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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

Four-Day Exhibit -- Mead To Diseus -
OfIJapanese Prints Engheering Ethics
Begins T omorrow(
"doing as the Romans do" insofar as
An \bexhibtion of Japanese prints, questionable engineering practices arc
sponsored by the International Cen- concerned, Dr. Mead impressed upon
ter, wil be held in the West Gallery meadenetattegra ajrt
of the Graduate School from tomor- ofe audience that the great majority
row until Friday, Dec. 16, Prof. J. estyngineers carry on their work hn-
Raleigh Nelson, Director of the Cen- Discussing problems met upon
tMr l annnunedpri t ria~v I

National Economic Commission
Tio Wield Only Advisory Powers

DAILY OFFICIAL
BULLETIN

German Group
Forms Chorus

COunilPs Main Function
Will Be Consideration
Of National Problems
{Edit( r' Note: This is te fourth in
a series Cf articles dealing with the pro-
posalt, form a National Economic
Council to invesigat and make sug-
gestion for Ions-range planning of our
natico. ecoun;nv. I

1, Yl1Ulu yes eru ay.
The prints are a collection owned
y the family of Toyoko Nagashima,
rad., Japanese representative on the
iternational Council. This collec-
on, according to Professor Nelson,
small and carefully selected, rep-
senting the best examples of their

graduation, he cautioned against the
evil of "joining"horganizations pro-
Smiscuously for the business good itl
jwlldo.Moeovrhe ad nraiy

the business won in such a way is y JACK SULLIVAN
not only harmful but distinctly limit- Reg.r, ing the powers of the pro-
ed' posed :4ational Economic Council,
"The engineer with ambition who the Sen te Committee has clearly in-
desires to be on the square can have dicated hat it should be a purely ad-
an amazing effect on his life," Dr. visory bidy. It was felt that manda-
Mead declared. "It is those who drift tory pov ers would be unconstitutional
who are helpless." if legislative or excutive, and unde-
A luncheon introducing the engin- sirable -r regulatory as possessed by
eering faculty to Dr. Mead was held indepenent commissions such as the
yesterday noon at the Union. Intersta e Commerce Commission.
On t; other hqnd it is bliPv d

in detail but would give its attention (Continued froi Page 4)
to the large aspects of the problem, Meeting of the Chinese Student Club
Imaking use of the facts gathered by at the Center.
their various research organizations. Sunday Dec. 11 Six o'clock Sup-
In serving as a pool for existing re- per.
search organizations it would avoid Seven o'clock. International Coun-
duplication of work, and would mobil- cil's Christmas program.
ive the information into an integrated
whole on which some judgment could Ann Arbor Independent Women'
be based. will have a social meeting Thursday,
The Council would also perform the Dec. 8, at 4 p.m. This is a get-ac-
important function of determining quainted meeting, but all those who
what research is needed and be em- plan to attend the tea-dance will
powered to make appropriations to have plenty of time to do so. Stop
research agencies to carry out the in- in the Kalamazoo Room on the way
vestigation. to the dance.
Finally, the Council would have the
power to appoint special commissions Postponed: The Music Section of
such as the British Royal Commis- the Faculty Women's Club will meet
sion to conduct a study of particular Tuesday, Dec. 13. instead of Dec. 6.
problems. Such a commission would Ts.. d D
be non-political and would command;
the respect tBowling Tournament. All women in-
th iepetof ..the nation, the Coin- teese in entering the mixed and.
mittee believes. Its report would be gent nmthh
used by the Council as a basis for singles bowling tournament which be-
giss Ct nsa. 3, sin up in Barbour Gym-
proposals to Congress for legislationgsJn. , sgnu i BrouGm

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Ann Arbor Artists Hold that the Council should have the po
er to is ;ue subpoenas, if necessar
Exhibit In Alumni Hall in the pursuit of its studies of t
economit system.
Student and non-University artists The primary function of the Cou
of Ann Arbor have contributed to the cil. as contemplated by the Sena
Ann Arbor Artists' Mart now being Committee, is to "judge the relati
presented in Alumni Memorial Hall. importance of national problems, e
The exhibit contains paintings in pecially in the light of developi
both oil and water color, prints, cer- trends, and to better pick out t
amics, tooled leather, screens and key points in the national situatic
hooked rugs. All objects on display and we think it should be free to co
are for sale. Some of the artists repre- centrate on these points." The Cou
sented are Jean Paul Slusser, Mrs. cil itself would not make the stu
M argaret Bradfield, Donald Gooch, - .S aw a d Jo a h nal r
W. B. Shaw and Jonathan Taylor. I
The mart will be open from 1:30 to ASU Laor Group Meet:
5:30 p.m. and from 7 p.m. to 10 p.rai.
5 : 0_ _ _ __f r m _ _ _ mt_1__ _ _ T h e l ab o r c o m m itt e e o f th e A m e r .
can Student Union will meet at
Goodfellow Drive p.m. today at the Union to discu
WA ssist ',T I Imethods of investigating studer
win .Ny working conditions and alleviatir
- I labor problems. All interested in t
(Continuer from Page 1) problem are invited to attend.
spent every Christmas in the hospital.
He was discharged last year just be-
fore the holidays, and his father, a
WPA worker, was unable to give him
the kind of Christmas he was looking W
forward to. The Welfare Bureau,
with the aid of Goodfellow money,
was able to provide a Christmas tree
with all the trimmings which led to
a gay holiday. Thus Jimmie, instead +
of being disappointed in his first
family Christmas, was made extreme-
ly happy.
This winter promises to reveal
many similar cases, Mrs. Breevort
said, cases that can be helped ma-
terially with Goodfellow funds. Con-
tributors can be assured that their
money will be serving a useful end
long after the annual Christmas
give-fervor has subsided.
tt
Elirectory_
sand dinner. $5 per week. Jeffrey'sT r t storyof
914 Hill St. 226sy
whom a whole new lif
TRANSPORTATION evening in June wh
stranger tied his horse
WANTED-Ride to Cnicago Friday,5hr ateds ors
Dec. 16. Share expenses. Call Earl her father's log cabi
Gilman at 4493 after 10 p.m. 231 one day, Wayne Lockw
- rof his love for son
CAR WANTED-To buy or hire for
Xmas Vacation. Must be cheap and Suzanne reaihzed what
in good condition. Call 5491. Norm The main thing was,
227 know how you feel, no
one know...A tender

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C )eutseler Verein Invites
Interested To Join
The Deutscher Verein has recently
organized a mixed chorus, Dr. Otto
Graf of the German department, an-
nounced yesterday. The group, con-
sisting of 25 voices, is learning a num-
ber of choice German folksongs, ma-
drigals, 16th and 17th century sacred
and secular music.
The purpose of the group is to com-
bine the learning of German songs
and practice in the use of the Ger-
man tongue, Dr. Gmaf explained. The
group is now practicing several
Christmas songs which will be pre-
sented at the Christmas celebration
to be held by the Verein on Dec. 14.
Any student in the German de-
partment or on campus who has an
interest in singing is welcome to join
and may do so by communicating
with Dr. Graf at his office 300 S.W.
St-(ents Arrested
For Street Football
Four students charged with play-
ing football in the street last Thurs-
day have been ordered to pay court
costs amounting to $18.20 by Justice
Harry W. Reading, it was revealed
yesterday.
Accused of violating a city ordin-
ance of which they claim to have had
no knowledge, the students, Clayton
Roshirt, '40, William Beasley, '40,
John Austin, Jr., Spec., and Jack
Probst, '39E, were 'excused by Judge
Reading from paying the customary
fine of five dollars.
They were arrested by police at the
corner of Thompson and Madison
Sts.

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Educators To Attend
MeetingInLansing
Five Ann Arbor education leaders
will attend the annual meeting of
the Association of Secondary School
Principals, to be held Thursday and
Friday at the Hotel Olds in Lansing.
Those who have already made defi-
nite plans to go include Dr. Paul H.
Jordan, of the Child Guidance Clin-
ic; Fred G. Walcott of the University
High School; Dr. H. C. Koch of the
education school; L. E. Vredevoogd of1
the Tappan School; and John M.!
Trytten, acting principal of the
University High School. The theme
of the meeting will be "Educating
for Social Competency."

Building immediately.
Pride And Prejudice: Tickets mayl
now be purchased for this charming
play by calling at the Mendelssohn
box office. Phone 6300. Three per-
formances Thursday, Friday and Sat-
urday at 8:30 p.m.
Prof. Walton To Speaky
Prof. Ivan H. Walton of the en-
gineering English department will dis-
cuss "Literature of the Great Lakes"
at 3 p.m. today over radio station
WJR from the Morris Hall studios
of the University Broadcasting Ser-
vice.

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