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Czechoslovakia: Before And A f ter The Munich Conferen ce
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With Germany occupying the first of the Sudetenland, Czechoslovakia capitulated farther to outside demands
in accepting Polish occupation of the Teschen area. The black-numbered areas show the sections and date of
German occupation; The Tesehen area is indicated by No. 5 and No. 6 locates the next controversial area if{
Hungary presses its demands.

Prof. Howard M. Wight of the for-
estry school is the author of "Field
and Laboratory Technic in Wildlife
The volume, which is 107 pages long
and lithoprinted, is, according to the
author, "intended to present accurate,
rapid and concise methods of obtain-
ing scientific information in the field
of wildlife management with particu-
lar reference to game birds and game

P. M.
Stevenson News
The Inside of Sports
So What
Helen Mencken
Big Town with Edw. G. Robinson
Al Jolson Show with Martha Raye
We, the People
Benny Goodman's Orchestra
Hal Kemp's Orchestra
Diesel Flashes
Vincent Lopez' Orchestra
Count Basie's Orchestra
Dick Barrie's Orchestra

Chinese Artist Holds
Art Exhibit In New
An exhibition of water-colors by
the Chinese artist Ya-Kun Chang,
Grad., is being held in Rooms 3514
and 3515 of the Horace H. Rackham
Building, under the sponsorship of the
International Center. The exhibit
opened Saturday, Oct. 1, and will con-
tinue until Tuesday, Oct. 11. Admis-'
sion is free, and the rooms are open
from 9 a.m. to 6 p.m. every day.
The collection on display in the.
Rackham Building contains 52 pieces.
Included are 10 examples of the "fin-
ger-tip" paintings which are so rare-
ly seen in this country.
Mr. Chang has a recognized place
among the superior contemporary ar-
tists of China. He is at present in the
University Graduate School, and at
one time he was head of the Fine
Arts Department of Soochow Univer-
sity in China. Mr. Chang displayed
his work in the First National. Art
Exhibition at Shanghai in 1929 and in
the Soochow University Art Exhibition
in 1931. He also had several paint-
ings in the Ann Arbor Art Association
exhibit last year. After the current
showing in the Rackham Building,
Mr. Chang will send his entire collec-
tion to the Thompson galleries in
Detroit. where it will be on display
for a month.
Mr. Chang is in charge of the ex-
hibition every afternoon, and he will
be glad to answer any questions and
to speak about the technique of his
Student Senate Calls
First MeetTonight
(Continued from Page 1-)
Lane Hall, which will be open for
that purpose from 4 to 6 p.m. Monday,
Oct. 10 through Friday, Oct. 14, Mag-
dol explained. Petitions mus't be
signed by not less than six students
and must be accompanied by. Univer-
sity certificates of scholastic eligibili-
ty and by a 50c filing fee.
The agenda for tonight's meeting
1. Call to order by speaker at 7:30
2. Call of the roll by the clerk.
3. Committee reports:
Housing committee-Senator Allen
Braun, '40. Results of recommenda-
tions by Edward Magdol, '39, (by per-
mission of the chair. Continuation
committee-Report by Senator Mar-
tin B. Dworkis, '40, chairman. Finan-
cial report-Senator Dworkis and
Magdol. Sex education committee-
Senator Phil Westbrook, '40. Negro
education committee-Senator Rob-
ert Gill, Grad.
4. General Pending Business.
Motion by Senator Tom Downs, '39,
relative to the establishment of a
permanent commission to carry out
the recommendations of the Spring

TUESSDAY, OCT. 4, 1938
Faculty, College of Literature,
ence, and the Arts:
Attendance report cards are b
distributed through the Departi
tal Offices. Instructors are req
ed to report absences to my o
in accordance with the rules pri
on these cards. Please note e
cially the regulations concer
three-week absences, and the
time limits for dropping courses.
rules relating to absences are pri
below. They may also be foun
page 36 of the current annou
ment of our College.
Rules Relating To Absences
1. Three consecutive absences
be reported for the informatio
the administration.
2. When the instructor cons
the number of absences to be e
sive, he may either report the
to the Assistant Dean, with p
or exclude the student from clas
the latter case, he shall notify th
sistant Dean of this action and
ommend either the record "dro
without grade" or "dropped wit
In making recommendations, ins'
tors should take into account the
"Save under extraordinary cir
stances, courses dropped by fresh
students with less than 24 hou
credit) after the end of the ei
week, and by all other students
the end of the sixth week, wi
recorded with the grade E."
A student who is absent from
course more than three weeks w
required to drop the course, u
on the recommendation of the
structor in charge he is given s
permission to continue. Applic
for special permission should
made to the Administrative Boa:
the College.
3. A student who is absentf
' all his courses more than three w
will be required to withdraw fo
rest of the semester unless on
recommendation of his instructo
is given special permsision to con'
all or part of his courses. Applic
for special permission should ben
to the Administrative Board of
4. A student who enters a class
shall be deemed to have been a
from all meetings of the class u
that date.
5. Each absence on the day
mediately preceding or followi
vacation or holiday shall be owu
as three. The instructor shallI
power to waive this rule in case
6. Except for members of te
absence for the purpose of atten
out-of-town athletic or other<
tests, performances, or exhibi
State Stre

LInvestigator Metcalf e Jewish Holday
Hillel To Conduct Yom
Sci- Kippur Services
Yom Kippur, the Jewish Day of
eing Atonement, and the most solemn day
men- of the Jewish year, will begin today
uest- at sundown, with special holid'ay serv-
ffice ices to be conducted by the Hillel
nted ,Lt'.S Foundation beginning at 8 p.m. at the
spe- 1Unitarian Church. Dr. Bernard Hel-
Th lar will speak on "Choosing Loyalties"
The Services will also be held at 10 a.m
nted f*tomorrow. Rabbi Heller's subject will
ned nbe "The Meaning of Suffering." Ar-
Ince- n rangements have been made to seat
about 100 more persons, to relieve any
- In Bund uniform he wore posing over crowdedness
shall as a "storm trooper," Investigator Orthodox services will be held
n of John Metcalfe testified before Dies throughout the holiday at the Beth
investigating comittee, showing pie- Israel Center, 538 North Division St.,
tures taken, he said, at Bund camps. beginning at 6 p.m. today and at 8:30
iders a.m. tomorrow. Yizkor, the memorial
xces- service, will be held at 3 p.m. tomor-
case shall be deemed wilful neglect, and rvice willel at 3 pm thr
ower, such absence shall be counted as row at the Hillel services and at the
s. In three. Members of teams shll pre- Center.Dr. Heller will speak again
e As- sent to each instructor a written at the Yizkor services.
rec- statement from the responsible au-
pped thorities specifying the exact period Sailn T
h E." for which absence from the city is Mio lis,
truc- necessary.:, i To w
rule, 7. No student shall be admitted to e11(,"rO
cum- a class after the end of the third week
imen of a semester. ( The Michigan Sailing Club, or-
rs of 8. At any time when reports from a ganized last year, will hold its first
ghth student's instructors indicate that meeting of the current semester at 8
after through, excessive absence 'he is ne- p.m. Wednesday in the Union. All
ll be glecting his work, the Administrative students interested in sailing are in-
Board shall have power to put him on vited to be present.
any probation. At the end of the semes- At present the club owns three sail-
ill be ter it may also assign him one or ing dinghies and one sloop, as well as
nless more hours of credit. property at Whitmore Lake on which
in- -E. A. Walter, Asst. Dean. a clubhouse will be built this fall. Ac-
iecial cording to Tony De Palma, '39E, com-
ation Eligibility for Public Activities: The modore, three more dinghies will be
1 be attention of all those participating purchased this fall for "frostbite
rd of in public activities is called to the races" before the lake freezes.
following ruling. The members of the club intend to
from Cctrtificate Of Eligibility.- At the sail in matches against the sailing
Meeks beginning of each semester and sum- club of the University of Illinois next
r the mer session every student shall be spring.
the conclusively presumed to be ineligible
rs he for any public activity until his el-
tinue igibility is affirmatively established
ation (a) by obtaining from the Chairman
made of the Committee on Student Af-
the fairs, in the Office of the Dean of
Students, a written Certificate of
late Eligibility. Participation before the RMTERNTY
bsent opening of the first semester must be
iP to approved as at any other time.LY
m Before permitting any student or
im- students to participate in a public
ng ea activity (see definition of Participa-
ae tion above), the chairman or man-
have ager of such activity shall (a) require Burr, P "
es of each applicant to present a certifi-
cate of eligibility, (b) sign his in-
ams, tials on the back of such certificate
ding and (c) file with. the Chairman of
con- the Committee on Student Affairs
tions (Continued on Page 4)
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Drink a Toast!
After the theatre the place
for cool ref resehing beer or wine
is Flautz's. So, to top the eve-
ning off just right, bring your
party down and have a tasty
sandwich and beer.
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