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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

FRIDAY,P 28, 1939

To Present French Comedy Tonight

Justice To Talk
To Case Club
Annual Dinner Features1
Blume As Toastmaster
Chief Justice Marvin B. Rosen-1
berry of the Wisconsin Supreme
Court will be the main speaker at
6:30 p.m. today in the Lawyers' Club.
Prof. William W. Blume of the
Law School will act as toastmaster
and Prof. John E. Tracy will pre-
sent awards to the finalists in last
week's junior Case Club finals, in
,which Roy Steinheimer, '40L, John
Adams, '40L, John Fubs 5,m, '40L, and
Robert Solomon, '40L, participated.1
Adams and Rubsam won the compe-
tition and were awarded $80 and
Solomon and Steinheimer were
awarded $70. All four of them will
receive keys.
Ralph Helper, '39L, winner in last
year's finals, will speak for the re-
tiring Case Club judges and Adams,
chairman for next year, will speak
for the new judges.

Gladwin Letters
Given To Library
Three letters written in 1874 by
Maj. Henry Gladwin, commandant of
the garrison at Detroit at the time
of Pontiac's seige have been given to
the Clements Library by Dr. Law-
rence Reynolds of Detroit, it was
announced yesterday.
These three letters, previously un-
available to historians, are the last to
become available for research, and
will make possible the complete study
of the chapter of Michigan's history
known as Pontiac's War.
The Library now owns 55, or about
two-thirds of the letters of Gladwin.
Photostatic copies of the other one-
third have been secured by the Clem-
ents Library.
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Alumni Entertain Team
The University of Michigan Club
of Philadelphia will entertain Coach
Ken Doherty and his track team, in
Philadelphia for the Penn Relays, at
its annual dinner tonight.

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Hillel To Hear Speaker
Dr. Isaac Rabinowitz will speak
on "The United Jewish Appeals Drive"
immediately following the weekly
Sabbath service at 8 p.ni tonight in
the Hillel Foundation. hPi Sigma
Sigma sorority will be hostesses at
the social hour after the servcie. To-
night services will be reform.

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The members of Le Cercle Francais who will present "Ces Dames Aux
Chapeaux Verts" tonight in the Lydia Mendelssohn Theatre are top
row left to right: Robert Vandenberg, '40, John Hogg, '41, Salvatore
Longo, '41, Jenny Petersen, '39, David Gibson, '41, Frances Bluimenthal,
'40, and Warrington Willis, '39. Bottom row left to right: Margaret
Murphy, '39, Carrie Wallach, '41, Mary Allinson, '39, and Ruth Calkins,'40
Legal Research Library Exhibits
History Of World Peace Plans

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munity of the whole German folk." An exhibit of the various plans for
peace expounded from the eleventh
After a strong indictment of the century up to the present League of
Nazis' method of attack, Professor Nations' founding in 1919 is now on
Angell said he firmly believes that display at the Legal Research Li-
America must approach the prob- brarya e
lem of social disintegration on the The display, arranged by Esther
same two levels as the Germans, but Betz, assistant law librarian, refutes
in a different manner., He suggests the common belief that the League
bringing the social classes to a closer of Nations plan was one of the first
understanding of ones another through for world peace, she said.
consistent emphasis on American Hugo Grotius; Father of Interna-I
values at all levels of education. tional Law, published the first syste-
Need To Teach Loyalty matic treatise in 1625 on, "The Law ofj
Labor service would teach young War and Peace," in which he pro-
people their obligation to se've the posed congresses of the Christian
country without thought of remuner- powers which were to meet periodi-
ation, Professor Angell maintains. He cally to adjust by diplomatic nego-
believes children should be taught a tiations, disputes not otherwise set-
deep loyalty to the American ideal of tled, and to compel parties to accept
a nation-community devoted to world peace on equitable terms.
peace. An essay discussing the "Present
The encouragement and support of and Future Peace of Europe" by Wil-
the cooperative movement, he says, is liam Penn was first published in
perhaps the most feasible solution 1693. In his essay Penn suggestedi
to the problem of all, for the move- that all differences between sover-
ment already exists in the United eigns be brought before a sovereign
States on a considerable scale and assembly. He also advocated that
when fully developed can be a great armaments be limited to national
force in local community integra- needs.
tion, in national solidarity, and in The Abbe de Saint Pierre published
international friendship. his first sketch for perpetual worldG
peace in 1712. The copy on display
is a first edition, Miss Betz said. l
Charles Turner Killed Another first edition is Immanuel
Kant's "On Perpetual Peace." Three
Charles Turner, son of the late constructive principles for the main-
Prof. Edward Raymond Turner, died tainence of peace were established
of injuries received in an auto acci- in this work which was published in
dent April 22 in Delaware, according 1795. He also proposed: a permanent
to word received here yesterday. international congress representing a
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federation of states, the abolition of
standing armies and the creation of
world citizenship in addition to na-
tional citizenship.
The peace plan of Jeremy Bentham
written between 1786 to 1789 has been
described as a pioneer of the present
League of Nations. In order to re-
move the cause of war, he proposed a
reduction of armaments. He also
advocated general perpetual treaties
limiting the size of armies and the
establishment of a common court of
judication for settlement of differ-
ences between nations.
Relief Rates Show
High March Total
Financial aid to the unemployed,
the aged, the needy and the indigent
ill in Washtenaw County totalled
$141,053 during March, a $9,923 in-
crease over the February figure, ac-
cording to a survey released yester-
day.
The rise in the total cost of wel-
fare was accounted for by an increase
in the number of persons receiving
compensation for being totally or
partially unemployed.
The Federal government bore the
heaviest burden, $75,079, most of it
representing. the WPA payroll in the
county. The State paid $47,922, and
the county and local government units
contributed $18,052.
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