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Nations Unlikely To Surrender
TheirSovereignty - -B ierly

nunciation of sovereigntyby a-
tions but only concessions from
them at this time, James L.
Brierly, Professor Emeritus of Ox-
ford University said yesterday.-
Brierly, who will conduct a law
school seminar and forum on In-
ternationgl Law Thursday and
Friday, said that surrender of
sovereignty was "still deep in the
future." Versed in both the phil-
Hopwood Pla
To Be Sown
Summer Stock~ Group
To Stage'40 Winner
A Hopwood award play, "I, A
iStranger," by Grace E. Potter,
will be staged by the Tuft's Sum-
mer Theatre in Medford, Mass.',
July 20 to 24. .
A major drama winner in the
1939-40 Hopwood contest at the
University, "I, A Stranger" has its
setting in a New England kitchen.
it is written in a prologue and
three acts and tells the story of
two elderly people and the ef-
fects of old age upon them. The
play has been produced previously
in Calif ornia-.
Miss Potter is associate editor
of scholarly publications at the
University of Michigan Press and
resides at 515 Monroe Street. She
is vacationing in Hawaii.

osophy and practices of interna-
tional law, Prof. Brierly has
taught it at Oxford for 25 years.
Premature Stage
International Law Is "geuine
and valuable," Prof. Brierly said,
"but it is still in a primative
Opening the forum Thursday
with a lecture on "The Place in
International Law in Legal Edu-
cation," Prof. Brierly will stress
the necessity of interesting the
profession in the subject, "It has
always been difficult to interest
the legal profession in our field,
moreso in Britain than in Amer-
ica," he said.
Energy and Desire
'It is important that we have
men grounded in international
law and just as important that
they have an understanding of
Mnernational relations," Prof.
Brierly said. "Finally, those same
men must have the energy and de-
sire to guide public opinion," he
Prof. Brierly noted that the ef-
forts of the law school to get prac-
ticing attorneys to attend the
seminar will put the conference a
long way along the road to break-
ing down apathy in legal circles
toward international law.
Call Negotiations Futile
CHICAGO, July l0-(IP)-The
Chicago Newspaper Publishers
Association today told their strik-
ing printers that further negotia-
tions "would serve no good pur-

Cocteciu Film
To Be Shown
Next Weekend
"Beauty and the Beast," Jean
Cocteau's imaginative fairy tale
will be presented July 16-17 at
Hill Auditorium by the Art Cin-
ema League in cooperation with
the Inter-Cooperative Council.
The presentation, filmed in
France, after the war, will carry
English subtitles.
"Beauty and th~e Beast" has re-
ceived wide acclaim during its
New York showings. It fealures
superlative performances by Jean
Marias, handsome French mati-
nee idol, last seen in "Carmen,"
and Josette Day, the unfortunate
maiden in "The Well Digger's
According to Jean Cocteau, the
author and director, the film bears
little resmblance to the conven-
tional fairy tale.
In fact, Cocteau's purpose was
"to expose the naviete of the old
fairy tales that would have us
believe that the type of man pur -
sued obstinately by women
reaches his ideal, in conventional
good looks.
"My aim would be to make the
Beast so human, so sympathetic,
so superior to men, that his trans-
formation into Prince Charming
would come as a terrible blow to
Beauty, condemning her to a hun-
drum marriage.
"Beauty and the Beast" won
the Grand Prix Louis Delluc,
highest French film award, as the
best French picture of the year.
Tickets will go on sale Thursday
at Hill Auditorium for 50 cents.,

LANSING, July 1'0 -'William
Stenson, former state representa-
bond from the Ingham County
He was 'sentenced to a maxi-
mum of 2%/ to 10 years recently
on a charge that he cheated a
Lansing contractor in the sale
ofsurplus war equipment.
Formerly of Greenland, Mich.,
Stenson was released under bond
to await the outcome of his ap-

Ex-Legislator To Appeal Conviction

Ates as Democrai eiltr
Stno' eotoffnig$,0
inhis coa poktin the Houe
ham County grand jury probe of
legislative bribery and corruption,
Union Shop at Ford's
DETROIT, July l0-(P)-Em-
ployes of the Ford Motor Co. have
voted 90 per cent in favor of a
union shop, it was announced to-
day after the largest National La-
bor Relations Board election of
its kind in history.

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TRAILER-TRACTOR GETS AWAY ON BRIDGE-Trailer which figured in Scrant'on, Pa., second
trailer-tractor accident in 12 hours demolishes a small building housing a valet shop. After striking
the bridge, the tractor broke away from the trailer, hit the building and continued over a 30-foot
embankment, Five persons were injured. The vehicle was loaded with 12 tons of sugar.

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dergarten; Industrial Arts; Early highly desirable. For further in-
Elementary Grades; Later Ele- formation, call at the Bureau of
mentary Grades: Art; English- Appointments, 201 Mason 1-all.
Speech - Commercial; English - -___
\Jouirnalism; Science-Mathemat- Russian Circle will meet on
ics; Social Studies; and an Ele- Mon., July 12, at 8 p.m. in the
mentary Principal. For further International Center. Prof. John
information call at the Bureau of Shepard will be the guest speak-
Appointments, 201 Mason Hall. er anid will discuss "Psychology
-----as a SCienIce in Russia."


Publications in The Daily Official
Bulletin is Constructive notice to all
mnembers of the University. Notices for
the Bulletin should be sent in type-
written form to the Office of the Sum-
mner Session, Room 1213 Angeil Hall, Ly
3:00p~m.on th dyte peeding puoll"
. . . e
SUNDAY, JULY 11, 1948
VOL., LVIII, No. 183
Veterans enrolled under Public
Law 346 are reminded that they
will automatically receive sub-
sistence for an additional fifteen
days beyond the close of the Sum-
mer Session. Consequently, fifteen
days of eligibility time will be de-
ducted from their remaining en-
titlement. It should be emphasized
that this procedure is automatic
and that payments will be made
and entitlement reduced accord-
ingly unless a veteran notifies the
Veterans Administration in writ-
ing thirty days prior to the close
of the Summer Session that he
does not desire the extension of
subsistence benefits. Veterans who
desire the fifteen days extension
are not required to give any no-
The following form is suggested
for notification: "This is to no-
tify you that I do not desire the
fifteen days extension of subsist-
ence benefits following the close of
the Summer Session, 1948. Signa-
ttrre, "C" Number, Reference
29R7AA." The notice should be
sent to Registration and Research
Section, Michigan Unit, Veterans
Administration, Guardian Build-
ing, 500 Griswold Street, Detroit
32, Michigan.
Veteran Students:
1. Monday, Aug. 2, 1948, has
been established as the deadline
date for the purchase of books,
equipment and supplies with vet-
eran requisitions.
2. All veteran students who were
not asked to sign Veterans Admin-
istration For'm 7-1950A at regis-
tration, whose expenses exceed the
rates below, must clear these over-
charges by signing the above men-
tioned form or making a cash
payment at the Cashier's Office,
Veterans Section.
$ 56.32 for 4 weeks.
$ 70.40 for 5 weeks.
$ 84.12 for 6 weeks.
$112.64 for 8 weeks.
$140.80 for 10 weeks.
All overcharges must be taken
care of by Wed., Aug. 11, 1948.
Notice Re Faculty Concerts:
Since the Monday evening faculty
concerts presented in the Rack-
ham Lecture Hall are broadcast
over WUOM, it is requested that
the audience be seated before 8
p.m., or as quickly as possible be-
tween numbers, never during the
actual playing.
Bureau of Appointments and
Occupational Information:
The Public Schools of Anchor-
aige, Alaska, are in need of teach-
ers of the following subjects: Kin-

Bureau of Appointments and Oc-
cupational Information .
Immediate applications are in-
vited for the position of Principal
of the Kindergarten 'Trainiing Cob-
lege, Adelaide, South Australia.
Special training in pre -school
work is required. For further in-
formation, call at the Bureau of
Appointments, 201 Mason hail.
Bureau 'of Appointments and Oc.-
cupational Informatiun
The Mene Grande Oil Co., Bar-
celona, Venezuela, is mn heed of
teachers of the following subjects
for its school: Music-Art, Kinder -
garten; Early and Later Eleuieii -
tary Grades. These POSitions are
open in the company's school for
its American employees. For fur
ther information, call at thie lu
reau of Appointments, 201 Masoin
Bureau of Appointments and Oc-
cupational Information
The Young Women's Christian
Association has many interesting
job openings in various parts of
the country for experienced per -
sonnel and well-qualified seniors.
A background in Health or Physi-
cal Education or Recreation is


The Square Dancing Class spon-
sored by the Michigan League will
be held in Iarbour Gymnasium on
Monday, July 12, at 7:30 p.m.
Anerican Veterans Committee
executive meeting at 4:30 p.m.
Wed., July 14, 4128 Natural Sd-
cnce Build inl
Eniglih Te ecljei'' summer As-
senibly 'No. 3) Wed., July 14, at 4
p.m., in Assenbly IRoom, Rack-
haum, Subjcet. "What Part Does
Gianmnur Play in the High School
Teaching of English?" Visiting
('UsmiOr, refreslmmen ts. All grad -
iate and undergraduate students
wvlo teach Enghsli are urged to
Miechianical, Industrial -Mechan -
'cal andi Civil Engineering August
1948 Gratduates-
Mr. W. K. Brown of Standard
Oil Conmany of Indiana will in-
terview StUdents iii these groups
on Tues, ,July 20, for prospective
positions with tiha 1 organization,
(t.Jntixiteci n Pdge 3)


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you want it. In four

Minister - Rev. leonard A. Parr
Director of Student Work - Rev. H.L. Pickerill
Director of Music-Wayne Ihmul ap; Organist-Kenneth \V. Jewel
10:45 A.M.--Morning Worship. The subject of
Dr. Parr's sermon is "Kingdom of Adventure.
5:00 P.M.-Student Picnic Supper and Vespers
at Riverside Park

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