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SAY, MARCH 11, 1961'

THE MICHIGAN DAILY

AT, MARCH 11, 1961 THE MICHIGAN DAILY

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Ask'Revision
Of Rushing
At Oklahoma
NORMAN, Okla.-The Regents
of the University of Oklahoma
recently sent letters to the presi-
dents of the Interfraternity Coun-
cil and the Panhellenic Associa-
tion at the school informing them
that the regents are unanimously
in favor of abolishing formal rush.
This proposal, according to the
letters, was discussed informally
by the regents before their regular
monthly meeting in February. The
next step is for the regents to
vote on the matter at their April
meeting.
Jerry Tubb and Mary Rahhal,
presidents of IFC and Panhel re-
spectively, were asked to assist the
university administration and re-
gents in developing a new method
of pledging students.
When the contents of the let-
ters wer'e made public, students
k $lled outside the president's home
chanting, "We want rush week."
"The idea of abolishing formal
rush is not unique at the univer-
sity," Oklahoma President George
L. Cross said in the letter. "Infor-
mal rush programs have been used,
effectively' at many major colleges
and universities for a number of
years."
Cross added that it is his belief
that open rush will not only
strengthen the university's ,edu-
cational system but will strength-
en the Greek system as well.
The decision of the regents had
been kept quiet for almost a week.
Tubb learned of the letters last
Monday and Rahhal on Tuesday.

MORAL FEELINGS:
Rawls AnalyzesShame, Guilt

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By JEFFERY HEUER
The existance of certain analy-
tical connections between moral
feelings and natural attitudes was
proposed by Prof. John Rawls of
the Massachusetts Institute of
Technology Thursday.
The study of the moral feelings
-- shame, remorse, and guilt, and
their relationship to attitudes
such as self-esteem, love and mu-
tual trust could create a limitation
on the content of morality.
"Shame," Prof. Rawls said, "im-
plies the existence of certain
standards of excellence in regard
to one's self. A person has nothing
to be ashamed of if he has no
pride of self-esteem. ,
Brings Harm
"If the shame is caused by a
careless act that brings harm to
the individual, it is not really a
moral feeling, as such," he said.
Prof. Rawls applied this phe-
nomenon to other feelings. Re-
morse, for instance, always a
Michigan Lagging
In Appropriations
Michigan's $987 appropriation
per student for higher education
ranks below the average of 21
states according to a University
study.
Based on enrollment statistics
and appropriations for 1959-60,
Michigan funds averaged $49 be-
low the weighted average of these
states. Highest was Illinois with
a $1,710 average per student. Low-,
est was Arizona with $533.

moral feeling, could not occur
without correlating natural atti-
tudes. He listed two main types of
remorse, both of which require
extreme situations to be valid.
One classification consists of re-
morse e resulting from the careless
act that brings dreadful conse-
quences upon another. In this
type, a relationship. of strong af-
fection must be present between
the two parties. The strength of
the affection determines the in-
tensity of the remorse felt.
If Love Exists
If no attitude of love exists,
there will be no feeling pf remorse
Prof. Rawls said. This explains
the lack of remorse or guilt in-
curred by the psychopath. He has
no feeling toward his victim. The
second case of remorse is an act
caused by jealousy, anger, or some
aggressive feeling.
Here, too, the amount of re-
morse is governed by the degree of
attachment between the two par-
ties. If none exists, no remorse
will be felt, he said.
Prof. Rawls divided guilt into
two categories. Authority guilt
stems from a violation of defined
principles. In this case, a relation-
ship of respect must exist between
the individual and the authority.
This respect develops from a
parent-child type relationahip.
Here again the parallel between
moral feelings and natural atti-
tudes holds.
Association guilt occurs when the
individual fails in his responsibil-
ity to a group. Mutual trust within
the group must be present here.

MUSICAL MDSE.,
RADIOS, REPAIRS
MARCH Progress Sale now ;in
full swing at GRINNELL'S.
Savings in all departments;
High quality stereo records,
buy one and get the second
one for I c. Pianos $399 and
up. A new model Hammond
organ at only $595.
GRI NNELL'S

323 S. Main

NO 2-5667
X5

PROF. JOHN RAWLS
... attitude on morality'
All these feelings can be alleviated
in some way. Shame and remorse
can be overcome by later actions
while guilt can be forgiven and
atoned for.
Prof. Rawls also said that a di-
vision of remorse and guilt feelings
occur when an object of beauty
or a person's talent is thought to
be wasted.
"A system of classification like
this one, only on a more extensive
basis, could limit the content of
morality, but this is an ambitious
goal and might not be feasible,"
he said.

ANN ARBOR HI FI and TV CENTER.
304 S. Thayer, next to Hill. Ann Ar-
bor's greatest hi fidelity outlet. Listen
in comfort to the great lines in Hi
Fi. This week's feature, "SONY." Re-
pairs & Service. Phone NO 5-8607. X7
A-i New and Used Instruments
BANJOS, GUITARS and BONGTOS
Rental Purchase Plan
PAUL'S MUSICAL REPAIR
119 W. washington NO 2-1834
X1
BUSINESS PERSONAL
BEFORE you buy a class ring, look at
the official Michigan ring. Burr-Pat-
terson and Auld Co. 1209 South Uni-
versity, NO 8-8887. FF2
BARGAIN CORNER
ARMY-NAVY type Oxfords-$7.95; socks
39c; shorts 69c;' military supplies.
SAM'S STORE, 122 E. Washington
Wl
BLONDE TABLES, Danish dining set
Haywood-Wakefield birch, Oriental)
rugs, gentleman's desk, awaiting you
at the Treasure Mart, 529 Detroit, NO
2-1363. Open Mon. & Fri. nites 'til 9.
Wl

PHOTO SUPPLIES
LEICA, 3F, .Summicron F2, case, $99,
almost new. NO 5-8188 after 6. Di
MOVIE CAMERA Canon ZM8, F1.4,
w/case. Trans. radio, 6&7 Trs. All
brand new. Bargain. Call NO 3-2684 or
leave message With NO 3-4288. 1378
PERSONAL
SOME PEOPLE register early for classes.
You can be one of the same. Come to
W.U.S. auction March 14th. F$9
EVERYONE'S INVITED to meet our
pledges! D Phi E Open House. Sun-
day, March 12, 7:30-11:00. 1811 Wash-
tenaw. P88
ADVENTURE IN EUROPE!
Is designed to be as unlike a typical
tour as possible. We shall take over,
2111 months for leisurely travel along'
a fascinating itinerary, concentrating'
on France, Spain, and Italy. Members
are from Harvard, Radcliffe and Mich.
Coed. $1,250. A few places still open.
Deadline March 15. More info NO
2-0592. P85
SIGN UP NOW for block tickets for
Ray Charles Concert. P82
Join the DAILY and see the world -
through an Associated Press Teletype
Machine. F11
MAIL ORDERS for Ray Charles Concert
should be sent to
Ray Charles Concert
Student Offices
Michigan Union
Make all checks payable to the Uni-
versity Development Council. F81
ON APRIL 12, t he first annual Develop-
ment Council Concert will feature
Ray Charles. P71
YOU GET the finest KOSHER, HOT
DOG with sauerkraut, 'only 35c at the
Cafe Promethean. Open for lunches
11 a.m.-1:30 p.m. every day. F20
THE BOLL-WEEVIL JAZZ BAND is
noweaccepting bookings for spring
dances. Phone the Bud-Mor Agency,
fNO 2-6352. 1F18'

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HELP WANTED
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days a week. NO 2-0994. H18
WANTED - Medical Editorial Assistant
capable of revision and'correction of
manuscripts. Proof reading and gen-
eral make up desirable. Contact Mich-
igan Daily, Box 9. H9
PART-TIME E.E. student for Industrial
electronics development program. 15-
20 hrs. per week. Call immediately for
further information. Robotron Corp.
Research Division, 5-4015 between 11
a.m.-3:30 p.m. H15
WOMAN GRADUATE STUDENT to earn
small apt. for serving as House Direc-
tor for University girls. Good' loca-
tion. Call NO 2-8410. H17
DO YOU qualify? Neat, intelligent, afm-
bitious. 3 college students needed to
work part time, for top paying sales
promotions positions. Call NO 5-8958
for interview. H9
USED CARS
1954 FORD, four door. Call NO 3-3554
after' 6 pm.-Am leaving country,
must sell. Nil
MUST SELL NOW-MG Roadster, $695
hurry, Good condition. Call 8-7519.
X108
ROOM AND BOARD
MALE STUDENT needs roommate to
share nice campus apartment n-
mediately, NO 3-8316. ES

BIKES and SCOOTERS
LITTLE BEAVER
SAYS:
Get ready for Spring.
Buy or Repair your Bike
Now
BEAVER'S
BIKE AND HARWARE
605 Church NO 5-E
BUSINESS SERVICES
We're on Packard just
arounid the corner from State St
Stop in anytime 'til 12 P.M.
RALPH'S MARKET
709 Packard NO 5-7
"Open every night 'til Mdnigh
REWEAVING-Burns, tears, moth
rewoven. Let us save your co
Weave-Bac Shop, 224 Nickels Ac
NO 2-4647.
CAR SERVICE, ACCESSOR
FOREiGN CAR SERVIC
We service all makes and model
of Foreign and Sports Cars.

Lubrication $1.50

PERSONAL

PERSONAL

.. _

WANTED.. .

Students of the
University of Michigan

both Men and Women

FQR PART TIME EMPLOYMENT-
IN AND AROUND ANN ARBOR

Set your own time and hours
pay above average

Interviews: 4
Monday and Tuesday, March 13th & 14th
1:30 P.M. to 5:00 P.M. Room 3B, Michigan Union,
ASK FOR MR. O'DONNELL
H2O

MATH E ATICIANS -
The Electronic Equipments Division of Litton
Systems, Inc.,with laboratories in the Beverly Hills,
Woodland Hills, and Canoga Park suburbs of
Los Angeles; and in Waltham, Massachusetts, has
positions available now for Ph.D., M.S., and B.S.
candidates in these fields:
INERTIAL GUIDANCE AND CONTROL
TACTICAL DATA PROCESSING SYSTEMS
COMPUTER AND CONTROL SYSTEMS
TECHNICAL/SUPPORT ENGINEERING,
ADVANCED COMMUNICATION TECHNIQUES,
Areas of endeavor include:

Nye Motor Sale
514 E. Washington
Phone NO 3-4858
C-TED STANDARD SERVI
Friendly service Is our business,
Atlas tires, batteries and accessor
Complete Automotive Service-A
products and services guarantee<
Road Service
"You expect more from Standard
and you get it."
1220 'South University
NO 8-9168
LOST AND FOUND
LOST-Longin watch,black band.<
tact Lucy Cha, Betsy Barbour,
2-2591;
FOR SALE-Electronic flash, reason
price. Braun Hobby. NO 2-9431.'
LOST-Gold fraternity pin, Prinp
seal on keeper. Reward, call 5-941
FOUND: Girl's blue scarf, Thom
street, Monday. NO 2-6646.
FOUND: 15 weeks (a full semester
interesting, newsy reading. This
found on the Diag., Jan. 28,.1961
the owner is Wanted despera
Please call NO 2-3241 for informs
and fin da semester's DAILY S
scription as a reward (only $4.00 I
FOR SALE
MEN'S & WOMEN'S handknlt
wegian ski sweaters. Call NO 5-i
FOR SALE-Viking 85 quarter t
stereo tape recorder and a Vikin
quarter track playback deck,
2-7409. Ask for Jim.
1.03 K DIAMOND, value $1,175. sel
for $675. NO -6490 evenings.
'56 VW, good condition $700. al
9703.
FOR SALE:Microscope, oil immri
Cail 8-7927. 0
ESTATE DIAMOND for sale. Call
5-6490 after p.m.
1957 SCHULT Mobile Home, bedr
Call HU 2-3532.
INCOME HOUSE: by a student on
Gross inconie $300 per coth. Can
location. Call. NO 2-6094 eveings
FOR RENT
RENT 'a ,frozen food locker, $2 mont
$15 yearly, assistance on who)e
meat, and frozen food buying. Ce1
location, NO 2-3476.
WNTED-One-anefficiency apt.
5-7031. Jerry, after 5.
THIRD MAN wanted to share larg
nished apartment (blockafromler c
pu). Kitchen, two private etrar
$35 a mo. Call Ron Pivnick, NO 34
Ext. 2371, 10-4 weektlays; NO 2-
nites, weekends.
GARAGE-Huron across from Ri
ham. $7.50 a month. NO 3-2800.
BEAUTIFUL 5 rm. apt., 2 bedrooms,
furnished. Available Immed1IAl
Close to campus. NO 2-525, 25
ROOMS. FOR RENT, 1502 Cambr
Single or double men, linens
phone. Call 2-2372.
SINGLE ROOM for men. Clean q
linen furnished, near campus and
sport areas. Refrigerator, NO 2-
LARGE ROOM-was double, will21
as single. 1315 Cambridge Rd.
2-8718.
CAMPUS ONE BLOCK-Modern Ap
mtents, 514 South Forest. NO 2-1
C
TWO BEDROOM HOME. Unfurnia
except for stove and refrigerator.1
mediate occupancy available. Leas
desired. Reasonable. Whitmore Li
HI 9-9581.
WANTED, working girl or part-t
student to share apartment close
campus and hospital. Call NO 2-
evenings.(
SUMMER APARTMENT available
June to September. Ideally locate
the hill, reasonable and provisions
air-conditioning. For information
NO 2-7776.
Phone NO 2-4786
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