-THE MIC~flG AN DAILY '_ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _
At Post Office
'Till July 26
Checks are being held at the
Ann Arbor Post Office for the fol-
lowing veterans. They will be re-
turned to Columbus July 26:
Stanford H. Abramovitz, Mar-
vin L. Bodeen, Robert B. Bols,
Sam Calamia, Stephen James
Catel. James Brandt Christy,
Earl W. Hagen, Donald D. Hope,
Fred O. Kalinka, Morris Kleiman,
Arthur E. Leckner, Jr., Morey
Levine, Milton Menkus, Betty Lou-
ise Meyer, Walter P. Meyers,
Kathryn Mary Paden, Rodney A.
Parker. Ruth Reasoner, Frank
E. Sarns, Donald P. Schroeder,
Lee Arthur Richard S. Vickery,
Harold M. Watts.
Reut he r Hits
DETROIT, July 17-(AP)-A pro-
posed amendment to the Fair
Labor Standards Act calling for a
60-cents an hour minimum wage
was denounced today by UAW-
CIO President Walter P. Reuth-
er as "shockingly inadequate."
Reuther described the amend-
ment as an "obvious and fruitless
attempt by Congress to wash out
the bad taste" left by passage of
the Taft-Hartley Labor Act.
The auto workers head outlined
his objections in a letter to Rep.
McConnell (Rep., Pa.), chairman
of a subcommittee of the House
labor committee now holding
hearings on the legislation.
HIGHLIGHTS ON CAMPUS
Education Trends . .
The final address of the Sum-
mer Education Conference will
be given by Eugene B. Elliott,
state superintendent of public in-
struction, who will discuss "Cur-
rent Trends in Michigan Educa-
tion" at 11 a.m. today in the Uni-
versity High School auditorium.
Special conferences planned for
today include discussions of col-
lege and high school relations,
elementary education, general ad-
ministration, guidance and inter-
The meetings will be held in
University High School, the Uni-
versity Elementary School and
the architecture college auditor-
SRA Coffee Hour...
Dr. Yuen-li Liang of the po-
litical science department will
be guest of honor at the Stu-
dent Religious Association cof-
fee hour at 4:30 p.m. today in
A review of Pierre Lemonte
Dunouy's "Human Destiny" by
Don Edwin will be featured at
the SRA Saturday luncheon at
12:15 p.m. tomorrow in Lane
Lecture on Russia ...
Sir Bernard Pares, authority on
Russia and former director of the
School of Slovanic and Eastern
European Studies at the Univer-
sity of London, will lecture on
"R.ussia and the Peace" at 4:10
p.m. Monday in the Rackham
Graduate Outing ...
The Graduate Outing Club
will meet at 2:30 p.m. on Sun-
day at the Northwest Entrance
of Rackham Hall for an after-
noon of bicycling and swim-
Graduates interested in par-
ticipating may sign up before
noon Saturday at the check
dask in Rackham. They should
specify if they want bicycles
Hindustan Picnic .. .
The Hindustan Association will
hold a picnic Sunday at Whit-
more Lake, leaving at 12:45 a.m.
from the International Center.
Members of the association may
bring their friends as guests of
the group, according to President
Square dancing is held at 8:30
p.m. every Friday in the gym
at the Ann Arbor High School.
Scott Colburn does the call-
ing for the quadrilles, polkas
reels and other folk tunes.
* * *
Baptist Group Picnic .
Members of the Roger Williams'
Guild, Baptist student group, will
leave from the Guild House, 502
East Huron, at 8:30 p.m. today for
a picnic and sing at the Island.
* * *
"Wuthering Heights," the mov-
ie adaptation of ,Emily Bronte's
novel, will be shown by the IRA
at Hill Auditorium, Sunday and
Monday, at 8 p.m.
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The Daily Classifieds
'COVERED WAGON' TRAIN-Stopping briefly in a grove at Montrose, Iowa is part of the 72-
car caravan of automobiles, bearing super structures of prarie schooner rigging and plywood oxen,
which is carrying 148 Latter Day Saints along the general route their Mormon ancestors took
Freedman chose Chicago for his
study because, of the larger cit-
ies, it is least affected by peculiar
weather, topography and other'
factors which would minimize the
usefulness of the report.
He divided the city into 24 dis-
tricts and tabulated in each, mi-
grant occupation, work status,
age, sex, education, citizenship
and previous residence.
In this way, Freedman deter-
mined the traits of the migrants
and discovered that, irrespective
of social characteristics or origin,
they tended, in disproportionate
numbers, to settle in the higher
rent districts along the city's rap-
id transit lines. These zones were
typical of the city: rooming hous-
es, apartments, and duplexes, but
definitely not slums.
New Texts ...
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types of material, according to
Victor Wilson, secretary-treasurer
of the Michigan Bookmans Club.
Books written specifically for
elementary and high school age
levels cover more fields now than
they have in the past . Texts in
psychology, economics and voca-
tional training have been devel-
oped. In addition, books designed
to aid students in extra-curricu-
lar activities are now on the mar-
ket. They include information on
how to organize clubs, preside over
meetings, sponsor dances and par-
ties and produce plays.
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