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DAY, OCT. 2, 193 THE MICI G A N D A I LY

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German Contest Duke To Visit Industrial Equitable Salary Determination Town Students Vote
- Crime No.1 Problem
Entrants Urged Cities In Coming Tri Is Industry's Aim, Riegel Finds
a NEW YORK, Oct. 21-(IP)-George Crime and juvenile delinquency,
To AStart Now Link, Jr., attorney for Charles E. Large industrial firms are tending will be published in about three public opinion, drugs and liquor, and
Bedaux, friend and travelling com- to determine salaries more equitably months by the Bureau. child labor are considered the four

APPOINT NEW DEPUTIES
Appointment of Thomas L. Knight,.
48 years old, and Forrest Hillyer, 36,
as full-t;me deputy sheriffs, as au-
thorized by the county board of sup-
ervisors, was announced" yesterday by
Sheriff Jacob B. Andres.

PREUSS TO SPEAK AT HILLS
Dr. Lawrence Preuss, of the po
ical science department will spt
on "International Law and thePr.
ent Crisis' 'at the service to be h
at 8:00 p.m. today at the Hillel foi
dation.

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Contest To Come In April;
Examination And Essay
To Be Bases Of Award
Contestants for the Bronson-Tho-}
mas German Prize were urged yester-

panion of the Duke
nounced today that
Duchess would visit

of Windsor, an-|through objective methods, Prof. John
Lthe Duke and
approximately W. Riegel of the Bureau of Industrial

all major industrial centers" in the
United States on their forthcoming
tour.
They intend buying 'no property
here,-he said.

day y Prf. HnryW. NrdmeerFinal plans for the former king's
day by Prof. Henry W. Nordmeyer, American itinerary will not be com-
chairman of the German department, pleted until about Oct. 25 or 26, he
to begin as soon as possible the re- said, adding their American visit
quired reading necessary before the would be "purely private."
competition, which will be held about He said the couple would arrive in
April 1. New York the second week in Novem-
The . Bronson-Thomas German ber and spend a month travelling
Prie, consisting of $35, is awarded back and forth across the United
States,-"one way across the north-
annually to undergraduate students ern part of the country, the other way{
in German 31 or above, in an essay through the south-or vice versa." I

and examination competition on!
some section of German literature.
Each contestant must obtain a
reading list from the German depart-
ment from which to select reading
for one of five sections: classicism,
romanticism, short stories of the 19th
century, drama of the 19th century,
and other works of literature. After
satisfying the department that he
has completed the necessary reading,
he will be admitted to the contest
and may write his essay in either
English or German.
The prize was donated by Thomas
Bertrand Bronson, '81, master of
modern languages in Lawrenceville
Preparatory School, through a grant
of $1,000, the interest on which was
to be used for an annual essay award.
He named it in honor of Calvin Tho-
mas, '74, professor of German lan-
guages and literature in the Univer-
sity from 1887 to 1896 and later Geb-
hard professor of German in Co-
lumbia University.

Feder Stays Mum
In Interview Here

Relations, stated yesterday following'
a discussion by 20 manufacturing rep-
resentatives at the Bureau's con-
ference here last week.
"Companies are identifying condi-
tions of salaried employment whichl
impose responsibilities and call forl
employe effort. Thus, the different
burdens connected with salaried po-
sitions are being more accurately ap-
praised for the purposes of compen-
sation," Professor Riegel explained.
Among clerical positions such fac-
tors are, for example, the length of
the learning period required, serious-
ness of possible errors or failures,
organization of problems presented
to the employe and the influence the
employe is expected to have upon
other persons.
"Industrial relations managers, in
comprehensive salary-control plans,
contrast all clerical positions with
reference to such critical factors and,
taking into consideration, current
market rates for basic services, estab-
lish basic salaries payable to em-
ployes for par performance in each
position. Individuals, whose quality1
of work is above par, naturally com-
mand rates above these."
The conference the first conduct-
ed by the Bureau this year, will be
followed by another on the, same
subject, Nov. 5 and 6, to which rep-
resentatives of 20 different non-com-
peting manufacturing companies will
be invited. An analysis of the ma-
terial presented at these conferences

"Judging from inquiries received by!
the Bureau," Professor Riegel ex-!
plained, "it is clear that the repre-
sentatives who convened here are
among the pioneers in salary ad-
ministration. The forthcoming bul-
letin, I believe, will be received with
much interest by other companies."

most important problems of the day,
by seniors in Ann Arbor High School,
according to a recent survey.
Disarmament was the seniors' fifth
choice from the list of 48 social prob-
lems submitted to them in an effort
to survey the trend of thought in
Ann Arbor homes on social, economic
and political questions of the day.
Buried farther down in the list of
vital topics, the students selected
government control of industry, in-
ternational government and imper-
ialism.

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FIND ABANDONED CAR
An automobile, found abandoned
five days ago on a highway at Chelsea,
was ordered towed into a garage there
Wednesday by sheriff's officers. Ef-
forts are being made to locate the
Royal Oak resident to whom the car
is registered.
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man publication of New York, he de-
scribed as "colorless."
Questioned about the German need
for colonies, which plays so large a
part in the speeches of the paper-
hanger. and in particular whether
the need was for the purpose of col-
onization or export markets, Herr
Feder deftly side-stepped with an elo-
quent 10-minute reply which was
translated as, "I do not want to talk
politics." This position was coyly
maintained by the Herr Professor
throughout the interview.
As for Fritz Kuhn, fuehrer of the
German-American Bund, Herr Feder
had not only never met him, but
had never even heard of him, ac-
cording to his own solemn affidavit.

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