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,nsanity Cases Relations With British Empire
Are Increasing, Seen Vital To Our Foreign Policy
eClaims ExIli' ert

And Dfa

Americans Fear England Kingston, Ont., pledged unqualified
Another World Conflict American assistance in case of a-
Tempo of Life gression against Canada.
May Entangle Them In Outwardly this was merly another
fninance Of City re-affirmation of the principles of the
(Continued from Page 1)
_d Responsible Monroe Doctrine, but most observer.
Europe in another war-in the same immediately declared that its impli-
of insanity cases has manner that the British failure to cations were much more than that in
hie last few years out declare that Great Britain could not view of the Dominion's position in the
to the population in- be neutral landed Europe in the World i British Commonwealth.
and Davson told sti- War? Suppose that happens again These implications have been de-
and Great Britain gets badly hit? veloped in full by Prof. James Green
reshman Round Table Where is the United States? It can- in his bulletin "Canada in World Af-
)on at Lane Hall. not afford to let Great Britain down; fairs." Briefly, they may be summar-
d tempo of living and it will have to cope in. ized as follows: As the Dominion auto-
of cities are contrib- On the other hand, the "Guardian" matically becomes a belligerent when
> a tension which may feels, if Great Britain will say again, Britan is at war, it is obliged to in
sanity, Mrs Dawson"W tdfrfrdm W td tern ships, cease trading with the
anit, Mr. Dason We stand for freedom. We stand enemy and grant the British navy use
explained that in for those institutions which are our of its bases at Halifax and Esquimalt
ularly the assumption life-blood and without which our Under the doctrine laid down by
equal opportunity for Commonwealth cannot stand. We will President Roosevelt, belligerent re-
nbition which cannot not bargain away those things for prisals invoving "domination of
the majority of cases, ourselves or others, and we let it be Canadian soil" would be resisted by
o a great strain which known," the whole outlook will the United States.
inity, she said. change. The President's decaration is thus
. emphasized the fact In the light of the failure of the important, Professor Green says, pri-
s not a sudden. thing British government to say those maly in view of Britain's position in
ut gradually, and she things, most American newspapers Europe. By protecting Canadian ports
opular misconception have observed, the recently-conclud- and islands from invasion, the United
heredity plays in caus- ed Anglo-American trade understand- States would in effect be insuring
ing, which would under different cir- Britain of vital supplies of raw ma-
cumstances have been hailed as the terials, foodstuffs and munitions. The
Gr eets prelude to a new period of political military consequences of American
Group and economic regeneration, has lost action were immediately recognized in
Smythe of the internal most of its substance. German newspapers, which concluded
'tment spoke on "The Political relations bewteen Canada from the President's address that the
Lction Tests With Es- and thq United States have proceeded United States would unquestionably
e to the Urinary Dias- with much more smoothness. Con- favor the democracies against the
-An Experimental In- stant migration in both directions dictatorships in any future war.
┬░terd y at the weekly across the common frontier, which
Medical Journal Club has for generations remained unforti- J-Hop Committee Meets
hospital. fied, and unceasing expansion of
economic and cultural relations have The J-Hop committee will hold its
contributed to a similarity in the first meeting at 7:30 p.m. today in
- 4 - 7 - 9 P.M. foreign policies of the two countries. Room 305 of the Union, it was an-
The project for developing the nounced yesterday by Don Tread-
navigation and power facilities of the well, '39, chairman of the committee.
Great Lakes-St. Lawrence waterway-
has been unde discussion for many
ne of the finest years. Furthermore, in relieving Can- EVENING RADIO
ada of any expense with respect to the
Sever made ! St. Lawrence project, the United
States government has sought a solu- PROGRAMS
IL~IN G! tion to the prolonged controversy of
Shydroelectric power. According to a
s great music will State Department release of last May, P.
OU ..,..while its the United States opposes the desire6 Pv nn.
will reach your an the part of the government of the 630 The Inside of Sports
Johann Strauss province of Ontario to augment its 7:00 To be announced
Cast of thousands! exports of surplus electric power to 730B elen Menck n
the United States, because any future :00 B JolTown SowhEdW. M. .iaen
curtailmeit of the supply-as in case 9:00 We, the Peoples.
of war-might jeopardize many of the 90:00 r. ChGoan s orchestra
industries necessary for national de- 10:30 The Beach Comber
fense. The new treaty proposes im- 11:0Ge Miler's Orchestra
mediate development of hydroelectric 12:00 Isani Macintire's orchestra
power in the United States and al- 12:30 Henry King's Orchestra
lows Ontario to undertake its pro-w j
posed project in the Albany river P All
valley. 6:00 Tyson's Sports
Canadian-American relations took 6:30 Bradcast
on a new aspect last August when 7:00 Amos 'n' Andy
President Roosevelt, speaking at :0 WJohnny presents
i ----830 f r M en Only
00 Battl of the Sees
9:30 Fibber McGee
10:00 Bob Hope
10:30 NBC Feature
11:00 Newscast
11:30 = tel Statler Orchestra
SNOW 12:00 Webster Hall Orchestra
12:30 NBC Dance Music
T ECavacdf1:00 weather; Scores
4. "WXYZ
qf P. M.
6:00 The Day in Review
-A 6:30 Say It. With Music
7:00 Easy Aces
7:30 The Green Hornet
8:00 Joseph Usifer's Orchestra
8:30 Information, Please
LRN4ND -9:00 True Stories
9:30 Eugene Conley
10:00 If I Had The Chance
10:30 Michigan Highways
MLuzA 11:00 Hawaiian Serenaders
11:30 Tom Gentry's Orchestra
R 12:00 Eddie DeLange Orchestra
FRE le MORA,. 12:30 Les Brown Orchestra
Coming Thursday 630 The Airliners
LIONEL BARRYMORE 7:30 Don't You Believe It
)F THE DAY in :00 Good Neighbors s
8:30 Morton Goulds Orchestra
oK 9:00 Spotlight Parade
'URAYoung Dr. Kidre 930 Toronto Symphony Orchestra
UD -10:30 Sammy Kaye's Orchestra
CRAWFORD Soon 11:00 Canadian Club reporter
"BROTHER RAT" 11:30 :QSlute to cities
NING HOUR" "BROT HER RAT" D12:00 Dikarrie'sOrchestra
--- 12:30 derry Elaine's Orchestra

Sigma Rho Tai
|T o Meet T oledo
T Fourth Conference Debate
Held At Union Tonight
3 Sigma Rho Tau, honorary engineer-
ing speech society, will meet a Uni-
versity of Toledo debate team at 8:15
p.m. tonight in Room 319-25 of the
Michigan Union. The contest is the
fourth in the conference series on
the question, "Resolved: That the
Government Policy of Developing
Water Power Sites Is Sound."
The local team, which will uphold
the affirmative, consists of Earl
Brenn, '39E. Harry Fischer, '40E, R.
Harry Smith. '41E, Charles Heinen,
'41E, Harry W. Reid. '40E, and John
Bauman, '40E. Judges will be Prof.
Harry Bouchard of the civil engineer-
ing department, Prof. William H. Eg-
ly of the engineering English depart-
ment, and Prof. George Brigham of
the architecture school.
Intra- circle debates on the topic
"Resolved: That the Hudson Motor
Car Company Should Install Rear
Engine Motors by 1940" will be held
prior to the Toledo contest.
Three Well-Known
LocallyAre Dead
Allan Hamilton Paton, Ann Arbor
realtor and former member of the
city council, died yesterday morning
after a three month illness. Mr. Pa-
ton was active in the University ex-
pansion program and in numerous
civic enterprises.
News of the recent deaths of two
men widely known in Ann Arbor also
reached here yesterday.
John Lawrence Bigelow, son of Dr.
S. Lawrence Bigelow, a member of
the chemistry :avaity from 1898 un-
til his retirement a few years ago and
now professor emeritus of general
and physical chemistry, died suddenly
Saturday in New York from a heart
Dr. W. J. Mummery of Denver,
Colo., formerly a practicing dentist in
Ann Arbor and graduate of the den-
tistry school died Friday in Denver,
following a five-year illness.


A LJ DI TORrIlriMer ,.a . r Cr-dn nI KAI


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