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TIHE MICHIGAN DAILY

SUNDAY, JAIL. 24, 1937

NE WS
Of The DAY
(By The Associated Press)
Government May Demand
Strike Peace Negotiations
WASHINGTON, Jan. 23.-OP)-
The government may demand that
General Motors and striking automo-
bile workers open peace negotiations,
official conciliators indicated tonight.
The way Secretary Perkins put it
today was that if other means fail she,
may send out "a formal invitation"
to negotiations. However, there was
no doubt among informed observers
that the "invitation" would be vir-
tually a demand.
Miss Perkins said she already had
suggested informally that Alfred P.
Sloan, Jr., General Motors president,
and John L. -Lewis, strike director,
get together to work out a peace
agreement.
General Motors, she added, had re-
jetted her proposal. Lewis has said
he accepted.
"My desire is to get negotiations
reestablished," Miss Perkins said.
"That is the wise thing to do."

Flint Alliance Invites
GM Workers To Meeting
FLINT, Jan. 23.-(P)-The Flint
Alliance today invited General Mo-
tors workers in all Michigan cities
where the sit-down strike has caused
unemployment to attend the mass
meeting here Tuesday at which the
Alliance will announce its plan for
strike settlement.
George E. Boysen, Alliance presi-
dent, said this message has been sent
to the workers:
"Detroit, Saginaw, Bay City, Pon-
tiac, and Grand Rapids and Lansing
workers are invited to attend the
meeting and hear plans of the Alli-
ance to get men back to work in all
the plants."
Dr. Howard Rand Dies
After 43 Years In Practice
GLENDALE, Calif., Jan. 23.-t)-
Dr. Howard Rand, 77, physician and
surgeon was struck and killed by an
automobile last night returning from
a professional call.
In his 43 years as a practitioner,
Dr. Rand's patients included Presi-l
dent Theodore Roosevelt, Henry Ford I
and Dr. Sun Yat Sen. Chinese revo-j
lutionary leader.
He was graduated from the Univer-j
sity of Michigan, and formerly was3
associated with a sanitarium at Bat-
tle Creek.

80 Of The 'Fighting Hundred" Give Free Concert

500 D nt i s t ry yEditoria1 S ystem Of Reader's
Alumni To Meet Dioest 1s Exdlained By Aeheson

OnWednesday,'
Clinical demonstrations, talks by
facuhy members and prominent
alumni and a luncheon at noon at
the Union will be offered Wednesday
to more than 500 alumni of theI
Schocl of Dentistry when they gather
here for their annual homecoming.
The exercises of the day will open
at 10 a.m. at the dental school, at!
whih time lectures and clinical dem-
nd;ration; will be given by various

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By EARL GULMAN
The Reader's Di'test. a magazine
with no advertising and more than
a million subs ribers had ;a eGito.al
system explained yestI--'cay by A -
ciate Editor Barclay Acheson.
For selecting the articles from the
various magazines which form the
source for the Digest's stories. Mr.I
Acheson pointed out that his putb-
lication has an editcrial staff of 32
and about 400 assistants. More than
200 in a g a z i n1 e sa re hoirovhly
checked for possbihiiies and 500 n1more

The 80-piece University concert band, which inaugurates its series of
free concerts in Hill Auditorium at 4:30 p.m. today, is shown here.
Prof. William D. Revelli of the school of music conducts.
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denied in such a way as to have
justice done to them and still con-
tain the most interesting portions,
Mr'. Acheson said. He stated that
th usual procedure necessitates cut-
ling from 200,000 to 50,000 words.
The articles selected account for
about half the volume of an issue,
he said. Part of the remainder is
devoted to the book supplement, the
subject of which may be current
or may be twenty-five years old.
Mr. Acheson said that the Digest
i; abcut the only magazine in Amer-
i'a which publishes a special edition
in Braille for blind readers. The cir-
culation of this edition, which is com-
pletely non-profit making, is about
2,000 copies per month. An issue of
the magazine when put into Braille
requires three volumes, each about
four inches thick and measuring
twelve by eighteen inches.

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