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THE, MICHIGAN 'IIAI]LY"

FRIDAY, MARCH 22, 1963

THE MICHIGAN DAILY FRIDAY, MARCH Z2, 1R63

Across
)rld Law Campus
Prof. David Gutmann of the
psychology department will speak
on "Age Differences in Ego Style"
.at 4:15 p.m. in 429 Mason Hall in
a colloquium sponsored by the de-
partment. A coffee hour will pre-
cede the regular program.
Perform Ballet . . .
The San Francisco Ballet will
perform in a program featuring
works by Glazounow, von Suppe,
and Auber tomorrow at 8:30 p.m.
in Hill Aud. The concert, a part
of the Choral Union series, will
present America's oldest Mallet
company dancing to choreographic
arrangements by George Balan-
chine and Lew Christiansen.
Pakistan Day .,..
The Pakistan Student Associa-
tion will hold its first annual cele-
bration of Pakistan Day at 7:30
WILLIAM A. BISHOP JR. p.m. at the YM-YWCA.
sources of law
New Year ..
Why do states comply with in- The Iranian Student Association
ternational law as much as they will celebrate Nou Rooz, or the
do? Prof. Bishop lists the factors Iranian New Year with refresh-
as fordes of publiconion, habit, ments and dancing at the Friends
Meeting House, 1420 Hill St. from
good faith, expedien y, self-help 8:30 until 12:00 p.m. tonight.
and reciprocal advantage when
the law is followed, and fear of Issues Conference . . .
retaliation if it is broken. The Young Democrats' third
The professor concluded that annual issues conference to be
"if enough people in enough coun- held today in Rm. 3-RS of the
tries want the international Rule Michigan Union will feature Uni-
of Law increased, we can go a long versity and state political figures
way towards it even under present participating in three panel dis-
international p o 1 i t i c a 1 insti- cussions.
tutions." Emil Mazey, director of the De-
troit chapter of the American Civil
Liberties Union, Robert Ross, '63,
etRegent Dnad M. Thurber of
et L l scrtes Deroitand Prof. Steven J. Ton-
sor of the history department will
tni ie discuss "Academic Freedom" at
9:30 a.m.
Prof. Robert S. Friedman of the
Institute of Public Administra-
tion, Thomas Hayden, Grad, Stev-
The Unieri usayboo puts out en Stockmeyer, '63, and former
Gov. John B. Swainson will probe
year. There was none last year, "Politics in the South" at 1 p.m.
but the 1960 booklet was entitled At 2:30 p.m., Latin America will
"Requirement of a Major Uni- be analyzed by Professors Carl
versity in an Expanding Society." Cohen of the philosophy depart-
This year his office decided to ment, -C. N.: Guice of Wayne State
experiment with a project in a University and Martin C.Needer
lighter vein, Doty explained, of the political science department
The funds for the booklet came and Swainson.
from the Alumni Fund, part of
which is used at University Pres- Dancers.
ident Harlan Hatcher's discre-
tion. It is mailed to the 93,000 Fourteen original compositions
alumni and alumnae in the state, will be presented in the spring
faculty members, high school li- concert of the Concert Dance Or-
braries, members of the state ganization at 8 p.m. in Lydia Men-
Legislature, and non-alumni who delsson Theatre. A matinee and
are community leaders. The book- evening performance will take
let was mailed late last week. place Saturday.
DAILY OFFICIAL BULLETIN
The Daily Official Bulletin is an campus for staff women (buses leave
official publication of The Univer- from Admin. Bldg.; 1:00 to 4:00 p.m.
sity of Michigan for which the Tea and reception for staff women at
Michigan Daily assumes no editorial home of President and Mrs. Hatcher,
responsibility. Notices should be 815 S. Univ.: 4:00 to 6:00 p.m.
sent in TYPEWRITTEN form to 4:15 p.m.-Dept. of Colloquium-Will
Room 3564 Administration Building be held today in Rm. 429 Mason Hail.
before 2 p.m. two days preceding Dr. David L. Gutman, Univ. of Mich.,
publication, will speak on "Age Differences in Ego
Style." Coffee hour at 3:45 p.m. in 3417
FRIDAY, MARCH 22 Mason Hall.
4:15 p.m.-Piano Majors-Four piano
Day Calendar majors of the School of Music will pre-
sent a recital today in Lane Hall Ad.
8:00 am.-College of Architecture and Lynne Bartholomew, Keith Eggert, Fran-
Dei0 1 t.-ColAgnn Arr Conferenecis Polanski, and Margaret Johnson will
Design 12th Ann Arbor Contference, play the compositions of Beethoven,
"Theatre and Main Street"-Registra Griffes, Debussy, and Chopin. Open to
tion: Rackham Bldg. the general public.
1:00 to 6:00 p.m.-Salute to Women 7:00 and 9:00 p.m.-Cinema Guild -
Who Work Week Education and the Conrad Veldt, William Dieterle, Albert
Professions Day-Bus tours of the Univ. Basserman, and Heinrich George in
"Lucrezia Borgia"; short, "Magoo's Mas-
terpiece": Architecture Aud.
DI'IA 8:30 p.m.-Concert Dance Organiza-
tion 13th Annual Spring Dance Concert
-Student Dance Club, Choreographer's
NOTICES Workshop I, and Choreographer's work-
shop II, Ballet and Modern Dance: Ly-
dia Mendelssohn Theatre.

Alpha Omega Fellowship, Meeting of The San Francisco Ballet will be pre-
Class-"Harmony of the Gospels," Every sented tonight in Hill Aud. under the
Sunday Morning, 10 a.m.,'Grace Bible auspices of the Univ. Musical Society.
Church, 110 N. State. Everyone welcome. This will be the tenth and last pro-
* *gram in this season's Choral Union Se-
Congr. Disc. E & R Stud. Guild, Cost ries. Ticket holders are reminded that
Luncheon Discussion, March 22, Noon, ticket No. 9 (dated March 3 for Tokyo
802 Monroe. Speaker: John Herrick, "A Ballet, which was cancelled) must be
Studnt iewstheCamps."used for this performance.
Student Views the Campus A liited number of seats are avail-
Gamma Delta, Lutheran Student able at the offices of the Musical So-
Group, Bowling, March 22, 8 p.m., 1511 cety,an dBurton Tower, and may be ob-
W~shena. taieddurng te dy; o attheHill
W* **shtenaw. #Aud. box office tonight after 7:00
International Students' Assoc., Cul- o'clock.(Continued on Page 8)
tural Evening, March 22, 7:30 p.m.,
Tnternatinnal Center. Sneaker, Ralph

CIVIL RIGHTS:
Holden Notes U.S. Idea-Action Conflict

(4)

By THOMAS DRAPER
"Americans are brought up to
pay lip service to democratic
ideals," Anna Holden said recent-
ly in the last of a discussion series
on civil rights sponsored by the
International Center.
Miss Holden, who is a member
of the Congress of Racial Equal-
ity, said, "if you push people to the
wall on these ideals you can usual-
ly get some action going."
On the surface there seems to
be more freedom for the Negro
in the North. However, there are
so many hypocrites that whites
and Negroes have difficulty get-
ting together.
She said that Negroes do trust
white picketers in the South
though, because to get on a picket
line often results in social ostra-
cism in the white community.
Students View
World Aspects
A series of seminars dealing with
international student relations be-
gan March 19 and are scheduled
to continue until May 7.
The program is being co-spon-
sored by the United States Nation-
al Student Association Committee
of Student Government Council,
the Women's League, and the Un-
ion. Areas to be considered include
international student organiza-
tions, the problems in Latin Amer-
ica, Asia, Africa Europe and the
Communist Bloc, and the role of
American students in international
affairs.-

Describing the National Asso-
ciation for the Advancement of
Colored People in her discussion
of "Volunteer Organizations and
Civil Rights," Miss Holden said
that the NAACP focuses on estab-
lishing the legal rights of the Ne-
gro as a citizen.
The NAACP works for such
things as anti-lynching legislation
and against poll taxes, unequal
punishment for crimes, and all
laws which "restrict the Negro
from total participation in socie-
ty," she said.
The image of the NAACP as a
racial organization has changed
to the point where it now appeals
to the middle class Negro, Miss
Holden said.
"Many young members are dis-
satisfied with the NAACP's ap-
proach and are demanding more
militant action," she said.

Describing her own organization,p
Miss Holden said that CORE ist
"patterned after the independence
movement developed by Ghandi ine
India." She described this patterna
as investigation, negotiation, pub-f
licity and then nonviolent action.s
Action takes the form of picketing,
sit-ins, and freedom rides.
The Pittsfield village campaign
was sponsored by Ann Arbor Areaf
Fair Housing Association-CORE, '
she said. Picketing went on fors
eight months and economic sanc-
tions were eventually placed oni
the managers by Detroit contrac-t
tors.
"We push more for mixed groupsc
and integration than does thet
NAACP. Improving the position ofs
the Negro could mean just more
luxurious ghettos. An improvedg
position in society without inte-t

gration does not develop human
understanding," Miss Holden said.
"The Student Nonviolent Coor-
dinating Committee has zig-zagged
among different projects and dif-
ferent approaches. Students con-
stitute a transient membership and
SNCC does not have a very devel-
oped national structure," she said.
SNCC seems to be moving away
from the direct action approach
such as sit-ins and picketing and
is getting into voter registration,
she said.
The Amercan Civil Liberties Un-
ion works legally on civil liber-
ties cases which include civil rights
issues. Many of the members are
competent lawyers that volunteer
their time for civil liberties cases,
she said.
She emphasized that all these
groups were volunteer organiza-
tions.

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THE UNIVERSITY OF MICHIGAN NEWMAN CLUB PRESENTS
THE 1963 SPRING LECTURE SERIES
"CATHOLIC VOICES"
FRI DAY, MARCH 22:
"Literature, Reason and.Intuition"
REV. THOMAS GILBY, Q.P.
Blaczf riars, Cambridge University

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"To bring before the
university community
scholars:who are Cath-
olics, engaging issues of
universal intellectual
appeal.. ."

* FATHER GILBY, one of Great Britain's foremost'
scholars in the fields of philosophy and literatur, cur-
rently holds the position of occasional lecturer on- the
faculty of Blackfriars, Cambridge University. His ap-
pearance in Ann Arbor, in the course of his American
Lecture tour, brings to a close the 1963 Spring Lecture
Series of the Newman Club.

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March 27
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