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TIE MICHIGAN DAILY

Hall Receives Award

invention Stresses Role of Research

reaching the organism prior
birth can cause subtle changes
his systems of development.

to
in

Tranquilizers
Tranquilizers which pregnant
women might take have been
shown to affect the behavior of
the offsprings of experimental
animals. Although the animals
looked normal, subtle difference
were noticeable, Prof. Werboff
said.
Russian scientists claim a radia-
tion dosage as low as one roentgen
will cause behavioral defects in
' man.
Effects of experience early in
life also account for later adjust-
ments, said Prof. Werboff. Mon-
keys raised with a terry cloth
mother proved inadequate as
adults. Monkeys raised in isola-
tion, moreover, seemed to have
the same defects as human schizo-
phreniacs, he explained.
Research Programs
The sessions Saturday included
discussions on research programs
for -the lnentally and physically
handicapped, affects of motor and
perceptual 'differences on learn-
ing, public school programs for
emotionally disturbed /children,'
and other symposiums.
The forum featuring members
of the Department of Public in-
struction answered questions on
policies, regulations, finance, ad-
ministration and legislation of
special education programs.
Panel member Eugene Richard-
son told the group of the two state
aid bills before the Legislature's
Ways and Means Committee. The
bills will provide additional funds
for handicapped and, hopefully,
emotionally disturbed children,
Richardson indicated.
Increases Nominalj
The group cited the problem
that although more funds are ap-
propriated to special education,
more and more areas are being in-
cluded under this heading,'making
actualy increases in funds nomi-
nal.
At the conference luncheon,
William C. Greer, executive sec-
retary of the Council, evaluated
theprogress of the organization.
In the past ten years member-
ship has doubled and by 1971 itj
will have almost doubled again,
possibly making 30,000 members,
'Greer predicted.
G& S Society
Names Cast
For ' Patience
The cast has been chosen for
theGilbert and Sullivan Society's
presentation of "Patience: or
Bunthorne's Bride," by Gilbert
and Sullivan on April 3-6.
Michael Baad, '62, Colonel Cavalry;I
Tom Jennings, '2, Reginald Buxthorne;
Lavetta Loyd, '62, Patience; Richard
Hazzard, '638M, Grosvenor; Dana Krue-
ger, '63, Lady Jane; Martin Widzer, '62,
Major Murgatroyd; Brian Forsyth, '62,
Duke of Dunstable; Betty Hubbard,l
'64, Angela; Henrich Bjoenosjord, Soli-
cltor; and Jeanne Lucas, '63, riaphirT
are the principals.
The chorus Is: Joan Lieber, 65, Becky
Staton, '64, Toni Bilotti, '63, Constance
Zweisel, Ruth Hahn, Katherine Sem-l
piner, '62, Sidni Schwaneke, '64, Mere-
dith Seapy, 64N, Joan Gluckman, '62,
Marian Mueller, Spec, Elana Radley,
'63.
Also in the chorus are: Karl Wil-
liams, '62, John E. Hart, Jay Cranston,
'64. Jack Maer, 163, Harey Tolles, '63,
Peter Kunsmann, '63, Worth Stephen-
son, '63E, Tom Levy, '65, Richard Mun-
dell, Grad, Paul Zweisel, Fred Shippey,'
'62E.
Other members of the cast are:]
Margaret Franks, '63, James Martin,
'65SM, Benjamin Steiner, '62, Roger
Wuertenberger, '63, Steven Straight, '63,
Alloe Enos, '63, Marilyn Bennett, '62,
Sharon Hewitt, '63, Jaet Stagner, '64,
and Marilyn Johnson, '63,
Voice To Present
Peace Seminars
The Peace Education Committee
of Voice Political Party will hold

two seminars today on "The U.S.
Role in the Peace Race." Bill Li-
vant of the Mental Health Re-
search will lead one at 2 p.m. in
the TV Lounge of Jordan Hall and
Marc Pilisuck, also of the Mental
Health Research, at 2:30 in Dining
Room One of West Quad.
Simpson To Give
Lecture on Ballads
Prof. Claude Simpson of Ohio
State University will speak on
"The Ballad and the Case for
Popular Literature" at 4:15 p.m.
tomorrow in Auditorium A. On
Tuesday, Prof. Simpson will be in
the Honors Lounge, UGLI, at 4
p.m. for conferences with students
interested in ballads and folk- r
songs.

Fraternities
Supplement
Rush Period
Open rush, a period designed to
supplement the regular two-week
rush period, will continue through
the end of the semester.
During this time fraternities
may ask interested rushees to par-
ticipate in various house activities.
Bids may be extended and ac-
cepted.
An invitation from the frater-
nity is required in order to partici-
pate, but rushees are not required
to register with Interfraternity
Council.
However, men may register at
the IFC offices in the SAB so that
their names can be sent to frater-
nities.
DIAL 5-6290
WILLIAM CLIFTON
HOLDEN WEBB
i LEO McCAfREYS
SATAN
NEVER
SLEEPS
The crowning
achievement
of the man
'who gave you
"Going My Way"
and "The Bells
0[fSt. Mary'" -

TONIGHT, March 18: 7:30 P.M.
"The Physical Aspect of Marriage"
The Place of Sex in Marital Life
Pregnancy and Childbirth
Medical Advice for Chastity
Dr. Edmond Botch and Dr. Gena Rosa Pahucki
Obstetricians and Gynecologists
WEDNESDAY, March 21: 8:00 P.M.
"Birth Control: Moral and Immoral"
Sexual Abstinence; Ovulary Rhythm; Contraception
Rev. John F. Bradley, Ph.D.
FR. RICHARD CENTER
331 Thompson
ALL WELCOME !

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NEWMAN CLUB PRESENTS
MARRIAGE SERIES

-Daily-Jerome Starr
RECEIVES AWARD-Representing the Japanese government,
The Honorable Takeo Ozawa, Japanese consul general from Chi-
cago, awards Prof. Robert B. Hall of the geography department
the Order of the Sacred Treasure second class. Prof. Hall, found-
er of the University for Japanese Studies was cited for his services
in fostering goodwill between Japan and the United States and his
contributions to the promotion of Japanese Culture.
PROGRAM NOTES:
U ID
'U' layers -to Present
Greene's 'iving_,Room'

NOW!

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THE FIRST LADY OF MYSTERY
AND
MARGARET RUTHERFORD
THE. LAST WORD IN DETECTIVES
BRING YOU A KILLER OF A SUSPENSE YARN...
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Guest Sar JAMES$f t
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CONTINUOUS TODAY FROM 1 P.M.

"The Living Room" by Graham
Green will be presented by the
University Players at 8 p.m. March
21-24 in Lydia Mendelssohn The-
atre.
Electronic Music.. .
"Five Short Compositions of
American Electronic Music" will
be presented by Generation Maga-
zine at 4 p.m. today in the Multi-
purpose Room of the UGLI. The
composers represented will be
Richard Maxfield, Gordon Mum-
ma, Philip Krumm, Robert Ashley
and John Gage. Mumma will in-
troduce the program and discuss
the works.
Pattern and Meaning
Dr. Ross Lee Finney, Composer
in Residence at the University,
will speak on "Pattern and Mean-
ing in Music" at 8:30 p.m.'Sunday
in the Union Ballroom.
Skating Cubs...
The Ann Arbor Figure Skating
Club will present its 20th annual
"Melody on Ice" show at 3:00 p.m.
today at the Michigan Ice Rink.
Stanley Quartet.. .
The Stanley Quartet will give a
concert at 8:30 p.m. Monday in
Rackham Lecture Hall. The con-
cert will include works by Schu-
bert, Beethoven, and Ravel.!
American Culture...
"American Culture in Orbit," a
symposium, will be held at 8:30
p.m. Tuesday in the Union Ball-
room. The fields of Art, Theatre,
Music, Literature and Architecture
are being represented by Dr. Ernst
Scheyer, Prof. Robert C. Schnitzer,
Karl Haas, Dr. William Steinhoff
and Dean Herbert W. Johe of the
school of architecture and design
respectively.
Violin Recital ...
Mrs. Masha Teesing and Mrs.
Sarah Graf will present a Violin
Recital at 8 p.m. Tuesday in Lane
Hall Auditorium.

The Flies' . .
The Eastern Michigan Univer-
sity Players will present Jean-Paul
Sartre's "The Flies" from March
21 to 25 in the Quick Theatre.
Debate ...
The University and Wayne
State University debate teams will
discuss "Are Intercollegiate Ath-
letics Being Overemphasized?" at
4 p.m. March 21 in Rms. 3R-S of
the Union.
Poetry Reading Hour
The Faculty Poetry Reading
Hour will feature Prof. Donald
Hall, Prof. X. J. Kennedy, and
Prof. James R. Squires all of the
English department reading their
own works at 8 p.m. Wednesday in
the Union Ballroom.
John Hooker...
John Lee Hooker, blues singer
and guitarist, will be presented by
the University Folklore Society at
8 p.m. March 22 in the Union
Ballroom.
W olgamot Society...
The John Barton Wolgamot So-
ciety will present Paul Goodman's
play "Jonah" at 8:30 p.m. March
23-24 in the Unitarian Church.
American Ballet
The American Ballet Theatre
will be presented by the University
Musical Society at 8:30 p.m. March
24 in Hill Auditorium.
Classical Lecture .
Prof. John M. Cook of the Uni-
versity of Bristol and Charles Eliot
Norton, Lecturer of the Archaeol-
ogical Institute of America will
present an illustrated lecture on
"Smyrna and Early Ionia" at 4:10
p.m. Wednesday in Aud. B.
The lecture is under the aus-
pices of the Department of Classi-
cal Studies and the Ann Arbor So-
ciety, Archaeological Institute of
America.

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WEDNESDAY. March.21, at 8
at HILLEL
4th Lecture (Illustrated) of "An Inquiry
into The Jew in Western Civilization "
Eugene I. Schuster of Eastern Michigan University
"Jewish Artists Under A Curse"
All Invited 1429 Hill St.
UNIVERSITY LECTURES IN- JOURNALISM {

CHALLE NGE

PAUL

S.

SWENSSON

Executive Director, The Newspaper Fund
of The Wall Street Journal
will speak on:
THE PROFESSION OF JOURNALISM IN OUR TIME

Tues., March 20
at 3 P.M.

Rackham
Amphitheatre

Public cordially invited

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FOLKLORE SOCIETY

CREATIVE ARTS FESTIVAL

*JOHN LEE HOOKER,*
Only person to appear at both the Newport Folk Festival
and the Newport Jazz Festival!
C'est homme, il est le chanteur americain de 'Blues' le

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