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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

FRIDAY. OCT. 29, 1937

CIO And AFL Meet In Labor Peace Conference At Washington

Heller Says Jewish Immigration
Would Solve Palestine Problem
The plan for admission into Pal- ish State pay its Arab neighbors a
estine annually of 3f6000 Jewish im- yearly sum.
migrants for the next 10 yea-s was Realization of the plan, Dr. Hel-
supported by Dr. Bernard Heller. di- ler pointed out, would force the
Jews to raise $125,000,000 to $150,-
rector of the Hillel Foundaticn, in an 1000,000.

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Representatives of the Committee for Industrial Organization and the American Federation of Labor met in Washington for the historic conference
which will seek to bring peace between the two groups. The first day's session was notable for the absence of the leaders of both groups, and was
devoted to problems of procedure. Shown here at the conference: seated, left to right, Sidney Hillman, CIO; George M. Harrison, AFL; Philip
Murray, CIO; David Dudinsky, CIO; standing, left to right, Adram Flazer, CIO; Joseph Curran, CIO; Harvey Fremming, CIO; Michael J. Quill,
CIO, Matthew Woll, AFL; C. M. Bugnizaet, AFL; Homer Martin, CIO; James Carey, CIO; S. S. Dalrymple, CIO.

interview yesterday, as a more real- The inclus
istiC solution to the Palestine prob- sacred to J
lem than either England's plan to one-third of
split Palestine into three parts, or Aviv, in the
maintenance of the status quo, with Dr. Heller's
its attendent riots, slackening of pro- Creation
ductive activity and of Jewish im- scopic Jpwis
migraion.lions of Pei
The restricted immigration plan refuge in t
was proposed by Lord Herbert Sam-
uels and Dr. Judas Magnes seeking no guarante
for better understanding between respond to
Jews and Arabs in the Holy Land. extremists, L
Dr. Magnes is even willing to limit
he figure to 30,000 to secure Arab b A7
good will and cooperation. ~ IcV
The proposed partition allots 24
per cent of the Holy Land's terri- f I
tory to the Jews, 64 per cent to the
Arabs and nine per cent to the Brit-!,
ish, who have held the area as a
mandate from the Jews since 1920.
"Jewish enterprise, which has in (Coni
the past converted wastelands into -
productive farms and orange groves," a memberc
Dr. Heller said, "will be confined by years.
the English plan to 24,000 square yFoster Fitz
miles, thereby restricting further re- in Atlanta,C
clamation and development by the there, was a
Jews." ming and f
The British Commission proposes University.
that many Arab peasants, who now.of North Car
occupy land that will become part he was grad
of the Jewish State, sell their landthecoany
to Jews and resettle in the Arab Itheory train
State. Shawn who
"The shrewd trading ability of the Hill, N.C.
Arabs, as exemplified by the fabulous ---
prices they have received from Jews
for relatively worthless land, makes
this proposition disadvantageous for
the Jews," he went on to say. The
plan further stipulates that the Jew-

sion of Jerusalem, a city
ews, and approximately
the all-Jewish city, Tel
British sector also drew
disapproval.
of the proposed "micro-
h State," cuts off mil-
ersecuted Jews from a
he Holy Land and gives
e that the Arabs will not
the appeals of national
Dr. Heller said.
rn Group
:omposed
Collegiates
tinued from Page 1)
of the group for three
z-Simons, who was born
Ga., and went to school
a member of the swim-
encing teams at Emory
Later, at the University
,rolina he was active with
Playmakers there. When
uated in 1934, he joined
, having been given prep-
ning by a former pupil of
was teaching in Chapel
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Whitehall Recounts Experiences'
In Directing Hampstead Players
Uses Old French Source were. Nevertheless he has seen fit I
to write in additional directions. At
To Paraphrase Comedy sub-plot and lyrics have also beent
Into Elizebethan Type added.
_______The complete cast will be an-
A strange and enthralling tale of nounced as soon as it is assembled,
the difficulty and delight he exper..Mr. Whitehall said.I
ienced in preparing the first produc-
tion of the Hampstead Players this " '
season was recounted yesterday by Librarywns '
Harold Whitehall of the English de-
W Tale OfStrife
With an old French original for Of
his source, Mr. Whitehall has para-
phrased the first published comedyln
in Western European literature into
a species of Elizabethan comedy en-
titled "The Fortunate Adventure of One of the few'copies of Col. J. R.
Master Peter Pathelin." M. Taylor's history of the Philippine
Truman Smith, Grad., will direct insurrection, written by an officer who
the production, which is scheduled knew the situation and had first-
for presentation Nov. 17 and 18 at hand access to the facts, is contained
ftorhresy enionsso.h7 tha 1 in the Dean C. Worcester Filipiana
the Lydia Mendelssohn theatre. Collection in the General Library, ac-
French theatrical tradition traces cording to an article in the Michigan
the first showing of the play to 1464. Alumnus.
It has had a long career on the The collection, which was original-
French stage and still forms an in- ly assembled by the late Dr. Worces-
tegral part of the repetoire of every ter, who left the University zoological
stock company in the country. The teaching staff to take up a career
play is funny in situation and plot, as a member of the Philippine Com-,
but its chief appeal lies in its subtlety mission and later as Secretary of the
of characterization and dialogue. Interior of the Islands, contains
Mr. Whitehall has practically re- much of Dr. Worcester's official and
written the play in the hope that he personal correspondence.
would thus be able to get it across The J. R. M. Taylor historical re-
to a modern audience in terms of port was suppressed by the Secre-
which they would approve. tary of War at the time of its com-
Treatment of scenery and cos- pletion, and by reason of its nature
tumes has been influenced by the is not as yet available to the general
woodcuts in one of the first published reader, according to the article.
editions of the play which is reputed Dr. Worcester presented the nuc-
to date to 1489. French dialects have leus of the collection in 1914, and
been paraphrased into English dia- added to it from time to time before
lects-Scotch, Sometshire, East York- his death in 1924. Many purchases
shire and imitation Welsh. and gifts from other persons, have en-
In its original form the play con- larged it and made it one of the im-
taied only one stage direction-one portant collections of Filipiana in
of the characters was directed to this country, the article concluded.4
count the fingers on his hand. Mr.----
Whitehall is confident that his thes- Osterbaan Tal
pians are just as capable of carrying T
their parts without directions from AiAl
the author as the medieval actors
Dormitory .Rallies
Dr. Olson To Attend D
Coach Benny Oosterbaan will
Study Of 'Quints speak three times tonight in Chicago
at meetings of various districts of
Dr. Willard C. Olson, director of the Chicago Alumni Association in
the University elementary school, will support of its $75,000 drive for funds
leave tonight for Toronto to partici- to erect a Chicago Alumni Dormitory
pate in a conference to discuss the at the University.
growth and development of the A rally of combined class, com-
Dionne quintuplets. munity and special gifts'committees
The meeting, called by the Interna- of the Association will be held at
tional Research Conference on the 12:30 p.m. at which Coach Ooster-
Quintuplets, is being held at the baan will explain the dormitory sit-
University of Toronto with the co- uation as it now exists in the Univer-
operation of Dr. Allen Roy Dafoe sity.
and the St. George's School for Child The Evanston group of the Asso-
Study. ciation will hold a smoker at 7:30
In addition to speeches, discussions, p.m. to start their part of the drive.
and a banquet at which Dr. Dafoe will The Oak Park Alumni are to hear
present the newest movies of the Coach Oosterbaan speak on dormi-
quints, the group will make a special tories at 8:30 p.m. This talk will be
trip to Callendar, Ontario, to view the followed by motion pictures of Mich-
children. igan games and an informal foot-
iball bull-session.
WANTS FOOD; GETS JAIL bl bl- o .

Edwards Names Officers
For Barrister Society
Douglas L. Edwards, '38L, chan-
cellor of the Barristers, senior hon-
orary law society, announced yes-
terday the other officers chosen by
the group.
Brachley Shaw, '38L, has been
elected vice-chancellor, James Kil-
bourne, '38L, master of rules, Ben
Dewey, '38L, chancellor of the ex-
chequor and Julian Gregory, '38L,
baillif.

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