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HiE TI HtIGAN DAILY

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Haber Helps
Orgfanize New
LaborGroup
Committee Advances
Research as Purpose
Along with labor economists
from fourteen other educational
institutions Prof. William Haber
of the economics department at-
tended a recent conference of an
organizing committee to form a
professional organization for la-
bor research.
Set Forth Purposes
The committee, under the chair-
manship of Prof. William Mc-
Pherson of the Institute for In-
dustrial Relations, University of
Illinois, formed the Labor Re-
search Association.
The organization set forth as its
purposes: To encourage research
in all aspects of labor including
labor relations, personal rela-
tions, social security, labor legis-
lation and employers and workers
organizations; to disseminate re-
sults of significant research; pro-
mote full discussion and exchange
of ideas for the planning and
conduct of research; and to im-
prove materials and methods of
instruction in the field of labor.
Real Advantages
Although many of the members
are active in the American Eco-
nomic Association, it was felt that
real advantages could be had
from the association of research
workers and teachers particularly
interested in the problems of la-
bor.
The Association will take no
partisan attitude on labor policy,
nor will it commit its members to
any viewpoint.
Plans for the publication of a
quarterly professional joui'nal
were made.
Vets Notes
More than 117,000 World War II
veterans in Michigan, Ohio and
Kentucky have reinstated lapsed
G.I. insurance policies worth more
than 803 million dollars in the
past eight months under present
liberalsreinstatement provisions,
-- Veterans Administration officials
reported yesterday.
Of the total, 44199 Michigan
veterans have accounted for 306
million dollars.
Under the current plan, holders
of lapsed term policies have until
Jan. 1, 1948 to reinstate their in-
surance withouttaking the
phs-cal examination -ordinarily re-
quired.
Veterans need only fill out a
three-question application form
and pay two monthly premiums
-one for the 31-day period of
grace during which the insurance
was continued without payment,
and the other for reinstatement
month.
The Veterans Administration
pointed out that it operates a
mental hygene clinic in Detroit,
Michigan to serve World War II
veterans who are suffering from
emotional illnesses of service con-
nected origin.
* * *
Veterans with souvenir firearms
and explosives such as grenades,
live shells and other weapons are
urged by the Commissioner of In-
ternal Revenue to have them ren-
dered ineffective, to protect both
their own and their families' lives.

Full information on how and
where weapons may be deactivat-
ed free of charge can be secured
by writing to the district office of
the Alcohol Tax Unit, Bureau of
Internal Revenue at Chicago, Ill.
The Sister Kenny Foundation
of Michigan has offered the serv-
ices of its technicians and insti-
tote free of charge to Michigan
veterans and dependent members
of their families stricken with in-
fantile paralysis.
This is the only offer of its kind
in the United States, according to
the Michigan Office of Veterans'
Affairs which made the announce-
ment yesterday.
To be eligible for this care, a
veteran must reside in Michigan.
Veterans desiring to avail them-
selves of this service should con-
tact their nearest counseling cen-
ter or apply by letter or phone to
William G. Baxter or E. J. Roll-
ings, Sister Kenny Foundation of
Michigan, 606 Washington Boule-
vard Building, Detroit 26, Michi-
gan, tlephone CAdillac 6000.
U' Research
Job Available
An opening as full time research
assistant at the McMath-Hulbert
Observatory at Lake Angelus is
now available, Alfred B. Ueker,

WHO'S WHO IN ZOOLOGY:
Puerto Rican Mollusks Get
New Water-Color Treatment

A PILOT IS FIRED FROM HIS PLANE-An RAF pilot flies
through the air on his pilot-ejection seat at 60 feet a second after
being thrown from his jet plane by a cartridge which, when fired,
tosses him and his seat from the plane. A parachute attached to
the seat supports both until, at a reasonable 'height from the
ground, the pilot leaves the seat, releases a normal parachute and
floats to, earth. All British RAF jet fighters are being equipped
with these pilot-ejection seats. This is a British official picture.
NAACP Head Checks Zoning

By BOB BYERLY
A Who's Who among mollusks
in Puerto Rico is coming out soon.
Written by Prof. Henry Van der
Schaile of the University Museums
on the basis of firsthand study,
The Land and Fresh Water Mol-
lusks of Puerto Rico, will feature
the drawings of Miss Grace Eager,
artist for the museum of zoology.
Miss Eager, nationally-known
practitioner of a graphic dry-brush
technique, h a s "dry-painted"
over 100 portraits of the charac-
ters in the new book.
Like Water Color
The drawings at first sight look f
a little like water color but are ac-
tually a skillful application of car-
bon pencil dust with brushes and
cork points. Miss Eager uses small,
short brushes nearly worn down to
the ferrule in applying the dust
to the stipple board, a chalky-sur-
faced white paper which allows
her to simulate the wide variety of
textures necessary in her work.
This technique was developed by
Max Brodel at Johns Hopkins
University and has been widely
used in medicalfillustration.
Subjects Vary
The subjects of the book are of
a variety of different stations in
the world from harmless benefac-
String Concert
Will BeGiven
The University of MichiganI
String Orchestra will present aI
program of 17th and 18th century
music at 8:30 p.m., Tuesday, Nov.
11, in Lydia Mendelssohn Theatre.
The orchestra will be conducted
by Prof. Gilbert Ross, of the music
school. Prof. Ross organized the
orchestra during the war years,
and since that time has continued
to work with the group.
The String Orchestra will play
numbers by Purcell, Stamitz, Le-
grenzi, Boccherini and Mozart.
Norma Swinney Heyde, soprano,
and Oliver Edel, cellist, will ap-
pear as soloists.

tors and world travellers to dis-
ease-provoking enemies of medi-
cine. The latter group, known sci-
entifically as schistosome, have as
hosts to infected parasites caused
epidemics in Puerto Rico and
South America as well as Africa
and the Orient.
Travelling at a snail's pace,
mollusks have reached the far
corners. How they got where they
have is still mysterious to scien-
tists, although many are known
to have travelled fifth class with
the shipping industry.

Hienry V' Due
In February
"Henry V" will be returned to
Ann Arbor for a second showing
Feb. 19, 20 and 21 at Lydia Men-!
delssohn Theatre. Walter B. Rea,
associate dean of students an-1
nounced yesterday.
The motion picture will be pre-
sented in both matinee and eve-
ning performances for the three
dates, the earliest possible time of
availability of both film and thea-
tre.
The Office of Student Affairs,
sponsors of the presentation, will
announce sale of tickets at a fu-
ture date.

Dr. Earle Cressy. who for many Ithe latl
years represented the New York probabl
Associated Boards for Christian I hist lea
Colleges in China, will visit the and M
campus Monday and Tuesday. corinC
Dr. Cressy will confer with Uni- ed Stat
versity faculty members regard- spendir
ing a project for research in the will spe
field of Chinese culture, according uation
to Dr. Esson M. Gale, director of day in
the International Center. This prograr
project involves cooperation be- student
tween a group of American uni-
versities and both American es-
tablished institutions in China
and Chinese government agencies.
The field for research will be
limited to social sciences, humani- Th
ties and religion. It is unique in

Dr. Cressy To Speak on China

ter respect because of the
Oe participation of Budd-
aders and Chinese Catholic;
ohammedan scholars, ac-
gto Dr. Gale.
;ressy returned to the Unit-
tes a few months ago after
ng many years in China. He
eak on the educational sit-
in China at 7:30 p.m. Mon-
Rm. 316 of the Union. The
m is open to all interested
its,

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Gloster B. Current, national di-1
rector of branches for the Na-
tional Association for the Ad-
vancement of Colored People, met
with the Walpole Committee of
parents at Willow Village again
Monday night in an attempt to
determine the facts surrounding
the Simmonds school issue.
The Walpole Committee is pro-
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Academic Freedom
The local Committee for Aca-
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today in Rm. 319 of the Union.
Election of officers and dele-
gates to the state board will be
held. The meeting is open to all
campus organizations.

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