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AUGUST 5,1960

THE MICHIGAN DAILY

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ical Scientists Plan
'national Meeting Here

ussions of political behavior_
he Peculiar problem of coun-
with varied religions will
&tured at the International

my Man
' Visit 'U'

Lssistant Secretary of the Army
hard S. Morse will tour the
iversity's Willow Run Labora-
ies today.
dorse, director of research and
'elopment for the Secretary of
Army, and other top military,
I scientific personnel will be
ed on the Army's lkng range
Jett for advancing its combat
veillance and target-acquisi-
n capabilities, Project MICHI-
1N.
eorge H. Lee,.chief scientist
the ordnance office, Col.
alter T. Kerwin, Col. Frederick
Quist, Col. Oscar Goodhand,
d Harold C. Weber, all of the
earch and development office
I also visit the laboratories.

Political Science Association here
in September.
Over 40 political scientists will
attend the four day conference
from Sept. 12 - 15, under the aus-
pices of the American Political
Science Association.
Meetings for the group which
meets every other year between
I P SA international congresses,
will be held in Rackham Amphi-
theatre.
Prof. James K. Pollock, chair-
man of the political science de-
partment and former IPSA presi-
dent, and E. M. Kirkpatrick, per-
manent secretary of the APSA,
are in charge of local arrange-
ments.
Top officials of the IPSA plan-
ning to attend the conference next
month are President J a c q u e s
Chapsal, director of the Institute
of Political Study in Paris, and
maghtigh of Geneva, Switzerland.
The IPSA executive committee
will meet one day before and after
the scheduled conference dates.
The meetings will be open to
University faculty and students,
space permitting.

"ONE OF THE FINEST FILMS THE
JAPANESE HAVE MADEI"-r ..wM.
"VERY BEAUTIFUL:.. a delicate story of infi-
delity and deception ... bright and sharp. and
poignant...fascinating-to watchP"-,=eor ,ear.&.
*** i* "Japan'smost popularactress,Hideko
Takamine,.is a beautiful and graceful creature
whose every movement is artfully expressed!"
--Cow..r',;Doiy New
"An unusual and worthwhile movie,
beautifully photographed, exceed.
ingly well-performed!".-ssi;. mine'

Set Shapiro
To Direct
Law Body
E. Donald Shapiro e has been
named the first director of the
University and Wayne State Uni-
versity Institute of Continuing
Legal Education beginning this
month.
The Institute was established by
the University, Wayne State and
the State Bar of Michigan in
January, 1960, operating on a self-
sustaining basic. Prof. Charles
Joiner of the Law School heads
the executive committee.
Shapiro, who conducted a suc-
cessful Young Lawyers Seminar
for Institute earlier this year and
has edited a three-volume "Mihhi-
gan Basic Practice Series", will
also serve on the University law
faculty.
He received his undergraduate
degree from Dickinson College,
Carlisle, Pa., and his law degree
from Harvard University in 1956.
He was previouslya professor at
the Detroit College of Law and
an instructor at Boston Univer-
sity.
Development
Gifts Reported
The University's Development
Council obtained gifts and grants
totalling nearly $1.4 million in
the last year, the annual report
issued by Director Alan W. Mac-
Carthy states.
They.Capital Gifts program led
the list with $991,000 and approxi-
mately $390,000 was obtained from
17,500 contributors to the Michi-
gan Alumni Fund.
Contributions to the Phoenix
Memorial Atomic Research Pro-
gram, whose s u p p o r t is coordi-
nated by the Development Coun-
cil, were not included in the re-
port. The Phoenix total was $1.9
million.
An outside survey lists the Uni-
versity Development Council as
first among similar programs in
the Western Conference, for 1959.
Republicans
Reelect Hobbs
Washtenaw County Republicans
have reelected Wendell Hobbs of
Ann Arbor as chairman.
Other officers named yester-
day are: Mrs. Beverly Houston,
Dexter, vice - chairman; Douglas
Reading, Ann Arbor, treasurer:
and Jacqueline Royal, Pittsfield
Twp., secretary.

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SEE VERY
BEGINNING--
Surely you do not have your meat course after your
dessert at dinner. You will therefore understand why
we are so insistent that you enjoy PSYCHO from
start to finis4, exactly as we intended that it be served.
We won't allow you to cheat yourself. Every theatre
manager, everywhere, has been instructed to
admit no one after the start of each perform-
ance of PSYCHO. We said no one -not
even the manager's brother, the President
of the United States or the Queen of Eng.
land (God bless her).
To help you cooperate with this extraordinary
policy, we are listing the starting times below.
Treasure them with your life-or better yet, read

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off corner of
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opposite Campus
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Parking at rear
of store.

STARTS TODAY
FEATURE STARTS AT
1:15 --3:25 - 5:25
7:35-9:35

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DINNERS from $1.75
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Enjoy the finest in
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skillfully broiled to pier-
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