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January 15, 1938 - Image 2

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SATtT~DXY, JAN. 1~ 1~ S

Labor H1s4RighttTo Adhequate
Security Payments, Haber Says
PrSEntl Ecoomiiie set-Up liaid. From t he general nature of
M ak es Unemployment rresent law places too much emphasis
IflevitAI)e N.lte Be g ,ve oz- the principle of equity and fails
Wo.strtess the ideal of adequacy." k
(Continued from Page 1) Fa-iluire of the Act to stipulate per-
__ ;- -oruiel qualifications for administrat-
tivity of labor heightened by growing ing the act. Professor Haber called
technical efficiency. the greatest dlanger to the whole sys-
In otliing he resn~ scia L i. "Control by political spoilsmren
In utinng heprsen scil em- una ware. or not particularly con-_
curity set-up, Professor Haberem corned about. the objectives of the
phasized that we must outgrow the act---protection for the worker-will
contemipt which envelops the mani surely destroy it," he said.
who receives federal aid. "Such bene- Przofessox Ha ,ber reiterated that
,fis, h declared,. "are his by right; mamny group~ts ale engaged in destroy-
iecerta inly sthe nt.ividu it lalrelarrcd by una ingd llfidnc( n(. the act, which die-
empoymnt.Yetsocety whch e- pite its .faults, hie believes, repro- p
wardsto mn Y cess, (nd ctwhch es - c nts a Ibognning. "T'he choice to-4
qursat least a job) , brands the in- day," he stated, "is nrot hcktwcen the
qies ~ Social Security Act and some fond
ntcent victim..guilty of a mRoral sin.I Utopia; it is a choice between the
The Social security Act wsalone resn , n ahaadrle"

IParis Strikers Agree To A rbit rat iont

letter toy he p11tiblsld monthIIly, as a
II XV~NWI~WA gncr d.i-a le, br1te 1p1n -pose OI' mak-
flAT Y -ur iiF L il. ult\..ofi( w~ly il)1
tn nwi oth aut motn
_ E1., ~item xS of news wlih explanlationsl; t
I tI._ lan nounce the actiLons of thIRl cnIs
i l~jand to ser rve as . mans " of direct,
t ; ~~commaunication betwnt he ilI 1cPre.;i-
SATIA&r , A , J Nt. I i 1 18; dent, and other ad ominlistrative of-
. VOL. XIII. H. No. 81 i ficers, and memirbers of the faculty.
To Members of the Faculty, Staffj Also, subject to the approval of thej
and Student Body: Attention of Regents, the Council elected Professor
evroeij'ie oteLs n C. 0. Wisher, Financial Secretary of
everoneis alld t th Lat ad the Michigan Union, for an indefinite
Found department in the Business of-I period.
fTice, Room. 1, University HLall. In--__
quiry concerning lost articles should Late permission for Snow T1ra;ini
be made promptly at the above men- Ti a escrdfo os
tioned office. Articles found on the Tripdmayebe secu ed fom louse
campus and in University buildings hed.DaAieLod
should be turned over immediately. Notice to Me Studenits: All men
Those articles not called for within su et ,lvl, n a p o e o m
60 days will be surrendered to the st; elslvn i prve.om
hinde. 'Sirle W. mith !rmovig too diflecrenat quart ers for thel
s Econd (semesi'ter sh:11uld0 give n~otice inl;
Va rping to' <etestriais: The'avoidl- wr-itiiw tofthe Deafl of Studrents be-
aice by nlarrow nlargins of several fore 12 o'clock. noon of Saturday,
(Cont inued on Page 4)
(:iOu>; acci'dcuxt 5t O persons silig _____1___
drivew ays ,ls sidt-,v-lks prompts t his'
issue of an un-gent w arning to studentj GRAM AGAIN HEADS BANK
and ofthers not. to walk in the drive-! Prof. L. M. Gram of the civil en-
Iways or in parking- places. It is at all gineering department was reelected
t iles especially dlangerous to cr-oss president of the Ann Arbor Trust Co.,
the paxking? space on foot and this yesterday.
?aroaldt tctbe dorne exceptb1,y 'those for -
whomn it, is nicecss-ary to( reach their
ow n cKars. Orn seve~rlal ccasions pe-
destrians have ec,,aped by thle nar-
rowest, chance being hit by drivers
backiang out, froni a par-king stall. A
mioment, or two saved by walkin-
"cro5-s-]ots' is comparatively of small
It is repealted that, all personis are!
urged aind warned not to wvalk unnec-
sarily in parking spaces or driveways.I
To The Members of the University
ISenate: At the meeting of the Univer-
s ity Council on Jan. 10, approval was
given to the establishment of a news



6.00 Ty Ti.:t-
(i :15 1illll' Mt-'
6 :4f- Reliion in mtA N(,w,;.
7 :;0- Kaltei('nnlycts inderga rten.
7 :30--Newscast.
7:415-Sport Revi( xv.
8:00-Believe it Or Not.
8 :30-Jack Flaley
9:00--Dance Muszic -
9 :30-Stpecial Delivery.
10:00--N13C Symphony Orclh.,
11:30-Dance Music!.
12 :00-Dance Music.


; qtt I I;;P i 1?t'.1Irw.
(;ii _1 l Mai-k W lt~' (r r
6:30 Lo.4t NMoneijf
7:00 - Message of I~,a1
7 :30- fown Talk.
7 :45-Satndiotters.
8 :00--Harry Lewis QCr( h.
8 :30-Larry Funk 0O-elc h
8:45-Victor Arden.
9:00-National Barn Dancm.
10:00--NBC Symiphony Oreli.
11 :30-Jimmy Dorsey Orch.
12 :00-Graystone.
12 :30--Paul Whiteman Orchi.

Mvots ?,, fm is strikes-,eiided -with Plremaier Chauteinp 'determined
ediots. to a eiute French labor troubles andt find a "code for tiogial
peaace." Strvikers at tlhe Go(odrich ru-bber ulant in Paris, where a wcman
i seen mreeitg Iher husband. arc reported willing to accept voluntary

iiilc? aute tuu Unems~wrinen winlt sae cr. . -'.',, , we~e x.
LAUNDRY FOR RENT [llvryHg cols,~c
LAUNDRY. 2-1044. Soyx darned. JIQ1. 10t share with a fine student. U may be ;seen !ate eakch afternoon
Careful work at low prices. Smxall (lonet hon ,'e. Shower. Phone l)g dowel the hills of the Arboret

1 't\ 1'4) jENEW" /d N l"OREIG N GROUP
i Tlhe foreign students will be the
guesI tt:sts of the Wesleyan Guild at Stal-
e~r Hall at G p.m. Sunday. This Will,
Jcnts take the place of the usual Sunday
ski- eveninlg supper of the International
trim) - _ _.

This recently or-ganized class in ski-
ing represents something new f or
high school athletic programs in this
part of the c'ountry.
There is no for-mal eni-olhnent in
the class, which is opena to students in
all grades.
-The skiers ariec under the super-
vision of Charles Van Houten, in-
structor- in athletics. lie cuts the
tr-ails for- the (,,lass and instrucits
them in the fundamentals of t he
This new exti-a-curric ul ,r activity
is inl accor-danice with the high;' school'si
olicy of having the pihyrwi1c dtica-
tion. programn develop ec-ational in-
ter-ests. Winter sports are a full-
damental par-t of the athletic pr--
grams of many eastern schools, ac-
cording to Mr. Vani Houton.
________At All D)ealers~
J. J. 0'KANE, Dist. Dial 3500



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D-. Berna1'rd IHeller-, Direc tor.
3:30 R.M. Meeting of Palestine
1 :; t ( eiI liflel Foundation.


409 6 ou 1 h l.i riio!-) f3treet,
a tui t s Tit o 'ning Iervices at 10:39 ai. u-A
day'-shool at 11:15 a.
Fivce i{_hlic readily rooms at 206 East Lib-
('ornet ' ate tt1ld UH11ro1- tyet.
l7~-v. ilaroldil". Marley, Minister.
6 1)1 .M . ( 'at digli1. Servi'e--- Pi-oud
i 3rif'l11 1 , to liymuarket,'" by /tv. Mr
let'rad; u ;by Edward .itrjs;t a'id
Nortuumn Rotsten ; Cello solo by Gratiaa
':0PM.l i P[et Suppet.
13:)00 P.V . Runtd Table discussion led by
Prof. Lowell Car-r on "The Public Mind
and the Counrts.''
9.00 P.M. Social hou-r Radio prog-ani.
filr~ i t i'-. iI I j;d ir t'' ivtiE, 321'I uutll
I ".- V Ii 't I ,r, v t - 1 . } M ti Et'

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