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THE MICITCAN DAILY

i'irst Lecture I
Is Announced I
B y French Cub

DAILY OFFICIAL BULLETIN
, . r I . ceto ali members of th.
k'nivers;ty. Copy received at the office of the Asvtstat to the Pre tdmrnt
until 3:3u: 11 :00 a.m on Saturday

Forest Fires Destroy Califorfi Shoreside Buildings

Survey Finds
Great Change
In U.S. Policy

(Continued from Page 4 'he League Monday at 4:00 p.m.
Please be prompt.
Paul Leyssac Is Scheduled will be held Monday at 12:10 p.m. in _esprm
ToDramatic the Founders' Room of the Michigan The Book Shelf and Stage Section
To Present ~~Union. All faculty members in- ~ h aut oe' lbwl
Recital Next Tuesday terested in speaking German are cor-meat hcul ome of M s. Lu i"
dially invited. Professor Hereward Keeler, 1135 Granger avenue. Tues-
Paul Leyssac, noted actor, lecturer T. Price will give a brief informal day, November 29, at 2:45 p.m. Mrs.
talk (with lantern slides) on "DiedaNvme2,at:4pm.Ms
and aul tor, will open this year's series Backstcin-Goak Norddeutschlands." Thomas J. Mitchell is assisting hos-
of Frer"h lectures sponsored by the _ _ess,
Cercle Prancais when he will give a Physics Colloquium: Professor F. A. "Principles ofnterior Decoration"
ramat recital in French Tuesday Firestone will speak on "Supersonics," will be discussed by Mrs. Ralph W.
in Room 103 of the Romance Lan- and Mr. R. H. Nichols will speak on Hammett at the next meeting of the
gua e 1_ ilding. "Auditory Fatigue, (with reference Interior Decoration section of the
B cai .se M. Leyssac is to appear in to measurement of subjective har- Fa-culty Women's club to be held at
the hour1 monics)" at the Physics Colloquium 3 o'clock Thursday afternoon, Dec.
Chicago the same evening ton Monday, Nov. 28, at 4:15 in Room 1, at the Michigan League. This lee-
of the x ogram is 4:05 p.m. instead of 1041 E. Physics Bldg. ture will furnish the background for
the usual time of 4:15 p.m. uewunishetesbcn rnteror
M Lyssac has been decorated by La Sociedad ispanica: There will subsequent lectures on interior de-
en willcoration. Because of her studies and
King C ristian X. of Denmark and be a meeting at the Michigan League practical experience in interior de-
King L. opold I. of Belgium for his on Tuesday, Nov. 29, at 7:30 p.m. coratilon M'rs. Hammett is a recog-
tran. latons and recitations of many Mr. Earl W. Thomas of the Depart-cozdators.yHantis ared. g
of the zairy tales of Hans Christian ment of Romance Languages will pre-
Anders a. He now has translated 28 sent a short talk, "Viaje por Mejico." Monday Evening Dramatic Club:
of them in English and has already Games and song will complete the
given r, any of these in broadcast iprogram. Members will please bring Faculty Women's Club, 7:30 p.m.
and television programs. their song books. All those interested Monday, Michigan Union.
As an actor, M. Leyssac has taken are invited to attend.
promin! at parts on the stage in ;Paris, -- Labor Committee of the A.S.U. will
London and New York. He appeared Association Book Group: Albert meet Monday night at 8 o'clock in
in Ann Arbor for the first time in Schweitzer's "My Life and Thought" the Michigan Union. Anyone in-
1935 wlen he performed as the nar- will be reviewed by Mr. Kenneth Mor- terested in student working condi-
rator in Henegger's "King David" in gan at the meeting of the Association tions is urged to attend. See Union
the May Festival. Leyssac later re- Book Group, Lane Hall, 4:00 p.m. bulletin board for location.
turned >'ere that fall to give a dra- Fencing Club-Women Students:
matic recital. . Graduate Luncheon: Wednesday! Organization meeting in the correc-
Aft er Tuesday's recital, the pro- November 30, twelve noon, Michigan tiveromomn groun fo o Barbour
gram o' the Cercle Francais is as i League, Cafeteria Style. This meet- Gym , ground t oor o daur
follows: Dec. 13, "Antoine et le The- ing will be held in the .Cafeteria Al- Gymnas interested and ligiMonda
atre Libre" by James O'Neill; Jan. cove in place of the Russian Tea invited to attend this meeting.
12, "Ports de France" by Prof. Marc Room. Professor Leslie A. White, of
Denking <r; Feb. 16, "Les Ecoles Fran- the department of Astropology, will
caises" ' y Prof. Michael Pargment; speak informally on "The Science of rche$
March 2 "Comment Lire un Poeme de Culture."
Victor F-ago: "Oceano Nox," by Prof. St. Andrew'sEpiscopal Church:
Charles nudson; March 16, "Voyage Services Sunday: 8 a.m. Holy- Com-
Ca rig d" by Mme. Caro-Delvailleg Deutscher Verein: The first of five munion; 11 a.m. Morning Prayer and
Ma u Pchig 3 y Metarosesvdle;illustrated talks sponsored by the I sermon by the Rev. Henry Lewis; 7
Barch' b0." Les Metamorphoses de Verein will be given Tuesday evening, I p.m. Student meeting, Harris Hall.
Beauma:┬░chais by Prof. Eugene Ro- Nov. 29 at 8:15 p.m. in the Michigan Speaker: Prof. James K. Pollock on
llain; and April 28, Representation League. Professor Otto LaPorte will I Machine Politics Up To Date." Re-
Annuelle du Cercle. The group's an- speak on "Uber Japanische Volk- ┬░reshments.
nual drmatic presentarian. .sk n" b J--__n
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Much Interest Manifested
By Public In Situation;
Isolation May Be Past
(Continued from Page i)
the Department of State believes this
to be the case is manifest in all its
recent activities.
Certainly no opposition is expected
to American participation in the Pan-
American trade agreement, and the
settlement of the land claims dispute
with Mexico. Secretary of State Hull
will have definite and concrete ex-
amples of the good neighbor policy in
action to show the other delegates,
and it is quite likely that his expected
plea for greater Pan-American soli-
darity will ring clear in the ears of
the Latin-Americans. The infiltration
of German, Italian and Japanese
agents in this region is one of the
most pressing problems confronting
the State Department, and a further
defining of American policy in regard
to the totalitarian states can be ex-
pected in the reports from Lima.
The important thing is the settle-
ment with Mexico, as most observers
see it, is that the application of the
good neighbor policy may be expected
to be extended to the other contro-
versies with that country which have
not yet been solved, including the
question of the expropriation by the
government of President Cardenas of
American oil properties in Mexico;
the problem of the Rio Grande, Colo-
rado and 'other rivers which flow
through the territory of both coun-
tries, and trade relations.
(In subsequent articles the various as-
pects of contemporary pr lems of Ameri-
can foreign policy discussed in the present
piece, as well as the implications inherent
in the Neutrality Act, re-armament, and
other measures will be analyzed by mem-
bers of the faculty.)

Buildings alcng the Roosevelt Highway, that borders the Pacific shore north of Santa Monica, Cal., are
shown in flames from the forest fires that swept down to the water's edge from the mountainous Tepanga
Canyon region. The damage has been estimated at $5, 000,Q00.

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for in pharmacology, will speak on ser of the School of Education will
"Nationalism, as I Saw It in Europe." speak on "The College of the Future."
9 p.m. Coffee hour. This meeting is held in the Russel
Parlor of the Student Center.

First urch of CUrist, ScientiLt,
409 S. Division St.
Sunday morning service at 10:30.
Subject: "Ancient an6 Modern Ne-
cromancy, alias Mesmerism and
Eypnotism, Denounced."
Golden Text: Romans 8:31.
Sunday school at 11:45.
The Hillel Foundation, Sunday:
11 a.m. Council meeting.
4 p.m., Recital by Hillel String Trio
and Margery Aoramson., Contralto.
6 p.m., Cost supper.
8 p.m., Forum.
Rabbi M. Wohlgelernter of Detroit,
"An cArthodox Jew Looks at Jewish
Youth Problems."

First Baptist Church: Sunday,
10:45 a.m. Prof John Mason Wells,
D.D., former pastor, now of Hills-
dale college faculty, will preach on
"The Crisis of Christianity." The
Church School meets at 9:30.

preach on "Our Entrance into the,
Holy Place." The Student Fellowship
will have their regular supper meet-
ing at 6:00 p.m.
First Methodist Church: Morning,
worship at 10:40 o'clock. Dr. Charles
W. Brashares will preach on "Toward
Christmas."

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9:45 a'.m.
University
House, 50
of the wr
Prophetic
tures. 6:15
Mrs. C. C.
dent from

Stalker, Hall: Student Class at
Williams Guild: Sunday, 9:45 a.m. Discussion of the book "As
Dr. Chapman will meet I See Religion" by Fosdick.
students at the Guild W
3 E. Huron, for a discussion Rabbi Bernard Heller- will speak on
iting and collection of the the subject "A Poisonous Kiss." Fel-
Literature of the Scrip- lowship Hour and sipper following
5 p.m. At the Guild meeting the meeting.
Chambers, a graduate stu-
the University of Shanghai ___ __-

,will speak on "Twenty-five Years
Reformed and Christian Reformed !in China."

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)ioirne Refuses
Exhibit Offer

Associate membership + tickets for
the whole series or single lectures
may be procured at the door at the
time of the lecture
The Graduate Education Club will'
meet on Tuesday, Nov. 29, at 4:15I

First Congregational Churc i: Min-
ister, Rev. L. A. Parr.
Sunday morning, 10:45.
Dr. Parr will preach on "Too Much
Religion."
6 p.m. Student Fellowship Supper.
Professor Hollister of the School of
Speech will talk on "Religion in Lit-
erature."

Turn Down World Fair's n the library of the University
ur 4DownWord F'atr Elementary School. Professors S. A.
Reqhest As Exploitation Courtis and W. C. Olsen will present
their respective viewpoints on the
CALL ,NDER, Ont., Nov. 26--(Can- subject, "Remedial Instruction in the
adian Pi rss)-Oliva Dionne, father of Light of Recent Growth Studies," af-
the Quint.uplets, today turned thumbs ter which the m~eeting will be thrown
down on a plan to exhibit his little open for questions, contributions, and
daughte at the New York World's general discussion. Refreshments will
Fair neet year. He said it looked like be served promptly at 4 o'clock. All
"a clear case of exploitation."1graduate students who are interested
in this topic are invited to be present.
(W7orl Fair officials said that de- 1-- -
spite Dicmne's attitude they still hoped
to have he Quintuplets at the Fair. Tam Beta Pi: There will be a regu-
A sp ke man expressed surprise atlar dinner meeting Tuesday, No. 29,
the fater's comment and said hel ay 6.15 in the Union. Professor Shir-
had beel informed Dionne previously 1Iy W. Allen of the Forestry School

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Disciples Guild (Church of Christ):I
10:45 a.m., Morning worship. Rev.
j Fred Cowin, minister.
'12 noon, Students' Bible Class, H.
IL. Pickerill, leader.
5:30 p.m.. Social hour and tea.
6:30 p.m., Mr. Kenneth Morgan,
Director of The Student Religious
Asociation, will speak on "Religion.
A Resource for Building Personality."
Unitarian Church: 11 a.m. Rabbi
Bernard Heller will speak on "Na-
tionalism, The Jew, and Interna-
tionalism."
Poem by Ed Jurist and solo by Mrs.
F. E. Lord. 7:30 p.m. L.S.U. Dr.
Margaret Sumwalt, research instruc-
fia~ od

the League Chapel will be conducted
I this week by thehRey-. G. Hofniey r,
pastor of .iethal Christian Reformed
church in Grand Rapids. The meet-
ing begins at 10:30 each Sunday. All
students are welcome.
First Presbyterian Church, 1432
Washtenaw Ave.
10:45 a.m. Morning Worship Serv-
ice. "Past As Prologue" is the subject
upon which Dr. W. P. Lemon will
preach.
The Westminster Guild, student
group, begins their program at 5!
o'clock with interest groups which
last until 6 o'clock when a supperl
and fellowship hoiur is held. At the
7 o'clock meeting Dr. Mowat G. Fra-

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said by a Fair spokesman to have
been the first to agree-on the prem-,
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also conent-said the guardian board
had never' considered the offer.
"We h ave countless offers to ,ex-
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League House Presidents will meet
in the League Tuesday at 4:30 p.m.
The decorations committee of the
Christmas Come Across will meet at
4:00 on Monday at the League.
Assembly Executive Council: There
will be a meeting of the Council in
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