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THE MICHIGAN DAILY TUESDA

Duce And Feuhrer Meet AI Munich

Talk On SpaIn
Today Topen
Liberals' Slate
(Continued from Page 1)
sive Club will attempt to coordinate
liberal activity on campus this year
with the Student Workers Federation,
the Peace Council, the Friends of
Vpanish Democracy, the Lawyers
Liber al Club. the Liberal Students

are Dr. John Sundwail of the hygiene
department, president; Mrs. Reuben Two Subscribers Claim
Kahn and Buenaventura Jiminez of1 'Loyal To Daily' Prize
the medical school: Prof. John F. ..__
Shepard of the psychology depart- Loyal to The Daily are Mr. and Mrs.
mzent, summer director; Prof. Clar- FeeikJra f11 ahea
ence Meader of the Russian depart- Frederick Jordan of 1312 Washtenaw
ment; Prof. Arich Walter of the Avenue, who have been regular Daily
English department and Prof. Shir- subscribers every year since the paper'
ley W. Allen of the forestry school, was first published in 1890.
winter director. Mr. Jordan, '79, was associate li-
Fifteen hundred Michigan studentsb
voiced their opposition to war and brarian at the Unversity for 34 years,
militarism at the April 22 peace dem- while Mrs. Jordan, '93, was dean of
onstration held under the auspices of women for 20 years. In Europe in

TO CONSIDER POLICE TRAINING
LANSING, Sept. 27.-UP)-Public
safety officials are to meet here
Tuesday and Wednesday to consider
the problem of basic training for fire-
men and policemen.
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rnion and the Faculty Committee for I the Peace Council, which carries on
Medical Aid to Spain. anti-war work during the year.
Organized last April 4, the Pro- The Lawyers Liberal Club, open tol
gressive Club had at its meetings all members of the law school, plans
among other speakers, Prof. Joe Lee to present campus and outside speak-
Davis of the English department,' ers and to hold roundtable discus-
DavisofheEgihdprmnsns
who discussed "The Proletarian No- Officers of the Club are: James S.
vel," and Prof. Ralph L. Dewey, then Miner, '38L, president; J. Waldo
of the economics department, who Hendrickson, '38L,secretary-treas-
spoke on "Problems a Socialist Econ- urer, and William C. Stephens, '38L,
omy Must Face." I{vice-president.
The Student Workers Federation, Present officers of the Progressive
entering its third year, functions as Club are: Robert C. B. Campbell,
an organization of students employed Grad., and Hopwood-prize winner,
in Ann Arbor. Several agreements president; Joseph Bernstein, '39, vice-
on hours and working conditions president; Helen A. Breed, '40, secre-'
were negotiated last year between tary; and Florence Johnston, Grad.,
local restauranteurs and the SWF. treasurer.
Organize Committee Committee chairmen are: Richard
Faculty members this summer or- Scammon, Grad., civil liberties and
ganized a local Committee for Med- academic freedom; Earle Luby, '38,
cal Aid to Spain in order to bring security; Elman Service, '39, peace;
to Ann Arbor speakers on the Span- Philip Cummins, '39, publicity; Ruth-
sh question and to raise funds for Horland, '39, membership; and F.
medical supplies for the Loyalists. Paul Probert, '37, racial and social
Some of the Committee's members equality.

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abroad for four years.

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Commander Steve Daduk of the
American Battalions in Spain will
speak at the Union Ballroom, Tues-
day, Sept. 28, at 8 p.m. Commander
Daduk's subject will be "My 10
Months In Spain," and he will exhibit
pictures of the War. The program is
under the auspices of the Progressive
Club.
Events Today I
Contemlrorary: There will be a
meeting for both the editorial and
business staffs today (Ifiesday) at 4
p.m. in the Publications Building. As
the purpose of this meeting is to get
"he magazine under way for the year,
it is imperative that all staff members
be present.
Tau Beta Pi: .Dinner meeting at the
Union tonight at 6:15 p.m. Important
Business will be discussed.
Mcmlers of the Christian Science
Organization at the University of
Aichigan are requested to attend a
special meeting, Tuesday evening,
Sept. 28, at 7:30 p.m. in the Chapel
of the Michigan League Building.
Indep ndcnt Men's Organization:
All members who were in the organ-
hzation last semester will hold the
first meeting of the year at 7:30 p.m.
.oday at tie Union. Room to be
cuo ted on the! bulletin board.
Chri: ian Sc ience Organization at
.he University of Michigan will hold
ts first service, Tuesday evening at
8:15 p.m., Oct. 5, in the Chapel of
the Michigan League Building.

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Acquaintance Party for Foreign
Students: The International Council
invites all foreign students and other
students specially interested jn in-
t ernatienal affairs to an Acquaint
-ance Party, next Friday evening at
8 p.m. in Room 316, Michigan Union.
This will be of special interest to stu-
dents in the Graduate and profes-
sional schools.
Arba Nu: There will be a meeting
-f the members of the Alpha Nu on
vednesday evening, Sept. 29, at 7:30
?m. The meeting will be held in the
'hapter room on the fourth floor of
Angcll Hall. Important plans for the
-cming year will be discussed and for
l at reason it is imperative that all
iembers be present.
COMES HOME
MIAMI BEACH, Fla., Sept. 27.-
AP)-The father of Frederick B. Snite,
Jr., infantile paralysis sufferer who
Lraveled from China to Chicago in an
iron lung, said tonight he probably
would be brought here within the
next month. The elder Snite, ar-
ranged for addition of a wing to the
family residence to house his son and
the elaborate apparatus necessary for
his existence.
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