rrHE MICHIGAN DAILY
DAILY OFFICIAL BULLETIN
Publication in the Bulletin is constructive notice to all members of the
University. Copy received at the office of the Assistant to the President
until 3,30; 11:00 a.m. on Saturday.
WEDNESDAY, OCT. 19, 1938
VOL. XLIX. No. 21
Senate Reception: The members of
the faculties and their wives are cor-
dially invited to be present at a re-
ception by the President and the
Senate of the University in honor of
the new members of the faculties to
be held on Wednesday evening, Oct.
26, from 8:30 p.m. until 12 o'clock in
the ballroom of the Michigan Union.
The reception will take place between
8:30 and 10, after which there will
be an opportunity for dancing. No in-
dividual invitations will be sent out.
Sorority Presidents: Please call at
the Offlice of the Dean of Women as
soon as possible for pledge cards
Which are to be made out for Pan-
Hellenic and the Dean of Womei's
Choral Ulnion Ushers: The following
men report a Hill Auditorur Thurs-
day, Oct. 20, 4:30-5:30, for First Bal-
Young, John G.
Young, Robert S.
Cercle Francais: Students interest-
ed in becoming members, please see
Mr. Koella, Room 200, Romance Lan-
guage Building, Monday, Tuesday, or
Wednesday from 4 to 5:15. Only stu-
dents with at least five University
Semesters of French, including one
semester in Oral French, or the
equivalent, will be considered.
Choral Union Concert Tickets. Al
limited number of season tickets and
tickets for individual concerts are
still available at the office of the
School of Music on Maynard St. Ten
concerts will be given in the series,
including recitals by Lawrence Tib-
bett, Kirsten Flagstad, Josef Hofman,
Jose Iturbi, Yehudi Menuhin, Gregor
Piatigorsky, and performances by the
C Boston Symphony Orchestra, the
I Cleveland Symphony, the Budapest
University Chorus, and the Roth
String Quartet. Season tickets con-
tain coupons to the value of $3 when
exchanged for season tickets for the
May Festival later in the season.
Oratorical Association Lecture
Course: Tickets may now be secured
at the Hill auditorium box office.
There are still good seats available.
The box office hours are 10-12 and
1:30 to 4 daily.
Petitioning for Chairmanships and
membership of committees for the
Assembly Banquet will be held Mon-
day, Tuesday, and Wednesday in the
League Undergraduate Office. Every-
one must bring their eligibility cards.
[nterviewing for the Chairmanship
jobs will be held on Wednesday and
Thursday form 3:30 to 5:30.
English 32, Section 2, will not meet
on Wednesday morning. K. T. Rowe.
Make-up Final Examinations in Ec-
onomics 54, 121s, and 135s will be
held on Friday, Oct. 21, at 3 p.m. in
Room 207 Economics Building.
Psychology 34 Makeup Examination
Campus Shows Agreementt
In Desire For Labor Peace
By JUNE HARRIS suggestion that a governmental com-
Although five different points of mission be established to find out the
view were expressed when five prom- facts of the dispute, I believe it is a
inent students were interviewed about good idea. We have to know what is
the American labor problem, there wrong before we can suggest reme-
was general agreement that peace be- dies."
tween the American Federation of "I believe a compromise between
Labor and the Committee for Indus- the CIO and the AFL should be
trial Organization was a necessity. effected," stated Jane Nussbaum, '40,
"The two factions in the labor a member of the "Gargoyle" staff.
movement should certainly be re- "This split is disrupting our whole
conciled," stated Thomas Adams, '40, economic order and is not benefit-
president of the Student Senate. The ing the workers. I do not blame
AFL was admittedly neglectful in not either the CIO or the AFL but am-
providing for the organization of
the mass industries," he stated. "Al-
though I do not favor the tactics of
the CIO, or the personal ambitions
of John L. Lewis, I believe that the
industrial union is inevitable. The ENDS TONIGHT
present split has degenerated to a .
fight between personalities, but labor R GA/AG
should be able to settle its own dif-
"Unity in the labor movement is
indeed possible," declared Robert
Emerine, '39, acting president of the
Progressive Club, "but it is only pos-
sible if the reactionary leadership of
the AFL is forced to give way to
the wishes of the rank and file. In
the convention it was obvious that
the hostility of a few AFL officials to-
ward the CIO and industrial union- 4'
ism was not shared by the general 41
membership. Any peace which labor
effects will hold no premise unless
the militancy and the method of the
vertical union which has marked the 1(/,9' Ck fy4 ,:
CIO's march to power is retained as ::::?koft'4Ikf. C
a fundamental principle."
"Unity is possible under David Du-boH"e
binsky or Sidney Hillman," was the
opinion of Earl Luby, '39, Hopwood
winner in 1937, "but not under either Also
Lewis or Green. Both these men look MICH. - MINN. Football Shots
at the differences personally and fail
to realize the the labor movement it- JITTER BUG
self is the big issue. Lewis' recent
proposal to resign from leadership if CONTEST
Green did likewise, is worthy of con- Midnight Show Friday-All Seats
sideration. As for Heywood Broun's Reserved at 40c.
will be held on Saturday, October 22, pizeScreeShow
at 9:30 A. M. in Room 2125 Natural
Science Building. Contestants register Now
bitious agitators on both sides. I
think we should adopt the Australian
labor plan where labor is controlled
by a governmental board composed
of both employers and employees."
Brice, Houston A.
Erickson, E. T.
Foley, George P.
Green, Louis A.
Green, Morris N.
Jesurun, Harold M.
Knight, William Donald
Kraus, Laurence G.
Laing, Gordon B.
McCarmey, Robert K.
Mintz, Sam A.
Morris, John C.
0lk, Joseph C.
Riches, Wesley W.
Robertson, Daniel J.
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Psychology 42 Makeup Examinationt
will be held on Saturday, October 22,t
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Seeger, Nelson V.
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Choral Union Ticket Takers: The
following men report at Hill Audi-.
torium Thursday, Oct. 20, 4:30-5:30,
for ticket taking assignments:
Bennett, J. D.
Burke, Robert E.
Dunkirk, George L.
Fielding, Henry, Jr.
Galson, Walter L.
Gilbert, James E.
Grace, James W.
Graf, Kenneth L.
Graham, Joseph D.
Lomneth, C. R.
Smith, Harwood W.
Stiles, John R.
Stockard, Wilmer J.
Wallace, Henry William
Yoder, Keith A.
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To be followed by:;
AIUuR RODZINSKI, cnulClor
JOSE ITURBI Piaisl
KIRSTEN FLAGSTAD Soprano
BOSTON SYMPHONY ORCHESTRA
SERGE KOUSSEVITZKY, CoIIdJIwor
JOSEF HOFMANN. ............ Pianist
BUDAPEST UNIVERSITY CHORUS,
VIKTOR VASZY, Coduc/or
GREGOR PIATIGORSKY ,.....Violoncellist
New York City.
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