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TWO

SUNDAY, OCT.' 30, 1939

THE MICHIGAN DAILY

TWO SUNDAY, OCT. 30, 1938

Marital Course
- Sale Of Tickets
Is Tomorrow
Six Lectures On Marriage
Problems By 4 Eminent
/ Physicians Scheduled
(Continued from Page 1)
ter of the Merrill Palmer School in
Detroit. Dr. Foster will also givel
the final lecture of the series, "Mod-
ern Parenthood," on Dec. 8.
The lectures will present a frank
discussion of all of the problems of
sex and married life by the most com-
petent authorities available in this
country. Senior students will be ac-
cepted in order of registration. Men
will register at the Union, womien at
the League and Medical students at
the University Hospital between the
hours of 3 to 6 p.m. and 7 to 9 p.m. on
Monday and Tuesday of this week.
Identification cards will be required
of all registrants. Tickets will be
signed and presented with identifica-
tion cards for admittance to these
lectures. A list of those who purchased
tickets will be kept.
The faculty committee for the lec-
ture is: Dr. Margaret Bell, Mr. W.
Lloyd Berridge, Dr. Sprague H. Gar-
diner, Dr. Claire E. Healey, Dean'
Alice C. Lloyd, Prof. Howard Y. Mc-
Clusky, Miss Ethel McCormick, Prof.
Arthur E. Wood,.and Mr. Kenneth
Morgan.
The student committee is: Paul
Brickley, '39; Robert Reid, '39E; Rob-
ert Hartwell, '39E; Jean Holland, '39;
Betty Jane Mansfield, '39; Stephanie
Parfet, '39; Helen Jean Dean, '39;
Dorothea Staebler, '39; John O'Hara,
'39; Clarence Kresin, '39; and Phil
Westbrook, '40.
Valerio's Work Noted
"Summer Afternoon," an etching
by Prof. Alexander M. Valerio of the
College of Architecture'was especially
noted by art critics during the Oc-
tober exhibition of the Chicago So-
ciety of Etchers in the Fine Arts
Building, Chicago.

Sudeten Crisis Was Brewing Last
Spring, Declares Professor Cross

DAILY OFFICIAL BULLETIN
Publication in the Bulletin is constructive notice to all members of th.
Universtty. Copy received at the office of the Assistant to the President
until 3:30; 11:00 a.m. on Saturday.

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Sees Chamberlain Policy
As Developing Through
Past Continental Acts

support the Czechs against Germany. IL
They, the English, were drawn into
the ensuing diplomacy through the
French alliance, France having in
its turn a treaty of defensive nature:

ters in the development of German
literature from 1750 to 1900, each ofI
which will be represented by at leastf
six subjects. Students who wish to
compete must be taking a course in
Gernan (32 or above) at the time of
the competition. They should register
and obtain directions as soon as pos-
sible at the office of the German de-
partment, 204 University H,?ll.
Rackham Building: Open every day

except Sunday from 8 a.m. until 10
p.m. for the use of graduate students
and graduate organizations.
Interfraternity Baal Tickets avpdl-
able at the Union Travel desk froms
3 to 6 each evening.
Academic Notices
Students, College of Literature, Sci-
ence, and the Arts: Courses dropped
(Continued on Page 3)
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SUNDAY, OCT. 30, 1938
VOL. XLIX. No. 31
Notices
Ctudnt Pa. drcrpt niM-

Auditorium, at which Mr. Raphael
Zon, Director of the Lake States For-
est Experiment Station will speak on
'Russia Through the Eyes of a For-"
ester." All forestry students are ex-

By BEN MARINO with the Slovak government.
Deeper motivations than a mere Chamberlain's accomplishments in
the negotiations which resulted in
desire to preserve peace on the Eu- placing the Sudeten provinces under.
ropean Continent guided Neville 'higem ueten wresndded
Chamberlain in his relations with the German Reich were undoidbtedly
CAdophm tlerin rinthrecenSu-idictated by the fact that the vaunted
Adolph Hitler during the recent Su- strength of the British air force is a
detn crisi Prof. Athur Lyon dCrs precariously founded truth. From
of the h sor Crtm ent ye- authoritative sources Professor Cross;
terday. Professor Cross, recently re-
turned from a vacation abroad, told had it that Britain is in deadly fear
the Daily that although the, crisis of war for the simple fact that the
precipitated o v e r Czechoslovakia first phase cf any modernhwar would
might seem to have grown to a head~ of a certainty occur in the air and
m~igh tas m r t ohave grown to a. hea d have as its first victims hundreds of
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atu eni y a: lezci nua ude ,peted to attend, and classes in the
Ruthven will be at home to students, School will be dismissed from 10 to
Wednesday from 4 to 6 p.m. 11 a.m. for that purpose. Others in-
terested are cordially invited to be
To Members of the Faculty, Staff present.
and Student Body: Attention of
everyone is called to the Lost and Bronson-Thomas Prize in German.
Found department of the Business j Value $40.00. Open to all undergrad-
office, Room 1, University Hall. In- l uate students in German of distinctly

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MOIN ITRE R,1OR ETENETIN ET

TODAY at 1 - 3- 5 - 9 P.M.
NOW PLAYING
Thru Tuesday-

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wrt suarr ng rap ury; as a ium
of fact, a definite sequence of hap-
penings overseas foretold the im-
pending altercation as early as April.
In April when the government of
Great Britain unexpectedly sanc-
tioned the Austrian Anschluss, .ob-
served Professor Cross, followed
quickly with the naval treaty with
Germany and the forced resignation
of Anthony Eden as foreign secretary
on the grounds that he was not in
sympathy with the policy of appease-
ment toward Germany and Italy,
came the first tangible testimonies
to the revision of foreign policies
in }England. Britain, with its com-
mitments to France, and its theory of
maintaining a balance of power on
the mainland, had previously been
looked upon as the great bulwark
against the more violent aspects of
Fascism and Bolshevism. Nonethe-
less, he said, in March Chamberlain
made it known that he would not
Fraternity Pledges Nine
Physical Education Men
Phi Epsilon Kappa, honorary
physical education fraternity, pledged
nine men to membership at a meet-I
ing held Thursday in the Union.
The pledges are: Frank Ballinger,
Grad; Phil Balyeat, '40; Leo Beebe,
'39; Kooman Boycheff, Grad; Her-
bert Brogan, '41; Paul Cameron, '39;
Harold Nichols, '40; Michael Megre-
gian, '41; and John Munn, Grad.

Meet Me at the Sugar Bowl -
Welcome Back, ALUMNi!
We're certainly glad to see you here again. And we
just want to remind you that the SUGAR BOWL
still offers the finest food in town.

THIS SUNDAY'S SPECIALS -
Comiplete from Soup to Nuts!

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CHICKEN DINNERS ......65c
TURKEY DINNERS ........75c
Premium Steaks a la carte 65c - $1.50
Sea Food Dinners of All Kinds.
The best bottled and draught beers, and the
finest domestic and imported wines,

thousands of hapless civilians. Britain
is not adequately prepared to cope
with a severe war in thetair, nor is
she willing to pay the cost of ill ad-
vised stubborness to an attitude such
as that adopted by Der Fuehrer in
his "Sudetens at any cost" speeches.
However, equally reliable sources
informed Professor Cross that such
an attitude on the part of the German
leader was unfounded, for the situa-
tion in the Reich as far as concerns
food and pro'vender is critical to the
point of disaster. The attempts to
produce synthetic foods and combine
the handy supply of natural food
with chemicals and other materials
in order to spread the available quan
tity has so contaminated the food
that it is almost impossible to eat.
Eggs, milk and other perishable foods
are at a premium and strictly ra-
tioned. Under such conditions it is
not seemly, he added, that Hitler
could have carried on a war for a
long period of time or in an eventual-
ly successful manner.
If reports can be relied upon, how-
ever, it is not certain that Hitler
could have accomplished that feat.
Feeling is slightly on the side of
Chamberlain and his method of deal-
I ing with the situation, Professor Cross
pointed out, for in the last poll, 57
per cent of Great Britain's popula-
tion felt that he handled it correctly.
Approximately 59 per cent of those
on this side of the Atlantic who voted
also favored Chamberlain's procedure.
However, he pointed out, significantly
that only 30 per cent of the pollers
feel that the situation has been set-
tled permanently.
Personally, Professor Cross assert-
ed, he believes Hitler wil attempt to
acquire the rich oil arld wheat fields
of the Ukraine. He is borne out in his
opinion by Hitler's own statement in
his book, "Mein Kampf," where he
states "If we had the oil fields of the
Ukraine, the wheat fields of Rumania,
the Urals and the gold of Siberia,
then would we really be rolling in
wealth."
Regent To Speak
For Gov._Murphy
Regent Charles F. Hemans and
Prof. John P. Dawson of the law
school will speak on the relations of
the gubernatorial election to the
University Wednesday night in the
Union Ballroom under the auspices
of the Murphy-for-Governor Com-
mittee.
In order not to conflict with the
debate sponsored by the Lawyer's Lib-
eral Club, at which Regent John
Lynch and George Brand will talk.
The meeting will be held after the
debate.
Union Coffee Hours
Continue This Week
The 1938 Union Coffee Hours will
continue Tuesday and Thursday of
this week, it was announced yester-
day by James Halligan, '40, Union so-
i cial chairman.
Prof. Howard B. Lewis of the phar-
macy school will lead discussion of
the field of pharmacy and biochem-
istry at the program on Thursday, ac-
cording to Don Treadwell, '40, Union
orientation chairman, who is in
charge of the vocational discussion
series that are a 'feature of the
Thursday Coffee Hours.
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Dictaphone
Shrtnd

quiry concerning lost articles should
be made promptly at the above men-
tioned office. Articles found on the
campus and in University buildings
should be turned over immediately.
Those articles not called for within 601
days will be surrendered to the find-
er Shirley W. Smith.
Forestry Assembly: There will be
an assembly of the School of Forestry
and Conservation at 10 a.m., Mo day,
Oct. 31, in the Natural Science Bldg.

RED GATELAYERS
in
Highlights of Chinese Theatre Arts
(in English)
A thrilling of performance of
DANCE, MUSIC and SHADOW PLAYS
LYDIA MENDELSSOHN THEATRE
Friday, Nov. 4, 1938 8:30 P.M.
Box Office Open November 2 Mail Orders Now!
Telephone 6300 75c and 50c

Coming Wednesday

James Stewart
Margaret Suliavan

"SHOPWORN ANGELL"

Preketes' SUGAR BOWL
109-111 SOUTH MAIN STREET

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American training. Will ie awarded
on the results of a three-hour essay
competition to be held under depart-
mental supervision in the latter half
of March, 1939 (exact date to be an-
nounced two weeks in advance).
Contestants must satisfy the Depart-
meat that they have done their read-
ing in German. The essay may be
written in English or German. Each
contestant will be free to choose his
own subject from a list of at least 30
offered. The list will cover five chap-

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Errol loves Olivia, Olivia loves Pat,
Pat loves Rosalind, and Rosalind
loves Errol! Now, Errol likes Pat
but Pat hates Errol until Rosalind
meets Olivia! Oh, skip it...they're

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Children 10c
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Both Stage and Screen Attractions MUST APPEAL to the MOST DISCRIMINATING .
The Stage Show devised not for applause but for admiration - the screen feature to be enjoyed uproariously.

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