TILE 3 ICHIGAN DAILY
SATURDAY, APRr , 1, 1939
THE MICHIGAN DAILY SATURDAY, APRIL 1, 1939
Nazis Expected To Standardize Courts Declare
Curriculums, Courtis Declares Unions Liable
r Standardization of the curriculum Courtis said, that the pupils are con- Dair Awarded Darafres
and of teachers may be expected to trolled through indoctrination of the'y I
~totalitarian ideology. They are made In' TLiel Suit
be one of Hitler's first moves within otheeader and the ate ade
to love the leader and the state above
the lands which he takes over, ac- the home and parents. None of the STOCKTON, Calif., March 31.-(AP)
y cording to Prof.S. A. Courtis of the school program seems to be regarded -Labor unions were held legally liable
Schoolof Education, by the students as oppressive. Even today for damages to a firm's busi-
Professor Courtis, who returned hardships such as lack of food are Hsadcutatce adi a
last year from a tour of Europe, said regarded as heroic sacrifices for the ness, and court attaches said It was
- that one of Mussolini's earliest acts fatherland. The students enter en- the first time in California's history
- was to put all teachers under close thusiastically and whole-heardtely such a ruling had been made in a
- scrutiny, with all those opposed be- into the national program. It is labor dispute.
ing dismissed. By analogy, Hitler plain that this system of indoctrina- A Superior Court jury awarded
will have difficulty with the adults in tion in education is far more effec- $20,500 libel damages to George Em-
the countries he has taken over but tive than most Americans realize. de and Lois Marshall, operators of a
he will insure his success by standar- Despite the fact that we feel the dairy at Lodi, from the International
- B dizing and controlling the education fascist nations are using the wrongTerthers, Teamsters , the Local
- of the rising generation. The schools means and are seeking the wrong Central aUnion cl, the SJoaquin
- of France, which were rigidly 'stan- end, we must recognize, Professor ral Lour Council, the Stockton
. dardized by Napoleon over 130 years Courtis feels, the need to achieve bet- Labor Journal and officers of the
- ago, still show some of this, he said. te iulabor groups.
There is no more powerful means in ourcooperatio, unity and direction The dairy operators,-who sued for
inordemocratc country. America 141,883, ycharged eaorarticlsedinfth
s for molding the thoughts of the must invent democratic methods for Stockton Labor Journal caused pa-
younger generation than control of attaining her goals. Stonsto discriminate against their
p education; Professor Courtis con- prods edaringte bsinss.
N tinned. In bath Italy and Germany products, endangering the busmness.
V tiued.In oth talyandGermnyUnion attorneys argued that the
y history, sociology and religion are Engineers Plan Tour Uri attoleysn aue t
most carefully supervised. Many article was solely an announcement
texts have been completely rewritten Eta Kappa Nu, honorary electrical hf a boycott placed against Happy-
n to conform to fascist ideology. In 'engineering society, is sponsoring a alleged breach of contract with the
Italy the ordinary cultural curricu- tour of inspection through several teamsters.
- lum has been crowded into one-half industrial plants in the east during
of the day, he said, with the after- T he rip isrpn
noon being reserved for instruction Spring Vacation. The trip is open to State Legislature Is
a by federal teachers. This training all members of the engineering school,
1 includes drilling, machine gun prac- Robert F. May, '39E, president of the Swamped With Bills
5 tice, and other military studies. group, announced. Ken Mudie, '39E,
It is interesting to note, Professor I is in charge of the trip. LANSING, March 31.-UP--Legis-
lative action stalled today while mem-
_ >hrs of both the House and Senate
- Jpiled the bill hopper to the brim
hope ranpild t e bllwith new m asures in a last minue
FIE U . rush to getter ideas before the two
With approximately 150 new meas-
-ures introduced since yesterday and
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AUNDRY - 2-14. Sx darned. clothing. Claude Brown, 512 S ture relaxed its Monday night dead-
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DAILY OFFICIAL BULLETIN1
Publication in the Bulletin is constructive notice to all members of the University.
Copy received at the office of the Assistant to the President until 3:30 P.M.;
11:00 A.M. on Saturday.
Hungary Gains Ung Valley
In Peaceful Solution
SATURDAY, APRIL 1, 1939
VOL. XLIX. No. 133t
Faculty Tea: President and Mrs. i
Ruthven will be at home to facultyt
members and residents of Ann Arbor <
today from 4 to 6 p.m.
To Students Havmng Library Books:
1. Students having in their posses-
sion books drawn from the Univer-
sity Library are notified that such
'books are due Monday, April 3rd, be-
fore the impending Spring vacation,
in pursuance of the Regents' regula-I
"Students who leave Ann Ar-
bor for an absence of more than
a week must first return all bor-
2. Faliure to return books before
the vacation will render the student
liable to an extra fine.
3. Students who have special needs
for certain books between April 3rd
and the beginning of the vacation
may retain such books by applying
at the Charging Desk on April 3rd.
4. Students, who have urgent need
for certain books during the vacation,
will be given permission to draw these
books, provided they are not in gen-
eral demand, on application at the
Charging Desk after April 3rd.
Wm. W. Bishop, Librarian.
Faculty Luncheon: A faculty lun-
cheon honoring President Ruthven
WPA Enrollment Cut
WASHINGTON, March 31.-(IP)-
WPA Administrator F. C. Harrington
ordered today that WPA enrollment
be decreased from 3,000,000 to 2,800,-
000 by April 8.
will be held at the Michigan Union BUDAPEST, March 31.-UP)-The
today at 12:15. Tickets are still avail- boundary dispute between Hungary
able at the main desk in the Union. Eand Slovakia, over which the two
Members of the staffs of all depart- nations clashed last week, was settled
ments are welcome to attend. No peacefully today through concessions
invitations have b2een issued and at- on both sides.
tendance is purely voluntary. Please The settlement placed the Ung
do not wait until noon to make your Valley and its railroad-an important
reservation. i ...'.. 4 -
Students: Those going home Eas-
ter Vacation with the Michigan Union
Student Travel Bureau must have
final payments for their tickets in
by Monday, April 3. The Bureau will
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mInk with Poland-securely within
Hungary's control, protected by
mountain ridges which form a natur-
Hungary agreed to return to Slov-
akia two villages, one of them Paloc
which Slovak airplanes bombed in the
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