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WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 30, 1940

TWO

THE MICHIGAN DAILY

Dr. E. Brown
Will Give Talk
On Chinese Aid
Loud Foundation Sponsors
Talk Here Tomorrow
By University Alumnus
Dr. Ellsworth Brown, medical mis-
sionary and medical supervisor for
the Chinese government, will speak
on "Medical Relief in China" at 8 p.m.
tomorrow in the Rackham Amphi-
theatre.
Graduating from the University
with his master's degree in public
health in 1916 and his M.D. degree
in 1918, he has been a doctor in
China for the past twenty years.
During the current conflict in China
he has supervised various hospitals
at Wuhu and at Chengtu. Near Wuhu
he cared for the wounded of the
United States gunboat, Panay, which
was sunk several years ago in Chi-
nese waters.
Before his return to the United
States this summer he had been ac-
tive in treating aid raid victims and
carrying on research on malaria.
Plague on the Burma road, flood and
pestilence besides war victims have
received his attention.
He will return to China next month
to organize and supervise a medical
research center to serve three schools
and colleges which have moved in-
land to avoid Japanese occupation.
This project for the Chinese govern-
ment is designed to care for the sick,
train doctors and nurses and to con-
duct research on diseases prevalent
in the interior of the country.
For his outstanding work he has
been received by Generalissimo Chi-
ang Kai-Shek and decorated by the
government.

Link Trainer Washtenaw
To Be Tested Picked For
By CAA Here
Clarence W. Chapman, Carl F.
Hahn, George E. Hotzel. William H.
In an attempt to discover the ef- J. Burdick, James E. Anger, William
fectiveness of the "Link Trainer" in 0. Thomas, Leon Tirado, James P.

County Men
Conscription'

Lawyers Will
Argue Issues
Of Ca, Yuni in.

contact flying, the National Research
Council has asked the Civil Aeronau-
tics Authority unit on the Campus
to give 10 hours of training in this]
machine to students who intend to;
enroll in the CAA next semester. ,
The training, which is given free
of charge, is reported to be of great
aid to the beginning flier in helping
him gain flying coordination and
orientation, Prof. E. W. Conlon of the
aeronautical engineering department
asserted yesterday.s
The Link Trainer, he explained, is
a, machine mounted on a pedestal
and built to look very much like a
small aeroplane. In response to the
controls it "goes through the mo-
tions" of flying, turning, climbing,
diving and bankingtwithout leaving
its position.d Apainted canvass "hori-
zon" around the Trainer aids in giv-
ing the trainee a moreaccurate idea
of flying.
Students who desire to take up
flying this spring are asked to report
to the Aeronautical Engineering Of-
fice within the next 10 days. Link
training, which will require about
one hour of work per week, will 'be-
gin as soon as the student has passed
the medical examination.
Sorority To Meet Today
First meeting of the Xi chapter of
Pi Lanmbda Theta, national honor-
ary education soroity will be held at
4:15 p.m. today in the University Ele-
mentary Library.

Love jr., James L. Crabb, Albert B.
Sergeant, Sigismund J. Binkowski,
Roberto V. Garretero, Wallace B.
Ratliff, Robert L. Reinig, John A.
Morewether, Douglas M. Sharp, How-
ard R. Fordl Nobel N. St_ Clair. Rich-

.

O'Leary, Vincent A. Scanio. Lytle A. jNb
Riddle, Donald G. Thomas E R. Acceptance of the challenge issued
Robbins, Mathew G. Hong, EmihianobyteWlkeCmieeothLa
Gallo, John E. Doll. Irven S. Arnold, by the Willkie Committee of the Law
Emerson A. Jedele. chool o debatn hed sestof th
William F. Blair. Lawrence H. Walt, campaign was announced yesterday
Gilbert Banner. Robert C. Wenk, Rob- by Fred L. Niketh, '41L, of the Young
Lawyers For Roosevelt Club.
ert L. Mayfield, Warren Whipple, Niketh asserted his organization
Howard L. Durfee, Robert B. Hamil- welcomed the "opportunity to show
ton, Gerald H. Voice, Howard F. Cross, all careful and open minded stu-
Thomas H. Moorle. Howard W. G. Mil- dents that the Willkie candidacy is
lard, Walter Smiley. Perry S. Mac- singularly unconvincing and empty
Neal, M.D.. Charles P. Hines, Tse
~'.JntU. l' U .1._T Ia . . £1 1a ' , £ . VV Iof content."

a - t. rUl , 1 11I . J . k m .,S Ii
ard R. Myers.
Anton N. Bogleff, Louis M. Con-
way. Leonard C. Franzel, Clarence
W. Carrington, Herman R. Graf, Ver-

uuo. riarola j. r'enon. riarry .N . w u

nell D. Packard, John G. Hoad, Ru liams. Rodney A. Dosey, Clayton S.
C. Li, Eldon A. Weber, Edward R. Russ and Jeremiah Williams.
Reinig, John D. Wallace, LeRoy P. Stephen D. Michael, Daniel S. Li-
Gray, Richard G. Fowler, Rudolph balt, Irving E. Palmquest, Ray C. Pet-,
C. Weiner, Sven A. Ecklund, Charles ty, Russell L. Richards. Herbert H.
K. Reagan, Nessim E. Nessim, The- Harper. Orville D. B. Lefferts. Gabriel
ophilus S. McKaye, William G. Gor- S. Bau, Roland E. Palmquist, Sper-
don, Pete Chomicz, Herbert B. Stough- ling D. Jones. James W. Anderson,
ton, Howard F. Curtis, Joshua Doma- Clifford -J. Mahlke. Theodore H.
shevitsky, Sok V. Kyan, Erwin E. Schostak, Wayne Leachworth. Wil-
Gerstler, Joseph P. Pagliolo, Llewel- liam D. Haaxma. Robert A. Keim,
lyn A. Walters. Chriss H. Simpson. Gordon C. Pack-
Herbert V. Holzhauer, Alexander ard, Robert W. Okey, Joseph W. El-
Barry, John W. Podestra, George M. banowski, Raymond Papineau, Wil-
McEwen, Irwin H. Ward, Reul Hol- liam E. Bennet, Robert L. Brewer,
comb, Charles P. Lansky, John R. John W. Reece, Yani Savaylioglu,
Wieneke, Mark Luedi, Maxwell N. An- Jack Huehler, William V. Kinietz,
ning, Bernard O. Smeltzer, Willie L. Ralph F. Burke, Merrill T. Luther,
Sluter, Harold L. Robinson, Maxwell .jr., Thomas B. Roll, Charles E. Stau-
A. Miles, Carl E. Ehrenberg, Elman ter, Maurice Mc.L. Scurry, Howard
R. Service, John C. Dettling, Everett R. Ford, Abner S. Eldredge, Walter
J. Field, Joseph E. Sawaski, jr., Cyrus D. Block, Rafael Mendez-Cuyar Milo
L. Lundell, Rudolph L. Gutekunst, W. Kaufman, Will M. Chou, Thadde-
John R. Humphreys. us A. Saymanski. Roy N. Schmidt, Ed-
Dana E. Working, Carl J. Miano, gar M. Hoover, Marlin P. Prindle,
Jose A. de Carvalho, Frederic B. Paul D. Beckman.
House, Douglas T. Graham, James A. Ross L. Allen, Russell C. Dodge, Fred
Miller, Willis F. Wiesenmaier, Roy Adzima. Norman W. Burnett, Clar-
G. Boshaw, Jesse Sullenberg, George ence A. Siebert, Louis Bill Brouselis,
M. Brown, Lewis Hech, LeRoy E. Walter A. Ridout, Earl R. Anderson,
Erdman, August G. Wiegand, Robert Frederick W. Smith, James T. Warns,
N. Seeger, William A. Mills, John J. (To Be Continued Tomorrow)

In reply to a statement made by
the Willkie Committee against Mr.,
Roosevelt's candidacy, Niketh de-
clared:
"We are aware that a dark ma-
terialistic religion based on force the
like of which, in might and savagery,
have never before been seen and im-
agined in the time of man, is now
threatening America's destiny.
"In such a world America, cannot
entrust its leadership to a man whose
only qualification is that of public
relations man for a giant utility fin-
ancial holding company; a rank nov-
ice in the realm of national and in-
ternational affairs.
"It is only too obvious that the
forces of evil will not await for Mr.
Willkie to achieve the essential train-
ing and experience that is so neces-
sary to ably cope with the totalitari-
an states."
To Form Youth Hostel
A Michigan branch of the Ameri-
can Youth Hostel will be formed at
4:15 p.m. Friday in the Women's
Athletic Building, it was announced
yesterday by Gertrude Inwood, '43, of
the WAA and Carl Rohrbach, '42E.

Armory Plans
Need Revision
To Fit Budget
Limit On Available ROTC
Funds Brings Reduction
Of First Cost Estimate
Plans for the proposed military and
naval ROTC armory apparently will
have to be drastically revised to
meet the financial limitations imposed
bY the Secretary of War, members of
the Advisory Committee on Military
Affairs announced late yesterday.
According to a ruling by the Secre-
tary, WPA funds to be used in con-
struction of college ROTC armories
may not exceed $100,000 for any single
project. Preliminary estimates for the
University's armory placed its cost
at approximately $100.000.
No word has been received from theI
Chicago headquarters of the Sixth
Corps Area in regard to the request
for funds made by the University
more than two weks ago.
Plans for the building, as drawn
up by the Committee in consultation
with professors of military and nav-
al science and tactics and their as-
sistants, called for a structure cover-
ing approximately 350,000 square feet
of ground, three stories in height
and housing all ROTC training fa-
cilities of the University.
Included in the new. armory would
be drill floors, class rooms and of-
fices, as well as a- range and an ar-
senal, Prof. Lewis M. Gram, Com-
mittee chairman" said recently.
The need for more ROTC housing
has been stressed by President Ruth-
ven, who said -that present facilities
have been fcund to be inadequate.

International
Center Plans
Active Week
Program of the week for the Inter-
national Center was announced by
Prof. Raleigh Nelson, its director.
A program of reco)rded music will
be conducted -under the leadership
of Ivor Schialandsky, will be con-
ducted from 7:30 to 9 p.m. today in
the Lounge of the Center.
Classes in English will be held
for foreign students at 7:30 p.m. to-
morrow. All students interested in
improving their vocabulary or pro-
nunciation are urged to join the
classes. Individual tutoring is also
available to students who wish it.
A thoroughly American Hallowe'en
party with traditional games and re-
freshments will be scheduled for all
foreign students and their friends
from 8 to 12 p.m. Friday under the
sponsorship of Miss Thelma Grace
Brown and Mrs. Charles Ochs.
A new feature of the Center's pro-
gram will be a series of roundtables
on the topic, "The Place of My Coun-
try in the World Order" from 3 to 5
p.m. Saturday. All foreign students
are invited to participate in the dis-
cussions which will endeavor to point
out positions of the nations repre-
sented by students on campus.
DAILY at 2-4-7-9 P.M.
Now! To-day and Thursday
The musical
comedy sen-
sation of
/ 1'way now on
the screen!

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Additional Registration Numbers
Announced By Ann Arbor Board

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3791,
3792,
3793,
3794'
3795,

John J. Roff, jr.
Corard H. Scofield.
Lytle A. Riddle.
Robert C. Sager.
Joseph F. Bartolacci.
George A. Watson.
Herbert E. Wilber.
Arthur J. Miller.
Woodrow W. Strtible.
Alfonso Keeton.
Walter Graves.
Cecil McFarland:
William P. Bostic.
Albert G. Lentz.
William E. Blakeley.

MICHIGAN
- Ending Today -
Alfred Hitchcock's
"Foreign
Correspondent"
-Thursday-
John
Marr'ymore
The Ham Perfecto
in
"The
Great Profile"
- Sunday-
Gus Arheim
orchestra

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3830,
3831,
3832,
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3837,
3838,
3839,
3840,
3841,

Delbert F. Rankin.
Oliver F. Dalke.
George W. Etnor, Jr.
Clifford N. Ford.
Earl W. Hill.
Harlan D. Yeager.
Lloyd F. Catron.
Lewis G. Meader.
Kenneth A. Struble.
Lars C. Lundgren.
Kenneth H. Broker.
Maurice F. Doll.
Truesdell F. Vealy.
Elmer R. Service.
Lon J. White.
Russel J. Vial.
Arne M. Swanson.
Charles R: Fisher.
August G. Wiegand.
Edward A. Smith.
James R. Loy.
Edward J. Bolz.
Ernest M. Thompson.
C. Stanley Evans.
Rudolph M. Chopp.
Dwight L. Cadbery.
Gerald A. Lutz.
James W. Dirof.
John R. F. Brueck.
Francis De W. Barnard.
Donald G. Sturgis.
Jean High.
Paul Christ.
Ralph S. Bass.
Floyd S. Frey .
Donald F. Johnson.
James F. Meldrum.
John R. Alden.
Sol Birman.
Frank G. Patrick.
Walter J. Bredernitz.
Robert E. Knobnick.
Paul A. Bucholz.
Arvon L. Davies.
Robert T. Anderson.
Richard J. Anderson.

3842,
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Edward W. Bancroft.
Warren T. Whipple.
Clinton H. Haris.
Kelin A. Bassarkoff.
Frank E. Engle.
Henry H. Adams.
William R. Charnley.
William L. Cochran.
Horace R. Crane.
Jaseph R. Douring.
Clarence E. Eldridge".
J. Ellwood Stowe.
Howard F. Efner.
Howard R. Williams, M.D.
Anthony F. Stark.
Glenn L. Smith.
Nathan S. Potter, III
Neil G. Miller.
Floyd Sibert.
Edward F. Gatska.
Edward C. Davis.
Paul J. Hadley.
Harold A. Hollister.
Francis D. Lotte.
George E. Hoar.
George W. Camp.
Russel E. Brewer.
John G. Watts.
Thomas A. Dooling.
Stephen J. Jardino.
Ernest C. Huhn.
Carl H. Littlejohn.
Harold W. Drosch.
John Hay.
Charles A. Hofman.
Robert M. Howell.
Wayne L. Dunlap.
Furman Wright.
Francis D. Hatchard.
James H. Robertson.
Wallace A. Bacon.
Chester E. Smith.
Cheng Kwei Tseng.
Seck Chau Wong.
Percy Soicher.
Tooi Zoomsai.
Donald R. Pearce.
Isao Matoi.
Jesus J. Battad.
Charle J. Daniels.
Henry C. Loud.
Jack C. Wong.
Enrique I. Moscoso.
Bernard Young.
Edward S. C. Mau.
Thomas S. Ogata.
Takeo Kimura.
John J. Uehara.
Hidehiko Uyenoyama
Leslie Wa S. Lum.
Katsuhiro I. Kono.
Powers Cameron.
Malai Huvandana.
Stanislaus L. Yoh.
Colin D. Gordon.
Tobias Lasser.
Heng Subbanka.
Fuad A. Zahid.
Harold S. Luffman.
Tieh C. Ning.
Alfonso Martinez.
George N. Evseeff.
Sikwoo Ting.

3915, Felipe::.:Larrazabal.
3916. Kai C. Lu.
3917, Ali H. Mohammad.
3918, Harun R. Orun.
3919, Artur Mager.
3920, Somchitr Kansananda.
3921, Victor M. Zerbi.
'3922, Shing K. Kuh.
3923, William M. Chou.
3924, Hoen Z. Lee.
3925, Ulrich H. Williams.
3926, Abdul B. A. Khatib.
3927, Ali U. Kutsay.
3929, John C. R. Warren.
3929, Lester F. Kashiwa.
3930, Bunling Tamthai.
3931, Jose V. Sahtos.
3932, Pai-Chong Young.
3933, Sam Stowe.
3934, Han Chuan Nu.
3935, Gabriel S. Bou.
3936, Theodore T, Tomita.
3937, Ioshiro Taira.
3938, Pete T. Okamura.
3940, Duke C. Choy.
3941, John F. Anderson.
3942, Rafael Mendez-Cuyar.
3943, Erik O. Lissell.
3944, Daniel J. Giradi.
3945, Raymond J. Dean.
3946. John Kantor.
3947, Romylos Kesisoglu.
3948, Leopoldo V. Toralballa.
3949, Jieter J. Rabie.
3950, Max Dresden.
3951, Ivor Schillansky.
3952, Fred Chang.
3953, Ulpiano M. Leon.
3954, Luiz A. S. da Casta.
3955, George Kiss.
?956, Man H. Wong.
13957, Robert T.-C. Chang.
3958, Yun-taung Chao.
13959, Arlavast Unciyen.
3960, Any-Taung Liu.
3961, Carlos A. Forero.
3962, Cihat M. Bashak.
3963, John C. Kirkwood.
3964, Hugh H. Gosnell.
3965, Jack G. Sheps.,
3966, Mur S. Woo.
3967, Sahan H. Civelkoglu.
3968. Ismail R. Kalidi.
3969, David S. Appelt.
3970, Chew C. Sreto.
3971, Merton H. Keel.
3972, Vernon H. K. Lum.
3973, Fakhri B. Maluf.
3974, Sok V. Kyan.
3975, John R. Humphreys.
3976, Leon B. Gamet.
3977, Ryotaro Kato.
3978, Tse Guo.
3979, Choon Silasuvan.
3980, Yani Saraylioglu.
3981, Zen J. Li.
3982, Francis E. Fitzpatrick.
3983, Hung H. Wong.
3984, Anton N. Bogleff.
3985, Dimitri Teofilaktides.
3986, Emiliano Gallo.
3987, Lee W. Young.
YOU TOO CAN PLAY -
ly trained to be a stenogt
Permanent placement servi
Hamilton
Twednty,-slxfh Year

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Hasan I. Mataraci.
Matthew C.. Hong.
Juan R. Cabreka.
J. Walter Dittel.
Otto G. Podrabsky.
Tsun H. Chang.
Kuo H. Chao.
William R. Martin.
Hsing C. Tien.
Nikifor Y. Yakavljevitch.
Sabri Gunduz.
Jose A. de Carvalho.
Ibrahim M. Hassan.
Thomas S. Cheung.
George Carulla.
Yut W. Wong.
Robert L. Candlish.
Ahmet A. Germirhi.
Sik C. Tang.
Orhan F. Barim.
Kiyoshi Kaneshiro.
Zur D. Lee.
Geoffrey Seed.
Enrigue Marrarte.
Ru C. Li.
Wei S. Chen.
Manfred Sidley.
Henry C. Palleis.
William H. Shaw.
Alfredo T. Morales.
Shiu Y. Wong.
Choh C. Ling.
Juan A. Gambus.
Robert D. Richmond.
Berkeley Roden.
Joseph O. Lee.
Eduardo A. Salgado.
Lorenzo J. Rosselo.
Carl Chun-Pok Sunoo.
Alvaro Posado.
Gonzalo S. Samper.
Arden C. Boland.
Eugene A. Milinkevich.
Andres J. B. Torre-Arregui.
Daniel J. Clark.
David Y. H. Liang.
James Chang-Moa You.
Syed S. Kadri.
Chia W. Chen.
Alexander E. Stanyar.
Edward S. Robinson.
Alfonso Chegwin M.
David Panar.
Wallace J. Latcham.
Leo Y. Chan.
Eugene Tsao.
George P. Palser.
Ernest Villegas.
Mohammed S. Shukei.
Garth Parker.
Kam H. Le.
Albert Desjardins.
Roberto V. Garrettero.
Guy G. Metraux.
Raymond Chi-Fan Chen.
Shiu J. Fung.
Nessim E. Nessim.
Rafael R. Sanjurjo.
Russell L. Richards.
Yoshikazu Yamada.
William J. Rosenberg.
King-Lui Wu.

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Italians Reported
Moving On Salonika
(Continued from Page 1)
but denied British troops had occu-
pied Crete, big Greek island southeast
of the mainland.
"We shall march to a final triumph
and victory," Greece's Premier-Dic-
tator John Metaxas replied to Brit-
ish Prime Minister Churchill's mes-
sage that aid was on the way.
The British also were reported to
have landed at ancient Corfu, Greek
island at the entrance of the Adriatic
Sea between Greece and Italy. Pos-
session of air bases on this island
would enable the British to spray
explosives on the nearby Albanian-
Greek frontier where Italian and
Greek troops are fighting, and on
the Italian "heel" 70 miles west.
A British Broadcasting Company
report, quoting Rome dispatches, said
Italian troops had alsolanded at
Corfu and engaged the British.

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Richard Car"son
Ann Miller
Eddie Bracken
Frances Langford
Desi Arnaz
Hal LeRoy
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Omer F. Sabuncu.
Etem A. Baltacioglu.
Fuad S. Hassain.
Anton 0. Endres.
Shib J. Chiao.
Makepeace U. Tsao.
Robert D. Sethian.

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