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December 02, 1938 - Image 2

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FRIDAY, DEC. 2, 1939


Aichigan Leads Horrors Of Sino -Japanese Struggle Visitors Asked Civil Service Extensioi
Bg 10 Are Described ByoGraduateSStudet **ph Prom Deemed Significan
Iree New-Dormitoriess_ Delegates Will Represent Success Of Merit System for this ad'
In Construction By WILLIAM NEWTON I planes withdrew, having done no commander of the 87th Division. On Big Ten Universities In Michigan Described service.
Scenes of horror and fear were damae to the train" his wa to the genr '. h ad uar-i. _N .r r _The diffi

is In'37
tBy Pollock
vance preparation for civil
culty of obtaining properly


narrated here yesterday by Ling Tong, Found Town Wrecked
x Grad., in the description of his ex- When Ling and his troops reac

ay CAS lle geli '. ;s a s tec dl -
ters, Ling said, he was walking up-
ched right over open ground, not thinking


perience as a soldier in the Sino- Suchow, they found only a wrecked,
Japanese War. deserted shell of a town. Most of
Immediately after the Lugachow the houses were completely razed by
Tncident of .Tulv 7 1937 which nrep Japanese gunfire and bombing, and

of the possibility of being fired upon.
The roar of gunfire was so loud that
he could not distinguish the sound
made by a machine gun until he'
heard the whistle of bullets going
past his head and a companion drag-
ged him to the ground.
On the third day after Ling's ar-

Invitations have been mailed to the
interfraternity councils of the various
Big Ten universities, requesting them
to send their two most representative.
sophomores, a boy and a girl, to Ann
Arbor to attend the annual Soph
Prom which is to be held Friday, Dec.
9, in the Union.
It is planned that the delegates

s all be the gu sts or the iviwugan
rival in the trenches, the Japaneseclass of '41 while they are in Ann

attacked the Chinese position. They
began an ineffective two-hour artil-
lery barrage at 5 a.m. This was fol-
lowed by a combined attack by tanks
and infantry. The Chinese used hand
grenades and rifles against them and,j
besides killing an undetermined
number of soldiers, destroyed two
tanks. After less than 20 minutes of
fighting, he said, the Japanese at-
tack was repulsed.

Arbor, Bill Briggs, '41, chairman of
the entertainment and floor commit-
tees for the dance, announced yes-
terday. They will stay in fraternity
and sorority houses and will eat their
meals there and in the Union.j
Tours of the campus will be held
to entertain the visitors Saturday,,
and, that night they will be given
passes to the Union dance. Briggs

At IMicetingIn Baltimore
"The year 1937 was a notable one
for civil service advocates because it
resulted in so many new and signifi-
cant extensions of the merit idea into
areas hitherto the s5ole hunting
ground of political spolismen," as-
serted Prof. James K. Pollock of the
political science department in an
address before the National Municipal
League Thursday in Baltimore.
The adoption of the civil service
system in the state of Michigan, after
a long and arduous legislative battle,;
was one of the most significant trends
of the year in the progress of the
movement, Professor Pollock stated.
He added that the success of ,the civil
service in Michigan had been due
principally to the present governor's
efforts in carrying out the adminis-
trative program of his predecessor in
this field.

trained and efficient technicians for
the promulgation of the program was
a great one, he stated. He warned
that "if existing personnel agencies
do not have the staff with which to
tackle their present day problems,
where are we going to be in another
year with a vast federal program
under way and with new programs
being lauiched all over the country?"
CIO And AFL Locals Join
STOCKTON, Calif., Dec. 1.-(P)--
AFL. CIO and unaffiliated unions
tossed aside issues of conflict here to-
day and determined to "fight our
common enemies" through organiza-
tion of a county-wide council dedi-
cated to lsbor unity.

Union Establishes Debaters Face Indiana "If any factor, other than that of
competent administration, can be
-New Ticket Agency On U.S.-British Alliance given credit for the success of this
Michigan affirmative debaters met program," Professor Pollock said, "I
In response to student requests in a University of Indiana squad on the believe that the public opinion which
Big en onfeenc topc "esoled.was so carefully developed during the
recent years, that the Union establish Big Ten conference topic Resolved, formulation of the program deserves
a ticket agency for students that re- That the United States Should Estab- this credit. He stated that it is this
quire train or bus transportation lish An Alliance With Great Britain public support, fostered in the past
home, the Union has established such ght in the Michigan Union. few years, that has enabled the civil
an agency in conjunction with Ran- service program to weather all storms.
dall's Travel A ncy, it was an- Purdom Goes To Dayton "So indispensable do I consider this
pounced yesterday by Stanley Waltz,j well-developed and organized public
manager. The University is sending. Dr. T. support," said Professor Pollock, "that
The agency has been made possible Luther Purdom, director of the Bu- I am prepared to say that I would not
through a special maximum profit reau of Appointments and Occupa- urge any unit of government any-
arrangement with Randall's, Waltz tional Information, as its representa- where to embark upon a new person-
added. Tickets are now available in tive to the installation of the Rev. nel program until public opinion has
the Union for Christmas vacation ex-j John 'A. Elbert as the president of i been carefully prepared for it. Michi-
cursions. the University of Dayton. gan's first year proves the necessity


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