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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

Need Cited Old U.S. Flag Discovered
Ds Express Doubt For Dentists In Sigma Nu Archives
of the natural resources in the to the nationalistic interest of the In ichigan By MICHAEL OLINICK the last four United States Presi
Latin American countries are be- United States, he believes. History came alive for the Sig- dents
ing removed by United States in- Andres Ojeda pointed out the (fma Nu fraternity last month whenMr.Keeferhplansstoijourneydto
dustries. If a portion of these re- Chilean resentment when the In- (C______nued___r______g _____ actives found a 45-star United Wa.sKing ernpths weeken tob
sources is sent back as charity, the ternational Cooperation Agency, States flag while cleaning up the taomgan autographed picture of
people will not appreciate it. part of the Point Four program, (Another factor is the presence chapte archives. president John F. Kennedy an
Past Fail built clinics in Chile, and put huge of the University's extensive health Yesterday, the Sigma Nus de- yVePresident LyndonB.nJoyand
Pra s plaques with "ICA" on them on science facilities, many of which cided to give the flag to an Ann son. He will also examine the flag -
the buildings, cooperate with the dental school. Arbor minister and his wife who collection at the Smithsonian In-
States have not been accepted Political Stand Dental students, for instance, take operate a flag shrine in Mt. Hope, sti a s he m a Iro
said David Silberman, one of the ' Another question posed by the basic health science courses in the Mich. stitute and see if he may borrow
students.-His reaction to the peace peace corps is what political stand medical school.) The Reverend Karl H. Keefer some of the flags for his shrine.
corps is hostility and suspicion, the corps workers would take. One There are several reasons why said the flag dates back to 1896 He believes that "other nations
Most of the Point Four programs, of the students said that Chile's more dentists are needed, Dr. Jese- when the 45th state, Utah, joined are enthusiastic about methods
for example, have been directed politics are divided between those rich says: the Union. "The flag may be a and principles foreign to the
_ _ _ _ _ _ wanting change, and those want- 1) "The rapidly increasing pop- little torn and dirty, but we're things our people have fought and
ing to keep the status quo. ulation." proud to have it in our collection defended. Every vacant school
The government, with which the 2) Longer life expectancy. and are grateful to Sigma Nu," he should be dedicated and operated
RTS CENTER United States Peace Corps would 3) Increasing demands for den- said.
deal, is quite conservative, they tal care. In 1925, only 25 per cent Mr. Keefer, who joined Sigma The Michigan Historical Socie-
. tssaid. Peace Corps workers might of the population had any dental Nu's chapter at Albion College 50 ty lent some of its items to the
therefore be channeled into work care, but by 1955 50 per cent were years ago, opened his flag shrine growing collection which was
C E which would maintain the status receiving more nearly adequate last July. The collection, housed viewed by more than 1,000 people
quo, not bring progress. care. in a century od ab ndoned school Ilst summer.
isical Premieres "If the Peace Corps works The need will largely be met by house, contains flags of 17 differ- Keefer has lectured for 20 years
through the government, it will education of more dentists, but ent states and autographed pic- on the country's heritage and his-
MPOSITIONS by some of not reach the people," one of the research and improved tehniques, tures of the nation's governors and tory.
:reators of our day students said. which will allow a dentist to treat
ssional musicians. Feudal System more patients will also; be im-
Agriculture is set up on a feudal portant, Dr. Jeserich says. N DIAL
Paul Jacobs, Pianist system, in Chile, and so if Peace Improved Techniques @ NO 5-6290
Corps workers went to the farms, Dentists are beginning to use *z I RELF TR AE ITO EMTMEf~
Orchestra, Wayne Dunlap they would be helping the conserv- more assistants, which increass HIS TRUE-FE STORY MAKES FICTON SEEM TAME
:h, 1917 Washtenaw ative large land owners, not the their capacity. And the develop- a v
poorer agriculture workers, one of ment of dental hygiene, florida-
k-end $3, DAC members the students said. tion and other preventative tech- \OIYcV TIE W
Aarshall's Book Shop niques will lighten the load on A
dentists themselves.
The desirable ratio of dentists to
population is hard to determine,
'ri4 44 K W4iF4i4i4 ' ": he argues. Calculations are based
on projected demands for dental
*F MICHIGANcare, not on abstract needs. The
. .IIG economic situation therefore plays
R FORCE R.O.T.C. a large part in this determination.
The national average ratio is
one ot 1670 but Michigan's, one -
gnt k 4: ~to 1940 is considered satisfactory
at the present time. This ratiova . hC[f
instance, has a ratio of one to 870. s. *fl5 tOMRRL
1° * Dr. Jeserich says there will be F1P M1I S VEIJ3I iDM 1Ptl' 8EllM Eo F IM1IJ
CHILEAN STUDENTS enough applicants to fill an ex-
d . . . pessimistic panded dental school. There has_ _ __rem_ _ _ _
been no problem in filling classes
* The United States workers might so far, he adds, though' it would
\ have a hard time understanding be "desirable" to have a great
the problems of the farm workers, number of qualified applicants. ENDS TONGHT
k one student said. They also ques- The student recruitment prob-
tioned whether Americans could lem could be partially solved
teach other Americans about through the Kennedy medical- "C E JTpE YE-AR.'.riBES"
C ,hile, in the Peace Corp, train- dental education program, which OE F ft A'BS
XCH 10, 1961 dnaeuainporm whc ingOrTH periods.i" M°°i
Ing peiods.recommends scholarships or
2:00 The Peace Corps workers should grants-in-aid to help meet student
understand that change is needed costs, high in all health science
I K in Chile, one student said. An- education but especially high in
other one added that the Ameri- dentistry because of the student's amamt by ROBERTO ROSSELLINI starring VITORIO DE SICA
)uCorjnula ~~~ n n ion~ s.
Pple - available at cans could not be expected to be need to purchase about $300 worth
political agitators. of instruments each year. Friday: "NEVER ON SUNDAY"
or T.C.B. The education provided to Amer-
icans by the peace corps program
seemed worthwhile to the Chile-D"
iom Formal ans. They were glad that Amen- P apyrologisL
cans would have a chance to find
Sother personnelonly out about Chilean problems. 'o 'lalk From the Blue Angel, the Hungry i, the Tin Angel, the
They also praised the increasing .eturnabout theatre, and the Gate of Horm the Folk Arts
*****A r**************** student interest and action in na- Prof. Eric G. Turner, papyrolo- Guild proudly presents:
tional policy and international af-
fairs. gy, University: College, London,
Finally, the students said that England, and Director of the Lon-
the Peace Corps would be more don Institute of Classical Studies,
successful if it were part of. the will speak at 4:10 p.m. today in
r. 7, 8:30 P.M. United Nations instead of the Aud. A, Angell Hall.
United States State Department. Dramatist: N e ripad Old
Since past State Department pro- Dramatist: New Papyri and Old
jects have not been successful, Problems."
they said that the farther re- FridayMarch 10 . 8:30 P.M
moved that the project was from
the State Department, the more STUDENT ZIONIST
generously it would be received. ORGANIZATION Ann Arbor High Auditorium
Young Democratspresents
To Hold Meeting Rabbi Morris Shapiro
of the Ytle Archaeological
The Young Democrats will hold Exbuc ditron on
an open meeting of students which BA tremendous example of stark smple purity of voice."
will feature the Democratic can--G
didates running for office in the at Hillel -Los ANEEs TIMs

April elections at 4:15 p.m. today Sunday, March 5 8 P.M. ..t '
in">:Kofte"icignUnon Ii... Odetta's beauty of voice ., the rich resources of expe-
;::: in Rm. K of the Michigan Union,
}__rience and synthesis embodied in her own personality."
-PHILADELPHIA TRIBUNE
DIAL I
NO 2-6264 "iOVw Odetta... every superlative in the dictionary has bogged
down covering her personality and presentation of Ameri-
MARILYN i ca's folk songs." -SAN FRANCISCO EXAMINER
"T he focus of the first concert was on Odetta whose mahog-
any hued sonorous voice offered what this listener felt was
" the crowning performance of the' weekend."
-NEw YORK TIMES, on the Newport Folk Festival
nthe ohn Huston podcto
Tickets: $1.50, 2.25, 2.75, 3.25, 3.50 taxinc
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