science.
more ore in those counties than in
the proven areas," he stated. - *:l
The Federal government moved :.": .
yesterday to speed the purchase of a
surplus apples that have glutted a
Michigan's market. Postmaster James YOUR LAUNDRY'S
A. Farley will dedicate a post office
at Saginaw and speak at a Demo-
cratic rally there Thursday night. BACK
Safe With All Hands-Endeavour
I, unsuccessful challenger in 1934
for the America's Cup, lost since Sept.
13, was reported safe last night. j
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The Newest Costume
Jewelry, College and
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Lloyds of London posele mubgv
that reported the yacht 260 miles off
the coast of Ireland.
Yesterday's report was the first di-
rect word from the yacht since her
_ tow line-70 fathoms of steel cable,
which pulled her prow into the sea
-broke off Nantucket.
Solidarity Forever-Benito Musso-
lini and Adolf Hitler, in an exchange
of banquet toasts last night, reaf-
firmed solidarity of the Fascists and
Nazis. Both said the Rome-Berlin
axis is impervious to any attempt to
play one nation off against the other;4
that the alliance is capable of sup-
porting even wider European cooper-
Insurgent Victory-Insurgent Gen-
eralissimo Francisco Franco's head-
quarters announced tonight the cap-
ture of Ribadesella, 'important Bis-
cayan coast town 30 miles east of
The Insurgents reported advancing
up the east bank of the Sella River,
where they have been encountering
strong resistance, and taking the
t Boise,, Idaho-President Roosevelt,
invading Senator Borah's home state,
spurned 1"petty quarrels" and dis-
T r Delt Rushers Find
Joy Is Boy At Butler
d INDIANAPOLIS, Sept. 27.-( ')-
Members of Delta Delta Delta soror-
ity at Butler University couldn't un-
derstand why Joy Lively failed to
s respond to their invitations to attend
- "rush week" functions.
n They finally investigated and found
- that Joy was a boy-fraternity tim-
ber instead.

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