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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

7TN!eY, JANT. 13x8

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Student Symnposium isuse
Plight of Minoritie~s In World
(Continued from Page ) tion. The governments in Germany,
Roumania, Poland and Brazil are
ture and journalism were discussed opnypegd*IpreueteJw
by RbertGill Gra. A esoltio he said, for Judaism preaches democ-
was passed by the symposium in- racy, which cannot exist in a country
structing the Progressive Club to in- with''a dictatorship of any sort.
augurate a campaign to introduce a The best way to become acquainted
course in Negro culture into the Uni.. with various racial groups is by mak-
versity curriculum. _ ing personal contacts, according to
The problem of anti-semitism seems Nick Ellorin, Grad., of the Philip-
to be political, stated Leonard Kasle, pine Michigan Club, and with 55
'38, representing the Hillel Founda- countries represented on this campus
Clasifed D etouy
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there is ample opportunity to do so.
I One should not judge an entire race
by conduct of individuals, he ad-
vised, but on scientific data.j
Conlicts between Polish immi-
g rants and their children arising from
differences in Polish and American
cultures have often led to delin-
quency, stated Peter Ostafin, Girad.,
of the Polonia Literary Circle. The
proper balancing of the peasant cus-
toms and values of the old coun try
with the widely different American
'philosophy, in his opinion, is the solu-
tion fora Polish-American.
The interest of American-Polish
leaders before 1920 in establishing a
free Poland resulted in neglect of I
problems confronting Polish immi-
grants in this country, said Benjamina
Stanezyk. representing the same so-
ciety.
Two and one half million Armen-
ians are definitely a minority, ex-
f1lained Gerald Adamian., '40M, of the
4Anmenian Students Association. Ar-
mneniansa in Russia are permitted to 1
retain their own culture, he explained,
but those in Turkey have been forced
to change their names and forego
their customs in order to become
Turkish citizens.
That animosity within the various
races existed was emphasized in the
discussion following the speeches.
Economic causes and lack of under-
standing were offered as explanations
of' both racial anidinter-racial prej -
Lidice.I
IA Thursday night membership
Imeeting of the Progressive Club was,
announced by George Mutnick, '39.
Scalp And Blade ,
Will Meet Today~

Ex-Prentier Offers Aid

Geologist Talks
Here't 1ursdy

DAJLY OFFICIAL
BUJLLETIN'
SIJNI)-AV, JAN. 1,11938

all the addressesc :1nd d'iscussions on
the-, program ot the Celebration last
Junme. Mm ersviof ithe faculties and
stu;denlts w "o desire to purchase
cuopi , ;!thi a:in oher ipublications

1.4' Of .
Oil

Silicsat*e__ ti l bjj)rj

}reset T remxier i.tiga hsii~ e-
dared a full-fledged, fascist policy
with antisemitism as one of its
main points.
Building 2Class To "Tow'
'New PrcesbvIterian C ( 3i i

The MicJ igan R!chapter7 "'of.RScalp and R. . '- -
Blade, campus honorary society of Prof. Marlow 0. Wittemore, chair-
Buffalo, N.Y. men, will hold its first inan of the department of landscape1
meeting following the Christmas re- design, will take the Extension Course
cess at 5:30 p.m. today in the Union. iri Building 2 on a tour of inspection
During the Chirstmas holidays through the new Presbyterian churchj
pledges were inducted into the or- on Washtenaw ave. at 8:30 p~m. Mon-!
ganization in a mass initiation at day. !
Buffalo of pledges from many chap- The class will meet as usual at 7~:830
tee's throughout the country., p.m. in Angell Hall and will adjow.*n
TM ichganchtre lected the in time to be at the church by 8:30.

Prof. Norman L. Bowen, chemist
and geologist of the University of
Chicago, will give the last University
lecture of the semester at 4:15 p.m.!
Thursday in the Natural Science Aud-
itorium, when he will speak on "Sili-
(ate Equilbria and Their Significance
in Rocks and Industrial Products.";
Dr. Bowen will discuss the resultsI
of 15 years of research which he com-
pleted in the Carnegie Institute of
Washington laboratories on the or-
igins of the different kinds of igneous
rocks. His results have been used in
the glass and other, industries.
A graduate of Harvard. University,
Professor Row en has been made
Charles L. Hutchinson Distinguished
Service Professor of the University of
Chicago, He was recently elected to
the National Academy of Sciences.
EVENING RADIO
PROG RAMS
P.M.
6:.00.. oe Pexiei.
6:30- -Double IEverything.
7:00-Open House,
7 :30--Phi1 Baker.
8:00- -The People',, Choice,
8:30--Earacbes of 193£3.
9:00 -Ford Tiour.
10:00--Zenith Foundcdion.
10 :30-Heranilts Cae.
S 11 :30---Cab Calloway.
12 :00--Buddy Rtr'rr; Orch.
PaM.
(,:of) ..caholic Hour.
! 6:30--People in te N(:w,,.
! 6 :45 ---ports.
7:00-Jack Benny.
7::30--Tnteresting Neighbors5.
3 :00-Charley McCarthy.
9:00-Manhattan Merry-Go-Rowund.
9:30--Familiar Music.
10:00-Rising Stars.
10:30--"America and Wvar."
11:00--Dance Music,
11 :30-News, Music.
' WXYZ
P.M.
6:00--Geojrge Jessel.
4 6 :30--T'Io Be Announaced.
7:00--Dinner Concert.
7 :30--Ozzie Nelson.
8:00--Orchestra, Soloists.
9:00-Hollywood Playhouse.
9:30--Walter Winchell,
9:45-Irene Rich.
10:00--Mar'ek Weber Orch.
10 :30---Cheerio.
11:00 -John McKay,
11 :30---Henry Busse Ori.
12:00---Eddle varzos Orchi.
CKL W
P.M.
15:00--Variety Revue,
6:30-Tim and Irene.
7:00-Forkum.
7:15-News.
7:30-Ted. Weemts Orch.
8:00-Epic of America.
8 :30-Happy Hal,
9:00-Charades. -
9:30-Pontiac Baptist.
10 :00-Goodwill.
10:30-Gospel Services.
11:30-Reporter.
11:45-Jimmy Joy Ord).
12 :00-George Olsen Oreb.

of Ann Arbor Sunday at 4 p.m.
Student Teas: President and Mrs.
Rhuthven will be at home to students
Wednesday from 4 to 6 p.m.4
Proceedings of the 1937 ('elebra-
tion. The University Press has just
issued an attractive volume,. titled
"A University Between Two Cen-
turies : Proceedings of which contains
TIODAY --MON - r UNS.
TIhe Show That Putt the "Tik"
in the Critics'

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VOL. XLVII. NO. 76 s ).so ?FO R'ANISI All)
.Notice to e'aculty Melmbers Dr. and I1w$.0i diso escn
Mrs. Ruthven will be at home to tributed by persons whio expected to
memersof he acuty nd esient ear Ralph Bates lecture Friday will
memersof he acuty nd esient Ibe used to send medical aid to Spain,

day.
IITODAY! 1-3-5-7-9 P.M.I

NOW! IT'S THE TOPS!

aCLOTHIING WANTED To BUY : Any
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following officers during the holi-:
days : Robert Somers, '38E, presi-
dent; Robert Siegnor, '41,, secretary;
William Hammersmith, '38E, treas-
urer and tile four vice-presidents
representing classes, Sam Palinski,
'38E, Richard Kurtz, '39E, Myron
Hall, '44E, and Joseph Wetmore, '41.

FACE MURDER CHARGE
SAN JUAN ', Puerto Rico, Jan, &.---
{Y)-Eight members of a Nationalist
group will go on trial here Monday,
charged with an attempt on the life;
of United States District Judge Rob-
ert A. Cooper,G

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GUEST SHOW MON'1DAY

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