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October 23, 1938 - Image 8

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League Posts hamberanFaced With Problem,

Are Awarded
Committee Assignments
Are Published By Heads
(Continued from Page 5)

Of Pushing Armament Program
Prime Minister Forced To to deal with Soviet Russia. But when u u
Re-arm While Continuing war seemed inevitable, an authorita- For Information -Call MISS JONES at 2-3241
tive announcement said that if Ger- ___ __
Amany invaded Czechoslovakia, France
would go to the aid of her ally and HELLO EVERYONE - Tis the than mine!!" Knowing the POL-
LONDON Oct. 22.-UP-One of Britain and Russia would stand season for mirth and merriment! HEMUS HAT SHOP we smiled in-
the foremost problems facing Prime: Brai n an d sd d as one dissipating author once dulgently cause there is where you
Minister Neville Chamberlain after After the Munich peace in which said. It's too soon for bluebooks will find the biggest yodler's "shav-
the "Munich peace" is to push Brit- Russia had no part, however, a Brit- there are parties galore, and by ing brush" pompons, pheasant
ain's rearmament program on a still ish cabinet member, Lord Winterton, now you've made that ;good im- tails, and tricky trims for your
vaster scale and, at the same time, Chancellor of the Duchy of Lancast- pression on the "pfof"-let's take sport hat. Lush Kitten Fluffs, too,
continue his policy of appeasement er, disclosed how little the govern- a bit of time-off to see what's in in unusual shades. P.S. If you're
with Germany and Italy, ment counted on Russian help. the air, looking for perky hair bows, here
The British public, from the man His statement that the Soviet *A° they can be made to match your
in the street to the aristocrats and Union had made only vague promises Down at the PARROT there's outfits. any size, every color.
big-moneyed classes, is demanding a, because of its military weakness drew music in the air. Lot's of new*
greater national effrt to make the a bitter retort from the Russian em- records on the "Vic" start you ONLY 56 DAYS till we'll be off
nation strong. bassy here. tapping your toes-Lots of fun, on the trains for Xmas vacation.
On the other hand, Germany and But Lord Winterton's statement in - N risfrXa aain
-people, and that special zip in their No! that's not a sour note, it's just
Italy. ever distrustful of democratic dicated to many that Britain now peolak pe ip in te.r
motives, see such a development as a would seek to isolate the U.S.S.R. ten o'clock cokes. If you want to a word to the wise. GAGES LINEN
blow to the hopes for arms limitation from European councils more than check up on Gargoyle's taste in SHOP have stunning Martex bath
born at the Munich four-power con- ever. Freshman women the Parrot's your towel sets-perfect for Christmas
ference. With Czechoslovakia fast falling happy hunting ground. They seem or shower gifts with a modernistic
If Britain and France were to show into the German orbit of influence to get around to the best places monogram, so here's just a whisper
so little faith in the Munich Accord I and losing her democratic character, in town! that monograming takes time. You
as to speed up their own armaments, other British quarters also are at- At itmight well drop your order in be-
Germany and Italy would have to do tacking the frontier guarantee which :fore the well-known rush! Lovely
the same, say the inspired Nazi and Britain and France gave at Munich. YEARNING for that $5 black pastels, unusual deep colors. Just
Fascist press. They contend that Czechoslovakia lipstick? Here's yours for 1/5 the a little memorandum.
Even in high British quarters there is to become a satellite state and the tug on the purse strings. Black
is little attempt to conceal pessimism guarantee is no longer necessary. It Magic had part in the schieming FASHION IS SPINACH! Very
over the future of relations between is assailed also on grounds that it of this ingenuity. We guarantee well, say what you like but there's
the two western democracies and the violates Britain's traditional policy of the boy friend will swear it's black high style in DILLON'S date dress-
two authoritarian nations. avoiding continental commitments. when he views the stick and will, it's soaring sky high.
Big obstacles lie ahead --colonies, What specific course British foreign amazedly wonder: "What next?"' eIat, it's sigs hrgh
Spain, economic issues--and Britons policy is to take as a result of the But - a twist of the charmers Hollywood have brought here a
from right to left are insisting that Munich peace, Chamberlain has not wrist and she smooths it on-a lave of a dress-deep French blue
the only way the democracies can disclosed. His silence has added to lucious deep red. Saks Fifth Ave-
hold their own with the dictators in the anxiety over the future of the nue scooped the expensive variety velvet with two patch-pockets of
any settlement is through armed Empire. last spring. CALKINSFLETCH i ermine fur. Another, a slim black,
strength. The Prime Minister is expected, ERhas hs.in tereIN trick fo has shoulders encrusted with bril-
The document that Chamberlain however, to give some indication of ER has this iteresting trick foI liant sequins in sophisticated
brought back from Munich bearing his plans when parliament reassem- you. flower design. "Val" lace, yards
bis own and Adolf Hitler's signatures bles Nov. 1. ,* * and yards of it, edges a black two
-a pledge to adjust their differences ADMIRING OUR NEW Kitten piece. Lastex shirring trims your
by consultation and a statement of PnFluff hat, a masculine voice boom- waist to unbelievable 'slimness.
the desires of their two peoples never Union Will Present ed behind-"The only objection to Anyone is truly Fashion with
again to go to war against each otherI
gi done litte to ag e thisvie. Firsthat hat is-It has a bigger feather capital letters!
-has done little to change this view. First Coffee Hour

The first of this year's series of
Union\ Coffee Hours will be held
Tuesday, Oct. 25, and will last from
4:30 p.m. to 5:30 p.m., it was an-
nounced yesterday by Paul Brickley,
'39, Union president.
The Union Coffee Hours, instituted
last year, are held weekly for the
purpose of providing a congenial at-
mosphere for students and faculty to
meet and discuss questions of coin-
mon interest.


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