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E R% 1953THE MICHIGAN DAILY
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uchele To Represent U.S.

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At Indian Coop Conference

Luther H. Buchele, executivel
secretary of the University Inter-
Cooperative Council, will repre-
sent the United States at a World
University Service Conference in
Madras, India, Dec. 14-Jan. 5.
An invitation extended by the
Indian National Committee of the
World University Service asked
Buchele to attend the Southeast
Asian Conference at Madras
Christian College. The main topic
will be "Co-operative and Self-
Help Techniques in the Univer-
sity Community."
Special attention will be direct-
ed toward aiding Universities in
Burma, Ceylon, India. Indochina,
Indonesia, Pakistan, and Thailand.
To Gain Support
Through the . conference, the
World University Service of Ge-
neva, Switzerland, hopes to mobil-
ize the support of university com-
munity cooperatives and intro-
duce self-help techniques to solve
Statler Talks
On Japanwee
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the needs and problems of stu-
dents especially in the fieldsof
board and lodging.
The group also plans to encour-
age the establishment of pilot
projects such as cooperatives, can-
teens, student centers, hostels
mimeograph projects, and cooper-
atively run student housing bu-
reaus.
While in India, Buchele will
visit University graduates who are
now in the country to gain further
information on conditions. After
the three-week conference Bu-
chele will tour universities in In-
dia and make suggestions for the
establishment of c o o p e r a t i v e
councils there.
Travel Expenses Paid
Travel expenses have been paid
by a foundation and cooperative
wholesales. Through letters writ-
ten by Neil Munro, '60, president
of the University Inter-Coopera-
tive Council, contributions have
been collected which will serve as
Buchele's salary while in India.
Buchele has been connected
with the Inter-Cooperative Coun-
cil for 18 years, during five of
which he served as executive sec-
retary. He has been editor of
Co-ops in Action, the cooperative
publication, for seven years.

JACOBSON'S
Christmas Store Hours
9:30 A.M. to 6-00 P.M.
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AT JACOBSON'S
I WEDNESDAY, DEC. 10
No women allowed 7 to 9:30 P.M.

By RUTHANN RECHT
In a small but crowded room in
the architecture building, Oliver
Statler, visiting lecturer and re-
search worker at the Art Institute
of Chicago spoke yesterday on
Japanese prints.
In 1918 a group of Japanese ar-
tists coalesced into a group which
is the center of Japanese printers
to this day. "With this group,
modern prints came of age," Stat-
ler said.
Onchi, the heart and soul of the
Japanese, print movement, died a
few years ago. He had a great love
for abstract art but made regular
prints out of deference to the old-
er members of the society. His
prints were made by wax and
leaves, as well as the traditional
woodblocks.
Discusses Painter
Another famous printer was
discussed by Statler. Hiratsuka is
famous for his jagged lines and
with them forceful works. Hirat-
suka has worked in color but his
most famous prints are done in SHtIMAIR
black and white. Slides were
shown of the works of these two
artists.
"Japanese artists work a great
deal with woodblocks, as these
have the greatest appeal to the
people," Statler said. The wood-
prints have dominated the mod-
ern movement in both quality and
quantity.
Remainr fnOldrTradition
Western art has created a deep--..-
schism among the different Jap-
anese artists. The conflict is over
the use of various media. Since exotik shalimar. . . Guerlain's - world-famous love song
the advent of Western oil paint-
ing, many Japanese artists have in fragrance that sets a haunting, heady mood. imported
tried to emulate their Western
brethren. Prom France to be her favorite Christmas gift, in three magnificent expressions:
prt for he most part aintngs perfume 6.00to 30.00; cologne 5.00and 8.50; dusting powder 7.50. plus tax
have remained in the old tradi-

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