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March 15, 1938 - Image 6

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She >ard Raps Swastikas Flutter Over Austria As Nazi Troops March

aF Union .
Ineorporatioii E
Einployers' Suits Could!
Crush Organized Labor,
Professor Explains
Incorporation of unions, which
would hold the unions responsible for
acts of individual members, would
permit employers to sue the I'ni ins
out of existence, Prof. John F. Shep-
ard of the psychology department
said yesterday.
"If uinions were incorporated,"
Professor Shepard asserted, "em-
ployers could fill them with spies, as l SWITZ.
they have in the past, and proceed
to hold the union responsible for the
'acts of its members.'" Employers
would like to harass them, Professor
Shepard declared, "they would like to
tie up their funds, hold them respon- Austria, its borders
sible for whatever an individual mem- took possession of Vie
ber might do." resignation of Rurt Sc
Incorporation in business, he as- -
serted, is something that restricts
responsibility-in a partnership each
partner is unlimitedly liable, but in a, EVENING RA
corporation each investor is respon-
sible for only his own interest in the PROGRA
firm. "employers want to force
something on the unions," he con-
tinued, "in which the unions have WJR
no such interest." P.M.
Cities Corporations 6:00-Stevenson News.
Corporations, said Professor Shep- 6:30-Boake Carter.
ard, do not publish lists of stockhold- 6:45-vocal varieties.
ers-"Incorporation is a device to 7:00-Poetic Melodies.
shield all this; union incorporation 7:15-Hollywood Screen Sco
would be used to force the unions to 7:30-HeEarMncken.
reveal it." 8:30-A rJolson-Martha Ra
English unions are not, as is com- 9:30-Jack Qakie College.
monly asserted, incorporated, Pro- 10:00-Benny Goodman swing
fessor Shepard pointed out. Quot- Bl*:0-H--Bacc ombNe.
ing from an article in the Nation of '" 5-Wismer sports.
Feb. 19 last, he declared that, "In 11:4530-Abe Lyman
England trade unions may be regis- 12:00--Dance Music;
tered with the Registrar of Friendly 12:30-Dance Music.
Societies, a government official. But WWJ
registration is not compulsory. The P.M..
latest available official figures are 6:0-Tyson's Sports."
those for 1935. At the end of that 6:30-Bradeast.
year, of some 1,042 trade unions 6:45-Musical Moments
known to be in existence, only 441 7:5-"'Voilces."
were registered. 7:45-Sport Review.
Unions Register 8:30-Lady Esther Serenade
"The Unions which do register," 9:30-Fibber cGee.
the article continues, "do so only be- 10:00-NBC Feature.
cause suci registration confers cer- 10:45-"Dale Carnegie.
tain tangible advantages. For ex- 11:15-Webster.Hall Music.
ample, registered trade unions are 11:30-Dance Music.
12 :00--DAC Orchestra.
absolved from paying income tax on
their provident funds-moneys de- CKLW
voted to benefits to their. members 6:00-Ensemble. M.
for sickness, death, accident and un- 6:15-News and Sports.
employment; and unions can hold 6 :30-TrReporter Moments.
6:35-Tuf Rporter.
land and property in their own name. 6:45-Rhythm Men.
"Nevertheless," the Nation article 7:15-Windsor Board of E
adds, 'many unions feel that the obli- 7:30-Headlinesr
ex 7:45-Famious Fortunes.
gations A,,herent in registration ex- 8:00-Lasale Cavaliers.
ceed the :dvantages. They feel, for 8:30-Happy Hasr
9:00-uddy ogersOr.
example, that to disclose their ac-I 9:30-witches' Tales.
counts, to make public full informa- 10 :0--Eddy Duchin Oren.
tion coi'erning their membership 11:00-CanadiaC Olub Report
rolls and i inancial strength, i, to give 11:15-Dance Music.
to employes too powerful a weapon."; 11:30-Jimmy Dorsey's Orch.
12:00-Dance Music.

0 MILES C H 99o
I T A L Y Y tU G 0 5 L AVTI A
crossed by German Troops, was reorganizing its government as Nazi throngs virtually
nna. Swastikas indicate the areas where Nazi influence was most felt after the




g School.

(Continued from Page 41
Union. Old members are urged to
attend as there will be election of
new officers. All freshmen interestedI
are invited.
Seminar in Physica) Chemistry will
meet in Room 122, Chemistry Build-
ing on Wednesday, March 16 at 4:15
p.m. Dr. L. O. Case will speak on
"Planck's formulation of the prin-
ciple of Le Chatelier."
A.S.M.E. Members: There will be a
regular meeting of the student branch
of the American Society of Mechan-
ical Engineers on Wednesday eve-
ning, March 16, at 7:30 p.m. in the
t~finitrn ~rinn A - dntmninn

Anti Arbor Art Group
Plans Print Exhibition
Fbhe Ann Arbor Art Association
plans an exhibition of prints by dis-
tinguished American artists March
15-27. The prints have come fron
the annual of the Chicago Society
of Etchers and the annual of the
American Artists' Group in New York
and include the work of such artists
as Rockwell Kent, John Marin, Er-
nest Piene, William Gropper, George
Biddle, Miguel Covarrubias, Reginald
Marsh, Yasuo Kuniyoshi, Waldc
which was planned for Wednesday
March 16, has been postponed unti
Thursday, March 24. The dance wil
be held in the League Ballroom from
4-6 p.m. Admission will be 25 cent,
for men; women will be admitted
free of charge.

corrected city assessment figure is ISt
Groups F'avor $166,688. On the basis of these fig-
-!I ures the annual return is 10 per cent.
Ilerit Iediietion Theze results do not indicate where
j the excess profits wind-up; whether
they do to the landlady or the Mort-
Proiterio Fom Renrw nero he pet on fromt wnom t
or person thRthe iandiady rents the nouses , They i-i.
Revealed ht DAivl ltiitvey Io uindate ttiat un-sual profits are
Conued age Pigures used in the survey repre-
sent the best possible ones available.:n
city is magnified because a price i The revenue statement is taken from p.
equilibrium has not been reached. income reports submitted to the Uni- La
Students are forced to buy at the versity. The city assessor's valuation yo
top of an artificially inflated marketwdeda60p nt of the m
and then prevented from doing any- p onsiort0in ar vng at the al
ting to puncture it."popryswthiarvng tte a1
i"We feel that were it possible to total value figure. The expense fig-
rentmors atthebegnnin oftheure while only an estimate, has been a
rentrooms at t'he beginingofte rchecked by both University and Ann da
semester on a weekly or monthly Arbor housing experts. Income alone Un
basis the unrented rooms would pull is calculated upon an eight month's pa
prices down from the peak and give basis. All expenses are for a full year do
the forces of competition time to and therefore no account has been wi
react."taken of the sizeable returns from by
"Unquestionably the housing short- the summer school students. Ja
age in Ann Arbor has been magni-
fied by the University's building pol-
icy, several Ann Arbor real estate
operators told the Daily. At the same
time that enrollment steadily in-
creases, blocks of houses have been
torn down to make room for Uni-
versity expansion. These rooms have SPEC IA L'
not been replaced. There are conse-
{ quently less rooms available today
than 10 years ago and they have to
serve a swelling demand."
I - Dfisparity Shown
Pr-ominent among the facts re- jK er iii
verled by the Daily housing probe was
the disparity between the average They Lather in the
income from property in the Univer-
sity area and in other parts of town.
e Close to campus the average appears 97c box
, close to ten per cent while according
s to city property experts in other porg 49C boX
tions it is between two and three per
e These figures mean that students The Soap of Pe
would obtain rooms in the 22 houses
d considered for slightly more than half CARNATION
- their present rents and still allow
, the proprietors a six per cent re- GARDENIA
1 turn. Moreover, such a return would LAVENDER
l be from two to three times that ob-
a tained upon property in any other MINT
s section of the city.
The following results were re-
vealed by the Daily's investigation:
The total revenue earned during the
- eight months by the 22 houses taken
e fromt the approved list was $29,923.60; State at North University
t total expenditures for 12 months were
h estimated at $13,200; the total value
of these properties according to the
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d Soaps
Hardest Water

ociedad Hispanica
To Hear Lecturers
sociedad Hispanica this week pre-
nts the fourth and fifth in its reg-
ar series of lectures
Prof Herber- A. xenyon, of the ro-
ance languages department lectures
"Romances Espanoles," at 4:15
m. tomorrow in Room 103, Romance
nguages Building. Professor Ken-
n will trace the history of the "ro-
ance" which is the Spanish equiv-
ent of the English ballad.
Seven native Mexicans will present
program of Mexican songs and
ances, at 8 p.m. Thursday in the
nion. The entertainers will accom-
any the singing with guitars, man-
lins and accordians. The program
ll also include an exhibition tango
Lucrezia Ruisanchez, Grad., and
aiwe Daza.



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Ml1n uin. a sounaUmorJion ® R.O.T.C. advance students and Re-
picture entitled "Heat and its Con- serve officers desiring tickets for the
trol" will be presented by Messrs. J. Military Ball, will please call at
J. Scales and A. B. Curtis of the R.O.T.C. headquarters before Marci
Johns-Manville Company. 18
La Sociedad Hiispanica announces
"Noche Mejicana" (Mexican Night),
a program of Mexican songs sung,
and played by a group of native
Mexicans, Thursday, March 17, 8
p.m., at the Union. All those interest-
ed are invited. No admission charge. -
Mimes: There will be a short meet- !
ing of Mimes in Room 302 of the
Union tomorrow night, Wednesday, x
March 16, at 8:30 p.m.

Phone 2-3 109




Michigan Dames Drama Group:
Regular monthly meeting Wednes-
day evening at 8 p.m. in the League.
A play will be read with Mrs. W. Ad-
rion acting as chairman. All Dames
and their guests are cordially in-
Baptist Guild: There will be no so-
cial program this Friday at the Rog-
er Williams Guild, but there will be:
the .32nd annual banquet at the
League. Call 7332 for reservations
before Tuesday night.
Publicity Committee of the League
meeting at 5 p.m. Wednesday. All

6i:00-Day in Review.
6:15-Black Name.
6:30-Linger A While.
6 :45-Ldwell Thomas.
7:00-Easy Aces.
7:15-Mr. Keen,
7:30-Green Hornet.
8:00-Those We Love.
8:30-It Can Be Done.
9:00-Horace Heidt's Brigadiers
9:30-Alias Jimmy Valentine.
In~znn nflrN. amhn.-,..,

1i:0u--Nt jamboree. members must be present
10:30-Celia Gamba.
11 :00-Dance Music. Crop and Saddle Ride: Thursday
12:0-Gaestone at 5 p.m. Meet at Barbour Gymna-
12:30-Dance Music. sium. All those wishing to go please
call 7418 as soon as possible.
Prof. :. M. Hoover of the economic I Junior Girls Play: The ushers
department will address the Forestry } committee will meet at 4:30 tomor-
Club on the "Economics of Industrial row at the League.
Location" at its meeting tomorrow
in Room 2054 Natural Science Bldg. Congress-Assembly: The Tea dance

Excerpts from B Minor Mass
Normal Choir and Guest High School Choirs
Pease Auditorium, Ypsilanti FRI., MAR. 18, 8 p.m.,
No Reservations. Seats 25c.





Pasteur's great discoveries were spurred
by a desire to protect the wines of France
and to appease French navy tars who com-
plained of vinegary wine on long voyages.

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