THIlE MICHIGA N DA[ILY
WEDNESDAY, SEPTEMBER 16, 1964
ienic Spirit Ppis Get
per big advantage of the Common t
luct Market is that it provides fcr A Pennsylvania State professor
gri- foreign investment and export," recently found that students who
dm- su s e "conniving, manipulating
ssa- He felt that Greece's position strategies" on their professors re
in the North Atlantic Treaty Or- ceive better grades than compa
cent ganization is hurting her economy.
e "Forty, per cent of the national able students who do npt, the Ann
the budget is being spent on the army, Arbor News reported..
which is the largest in NATO . Results of a study by Prof.Jer-
I of This is extremely unfair," he ReSigrs catas y .ee-
the mhaintains. ' ome Singer indicate that the ten-
e ' i dency to apply pressure to one'E
will Helped and Hindered professors occurs more in men
wild A, rnt o das ethan in women. Iri addition, Sing-
ated According to Coufadakis, Greve er found that male students. who
The has been both helped and hinder- hadfodrthersmoresters. hd
ed by the United States. "Since the had older brothers or sisters had
M1 Marshall Plan, Greece has re- the best manipulative strategies.
ceived no American foreign aid, The studies, made on college
while the U.S. gives Turkey $350 freshmen, tested normal schol-
million a year," Coufadakis said. astic aptitude and the student's
S Athuh:h.Mrhatendency to attempt to influence
"Although the Marshall Plan his professors.
played the largest part in Greece's
recovery, the stipulations on po- "The implications from these
litical immunity for Americans in studies are rather frightening,'
SGreece caused b a d feelings, Singer said. "The results imply
Whereas Greek law continually that the poor college professor ih
< made exceptions for Americans, .. .' hoodwinked by... students as
5 Greeks were not granted equal he goes about his academic and.
favors in the U.S. Today, how- personal responsibilities."
ever, Americans in Greece outside Singer terms his test a test of
military bases are no longer im- Machiavellianism after the 16th
mune,' he explained. Century Florentine writer of "The
"With the third largest Mer-IPrince." The book states that a
chant Marine in the world, Greece ruler'should use any means, how-
depends heavily on foreign trade. ever unscrupulous, to maintain-
She would find it hard to limit power over his subjects.
ships to Cuba as the U.S. has re- Three separate studies were
quested. But Communism, out- used to determine the report's
- lawed in Greece since 1944, is not findings, which have not been
a problem there," he said. published as yet.
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Architects Give Sanders Highest Honor
Prof. Walter B. Sanders, chair-
man of the department of archi-
tecture in the architecture college
has been awarded a gold medal,
the highest honor of the Michigan
Society of Architects, "regional
council of the American Institute
* * *
Dr. Alvin F. Zander, director of
the Research Center for Group
Dynamics at the University's In-
stitute for Social Research, has
been elected a divisional secre-
tary-treasurer of the American
* * *
Charles A. Lininger and Don-
old Warwick, study directors in the,
University's Institute for Social
Research, have left for Lima, Peru
where they will assist in estab-
lishing a survey center for the
Use of This Column for Announce-
ments is available to officially recog-
nixed :and -registered student organiza-...
tbons oly. Orgaenatins who are plan..-
ning to be active for the fali term must
be registered by Sept. 18, 1964. Forms
are available in Room 1011 student Ae-
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Actuarial Club, Organizational meet-
ing, Sept. 16, 4 p.m., 3209 Angell Hail.
Cercie Francais, First meeting. In-
formation on junior year in Aixen
Province,Thurs., Sept. 17, 8 p.m., 3050
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La Sociedad Hispanica, presenta: La
pelicula "Bienveniclo Mr. Marshall" una
buena satira politica, en espanol con
subtitulos en Ingles, Aud' B, Angell
Hall, Sept. 17 at 7:30 p.m. Admission:
Membership, buy your membership at
the door. *
Newman Student Association, Pane'
discussion "Alienation' and Apathy,"
Fr. LsCross, S.J., Marvin Olsen, Don-
ald Warwick, Sept. 16, 8 p.m., 331
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Students for Romney, organizationa'
meeting and speaker,. Sept. 16, 7:30
p.m., Michigan Union, 3rd floor con-
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Society of Automotive Engineers is
having a talk entitled "High Perform-
ance Mustang" by John J. Prendergast
of Ford Motor C o., Thurs., Sept. 17
at 7:3 p.m., Rackham Amphitheatre.
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University Lutheran Chapel, Chapel:
assembly meeting, Sept. 16, 8:30 p.m'.
Midweek Vesper Service, t Christian
Boomerangs." 10 p.m., Vicar Stein, 1511
Youth Committee for DeBerry &,
Shaw, Speech by Edward Shaw, So
cialist candidate for vice-president
title of speech, "How to Fight the Ul-
tra Right," Sept. 17, 7:30 p.m., 3B;
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Near East Club, willhmeet Thurs.,
Sept.17, 8p.m. in the East Con-
ference Room in Rackham.
WEDNESDAY, SEPT. 16
4:15 p.m. - Prof. Sarnoff A.
Mednick will deliver a lecture;
entitled "Children with Schizo-
phrenic Parents" in Aud. B. I
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7:30 p.m.-Mrs. John Pearl of
the classical studies department
will give the second talk in the;
series "Greece: Are You Aware?"
in the Multipurpose Rm. of the'
* * *
8 p,.m.-Henning Blomen, vice-y
presidential candidate of the So-
cialist Labor Party, will speak at
the Ann Arbor YM-YWCA.
* * *
8 p.m.--Voice political partyf
will present a panel on "Students1
and Social Change" in Rm. 3Ra
of the Union.
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Speaking will be Paul Potter,
national president of Students for
1 Democratic Society; Rennard
Davis, director of SDS's Economic
Research and Action Project, and
Dick Horovitz of Voice's Executive
THURSDAY, SEPT. 17
7 p.m.-Bidding starts for Men's
7:30 p.m.-Edward Shaw, So-
cialist Workers' Party candidate
for vice-president, will talk on
'The Dilemma of Lesser Evil Poli-
tics in Rm. 3D of the Union.
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7:30 p.m.-Student Government
council will .hold a meeting of
the Committee on Student Em-
ployes' Association in the Multi-
purpose Rm. of the UGLI.
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ld file a peti- Law. Poli. Sci., or related field. An-
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the Interna- Mich.-Work directly with disturbed
e on campus teen age girls most of whom are
ndicated. Pro- chronically 111. 56 hours of ed. ,soc.,
eing made by or psych. Exper. not required.
International Regional Program for Training the
Mentally Retarded, Hamtramck, Mich.--
uaruge,Senior Openings in new program to work'
ster of Educa- with trainable mentally retarded chil-
dren and young people. Immed. open-
ssor of Social ings. AB-Spec. Ed., Psych., Soc., or Rec-
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ers, Miss N. 764-7460, General Div., Bureau of Ap-.
R. Diaz, Mrs. pointments, 3200 SAB.
Guiterrez, R. TEACHER PLACEMENT:
ez; James Fer- The following teaching positions have
interpreters; been reported from Ann Arbor area
nezuela, Sept. schools:
Music-i hour per week-Tues. oI_
or of Teacher- Thurs. morning. Must have teachini
icipal Council, certificate and own transportation..
2U-Nov. 1. Girls PE-Grades 5- thru 8-6 to P
hours per week between noon and 2 p.m}
Boys PE-Grades 5 thru 8-6 to 8
f t hours per week between noon and 2 p.m
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athe Bureau of Appointments, 3200SAB
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TICKETS ON SALE
MATINEES SEPT. 23-24
1:30 p.m.-$1.50 cNLY
D al 662-6264
SHOWS START AT
1 :00-3:00-5:00-7:00 & 9:05
WORLD PREMIERE ENGAGEMENT,
It's Fun and Action...every time
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BALLETS DE PARIS
HILL AUDKTOR IUM .... . Tuesday, September 29
UNANIMOUS PRAISE FROM LOS ANGELES PRECEDE$
THEIR CROSS-COUNTRY TOUR TO ANN ARBOR.
-Citizen News, Los Angeles
, "This typically Parisian revue is a lighthearted blend of ballet, jazz,
'night club and music hall diversions and it makes a, glittering
-Margaret Harford, Los Angeles Times *4
"Miss Jeanmaire's vibrant and typically French voice and her fasci-
nating, sophisticated movements were something to hear snd see.
The Company is about as eyefiiling and diverting as one coux wii
for; it is, in fact, not to be missed."
-Blain Hightower, Pasadena Star-News
"The most inspired musical shows to play here in many a year
There hasn't been dancing like this anywiere before an the ,United
-James;Powers, Hollywood Reporter
"Roland Petit's choreography is zestful, imaginative and often
exotic as he combines ballet with revue "
c i b-Daily Variety
" "Credit Yves Saint-Laurent with the visual beauty and glitter; his
costumes establish some sort of record for lavishness."
c, , -Margaret Harford, Los Angeles Times
'"Miss Jeanmaire and the company is part of the international ex-
change between the United States and France-if Zizi was only the
French President, relations between the two nations would be
' ~ sweetness and joy."
--Sidney Miller, Valley Times
S"Petit has created the solid framework of the show, with a Parisian
>p music hall format that combines classical and modern terp motifs
°" with a one-woman song end dance performance of tour de force
proportions. Petit provides a showcase of inventive and clever
numbers that move with pace, precision, style and grace."
, " -Shaw, Variety 'I
"Zizi and Roland Petit made a triumphant return to the Greekc
" Theater-the capacity audience acclaimed (La Revue Parisienne)
with profound applaue-it will bring gasps of delight and smiles
of pleasure in scene after scene."
-John G. Houser, Herald-Examiner
TICKETS: Main Floor (center section) $4.50, side
1st Balcony (center section) $4.00, side
2nd Balcony: Rows 1- 8-$3.00
Last 5 Rows -$1.50
University Musical Society, Burton Tower, Hours: 9 to 4:30
Mon.-Fri.; 9 to 12 Saturday.
Phones: 665-3717, 764-2538 ,'
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MICKEY THOMPSON '"JAMES NELSON JOANIE
DUANE CARTER BILLY KRAUSE'- RON MILLER S' MMERS
Sceenolay by MEl60 COLDERG and WI1iAMY00D'OstorybyNilUAMAlAtf 8 j '
and ME! C&DBERG 'Directed by l ARNIL' Produced by W IAM.lARD
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