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Siam Quarrel
Is Discussed
B1y E. Neville
Former Thailand Minister
Believes Conflict Today
is 1907_Controversy
(Continued from Page 1)
when the United States penerated
Hawaii, the Midway and Guam Is-
lands, and the Philippines.
"The United States is the most
capable of any international power
ever established in the world,' Mr.
Neville declared, and observed the
impact of American expansion on
the Asiatic countries.
He noted that Japan immediately
adopted a conciliatory attitude to-
ward the United States with the hope
of making some commercial profit
out of American imperialism. De-
veloping its silk production far be-
yond the previous proportions, Japan
catered to the huge silk industry in
the United States and formed ami-
cable commercial relations that last-
ed for 30 years, he said.
Tracing the commercial history of
Japan, Mr. Neville observed that the
Nipponese had closed their borders'
td foreign trade at about the time
British settlement began in Americal
and the isolation continued .,untif
Americans had spanned the North
American continent and sent ships
from San Francisco to negotiate
trade agreements in 1854.
"The Japanese had long been dis-
satisfied with their isolation and wel-
comed Commodore Perry's proposals
as an opportunity to change the
policy of the ruling Shogun," he
U.S.-Cuban Ties
Is Lecture Topic
Prof. Julio del Toro of the Ro-
mance Languages Department will
speak on "Cuba and the United
States" at 4:15 p.m. today in Room
231 Angell Hall, under the auspices
of La Sociedad Hispanica.
In the fourth lecture of the Spanish
group's current annual series Profes-
sor del Toro will discuss the relations
between the United States and Cuba
from the early part of the 19th cen-
tury until the present. He will point
out how certain political and eco-
nomic conditions here have always
affected our attitude and dictated
our policy toward the island state
in the Caribbean.
Daily*2-4-7-9 P.M.
Now Playing
t o " m In__ __ Ir ."A

No Agreement fitOrient

United States Civil Service Examina- cies and races ,cof Ntrth American
Lions: rodents as related to the aridity of
Supervisor of Indian Education in their habitat" and Mr. Paul H. Ralph
DA I LY O F F C IA L B U L L ET I N Mural Painting and Fine Arts, $3,800 on "Embryology of the blood and
a year. blood forming organs of the frog,
Assistant Supervisor of Indian Edu- Rana pipiens."
cation in Mural Painting and Fine
THURSDAY, MARCH 6, 1941 Students, C olege of Literature, Sei- Arts., $2,300 a year. Students of the College if Eugin-
VOL. LI. No. 108 ence, and the Arts: Election cards Applications must be on fil- with 1 eering and Others Enrolled for Series
Pubilication In the Daily Official filed after the end of the first week the United States Civil Service Com- of Lectures on Naval Subjects: The
Bulletin is constructive notice to all of the semester may be accepted by I mission at Washington, D.C., no later seventh lecture of the series will be
members of the university. the Registrar's Office only if they are than March 31, 1941. delivered today in Room 348 West
approved by Assistant Dean Walter. Complete information is on file at Eng. at 4:00 p.m. Commander C. E.
N O('C0 Students who fail to file their elec- the Bureau, 201 Mason Hall. Office Olsen, U.S. Navy, will speak on
Lion blanks by the close of the third hours: 9-12 and 2-4. "Damage Control." All students hav-
Notice to All Faculty Members and week, even though they have regis- _ _ing submitted applications for com-
University Employees: The Regents of tered and have attended classes un- missions should attend.
officially will forfeit their prvWege A'cademic l X t ; _
the University in 1931 adopted the
£ 1 CU1Zafi aIa IIt i he f lle- Jtt'f13'

Make-up Examination in English
127 for persons who received incom-
plete or "X" last semester will be
held on Wednesday, March 12, at
2:30 p.m., in 205 South Wing.
Psychology 31, all sections, make-
up examination will be given tonight
at 7:00 in Room 1121 Natural Science.
German Make-up Examinations
will be held on Saturday, March 8,
from 9-12 a.m. in room 301 U.H.
Sociology 51: Make-up final ex-
amination will be given Saturday,
March 8, at 2:00 p.m. in Room D,
Haven Hall.
Economics 53 Make-up Final will
(Continued on Page 4)


France's ambassador to Tokyo,j
Charles Arsene Henry (above) has
held a number of conferences with
Japanese officials, but they have
not been able to reach an agree-'
ment on Japan's plan for ending
the Thailand-indo-China border

of continuingi7 e oe orLA
following resolution :emegster. If such students have paid
Resolved, That it is the sense of the
Regents that emnloyees on "full- any tuition fees, Assistant Dean Wal-
tergwill ihsueeaplthdrawalncardlfo
time" and on annual or monthly sal- will issue a withdrawal card for
ary who ordinarly receive a vacation them.
at the expense of the University and
pay on holidays and for a reasonable School of Education Studeuts: No
period of sick leave if necessary, are course may be elected for credit after
not entitled to payment for "over- Saturday March 8. Students must
time." whether in their own or an- report all changes of election, at the
other department of the University Registrar's Office, Room 4, TTver-
unless such arrangement shall have sity Hall. Membership in a class does
been authorized in advance by the not cease nor begin until all changes
President or the Board of Regents. have been thus officially registered
Arrangements made with the instruc-
Applications for Scholarships Open i are not official changes.
to Students in More Than One Unit.
The Emma M. and Florence L. Abbott Students, College of Literature, Sci-
ence, and the Arts: No course may be
Scholarships and the Eugene G. Fas- elected for credit after the nd of
sett Scholarships, for which students the third week. Saturday, March 8,
in more than one School or College is therefore the last date on which
are eligible to apply, will be awarded new elections may be approved. The
in willingness of an individual instruc-
min 1941-42. For further details as to or to admit a student later does not
eligibility, etc., see the University affect the operation of this rule.
bulletin, "Scholarships, Fellowships,r--
Prizes, and Loan Funds," obtainpble Notice to all Mechanical Engin-
at the Information Desk, Business Bering seniors: Membership in the
Office, 1 U.H. The President has Student Branch of ASME cannot be
obtained after March 15. All those
appointed a Committee to assign who are not now members are urged
c these and other scholarships which to call James Eastman, Treasurer o
I are applicable in more than one unit she Branch, for particulars.

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A Comedy Mystery
with a New Slant!

Zoology Seminar tonight at 7:30 Political Science 1: The n.ake-unp
in the Amphitheatre, Rackham Bldg. examination for all sections will be
Reports by Mr. Robert G. Lindeborg given Saturday, March 8, from 9 to
on "Water requirements of some spe- 12 in room 2014 Angell Hall.

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B, oarian Ties

British Minister Deliv
Scathing Manifesto


(Continued from Page 1)
Goering was said by diplomatic
cn,'rrl dt Yliral V nl ia fr

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sources inx Beigrae e, ugosiavia,, uo -- -
have been concerned with a Russian of the University. The Committee
demand that Rumania cede certain I expects that applications will be filed j Code Practice: Students desiring to
Black Sea naval bases to her at once. on of before March 15 at the office practice the International Morse
These informants said that they of the Dean or Director of the School are invited to use the R.O.T.C. Sig-
got their information direct from or College in which the applicant is nal Corps equipment in'room 301 En-
Rumania and that the Soviet's de- registered for reference to the Com- gineering Annex. Inquire of Captain
inand had been of "an ultimative na- mittee of Award. Since no special Vollrath for available hours.
ture" with a short deadline. ' application blanks have been pre--
Bulgaria was occupied by swelling pared for these scholarships, appli- Glider Club: Those who missed the
columns of Nazi troops--and nearly cation blanks such as may be ob- organization meeting may sign up for
all Bulgarians of military age march tamable at the offices of the Deans gliding in Room 102 West Engineer-'
off toward the Turkish frontier. or Directors of Schools and Colleges ing Annex any afternoon from 3 to
The thin and tired British Min- will be accepted by the Committee, , . Flying starts immediately.
ister. George W. Rendel, stiffly cor. or the application may be made by ~~~~

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rect in striped trousers and morning,
coat, called for the last time upon
Bulgaria's Premier Bogdan Philoff=
and Foreign Minister Ivan Popoff{
and read to them one of the most
blunt and angry declarations in all
the history of diplomacy.
"It is a matter of indifference to,
His Majesty's government what steps
Bulgaria may see fit to take to protect1
herself against external danger, but
the pressure and ever-increasing
number of German troops on Bul-;
garian Government to Germany policy7
is incompatible with the maintenance
of diplomatic relations . ..";
Thus he read his manifesto and;
then he added some remarks of his
own, speaking man-to-man to Phil-

letter, giving
financial nee

details concerning the! Notice Concerning Student Assist-
academic standing and antships in Jordan Hall: Present ap-
d. plicants, and those who wish to be-
For the Committee come applicants for Student Assist;-
F. E. Robbins, Chairman antships in Jordan Hall for the Uni-
versity year 1941-42, are remindedf

Matinees 2:00-3-50
Adults 25c
Nights 7-9 P.M.
Adults 40c
ncl. all tax

"Tea For Two"
Musical Comdr. C. E. Olsen
Romance- m
Anna To Discuss Battle
NEAGLE Damages In Navy
"Damage Control in the Navy" will
be discussed by Comdr. C. E. Olsen,
of the naval training station at Great
Lakes, in the seventh of a series of
lectures on the history, purposes and
HELEN BRODERICK - ZASU PiTTS organization of the navy at 4 p.m.
EVE ARDEN * TAMARA :DILLY today in Room 348 of the West En-
GELBERT - STUART ROBERTSON gineering Building.
GilBRT STURT OBERSON Commander Olsen's address will
Extra _ describe the types of damage sus-
"PICTURE PEOPLE" tained in battle to underwater parts
_____of naval vessels and the work of dam-
WORLD NEWS age control parties aboard ships to
keep injured fighting craft afloat.
Former damage control officer of
-- Coming Sunday the heavy cruiser. U.S.S. Chicago.
Commander Olsen is presently at
Great Lakes where he organizes the
"ARIZONA" special instruction given there to en-
listed personnel.
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b//nd dates
HETHER you're learn-
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Phi Kappa Phi Fellowships: The that their application blanks should
National Phi Kappa Phi Honor Soci- be turned over to Miss Esther Col-
ety each year awards a certain num- ton at Jordan Hall, on or before
ber of Graduate Fellowships with ,Friday, March 7. Those who have
stipend of $500 to be devoted to study not yet reccived application blanks,
in some American College or Univer- will find them obtainable in the office
sity. Undergraduate members of of the Director' of Residence Halls,
Phi Kappa Phi of the University of 205 South Wing.
Michigan, elected during the first -
semester of the present year are eli- All women working in League activ-
gible to apply for one of these fellow- ities must have their eligibility cards
ships. Since this is a national fel- signed between 3:00 and 5:00 p.m. in
lowship and the competition is keen, the Undergraduate Office of the
only those students with very high League.
academic records will be encouraged
to apply. The closing date for ap- Summer Camp Jobs: The Universi-
plications to be received by the local ty Bureau of Appointments and Oc-
chapter is March 17. Further in- cupational Information has an open-
formation and application blanks ing for a counsellor for a girl's camp
may be secured from the secretary, to teach nature study and campcraft.
Mary C. Van Tuyl, in Room 3123 Na- The same camp is interested in ob-
tural Science Building from 1 to 5 taining a nurse and a cook. The
daily, March 1 to 7. employer will interview on campus
today, Thursday. If interested,
La Sociedad Ilispanica, Sutitmer please get in touch with the Bureau,
Session Scholarships in the Univer- 201 Mason Hall.
sity of Mexico: All students inter- -
ested in competing for these scholar- The University Bureau of Appoint-
ships should register with Professor ments and Occupational Information
Lincoln in 100 Romance Languages. has received notice of the following
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