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TIE MICRIGAN DAILY

.etired Scientist,

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String Four
To Present

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During Summer
aedeath of, Dr. Freder-
iy last August 9, passed
e University's most out-
names in medicine.
ho died at the age of 92
ed in Ann Arbor for 74
student, teacher, re-
and world known '.scien-
etired f rom the Univer-<
,y in 1935 as dean-emer-
te Medical School after
f service.
jor contribution was inr
e of bacteriology. Novy's
and writings formed thez
medical advance in this

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Wilkinson Luggage Shop
Extends a Hearty
Welcome to Michigan Students
FOR THE COED'S CHOICE

WELCOME U. of M. STUDENTS!

Make your Headquarters
at B. E. MUEH LIG'S
for

eloped Interest Early%
youth Novy developed an
in science. He came to
versity to ern his bache-
ience' degree in chemistry,
ie received in 1886.,
ng knowledge *on the inm-.
ence of bacteriology, Novy
Germany to study under
Koch and then to Paris for
study under Louis Pas-
Pon his return the first
ry courserinrbacteriology
country was established at
Versity.
er first for Novy was the
hment in 1903 of the only
)les station in this coun-
nn Arbor. He was the dis-
of the "Novi tat virus,".
he first viruses to be iden-
as honored many times.

DR. FREDERICK G. NOVY
... late dean emeritus
He was made a Chevalier in the'
Legion de Honneur and a mem-
ber of the Order, of the White
Lion of Czechoslovakia.
He was the Henry Russel Lec-*
turer at the tVniversity in 1927.
Novy was also awarded the!
Gold Medal of the American Med-'
ical Association in 1930 and the
next year the Michigan Legisla-
tare cited his work in a public
testimonial.

Stanley Quartet members have
planned a rich and varied musical
program for the coming season.
Quartet members -'are Gilbert
Ross and Gustave Rosseels, vio-
lins, Oliver Edel, cello, and Robert
Courte, viola.
Four concerts have been planned
for presentation in the- Univer-
sity Rackham Building on Oct. 22,
Dec. 3, March 4, and April 1 at
8:30pm.
Additional concerts }will be pre-
sented at Rackham in Detroit Oct.
19, Nov. 30, Feb. 15, and March 29.
A special Detroit concert will be
given on Feb. 12.
Five concerts and clinics to be
given in the Upper Peninsula
have also been scheduled by the
Quartet. These will be presented
in Irontown, Houghton, Crystal
Falls, Newberry, and Sault Ste.
Marie, Michigan.
Law School
E slbishes
New _Study
Legal problems arising from the
formation of new economic or-
ganizations in western Europe will
be studied in a new seminar on
international organization at the'
Law School this fall.
The seminar will be conducted
by Prof. Eric Stein of the Law
School; who served as deputy di-
rector of the Office: of UN Nliti-
cal and Security Affairs, U.S..
State Department, prior to his ap-
pointment to the University staff.
"The American exporter, his in-
vestor and legal counsel will be-
come increasinrgly concerned with
the law problems arising from the
development of such organiza-
tions as the European Coal and
Steel Community, the 'European
Common Market, the proposed
Free Trade Area and ETRATOM,"
Prof. Stein said, explaining the
reasons for the new course.
The course will cover the rea-
sons for the development of these
organizations, the jurisdiction" of
their courts, and possible conflicts
between national law.of the mem-
ber cpuntries and. the European
Coal and Steel community law.
Samong many topics.
Outside experts will be invited
to particiate.

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or Education Programs
nned for Detroit Workers

angements for six - educa-
L programs for Detroit-area
ers have been completed by
nstitute of Labor and Indus-
Relations.
e Institute is operated joint-
the University and Wayne
University and hopes to ini-
25 programs throughout the
this year.
e four programs now set for
it will consist of six to eight-
educational courses and
us discussions of individual
: They have been developed
operation with various De-
unions, according to t~w-
Rogin, Institute. director of
rs' education and services.
rliamentary Law Offered
e of. the programs, arranged
operation with the Detroit
Wayne County AFL, consists
sections on "Parliamentary
and Public Speaking" and
ourse on "Labor Legislation",
fht-week courses.
luded in this year's state-
program is a course to help
rs make more effective use
isure time. This would be

done in cooperation with local
unions, accoiding to Rogin, but
the plans are still in the formula-
tion stage. /
Wider Variety' Hoped
As the institute grows, Rogin
hopes to experiment with a wider
variety of worker education pro-
grams. Development of a well-
qualified core of teachers in.
worker education, including those
skilled in' various union activi-
ties, may free some of the teach-
ers most skilled' in educational
techniques for these experimental
programs.
flogin believes health, welfare
and retirement represents "a
whole are'a of workers' needs
which has barely been touched"
by labor education programs.
Rogin previously served as edu-
cation director of the Textile
Workers Union for 16 years prior,
to his appointment to the Insti-
tute.

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