THE MICHIGAN DAILY
TUESDAY, MAY 8, 1962
E TWO THE MICHIGAN DAILY TUESDAY, iWAY 8, 196~
Livant Tells Importance
Investigates Of PeaceProblem Study
Molecules By HELENE SCHIFF
of training have a much higher
"It is terribly important for in- degree of transfer.
Prof. Charles Depuy of the dividuals to institutionalize the
chemistry department of Iowa study of the problem of a world Students Knowledgeable
State University recently expressed wtotwr"WlimPu i The typical reaction of the su-
Stae Uivrsiy ecetlyexresedwithout war," William Paul Li- dent is to say, "I don't know
a hope that cyclopropanol, a vant of the Mental Health R entgh. tdsay, k nom
small and reactive three-carbon search Institute said Friday at the enough." Students kn eymucd
ring, will eventually take a place third Voice Political Party forum. more than they think they do, he
of importance in studying the me- The University is the proper in communicating - speaking an
chanism of organic reactions. place for working out these prob- writing
Speaking on the "Synthesis and lems. However, one of the charac- Students can make an Intellec
Reactions of Cyclopropanol," he teristics of the University is that tual contribution to the study o
said he became interested in the very little is said about things that what the future world will be like
organic molecule because its size really matter, he said. for in this field little is known ani
and activity would make it useful In addition, there is a lack of everyone is a student. The facult
in studying the kinetics of organic access to certain materials on the are capable and in need of learn
reactions. - problems of peace and this means ing just as much as the student
He and his co-workers have that the student suffer from a real Livant said.
been doing research on the chem- deprivation.L
istry of cyclopropanol for four Infested Restrictions
years. In the hydrolysis of cyclo- The degree to which they don't PANHEL MEETING:
propanol acetate yielding propin- feel this deprivation, itself is in-
aldehyde, they observed that the fested into the restrictions, Livant
reactant disappeared 100 times explained.
faster than the product appeared, "Just as the political problem is
a phenomenon indicating an inter- to make issues of such topics for
mediate product. political activity, the university
By stopping the reaction .before problem is to make issues of such '
completion, they were able to iso- topics for intellectual activity."
By RUTH HETMANSKI
1r tertime, when the snow at Yel-
spo"Twhersmallseminar, phenomena lowstone is seven feet deep and the
- provide opportunities for study temperature is 45 degrees below
w and a hideaway from distractions, zero, provide meteorological con-
h is the best method of scientific ditions found only rarely else-
e communication," V i n c e n t J. where.
n Schaefer said yesterday. For instance, the scientists had
d Schaefer, director of the Yellow- the opportunity to study the mi-
stone Field Research Seminars, cro-eco system, an environmental
- described the seminar as consist- condition isolated and circum-
f ing of a maximum of 16 people scribed by the weather. In the hot
, and lasting for one to two weeks. springs and boiling mud pools, al-
id The purpose was to exchange ideas gae and flies live, unaware and un-
,y and study the natural phenompna affected by the below-freezing
- present in the Yellowstone Nation- temperatures outside their tiny
s, al Park area, where it was held. environment.
These meetings, held in the win- Because of the extreme cold and
tion find excellent conditions he
Schaefer believes that scienti
should try to arrange such me
ings as the one he has descril
The much-increased out
from such "scientific retreats"
well worth the extra time and+
pense involved, he said.
The Literary College Conferee
Steering Committee has selec
the following new members:1
nette Harris, '63, Frank Heselt
'64; Roger Lowenstein, '64; Da
Passman, '64; Gordon Walker,
h Cites Need
the not springs, many experiments
in condensation and cloud forma-
late a good yield of cyclopropanol Additional W
that was relatively stable if treat- Students should w
ed right, Prof. Depuy said. pers on the problem
They plan to continue their re- peace. In addition
search with emphasis on reactions should be more wi
with acids and bases, and on the ed by means of
stereochemistry of cyclopropanol whereby the thinkin
reactions. faculty and adminis
culated more, he sail
Sutin Wins Award ican noted that
ic which Is directly re
" ~student's subject mai
For Interpretives "~''orfau"m*
For ntepretves dent or faculty men
in the literary colleg
Philip Sutin, '64,;placed 11th in law or other profe
the nationwide William Randolph can bring such topic
Hearst Foundation's April "Inves- riculum.
tigative and Interpretive Writing . As broad example
Contest." His series on "Integra- gested the, ethics, t
tion in the South" appeared Nov. and the sociology of
28-30 in The Daily. The skills derived1
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Dr. Takao Suzuki, Chief Librarian,_
I - r
Nat'l Diet Library, To
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pan, May 9-11.
Yonosuke Nagai, Pr
cal Science, Hokkaido
Japan. May 9-12.
Ichiro Nishimura, E
for Mr. Nagai, Japan,I
Mrs. Vida Markovic,H
of English Language &:
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Roger J. McHugh, Si
English, University Col
land, May 9-12.
Taili Mishima, Prof
kan University, Kyoto,
Chess Club, May 9,1
gan Union, Room 3 K.
Folk Dancers, instru
ing, May 8, 7:30 p.m.,1
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Ullr Ski Club, meet
p.m., May 9.
Wesley Guild, open h(
p.m., Wesley Foundatio
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p.m., Rm. 131 Bus..1
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vriting By BARBARA LAZARUS y
rite more pa- H e r b e r t Heidenreich, Grad., sen
s of war and chairman of the Student Govern- P
these papers ment Council Human Relations Ian
dely distribut- Board, explained the purpose of ber
an exchange "Project Welcome" to Panhellenic vis
g of students, Association Thursday. ve
trators is cir- He said that "Project Welcome" to
d. would help convince Ann Arbor ide
there is a top- landlords that University students of
lated to every would not object to living with stu- IV
tter. Any stu- dents of any minority group, the
nber, whether n Econom eses e
ssional school Landlords presently fear that if wit
s into his cur- they rent to some minority group be
they would not be able to rent
s, Livant sug- their other rooms, he said.J
he technology Letters have been sent to sor- Re
peace. orities and men's and women's ior
from this type dorms so that students individual- to
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AL BULLETIN St
kyo, Japan, May Evergisto Macatulad, President, Nat'l
Union of Students of the Philippines, A
Head, Intern' Philippines, May 12-17.M
u of Interlibrary Jamileo T. Nibungco, Culture Editor,
brary, Tokyo, Ja- FEU Advocate (student newspaper), T
Philippines, May 12-17.
ofessor of PolitI- Nicolas Vergara, Member of Carolinian
Univ., Sappora, Staff (student newspaper), Philippines, V
scort-Interpreter, Douglas Gabiana, Editor, The Techni- to
May 9-12. clan, CIT student, publication, Philip- vei
Head of the Dept. pines, May 12-17. on
Literature, Univ. Jose A. Orozeo, Escort,hwith the four at
Yugoslavia, May 'student leaders from the Philippines -
enor 'Lecturer In(listed above), Philippines, May 12-17.
nier Leubn re in Mahmoud MahioudMohamed, Direc--n
lege, Dublin, Ire- tor General, English Inspectorate M-l
essor, Ritsmuei- istry of Education of UAR-Cairo, Egypt,
Japan, May 9-12. UAR, May 14-19
The folowing visitors' program will
be handled by Roger Hackett, The Uni
A ON versity of Michigan.
Masao Morlyama, accompanied by
Mrs. Morlyama, Prof. of Intellectual His-
V C tory and Political Science, Faculty of
ES *Law, Tokyo University, Tokyo, Japan,
_ _f * *
The following visitor's program will
7:30 p.m., Michi- be handled by Joseph Akerman, Profes-
L. Everyone wel- sor, Mechanical Engineering, The Uni-
versity of Michigan.
* Rudolf Plank, Prof. Emeritus of En-
otion and danc- gineerig, Karlsruhe Institute of Tech-
1429 Hill. nology, Karlsruhe, Germany, May 9-12.
ing, Union, 7:30 Approval for the following student-
sponsored activities becomes effective 24
* hours after the publication of this
louse, May 9, 8-11 notice. All publicity for these events
n. must be withheld until the approval
* has become effective.
ting, May 9, 7:30 May 7, 10, 17, 21-Voice: Peace Litera-
Ad. Richard G. ture Table, Multipurpose Room UGLI.
Mgr., Columbia May 14-Voice Political Party-Public
ution and Dis- Membership Meeting, 7:30 p.m., Michi-
d Industry," Cof- gan Union.
Events Tuesday .-
DIAL Performances Continue Tonight, 8:00
4IV, Part II." Reservationsstill
available for most performances (Mon-
ericanday through Saturday). Box office open
raid-Tribune Lecture Today: "Psychiatry and the
R SEEN! World of Faith, Dr. Henry Raphael
.R SLL11Gold, Psychiatrist, New York City, 4:15
p.m., Aud. A, Angell Hall, Tues., May 8.
Open to the public.
Lecture: Christopher Middleton, lec-
turer in German, Kings College, Uni-
versity of London, and poet and transla-
tor, will lecture on "Bolshevism in Art:
Dada in Politics" on Tues., May 8, at
4:10 p.m. in Aud. C. All interested per-
sons are invited to attend.
Guest Musician of the Center for
Southern Asian Studies and the School
of Music, Rangaramanuja Ayyangar,
Department of Music, University of
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may sign a letter which will be
t to Ann Arbor landlords.
Panhel President Ann McMil-
, '63, announced that Mrs. Her-
t Mueller, Panhellenic area ad-
er, would be visiting the Uni-
sity next week. She will speak
a closed session of sorority pres-
nts about the present problems
Miss McMillan also said that
ere will be an informal closed
eting for sorority presidents
th the SGC Committee on Mem-
Junior Panhel President Elaine
smer, '64, announced that Jun-
Panhel will sponsor a forum
educate and inform pledges of
eir place in sororities and their
ation to the University.
Assistant Dean of Women Eliza-
th Leslie, Elizabeth Siebold,
)Ed., Lynn Lopata, '62Ed., Susan
illerman, '62A&D, and Jeanne
erking, '62, will speak on "Your
rority, Your Panhel and You."
balk on Early Man
William J. Mayer-Cakes, direc-#
of the Stovall Museum, Uni-
rsity of Oklahoma, will lecture
'"Early Man in South America"
4:10 p.m. today in Aud. B.
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