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October 06, 1960 - Image 8

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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

Registration Troubles City

Space Race 'Obsession'
May Waste Manpower

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SENIORS!
Senior Pictures have been extended
TODAY
is the last day to make appointments

fly RALPH KAPLANt
"America's continued obsessiont
with the space race as a political
struggle may scientifically bank-
rapt the country and result in a
vast waste of manpower," Prof.
Richard B. Morrison of the aero-
nautical engineering departmentE
said yesterday.
Speaking at a luncheon meeting
of the American Institute of
Chemical Engineers, Prof. Morri-
son said America needs to reevalu-
ate its program from a scientific,
rather than a political, viewpoint.
Failure to do so "may result in
Petitioners
File at SGC
Petitions for Student Govern-
ment Council were taken out yes-
terday by Ted Parnall, '63, and
Dennis Shafer, '63.
They joined Lynn Bartlett, '63,
and Philip Power, Grad., wtio had
already secured petitions.
The new SGC Committee on
Membership in Student Organiza-
tions closed its petitioning yes-
terday as Wallace K. Sagendorph,
'61, and Joe Luttrell, '63, took out
the last petitions.
Others who petitioned are: Mar-
ilyn Frank, '62, Gerald Edson, '63,
Marshall Smith, '62, James Seder,
'61, Jeffrey Rubenstein, '63, Rob-
ert Ross, '63; Sylvia Berliner, '63;
Arnold Taub, '62; Sharon Jeffrey,
'63; Martin Lipp, '62; Thomas
Francis, '62; Paul Rathray, '63;
Patrick McGovern, '61; Judith
Shepard, '63; Robert Greenes, '62;
Ron Gregg, '61; and Vaso Medigo-
vich, '63E.
Guitarist Montoya
To Discuss Art

the United States constantly
chasing Russia in Russia's best
fields instead of leaving them be-
hind in America's best fields," he
claimed.
Russians Lead
Russia has taken a lead on
emphasis on heavy warheads and
payloads, or the weight which an
aircraft can carry, Prof. Morrison
explained, because they began
these programs years before the
United States.
"The United States has sent up
instruments which have scientific
capabilities the Russians can't
match," said Prof. Morrison, "and
this is what we should concentrate
on," he added.
Prof. 'Morrison explained that
emphasis on a big payload is
wasteful from a scientific point
of view and noted that the mis-
siles Jupiter, Redstone, Atlas and
Titan are all military rockets.
Probe High Altitudes
"The idea of the University's
Rambler project was an inexpen-
sive, high altitude probe for pure-
ly scientific reasons with a light
satellite."
Prof. Morrison said that this
type of probe should be done more
often in the United States, but
commented that such a simple
probe "is against the American
crash program."
A result of this crash program
policy, Prof. Morrison claimed,
has been such wasteful projects as
the $9 million Atlas Able failure
which was "seeking data which
could have been obtained by a
less extravagant instrument."
Perhaps one reason for Russia's
lead over America in the space
race is "the American lack of
courage in trying new ideas in a
motor system," Prof. Morrison
said.

Daily
Classifieds

Diag 10-4
will NOT be taken next semester

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Carlos Montoya, flamenco gui-
tarist, will discuss his work and
his art in an open house at the
Cafe Promethean from 2 to 3 p.m.
today. He is in Ann Arbor for his
performance at 8:30 p.m. tomor-
row at Ann Arbor High School.
Montoya is unique in his art
in that he creates his own ar-
rangements and compositions as
he plays, in the true Spanish
gypsy tradition.

JOSH WHITE
SAT. NIGHT
October 29
Tickets on sale
Today at
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Katie + Medley: Tanga Tika and Toerau " With Her Head Tucked
Underneath Her An t Carrier Pigeon " Bimini * Raspberries,
Strawberries * Mangwani Mpulele - With You My Johnny " The
Hunter * arewell Adelita. (S) T1.2
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WE GO
AGAIN
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haul Away * The Wanderer " 'Round About The Mountain "
Oleanna " The Unfortunate Miss Bailey " San Miguel " E Inu
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STEREO CONCERT Parma * Three Jolly Coachmen * South Coast
Coplas-They CallThe Wind Maria - Zombie Jamboree-" Ton
Dooley " The Merry Minuet * Raspberries Strawberries " When
The Saints Go Marching In. (stereo only) ST 1183
AT LARGE M.T.A. " Al My Sorrows * BIow Ye Winds * Corey,
Corey " The Seine e I Bawled " Good News * Getaway John'E
The Long Black Rifle + Early Morning * Scarlet Ribbons -
Remember The Alamo. (5) T U99
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HUNGRY I Tic, Tic, 'ie *Gue, Gus * Dorie * South Coast."
Zombie Jamboree * Wimoweh " New York Girls *'They Call The
Wind Maria " The Merry Minuet '* Medley: Shady Grove and,
k{Lonesome Traveler * When The Saints Go Marching In. T1107
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$anua " Tom Dooley * Fast Freight " Hard, Ain't It Hard * Saro
Jane * Sloop John B * Santo Anno * Scotch and Soda " Coplas
Little Maggie. T 996

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