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at 4:15 p.m., Room 103 Romance Friday af'tedoonfoisriefmeetig
A LY OFFICIAL BULLETIN Language Building. Mr. Marc Denk- concerning their dutiesat the tea. Idt
O f British D uring Recent Crisis Bull" DA e ti CF IiEIL. .o L E.T.ger willspeakon"'Portsd e France," ' hdel dua , Wome stu H er
f rtih D o R c n C iiscmatM nte evid atiscMe xot oaimmerorw! Tickets for the whole series of lee-j dents: Individual skill tests will b
-uverat7y, opy received at the *Mae of the Asitstat to the PrFesldet e
tmo h teE hin 3:30;: 1-oo a.m. on 6aturday tures may be procured from the See- given as follows: ice skating, every
a letter to members of the his- relates, wrote to the English press-------retary of the Romance Language De- Tuesday and Thursday, 3:30 to 4:30 atC f
faculty, Prof, Preston Slosson, thatshe had been travelling in Vir- (Continued from Page 4) i partment (Room 112. Romance Lan- the Coliseum.(rsbritmy
ginia and that even though the 0th- ------- --- -.-- neanm te mixd tbaminon club guage Building) or at the door at Swimming, every Tuesday and
se in anItatevn hoghth oh- h time of the lecture. Thursday, 7:30 p.m. at the Union pool. Ci~rrici1
he deprtment and now r er 47 states do not come to the aid of rHayden on "A Report of the Pre-nwimethinmWatdrmanhd
isiting professor under the Car- England, Virgia wi! liminary Survey of What Should be Ion, Friday afternoon, Jan.
Another section of Professor Slos- Done to Modernize State Govern- tnight it 7:30. itarmeeting will be held 13, 3 to 5 p.m. in Barbour Gymnasium.
e, tells of the situation he ob s letter described the differences ment. today, 4:30 p.m. in the Small ., .Thursday at 8 p.m. at the Michigan tendent of F
d in England during the recent he ha sn AmernceAedt t ackam Bldg. bWome t Fencing Club: There will Union. At this time, there will be an Skiers: There will be a meeting of speak on "Pr
hoslovkian crisish universities and the University of Allme ma:eing tis evening at 7:30.initiation of new members, and all the newly-organized Ski Club on riculum Prog
riving at Plymouth Sept. 27, Bristol, where he lectured. "There1 Phi Eta Sigma initiation ceremonyI mr ktheold members are requested to be Thursday, Jan. 12 at 5:15 p.m., in Lindquist, dii
n tBie ltcome of the Sudeten as qnly a handful of places in Britain will be held at the Michigan Union The M chigan Dames Bridge Grou prompt in attendance. Room 302 of the Michigan Uion. School, will
bles w still in doubt, Professor where any American history is today at 5:30 p.m. Banquet at 7 will me in the Michigan Lague to Men and women are both vited to Curriculum C
on W id that many people taught," he writes, "but Bristol is p.m. Initiates will please bring large night at 8 p.m. An invitation is ex- The Suomi Club will hold a meet- joat 12:50 pm
ight wa, had been declared. He one of them" white handkerchiefs. tended t> all Dames and their friends. ing Friday, Jan. 13 at 8 o'clock in Six roundt
his family saw trenches in all the Britih Schools Different Lane Hall. Dr. Soivio of Helsinki The Graduate Outing Club: Mem- helbet
s, for air-raid hideouts; guns bers desiring to attend the basket- d ween
Graduate Lullnspak. Rerathm12s noone-ball game Saturday, Jan. 13, will cussions on 1
in place for defense against ene- English students, Professor Slos- Graduate Luncheon at 12 noon servled. RtuentseohmFnishwi debl aeStraJn 3 ilcsin n
lafes; eas mask drills were held son found, usually take three or four today in the Russian Tea Room, Com ing A' n served. All students of Finnish de- meet at the corner of State and Pack- elementarys
e s;s courses in one departnent with a Michigan League. Cafeteria Style. Psychological Journal Club: Meet- tare codially vited.ad promptly at 6:45 p.m. Following psychology of
Sees No Excitement single elective in aiother; they con- Dr. E. W. Blakeman, Counselor in Re- ing Thursday, Jan. 12, at 8 p.m. in the game they will return to the high school
centrate far earlier than our col- ligious Education, will speak inform- the Sm Amphitheatre of the Graduate Student Council members
," heates. " te mdosts- leges permi However he adds that ally on "Counseling Services in the ham Bld . Prof. N.R.F. Maier will dis- are urged to attend the informal open-house. lems In the t
"uI oite "ws the dver'tises' their work is,in content, not a whit University." All Graduate Studentb cuss "EYperimentally Produced Neu Graduate Coffee Hour to be held Fri- On Sunday, Jan,. 15, tliere will be arts, and CUr
couno h odn'ie'better, but is usually far better writ- invited.rtcBhvo n as"wt im day, Jan. 13th from 4 to 6 p~m, Each a hike and outdoor skating fwahrmnsrto
hhad literally scores of offers te.eir tiesayand themes are vied rotic Behavior in Rats," with a film. i mei eltc~t mt ieadotorsaig if weather ministration t
Sla sc o e member is requested to bring at least permits. The group will meet at the Eight rouni
ountry places which would be - one guest.
frm 'raids' for rent to towns- ap ob hno aeilbtvr ..EgnesacA- aka uliga ~.adr-hl ewe
a to b i n material but very Junior A.A.U.W. dinner meeting to- Architects and Engneers are in-s
fromRackam uildng p hed bewee'
air aids -fr ret t tows- a 3 : an rn

DNESDAY,
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truction, will
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Dr. Rudolph
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Some Needed
at a luncheon
in the Union.
rences will be
a.m., with dis-
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elopment, the
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special prob-
the industrial
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cussions to be
and 12:4 5pm.

Yet he noticed no excitement in
the streets, tlen or later. On the
eve-ning of his rrival, news of the
Chamberlair -Hitler agreement was
broadcast.
"The reli-f felt at the peace was
great," Profiessor Slosson reports,
"and Cha mbrlain could have won as
big a victorv at the polls, if he had
tried, as D aeli could have won im-
medi',tely a r the Congress of Ber-
lin. "'
Attitude Divided
In speaking of the attitude of the
English people after the war crisis,
Professor Siusson finds that England
is about equa lly divided as to wheth-
er war with Germany, with Italy or
with both ca -be avoided.
The Enghsh, he says, are very
much pleased by 'Roosevelt's recent
words axnd acts and are "more pro-
American tlan I have ever seen them,
and this is my fourth visit to Eng-
land."
Professor !losson attempted to con-
vince the English they are counting;
too much on positive American aidl
and to var- them that Congress is
not the Presideit and does not al-I
ways support the President. One;
foolish and ,xcited correspondent, he

"Classes are much more. casual,"
Professor Slosson says. If a profes-
sor 'bolts' nobody cares; if a student
cuts a class it is even more a matter
of indifference. I am myself taking
off weeks to talk at Sheffield, Birm-'
ingham and Aberystwyth (in Wales)
and it does not seem to dislocate the

nght, 6:15 p.m., Michigan Union; to
adjourn at 8 to Amphitheatre, Rack-
ham Bldg., for the second in year's
series of talks on "Exploring Today."
Prof. Lewis N. Holland will talk about
Television, with slides and demon-
stration. Lecture is open to the pub-
lic.

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work at anl. The University of Michigan Flying
To Professor Slosson, however, the Club will hold an important meeting
use of lectures, seminars and coedu- in Room 1042 of the East Engineering
cation makes Bristol seem more like Building at 7:30 this evening. The
an Anierican institution than Ox- Civil Aeronautics Authority plan for
ford and Cambridge-in spite of the student flight training will be dis-
black gowns worn. cussed. ___ght__raningw____bedis-_
Spa s S cit Mixed Badminton Club: Becauseo
,To Hear Lecture
Margaret Moye, '22, speaking on I
"Spain Before the Present Revolu-
tion" will feature the second in this
year's series of lectures sponsored by
La Sociedad Hispanica, to be given
at 4:15 p.m. today in Room 2$1 An-
gell Hall. The lecture will be il-
lustrated with lantern slides.
Miss Moye will speak in Spanish, ( '9
but will give a brief, resume of her
talk in English at the beginning of'
the lecture period. (C A

vited to an illustrated lecture on
Lighting Equipment, Friday, Jan. 13
at 4:10 p.m. in Room 246 West En-
gineering Building by Mr. Allen J.
Martin, one of our graduates broad-
ly experienced in illumination en-
gineering and research in lighting.
He will treat the features which-
should be considered in selection of
lighting equipment, with emphasis on
those which are important to the in-
staller as well as the user. This' is a
special session of the class in E.E. 74
but should be significant and interest-
ing to others, and all interested are
invited.
0f French Lecture: Thursday, Jan. 12,

The Executive Committee of the,
Graduate Student Council will meet
at 3 p.m. Friday, Jan. 13, to formu-
late plans for the second semester.
Ann Arbor Independent Women will'
have a meeting in the Kalamazoo
Room of the Michigan League at
4:30, Thursday afternoon. Final ar-
rangements and plans for the Friend-:
ship dinner will, be announced.
Everyone is expected at the meeting.
Committees for the Undergraduate
Tea. All those who signed up to be
on the committee are to be in the
Council Room of the League at 3:301

turn there for supper
All graduate students are cordially
invited.
Congregational Fellowship. Infor-
mal party Saturday night after the
basketball game. Stags of both sexes
encouraged. Those wishing to at-
tend the game in a group, meet at
Pilgrim Hall at 6:30.
The Book Group of the Michigan
Dames will meet Thursday at 8 p.m.
in the Rackham Building. The room
will be posted on the bulletin board
in the lobby. The program will con-
sist of the reviewing of three out-
standing books.

1___ Waam. 12.'! I
will include discussions of the teach-
ing of literature in the elementary
school, the philosophy of education,.
the administration of secondary
schools, the secondary education cur-
riculum, a seminar in the guidance
and mental hygiene of the adolescent,
special problems in the teaching of
English, problems in the organization
of high school music, and methods
of supervision and instruction of
physical education. h
All the roundtable conferences will
be conducted by members of the edu-
cation school faculty. Arrangements
are being made by a faculty commit-
tee, under the chairmanship of Dean
Edmonson.

Council Room of the League at 3:30

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