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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

id To Appeasement Of Japan
Urged By Professor Ehrmann

I

DAILY OFFICIAL BULLETIN

. By BOB PAEISIEL
"Any appeasement of Japan by the
United States'at this'time would pre-
sent, no permanent soliftion to the
difficulties between the two coun-
tries," Prof. Howard M. Ehrmann of
the history department said in an in-
terview yesterday, "because any con-
cessions granted now would only lead
to'further demands by Japan."
Stressing the fact that the present
crisis has arisen as a consequence of
Japanese policy, he asserted that any
real appeasement of Japan would'
mean the abandonment of China, the
Dlutch East Indies, British posses-
sions in the Far 'East, and even the
Philip'pines-
Appeasement Possible
"Appeasement is possible," he said,
"when demands are small, are just,
and when the granting of them really
satisfies, but the vastness of the Todk--

Ivo nronfo al fG~rete Eat Asia

makes appeasement impossible."
He also said that the Japanese
answer to President Roosevelt's in-
quiry concerning troop concentra-
tions in French Indo-China is, as
was to be expected, an unsatisfac-
tory one, and leaves little hope that
the forthcoming reply to Cordell
Hull's note of Nov. 26 will offer a
basis for continued negotiation. "It
is highly improbable," Professor Ehr-
mann continued, "that Japan will
make any real concessions that can
result in a Japanese-American agree-
ment, for they are committed to a
policy which we cannot permit, the
domination of all eastern Asia."
Determined Stand Necessary #
With this in mind he asserted that
a determined stand by the ABCD,
powers, and the continuance of the
economic blockade by the United
States are essential. Although Pro-
fessor Ehrmann hesitated to say
where Japan should be stopped and
thought "that was a matter for the
government to decide." He did be-
lieve that "the present occupation of
Indo-China has improved greatly the
strategic position of Japan with re-
spect to Singapore, the Dutch East
Indies, and the Philippines," and con-
siders any further mnove into the
waters around Indo-China or into
Thailand a very serious threat to the
ABCD powers.

SATURDAY, DECEMBER 6, 1941
VOL. LII. No. 59
Publication in the Daily Official
Bulletin is constructive notice to all
members of the University.
Notices
President and Mrs. Ruthven will be
at home to members of the faculty
and other townspeople on Sunday,'
December 7, from 4 to 6 o'clock. Cars
may park in the restricted zone on
South University between 4:00 and
6:30.
To the Members of the University
Council: There will be a meeting of
the University Council on Monday,
December 8, at 4:15 p.ln. in Room
1009 A.H.
AGENDA:
Minutes of the meeting of Novem -
ber 10, 1941.
Subjects offered by members of the!
Council. +
Reports of the Standing Commit-.
tees:
Program and Policy-J. P. Dawson.
Report concerning the function and
size of the Council.
Educational Policieg-R. Schorling.
Report on Intermediate Staff Posi-
tions. Report concerning Latin Amer-
ican Relations.
Student Relations-O. W. Boston.
Public Relations-I. M. Smith.
Plant and Equipment-R. W. Ham-
mett.

Chief Airport Traffic Controller,
$3200, until further notice.
Airport Traffic Controller, $2600,
until further notice.
Assistant Airport Traffic Control-
ler, $2000, until further notice.
Senior Floriculturist, $4600. Janu-
ary 3. 1942.
Senior Olericulturist, $4600, Janu-
ary 3, 1942.
Senior Plant Pathologist, $4600,
January 3, 1942.
Radio Monitoring Officer, $3200.
until further notice.
Assistant Radio Monitoring Officer,
$2600. until further notice.
Principal Chemical Engineer, $5600,
until further notice.
Senior Chemical Engineer, $4600,
until further notice.
Chemical Engineer, $3800, until fur-
ther notice.
Associate Chemical Engineer, $3200.
intil further notice.
Assistant Chemical Engineer, $2600,
until further notice.
Principal Physicist, $5600, until fur-
ther notice.
Senior Physicist, $4600, until fur--
ther notice.
Physicist, $3800, until further not-
ice.

Men's Debate Squad
Holds Clinic Today
Under the direction of Dr. Arthur
Secord, coach of the men's varsity
debating squad, a University team
will hold a Debate Clinic today ati
the Alpena High School in Alpena.
Representing the affirmative will
be Thomas Johnson, '44, and Matthew
Zipple, '42Ed, and on the negative
side will be Bill Halliday, '43, and
Charles Murphy, '43.
This Clinic is being held for the
high school debaters and their coach-
es, so that they will be able to study
the tactics and arguments which are
presented to them concerning their
debate question of the year.
Wesley Foundation Group
Will Give Christmas Play
"Peace I Give Unto You," a one-
act Christmas peace play by Dorothy
Clarke Wilson, will be presented by
the Wesley Foundation Drama group
at 6 p.m. today in the Methodist
Social Hall.
Foilowing the play, a worship serv-
'ice will be led by Janet Veenboer, '45,
and during this time the graduate
discussion group will meet with Mr.
and Mrs. Robert Whiteley in the rec-
reation room.

A'
7

Capt. Davidson
Takes Leave
SOf Naval Unit

Capt. Lyal A. Davidson, U.S.N.,
Cdmmandant of the Michigan
NROTC unit, reviewed the battalion
for the last time yesterday, at a drill
at 1 p.m. in the Waterman Gym-
nasium.
Captain Davidson Vill be detached
from his present duties on Dec. 10.
He will be relieved at that time by
Capt. Richard E. Cassidy, who ,omes
to Michigan from the command of
the South China Patrol.
At the drill yesterday, Captain
Davidson led the inspecting party in
the first inspection of the year for
the unit. The battalion, marching
to the spirited music of the Drum and
Bugle Corps, then passed in review
lefore him.
Captain Davidson has served as
Commandant of the NROTC unit
here during the first year and a quar-
ter of its existence. From Michigan he
will go to the Naval War College to
take, a five months "command"
course, in which he will study naval
operations, both past and present,
and the basis of future naval strat-
ey.
Captain Davidson will return to
duty at sea after he has completed
his course at the'Naval War College.
He will have serX4 his two year tour
of shore duty.
Captain Davidson is leaving Ann
Arbor Dec. 19 and will begin his War
College course on Jan. 3. He leaves
Michigan after a successful year and
a quarter, and after establishing the
' R OTC on campus.

The
University Musical Society
announces the following
concerts
.BOSTON
SYMPHONY
SERGE KouSSEyITZKY,
Conductor
Wed., Dec. 10, 8:30 P.M.

1.

Serge Koussevitzky"

MESSIAH
CONCERT
Chorus - Orchestra - Soloists
THOR JOHNSON, Conductor
Sun., Dec. 14, 4:15 P.M.

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1

Thor Johnson

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