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TIE MICHIGAN DAILY

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PROPERTY OWNERS OBJECT:
Association Opposes Renewal Proposal
(Continued from Page 1)

Psychology Aids Analysis
Of Some Literary Forms

will be paid to the residents whose
not be done with the amount of homes are slated to be destroyed.
money that is on hand in Anr, Wickliffe reports that many of
Arbor. The property owners as- the poorest homes in the area are,
sociation does not think that the those belonging to older people
problem is not big enough to call who would be unable, because of
in federal aid and controls. their age, to get loans. They would
As a solution other than federal jefre to become tenants.

more than ten homes actually a
in poor enough state to just
their being torn down.
This week the city has start
the assessment of the homes
the area. A report is expected
be in by Dec. 15.
Lust Have Backing

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By GILBERT WINER
"To juxtapose Freudian psy-
chology upon literature is to in-
volve oneself in an humanity be-

said. "Moreover, any personal re-
action to art is neuronic, since the-
individual responds to fiction
rather than i-eality. in defense of

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money, Wickliffe believes that The city will purchase all houses As Councilwoman Florence R.
local money should be used. "No declared to be sub-standard. The Crane said. "The urban renewal
problems that couldn't be met on owners would be given first call plan must have the opinions and
a city level exist here," he said. on either their old lot or on homes backing of the whole community."
that will be built in the area. In order to find out better just
One source of trouble in the Thwillrbaeuln tealoream noreatlisoubterjs
area; Wickliffe reported, is be- The urban renewal program also what the general public wants in
includes provisions for rerouting the way of urban renewal, at a
cause of the demand for homesn of traffic in the area in order to recent meeting the City Council
the city of Ann Arbor, landlords make it a better area to live in,dicsethpoiblyofavn
are able to rent homes withoutmket bterretoivi. discussed the possibility of hlaving
improving them to any extent. {Councilman James F. Brinkerhoff the citizens of Ann Arbor vote on
declared at a recent panel discus- the question.
Aged Have Difficulty Ision on urban renewal.
older people living here do not continued, 56 homes are slated to1
have enough money to keep their be condemned in order to obtain I
homes in good shape, and local the federal aid that will help in.
voluntary organizations should be the urban renewal program. Advice to a drunk from the
formed to help, he continued. Not Substandard Massachusetts Chiefs of Police
These could help by use of do- These homes are really not sub- Association news letter:
nated materials and labor to bring standard, he said. North Central "Since you cannot refrain
these homes up to the standards }Property Owners claim that in- from drinking, why not start
that are set by the city. dependent real estate men have a saloon of your own in your
He said in many instances the come into the area and found not own home? Be the only cus-
resident himself has through a to yrand you will not have
period of years improved his own to buy a license
home. This has been done through a Gve you whiskey. $here tob
the use of bank loans, and use of 248 drincse i se. Threare
the individual's own funds. yur drinksIn a cey ur el
Another objection that has been Set a P ort 0 cents a drink.
brought up by the North Central "In 12 days (when the case
Property Owners Association con- is gone) your wife will have $89
cerns the amount of money that The first Electronic Flash Ap- to put in the bank and $55 to
proach System to be installed in buy another case. If you live
Michigan was formally om is- er ndcniuet u
~. sioned at Willow Run Airport by 1yerancotueoby
the Civil Aeronautics Administra- your whiskey from your wife
tion last night, and die in your "boots, your
The new system features a series widow will have $27,125.47 on
of 24 "strobeacon" lights with 30 deposit.
million candlepower each. It was "That's enough to bring up
installed recently to aid airplane your children, pay off the
landings on the airport's instru- mortgage, marry a decent man
ment runway and forget she ever knew a bum t
Set in direct line with the run- like you."1
d~i K 111 c~ . sa ~v a~t10 nnfnt intnr~l lfrir

set with contradictions." noted the psychoanalytic interpret
John Hagopian, the English in- of literature.
structor who addressed the Eng- "Dostoyevsky's "Crime and
lish Journal Club Wednesday in ishment" can best be interp
Rackham Assembly Hall. psychoanalytically," Hagopia
"My concern is not with rat or ported. Freud's concepts o
statistics psychology but with unconscious yield a more p
psychoanalytic psychology. Liter- ful insight into the chard
ary questions involve the psychol- than any social. political, orr
ogy of the total human personal- analysis."
ity, not of mechanistic stimulus- "Techniques of psycholog
response behavior, he added. highly relevant to narrative
Freudian Analysis Used dramatic literature and
Narrative and dramatic litera- Freudian perspective may b
Lure are subject to Freudian ana- sential to proper criticism," F
lysis, Hagopian continued. But pian added.
such works as "Paradise Lost,"
"Gulliver's Travels," and "1984"
do not benefit from such treat-Job F t I
ment, since they are not duplica-
tions of individual experience butL oe
commentaries on morals and so- 00K caliea,
cial ideals. T 11
Hagoplan assailed those biog- JilIJIOW Says

tation
Pun-
preted
n re-
f the
ower-
acters
moral
y. are
and
the
e eE-
Hago-

f

r ..ahewho ..varNl+y. .vhorL┬░*.vv
authors in order to understand
their writings. "Dead authors
can't be placed on the psychoana-
lytic couch. The responsibility of
the critic and reader rests in the
work not the author," he declared.
Responds to Fiction
"The emotional response of a
reader toward the piece of art in-
dicates more about the psyche
than the art under question," he
Visitors' Night
Set for Tod1ay*
The astronomy department will
again hold Visitors' Night at 8
p.m. this evening in Rm. 2003,
Angell Hall.
The topic to be discussed to-
night is "Gaseous Nebulae." Rob-
ert I. Johnson, Grad., will speak.
After the lecture, visitors will
be able to view the moon and Mars,
through the telescopes of the Stu-

The job outlook for this June's
graduates is b r i g h t e n i n g, H.
Glenn Ludlow, director of occupa-
tional information at the Univer-
sity said recently.
Total number of firms seeking
1959 graduates will equal, and
perhaps exceed, last year's de-
mand, he explained.
Although the number of firms
desiring campus interviews is 10
per cent less than last year at
this time, Ludlow said he expects
no recruiting cancellations such
as those occurring last spring.
Graduates this year will prob-
ably receive starting pay one or
two per cent higher than last
year's graduates received.
June salaries averaged $400
monthly for nontechnical jobs
and $475 in technical fields. Luc-
low said the greatest demand
comes from the fields of engineer-
ing, electronics, physics, mathe-
matics and accounting.
~~~ ~ ~

oeeimussia
for yourself!
MAUPINTOUR Motoreoach Tpurs.
departing New York
Aug. 12th. Rate inc.
Economy air fare is
$1,154.00

way at iu-oot intervals starting
3,000 feet from the southwest
end of the runway, are the stro-
beacon lights.
The lights flash in sequence at#
1/5,000 of a second, producing a
"fireball" that continually points
a direct line to the runway at
night and in all types of bad
weather. The highly visible "fire-
ball" travels at a speed of 4,100
miles an hour.
The Electronic Flash Approach
System was adopted as standard
by the CAA a year ago, after 10
years of research. It is now sched-
uled for installation at 30 airports
across the country.
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TU'Debaters
To Vie Today
Debaters from the University's
Varsity Debate Squad will meet
debaters from the University of
Chicago, Eastern Michigan Col-
lege and Wayne State University
today and tomorrow in an inter-
collegiate debate.
The topic to be discussed is
"Resolved that further testing of
nuclear weapons be prohibited by
international agreement."

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dent Observatory on the
floor of Angell Hall.

fifth

Contact D. H.
David Stewart at
NO 3-3883

DAILY OFFICIAL BULLETIN

Organization
Notices
Congregational and Disciples Guild,
luncheon discussion, Nov. 21, 12 noon,
Guild House.
Lutheran Student Assoc., Square
Dance, Nov 21, 8-11 p.m., Lane Hall.
Newman Club, "Turkey Trot" -
Square Dance, Nov. 21, 8:30-12 p.m.,
331 Thompson.
a s *
Soil Conservation Soc. of Am. -
Student Chapter, panel of dean and
dept. heads of School of Natural Re-
sources, Nov. 21, 3:30 p.m., 307 W. Med.
Bldg.
* * *
AIEE-IRE, joint meeting with Detroit
section of IRE, Nov 21, 8 p.m., White
Aud., Cooley Bldg., N. Campus. Speak-
er: E. W. Herold, "Controlled Thermo-
nuclear Fusion." Guided tour of Ford
Nuclear Reactor at '1:15 p.m.
* * *
Graduate Outing Club, hiking and
supper, Nov. 23, 2 p.m., meet In back
of Rackham Bldg. (N.W. entrance).

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FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 21, 1958
VOL. LXIX, NO. 57
General Notices
The Stearns Collection of Musical
Instruments will be on display Fri.,
Nov. 21, 4:00-5:00 p.m., Second Floor
Foyer, Hill Aud.
School of Business Administration,
Faculty meeting Fri., Nov. 21 at 3:00
p.m., Room 170.
Krishnamurthy, Grad., president of
the International Students' Association
will speak at the coffee-discussion
hour of the Office of Religious Affairs,
(Continued on Page 5)

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