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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

TUESDAY, JULY 1, 1941

THE MICHIGAN DAILY TUESDAY, JULY 1, 1941

Reeves To Give Opening Speech
In Public PolicyLecture Series
(Continued from Page )_ open the fifth week on Monday, July,
28, speaking on "The Concepts of
in the Graduate Study Program will Neutrality and Nonbelligerency."
be open to the public. The theme of that week will be "The
Next week the theme to be dis- United States in Relation to the Pres-
cussed will be "The World from 1918 ent War." Other speakers will be
to 1938." On Monday, Prof. John B. Prof. Philip E. Mosely of Cornell Uni-
Condliffe of the economics depart- versity's history department who will
ment of the University of California talk Tuesday, July 29, on "The Unit-
will speak on "The Economic War." ed States as Viewed by Other Na-
Tuesday's lecture will be given by tions," and Prof. Edward S. Corwin
Dr. Hu Shih, Ambassador of China to of Princeton University, who will
the United States, on the subject speak Wednesday, July 30, on "Some
"The Conflict of Ideologies." Count Aspects of the Presidency."
Carlo Sforza, Carneigie visiting lec- 4econstruction Is Theme
turer, will talk Wednesday on. "The The sixth week's theme will be
Diplomatic Debacle." Tesxhwe' hm ilb
"The United States in the World "Reconstruction: Problems and Pros-.F
Today" will be the topic of the fol- pectc." On Monday, Aug. 4, Prof.
lowing week, with Prof.' Richard 'W. Menzies Whitelaw of the history
Hartshorne of the University of Wis- department of the University of Sas-
consin's geography department katchewan will lecture on "The
speaking Monday on "The World's Prospect for a Union of Democracies."
Geographical-Political P a t t e r n." Tuesday of that week a talk on "Re-
Tuesday of that week Prof. Brooks gional Aspects of World Recovery"
Emeny of Western Reserve University will be given by Prof. Charles C. Col-
will talk on "The Distribution and by of the University of Chicago's de-
Control of Natural Resources" and partment of geography. Prof. Percy
President Karl T. Compton of the E. Corbett of McGill University will
Massachusetts Institute of Technol- give the lecture of Wednesday, Aug.
ogy will speak on "Technological aand6 nThe atio uSae." atoals
Scientific Resources."
The hLernerkToSpeakdThe final week will consider "The
MaxLerer o SeakEnigma of Adaption." Mr. H. Dun-
The fourth week will be devoted can Hall, formerly of the League
to a consideration of "A Nation at of Nations Secretariat, will speak
War." Monday, July 21, "The Re- Monday, Aug. 11, on "The Dilemna
quirements of a War Economy" will of Democracy." On Tuesday "Self-
e discussed by Dean Calvin B. Hoo- Containment and Hemisphere De-
ver of the Graduate School of Arts fense" will be discussed by Mr. PercyI
md Sciences at Duke University. W. Bidwell," Director of Studies of the
Prof. Max Lerner of the political sci- Council of Foreign Relations in NewI
nce department of Williams College York City. The last lecture of the
will lecture Tuesday, July 22, on "The series will be given on Wednesday,
State in War Time." Prof. Hans Aug. 13, by Prof. Edward Meade
Spier of the New School for Social Earle of the Institute for AdvancedI
Research of New York City will close Study at Princeton, who will speak
the week with atalk on "The Effect on "The Changing Conditions of
>f War on the Social Order." American Security."
Prof. Lawrence Pruess of the pol- The executive committee directing
tical science department here will the Graduate Study Program in Pub-
lic Policy in a World at War, ofI
Bromley Studies Costs which this lecture series is a part,
consists of Prof. Dwight L. Dumond
With a crew made up entirely of of the history department, Prof. Ro-
tudents in the forestry school, Prof. bert B. Hall of the geography de-
Villard S. Bromley of the school is partment, Prof. Lawrence Preuss of,
naking cost studies in pulp wood the political science department and
utting and logging in the Eastern Prof. Leonard L. Watkins of the ec-
art of thep TTnnr Peninsil .onnmisd enartment

SPORTS ENTRY BLANK
Intramural Sports Department
All men students are eligible for competition in the following sports:
Check on the list below the sports in which you wish to participate.
No Entry Fee Required
The Intramural Sports Department will make drawings and sche-
dules, furnish equipment needed for team sports, and provide officials
for the contests where necessary. Notification of opponent and time of
play will be mailed to each participant.

Professor Allen To Lead Three Expeditions

Leaving Sunday for Ely, Minnesota,
Prof. Shirley W. Allen of the School
of Forestry and Conservation will
lead three American Forestry Asso-
ciation expeditions this summer.
The first of the three will be a
canoe trip through Superior National
Forest, Minnesota, and will last from
July 10 to July 22.

From July 30 to August 10 Profes-
sor Allen will lead an expedition
through the Gila Wilderness of New
Mexico, leaving from Silver City.
The last trip will start August 22
from Mineral King, California, and
will tour the Sequoia-Kern Wilder-
ness of California, ending Sept. 2.

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Softball

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Handball Doubles

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Swimming ( ) { )
Golf ( ) Horseshoe Singles ( )
GolfSc . Horseshoe Doubles ( )
(Average Score)
( )
Tennis Singles ( ) Squash ( )
Tennis Doubles ( ) Table Tennis ( )
E ) Badminton ( )
Handball Singles ( ) Codeball ( )
Please indicate partner's name in space below doubles entries.
Name..................Address...................Phone........
Mail or bring this blank to A. A. James, Supervisor of Intramural
Sports, Intramural Sports Bldg., Ferry Field. All entries close.at 5 p.m.,
Monday, July 7.

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Laundry Cases.,..............$1.39
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