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THE ,MICHIG AN DAILY

THUJRSDAY, NOV. 16,

U

pool Group
College ToPlc
iual Principals' Parley
pens Today; *Membhers
.epresent__Five States.
discussion of the problems of
r education confronting high
1 graduates will highlight the
annual principls" meetinag at
p~nm. toda~y in the Grand R~ap-
oom of the League. One hun-
and forty teachers, principals
,uperintendents represen~ting sec-
ry shools in five states are ex-
e purpose of the parley, accord-
oRegistrar Ira M. Smith, is the
Zg of problems of mnutual in-
~to the former teachers of stu-
>eroJled at th.e University, and
admiission officers and instruc-
here.
shmen1 will also be :given the
rtunity to confer with the dele-
from their preparatory schools,
:e of appointments for confer-
3have been sent through the
e program for the day has been
ucdas folows : 8 a.m. to 12
today, student conferences. at
lackham Bldg.; 12:15 p.m., lun-
i at the League for representa-
and members of the University
1:30- p~,discussion in the
,d Rapids Room of thLw eague.
k Dances To Feature
Carillon Concert Toda4y
Af. Percival Price willJ present a
d ~program in his carillon concert
pm. today.
e concert will open with a group
lk dances, "~The Floral Dance,?
nish May Dance," 'The Keel
" . Flemish Peasant Dance" and
ntry Gardens." TIwo selections
Verdi's Rigoletto," "Caroe Nome"
'3$ela Figlia" will follow. A
of Canadilan airs, 'Marianne
t~o th~e 1Mil," "At The Cear
Lig Fou.ntain," ,"ThLle Oar That
is Us Onward," and "Vive la
diennew," will e folowed-by two
"~Calm as the Night" by Busch
"Serenade" by Schubert which
dose the programn.

Gun AndSoidiers iMake ilhouette

Silhouette Of Death-For anyone interested in canting out "a real-
life silhouette, there's this good examplie of soldiers and ani -aircraft
guns etched against the glare of searchlights at dFart Story, Va., Guns.
ar three-inchers.
W air Not IFor M inmraI ResouCr a a u 'l .L vres;

French Movie
To ieSkown)
. For Two Days
Winner of two French Film Aca-
demy awards, "Boys' School,"'French
production dealing with life in a Pari-:
sian boardling school, will open a two-
day engagemnent at 8:15 pam. tomor-,
row at the Lydia Mendelssbhn The-
titre.
To be shown where, under the auspi-
ces of the Art Cinema League, "Boys'
Sch~ool" was chosen as th~e mst un-
usual French film. of, the Year and the
performance of character actor Mich-
el Simon won for him the Prix Pierre
Batcheff of. the Academy for the miost
original characterization.
"Boys' School" tells of the adven-;
tures of three young students who,
in trying to keep alive a secret society
which they had ;started, find them-
selves embroiled in the behind-the-
school-room lives of two of their
teachers.
An all-masculine cast, headed by
Eric Von -Stroheim and Simon, por-
trays the principal parts. The three
boys' roles are taken by. Serge Grave,.
Myarcel Mouloudii and Jean, Claudio.
'Tickets for; the film will go. on sale
at 10 a.m. today at the ,League box-
office. All seats will be reserved.
AvkaiPlans
'two Speeehes
Midwest D§irector To Talk
Oan Modern Palestine
Leslie Seligman, midwest director
of Avukah, national student Zionist
organization, will lead a discussion
on "Jewish Youth Looks .At Palestine"
at 8 pam.,tomorrow in the Hillel Foun-
dation, immediately following the
regular Friday night Conservative
Services.
Th~e discussion will highlight a
special Avukah weekend at the Foun-
dation which also includes a special
meeting at. 3.p.m. Saturday at which
both Seligman and Joseph Epstein,
anote .Avukah leader, will speak,
and a social at 8:30,p.m. Sunday.
These two speakers have done ex-,
ceptional work in building up Avukah
in this country, Ben. Gotibh, '40, presi-
dent of the. Michigan Avukah said,
and because of their outstanding
knowledge of the subject thjey should
be able to 4contribute a. great deal in
informing us of conditions in Pales-
tine.
BuntingTo Present
Vocational Address

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IByh WILLIAM LSTIh1MT
";Any statement that this present
Euro~pean War is being fought to get
Imineral resources is not true," Prof.
Thomnas S. Lovering of the geology
department declared yesterday,
"However," he continued, "minerals
<were contributin~g forces in Germany's
;action against Czechoslovakia and Po-
land." Germany wouldn't have dared
to start the war until she had estab-
lished herself in Poland and Czecho-
slovokia, for from them she ,not only
gets the much needed lead, zinc, china
clay a~nd coal, but also the necessary
industrial plants to convert them into
war materials. H{e, then pointed out
that thie industrial area in Silesia
near Krakow mnakes a natural econ-
omilc u~nit that ws formerly cut by
the bound1aries of the three countries.
Germany Needs Petroleum j
"Petroleum," said Prvfos~or Lover-
bag, "is by all odds the most important
war material for Germany, and Ger-
many must get a certain amount from
Rumania. The transportation line be-<
tween Germany and Rumnania repre-
~sents an important problem to Ger-
~many for it must be kept open. This
can readily explain the ,pressure that a
England and France as .well as Gter-
man'y are putting on Rumania. If '
the latter is not excptionally lucky,
iis likely that one or the other of the
belligerents will invade her."
-R~usian petroleum, which is in the''
jCaspian region, is -unlikely to be im-j
poirtant, -Professor Lovering explained.
Not only would it be difficult, to trans-
port, but the Russians are using al-
Imost all they produce and are even:
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importing some from the United
States. "The Allies," Professor Lover-
ing stated, "can cripple Germany if
they .stop her Rumanian petroleum
supply."
Iron Is No Probliem
Iron .does not. now present a prob-
lem to Germany, Professor Lover*4,g
said, for she ,gets eniough :iron from
Norway and.Sweden, and there need
be no shortage as; long as Germany
controls the Baltic, unless these coun-
tries have the temerity to halt ship-
muents.
'Mercury is one of the most :essen-
tial war materials, anid you can't shoot
a nman without some," Professor Lov-
ering declared. Italy and Spain have
a virtual monopoly on it, and it would
b~e a tremendous advantage to France
and England to have Italy join the
war on either side, because France
and° England. might then be able to
prevent its shipment to Germany.
,Ha.s Dvelope~d Aluminumj
lhough Germa~ny has a ,shortage
of copper, she haps developedi her al-
uminum, which can be used as a sub-
stitute, until production is almost as
great as in the United IStates.Obtain-
ing copper, continued Professor Lov-
ering, represents a m~ore difficullt prob-
lem than other minerals. The near-
est appreciable production is-in Jugo-
slavia but it is. controlled by 5French
and British nationals. Rtussia, has cop-
~per in the -Ural. mountain region but
the in4es were severely hit by. sabo-
~tage and produ~ction has increased
slowly.
-Pawlowski Gives Talk
;Prof. Felix W. Pawlowski of$ the
aeronautical engineering department
yesterday discussed "Aeronautics in
America" 4in a -University :Extension
Service lecture at Wayne University,
Detroit.

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Th~ree TQgent (mCern
Prof. Maud Okkelberg, pianist,
K~athleen Miller Barry, instruictor in,
harp, Hardlin Van ]?eursen, instructor
in voice and _Ava Cumin Case,.instruc-
tor in piano, will -give a Faculty Con-
cert at 4:15 P.M. Sundiay in HillAI
ditorium.

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State -Sitreet pt North University

Dean Russel W. Bunting of the.
School of Dentistry will "give the
second of the series of 'vocational ,.
Guidance talks sponsored by the
Union at 4:30 p.m._ today 'in the:
small .ballroom of the" Union. The
talk will be given in ,comrunction with
the regular kii-weekly Coffee Hour.
Speaking on Dentistry as a pro-
fession, ,Dean Bunting will continue
the practice of the guida~nce series r
of presenting to the prospective' pro-S
fessional worker a closer insight "to
the actual requirements and condi-
tions of his job.:}

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