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THE MICHIGAN DAILV

FRIDAY, 26 FEBRUARY-1965r-

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INTERNAL CHANGE:
Analyzes Sino-Soviet Conflict

Across Campus

Faculty Protests Dismissal
Of Oregon College Teacher

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By ADALINE ADAMS
The Sino-Soviet ideological split
must be analyzed in terms of the
different internal problems the
two states face, not just in terms
of one factor such as economics
or historical determinism, Prof.
Mark Mancall of Harvard Univer-
sity said recently at the sixth
Challenge lecture on Communist
China.
"Despite Chinese claims to or-
thodoxy as opposed to Soviet re-
visionism, both states have diverg-
ed considerably from traditional
Marxist-Leninist doctrines," he
said.
He claimed the Soviet heresy
began in 1957 with Khrushchev's
move toward de - Stalinization.
Khrushchev was faced with a rel-
atively advanced industrial econ-
omy whose response to Stalin's
terrorist incentives had slowed
noticeably.
Material Incentives
In order to maintain the growth
rate believed necessary to advance
the economy to the point of eco-
nomic leadership which would fo-
ment the world wide Communist
revolution, Khrushchev imple-
mented programs of material in-
centives to replace the old ter-
rorist methods.
Fraterities Cive
Pledge Class List
University fraternities pledged
the following men in spring rush:
Acacia: Jack Butcher, '68; William
Darling, '68Ed; Gary Gershon, '68E;
Alan Kesterke, '68; Thomas McDonald,
'68; Dennis Mclaln, '68; Roger Mikilas,
'8E; Wayne Sieloff, '68E; Robert Simp-
son, '68E; Donald Sweeney, '68E; Gor-
don Swett, '68E; Charles Thomas, '67;
Donald Witt, '68NR.
See FRATERNITIES, Page 8

Mancall noted that such a
change, however, could only be
brought about by proving that
Stalin had been in error. This un-
dermined the ideological and dic-
tatorial powers of the state.
Ideological Militancy
Mao Tse-Tung, however, felt
1that undermining of the dictator-
ial powers of the state was not
acceptable. He was being led to
ever increasing ideological mili-
tancy by the fear of a restoration
of capitalism brought on by the
uttei failure of programs to rap-
idly develop Chinese agriculture
and industry, Mancall said.
"These differences in internal
conditions led directly to differ-
ences in the international policies
of the two Communist states,"
Mancall continued,
He observed that because the
Soviet Union relies on material
incentives for growth, its economy
must feel secure from the threat
of war and confident that it will
be able to enjoy the benefits of
its labors.
Thus it behooves the Soviet
government to work for peaceful
co-existence, maintaining her mil-
itary strength as a deterrent
rather than for purposes of ag-
gression, he said.

John E. Dudd, instructor and,
velopment seems out of the dues- administrative assistant of theI
tion to the Red Chinese govern- music school, has been named ad-
ment, it is making its bid for monsArtorcademy an er-
permanence by trying to take the lochen Arts Academy and secre-
leadership in the world-wide Com- tary of alumni relations for both
munist revolution, Mancall said. the academy and the National
revoltionMusic Camo

ture on "Ethnic Differences in At-
titudes toward Psychotic Symto-
matology: Irish and Jews" in
Aud. C.
7 and 9 p.m.-Cinema Guild will
present John Huston's "The
Treasure of the Sierra Madre" in,

Novel Ideology metrnmcueAG
j~luj ,..a. ,.the Architecture Aud.-
He noted that in this area Mao Dudd held the post of admis- 7:30 p.m.-Prof. Thomas Molner I
has developed a whole new ideol- sions counselor at the University of New York University and Prof.
ogy running directly counter to prior to assuming this present Hugh Sonythge of Brooklyn Col-'
traditional Marxist-Leninist or- post. lege will lead a discussion on
traditon Mich st-Leninit or- * * * South Africa in the third floor
proletariat of the advanced in- F o u r University biophysicists conference room of the Union as
dustrial nations will be the focal will present papers at the ninth the second part of the Conference
point of the revolution. annual meeting of the Biophysical on South Africa.
Society being held in San Fran- 8 p.m.-The Concert Dance Or-
Accepting thei poverty as in- cisco Wednesday through Friday, ganization will present a concert
evitable for the present and at-'Feb. 24-26. of classical, modern and jazz dance
tempting to make it a positive Prof. Samuel Krimm of the featuring dance students from the
way of life-an heroic ascetism- physics department will speak on Interlochen Arts Academy as
this new 'Maist" ieology thol- "Low Angle X-ray Diffraction guest performers in Lydia Men-
that the decisive role in the revo- Patterns of Feather Keratin. delssohn Theatre.
lution will be played by the un- Dr. C. R. Worthington of the 8 p.m.-Wilber J. Cohen, assist-
militant Red China, Mancall ex- physics department will present ant secretary of Health, Education
mliand C"Fresnel Images in the Insect and Welfare, will speak on "Young
plained.IEy~ and Unskilled, Old and Ignored"
"In view of the fact that all Eye."adUskldOdndInrd
xIiwComustgfacrnmntsal Dr. Margaret J. Hunter's paper in the University Activities Cen-
existing Communist governments is titled "Determination of Pro- ter's symposium on American pov-
have come in to power on the $ ryi h no alom
backs of Communist soldiers tein Partial Specific Volumes. ty in e Union Ballroom.
rather than through a proletarian Dr. Gordon L. Nordby's paper 8:30 p.m.-Letitia Karner, so-
revolution, the Maoist ideology is "A Finite Path Diffusion prano, will give a concert in the
Method for Measuring Protein Recital Hall of the music school,
may ultimately be more realistic Component Refractive Increments North Campus.3
than the Marxist ideology of the for Application to Sedimentation
Soviets," Mancall noted. Euilibriu Experiments." SATURDAY, FEB. 27
No Boon to U.S. * * *.

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WILLIAM C. KELLY

Offer Geology
Camp Course
This summer the geology de-
partment will offer a new intro-
ductory geology course at Camp
Davis, the University's Rocky
Mountain field station.
The new program will combine
Geology 111 and 112 in a seven
and one-half week period from
June 28 to Aug. 18.
Open only to male undergradu-
ates and men accepted as fresh-
man for the fall term 1965, the
introductory geology curriculum
will be under the direction of Prof.
William C. Kelly of the geology

Collegiate Press Service
EUGENE, Ore. - University ofj
Oregon faculty members have con-
ducted a sympathy demonstration
supporting a Central Oregon Col-
lege faculty member who may I
lose his teaching position because
he presented questionable poetry
to a literary club on the COC
campus.
Ashleigh Brilliant, a University
of California graduate on his first
teaching assignment, read poetry
by Ginsberg and Ferlinghetti and
some of his own works to the
Parnassus Society, a literary study
group which he started in Oc-
tober. Shortly thereafter, the
group was dissolved by COC Pres-
ident Donald Pence.
Brilliant was told some time
later that his teaching contract
would probably not be renewed
the following year. He was also
charged with "dwelling upon sex"
in his classroom teaching.
Pence said that no positive ac-
tion had been taken against Bril-
liant, "but I did tell him that if
one persists in taking a course
"The DeiviPs
Disciple:~
has, in TRUTHI,
S genune
NOVELTY in it" j
-GBS
'March 3-7, 8:00 p.m.
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which is adverse and creates too
much public opposition one could
lose one's job."
The action of the University of
Oregon faculty came about two
weeks after the news of Bril-
liant's apparent dismissal. A group
including members of the Eng-
lish, history, political science and
anthropology departments read
Allen Ginsberg's poem "Howl," the
same poem which Brilliant had
read, at the Free Speech Plat-
form in front of the Student Un-
ion on the Eugene campus.
U-M Concert Dance Organization
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8:00 P.M.
LYDIA MENDELSSOHN THEATRE
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Outside Antagonist -v.
Mancall commented that the He also asserted that hopes to
Red Chinese government, on the exploit the Sino-Soviet split to the FRIDAY, FEB. 2G
other hand, faced with no im- advantage of the U.S. are totally 4:10 p.m.-Cytil Burea of the
mediate prospects for significant unrealistic. University of California at Berke-
economic development, can justify "Once the dispute is over and ley will lecture on "Hsu Chih-
its dictatorial powers solely on the the ideological disunity is accepted, mo's Debt to Thomas Hardy" in
existence of an outside antagonist the two states will be able to co- Rm. 200 Lane Hall.
from whom the state must be operate on a political level, 4:10 p.m.-Prof. Robert Rosen-
protected. "The U.S. must realize that it blum of Princeton University will
China must maintain the image is now dealing with two distinct lecture on "The Document and the
of the "embattled fortress," which Communist ideologies and that the Hallucination: The Origins of
the Soviet Union finally rejected only chance to break the militant British Romantic Painting," in
with the doctrine of peaceful co- stance of the Red Chinese is to # Aud. B.
existence, he added. offer a valid hope for economic 4:15 p.m.-Prof. Norbett Mintz,
Since immediate economic de- development." of Brandeis University, will lec-

10 a.m. and 2 p.m.-The Uni- --
versity Players will present "King department.
Midas and the Golden Touch" in Days at the camp will consist of
Trueblood Aud. inlectures and lab work in the morn-
2:30 and 8 p.m.-The Concert ing with the afternoons spent in
Dance Organization will present the field. The course will contain
DacnceOrganizationll prsern ndat least one extensive field trip,
a concert of classical, modern and covering such points as Yellow-
jazz dance featuring dance stu-son ational Pak, e copper
dents of the Interlochen Arts mountains near Butte, Mont., and
Academy as guest performers.
4:30 and 7 p.m.-Marilyn Ma- Craters of the Moon National
son, organist, will give a recital _nm t _nIdah_
in the organ studio, Rm. 2110
in the music school, North Cam-
pus.
7 p.m.-The. National Confer-

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:;::":;:;::::.:;;.::::.::;;:,>::>.. ".. I ence of Christians and Jews (Ann
Aibor chapter) will hold a "Broth-
erhood Banquet" with featured
speaker Assistant Secretary of
F NHealth, Education and Welfare
rIN Ede 1v
Wilbur J. Cohen. A fellowship
hour ill begin at 6 p.m.

GUILD HOUSE

802 Monroe
NOON LUNCH 25c
PROF. THOMAS MAYER:
"Critique of the Affluent Society"

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M6423 Medical Science Bldg. 3. Prod. Supv., BS Chem., ChE or Med. SAB.
Sci. American Institute for Foreign Trade,
Bradford Terrace, Milwaukee, Wis.- Phoenix, Ariz.-BS: CE, EE, IE & ME.
GeneralN ies Physical Therapist, recent grad for corn- Make appointments at Bureau of Ap-
School of Music Honors Program: Ap inunity service facility for older citi- pointments, 3200 SAB.
pAicationst are now being received for St. Paul Civil Service, Minn. - Jr. ChAmerIcan Ol C.&Chcago EMarin
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9 i ana .) p.m.-ne a .Dun wil
present Jean-Luc Godard's "My
Life to Live" in the Architecture
Aud.
8:30 p.m.-Barbara Urist, viol-
oncellist, will give a concert in
the Recital Hall of the muskc
school, North Campus.

applications and supporting statements
by the Honors Council: Mon., March 12.
Hopwood Awards: Students planningj
to enter the Hopwood Contest are re-
minded that transcripts of fall term1
records are due in the Hopwood Room
by March 1.

a Calendar Ushers: Ushers are urgently needed
for the Kingston Trio show in Hill
Short Course on Outdoor Recreation Aud. Sat., Feb. 27. Interested persons,
and Planning-Michigan Union, 8:30 please call NO 8-8597, and report at
a m. 7:30 p.m., Feb. 27 at the east door of
Hill Aud.
Center for Chinese Studies Lane Hall,
Lecture-Cyril Birch, University of Cal- National Teacher Examinations: Ap-
ifornia, Berkeley, "Hsu Chih-mo's Debt plication blanks are available in Room;
to Thomas Hardy": 200 Lane Hall, 4:10 122 Rackham Bldg. for the National t
Teacher Examinations., The next ad-S
____ministration of the test will be on

plus 1 yr . inl an i g "ric .Ad.830 p.m . - The Netherlands
Application deadline March 19. Bethlehem Steel Co., Bethlehem, Pa.:
City of Torrington, Conn.-City Plan --BS: ChE, CE, EE, E Math, EM, E Chamber' Choir, Felix De Nobel.
ner, degree in city planning, civil en- Physics, IE, Mat'ls., ME, Met., NA & conductor. will present a concert
grg., or arch, or rel. area. Comb. of ex- Marine, Sci. Engrg, Chem., Math & in Rackham Aud.
per. & training totaling 4 yrs. may Physics. Res., Prod., Sales, Mining, 8:30 Th Ki t Tr
qualify. Application deadline March 31, Ship.
** * Collins Radio Co., Cedar Rapids Div. will give a concert in Hill Aud.
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212 SAB- Sales, Mgmt. trug.
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Housekeeping dept. MS: Nuclear. Men & women. Can con-
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terviews Tues., March 2 for staff for citizen-permanent visa required. R. &
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Details & information at Summer 114 branch offices-BS: EE & ME. Sales..
Placement, 212 SAB. York Corp., Sub. of Borg-Warner
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ISTUDENTS

Cinema Guild-John Huston's "The'
Treasure of the Sierra Madre": Archi-
tecture Aud., 7 and 9 p.m.
University of Michigan Concert Dance,
Organization Dance Concert-Interloch -
en Arts Academy dance students, guest
performers: Mendelssohn Theatre, 81
pm.
Hockey-U-M vs. Michigan Technolog-
ical University: Coliseum, 8 p.m.
Symposium on American Poverty-
Wilber J. Cohen, assistant secretary of
health, education and welfare, "Young
and Unskilled; Old and Ignored": Un-
ion Ballroom, 8 p.m.
School of Music Retical-Letitia Gar-
ner, soprano: Recital Hall, School of
Music, 8:30 p.m.
Doctoral Examination for Jay Ward1
SchUltz, Chemical & Metallurgical En-:
gineering; thesis: "The Influence of
Sulfur on the Creep-Rupture Proper-
ties and Hot Working Characteristics of
Several Experimental Nickel-Base Al-
loy," Fri., F. 26, 3201 E. Engrg.
3 p.m. Chairman, J. W. Freeman.
Doctoral Examination for Thaddeusj
Mathew Glen, Industrial Engineering;
thisis: "The Prediction of Work Per-
formance Capabilities of Mentally Han-
dicapped Young Adults," Fri., Feb. 26,
(Faculty Lounge) W. Engrg. Bldg., 3
p.m. Chairman, W. M. Hancock.
Depts. of Military, Air and Naval Sci-
ence: Annual Military Ball, "Worldwide
Holiday," Michigan League, 9-12 p.m.
Biological Chemistry Departmental
Colloquium: Dr. Paul Berg, Stanford
University, "The Mechanism of Amin-
oacyl RNA Synthesis," today at 4 p.m.,

Sat., March 20, and applications must
be received in Princeton, N.J., by1
March 5_
For'eign Visitors
The following are the foreign visi-I
tors programmed through the Interna-
tional Center who will be on campus
this week on the dates indicated. Pro-l
gram arrangements are being maderby
Mrs. Clifford R. Miller, International
Center, 764-2148.
Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Brown Hart-
shorne. inspector of schools, Depart-
ment of Education, Johannesburg, Un-
ion of South Africa, Feb. 22-27.
S. G. Wilkinson, head, Research De-
partment, Herald Sun Television, Mel-
bourne, Australia, Feb. 28-March 3.
Prof. Abden Ramon Lancini, direc-
tor, Museum of Natural Sciences, Cara-
cas, Vehezuela, Feb. 28-March 3.
Placement
ANNOUNCEMENT:
Accion-A privately supported corp.
promoting social and economic devel-
opment in Latin America, including
community organization & dev., form-
ing local industry & small business
enterprises. Persons with trng. or ex-
per. in organizational activities, busi-
ness, soc. work and/or tech. fields are
needed. Interviews Thurs. & Fri., March
4 & 5. Call 764-7460, Bureau of Appoint-
ments for appointments.
POSITION OPENINGS:
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Secretarial Ass't., some exper., knows.
of dictaphone & shorthand, clerical
detail. Woman with good typing skills.
2. Prod. Trainee, recent grad, degree in
biol., chem. or rel. field. Train for
prod. supv. & ass't. in lab. controls.

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