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ompares Buddhism, Atheism
NDEA Aids 'WITNESS FOR PEACE':
'U' Students Quakers Maintain Vigil Outside Pentagon
The Indians believe -in trans-
migration, or the transfer of the
spirit after death. They consider
revelation, or Buddist "Nirvana,"
as a release from their involve-
ment in lower states.
Some early groups believed that
certain people went to a paradise
after they had worked up to a
state of "goodness," Wayman said.
It was only a temporary escape,
he added, because when they had
"used up" their reward, they fell
back into a lower state.
Stay in World
Later Buddhists still recognized
the possibility of escape, but pre-
ferred to remain in the world im-
bued with compassion for the suf-
fering of others.
A present group, the equivalent
of Zen Buddhism in China, is not
concerned with "attaining a realm,
beyond time, but to obtain the
secret of the present," he said.
The University has loaned un-
der the National Defense Educa-
tion Act program $602,515 to 842
individuals since the program
started in February, 1959, Assist-
ant Dean of Men John Bingley
The University has received and
loaned $250,000 of the $1,864,389
allotted under the program for
Michigan's 41 colleges and uni-
versities for this year.
The NDEA loan program has
been attacked because of its loy-
alty oath and disclaimer affidav-
Although some universities have
withdrawn from the program be-
cause of their objections to the
affidavit, this University would
not do so because such action
would deny many students an op-
portunity to go to college, Bing-
No student who applied for an
NDEA loan here had questioned
the disclaimer affidavit, he said,
but he did not know how many
students who would otherwise
have applied did not bother be-
cause of the affidavit.
A bill which proposed replace-
ment of the affidavit with crim-
inal penalties for students who
accept NDEA loans while members
of the Communist Party or any
o t h e r subversive organization
which was supported by Presi-
dent Harlan Hatcher, died in
Congress this summer.
Lo indicated that a draft Plan Service
of a recommended resolution
would be submitted to the councilo
within two weeks. To Airports
In the interim, city administra-
tors and councilmen agreed to Student Government Council
meet with spokesmen of the Ann Willopolitan bus service reserva-
Arbor Licensees and officials of tions are now available at the
the State Liquor Control Commis- Student Government Council of-
sion to discuss specific measures. fices in the Student Activities
In other action, the council Building, Arthur Rosenbaum, '62,
voted to reappraise property val- said yesterday.
ues of land schedules to be pur- Rosenbaum, chairman of the
chased for the new city hall build- SGC Student Activities Commit-
ing which was also authorized in tee, said buses to Willow Run will
the Nov. 8 referendum. run all day next Wednesday.
Hatchers To Hold Open fouse
Sponsored By Union, League
President and Mrs. Harlan tr
Hatcher will hold their second oducing them informally to the
open house of the year from 3 Preidentand his wife," David
t5 p.m. today. Baron te, '62E, Union social com-
tThe open house, co-sponsored Imte chairman, said.
by the Union and the -eague Is The open house is open to all
designed to give students a chance University students.
to meet the President and his wifeHUnion and League will serve the
in an informal atmosphere.
"These open houses help make Iurefreshments and introduce the
the students feel as though they students to President and Mrs.
are part of the University byin- Hatcher. Students will also have
an opportunity to see the Hatch-
GP To1d The Friars, a group of singers
Jo iO from the Men's Glee Club, will
Ii entertain with a medley of their
The turn-out in the past has
SJunior Girls' Play will hold abeen excellent, Baron saiG
mass meeting at 7:15 p.m. today in
the Iussey Room of the Michigan NewArt Exibit .
League, Central Committee Chair-
man Penny Thewalt, '62, has an- To Open At UGLI
The committee will inform jun- A new art exhibition, "Litho-
for women about the play, and graphs of Fantin Latour" will be
women may sign up for committee opened today on the main floor
work on the project at that time. of the UGLI. The exhibit was
Tryouts for parts will be held $ arranged by the University Mu-
Nov. 29 to Dec. 1. seum of Art.
THURSDAY, FRIDAY, SATURDAY--this week
University Players present Opera Workshop, School of Music
"THE FLYING DUTCHMAN" Wagner
"HANSEL AND GRETEL" Humperdinck
"I PAGLIACCI" Leoncavallo
TRUEBLOOD AUD., Frieze Bldg., 8:00 P.M.
Tickets ovailable from 12 noon daily at Trueblood Aud. box office
December 1, 2, 3
Matinee Oec. 3
Tickets at Michigan Union
November 14 thru 23
1:15 to 5:00 Daily
ACTORS, WRITERS, COMMITTEE PEOPLE
WORK ON HILLEL}APOPPIN
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QUAKERS FACE PENTAGON-Standing in the early morning
sun, members of the Religious Society of Friends (Quakers)
maintain a long line before one of the sides of the Pentagon.
They had walked from downtown Washington, D.C. to the cen-
tral headquarters of the Defense Department as a way of "re-
dedicating ourselves to the cause of peace."
That "Room at
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TOMORROW, 8:30 P.M.
U. of M. Platform Attractions
Great Scenes from Broadway Hits .
an evening with
also - starring
Nancy Wickwire * Basil Langton
Tom Clancy * Pauline Flanagan
*"ULYSSES" by James Joyce
"A THURBER CARNIVAL" by James Thurber
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