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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

THURSDAY, DEC

14,

AL BULLETIN Norman Thomas
active notice t l mmes oif the W iliv F rs
ce of the Assistant toh the President
FW vill Give First
to the following members ofI-theIFiL. 1). Le e t ur e;
nance Committee: Virginia Morgan,
Dorothy tWikel, Virginia Cluff, Mar- Q.
garet Starr, and Richard Brandt. Al Will Speak On Subject Of
dues must be paid before Dec. 15. 'Students And The Social
Diving -Women Students: The Revolution'
diving class which usually meets at
the Union Pool at 8:30 on Tuesday Norman Thomas's lecture on "Stu-
and Thursday evenings will not meet dents and Social Revolution," which
tonight. will be given at 8 p. m., Friday, Jan.
Swimming - Women Students: 5, in Hill Auditorium, will be the
The swimming class which usually first in a series of discussion lectures
meets at the Union Pool at 7:30 on arranged yearly by the League for
Tuesday and Thursday evenings will Industrial Democracy and sponsored
not meet tonight. in Ann Arbor, this season, by thel
Michigan Vanguard Club.
Juniors Girls' Play: It is important The League, in its program of lecr
that all lyrics and music written for tures, seeks to analyze the New Deal,
J.G.P. be in Russell McCracken's of- to evaluate the forces of conflict and
fice by 4Friday, Dec. 15, at 2 o'clock. change, and to outline a social order
His office is on the first floor of the that will establish equity and peace.
League. Each phase of the new world prob-
lems will be presented by an expert
Academic Notices in his field.
French 2, French 32: Attention is Norman Thomas, leader of the
called to the fact that extra sections American socialist movement, and
of French 2 at 8, 11, and 1, and of executive director of the League for
French 32 at 8 and 1, have been ar- Industrial Democracy, is one of the
ranged. For further details consult most popular speakers on the Amer-
the Supplementary Announcement. ican platform today. He has appeared
in Ann Arbor on previous League
Geology I: Make up bluebook programs. He was presidential candi-
Thursday at 4:00 in Room 3056 N.S. date on the Socialist ticket in 1928
and 1932. His two most recent books
G are "America's Way Out" and "As I
Geology 31: The second bluebook; See It." He has written another new
of the course will be given on Friday, b whih w rtln bnorheIas
January 5, in Room 25 A.H. by the Macmillan Company.
I ' Tickets for the series are priced]

Will Speak Here

'Why Change
Food Laws?
Emerson Asks
Doctor Explains 'Relation
Of Food And Diseases'
To Restaurant Men
"We are well protected by our
present pure food and drug laws'
and there is no need for additional,
undesirable, burdensome legislation,"
Dr. Herbert W. Emerson, director of
the Pasteur Institute and professor
;f bacteriology, yesterday told a
group of people gathered at the Ann
Arbor Chamber of Commerce to hear
him talk.
Speaking particularly to members
of the Ann Arbor Rlestaurant As-
ociation, which sponsored the lec-
ture, Dr. Emerson claimed that the
responsibility for the enforcement of
food laws should not be shifted from
the government to the individual, as
the new Copeland act aims to do.
"Restaurant men do not want to con-
taminate their customers, but under
the proposed law they would be made
wholly responsible," he said.
"There is a growing number of
books written in the guise of pro-
tecting the consumer from harmful
foods and drugs. I don't want you
to believe that most of these condi-
tions actuallly exist," he said. "TheyI
don't and it is difficult to understand
the motives of the authors of books
such as 120 Million Guinea Pigs."
Dr. Emerson also explained the
manner in wpich diseases are trans-

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LOST AND FOUND
FOUND on Tappan Street one pair
of glasses. Call 6743. - 226
LOST: Leather bill fold. Near Water-
man Gymnasium. Reward. Call
2-1298. Mr. Worth. 216
LOST: One Wisler's Hydraulics, Fri-
day in West Engine Building. Name
in front. Please Phone 2-3236. 212
LOST: Two blankets early Saturday
morniig, opposite 521 Church.
Call 9622. Reward. 217
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227
Assisiant Cabinet Post
Is Given Sumner Welles
WASHINGTON, Dec. 13. -- (R) -
President Roosevelt today formally
reapointed Sumner Welles as As-
sistant Secretary of State after his

Norman Thomas, of the League for
Industrial Democracy and Socialist
candidate for president in 1928 and
1932, will speak here Jan. 5.-
Enoineers Will
nt -I
Future '-Baker
(By Intercollegiate Press)
PITTSBURGH , Pa., Dec. 13.- The
engineer, contrary to opinion ex-
pressed by many during the depres-
sion, will have just as important a
place in the business and commer-
cial life of the nation as ever, but to
be of value the engineer will know

WANTED
WANTED TO BUY MEN'S OLD AND
new suits and overcoats. Will pay
3, 4 5, and 8, 9 dollars. Phone Ann
Arbor, 4306; Chicago Buyer. 5x

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at xua $10 nd c n b u red from ~luuU more of economics and the liberal ferred to people by diseased m eat'
members $ o. thn angb urd frb. arts than he has l-eretofore, in the and poisonous substances in food. He
members of the Vanguard Club. opinion of Dr. Thomas S. Baker, told how food becomes tainted by
president of the Carnegie Institute of food handlers with diseases, by in-
a F IATechnology. sects, by dust, and by dangerous bac-
In his report Dr. Baker said: teria. He pointed out the great care
Athletics' Support "During the depression it has been that must be taken by food handlers
customary to disparage engineering, to avoid epidemics like the recent
to blame technology for many of the amoebic dysentery outbreak in Chi-
(Continued from Page 1) economic difficulties, and to proph- cago.
rines as the eastern representative. ecy for the engineer a less important "To avoid disease we must have
Had it been possible for the board role than he has played in the past. a sufficient and balanced nourish-
to assure acceptance of an invitation, The first intimations of industrial ment with plenty of vitamins," Dr.
the report says, Michigan would have recovery seem to show that modern Emerson told the restaurant men.
been invited. The Conference meeting business is inextricably mixed with "Americans have a better balanced
in 1932, which could have considered technology and that the technologist diet than any other people in the
allowing Michigan to enter the Tour- will, as far as we can see, continue world," he said.
nament of Roses, the report con- to guide industrial progress.
tinues, met too late to allow the Tro- "Indeed, heavier responsibilities and directs processes in manufacture
,jans sufficient time to invite another may in the future be his. Competi- must not only have profound tech-
school in case permission was not tion between nations in the world nical knowledge but also a broader
granted, so the invitation went to market for the sale of manufac- understanding of world economics
e Pittsburgh. "It may be interesting to tured commodities will be keener and than that possessed by engineers of
- some people to be advised definitely therefore the engineer who creates the past generation.
and officially that the University of __-.--____--
Michigan did not request the con- - -
,t ference, either by mail or at theMU I
regular meeting, for permission t9 CHRISTMAS MUSIC
k go," the report adds.
YPSILANTI NORMAL COLLEGE CHOIR
turn. Square and modern dancing. 200 Mixed Voices, Unaccompanied Frederick Alexander, Conductor
"Box social" refreshments. Students
t whose homes are in Ann Arbor are Christmas Music from Italy, Germany, France, and America.
1 especially invited. All girls attending Finest Choir in 25 Years at Ypsilanti
are requested to bring a box of light PEASE AUDITORIU I, YPSILANTI
refr'eshments sufficient for two per- + / }r 1 1.N
e sons. Proceeds from boxes will go to TONIGHT at 8 P.M. Tickets 25c
v Social Service Dept. for Needy Boys'
Christmas Party. -_ . -___.--. __ ___ __--
MICHIGAN *ATr
,rVANGUARD CLUB EVIMAJESICI.
sponsors KATHERINE
League for
Industrial Democracy
Lecture Series HEPBURN
Norman
"LITTLE WOMEN"
Thomas by LOUISA MAY ALCOTT
with
will speak on
JOkE D N A MAY0L IVER
"STUDENTS AND SOCIAL MONTH J O A N B E N N E T T
REVOLUTION" MATINEES
P A U L L U K A S
JANUARY 5 at 8 P.M. every week
day- F R A N C I S D E E
HILL AUDITORIUM 15c to 2 P.M
Admission for the Series$1.00 J E A N P A R K E R
Matinees 10c - Evenings 15c
cnnLo MICHIGAN
®e~ M
Now Playing! STARTING TODAY
DOUBLE FEATURE ,'THE CRADLE SONG"
KA L E .with DORTHEA WIECK
and 5ARARA KENT TONIGHT at 11 O'clock
STUDENT MIDNIGH T SHOW
One last good time before vacation
and The picture that's twice as wise and three
times funnier than "When Ladies Meet"
SHOULD LADIES

WANTED - Passengers to Phila-
delphia or near vicinity. Leaving
Friday. Call 4418. 213
A RIDE to Mason City, Iowa, or vi-
cinity. Phone 3704. 228
NOTICE.
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FINANCE CO. 311 W. Huron 22001.
1933, 1932, 1931, 1930 models. 12x
ARCADE CAB. Dial 6116. Large com-
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2x
[IRETTE'S shampoo and finger wave
75c every day. Dial 3083. 103
HELP WANTED
EXPERIENCED CLOTHING sales-
man. Student preferred. None other
need apply but experienced man.
Fair Store, 200 N. Main. 218

service as ambassador to Cuba.
At the same time the President
named William H. Hornbrook, of Salt
Lake City, as minister to Persia.
The President late today accepted
the resignation of Thomas Hewes as
assistant secretary of the treasury.
NOT SO HOT ON SUNDAYS
MINNEAPOLIS, Minn., Dec. 12. -
(Big Ten) - There won't be any hot
time in 29 buildings on the University
campus on Sundays a-nd holidays
this winter. Heat will be turned off
in nearly all of the buildings on the
main campus on days when no
classes are scheduled. Approximately
$5,000 in fuel will be saved through
the action, W. T. Middlebrook, comp-
troller, estimates.
PRINTING-Lowest City Prices
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Next to Main Post Office Diai2-1013
WE SELL TYPEWRITING PAPER

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MARIA
OLSZ"OE'W
from the
METROPOLITAN
OPERA COMPANY
in Hill Auditori-um
Tonight at 8:15
Tickets at the School of Music:
$1.00 - $1.50 - $2.00

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