Daily Trojan, Vol. 29, No. 7, September 27, 1937
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Wfrorfd OMWi Night - PR - 4776 W • 4m. S*a. 117 DAILY CALIFORNIA TROJAN MirtAfcn A Thm mm \JWTry WoHd Wxie News Servke Volume XXIX Los Angeles, California, Monday, September 27, 1937 Number 7 Anglo-French Demands Rejected Wifkdrawal of Troops Ito. Spain Refused By Dictators ORGANIST MECKLENBURG, Germany. Sept. 36—(U.P)—Fuehrer Adolf Hitler and Premier Benito Mussolini, who saw Germany's war machine in action on the Baltic shore today, have decided to reject Anglo-French demands lor Withdrawal of their “vol-% unteers” from Spain. H was reported tonight. The two dictators—mere corporals •nd enemies in the last war. but key men in Europe now—were said by responsible Italian quarters to have reached their agreement as a means of preserving ‘ international” respect for their Rome-Berlin axis. HITLER WARNS DUCE Hitler, who put the finest units of his army through their paces in maneuvers near here, was said.1 however, to have warned II Duce j against extending his Spanish ven- I ture in any way which might bring j reprisals from France and Great1 Britain . Der Fuehrer reportedly agreed j with Mussolini, as they stood side • by side on the Mecklenburg heaths) watching thousands of Nazi troops, tanks, and warplanes fight a ! mimic war, that Italy could not bow °f Music, will open his 32-week to Prance's demands for withdraw- series of bi-weekly organ concerts al of all foreign troops from the when he presents his first program Archibald Sessions, university organist, whose series of biweekly concerts begins tomorrow in Bovard auditoriiwn during assembly period. Sessions To Open Series Organ Music Will Be Played Tuesdays, Thursdays Archibald Sessions, university organist and professor in the School Hundreds Die MISSOURI FRATERNITY As Cholera STUDENT SHOT AFTER Hits Shanghai DISCUSSING RELIGION COLUMBIA, Mo., Sept. 26—(U.P.)—The fatal shooting of Albert Waters, Jr., 18, a University of Missouri student, in his fraternity house room today led authorities to demand further explanations of the puzzling case. Police who first came to the Sigma Alpha Epsilon house -»--fcwere told that Waters had commit- I ted suicide. They found the body J on a bed with hands resting on chest. A revolver belonging to Jack Kilpatrick, a university freshman and room mate of Waters, was found on a bedside table. Kilpatrick was hysterical but fraternity brothers said the freshman told them he and Waters had been discussing religion when Waters began to talk about self-de- Addilional Thousands In Hospitals,- Disease Rages Unabaled SHANGHAI, Monday, Sept. 27.— (L'.P)—Thousands have been struck down by the cholera epidemic here, and the crisis has not yet passed. Statistics show 300 deaths and 1,-777 proved cases now in hospitals in the international settlement and French concession, an undetermined number of cases and deaths in the Chinese city of Nantao and Japanese-controlled territory and more than 1.000 other cases of gastro-intestinal upsets. The situation, however, should show an improvement with cooler laxation in this natural wonderland himself, weather and wholesale free inocu- ! to resume the second leg of their ROOMMATE HELD F.D.R. Leaves Yellowstone Roosevells To Resume 'Inspection Trip’ in Pacific Coasl States : struction. YELLOWSTONE PARK, Sept. 26 Kilpatrick assertedly ‘‘called his —<l.P>—President and Mrs. Roose- bluff” by handing Waters a loaded ; period on Thursday and Friday, velfc tonight turned away from re- pistol and the elder student killed EXPERIENCE UNNECESSARY Coach Asks Debaters To Report Frosh Urged To Apply To Homer Bell, Weeks; Positions Still Open Asking those interested in debate to report to the debate office as soon as possible, Homer Bell, freshman coach, announced that application are being accepted for the i frosh debate team and that many ; positions are still open. Applications may be left with Harold Weeks, debate manager, or Bell ! in the debate office located on the ' second floor of the Student Union. Weeks can be reached during the i early part of the week, while Bell will be in the office during chapel COACH 1 “family West. inspection trip” of the lations. REFUGEES STRICKEN The cholera has been almost, wholly confined to refugees who are under-nourished. Reports indicated | and in the states of Idaho, that Chinese army cases have been Oregon and Washington. The reasonably small while Japanese ■oosevelts, with their daughter,, breakdown. have had at least 200 affected. son-in-law and two grand children Settlement and concession health Coroner W. R. Toalson who made an initial autopsy this morning, Before them lay two days crammed with campaign-like traveling Homer Bell, who yesterday announced that applications are being accepted for positions freshman debate on the sguad as ager. for “Extensive high school experience is not a requirement, although freshmen possessing such experience are particularly urged to however, announced that he was j apply,” Bell said. “more anxious than ever” that Kil- Positions will remain open until Patrick be held in police custody, after the annual debate smoker Kilpatrick was in a hospital, re- which is scheduled for the middle of . ■ ## ■ portedly on the verge of a nervous ; October, where freshman and var- ; JaKc OtfCrCu ASUSC Office Troy Downs Pacific in Opener, 40-0 Aerial Attack Crushes Staggmen as LansdeJ!, Schindler Stand 0^*4 By CLARK JONK Bombarding a baffled Tiger defence with a brilliant aeria! offensive that netted three touchdowns, crashing through the Stagg forward wall for another brace of scores, and uncovering a real triplethreat quarterback in third stringer. Granny Lansdell, U. S. C.’s 1937 football eleven trampled College of Pacific, 40-0. in the season’s opener at the coliseum, Saturday afternoon. The contest produced Mi largest offensive score registered by any Trojan team since 1933. and gave evidence to 30.000 spectators that Coach Howard Jones and his upward bound gridders are more than ready for their opening conference clash with Washington's defending champions here this coming weekend. J ^ ... “There were no powder burns on as added guests aboard the special; Waters. head„ ToaLson said_ „The authorities deserve the highest bullet passed through the brain and lodged in a wall of the room. I will call an inquest tomorrow morning.’' Fraternity brothers of Waters, a Spanish Insurgent armies. Hitler, whose enthus*asm for Spanish intervention has cooled noticeably in the last four or five months, at the same time warned his fellow dictator that France’s “trump card” can not be overlocked. it was said. of the year in Bovard auditorium tomorrow during assembly period. In talking of the program yesterday, Sessions asked that students be prompt for the program, which starts at 10 o’clock, and that they plan to remain for the entire concert, as the music will be finished in time for all who attend to reach their 10:25 classes. train, made an 80-mile motor trip , to see Old Faithf ul geyser spout to-praise for their efforts to prevent the . day disease from spreading. More than j 100.000 free inoculations at health I The President was in a rested, stations and in health trucks and 1 jaunty mood as the Yellowstone 20.00 small pox inoculations have forest rangers guided him along the sophomore from Kansas City, and been made to date. park s asphalt trails to Old Faithful Kilpatrick, an Oklahoma City youth, and through the Norris and Madi- sa^ that the victim had been de-son geyser basins. He was partic- spondent for several days over a ularly interested in the bear, antelope and deer. sity teams will assemble to map out the year’s work. “After the squad has been chosen, no additional applications will be accepted.” stated Bell. With the position of freshman debate manager still unfilled, many applications will also be received for this post, he said. Bertie l^ichols Needs Secretarial Assistants,-Activity Points Given Chinese civilians welcome and appreciate the value of inoculations, aiding the battle materially. CHINESE INOCULATED Manila epidemic experiences have shown that an epidemic can Lo halted if one-third of the population is inoculated. This principle has been applied to Shanghai with Sessions started his concerts last noteworthy results. Whereas for- After departing from Yellowstone Park tonight at 7 p. m., the party was scheduled to appear in Idaho, home state of Senator William H. Borah, anti-court plan republican, to discuss the administration's hy- FRENCH ANGERED Yvon Delbos1 FYench oc^lu"s aiailcu ----77*“* ‘7‘L "Th“VT dro-electric power policies in a na- Y\on Delbos. French ioreign mm |year ant} presented programs each merly thousands died and hundreds tjonaj speeCh and to dedicate ister, made to Renata Bova-Scoppa, Tuesday ancj Thursday during the of thousands were stricken by the 1 observer, that remajnder of the term. He plans wildfire spread of the disease, the to follow the same plan this year. Italian league Fiances southem frontier will be thrown open to permit a flow of men. materials, and munitions to j the Spanish Loyalists unless Mus- j sol ini pulls out of Spain and leaves the war to the Spaniards. Informed Italians admitted that Hitler gave Mussolini to understand that Germany refuses to make any new sacrifices to promote the “anticommunist” war in Spain. This was regarded as a blow to "1 Duce* hopes of obtaining Hitler's ledge that German military aid ould be forthcoming in event of a w involving Italy in the Mediter-anean. K was apparent to foreign ob- •vers. from the reported trend of ^^,,simul^eo^ly_were.flt_in? te conversations between the Nazi- WPA work relief project. number of cases at present is only __ .. . . a small percentage of the 35,000 The program which will be pre- i , . .. . , „ ... „ j *1 i-j on - refugees m this city of 3.500,000. sented tomorrow includes Boellman si® Gothic Suite and Votspiel to Lohen- Cholera is spread by flies, hands grin, by Wagner. and contaminated food. Symptons ___are complete collapse, subnormal temperature* diarrhea and dehydration of the body content. himself were a bluff handed him a gun with the warning that it was loaded. Kilpatrick fainted twice after the The President was due at Boise, j shooting. W. H. Sapp, former Senator Borah s home town, at 9:30 county attorney, who was called a. m. Monday. On his program was so°" sh°otinS to rePre‘ In ! sent Kilpatrick said: “Everything points to suicide.” PLAYERS RECOVERING Dr. Packard Thurber, team physician. stated last night that Quarterback Ambie Schindler and Center Amerigo Tonelli were rapidly recovering from minor injuries received in Saturday’s game and that both would see action against the All girls were invited yesterday I Huskies. Quarterback Jimmy Jones, ■ Bertie Nichols, secretary to Gar-1the “I* °th'r c“sualt* Saturda>'; ^ nursing a broken nose, and will It is preferable that only those , dlner Pomch, ASUSC president, to h nrotection mask in apply who contemplate little or no „ . . ... t.av . . 0 “_ V6L° a Prot^tlon mask m , . , . i come to her office today, and be i the Washington contest engagement in the speaking con- j ' I 6 * tests themselves, as the time re- j interviewed for prospective work quirements of the two activities ' which will entitle them to activity would frequently conflict,” Bell J points. TOURNAMENTS PLANNED I Interview hours are from 9 Several tournaments, including ! 10:15 this morning, and from 2:30 various speaking contests, are being j to 4:30 this afternoon in 235 Stu-threats of shooting planned for the year. They will take dent Union. Girls chosen will be place in addition to the encounters j , . ,, , required to type, answer phone with freshman squads of other col- , _ _ __ . . ... leges and universities, and with the «*»•. *>ave geheral charge of , ver Day. Chuck Wiliam* and Mi-squads of junior colleges through- ! the office during the hours to1 citey Anderson later made 0-polnt stomach ailment. Some 40 fraternity men live at the house where the shooting occurred at 1 a.m. BLUFF CALLED Stanley Johnson of Red Cloud. Neb., told county Prosecutor Edwin C. Orr, that Kilpatrick, believing that Waters’ Failing to make a single first down through the Trojan line all afternoon. Coach Amos Alonzo Stagg’s scrappy College of Pacific eleven proved to be no match for the Thundering Herd in the season's opener as Baby-Faced Ambrose Schindler rang a pair of speedy touchdowns in the first eight minutes of play, and Bill Fisk, Oli- Trojan Band Wins Approval Of Rooters By Ben Cook While the 1937 Trojan football team was making its debut in the coliseum Saturday afternoon. U.S.C. Friendship Is Theme of Service scist dictators that vtng cautiously. Hitler was adio Tryouts o Be Thursday fternoon Additions for students interested cadio announcing, writing, or deal work in connection with university broadcasts, will be ducted by the division of radio rsd»y at 4:f5 p.m. in Bovard Jtorium. udents whose tryouts are suc-may receive membership on ff handling these programs, which the university seeks ote and coordinate the ting of school and adult tion amd entertainment. wcperience is not a re-for staff membership, as on these broadcasts i* design-constitute a period of train-ttself, emphasizes Dick Hud-1, director of radio programs, partment is supervsied by W. Henley, coordination of-through dramatic pre-lectures. musical pro-and interviews, brings the departments of the rniiver-to the general public. j* broadcasts take place in out-studBos and m remote oontrol udios oil the campus, staff mem-r» receive professional training them for employment after and are offered the op-rtunity of meeting outstanding en already in the industry. Hud-eston said- Friendship as the great spiritual reality on the University of South-j em California campus, as the attitude of mind and manner of con-1 duct which most distinguishes this institution, was the theme of word I and song at the Vesper Friendship hour held late yesterday afternooc ; in Bovard auditorium, j The principal remarks were made by Dr. Rufus B. von KleinSmid and For the first time in recent years. Dr Carl Knopf dean of the a motor trip to Capitol Park, the afternoon, he was scheduled to drive to Nampa. Caldwell, Wilder, and Parma and to board his train again at Ontario at 7:15 p. m. On Tuesday, the President was scheduled to arrive at Bonneville, Oregon, at 8 a. m., and to motor to Bonneville Dam, a government project to provide flood control, irrigation and waterpower by stemming the Columbia river. A nation- Lancers To Pay Fee This Week, Get New Cards out. southern California. In order to select the most proficient debator in the freshman class, a contest is held on the campus at tlie end of the debate sea- [ classes are especially desired, she son. The winner is presented with ; stated, since most of the work a silver loving cup, donated by E. comes at that time. Girls with ex- i which they are assigned, Miss Nichols added. Girls who do not have morning Neal Ames. Men and women whose applications for Lancer membership were ally broadcast speech will be made i accepted by the registration com- DAILY TROJAN STAFF MEETS Daily Trojan staff meetings which have been scheduled for to- perience will receive preference. Applicants wno are accepted will be assigned to work under either i contributions to the scoring column. TROJANS SCORE EARLY Hardly had the 30.000 spectators settled in their seats when Desperate Ambrose caught a Tiger punt on his own 36-yard line, veered to the right, dodged several tacklers, and thundered 64 yards down the south sidelines to the opening touchdown of the season. It afl at the dam site sometime between 9 and 9:45 a. m„ Pacific time. their first view of the revamped band, under the direction of its new leader. P. C. ‘ Pete’’ Conn. and were performing in one of the biggest opening-game rooting sections ever seen at U.S.C. Young Mussolini Enjoys Outing At Malibu Beach the football band had a half-time I stunt ready for the season's opening game, and so well was the stunt executed that it received the im- | mediate approval of the crowd. I Fans and rooters both were also of Religion, in the section of the By United Press. program devoted to “Friendship SEPT. 26.—<l*.P»—Vittorio Mussoli-Through Common Thought.” ni, 21-year-old 6on of Italy’s dicta- Various portions of the program tor, lolled on the beach of Malibu dealt with friendship through rev- ' today, enjoying his first outing since „ . . * ___ . .. erence, friendship through invoca- i his arrival in Hollywood to study tion, friendship through association, motion picture production methods. -IS? mt0dU<*d by the ban<i friendship through meditation. He motored to the beach, famed friendship through mnvprsntinn fnr its nalatiai movie homes, with Though the musical group is considerably reduced in numbers this year, its playing, which is in a much faster tempo than formerly, was reported in nearly mid-season form. conversation, for its palatial movie homes, in benediction, and Hal Roach. Hollywood producer and through common his host and business associate. Tonight. he was to attend his first Music for the program was pro- American circus as a guest of the vided by the Cathedral choristers, c°le Brothers show, who sang Gounod’s Sanctus, Cesar 1 Roach revealed that he would re- J friendship I friendship |thought The band was backed up in its Frank’s vocal arrangement of Psalm turn to Italy with Mussolini as soon performance by a cheering section 150. and Cherubic hymn by Bort- as he completes his local visit in of more than 2000 Trojans, the larg- niansky. and by Prof. Archibald ab°ut three weeks. est group of rooters to witness an , Sessions, who played selections on -*----•- opening game m more than eight the organ. years. i_ The new arrangement introduced by Bob Myer this year of having the men's section in the center, with women at both top and bottom. added a bit of color to the section which has not been seen formerly. FAIR SETS RECORD FRESNO. Sept. 26— (U.P)— More than 90.000 persons kept the turnstiles clicking at the Fresno district fair which closed tonight, setting an all-time record, it was revealed bv fair officials. mittee, and the non-organization day and tomorrow by John Goiay, students who were Lancers last year are requested by Louis Tarleton, Lancer president, to report to the new Lancer office. 326 Student Union, during assembly period any day this week to receive new membership cards and to pay the 50 cent membership fee. Miss Nichols or Virginia Holbrook, j happened so quickly that everyone ASUSC secretary. Pollich’s aide em- ! stood in breathless suspense for a phasized that this is an opportun- | Continued on Page Three ity for freshman women who aspire ;__ to Amazons, women's honorary serv- i ice organization, to fulfil activity point requirements. Under the new plan this year , there are no dues. The 50 cent fee for new members takes the place of the former dues. Lancer members of last year are considered charter members and need pay only 5 cents for their membership cards. editor, will bring together nearly [ every student who is associated r* I ? D ! with the writing and editing of the reOerai D3nKS campus daily. Members of the second page staff are requested to assemble at 3 o'clock this afternoon in Golay's office. 424 Student Union. These persons include Rosalie Leitikow. Elizabeth Bebout, Clark Jones. Harold Weeks, Edythe Meaux, Roger Hollenbeck, Bud Colegrove. Ben Cook, George Radmiller, and others Trojans To Plan International Reception Louis Tarleton, chairman of t>h* I ASUSC international relations i committee, yesterday announced a meeting of committee members. who attended the first conference I last Tuesday. • Reporters will meet with Warren The second meeting of the Lancer 1 Burns, assistant editor, in the Daily administrative board is scheduled Trojan office at 3:30 tomorrow aft-for tomorrow at 1 p.m. in the sen- ernoon. Desk editors and copy desk assistants will receive instructions and assignment from Richard Bean, assistant editor, in the Daily Trojan office at the same time. Revise Ruies WASHINGTON, Sept. 26.—<U.P>— The Federal Reserve board tonight announced a revision of its rules to , . „ ____. .___, foreign club presidents, and Trojan broaden the reserve systems lend- ™ * ___student leaders for today at 9:50 a. mg function, further implementing . ... _. its policy of maintaining easy mo- m the ASUSC offlce‘ 202 Stu-ney conditions. dent Union. - . .. Under the 1935 Banking Act. Fe- , “The PurP°se of the 18 deral Reserve banks were given au- discuss Plans ior an mternation-thority to make advances upon any al reception at which Trojan stu-sound assets of member banks to I dent body leaders will act as host enable them to meet seasonal or ; to the foreign students on campus,’ Tarleton said. ate chamber. The approaching membership, card, and pin drive, and the possible replacement of several administration board members who have not yet returned to school are matters which will be discussed. WSGA Petition Deadline Today other credit requirements of commerce, industry and agriculture. The revised regulation serves to give effect to this law. It makes eligible for discount a large amount Attendance at these two meetings of paper of commission merchants president of international relations is demanded of all student in re- and finance companies, including student body; Bill Andreve; Gorton porting and copyreading classes, \ paper drawn to finance installment ^De Mond; and Neil Deasy. Members of the committee who were requested to attend are: Eugene Choy, president of the Cosmopolitan club; Jose Carceres, Burns and Bean stated. sales of a commercial character. Twelve noon today is the deadline for filing petitions for the vicepresidency of the Women’s Self-Government association, Ellen Holt, president, announced today. To be eligible for the office a woman stu- ACTIVITY BOOK SALES SURPASS 1936 TOTAL he said. !by Dr‘ Mary Sinclair Crawford, High schools and junior colleges dean of women, Miss Holt conclud-were re-opened September 16. ed. D«. H* Shito Arrives Ofi Way to Washington afternoon he wiH address faculty members of the College of Com-SAS FRANCISCO. Sept. 26—(U.P) merce at a luncheon. His topic will —Dr Hu Shih, diplomatic adviser be “What’s Going on in Washing to Ihe Chinese central government and special counselor to Generalis-Chiang Kai-Shek, stepped ___tht* Philippine Clipper here today, on his way to confer with the dip*om*t*c in Washington DR. WHITE TO GIVE COMMERCE LECTURE One of the country’s leading authorities on commerce, Dr. I DI-*« Wilford L. White, chief of the marketing research division ^^^uUateS IO rl3n of the bureau of foreign and domestic commerce, Washing- Trtmnrrnw ton, D C., will address the College of Commerce student body "^cneaUie I omui iuw Wednesday at 10:25 a.m. in Touchstone theater, Old College. ; Members Of the graduate student^up in previous years, the graduate Dr. White wUl speak on “Present*----- body will hold their first meeting student body will again attemDt to Day Trends in Marketing ” In the fQre various pr0fessional and busi- tomorrow at 12:15 p. m, in 206 Ad- ( educators to the oftomnrtn ho wiN arfrirocc r ministration to organize for urmg beverdi noted eaucators to tne Chicago Schools Closed By Disease To Re-open CHICAGO. Sept. 26— Public and parochial elementary schools closed for three weeks by an infantile paralysis outbreak, will be opened tomorrow morning, Dr. Herman N. Bundesen, president of the board of health, announced tonight. of academic work and ^ aDDroved ieraay expecteu uiau uicic vvuu.u uC — Kindergarten and first grade - f academic *ork an<* be approved taining the goal of 3000 by the end of the week, classes will remain closed, he said. | ^ Dr Mary Sinclair Crawford. :7^rJJXX;rJ^77J7JJ^7rfrrrr~ * The strong showing of the football team at the game Saturday i afternoon, coupled with the sus-| pense surrounding the game with | the University of Washington this week were expected by committee Tarleton also invited Mrs. H. E. Norton, president of the interfra-■ temity mothers club; the presidents 1 of all foreign students clubs; and I the following student leaders: Jane Rudrauff. president of the Trojan .Amazons; Coalson Morris, president ; of the Trojan Knights; Fret. Hall, president of the interfratemity With one more week remaining in the ASUSC activity COUncil; John Golay, editor of the book drive, sales had reached a total of 2721 by Saturday | Daily Trojan; James Lynch. Alpha noon, easily surpassing the 1936-37 total of 2600. With this . | sudden spurt of sales, Henry Flynn, committee chairman, yes-dent must nave completed 60 units terday expectecl that there would be little difficulty in at- Phi Omega president: and Michael McBan. president of the Trojan Squires. ness groups. ton.” On a special trip here to survey United States government between marketing oonditions in southern 1930 and 1932. Dr. White is author of California, Dr. White will arrive at the book, “Cooperative Retail Buy- Lo6 Angeles today from Washington, ing Associations,’’ and has written and will remain for a week, during 1 and complied many report* on chain which he is scheduled to spea* be- stores. for the coming year. Dr. Rockwell D. Hunt, Particularly noted for his work in dean of the Graduate School, will the chain store inquiry with the call the meeting to order. Frank federal trade commission of the Sparks, last year’s president, will preside. Regardless of the school or division in which they are registered, all graduates are eligible and are requested to attend the meedng. In accordance with objectives set campus. Some of the lecturers presented last year were Kathleen Norris, noted writer; Robert M. Hutchins, president of the University of Chicago; and Harrison Forman, famous Tibet explorer. Among the social functions given by the group las£ spring were semimonthly luncheons, two informa4 receptions, jnd two dinners. STILL RISING 3000— 2721 — 2600— —1937 GOAL Today’s Total —1936 Total 1900— H - Sale at Clow* of Krgistration Registrar Issues Call For Program Cards Every student must secure the signature of the instructor for each course in which he is registered on members and by Gardiner Pollich, the permanent program card, and ASUSC president, to add further return the card to the registrar’s of- impetus to the sales campaign. fice Wlth>n seven calendar days from date of payment, according The sudden spurt in sales at the to an announcement by Theron end of the week was attributed by Clark, registrar. Pollich to the cooperation of stu- Clark also announced yesterday dents in the College of Dentistry, that any students who have marks who he said had purchased a large cf “je” or “Iw” remaining from percentage of the books sold Friday some previous semester should plan and, Saturday. Tickets may be purchased during ihe remainder of this week at the cashier's window m the Student Union, according to committee members. to remove these deficiencies as soon as possible. He pointed out that if these marks are not removed within a stipulated time the students will receive a grade of F in plac* of the incomplete ri^ark.
|Title||Daily Trojan, Vol. 29, No. 7, September 27, 1937|
Night - PR - 4776 W • 4m. S*a. 117
MirtAfcn A Thm mm
WoHd Wxie News Servke
Los Angeles, California, Monday, September 27, 1937
Wifkdrawal of Troops Ito. Spain Refused By Dictators
MECKLENBURG, Germany. Sept.
36—(U.P)—Fuehrer Adolf Hitler and Premier Benito Mussolini, who saw Germany's war machine in action on the Baltic shore today, have decided to reject Anglo-French demands lor Withdrawal of their “vol-% unteers” from Spain. H was reported tonight.
The two dictators—mere corporals •nd enemies in the last war. but key men in Europe now—were said by responsible Italian quarters to have reached their agreement as a means of preserving ‘ international” respect for their Rome-Berlin axis.
HITLER WARNS DUCE
Hitler, who put the finest units of his army through their paces in maneuvers near here, was said.1 however, to have warned II Duce j against extending his Spanish ven- I ture in any way which might bring j reprisals from France and Great1 Britain .
Der Fuehrer reportedly agreed j with Mussolini, as they stood side • by side on the Mecklenburg heaths) watching thousands of Nazi troops, tanks, and warplanes fight a ! mimic war, that Italy could not bow °f Music, will open his 32-week to Prance's demands for withdraw- series of bi-weekly organ concerts al of all foreign troops from the when he presents his first program
Archibald Sessions, university organist, whose series of biweekly concerts begins tomorrow in Bovard auditoriiwn during assembly period.
Sessions To Open Series
Organ Music Will Be Played Tuesdays, Thursdays
Archibald Sessions, university organist and professor in the School
Hundreds Die MISSOURI FRATERNITY As Cholera STUDENT SHOT AFTER Hits Shanghai DISCUSSING RELIGION
COLUMBIA, Mo., Sept. 26—(U.P.)—The fatal shooting of Albert Waters, Jr., 18, a University of Missouri student, in his fraternity house room today led authorities to demand further explanations of the puzzling case.
Police who first came to the Sigma Alpha Epsilon house
-»--fcwere told that Waters had commit-
I ted suicide. They found the body J on a bed with hands resting on chest. A revolver belonging to Jack Kilpatrick, a university freshman
and room mate of Waters, was found on a bedside table.
Kilpatrick was hysterical but fraternity brothers said the freshman told them he and Waters had been discussing religion when Waters began to talk about self-de-
Addilional Thousands In Hospitals,- Disease Rages Unabaled
SHANGHAI, Monday, Sept. 27.—
(L'.P)—Thousands have been struck down by the cholera epidemic here, and the crisis has not yet passed.
Statistics show 300 deaths and 1,-777 proved cases now in hospitals in the international settlement and
French concession, an undetermined number of cases and deaths in the Chinese city of Nantao and Japanese-controlled territory and more than 1.000 other cases of gastro-intestinal upsets.
The situation, however, should show an improvement with cooler laxation in this natural wonderland himself, weather and wholesale free inocu- ! to resume the second leg of their ROOMMATE HELD
F.D.R. Leaves Yellowstone
Roosevells To Resume 'Inspection Trip’ in Pacific Coasl States
YELLOWSTONE PARK, Sept. 26 Kilpatrick assertedly ‘‘called his —