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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

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THE MTCHT 1l"AA VAN 1 iA LTA

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Featured Dance Team Of 'Up To The Stars'

Death Of NRA
May Mean New
Life For Trade
Wider Field For Activities
Wil Be R esult Of Blue
Fa le's D emise
WASHINGTON, June 1.- (P') -
Termination of NRA codes may put
new life into the trade association
movement.
Since the Supreme Court's NRA
decision, trade organization execu-
tives have been busy surveying pros-
pects of what might be done to fill
the breach.
Until the Administration's plans
take shape, they are forced to move
cautiously.
But some, who have had intimate
contact with the development of trade
associations, say they expect a wider
field for their activities under what-7
ever new codes might arise from the
ashes of the old.,
They base their expectations in part
on indications that thought in Ad-
ministration quarters for some time
has been running, toward fewer and
simplified codes.
When the Blue Eagle set out to
make virtually all business its domain,
many trade associations bowed to its,
force and took a back seat.
Some became the code authorities.
Members were reluctant to pay dues to
two organizations and so the old ones
languished.

Laroe GrGrant
Will Be Given
To Sociologists
Enlarged Appropriation Is
To Go For Delinquency
Information Service
The extension of the Michigan Ju-
venile Delinquency Information Serv-
ice of the Sociology department for
another year has been made possible
by a grant from the University, it was
announced yesterday by Prof. Lowell
J. Carr, of the sociology department,
Professor Carr said that five re-
search assistants would be appointed
October 1, three of them being paid
$500 each and two being paid $150
each. Four of the five appointees will
be men, preferably graduate students
with suitable backgrounds in psychol-
ogy, criminology, and research tech-
niques, he said.
The Delinquency News Letter, the
monthly publication of the service
now being sent to 3,500 juvenile court
judges, county agents, school superin-
tendents, police supervisors, and
others active in community work
throughout the state, will increase its
circulation by 1,500 in August, Profes-
sor Carr said.
During the past year Professor Carr
said that the Service has completed
four research projects. The first is
"A Study of Community Factors As-
sociated with Juvenile Delinquency
in Flint." Mrs. Minna Faust, Grad.,
did the field work for this project.
The second and third are "A Study
of Probation and Parole in Selected
Michigan Counties," the field work
done by John Streiff, '35, and Milford
Boersma, '37, and "Conditions in
Washtenaw County Villages," Harry
R. Meyering, Grad., doing the field
work.
The fourth is "Ten Years of Delin-
quency in Washtenaw County." Wil-
lard J. Robinson, Jr., Grad., compiled
the records for this research.

THE SCREEN +
AT THE MAJESTIC customary threadbare story with the
"FOLIES BERGERE" I theme about "the show must go on,"
Not the best (because of "Roberta," Maurice, as an entertainer in the real
and "The Gay Divorcee") but very "Polies Bergere," gets gloriously
nearly the best musical picture of the mixed up with a Baron whom he
year is "Folies Bergere." With a strikingly resembles. Having an oc-

is

better-than-ever Maurice Chevalier
playing a double role that is the clev-
erest and most congruous of its type,
and with the exotic Merle Oberon (in
a delicious comedy role) and the tow-
headed Ann Sothern (supplying what
pep she can with Chevalier on the
screen), there is a plentiful amount of
nonsensical and rhythmic entertain-
ment.
Instead of struggling through the

casion to impersonate him in hi
home, there is no end of fun in th
consternation which ensues in th
boudoir with the Baron's wife an
with the entertainer's sweetie:
If you're looking for extra good ligh
entertainment with spunk, speed, an
swell songs (and who isn't thee
days!) don't miss "Folies Bergere.
It's a tonic for tired students.

-C.B.C.

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Paul and Lief Rocky, former dancing partners of Mistinguette and
Josephme Baker at the Casino de Paris, with Helen Gray of "Roberta,"
who are featured dancurs in the revue "Up to the Stars," opening to-
morrow night at the Mendelssohn Theater.
Library Exhibits Fifty Books
Selected By Institute Of Arts

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I masterpiece . . . frankly, I cannot see Most of them, however, are still in
in these fifty books any definite trend. existence.
Technical excellence is apparent Approximately 2,500 nation-wide
throughout the list but that elusive trade organizations are listed, many
quality, the spirit and not its letter, with headquarters and representatives
is too often neglected in the effort in Washington and others with con-
to have the machine function smooth- tacts in the capital through the
ly." Chamber of Commerce of the United
Although the books were selected States.
on the basis of physical excellence, From 1927 to 1930, in conjunction
several of the volumes are famous with the Chamber of Commerce, some
contemporary or classical works. of the trade bodies were active in
Many of them are graphically illus- developing fair practices under juris-
trated and are the best available edi- diction of the Federal Trade Commis-
tions of these books, but with a limited sion.
sale. But attempts to standardize the
H. G. Wells is represented by his mass of resulting regulations did not
"Seven Famous Novels," and Wash- get far and the trade practice con-
ington Ir ing rates two of .his works ferences waned until they were sup-
among the collection, "Rip Van planted by NRA codes.
Winkle" and his "Journal." "The In the absence of more effective{
I Comedy of Dante Alighieri" and the methods of home rule by industry,
"Bibliography of the Writings of Ed- some trade association experts are in
gar A. Poe" are two of the more re- favor of reviving the conferences
nowned books. under the wing of the Federal Trade
Other noteworthy volumes by fa- Commission in co-operation with i eir
mous authors and poets are "Essays organizations.
by Ralph Waldo Emerson," "Wine The big associations built up a large
From These Grapes" by Edna St. Vin- reservoir of statistical information.
cent Millay, "The Nightingale" by Code authorities took over much of
Hans Christian Anderson, and "Can- this data-gathering.
terbury Tales" by Goeffrey Chaucer. Officials say they expect trade as-
A volume of general interest "Wines, sociations to take up the threads
For Those Who Have Forgotten and again so there will be no lapses of
Those Who Want to Know" is proving the statistical records.
to be th e m ost con spicuous w ork of __-____t eex ibitTh e earalssev ral_
the exhibit. There are also several
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