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)AY, JULY 9, 1957

TILE MICHIGAN DAILY

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tOF. COHEN SPEAKS:
Social Benefits May Be Geared to Wage Levels
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Maximum benefits payable
from unemployment insurance,
workmen's compensation, and
temporary disability insurance
insurance might well be geared to
wage levels, a University expert
told the International Gerontolo-
gical Congress in Murano, Italy,
yesterday.
Prof. Wilbur J. Cohen of the
Hor mones
Discussed
By Doctors

School of Social Work said such a
system would help preserve in-
centive of highly paid workers to
participate in these programs of
social insurance.
At the same tine, he spoke out
zl : rply against any effort to be
the level of all social insurance
b nEfits auOmatically te changes
in the consumers' price index.
'Undesirable'
He said such a move would be
"undesirable and unrealistic."
"An adjustment formula relat-
ing wages solely to maximum
benefits in social insurance should
be distinguished from adjusting
all benefits in relation to prices,"
he explained
"The question of raising the
maximum benefits for these so-
cial insurance programs as wages
increase becomes an important is-
sue in almost every session of the

state legislatures," Prof. Cohen de-
clared.
"The decision to raise maximum
benefits usually comes after wages
have increased, so that injured or
unemployed -persons and their
families are adversely affected by
the time lag.
Administrative Agencies
"The principle of amending-
these state programs to give ad-
ministrative agencies the respon-
sibility of determining the maxi-
mum benefits in relation to aver-
age wages in the previous year
seems to me to be worthy of sup-
port.
"There are some technical prob-
lems involved as to what propor-
tion of the wage to use, how fre-
quent the determination should be
made, how to finance an open-
ended cost item, and the need for

Eighth in a series of annual
symposia sponsored jointly by the
Division of Biological Sciences and
the Summer Session will be held
at the University from July 9-11.
The program, "Hormones and
Growth," will include addresses
by four endocrinologists.
Each will present a general lec-
ture on his own field of interest
and a second lecture giving more
intense trcatment of his research.
Vertebrate Animals
Dr. Frederick L. Hisaw of Har-
vard University will lccture at 3:30
p.m. today on ':Endocrines and
the Evolution of Viviparity in
Vertebrate Animals."
Dr. Folke K. Skoog of the Uni-
versity of Wisconsin will speak on
the "General Features and Func-
tions of Plant G r o w t h Sub-
stances" at 4:15 p.m. today.'
At 7:30 p.m. today Dr. Roy 0.
Greep of the Harvard School of
Dental Medicine will lecture on
"EndocrLic Regulation of Body
Growth "
'Role of Hormones'
Dr. Dietrich Bodenstein of the
United States Army Chemical
Warfare Center will lecture at
8:15 p.m. today in "The Role of
Hormones in the Growth of In-
sects."
All sessions will be held in Audi-
torium C, Angell Hall.
There will be two discussions
during the day -- one held at 5
p.m. after Dr. Skoog's lecture and
the other at 9 p.m. after Dr. Bo-
denstein's lecture.,
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HIGHWAY AIDE:

Jackson Hole, Wyoming
Is Civil- Engineering_ Site

Forty-eight June graduates of
Michigan high schools are at a
scenic University surveying camp
near the Grand Teton Mountains
of Wyoming. Their headquarters
is Camp Davis at Jackson Hole.
They are participating in an
eight-week "highway engineering
'U' Library
Adds Relice
The Rare Book Room in the
General Library has received a
beautiful and sacred relic, a fac-
simile reproduction of the Lindis-
farne Gospels, to add to its re-
nowned collection.
This new reproduction is a com-
panion piece to the University's
facsimile of the Book of Kells.
It is a folio volume bound in
full parchment and was printed
by Mrs. Graf Verlag, Olten, Swit-
zerland who also published the
Book of Kells.
The text of the Lindisfarne
Gospels is in Latin with an inter-
linear Anglo-Saxon translation
of the 10th century.
While the illumination is not as
imaginative as the Book of Kells,
it surpasses the Book of Kells in
its perfect good taste and coaty
co~f):wtak
It includes 28 rages in full eoi-
or.

aide" program which is sponsored
by the Michigan Department of
State and the Michigan Road
Builders' Association.
The course is offered by the
University's Department of Civil
Engineering with the purpose of
teaching fundamentals of survey-
ing.
These graduates have passed
the State Civil Service Examina-
tion for, highway engineering
aides and after successful conple-
tion of the summer program they
are eligible for employment with
the highway department. If they
wish to go on to-college they can
obtain educational leave from the
department.
"The work schedule is crowded,
but the boys seem to thrive on
it," Prof. Earnest Boyce, chairman
of the civil engineering depart-
ment says.
Besides the business of class-
rooms and field practice, the boys
hike, fish, ride horses, and go on
sight-seeing trips.
Vally Forge
Hit by Scouts
VALLEY FORGE, Pa. (P)-The
vanguard of some 60,000 Boy
Scouts and their leaders today
move into a temporary "tent city"
nestled in these historic hills.
The staff of the fourth National
Boy Scout Jamboree is ready to
house, feed and entertain what is
described as the greatest gather-
ing of American youth in the na-
tion's history.
When fully populated or the of-
ficial' jamboree opening Friday, it
will ecme, temporarily, the 16th
largest city in Pennsylvania.

underpinning the proposal with a
flat dollar maximum.
"But if we could obtain some
automatic adjustment of maxi-
mum benefits to the wage level
in our state social insurance laws,
the saving of time and effort
might well be invested in other
improvements and simplifications
in the programs."
Fur Trader
W.as First,
Book Donor
University Library accepted its
first gift in 1840 from a Wiscon-
sini fur trader.
The donor, Dr. Charles W. Bor-
up, was superintendent of the
American Fur Company trading
post near the northern tip of Wis-
consin at LaPointe, Lake Superior.
Proceedings of the Board of Re-
gents of October 7. 1840. record
their acceptance of the "Brock-
haus' Konversations-Lexikon," a
German encyclopedia first pub-
lished in 1796-1808.
The 13 volumes of the encyclo-
pedia, still in their original bind-
ings, are presently housed in the
Rare Book Room of the library.
Although it may seem strange
that the Library's first gift came
from a trading post ,Charles Bor-
up was no ordinary fur trader. A
native of Denmark, he was well
educated and had studied medi-
cine.
After coming to this country in
1828, Dr. Borup combined fur
trading with medicine, and for
many years was 'the only trained
physician west of Sault Saint Ma-
rie and north of Fort Snelling."
July Heavens
Afford View
Of Mik Way
July is the best time to view the
Milky Way.
Prof. Hazel M. Losh of the as-
tronomy department s u g g e s t s
warm, balmy summer evenings as
the best time to see the full splen-
dor of the heavens.
The Milky Way, which stretches
across southern skies, spans the
whole heavens and may be easily
traced.
Without the aid of optical as-
sistance the Milky Way shines as
a soft misty light. With optical
assistance the myriads of faint
stars and nebulae shows very
clearly.

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