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March 17, 1939 - Image 8

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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

New Slovak Premier Uses Storm Troopers For Protection

Formal Dances
Dominate Party
Scene Tonight
Beta Theta Pi To Entertain
At Huron Hills Country
Club, Bill Gail To Play
(Continued from Page 5)
Beta Theta Pi from 9 p.m. to 1 a.m.
at the Huron Hills Country Club. Bill
Gail and his orchestra will play. Mr.
and Mrs. Ira Barker of Grand Rap-
ids and Mr. and Mrs. Olney Bush of
Detroit will chaperon.
Tau Kappa Epsilon is giving its
pledge formal with Prof. and Mrs.
Richard C. Fuller and Prof. and Mrs.
William C. Olson chaperoning.
A radio-dance will be given by Phi
Kappa Sigma from 9:30 p.m. to 1 a.m,
Chaperons for the dance will be Mr.
and Mrs. Hugh Hagemeyer of De-
troit and Mr. and Mrs. C. E. Love of
Ann Arbor.
Sigma Phi Epsilon will hold an in-
formal radio-dance from 9 p.m. to 1
a.m. Mr. and Mrs. John Wessinger
and Mrs. J. C. Carney will chaperon.
G-Man Hoover Picked
By Class As Criminal
If Lombroso, 16th century Italian
criminologist, is right, then J. Edgar
Hoover is an arch criminal, according
to the criminology class of the Univer-
sity of Kansas City.
The class professor handed out 75
photographs and asked his students
to select the criminal and non-crim-
inal types. More than half the class
picked out the picture of J. Edgar
Hoover as that of a criminal.
Alumni To Hear Glee Club
Making its first appearance in New
York in 10 years, the University Glee
Club will present a concert before the
New York Alumni Club April 14 at
the Hotel Commodore. Bruce Forbes,
'39, heads the committee in charge.

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JANE'S A COLLEGE GIRL who loves America. In America
college girls are important! She loves American clothes be-
cause they're the kind she wants to wear-well-made, nicety
fitted, low-priced. She loves our shop because we bring her the
best of the clothes.
Jane calls her
new jacket and
skirt
"Pall"
.. Jacket . 5.95

Skirt

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This is our, college
girl's favorite fashion.
She likes the ease of
a jacket and skirt. She
wears them to class
and on dates. She buys
them here where ac-
cessories are near for
convenient shopping.
She wears a wood vio-
let suit and tries a lime
or blue sweater. She
experiments with
American Beauty, and
dusty pink, navy and
maize. Color scrambl-
ing is simple-eyen
hats and gloves are
dyed to match her suit.
She has heaps of fun
and spends very little.

As the government of the new state of Slovakia took form at Bratislava under Dr. Joseph Tiso, new Slovak
premier, Hlinka guards (Slovak storm troops) kept order. A detachment of the Hlinka guards are shown here
patrolling the streets. It was understood that Dr. Tiso promised Hitler that the storm troopers would take the
place of an ordinary army.

Reich Student Groups, Formerly
Free, Now Reginented By Nazis
(Editor's Note: This is the second in a of the ancient vereins will be incor-
Iseries of interpretative articles on Ger-
man uiversties under Hlerism.) porated into the Nazi groups. These
Ilatter stress the Prussian ideal of
By LEONARD SCHLEIDER "Wehrbereitschaft" or readiness to
Substitution of government-con-"
trolled student organizations for the bear arms.
independent Prussian college "corps" Once the goal of ambitious Ameri-
of former days is a major feature of can youths, the German universities
the increasing domination of Ger-'are no longer known for "a scholar-
man universities by the National So- ship unequaled in the world." Today,
cialist regime. IHitlerism has strippcd them of their
The Heidelberg University, of reputation as academic centres de-
which Mark Twain wrote, with its voted solely to "the training, disci-
"kneips" or endless beer-drinking plining or refining of their moral and
celebrations, its duels and its punc- intellectual nature," For, as the New
tual professors has become a train- York Herald-Tribune reported, high-
ing school of military science, "Mein er education cannot remain alive in
Kamn" nOlitics and racial biology for a straitjacket.

All-wool Australian zephyr. Ribbed
sleeves and neck. Violet, dusty pink,
spray blue, maize, white. Sies 34 to
40.
$2.95

Ghe Elizabeth Pillon
SHOP
309 South State Street-Just off campus

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