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TIDE MICHIGAN IIAILV

WEDNESDAY, OCT06ER. C 1967

PAGE TWO TIlE MICHIfAN DAILY WEDNESDAY. OCTORER 4. 1~7

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AI'M QUITE CONSERVATIVE,:
Acheson Terms Foreign Aid
'Terrible' and. Often Misused

Claims Bad

DAILY OFFICIAL BULLETIN
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Decisions
In Vietnam
By WALTER SHAPIRO
ac-
een Edwin O. Reischauer, former
its, ambassador to Japan, admitted
er- "our decisions on Vietnam have
al- been wrong right along, "but
nce cautioned against American with-

By HENRY GRIX
Former Secretary of State Dean
Acheson sharply criticized aspects
of foreign aid at a casual meeting
yesterday with a group of campus
Young Republicans at Martha
Cook residence hall.
Acheson described. the American
system of annually demanding for-
eign aid from Congress as "noth-
ing short of terrible," During his
years as President Truman's sec-
retary of state, Acheson recalled'
the "nagging bore" of going before,
Congress each year and delivering
the same speech requesting foreign
aid. He criticized the depreciation
of the aid due to the parochial in-

terests and whims of senators and
representatives.
It would be "better to let peo-
ple die" than to send American aid
into a country experiencing dis-
order where the aid might be mis-
used, the former diplomat con-
tinued.
Inadequate Education
Furthermore, Acheson feels aid
to education is not preparing for-
eign students to serve in available
positions in their own societies.
"All it makes them good for is
starting revolutions," Acheson
said.
Acheson labelled himself as.
"quite conservative although I've
been called a communist."

if major social change isa
companied by dissension betwe
political parties, revolution resu
he asserted. Acheson feels Am
icans delude themselves into "re
ly thinking there is a differer
between their two parties."
The present "competition in b
ligerency" exhibited by Republic
and Democratic congressmen o

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Paget Postule sTa t hery
Of Space, Time Relation

drawal last night. student organization notices are not
Appearing before an overflow accepted for publication. For more
audience in Rackham Assembly information call 764-9270.
Hall as part of the "Voices of
C i v i iz ation" Sesquicentennial 1EDNESLAY, OCTOBER
conference, Reischauer declared - -
that' "our Asian problem is pri- Daendar
marily that of a false analogy,
for we are applying to So.theast Majoi SesquicentennialCelebration
Asiapo~ces wichweresuccss-Voices of Civilization.-Raymond Firth,
Asia policies which were success- Gunnar Myrdal, Theodosius Dobzhan-
ful in Europe." sky, Symposium on "viewpoints on
"We are finding out in the less Social Enfranchisement of Minorities
and Ethnic Groups": Rackham Lecture
developed world that the alliances Hall, 10 a.m.; Dean Acheson, Edwin
and defense lines which were suc- O. Reischauer, "Europe and Asia in
cessful in Europe do not work American Foreign Policy": Rackham
Lecture Hall, 2:30 p.m.; Severo Ochoa;
against uprisings not brought Rackham Amphitheatre, 3 p.m.; Paul
from without, but grow from Hoffman: Rackham Lecture Hall, 4
within," he said. p.m.; Arne Tiselius, "Some Aspects of
the Work of the Nobel Foundation":
Reischauer, who' served as am- Rackham Amphitheatre, 4 p.m.; Sir,
bassador to Japan, from 1961 to Geoffrey Taylor, "Electrohydrodynam-
1966, when he resigned to accept ics": Physics-Astronomy Aud., 4 p.m.;
Ann Arbor city reception and din-
a professorship at Harvard Uni- ners, Statler-Hilton Inn and private
versity, said that the great lesson homes 5:30 p.m.; Ralph Ellison, Gun-
of Vietnam is that, "we are not nar Myrdal. "The American Racial
Problem": Hill Aud., 8 p.m.; Luigi
able to maintain unstable govern- Daslapiccola, "The Birth of an Opera":
ments when the threat is primar- Rackham Amphitheatre, 8 p.m.
ily internal, except at a great Astronomical Talk - Dr. Subrahman-
cost to us, the country, and the yam Chandrasekhar, University of Chi-
rest of the world." cago, "Aspects of General Relativity
Discussing the options open to Bearing on Astronomy .II," Aud. F,
t.., _. a Physics-Astronomy Bldg.. 10:15 a.m.

By MIKE THORYN
and MARY LOU SMITH
Do we define speed according to
time, or measure time by speed?
Which notion is more basic in a
developing mind?
Jean Piaget, director of the In-
ternational Bureau of Education
for almost forty years and a pro-
fessor at the University of Geneva
in Switzerland, discussed these
questions before a capacity audi-
ence in Rackham Lecture Hall yes-
terday.
His lecture was part of "Voices
of Civilization," a major program
of the 'U' sesquicentennial celebra-
tion.
Piaget said that due to man's
intiitive notion of order in space
and time, there is a primitive in-
natz notion of speed.
Previous theories had considered,
speed a .relationship between space,
an dtime, not as a "primitive" or
fundamental concept. Piaget's re-
search shows that time itself is the
relative- concept; and speed, the
arimitive one.
Time is coordination of move-
ment, including speed, Piaget said.
Primitive intuition of speed can be
independent of time.
A basic concept to the child is

passing. When two cars are on
a road, a child can see one pass
the other. Thus the notion of
speed is intuitive, he said.
But a child can confuse and dis-
tort speed and time. For example,
Piaget used a model of two tun-
nels,. one longer than the other.
The child about six-years can see
both the entrances and the exits.
Trains go through and come out
at the same time. The child will
Say the trains went through the
tunnels at the same speed.
Removing the tunnel, the child
can see that one train was moving
aster, the 71-year-old psychologist
said.
Speed is subject to illusions.
When two objects are moving next
to each other and one passes the
other, there is an illusion of ac-
celeration, he said.
When the subject of the experi-
ment is looking at a fixed point
as a single object moves past, the
object seems to speed up, Piaget
said.
Children confuse distance, time,
and speed. In a time interval of
60 seconds, a small child is shown
16 cards. Next, he is shown 32
cards in the same minute interval.
The child frequently perceives the
second interval as longer, he said.

Dean Acheson

Bureau of Industrial Relations Sem-
inar-"Management of Managers No.
38": 146 Business Administration Bldg..
8:15 a.m. to 5 p.m. and 7 to 9 p.m.
Professional Theatre Program - Hart-
Kaufman's "You Can't Take It With
You": Lydia Mendelssohn Theatre, 8
p.m.
University Players Dept. of Speech -
William Shakespeare's "King John":
Trueblood Aud., 8 p.m.
General Notices
Dept. of Linguistics: Will be offering
the French and German language ex-
aminations for the MA for students in
that department on Oct. 19 and 20.
Please sign uptin the linguistics de-
partment office, 218 Gunn Bldg. or
phone 764-0353, as quickly as possible.
Physical Education - Women Stu-
dents: Women students taking requir-
ed physical education who were med-
ically deferred for the first half of
this term should report to Office 15,
Barbour Gymnasium, to sign for the
second half of the term. Registration
will be held from 8 a.m. to noon and
1 to 5 p.m., today.
Upperclass women students who wish
to elects physical education classes may
do so on Thursday and Friday morn-
ings only, Oct. 26 and 27.
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Placement
ANNOUNCEMENTS: ,
Procter and Gamble-Will interview
for sales positions at School of Bus.
Ad. on Thurs., Oct. 10. Call 764-1372 for
appointments.
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you to take the test on Nov. 18. Mgmt.
Intern exam will be given the after-
noon of same day. All Dec. grads are
urged to take this exam, processing
applications takes time.
National Security Agency-Applica-
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1i. Test on Oct. 21. Another test In
Dec. Dec. grads should take the Oct.
test, however.
Public Service Commission of Canada
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Service will be given evening of Oct. 17
Please contact Bureau if interested.
Sat., Oct. 7-3529 SAB, 9-10 a.
representatives from Canadian Public
Service Commission and Consulate in
Detroit will be talking to students
interested in careers with Canadian
government.
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in programmed learning, Indust. trng.,
teaching, res. or related fields.
Clyde E. Williams & Associates, Inc.
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communities, South Bend, Ind., and
other midwest locations - Graduates
with no, and some experience in struc-
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ical, electrical, mechanical, transporta-

tion. field engineering and architects,
photogrammetists and planners.
City of Warren, Mich.-Industrial
Development Coordinator, dev. contacts
with1 business and industry, attract
new industry and encourage firms to
expanid. Gather data on available in-
dustrial sites, labor, utilities, trans
portation and other community re-
sources. Appropriate degree and several
years of e::per. in this line of work.
Avco Broadcasting Corp., Cincinnati,
Ohio--On-Air-Promotion Writer, WLW-
T Television Cinn.. Ohio., largest local
live programming station. Draft-exempt
graduate. Journ. or Radio TV degree,
mn. 1 yr. ex ler. in commercial tele-
vision promotion or programming, po-
tential for promotion director's job.
Minnesota Mining and Manufactur-
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openings, degrees: BsME, BSEE, BS
Physics. BSChE, BSIE, BS Arch., MS
ChE, PhD Organ. or Physical Chem.
For eurtherainformation please call
764-7460, General Division, Bureau of
Appointments, 3200 SAB.
ENGIN ERING PLACEMENT SERV-
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Room 128-H, West Engineering Bldg.
OCT. 11-
Amoco Chemicals Corp.
E. I. du Pont de Nemours & Co., Inc.
Firestone Tire & Rubber Co.
General Foods Corp.
B. F. Goodrich Co.
City of Los Angeles--Bureau of Engrg,
The Magnavox Co.
Newport News Shipbuilding & Dry
Dock Co.
Standard Oil (N.J.)--Esso Res. & En-
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the Vietnam war will probably af-
fect the upcoming election. Ache-
son speculated that Republican
hawks might vote Democratic and
the Democrat doves would side
with the Republican candidate.

America in Vietnam, he warned,
"Escalation will at best yield a
guerilla war in North Vietnam
arid could very easily result in our
getting ourselves involved, in a
real war with 700 million Chin-
ese."

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Film-On Paul Tillich, Multipurpose
Room, UGLI, 12:30-1 p.m.
Statistics Seminar -- Prof. Roger
Wright, "Estimation of a Linear Func-
tional Relation with Errors in the
Variables," at 4 p.m., in 3201 Angell
Hall.
Dept. of Zoology and Dept. of Genet-
ics Seminar-Dr. Theod~osius Dobzan-
sky, Rockefeller University, "The Su-
perspecies Drosophila Paulistorum"
Room 1400 Chemistry Bldg., 4 p.m.

Inferior and Unimaginative Reischauer asked: "Can we just
Acheson said, that the reason say to the world, 'boys we've just
Anglo-Saxon peoples seem to be made a mistake' ?"
the only ones able to establish suc- "If that happened it wouldr
cessful governments is that "only seem to the great bulk of the
inferior and unimaginative people world that we have accepted de-
can succeed with government." feat and that, as a result, we were
"We enjoy this kind of play act- not fighting for what we said
ing," he said. we were."
However, democracy is not a "This would put into great
"litmus paper" by which to judge doubt our comparable committ-
the effectiveness of all govern- ments to the smaller, weakerI
ments, Acheson said, Greece and countries of the world who doI
Indonesia as countries benefitting depend on the United States," he
from military coups. The situation added.
in Greece is "much better than it Turning to his own experience
was. before," Acheson remarked, in Japan, Reischauer predicted
when it was-ruled by a "tiresome that "while the Japanese would
old demagogue and his silly young at first applaud our action, Ja-
son" and faced with growing ten- pan who depends on us for nu-
sion with Cyprus. clear defense would decide that
No Solution for Mid-East 'America cannot be trusted to do
As an "aid to diplomacy where what it says it is going to do. As
people can meet inconspicuously," a result, she would be forced to
the United Nations cannot be use-.join in the proliferation of nu-
ful for problem solving. The ad- clear weapons."
mission of Communist China to He said that CIA activities
the UN would complicate the mess "which try to influence other na-d
in something that is already messy tions tend to become counter-
enough as it is," he said. productive because they throw
Acheson expects to see in China doubts onto basic American poli-
"more internal chaos and less in- cies. What you do achieve by
terest in external affairs." Ache- these methods is likely to be very
son also sees signs of a growing shortrange. I would like to see,
power struggle in the Soviet the United States' moving away
Union. from this."

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NOUNCEMENTS is available to officially'
recognized and registered student orga-
nizations only. Forms are available in
Rm. 1011 SAB.
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Women's Judo Club holds meeting
for old and new members, Oct. 4, 7
p.m., Waterman Gymnasium.
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College Republican Club, community
action committee meeting Thurs., Oct.
5, 8:30 p.m., 2535 SAB.
College Republican Club, Executive
board meeting, Thurs., Oct. 5, 7 p.m.,
2535 BAB.
Baha'l Student Group, there will be
no meeting this Fri., Oct. 6.
Angel Flight record sale,-Oct. 3-4, 7-9
p.m., North Hall.
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now open to petitioning for new mem-
bers. Petition forms may be picked
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Mock Convention mass meeting, Oct.
4, 7:30 p.m., UGLI Multipurpose Room.
University Lutheran Chapel holds de-
votional service conducted by' Pastor
Arthur Spomer. Holy Communion will
be celebrated, Oct. 4, 10 p.m., 1511
Washtenaw.
African Student's Union panel dis-

cussion headed by Prof. Henry Bret-
ton on "Emerging Trends in African
Social and Economic Development,"
Thurs., Oct. 5, 8 p.m., UGLI Multi-
purpose Room.
Hillel Foundation holds Rosh Hash-
ono Service, Oct. 4, 7:30 p.m., Rack-
ham Lecture Hall.
Engineering Council, meeting, Thurs.,
Oct. 5, 7 p.m., 3511 SAB.
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UM Scottish Country Dance Society,
dance meeting, Wed., Oct. 4, 8-10:30
p.m., WAB Lounge.
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Deutscher Verein, kaffeestunda, every
Wednesday, 3-5 p.m., 3050 Frieze Bldg.
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