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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

DAILY OFFICIAL
BULLETIN

State Department Insists (Co"ti""ed from Page 4
On Open Door Policy tures: under the auspices of the De-
* partment of Biochemistry:
(Continued from Page 1) Nov. 4, . 4:15 p.m., Amphitheatre,j
Horace H. Rackham School of Grad-
this is a threat with a punch in it. uate Studies. ,The Preparation and;
Many students of foreign affairs con- Chemistry of the Proteins of Leaves."
sidered it the most likely to be carried Nov. 4, 8:15 p.m., Room 303 Chem-
out, partly because it. could be in- istry Building, "The Application of
coked quickly by Presidential procla- X-rays to the Study of the Long
mation. Chain Components of Waxes."
In diplomatic circles it was said Nov. 5, 11 a.m., Room 303, Chem-
Japan's attitude toward American in- istry Building, "Criticism of Methods
of Amino Acid Analysis in Proteins.
terests in China would have at leastofAiocdAnlssnPrtn.
the effect of postponing indefinitely This lecture is especially designed for
any American recognition of the Gov- thoseinterested in the analytical
ernment of Manchukuo. It was noted chemistry of proteins.
that the American statement used the'
University Lecture: Dr. 1larvin R.
Manchukuo never, in referng to tesThompson, Director of Warner In-
rio neeiheerigt h stitute for Therapeutic Research
region where the .Japanese set up asiuefrTeaetcRsac
puppet state and changed its name (formerly Professor of Pharmnaclogy
from Manchuria to Manchukuo. at° the University of Maryland) will
The Unted Stte neh3 uors lecture on "The Chemistry and Phar-
The United States note, 3,004words macology of Ergot" on Thursday,
long, was a fundamental statement of Nov. 10, at 4:15 p.m., in Room 165
America's position. It accused Japan Chemistry Building, under the auspi-
of trying to monopolize all commerce, ces of the College of Pharmacy. The
transport and communication, in public is cordially invited.
China by setting up pseudo-Chinese
monopolies; with manipulating the
currency in North China; with tam- Public Lecture on Aviation: Dr. T.
pering with the tariffs; with keeping Theodorsen, Chief, Physical Re-
American businessmen from their search Division of the National Ad-
properties; and with censoring and visory Committee for Aeronautics,
interfering with American mail and will give a lecture on recent research
telegrams at Shanghai. problems in aeronautics, at 4:15 p.m.
Declaring American trade had been Friday, Oct. 28, in the Amphitheatre,
virtually squeezed out of Manchuria third - floor, Rackham Building. All
by Japanese manipulations, the note interested are cordially invited to
said : attend.
"The Government of the 'United-
Statesis now apprehensive lest there
develop in other areas of China whichE
have been occupied by Japanese mili- Architects, Engineers, Dec. Design
tary forces since the beginning of the Students are invited to hear "Practi-
present hostilities a situation similar cal Problems in Lighting Equipment
in its adverse effect upon the com- Design" discussed and illustrated by
petitive position of American busi- George P. Wakefield, designer for,
ness tb that which now exists in F. W. Wakefield Brass Company,
Manchuria." makers of lighting specialties, at

4:15 p.m. this afternoon in Room 9:00, Social, Mrs. Sharfman, host- the part of the students at the Inter-
246 West Engineering Building. All ess. national Center.
who are interested are invited.
Assembly Banquet Committees: All
Alpha Lambda, Delta: The conven- Coming Events eligibility slips must be in by the end
tion banquet tonight will be held in Freshman Round Table: President e weekofr you will automatically
the Grand Rapids room of the League Ruthven will speak at the Freshman
at 6:30 p.m. It will be a formal af- Round Table on "A Balanced Edu- ISgna Xi: The first chapter meet-
lair. Luncheon on Saturday will be Ication," four o'clock, Sunday after- ing of the year will be held Monday,
at 12:15, ro m will be posted onthe noon, Lane Hall. All members of Oct. 31 at 8 p.m. in the third floor
please call for your dinner and lun- the Freshman Class are welcome to amphitheatre of the Rackham Bldg.
cheon tickets between 1 p.m. and 3 the Round Table Discussions. Dr. Isaacs will give an illustrated lec-
cheo tiketsbeteen1 p~. ad 3ture on "The Talmud as a Source of
p.m. today at the Convention regis-Mteron TheTHdstaryorceno"
tration desk in the League. Business The Angell Hall Observatory will be Material for the History of Science."
meeting begins at 2 p.m. today. open to the public from 8:30 to 10:00 BsTm n
Saudyeeig Ot 9 h he Bibliophiles : The first meeting will
Saturday evening, Oct. 29. The three be held TuedayNov.1, in the Michi-
Stalker Hall. The Friday Nighter planets, the Moon, Jupiter and Sat- be heguesaNv 1, in thsMrchi-
Class in "Through the New Testa- urn, will be shown through the tele- anague with Mrs. Carl Dahlstrom
nent" will meet with Dr. Brashares scopes. Children must be accom- acting as hostess.
At 70 m Fllnwincr the class we panied by adults..

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"A good time for a good cause" will
be the theme of the Hallowe'en party
to be held at 8 p.m. tomorrow at the
Unitarian Church to raise funds for
supplies to be- sent to Loyalist Spain.
The Ann Arbor Committee to Aid
Spain, which -is sponsoring the affair,
in conjunction with organizations all
over the country, is working to com-
plete the million dollar cargo of the
Erica Reed which will sail Sunday for
Spain.
The program for tomorrow night
includes a brief service of apprecia-
tion for Ann Arbor volunteers in
Spain, a poetry recital by Kimon
Friar, Grad., the showing of the new
Spanish film "Return to Life,"
ing Club Room in the Rackham Bldg.
There will be games and refresh-
ments. The girls will wear sweaters
and skirts.
Women Students: The Badminton
courts in Barbour Gymnasium will
be open to women students on Tues-
day evenings from 7:30 to 9:30. Men
may use the courts if guests of wom-
en students.

Hallowe'en Party
Will AidLoyalists

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will have a party at 9 o'clock at which
time we shall have a program of
folk dancing led by one of the in-
structors from the Ford Motor Co.
All Methodist students and their
friends are cordially invited for both
the class and party.
Harris Hall: The TGTS for all
Episcopal students and their friends
will meet today at Harris Hall from
3 to 6 p.m.
The Discifiles Guild will have a
Hallowe'en party in the basement of
Lane Hall tonight, 8:30-12 o'clock.
Disciples students and their friends
are invited. 15 cents charge.
Masquerade Hallowe'en Party to-
[ight sponsored by the Westminster
Guild in the Student chapter of the
First Presbyterian Church.
All Presbyterian students and their
friends are cordially invited to par-
ticipate in a hilarious Hallowe'en.
Hillel Friday evening services: The
Hillel Services will be conducted un-
der the following new schedule:
7:30 p.m., Orthodox services.
8 p.m., sermon.
"Secrets of A Synagogue Attic," by
Dr. Bernard Heller.
8:30, Reform services.

International Council Program. The
program of the International Coun-
cil following the Sunday-evening
supper at 7 o'clock next Sunday, Oct.
30, is of more than usual interest.
Students from six different countries
will lead in a symposium on the sub-
ject, "School Customs of my Coun-
try." Mr. John Johnstone of the In-
tramural Sports Department will ex-
plain the plan for the more general
participation in intramural sports on
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International Soccer Team: Stu-
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terested in organizing an Interna-
tional Soccer team will meet Mr.
John Johnstone of the Intramural
Sports Department at 8 o'clock, Sun-
day evening,in the Recreation Roam
3f theCenter, immediately following
the program.
The Graduate Outing Club -ill have
a Hallowe'en party at"8:30 p.m. Sat-
urday, Oct. 29. in the Graduate Out-

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