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January 14, 1961 - Image 2

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Oe Announces Program BndP-n
tQ wil spea r:.' Concert Glaser T o Launch Fagerburg Lectures,.,,.
tioni and the Population Explo- tical science department will speak'UCo crGls rTLa n h F gb rgecus
quium sion." Dr. Vogt is the national March 19 on "The Ideological
ge of director of the Planned Parent- Struggle: Communism vs. Western " A former University professor
ogram hood Federation of America. Democracy." He will draw from e fore T rEEand winner of the 1960 Nobel acclaimed by physicist as ranking In esence, the bubble chamber window'of the chamber, ph
y by "Social Change and the Erosion his impressions of a conferenece 11 Prize in physics, Donald A. Glaser, in importance with the atom is filled with a dense, clear super- can photograph these trails
Glick, of Tradition" will be the topic in New Delhi which he will at- Band der the is scheduled to open the first an- smasher. heated liquid which is placed in this information, they can
of the second meeting, Feb. 26. tend in February. nual Dewey F. Fagerburg Memor- Allows Detection the path of speeding atomic par great deal about the aton
e PrQ- Prof. David Apter of the political The second session on "The direction of Prof. Wilam D. r ial Lecture series, sponsored by the "It made possible the detetion
wynote science department of the Uni- Ideological Struggle" will be Mar. velli of the music school, will pre-U er Phoenix Project, with and observation of high energy tires. When thed, artiylesv l eus andethef
vn of versity of Chicago will be the main 26 and will concern "Neutralism." sent its annual winter concert a talk on "Elementary Particles atomic particles produced by the hind, for a split second, trails of Ree r
nation speaker. Later in the semester he Prof. Aloo Dastur, chairman of the 4:15 p.m. tomorrow in Hill Aud. an th BnbblemCnamr laomic arce s roae bs th ind plit soa. Revsr asel Awari
ness." will leave for The Congo Republic department of politics at the Uni- This will be the last concertthe the Bube Chaber. d lversityat in 149. Six years
eneral to do further research on the sub- versity of Bombay, will be the band will give before its tour of ; Thelreo bg pred. byatersh whic pothewe Dean Ralph the fuid pandt shatter them, the he received the usse y
jet main speaker. She is now guest the :Soviet Union, eastern Europe a dinner honoring Prof. Glaser, have been possible,"'Da ap h li n hte teteh eevdteRse
ei Two Universr akr the nisiy nof West ad cetn Miteraen cun will be held at 8:30 p.m., Jan. Sawyer, vice president in charge resulting fragments also leave which is presented each ,
Pning Two University faculty members lecturer at the University of West and certain Mediterranean oun-5 in the Rackham Lecture Hall. of research said trails. By placing a camera at the an outstanding young
rnoon will speak at the March 5 meeting Virginia and will be at Valparaiso tries during the spring semester. I5 in th esta sere Hllo- emember whose work "aioldl
collo- on The Role of the Elites: In- University next semester. Tomorrow's program will ope" tures by distinguished scholars future promise.
tellegentsia, Military and Tradi- Open Meeting with "Procession of the Nobles" tures by distnguishe sholrsd In 1957, he receivedtithe C
tional," Prof. Morris Janowitz of The last in the Sunday discus- from "Mlada" by Rimsky-Korsa- who done w in field Vernon oys Prize of the P
Vo the sociology department will con- sion groups will be an open meet- kov. Other selections will include: of-. h Sciety of London, citing h
evolu- sider the role of the military and ing on April 16. There will be stu- the overture to Giuseppe Verdi's Glaser left the University phy- . . . . . . . . . . . ..his"dstin.gu.hedresearch
Prof. Robert I. Crane of the his- dent presentations and general opera "Nabucco;" "Symphony for sics department last summer topeimental phycs
tory department will speak on discussion. A speaker may be Band" by Morton Gould, "Praelu- join the faculty of the University He has served as a consl
the traditionlrolescheduled. dium and Allegro" by Vittorio Gi- of California. He was awarded the the 5stitute for Nuclear I
In addition to the main re- annini; "Elegy and Fanfare" by Nobel Prize in November for the at the Untversity qf Chica
To Be Announced '"lg adFn
A speaker for the March 5 meet- source speaker at each meeting, Roger Nixon; and "Finale from "bubble chamber" he developed has also lectured at the
'nAointonlscho otPy
rs ing on "Economic Development- there will be a discussion group Symphony No. 1 in G Minor" by while at the University, working national jchool of P/y
grntfomte henx ntonlScol fP!s
Socialist and Capitalist Systems" with members drawn from the Vassili Kalinnikov. under a grant from t oen Ravenna,Itly.
of the will be announced later. University, the Ann Arbor corn- The program will feature Rafael Project.WBF y
Prof. Richard Park of the Poll- munity and neighboring schools. Mendez on the trumpet. WatacheddeetrPb h
I ill The idea for the bubble chamber 'A fudh e ltupey rei
ir in r of the late DeweyFren
AghrA I Awas created as Prof. Glaser was , . y y .F member of the first Phoeni
Adopt Academic Robes iAfterOppositionatting in ynAnn:Arbor
tellec- r.i ~ rads~digtefaigato t e xcupprstive mparigno
itries," from an uncapped bottle of beer. tes.
ue BMICHAELOLINICHe developed the concept that the "Iu establishing this let
ed to withstand attack. The legal ing at the door. As the proces- beer foamed after it was struck /e"Ino blh this et
ficul- With a mild warning that, to- and medical scholars served notice sion approached, with Dean Mar- by a particle of matter from the 'wronoruboter oFaghe
t ,In day is the last day for ordering that anyone appearing on campus tin L. D'Ooge and President James atmosphere, aided by heat around tropgcspporterof the P
svern-aps and gowns for February in such dress would be forcibly dis- B. Angell at the head, the Laws the bottle. opewho attained sciences
oac C ncemenrobedtiflashed into action. He concluded that the same haward,"t Prof. Henry J.c
proachCommencement, the reminscent The late Prof. Orma Fitch But- Dean Demands principle could be adapted for the director of the project, S
rnd-cllekdfsoo t-hinstorofler, curator of archaeological col- "Dean D'Ooge demanded,'Young study of collisions between sub- is particularly fitting, to
recalled some of the history of lections for the University, report- gentlemen, young gentlemen, what atomic particles hurled by atom sProf. Glaser initiated his w
kows ed the battle this way: does this mean?' smashers. By passing the particleshhn
kosversity. tebbl hme ne
senta- Teitl s'Lits' Set Day "His question was ignored and through a suitable liquid, Prof. trom the chaeruerta
The literarycollege mass of 1894 "The gown-wearing 'bits' set the invaders reached for the first Glaser thought he could find a from the Phoenix Project w
he two was the first group to don these the day on which they were to gown. Just then Angell went into trail of bubbles which could beothe fu rep i bg
.n the robes for commencement exer- appear, and the turbulent 'senior action. Beaming upon the van- photographed. . ed to lcnor a disting
list in cisesThey were not immediately Laws' prepared for a fracas. The das with his most genial smile he His search for financial support o ho a disini
e con- accepted, however, as an opposi- dean of the law school, learning inquired, 'Can I do anything for of the theory was unsuccessful BUBBLE CHAMBER-Prof. Dnald Glaser demnonstrates the contributin to the advan
i dOf- tion was formed by students in of their designs, scheduled an ex- you, gentlemen?' The enemy until the Phoenix Project invested Nobel Prize winning project which he developed at the University of scientific knowledge
the law and medical schools. amination in order to keep them sheepishly disappeared." $1,500 in the idea. The "bubble under a grant from the Phoenix Project. He is now affiliated peacetime atomic energy
speak When told that it was an old fully occupied during the danger Late that night, however, a chamber" is now a $35 million wth the University of California at Berkeley. Gombeg added.
on the English custom to use academic period. formal challenge was sent to the research project and has been
Coin- dress on important occasions, they "Th'e junior 'Laws' then took up literary college seniors by the law -___________________________
cracy. are reported to have replied, "I the cudgels. The"Lits' met in Uni- and medical students. The battle
suppose then that if someone told versity Hall, donned their robes is said to have been long and furi- CREATED BY REGENTS
you it was raining in England, and went to the chapel in a body. ous, but the "Lits" defeated their
you'd turn up your trousers." All was calm until they started to nightshirted opponents. .Burea Conducts ResearcCAFEROET
I The literary college seniors leave after the service. Tradition Begins ---US EastWilliam_
bought gowns anyway and prepar- "The junior 'Laws' were wait- A campus tradition of a night-- Tratntng' noabor Relations
d ident and was an annual event un-
lustrial S u e t I ~ i n e r w e h e d r otI I I ~ t i
Mude BookExchanga ie toeofrthemeleanr teir By GEORGE LEVIN keep executives up to date in the TO N IG HT'*
i Mer- emarchers and invaded the General The Bureau of Industrial Re- study of personnel techniques.
. Mers- r O enyJ ri g E xam s Library. Such parades were abol- lations at the University is dedi- The research division searches Continuous entertainment.9- P
DuargeE xs "Awealth of customs and rules in the field of labor relations, the labor relations field, Prof. door charge 75c/person
ersthat'hase grown out of the use of aca- Prof. George S. Odiorne of the Odiorne said. Many times this is
ael M. By RITA SHIELDS week of demic gowns," the clerk said. "Dif- business school, director of the done in cooperation with indus-
ae .we fclasses, Feb. 13-17. There B dtry.
rid Al- The Student Book Exchange are no sales on Sunday. ferences in color and design exist Bureau said.t h function of thiosnil -oANNuARBtR CaVnC THEATRE
Runiors will reopen during the examina- fo ahlrs atrs n o- TeBra sdvddit ieThe to~ furnction ofthe ecing N RO II HAR
tion period for textbook sales in The Student Book Exchange is torate degrees. All hoods, how- areas of action: references, pub- tte is tostrengthen the tadminis-
Rm. 528C of the Student Activi- a self-supporting organization ever, are lined with the traditional lishing of books, managerial train- program in the business admA T s-
ties Bldgmanaged by Fred Riecker, '63. maize and blue." ing program, research and tration school.
The Exchange is a Student Gov- strengthening the teaching pro-
ernment Council sponsored serv- COLLEGE ROUNDUP: gralues braryANDERSON'S
books for University students. T The reference section includes
There is a 10 Per cent service Illinoi1s Study Rec nu e dus the library of industrial relations. A nointm ernts
charge for hard-covered books and S dyThe library is the second oldest
Th0 ersen a h10 gefcenterie- lif SFp
acks,hpe cent charge for paper -Voluntary ROTC Program of its kind in the United States j
4 bck, hih s se fr x-and has the largest collection of To .'W'eeken d-
change expenses,
change expenses. ~~books in the midwest in that field. O IH t8 ietdb
Banks may be brought to the UTRBANA-CHAMPAIGN, Ill.-AbokIntemdstithtfl. Also- part of this section is the Three new ,appointments have $ONGH 75 8dieTed HbEUSE
Exchnge from 3:30 to 5:30 p.m. ROTC study committee at the dent Frederick L. Hovde, from Dr Michigan Index to Labor Union been made to the Spring Wehave.5 TED HESEL
during examinations, and from 1 University of Illinois released a Leroy Burney, surgeon general of Periodicals which has been de- central committee, Gary Roggan, LYDIA MENDELSSOHN THEATRE
to 5 p.m. during registration. Any report recommending that effec- the United States and chief of period as benth - cent'al committee Gry Roganr
other books will be accepted from tive September 1961, basic ROTC the Public Health Service. in biblographic material, Prof. man said yesterday.e
3:30 to 5:30 p.m. Monday and become voluntary at the univer- The money was provided to in sai sa yested the__hreeappon_-
Tuesday of the following week, sity. complete and equip the "small Odiorne sa Rg ments as Mary Schmidt, ' , who
The first books to be sold will The report adds that ROTC animal" building as a part of the The Bureau publishes many men aMary Schmidt, '63,tw;
be those brought in during ex- should remain on this basis "un- Lilly Life Sciences Bldg. books, some of which have been will be in charge of Friday events;
amination weeks, less after a trial period of at least * . described as classics. Stacy Felngod 63, who will head
Students can pick up money re- three years it becomes obvious a CAMBRIDGE, Mass. - Twenty The managerial training pro- the committee for awards and The Michigan Union and Women's LddgB
ceived for their books between 3 voluntary program will not enable students at Harvard University gram s consists of a ser of 20 jde and e ema r '62.
s n e and 5 p.m. Mar. 6-9. Unclaimed the university to meet its fair will spend next summer teaching nightresent
ission money will not be mailed until share of responsibility ,,.:'. English in secondary and teacher PU s. nteae fmngra At the same time Roggan listed
Mar. 15. However, David D. Henry, pres- training schools in Tanganyika as Also in the area of managerial the following housing units Which
money will not e maied u til hare of re ponsbiliy ,~, ." nglih in secon ary nd t ache theuureaerunha twnthe foll wing housiguuntsawitwo
e re- At the same time money is be- ident of the University, said he part of the Phillips Brooks House training, n h sm-r- --wk--ehrfrhe" ek
series ing collected, unsold books will be does not "see any way to imple- Africa Project. week cous in the umeran end" events: Pi Delta Pi-Alpha
. For returned. A 25 cent search fee ment the recommendations by In addition to teaching English,
in 1,P erannel department. of a Delta Pi, Psi Upsilon-Collegiate - I- T-- - I -

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Latt C
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59 or and all advance payments must September." the PBH group will live and workn '1eu wSorosis, Sigma Alpha Epsilon-
be paid to the Exchange first. Henry said the report has been on a cooperative settlement in company, Prof. Odiornead Kappa Alpha Theta, Sigma Alpha
Books unclaimed at this time will released at this time for study by Tanganyika. A third aspect of the Supplementing the summer pro- Mu-Alpha Phi, Sigma Nu-Pi SKIING AT HOLIDAYHILL
ebecome the property of the Ex- all concerned with its recoin- project is an extension of the type gram and the seminars is a se- Beta Phi, Sigma Phi Epsilon-SAT HOLI DnYcHDILL
change. mendations. He added he particu- of social work that PBH now does ries of 28 conferences in the De- Kappa Kappa Gamma, Tau Delta
Persons interested in buying larly wants to have reactions of in the Boston area. troit, Grand Rapids, Battle Creek- Phi-Sigma Kappa, Tau Epsilon
books can shop between 1 and 5 members of the Committee on * * * Kalamazoo and Flint areas to Phi-Bush House, Theta Chi--n TRA V
any afternoon during the four- Military Affairs and deans of the CHAPEL HILL, N.C. (UPS) - Alpha Chi Omega, Theta Delta
day registration period. colleges whose curricula and pro- "Got Plenty of Nothin'" was Chi-Kappa Delta, Theta Xi-Chi
The Excharge will also sell books grams would be affected. chorused on the screen of the Library H ours Omega. Zeta Beta Tau-Gamma
from 3 to 5 p.m. during the first Col. Clair M. Worthy, head of Carolina Theater last week, but Phi Beta, Van Tyne House-Pal- Feb. 10-12
the military science department, the refrain outside was "All-Col- et erHouse, Taylor House-Mosher
said Thursday that despite the ored cast, but-in Chapel Hill- Hall, Gomber House -Newberry $29.00 all inclusi
stated reasons for the recommen- all-white audience." Hall, Scott House-Stockwell Hall,
O rchestras dations he is "opposed to volun- Advertisements f or George The General Library will oper- Kelsey House-Seeley House, Alpha
tary ROTC" and his position that Gershwin's folk opera "Porgy and ate under standard schedule dur- Delta Phi-Thronson House, Alpha
L_ compulsory ROTC is necessary to Bess" served as backdrop for four ing finals, except that it will be Tau Omega-Delta Delta Delta, Sign up at League fJndergrad Offices 9-5 Mon.-Fr,
get enough reserve officers has quiet, but determined pickets- open from 8 a.m.-10 p.m., Jan. 21 Chi Phi-Alpha Gamma Delta,
not been changed, two white, two Negro-who hoist- and Jan. 28 and 2 p.m.-10 p.m., Delta Chi-Alpha Chi Delta, Delta
B udA A In listing reasons for its rec- ed signs in front of the theater Jan. 22-29. Feb. 2-12, the library Sigma Phi-Phi Mu, Delta Tau
Uor ommeindation, the study commit- protesting the management's re- will be open from 8 a.m.-5 p.m., Delta-Alpha Epsilon Phi, Delta
tee, which was formed last March, fusal to admit Negro patrons. and closed on the weekends. Reg- Upsilon-Sigma Delta Tau, Evans
1103 S. University NO 2-6362 wrote that it does not believe i The signs bore directives - ular hours will begin Feb. 13. Scholars-Betsy Barbour, Adams
valid argument exists for retain- "Protest Segregation Policy of The Undergraduate Library will House-Jordan Hall, Cooley House
ing compulsory basic ROTC be- Management" and "We Enjoy be open until midnight on Feb. 21 -Elliot House, Wenley House-
cause of its value either as citi- Movies Too!" Another carried the and 28. Feb. 2-12 the library will Kleinstuck House, Phi Epsilon-
zenship or partial preparedness "All-Colored Cast-But in Chapel be open 8 a.m.-5 p.m. and closed Delta Phi Epsilon, Phi Gamma
training. Hill-all-white audience" mes- on the weekends. On all other Delta-Delta Gamma, Phi Kappa
" « " sage. days and beginning Feb. 13, the Psi-Zeta Tau Alpha, Phi Kappa
- DIAL 5-6290 WEST LAFAYETTE, Ind.-Pur- The plan followed by the dem- library will follow its regular Tau-Alpha Omicron Pi, Phi
due University has received a grant onstrators called for employing a schedule. Sigma Delta-Phi Sigma Sigma.
ENDING TODAY of $65,270 from the United States "shift system," replacing the four
Public Health Service for health pickets each hour with four new
research facilities, according to a sign-hoisters, insuring a continu- TONIGHT -n SUNDAY
wire received recently by Presi- ous parade. TONtGHn
DIALpresnts ------ REMBRANDT"
NO 2-6264
r> .:_Ai hO'UABIA Elizabeth Taylor is superb! F
i _ wiiogicfL. h-Peswick. Journal-Amnerican CharPCL [1 i niintnn _EsnLdlnenStEr.

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