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loosevelt Defense Appmpriations
Are ApprovedHere _Reporter Finds
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Law Quad

Kappa Delta Rho Union Will Hold Third
PIans Celeijiation S a y aueSanr
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rof. Krueger
Talks To 170

President Roosevelt's message
Congress Thursday asking for the
propriation for $1,182,000,000 foro
fense has prompted numerous co
ments from many students and me
hers of the faculty.
A large number of the comme
have favored the immediate passi
of the appropriations because of1
danger to the United States if
European War were extended to1
Western Hemisphere. Those who(
posed the measure, the InquiringF
porter learned, did so because t
feared that increased armame
might involve the country in t
present conflict.

TaIE QUEST~iON: not only to e1fable us to defend our
to Du you think that Congress should shores, but also to keep Italy from
ap- appropriate the $1,182,000,000 asked entering the war on the side of Ger-
de- many.
d- by the President for defense? m
)m- Dr. Joseph E. Kallenbach of the
Carl A. Peterson, '41: Yes, I do; be- political science department: I hate
to see all this money being expended
nts cause in the past we have always to build armaments but I'm afraid
age been unprepared for war and, if his- that we must have it to defend us
the tory repeats itself, we shall have war against Germany if she should win
the and will need preparedness. Perhaps, the war.
the if we are prepared, we will have a Prof. Leonard L. Watkins of the
op- good chance of keeping out of this economics department: Personally I
Re- conflict. believe that the budget burden of
hey Prof. John It. Muyskens of the such an appropriation should be a
nts speech department: The present sit- secondary matter to the urgency and
the uation is virtually one of power poli- need of protecting ourselves against
tics and our power must be increased, what may come.

Prof. Lewis M. Simes of the Law
School yesterday returned from the
annual convention of the American
Law Institute in Washington, where
he presented a restatement of pro-
perty law for the consideration of the
Thursday's program was featured
by the president of the Institute,
George Wharton Pepper, and infor-
mal remarks by Chief Justice
Hughes of the Supreme Court. In
addition to the comments on the work
of the Law Institute, Justice Hughes
discussed the new organization that
has been created under the Supreme
Court's jurisdiction to assist in arriv-
ing at facts of the administration of
Justice in federal courts. Mr. Wil-
liam Shafroch, former officer of
American Bar Association at Michi-
gan is now in the research staff of
the new organization.
* * *
After attending the Law Institute,
Dean E. Blythe Stason and Dean
Emeritus Henry M. Bates left for


Danger Here

day celebration of the founding of
the Mu Chapter of the fraternity,
Adam A. Whitz, '41, social chairman,
announced yesterday.
Highlighting the gathering will be
an address by Leo T. Wolford of
Louivsville, Ky.. national president of
the group, at tomorrow's banquet.
Other banquet speakers include J.
Truman Steinko, '33, of Detroit, out-
standing alumnus of the Mu Chapter.
The celebration will open with a
dinner for "wives and sweethearts of
alumni and student members of the
group tonight in the chapter house,
continuing with an informal dance
New York City where they addressed
the New York Law Alumni Associa-
tion. Dean and Mrs. Stason will be
at home to members of the third-
year class and graduate students and
their wives from 4-6 p.m. on Sunday.'


relax from the grind of scholarly
pursuit by attending the Sunday
Saunter to explore the beauty that
surrounds Ann Arbor, James Ross-
man, '42E, co-chairman of the Union
house committee, urged yesterday.
The hike will begin at 10 a.m. from
the side steps of the Union and will
be led by Leo Jachowski, '41, and a
member of the faculty, as yet un-
The Sunday Saunters are spon-
sored by the Union and the' Women's
Athletic Association as part of their
recreational program. This week's
trip will explore the country around
the Island, traditional Mecca for Ann
Arbor hikers. The last Sunday Saun-
ter was held on May 5, approximately
50 people attending.
Final Talk Planned
By Dr. Middleton
Dr. William S. Middleton, Dean and
Professor of Medicine in the Univer-
sity of Wisconsin Medical School, will
deliver his final lecture today as Vis-
iting Clinical Professor, Dr. Albert
C. Kerlikowske, assistant medical di-
rector of the University Hospital, an-
Dr. Middleton, eminent in the field
of internal medicine, has filled the
first Visiting Clinical Professorship
sponsored by the Galens, honorary
medical society.
For the past week Dr. Middleton
has given lectures, presented clinics,
conducted ward rounds and partici-
pated in clinical pathologic and re-
entgenelogic conferences. He will re-
turn to the University of Wisconsin

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do not compete with private business,
Krueger said, declaring that an im-
perialist foreign policy is thus mere-
ly a reflection of the unsolved inter-
nal problems of a decadent capitalist
economy. Krueger said our only
hope for peace and domestic secur-
ity rests upon the evolution of a
democratically controlled collectivist
economy that shall serve the needs
of the people of our nation--con-
stilmers, workers, technicians--who
will exercise their democratic control
over it.
Our declining economy is charac-
terized by consumers' incomes that
are too low and a rate of investment
that is too slow, Krueger said. The
traditional business explanation of
depression is that business won't in-
vest because it has no confidence in
government. However, every new
government bond issue is over-in-
vested 300 percent. Business men are
possessed by lack of confidence, not
in government, but in our economic
system, and justifiably so, Krueger
There are two possible products
of our continued failing economy,
that does not adequately serve the
needs of society--fascism or demo-
cratic socialism. As yet the problem
has not been met significantly, our
present generation still in the wilder-
ness that they have been wandering
in for forty years. It is imperative
that the generation of youth today
face the problem squarely and be-
come the driving force in the evolu-
tion of a rigorously democratic so-
cialist society. Otherwise they will
become the storm-troopers of an
indigenous Hitler, Krueger con-


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topic, "The Light Shineth."
The Roger Williams Guild is hold-
ing its Annual Spring Retreat this
weekend at the Detroit Recreational
Camp near Brighton. There will be
no meeting at 6:15.
Disciples Guild (Church of Christ):
10:45 a.m. Morning Worship. Rev.
Frederick Cowin, minister.
5:00 p.m. The Disciples Guild will
meet at the Guild House, 438 May-
nard St., to go to a park for a picnic
supper and vesper service.
Presbyterian Church: 10:45 a.m.
"God and Our Moods" will be the sub-
ject of the sermon by Dr. W. P.
8:00 p.m. The Sunday Evening.
Club will meet at the Church and
then go over to the University Broad-
casting. Station at Morris Hall for a
First Congregational Church: 10:45
a.m. Public Worship. Dr. L. A. Parr
will speak on "Medicine for Faint
4:30 p.m. Student Fellowship pic-
nic at the Steiner farm. Meet at
Pilgrim Hall.
First Church of Christ, Scientist:
Sunday morning service at 10:30 a.m.
Subject: "Mortals and Immortals."
Sunday school at 11:45 a.m.
Trinity Lutheran Church will hold

its services at 10:30 a.m. Rev. Yoder
will preach on "The Church With a
Glorious Name."
Zion Lutheran Church will hold
its service at 10:30 a.m. Rev. Stell-
horn will speak on "The Trinitarians'
First Methodist Church: Morning
Worship Service at 10:40 a.m. Dr.
Charles W. Brashares will preach on
"Second Choice Lives."
Stalker Hall: Student Class at 9:30
a.m. at Stalker Hall. Prof. George
E. Carrothers will lead the discus-
sion on "Qualifying for Leadership."
Wesleyan Guild meeting at 6 p.m.
at the Church. This will be Installa-
tion of the Sudent Council for next
year. Dr. Brashares will speak. Fel-
lowship hour and supper following]
the meeting.

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Seeking Professional and Social Contacts in His New Home Joins a
University of Michigan Club


Following are the Secretaries of these clubs.

University of Michigan Club of Adrian, Mich.:
John W. Cowin, 227 Broad St., Adrian, Mich.
University of Michigan Club of Akron, Ohio:
Charles T. Pflueger, Jr., Second Nat'l Bldg., Akron, O.
University of Michigan Club of Albany-Troy, New York:
John Herlihy. 225 N. Manor Ave., Kingston, New York
University of Michigan Club of Albion, Mich.:
C. E. Kelley, 110 Oswego St., Albion, Mich.
University of Michigan Club of Alpena, Mich.:
Isadore Isackson, Bertrand Bldg., Alpena, Mich.
University of Michigan Club of Ann Arbor,.Mich.:
Hudson T. Morton, 326 East Hoover Ave., Ann Arbor
University of Michigan Club of Atlanta, Georgia:
Alex M. Hitz, 1314 Citizens & Southern Bank Bldg.,
Atlanta, Georgia
University of Michigan Club of Aurora, Ill.:
Robert J. Peterson, 305 N. View St., Aurora, Ill.
University of Mich. Club of Baraga Co., Mich. (L'Anse)
N. J. Martin, L'Anse, Mich.
University of Mich. Club of Battle Creek, Mich.:
John D. Hubly, 60 Greenwood, Battle Creek, Mich.
University of Michigan Club of Bay City, Michigan:
Lloyd W. Bartlett, 401-02 Phoenix Bldg., Bay City
Univ. of Mich. Club of Benton Harbor-St. Joseph, Mich.
Dr. A. F. Bliesmer, 505 Pleasant St., St. Joseph, Mich.
U. of M. Club of Billings, Montana:
Charles E. Borberg, Billings H. S., Billings, Mont.
U. of M. Club of Binghamton, New York:
Henry A. Manwaring, 13 Kneeland, Binghamton, N.Y.
U. of M. Club of Birmington, Alabama:
Mrs. James B. Johnson, 2505 Montevallo Rd.,
Birmingham, Ala.
U. of M. Club of Boston, Massachusetts:
Charles T. Andrews, 7 Concord Ave., Belmont, Mass.
U. of M. Club of Buffalo, New York:
Jack L. Rohn, 678 Potomac Ave., Buffalo, N. Y.
U. of M. Club of Butte, Montana.:
Guy P. Bliss, 1036 W. Diamond St., Butte, Mont.
U. of M. Club of Cadillac, Mich.:
Rae E. Johnston, 410 N. Shelby St., Cadillac, Mich.
U. of M. Club of Calumet, Mich.:
Miss Barbara M. Evert, 111 Shelden St., Houghton
U. of M. Club of Cedar Rapids, Iowa:
Dwight J. Krumboltz, 2231 - 5th Ave., Cedar Rapids
U. of M. Club of Charleston, W. Va.:
Robert E. Merrill, 1596 Virginia St., Charleston, W. Va.
U. of M. Club of Charlotte, Mich.:
C. F. Fisk Bangs, Pythian Temple Bldg., Charlotte
U. of M. Club of Chattanooga, Tenn.:
Walter M. Cline, Jr., 2000 Vance Ave., Chattanooga
U. of M. Club of Cheyenne, Wyoming:
Andrew . Roede1 .Tr Chevenne. Wvn


Contact them when you arrive at home:
U. of M. Club of Chicago, Ill.:
Leo T. Norville, 110 S. Dearborn St., Chicago
U. of M. Club of Cincinnati, Ohio:
George J. Wohlegemuth, 2340 Victory Pkwy.,
Cincinnati, Ohio
U. of M. Club of Cleveland, Ohio:
George E. Rich, 814 Hippodrome Bldg., Cleveland
U. of M. Club of Coldwater, Mich.:
Mrs. Kenneth L. Olmsted, 131 N. Hanchett St.,
Coldwater, Mich.
U. of M. Club of Columbus, Ohio:
Archibald D. Schultz, Research Director, Ohio Cham-
ber of Commerce, High St., Columbus, O.
U. of M. Club of Corning-Painted Post, New York:
Donald F. Van Loon, c/o Imperial Club, Painted Post,
New York
U. of M. Club of Dallas, Texas:
Dr. Theodore W. Bywaters, Medical Arts Bldg., Dallas
U. of M. Club of Dayton, Ohio:
Paul H. Blum, 316 Harries Bldg., Dayton, Ohio
U. of M. Club of Dearborn, Mich.:
Mrs. Eva McKenzie, 4716 Korte, Dearborn, Mich.
U. of M. Club of Denver, Colorado:
Stewart M. White, 6695 West 13th Ave., Denver, Colo.
U. of M. Club of Des Moines, Iowa:
John S. Howland, Gibson, Stewart & Garrett,
Suite 1204 Equitable Bldg., Des Moines, Ia.
U. of M. Club of Detroit, Mich.:
Harold H. Emmons. Jr., 2520 Union Guardian Bldg.,
Detroit, Mich.
U. of M. Club of Dowagiac, Mich.:
James A. Lewis, H. S. Principal, Dowagiac City Schools
Dowagiac, Mich.
U. of M. Club of Duluth, Minnesota:
William Maney, 20 Don Avon, Duluth, Minn.
U. of M. Club of Ecorse, Mich.:
Louise Walter (Miss), 9573 Fort St., Detroit, Mich.
U. of M. Club of Elkhart, Indiana:
Willard A. Combs, 960 E. Jackson Blvd., Elkhart, Ind.
U. of M. Club of Elmira, New York:
James D. Fleming, 353 Riverside Ave., Elmira, N. Y.
U. of M. Club of El Paso, Texas:
Frank B. Fletcher, c/o Acme Laundry, 905 E. Missouri
St., El Paso, Texas
U. of M. Club of Erie, Penn.:
William W. Knox, Palace Hardware Bldg., Erie, Pa.
U. of M. Club of Escanaba, Mich.:
William Peters, 1212 S. 4th Ave., Escanaba, Mich.
U. of M. Club of Evansville, Indiana:
Morton W. Newman, 515 Old National Bank Bldg.,
Evansville, Ind,
4 U. of M. Club of Ferndale-Pleasant Ridge, Mich.:
T , Miss Marjorie M Maekintnh T.incnln T. S .Ferndale






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