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December 07, 1960 - Image 2

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THEMICHIGANDAILY

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COLLEGE ROUNDUP: AffiliatesI
Two Students Arrested
Members of eight sororit
,7 1 fraternities 'will hold 'Cli:
After Texas BombingneeC
parties for 254 area childr
week.
AUSTIN-Two students of the They will entertain chil
University of Texas were arrested strated a policy of segregation on the University Hospital,
by Austin police last week, less the grounds of race, ethnic group Nursery School, St. Joseph
than 24 hours after a home-made or religious affiliation. This would Hospital, Ypsilanti State IB
bomb exploded at the university Include written exclusion clauses and Ann Arbor Communit
YMCA outside a meeting urging ter.
integration of a regional restau- or unwritten agreements. "The Inter-fraternity C
rant chain. * * * will coordinate the parties
Attending the meeting discuss- TEMPE, Ariz. - The Arizona were started in 1950 for the
ing the current drive to desegre- State University nuclear energy ren of Ann Arbor," said
gate the restaurants were 25 mem- program received a financial boost Dow, '62, publicity chairmar
bers of the Social Action Com- of $25,875 from the Atomic Energy individual fraternities ma
mittee of the University Religious Commission to purchase a sub- parties for underprivileged c
Council. The bomb was placed critical nuclear reactor. The grant pitalized children in coop
opposite the door of the meeting will enable the university to enter with sororities."
room and against the wall of a nuclear engineering laboratory The first party will be gi
stairwell leading to the basement. work. It will also provide for the Delta Tau Delta fraternil
"Charges against the students expansion of laboratory facilities Delta Delta sorority at
have not been filed," Assistant expansion of laboratory instruc- today at University Hospi
Chief of Police R. B. Laws said. tion into the field of nuclear re- The affiliates will provi
They were arrested after being actor design, hours of holiday activities:
"too careless in theirdconversa-
tion," Laws said. "It didn't take
us long to get a lead." B'NAI B'RITH HIILEL FOUNDATION
This has been the first incident
of violence connected with inte- TONIGHT
gration in Austin. PROF. FREDERICK WYATT
H T s of the psychology department, speaks on
CHAMPAIGN-The National As- " H O EO H E '
sociation for the Advancement of THE ROLE OF THE JEW ON THE
Colored People voted Tuesday to INTELLECTUAL SCENE"
pass two resolutions against al- fourth lecture in the series
leged discriminatory practices at "A look aouthe Jewish Community in America"
the University of Illinois.
the university chapter hWED., DEC.7,8 P.M. 1429 Hill
The universitychpe of the "
NAACP resolved that the univer- ALL ARE WELCOME
sity, beginning not later than
Sept. 1, 1961, should furnish all
prospective rushees of fraternities
and sororities with information
concerning the racial, ethnic and
religious policies of the organiza-
tions with chapters on campus.
The NAACP also resolved that PERFORMANCES THRU SUNDAY
the University, by not later than
Sept. 1, 1963, should withdraw
recognition from any social or-
ganizations which have demon- UNIVERSITY PLAYERS - Dept. of Speec-
Sean O'Casey's wayward comedy
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