THE MICHIGAN DAILY
By RASHEL LEVINE
CAMBRIDGE-Despite the fear
of the Dallas Alumni Chapter of
Harvard University that a debate
with the Negro Bishop College
would hurt the prestige of the
university, the debate was held.
thousand dollars will be appro-
priated to San Francisco State
College this year for civil defense.
The appropriation was granted by.
the State College Trustees.
ATHENS, Ga.-The non-affil-
iated men of the University of
Georgia have unanimously voted
to abolish class officers. They are
refusing to offer a slate of officers
for the spring election because
they don't feel that the student
council officers that they vote for
are an effective group.
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CAMBRIDGE-Fifteen law stu-
dents from Harvard, Yale and
Columbia will work on a civil
rights project in Washington and
Greenville and Jackson, Miss. this
summer. The project is financed
from private funds and is being
organized by William L. Higgs,
former attorney to James Mere-
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dents from Swarthmore college
were arrested for demonstrating
for civil rights in Cambridge, Mr.
SEATTLE-The University of
Washington is building the na-
tion's first mental retardation cen-.
ter. The center will serve the
whole state and will focus on re-
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ITHACA-The Cornell Daily Sun,
the newspaper of Cornell Univer-
sity, has printed a guide to courses
entitled Insight. The guide is bas-
ed on opinions expressed in ques-
tionnaires filled out by students.
Soviet economic planners have
begun to model some of their ideas
on the free enterprise system, Prof.
Ross J. Wilhelm of the business
school said recently.
The current debate in Russia
over prices, profits, competition
and the role of the consumer stems
from trying to reach high levels
of economic growth as well as try-
ing to provide a wide range of
consumer goods, he said.
Russian planners are seeking to
make their managers and laborers
work hard by offering incentive
bonuses if production quotas are
However, this system has gener
ated a number of problems which
some economists feel could be
solved by "capitalist" means, Prof.
One of these problems is lack
of consumer demand for products
which planners have ordered de-
veloped. This problem could be
solved, according to "free enter-
prise" theorists, by instituting a
free price system. This will force
factories to cut production of un-'
wanted goods because of the loss
involved in producing them.
A second problem is that of re-
sistance of managers and workers
to changes in the production proc-
ess, he commented. Proponents of
free enterprise hold that the in-
troduction of a profit system would
force producers to modernize or
be forced out of business.
Triangles, the junigr men's en-
gineering honorary, last night se-
lected 10 new members for the
1963-64 academic year. Those tap-
ped were ]Douglas Boven, Stephen
Ellis, Sandoe A. Frecsko, Dennis
Hanink, Michael Henderson, Ger-
ald Mader, Daniel Patt; Duane L.
Reppert and David Sanborn.
OPENING TONIGH T
UNIVERSITY PLAYERS, DEPT. OF SPEECH PRESENT
with Prof; Claribel Baird
in the title role
8:00 Lydia Mendelssohn Theatre
performances thru Saturday .
Fr. & Sat. 25c additional
Box Office 12:30-8:00 daily
BEST SEATING TONIGHT
. . .
Regents Announce Changes in Faculty Assigments
rved as assistant professor of for Prof. Edward A. Carr, Jr., of
,mance languages. Then, in 3928, the pharmacy college, from May 1
e accepted an associate,.profes- to Oct. 31, 1964, to work in the
orship in the English department. thyroid laboratory of the medical
he University appointed him pro- clinic of Dr. Alfred Vanotti at the
essor of English in 1936. University of Lausanne.
Leave of absence for James A.
Leaves of Absence Cohn of the mathematics depart-
Prof. Marston Bates of the zool- ment, for the coming year, to ac-
gy department, granted sick leave cept a visiting appointment at
ntil approximately May 1. Queen Mary College in the Univer-
Sabbatical leave for the second stiy of London.
emester, next year, was granted Sick leave for Prof. .Nelson W:
>r Wilbur C. Bigelow of the en- Eddy of the Romance languages
ineering college, to complete a department to the end of the cur-
aanuscript for his textbook "Cry- rent semester.
;allography and the Structure of Leave of absence for Prof. Law-
olids." / rence C. Eggan of the mathematics
Sabbatical leave was granted for department for the coming year
i'of. Harold J. Blumenthal of the to accept a visiting appointment
iedical school from Sept. 1, 1963 at the University of London.
hrough Feb. 29, 1964, to pursue Sabbatical leave for Prof. Jere
is research at St. George's Hos- E. Goyan of the pharmacy college
ital Medical School in London. for the second semester, 1963-64,
Leave of absence was granted to pursue his barbiturate drug
>r Prof. R. Lee Brummet of the studies at the Royal Danish School
usiness administration school for of Pharmacy in Copenhagen.
he coming year to accept an ap- Extension of leave of absence for
ointment with the Ford Founda- Lewis Henry Hodges of the educa-
ion to serve as a consultant to tion school for the coming semes-
he National Institute of Manage- ter to complete his work as Indus-
ient Development in Cairo. trial Advisor-Apprenticeship Coor-
Sabbatical leave was granted dinator with the AID in Sao Paulo.
Dial 2-6264 3 Performances Daily
I:00 p.m., 4:30 p.m.,
and 8:00 p.m.
Leave of absence for Prof. Ga-
briel Isakson of the engineering
college for the coming year, to do
research in the aerospace indus-
Sick leave for Prof. Eleanor M.
King of therpublic health school
retroactive from Feb. 19 to March
Extension of leave of absence
for Prof. James M. Kister of the
mathematics deparmtent to con-
tinue his research at the Institute
for Advanced Study in Princeton.
Maternity leave of absence for
Margaret Walker Kraft of the
Medical School through June 8.
Leave of absence for Prof. Wil-
liam J. LeVeque of the mathe-
matics department for the coming
year, to accept a visiting profes-
sorship at the University of Colo-
Leave of absence for Associate
Dean James H. Robertson of the
See REGENTS, Page 8
in the AlR-CONDITIONED Lydia Mendelssohn Theatre
PLAYBI.LL SUMMER 19631
June 26-29-Rodgers and Hammerstein's
with Prof. Ralph Herbert of the Metropolitan Opera
July 10-13-William Gibson's
TWO FOR THE SEESAW
July 17-20-George Bernard Shaw's
ANDROCLES AND THE LION
July 31-Aug. 3-Dorothy & Michael Blankfort's
Aug. 7-10-Opera Dept., School of Music in
A ' OPERA, to be selected
FALLSPRNG PAYBLL '3-6
LAST 3 DAYS !
Winner of 2 Academy Awards !
"Best Picture of The Year !"
-Selected by the National Board of Review
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with 42 International Starsl
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SCHEDULE OF PRICES:
Adult Matinees 'til 5 p.m,............... $1.00
Adult Evenings .... .' ................... $1.50
Have to Hide!
All I did was wear my
new A-T RACERS to
school. You'd think I
was a star, the way
the girls mob me.
I'm not conceited
.,.1. know they're
RA CERS fans
Nov. 13-16--Jean Anouilh's
Dec. 4-7-Oscar Wilde's
THE IMPORTANCE OF BEING EARNEST
Feb. 26-29-Max Frisch's
BEIDERMANN AND THE FIREBUGS
PREMIERE PRODUCTION of a new play
: . .. Y . ... 1 . . Y' ."r 1 . .r " s
S th In the Red Seal Classic. Seri
w s the Inoomopsah.h
May 8-13-Opera Dept., School of Music in
AN OPERA, to be selected
PLAN AHEAD-order forms for both