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SUNDAY, 'DEC. 3, 1939

TE MICHIGAN DAILY

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Ann Arbor

Here Is Today's
In Summary

News

Members of the 125th regiment of
the National Guard will complete a
program of outdoor training here to-
day . . and the high spot of the
program wil be a mock "war battle"
inĀ° the vicinity of Barton Hills. More
than 350 guardsmen will partici-
pate in the maneuvers.
Washtenaw County's new Social
Over the arrot -338 S6. State
Staeb"er eauty Shops
1133 East ijuron near Mosher-Jordan

Security supervisor is Mrs. Melinda
Stevensen . . . a caseworker for the
Washtenaw Emergency Reief Ad-
ministration for the last two years.
She received her appointment from
the State social Welfare Comnmus-
sion . . . upon the recommendation
of Dr. Phili> A. Callahan, state sup-
ervisor.
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Ann Arbor home owners will com-
pete for prizes again this Christmas
. . . with the biggest awards going'
to best homes with the' best Cirist-
nas decorations. Plans for the fifth
annual contest were announced Sat-
urday by the Junior Chamber' of
Commerce.
The man who designed the modern
railroad station 'Which was the object
of bombings by Russia this week is
a former member of the University
of Michigan faculty . . . and has
lived in Michigan for the past 13
E years. His name is Eliel Saarinen
. and his home is at Bloorfield
Hills. He visited Finland only last
summer.
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County road crews did construc-
tion work this week in "an effort to
make corners 'at Huron" River Dr.
and Strawberry Lake,-and Webster
Church 'and Joy 'dads safer.
William Lyon Phelps, famed Yale
professor, taught more than 20,000
men during his 40 years in the class-
room.

Gives Series Of Talks

Secur Of Petroleum Seen
Reich's WorklBy Prof. Remer
By A. P. BLAUSTEIN fessor Remer continued. The Soviet
Contrary to popular belief, the cannot ship oil to Germany via the
main problem which the German Mediterranean and Atlantic and it
government must overcome in order is impossible to transport it through
to survive is not that of securing Poland because of the poor condition
food but of securing petroleum, Prof. of Polish roads and railways. As
Charles F. Remer of the eonomics far as shipping the petroleum from
department declared ii an interview Leningrad through the unblockaded
yesterday. ' Baltic Sea is concerned, that possi-
bility must be ruled out because of
tarn most of the foodstuffs he has the lack of pipelines and tank cars
needed since the outbreak of the war in the Soviet, he explained.
from the Scandinavian and Balkan If Germany can't get the oil she
countries, Professor Remer contin- needs she will have to cut down on
ued, but since that time he has found all civilian use of the product,
it impossible to import a sufficient ground a number of airplanes, cut
supply of petroleum to meet Ger- out some of her mechanized divi-
many's needs. sions and call in a number of her
Before the war Germany secured submarines. This, he said, would be
her oil mainly from the United States a great blow to the Reich.
and the South American countries The thing that Hitler might pos-
but today, because of the British and sibly resort to in the end, Professoi
French blockade these sources' haye Remer concluded, is to try to take
become almost entirely closed to lier,. over the Roumanian oil fields.. This,
he said. however, would be very difficult be-
The only countries possessing oil cause it is highly probable that the
today who are willing to trade with Roumanians would rather dynamite
the Reich are Roumania and the their own oil fields as they did in
Soviet Union, he went on to say, but the World War, than let them falll
they are unable 'to supply enough into Germany's hands.
to meet her needs. Many of the
Roumanian oil fields are under the
control of French and British busi- U nion O ffers
ness groups who would resist deal-
ing with Germany and there is a U]Hd
definite lack of good transportationJib ne d1 ' 7 oy
~facilities between the Soviet and the ri~

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semesterProf. Karl Litzenbergdi-in the south near the Black Sea
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Women of all classes are eligible

Prof. Phelps Will Discuss
Latin-American 'ReIations

for residence and applications should "Our Direct Investment in Latin
be made at once as rooms are being America" will be the topic of a lee-
assigned now by Jeannette Perry, ture by Prof. Dudley M. Phelps of
assistant dean of women. the business administration school
Several corridors are being re- at 4:15 p.m. Tuesday in Room 103
served for graduate students, and Romance Languages Building.
if demand warrants, an entire wing Sponsored by the Sociedad His-
will be reserved for them. For a panica, the address will be the first
fairly accurate estimate of the num- in a series relative to Spanish and
ber of rooms needed, Miss Perry Latin America. Tickets for the lee-
urges that all graduates intending ture may be obtained in Room 301
to apply for residence do so at once. Romance Language Building.

Iruvlel_ rvtce
The Union's tra,'vel information
bureau, a system under which stun
dents desiring rides during the vaca-
tion period can arrange them with
others willing to accommodate pas-
sengers, is being made available this
week by means of a special bulletin
board set upin the Union. This sys-
tem was first instituted last year.
Standard forms designating the,
rides wanted or the rides offered to
various sections are filled out and
approved in the student offices. This
board is under the general supervi-
sion of Peter Brown, '41E.
In accordance with the custom of
bringing up to date the reading
material in Pendleton Library in the
Union, another group of 'books has
been purchased this week. The addi-
tions include: Pierre Von Paasen's
"Days of Our Years," "Personal His-
tory" by Vincent Sheean, John
Steinbeck's well-publicized "Grapes
of Wrath," andi "Consultation Room"
by Frederick Loomis.

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