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October 13, 1938 - Image 3

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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

Expense Of ROTC
$100 Per Enrollee
Report Discloses
Military training in the University
of Department of Military Science
and Tactics costs $100.74 per enrollee,
it is disclosed in the annual depart-
mental report issued by Lieut.'Colonel
F. C. Rogers for the school year 1936-
1937.
Michigan taxpayers paid an aver-
age of $92.92 for each R.O.T.C. stu-
dent in 1936-1937 and the Universityt
contributed $7.82 per student. The
total government funds expended
were $64,394.12 and the expense to
the University was $5,420.06.
Six hundred and fifty six studentsf
were enrolled in the Reserve Officer's
Training Corps in 1937.
Union Open To Register
The Union student offices will be
open from 7 p. m. to 8 p. m. today
and tomorrow to accommodate those
students who have not yet registered
with the Uni'on, it was announced
yesterday.

Cinema League
To Show Films
Swedish Cinema. Subject
Of Sunday_ Shows
"The Outlaw and His Wife" and
"The Story of Gosta Berling" will be
presented by the Art Cinema League
as representative of the Swedish cine-
ma Sunday afternoon and evening at
the Lydia Mendelssohn Theatre.
"The Outlaw and His Wife" was
produced in 1917 by Svenska-Biograf,
under the direction of Victor Siostrom.
"The Story of Gosta Berling" is Greta
Garbo's second film. The film was
directed in 1923 by Mauritz Stiller who
wad indirectly responsible for Gar-
bo's phenomena/success in the Ameri-
can film. The script is based on a
popular Swedish novel by Selma Lag-
erlof.
The matinee showing of these films
will be at 3:30 p. m. and the evening
performance at 8:15 p. m. Tickets are
available at the Michigan League, the
Union and at Wahr's Book Store.

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Sudeten Girls Greet Invaders With Shower Of Flowers

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Girls of Friedland, Sudetenland, gathered in the market square to greet German soldiers, members of the
army of occupation which moved into the town. Some of them carried bunches of flowers. The troopers and
officials were pelted with roses until someone struck Chancellor Hitler in the face, causing an order to be sent
out to confiscate all bouquets along his line of march.
Japanese BombsAre Uniting Chinese,
University Graduate Says In Letter

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By WILLIAM NEWTON we had to remain there overnight, and
"No greater propaganda of resis- it was that night when we felt the
tance could be instigated against the heat the most. Also'smoky embers
Japanese than the bombs which they 1 blew in on us now and then. Most of
have dropped on the innocent," said the people did not sleep that night
Ettie Leng Toy Chin, former graduate .. . Many of us got off and made a
student at the University in a letter trip into the city streets leading from
from China to Frances Wang, Grad., the station. It was the first time
president of the Chinese Student club most of the girls had seen the damage
here. which can be wrought."
"Our trip, on the whole, was rather! Miss Chin goes on to describe the
a -safe one, without much alarm along wreckage of the town: "Many of the
the way with the exception of one houses for some distance were prac-
time when we did have to get out of tically laid flat, and burning embers
the train and wend our way into the were still going. In fact there was
nearby rice fields and lie low . . - one house where there was only the
Later on, after two hours wait, we shell left standing, and there the
heard the toot of the whistle, and we fires had not died down, but were
all went back to the train," said Miss still blazing . . . People were warned
Chin, now a faculty member of the against unexploded bombs which
American-endowed Ginling College might be in the vicinity.
located in Nanking. "Many families near the station
After the fall of that city Miss Chin were left homeless, and the following
started with a group of students for day there were countless numbers .. .

present . .

LEARN
TO DANCE
Social Dancing taught
daily. Terrace Garden
Dancing Studio,Wuerth
Theatre Bldg. Ph. 9695
Second Floor

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Chengtu, in Southwestern China,'
where one of the war-time branches
of the college is now located. She
and her group travelled by train, go-
ing by way of Shanghai, Hankow, and
Chungking.
"We came to the place where the"
Japanese had bombed the station
and railroad track nearby, and also
had dropped numerous incendiary
bombs upon the houses near the sta-
tion," she says in her letter. "Judg-
ing from the havoc wrought by the
bombs at Yochow, the distance we
had gone into the rice fields would
not have been great enough for safe-
At each of the points in her journey
the trip was broken by a short stop,
more for the purpose of obtaining re-,
ports of the route ahead than to give
the travellers rest.
"We were halted at the station for
quite some time," she tells, "In fact,j

that climbed aboard freight trains, a
small group here and there, with a
few of their belongings which they
had managed to keep or retrieve, all
going oukto villages. . . where friends
or relatives would give them shelter
until they were able to set themselves
up again."
Miss Chin reached Chengtu and
safety with her entire group of stu-
dents. There the branch of Ginling
was established, and Miss Chin is be-
lieved to be teaching there now. In
parting, she said:
"One of the most wonderful things
about this whole group which made a
deep impression on me was the way
they accepted everything that hap-
pened and kept cheerful faces and an
optimistic outlook on everything, even
in the face of disaster and suffering.
Chemical Engineers
I-Ir UW-u K iliib Eh b E

It's
as
Smooth
as
Silk

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VARSITY NIGHT

Prof. White To Attend
Atlantic City Conivention Dr. William Krumbhaar of Reich-
old Chemicals, Inc., Detroit, addressed
Prof. A. E. White, director of the members of the University of Michi-
Engineering research department, will gan section of the American Chemical
attend the convention of the Ameri- Society in the main lecture auditorium
can Gas Association which takes place of the Chemistry building at 4:15 p.
on Oct.,13, in Atlantic City, the New m. yesterday. He chose for his topic
York Engineers Foundation meeting the "Formation and Destruction of a
on the same day and the Baltimore Paint Film," illustrating his comments
Conference on High Temperature Re- with slides which he and his associates
search. had produced.

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any one of the five Kampus Kwiz ballot boxes and win
tickets to the Union dances or the Michigan Theatre.
Professor Brumm will act as "Professor Kwiz" and test

students with a brain twister.

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Guest artists, band selections, and music by the Yelluw
and Blue dance band.
TICKETS NOW ON SALE AT THE BALLOT BOXES
Ballot boxes located at Union Lobby, League Lobby,
Eng. Arch., in front of main library, and Angell Hall.

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