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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

SATURDAY, NOV. 13, 1937

These Chinese Soldiers Will Not Do Any More Fighting

fI NFW IN RRIEF I

By Scond Strike

DETROIT, Nov. 12. - ) - The
Hudson Motor Co. closed its doors
again today and approximately 11,-
Rio De Janeiro battling disease depends largely on} 000 employes were idle for the sec-
an aroused public opinion. ond time this week.
Dissolution of Brazil's fascist party --The dispute was attributed to a
yesterday by President Getulo Var- TRAIN KILLS MAN dispute between the United Automo-
gas was interpreted as a reply to ac- BEULAH, Mich., Nov. 12. -- bile Workers Union and the manage-
cusations that his new corporative ,-I ment. Union workers in the final
constitution had made Brazil a fas- j Wellington Wiedolft, 31, of Traverse assembly lines protested what they
cist state. City, was killed late today when an called a violation of seniority rights.
In a manifesto to greenshirted fol- Ann Arbor Railroad passenger train UAW officials sac they thought
lowers of the Integralist Action party, struck his truck four miles west of the .dispute would be settled in time
Plinio Salgada said, the party's sec- here. to allow reopening of the plant
tion on civics, morals and physical -
education would be preserved. He
added that the new constitution made
political parties unnecessary.
Michigan FORMAL HEADWEAR

Many of the Chinese soldiers sl
were little more than boys.
First, in a plan, one must find out
about the people involved. The im-
portant question here is whether the
dependence is temporary or long-
time

F Iord 1rick, president of the Na-
", , , . 1 ial Baseball League, said in a
- :: .peech at Flint yesterday that the
ability of Americans to forget every-
thing else to read the latest baseball
>::vy..:*. j and football news contributed to the
United States Government's stability
:during world upheavals.
hown here after their car ure by Japanese troops were barefooted. Several Speaking before the Flint Indus-
trial Executive's Club, Frick declared,
"It is a lot better for our boys to be
throwing baseballs than bombs.
ALUMNAE HOUSE RECEPTION PASS BAR EXAMS T w:
Alumnae House is holding its an- Two Ann Arbor gracuates of thei Dr. Allen J. McLaughlin of the de-
nual formal faculty reception from Law School were among the appli- partment of Hygiene and Public
cants to the Michigan bar who suc- Health of the University told the
8 to 11 p.m. today. Dean Alice Lloyd' lly passed the examination. Michi
cessull pased he xamnatin. ichgan Public Health Conference

Worsn with the Dinner Gowni, made of black or gold
SEQUINS and VEILS
Rhinestone Caps for Formals
Close-fitting hats for the large fur colla, mostly black
AN SR -ICHARDSAO N
3Q9 South State Street -- At the Dillon Shop

scious ed cation has became threefold Second, one must consider the cost. Mrs. L. B. Sapington of Birming-
more important." In a city budget, social services com- ham, president of the board of di-;
In his second speech yesterday ' pete with alternative services. rectors of Alumnae House, Mrs. El-,
given at 8 p.m. in Hill Auditorium, Third, one must consider the re- lery D. Preston, house director, and
Dr. Kilpatrick said, "culture is com- lationship of community planning Elizabeth French, house president,
municable intelligence. It is the pro- and prevention of the causes of un form the receiving line.
vince of the individual to create and employment. The steps in social ser-
accumulate the requisite intelligence vice are investigation of the depen-
to aln with our social-economic dents, security for the dependents,*
situation. treatment or rehabilitation and the { -E ~
Since technological innovations correlation of social services with
have introduced social changes, Dr other community services.
Kilpatrick said, the old system of life NOTICES
and thought is called into question,I
nhestinruce ioffer ANNOUNCING return to Ann Arbor.
bettr oderand reaer nteligece.Mrs. Norma Selbert, B.S., M.A., reg-{
better order and greater ielligence. The future of rural communities istered nurse. formerly with Ann.
"Intelligence,"' he said, "is socially depends upon the strength and qual- Arbor public schools. Available for
built through cultural accumulation. ity of the feeling of cooperation de- private duty nursing, lecturing and
It is specific. To learn a great deal veloped in the community, according consultations. Call Nursing Bureau,
with social change we must study to Dr. C R. Hoffer, professor of so- 6515. 190
social change itself and while the ciology at Michigan State College. T
change is in process if possible. Our his talk, Professor Hoffer brief-aru ad
civilization is doomed to, ignorant ly summarized the past and present sley St. Phone 8344. 106
blunders or perhaps to angry violence condition of the rural areas and .
unless we provide for wide-spread and dwelled on the farmer's prospects for EXPERT radio service by U. of M.j
popular study of social changes. the future. In his opinion, the future student. College Radio Service. 522
Social intelligence is the only wea- of the rural community "depends on Packard. Call 6049. 155
pon adequate to deal with our com- the faith one has in rural people to WANTED
plex and rapidly changing society achieve reasonable and desirable lWANTED
and our schools and universities must goals."
accet maor rsponibilty fr ef goas."1 DRESSMAKING : Alteration and1
accept major responsibility for e- Dr. Hoffer explained the various repairing. Expert alteration of knit
fecting this intelligence. "When this ways in which the farmer can effect wear. Mrs. C. Walling, 118 E. Cath-
happens schools will be the danger- notable progress in the future: utili- erine. Call 4726. 133
oils outposts of a humane civiliza- zation of science, control of markets,
tion," he 'concluded, "but they will furthering of cooperative projects, TYPING, neatly and accurately done.
also begin to be supremely interest- modernization and development of Mrs. Howard, 613 Hill St. Phone'
ing places. And not only interesting libraries, schools, and medical aid. It 5244. 3x
but extremely important. This is how is only through these mediums, he I
the school can be a force for social said, that the farmer can hope to CLOTHING WANTED TO BUY: Any
improvement."' stabilize his position in society. old and new suits, overcoats, at $3,
Haber warner 'A T
Planning is fashionable now, said Speaking at the morning session TA RT I
Prof William Haber of the economics yesterday, Lloyd Warner, professor of
department. Since 1930 we have been anthropology at the University of
guilty of "panic-planning"; every Chicago stated that there is a funda-
authority had a plan. Obviously there mental structure on which society is
are disadvantages in hit-or-miss molded and that this pattern is creat-
methods, for example, in city-plan- ed by the economic behavior which
ning. But this is a bad time to begin dominates the American community.
planning, and social planning is al- Referring to his book "Yankee
ways difficult. City" which is a survey in the Eas,
First, lie said, one must decide on similar to the Lynd study of "Mid-
the objectives, in such matters as detown," Professor Warner finds
community health, housing, planning that class lines are manifesting them-
of leisure time, education, and wel- selves more and more. Especially is
fare. this true in the south, he said, where
The social service ° problem has class lines are marked by race and
been important since 1920, because where the inflexibility of the class
before that date only the unemploy- system has created in reality a caste
ables needed social service, but now system. This, Professor Warner de-
most persons need social service for scribed as a situation in which sociall'
social and industrial reasons, not per- fluidity is retarded, where position
sonal. This situation is not a tempor- depends on birth and where inequali-
ary one. ties have come to be accepted.
.._ ___.

C. Garritt Bunting, son of Dead yesterday in Lansing that success in
and Mrs. Russell W. Bunting of 916 --
Church Place, and Herman Bloom,
son of Mr. and Mrs. H. Bloom of 806
OAkwoord Piace wpvwiernitted tr fho

bar.
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$8, $25. Ladies fur coats, typewrit-
ers, old gold and musical instru-
mnents. Ready cash waiting for you.j
Phone Sam. 6304. 2x
LAUNDRY
EXPERIENCED laundress doing stu-
dent laundry. Will call for and de-
liver. 4863. 162
LAUNDRY. 2-1044. Sox darned.
Careful work at low prices.
LOST AND FOUND
NEW King brass-plated cornet in1
black case and Conn silver-plated
trumpet in brown case, No. 118.
Reward. Phone 6056. 178
FOR SALE
NEW RETINA kodak, filters, tripod,
etc. by discount-need cash. Call
2-1536. Toyoka Nagashina. 170
FOR RENT
ROOMS for men. Shower bath, steam
heat. Phone 8544. 422 East Wash-
ington. 177

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