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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

Pershing Rifles Reign

Vogel Describes Middle Class

Vogel pointed out one interest-
ing consequence of this Japanese
sociological phenomena. Profes-
siinals such as doctors and pro-
fessors compare much less favor-
ably with businessmen on the so-
cial scale than they do in America.
This results from the emphasis
placed upon belonging to a large
organization within that country
rather than upon individual ac-
complishments.
Group Initiates
New Members
Alpha Phi Mu, national indus-
trial engineering honor society,
initiated new members yesterday.
The new initiates are the follow-
ing:
Edmund M. Carpenter, '63E; Keith
H. Crane, Grad; Willard Ehrhardt, '63E;
Elliot M. Fox, Grad; Robert W. Hassler,
'63E; Kenneth A. Jordan, '64E; Theor-
dore E. Kelly, Jr., '65E; and Robert
Liedig, '64E;
Other members are John B. Neu-
hardt, Spec; Richard L. Patterson, Grad;
William D. Pittsley, Grad; Carl F. Raiso,
'63E and Robert G. Sargent, Grad.

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Stigler Cites DAILY OFFICI
R egulations' The Daily Offlcial Bulletin is an
official publication of The Univer-
sity of Michigan for which The
Michigan Daily assumes no editorial
responsibility. Notices should be
sninTYPEWRITTEN formi to
"Room 3564Administration Building
By MARGARET LOWE before 2 p.m. two days preceding
Regulatory actions have insig- publication.
nificant influence on economic be- WEDNESDAY, MAY 1
havior, Prof. George Stigler of
the University of Chicago said re- Day Calendar
cently.
Speaking on "Public Regulation: 8:30 a.m. to 5:00 p.m. - Bureau of
industrial Relations Seminar No. 88--
the New Laissez Faire," he noted Mr. Thomas Moffatt, Supervisor of In-
dustrial Relations, Univ. of Wis. Man-
agement Institute, and Dr. Peter Chin-
on economic behavior can only be etti, Employment Counselor, Oscay
Mayer & Co., Madison, Wis., "Action
determined by objective measures. Training in Employment Interviewing":
"No assessment of regulation Room 3D, Mich. Union.
policy can be made until one has 4:00 p.m.-Dept. of Anatomy Seminar
turned to the evidence." -Dr. Thomas M. Oelrich, Assoc. Prof.
of Anatomy and Research Associate,
For example, there is no observ- Museum of Paleontology, "The Uro-
able impact on economic activity genital Diaphragm": 2501 E. Med. Bldg.
in a decree that a certain trucker 4:00 p.m. The following lecture has
cannot haul goods between cities been cancelled: Dr. S. B. Treiman, Prof,
A an B. he fct tat oherof Physics, Princeton Univ. "Some Re-
A and B. The fact that other cent Developments in Weak Interaction
truckers are allowed to travel this Physics," 2038 Randall Lab.
same route makes the influence 4:05 p.m. - Arnold Air Society Film
of the law indeterminate, showing-"The 10,000 Mile Production
One cannot decide the regula- Line," about missile production and
testing, and "Operation Zero..Zero,"a
tion's influence by merely study- study of airplane landing improvement
ing regulatory statutes, Prof. Stig- and safety, will be shown in the Mul-
ler noted. tipurpose Room of the Undergrad. Lib.
There, is nochre
Prof. Stigler cited electricity gen- 7:0 and9:0 opm.-Cinema Gud-
eration and distribution as one Norma Shearer, Leslie Howard, John
area for study of regulation in- Barrymore, Edna Mae Oliver, Andy De-
fluence. vine, Basil Rathbone in "Romeo and
Juliet": Architecture Aud.
After examining differences in 8:15 p.m. - Institute of Science and
the rate level between regulatory Tech. Lecture -- Colonel Arthur C.
and non-regulatory states and the Lowell, Dept. of the Navy Bureau of
numberofrate _changeswPro.11?-W"

AL BULLETIN
pianist, for this. evening, May 1, is in
error. Barbara Holmquest performed on
Tues., April 23, and is scheduled for a
recital with Oliver Edel, cellist, on
Sun., May 19, 4:15 p.m. in Rackham
Lecture Hall.
General Notices
Phi Beta Kappa: Annual meeting,
Wed.. May 1, 4:00 p.m., Room 2440
Mason Hall. Election of officers and new
members.
Events
Applied Mathetmatics Seminar: Prof.
Donald Wenzel, Astronomy Dept., will
speak on "Force-free Magnetic Fields,"
Thurs., May 2, at 4:00 p'm. in' Room
246 W. Engin. Refreshments will be in
Room 350 W. Engin. at 3:30 p.m.
Seminar in Mathematical Statistics:
Mr. Wm. J. Wrobleski will speak on
"Estimation in Statistical Models Hav-
ing Unobservable Variables," Thurs.,
May 2 at 4 p.m. in 3201 Angell Hall.
Linquistics Club Meeting - Thurs.,
May 2, at 8:00 p.m. in the Rackham
Amphitheatre. A panel discussion with
Prof. James W. Downer, presiding Prof.
Harold V. King, Mr. Julian C. Boyd.
Dr. Christopher, R. Longyear, Mr. Md.
Maxwell Caskie. "Approaches to Gram-
mar: Modes, Models and Styles."
American Chemical Society Lecture:
May 2, 8:00 p.m., Rm. 1300, Chem. Bldg.
Prof. P. A. Giguere (Laval Univ., Que-
bec, Canada) will speak on "Recent
Studies In Monecular Structure by In-
frafed Spectroscopy."
Doctoral Examination for Clinton
Louis Heimbach, Civil Engin.; thesis:
"Effective Distance of Urban Highway
Travel 'fo r Supermarket Shopping
Trips," Thurs., May 2, 1203 E. Engin,
Bldg. at 3:00 p.m. Chairman, B. D.
Greenshields.
Doctoral Examination for Timothy Wu
(Continued on Page 5)

SEASON OVER-Pershing Rifles, the University's national cham-
pionship drill team, wound up its season last weekend with vic-
tories at the state championships and the Michigan State Invita-
tional Drill Meet in East Lansing. During the year, the team
defeated 136 opponents in winning the six meets it entered.

HIGHER EDUCATION:
Henderson Notes Administrative Role

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number of rate changes, Prof. W
The vice-president in charge of leadership, persuasion, communi- However, he said that the center Stigler concluded that there is no Av
business is one of the most in- cation, conflict and decision- believes that the principles behind evidence that public regulation in-s
fluencial officers in the college or making. Another area would in- the new doctoral program are fluences the average electrical an
university. clude the study of accounting, sound and meet a genuine need. rate charge.
"Judgments made by the busi- controllership, investments, non- External factors outside the con-
ness officer and his principle as- academic personnel management trol of the public regulatory body
sistants affect the long-run plan- and commercial law." that do influence rates are popula-
Wing for growth an change, the The University has tried to tion in large cities, prices of fuel
adequacy of funds and the poli- achieve, these goals at the doc- .wand income Prof. Stigler com-
cies of the operating budget," Prof. torate level "because we are aim- mented.
Algo D. Henderson, director of ing to prepare persons for these The typical electric utility com-
the Center for Study of Higher higher positions. We believe ac- pany has no great monopoly pow-
Education said recently. countants, purchasing agents, and er to warrant regulation, and reg-
He noted the centralization of insurance officers can continue to , E.1ulatory processes have limitations
be trained satisfactorily in school ~
decision-making in higher educa- rso that they cannot effectively
decsio-mkin inhiheredua-of business administration,"he
tion where a small group of col-s s, control daily operations, he noted.
lege officials make decisions which indicated. For these reasons regulation
have "lasting impacts upon the By the time the students get seems to have little effect on this
character and program of the in- their degrees they have taken .industry.
stitution." courses in higher education, busi-
Complex Institution ness administration, as well as the S
The reason that the business social behavioral sciences. At nsOn SeCOn
vice-president is instrumental is Thekprogram is still too young
that universities have. become to make any evaluation of it," Inc er
larecomle enerrissinflu- Prof. Henderson told members of
lrg, complex eerprises, n-the Central Association of College Prof John W. Atkinson of the
encing public, legislators, donors, and University Business Officers.PrfJonWAtisnfth
alumni and the surrounding com- _ndUn___r__y_____nes_______r_ psychology department will deliver
munity. the second lecture in te current
The center for higher education -11,., Center for Research on Learning
and the business school have com- W ellesley C LAG D NESand Teaching series at 4 p.m. to-
bined 'resources to form a joint ALGO D. HENDE N day on the seventh level of the
doctoral program to prepare uni- To Sell ooks business officials Medical Science Bldg.
versity business officers,, Prof. ~I
Henderson explained..
He encouraged a fresh approach Several Wellesley College alum-
in the education of future univer- nae will join the local Wellesley THE UNIVERSITY OF MICHIGAN
sity business officers. "One broad Club in sponsoring a used book
area of education for the business sale for the improvement of Wel- IC I l ISH
officer should include college ad- lesley faculty salaries. 0;EM EI WHIRFI S EH f
ministration. The sale will begin today from
Outlines Curriculum 6 p.m. to 10 p.m: and will continue presents..
"This would involve not only through tomorrow from 9 a.m. to
organizational theory but also 6 p.m. in the SAB workshop.
such concepts of authority, power, Textbooks, current best sellers
and children's books will be avail-
Hess Reports.able.
THURS.-FRI.-SAT. - MAY 2, 3,4
College TestSORRY WOMEN'S POOL ANN ARBOR
Saturday Evening 8:15 P.M
Not Effective SOLD OUT THURSDAY-75c FRIDAY-SAT.-$1.00
Tests are not effective in de- GONDOLIERS
termining a student's development
in the area of liberal education,
David H. Hess, assistant director
of the Michigan State University U ] fnM
honors college, said recently at
MSU.
In an evaluation of professional Gilbert and Sullivan Society
and liberal education for the Edu-
cational Development Project, Hess
called for abandonment of letter p sen
grades and establishment of a
testing system which would be
diagnostic rather than punitive.
Present tests only show wheth-
er a student has learned what
he is expected to know and are
not helpful in evaluating his de-
velopment as a person, Hess indi-
cated.
"In liberal education the ques- M a 2 -
tion is not whether a student at a
given moment has attained certain
moin i mumi requirements, but PRICES --TICKETS- CURTAIN
whether he is profiting from the Thurs. $1.50 Box Office Hours Evenings 8:00
experience offered to him."
Tests should not be the basis Fri. $2.00 Wed. 9:00 to 5:00
for reward or discrimination Sat. $2.00 Thurs. thru Sat. 9:00to 8:15 Sat. Matinee
among persons on the basis of
achievement, but rather "should Matinee $1.00 Phone NO 8-6300 2:00
point out areas of weakness and
strength to encourage and moti-A Mendelssohn
vate the student to greater effort," All Performances at LydiaMTheatre
Hess commented.
ATTENTION UNIVERSITY
STUDENTS, FACULTY AND STAFF
(Immediate Families Also Eligible)
ast JOIN the GLEE CLUB'SLast
AIR CHAITER to EUROPE
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eapons, "Micro-electronics": White
ud., Cooley Bldg.
SCHEDULE ERROR: The recital date
nounced for Barbara Holmquest,

THE INTERNATIONAL STUDENTS ASSOCIATION
presents
THE INTERNATIONAL
SMORGASBORD
FOOD FROM ALL OVER THE WORLD

SUNDAY, MAY 5
NEWMAN CLUB
$2.00 per ticket

5:30 & 7:30 P.M.
331 Thompson
Available at International Center

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