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September 27, 1938 - Image 6

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The Michigan Daily, 1938-09-27

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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

Lecture Series
To Open Soon
Dean Diehl Of Minnesota
To SpeakHere Oct. 12
(Continued from Page 1)
?rof. Edward A. Doisy of the Medical1
School of the University of St. Louis;
Or. G.' G. Ramon, associate director
of the Pasteur Institute, Paris; Dr.
Jules Bordet, director of the Pasteur
Institute, Brussels; Dr. Herbert Kraus
of the department of International
Law at the University of Gottingen,
Germany; Prof. Oscar Halecki of the
history department of the University
of Warsaw, Poland; and Prof. Mar-
vin R. Thompson of the department
of Pharmacology and Therapeutics at
the University of Maryland.
Dr. Robbins announced that other
lecturers will be brought here
throughout the year, and further an-
nouncements of speakers and pro-
grams will be made from time to time
in the Daily.
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W ar Fear Grips Stranded American Citizens
LONDON, Sept. 26-'})--Thou- bassy and Consulate were investiga- arrange to return to the United
sands of Americans who feared to be Iting every possibility in an effort to States."m;
stranded in a Europe at War had but aid worried nationals to get home. qthemst iecltacoat
one thought today-how to get home quit was Czechoslovakia.
to the United States. In Paris the United States Embassy Departures there in' many cases
In London all steamship lines recommended that "American citi meant long drives to the Polish, Ger-
across the Attlantic were booked up | zens who have no compelling reasons man or Hungarian frontiers and then,
to Oct. 21 and the United States Em- to continue their sojourn here in some instances, a return.

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HUI-MIN YANG LO-SHAN PENG
Mr. Peng was the leader of Y.M.C.A. stretcher corps, supervised six
refugee camps and made daily broadcasts in English from Hangkow
for eight months. Miss Yang, shown above as she appeared with Robert
Ripley on his "Believe It Or Not" program, is famous throughout China
for her daring during the battle of Shanghai when she slipped through
the Japanese lines and carried a flag of the Chinese Republic and
supplies to a lost battalion. They spoke here last night on the war.
Foreign Service Courses Open

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Foreign Services of the United States Foreign service, seeking positions with
government is one of the prime aims exporting or importing firms, ship-
of a new undergraduate major of- ping companies, nternational bank-
fered for the first time this semester ing houses, or the foreign press serv-
in the State University. ices.'
With the field of international poli- Admission is granted to candidates
tical science rapidly and defintely for the degree of Bachelor of Arts,
changing in both content and ap-
proach and with new developments who have attained at least a two-
in the international ,political scene point average during their first two
requiring additional knowledge and years. While political science, ec-
training in various# academc felds. onomics, commerce, and history
"Although the requirements for ad- form the major bulk of the new cur-
mission and survival are rather se- ricula, related fields such as an-
vere," commented Professor Sharp, thropology, geography, geology, jour-
'and not designed to interest great nalism, philosophy, sociology, and so-
numbers of students, we trust that a cial psychology will be included.
sufficient quantity of taltnted, cap- One of the suggested curricula is
able of applicants will be attracted. for preparation for the American
The nbw. major is deigned to bind to- .Foreign Services.

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WBLIC AFFAIRS SERIES
Sponsored by American Association of University Women.
Lectures by members of the U. of M. Faculty
and State Officials.
Directed by Prof. James K. Pollock
Lecture Hall, Rackham Building, 4:15 P.M.
October 5
PROFESSOR JAMES K. POLLOCK
"Significance of National and State Elections"

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appreciate the good taste of simple,
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