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THL)R DAY, OCT48ER 1 ; 196


Wayne Group Fights
Wayne State University stu- Better Off Out, an organization
dents may soon vote in a referen- 1of Wayne students dedicated to
dum to decide whether that school separating the university from the
will retain its affiliation with the NSA, recently asked the school's
United States National Student Student-Faculty Committee to call
Association, a confederation of 337 the referendum.


Medical School Receiv

Grants totalling $71,500 to
Medical School facuity and stu-
dents have been awarded by the
Michigan Division of the Ameri-
can Cancer Society, Dr. William
A. Hyland of Grand Rapids, re-
search spokesman for the Division,
t has anznounced.

es $71,000
on "Chemical Structure and Im-
I munological Specificity" in Rm.;
6423 of the Medical Science Bldg.
4:15 p.m.-Jerzy Ekel from the
University of Warsaw, Poland, will
speak on "Some Recent Applica-,
tions of Information Theory to
Psychology in Poland and the So-

student government groups.
Faculty MZen
FW 1 A - ." *."

Levels Charges
BOO has attacked the USNSA
on the following ground:
1) Few students are even aware
of NSA's existence.

2)vust stuents are notawre
F mU Activitiesjthat tuition money is being used
A '. to support NSA.
A] ]l3)' NSA does not democratically;
represent the student body.
By SANDRA KARMAZIN 4) In violation of provisions in
its own constitution, NSA con-
Where do faculty members go to cerns itself with world and na-
escape from the intrusions of the tional issues.
academic world? M1Vany go to the Compare to 'U'
University Club in the Michigan A referendum similar to that

Union,-an area off-limits to stu-
dents and to women.
The University Club was estab-
lished in 1911 as a social club for
faculty members. Its facilities were!
they housed in the front half of
the Alumni-Memorial Hall base-
ment. In 1938, the expanding club
moved to its present home in the
then newly built Union.
Game Room
The game room of the club is
located .n the basement of the
Union. There are a dozen billiard
tables, bridge tables that can ac-
commodate 36 players and chess

proposed at Wayne took place at
the University two years ago. At
that time, the University student
body voted to retain its USNSA
membership by a narrow margin.
NSA has been most severely cri-
ticized for its liberal stands on
public issues. Allen Howell, co-
chairman of BOO, charged that
the organization has fallen under
the control of a clique of left-
wingers and is not representative
of the mainstream of student
"You'll find that USNSA has
condemned Spain, Portugal and
South Africa, but not once did
they condemn a Communist coun-

Recipients of the grants for re- viet Union" in Aud. B.
search and training are Prof. Wil- 7 and 9 p.m.-Cinema Guild will
liam H. Murphy, Raymond W. ,:and< ,:m.-Cinema Guild will
xuddon Jr. '65M and Mrs. Mar- present Jean Vigo's L'Atalante."
'art L , 58 p.m.-David F. Gray will speak
garet L m.ax,.65M. on "Life and Death of Star Clus-
ters" as part of the astronomy
THURSDAY, OCT. 15 department's visitors night in Aud.
10 a.m.-Ashley Montagu, au- A.
thor and anthropologist, will speak 8 p.m.-The PTP presents the
on "On Being H.man-the Nature APA in "Judith" at Lydia Men-
of Human Relations" for the Mich- delssohn Theatre.
igan Education Association's an- 8 p.m.-Victor Borge will pre-
nual regional teachers conference sent a concert sponsored by the
at Hill Aud. University Bands at Hill Aud.
4 p.m.-Bernard Brodie, chief 8 p.m.-The local chapter of
of the Laboratory of .Chemical, CANDIDATE MILLIKEN Citizens for Johnson-Humphrey
Pharmocology of the National will hold its first general meet-
Heart Institute, will speak on 8:30 p.m. - The University of ing at the Arborland Community
"Drugs, Mice .and Men" in Rm. Michigan Baroque Trio will give a, Rm. The public is invited to at-}
1300 of the Chemistry-Pharmacy public concert in Rackham Lecture tend.
Bldg. Hall. Prof. Robert C. Angell, director
G:34p~m--Sn. illam illi ! RIDY, CT.16 of the Center for Research on Con-
6:30 p.m.-Sen. William Milli- FRIDAY, OCT. 16 flict Resolution; Prof. Daniel R.
ken, Republican candidate for 2:30 p.m.-French author Alain Fusfeld of the economics depart-
lieutenant governor, will speak in Robbe-Grillet will speak on "La ment and Carolyn Dana Lewis, an
the Law Club Lounge. Question du Realisme dans le act artCiant intate and lo-
7:15 p.m. - Tryouts for "The Nouveau Roman" in Rackham Am- cavepabicipanpoitics, will ad-
Peacemaker" conclude in 2518 phitheatre. dress the gathering.
Frieze Bldg. 3:30 p.m.-Candidates for the
8 p.m.-Prof. Albert Wheeler State Board of Education will ap-
of the Ann Arbor chapter of the pear at the Ann Arbor High Aud.-ds U
SNational Association for the Ad- 4 p.m.-Charles Adrian, chair-S tudents UsV e
vancement of Colored People and man of the political science de
William F. Dannemiller, Demo- partment at Michigan State Uni- State Bus. Line4
cratic candidate for state Sena- versity, has cancelled his sched- U
tor, will speak at a public meet- uled appearance at the Rackham
ing of the Americans to Defeat Bldg. Michigan State University an-
Goldwater in the Ann Arbor Pub- 4 p.m.-Bernard Brodie, chief nounced recently that its new bus
ali Library. of the Laboratory of Chemical line is a paying operation.
8 p.cm -The Ann Arbor Civic Pharmacology of the National Three thousand students have
Theatre will present Gore Vi- Heart Institute, will speak on "Re- subscribed to the bus service, in-
dal's "The Best Man" in Trueblood cent Aspects of Drug Action" in stituted after the school banned
Aud. Rm. 1300 of the Chemistry-Phar- student cars on campus on week-
8 p.m.-The PTP presents the macy Bldg. days. The service costs $12 a term.-
APA in their production of "Ju- 4 p.m.-Prof. Michael Heidel- The buses run every 12 min-
dith" in Lydia Mendelssohn The- berger of the New York Univer- utes during school days and every
atre. sity school of medicine will speak hour nights and weekends.

Sororities Announce Names
Panhellenic Association an- Holmes, Nancy Diane, '66Ed; Keith,
nounced recently that the follow- Sally Craigue, '67N; Lomax, Judith, '66;
Medwedeff, Donna Kay, '67N; Moore,
ing students are pledging Univer- Victoria S., '66; Oliver, Marjorie Ashton,
sity sororities this fall: '67; Payne. Martha Joanna, '67; Quick,
Alpha Chi Omega Catherine D.. '67.
Delta Gamma
Denner, Nancy Lou, '67SM; Frank, Decker, Sue S., '67; Dekker, Nancy
Mary Alicia, '67; Halverson, Marilyn, Louise, '66; Desmet, Susan, '66; Guer-
'66Ed; Meyers, Kathleen Marie '67, tin, Margaret Ann, '68; Hoschner, Judy
Quackenbush, Ann Elizabeth, '67. Ann, '67; Peoples, Nancy Beth, '67Ed.
Alpha Delta Pi Gamma Phi Beta
Fellows, Donna Jean, '67; Fogell. Bell, Judy Lee, '67; Burton, Karen
Barbara Elizabeth, '67; Hennes, Joan Sue, '67N: Ely, Ruth Snyder '67; Gui-
Marie, '66SM; Maher, Maureen Virginia. ney, Maureen Elizabeth, '66; Hogstein,
'67; Marvill, Helen Pauline, '67; Mes- Mary Lou, '67; Pedersen, Elizabeth
nick, Ruth J., '67; Nowakowski, Nancy Ann, '67A&D; Simons, Louise P., '67;
H., '67N; Ride, Vida L., '67; Sahlmark, Thumm, Margaret Anne, '67N.
virginia B., '67; Whalen, Linn Kaye, '67. Kappa Alpha Theta
Alpha Epsilon Phi Gilbert, Pamela, '66; Webster, Carol
Ann, '67; White, Sue Elizabeth, '66.
Baron Bonnie Sue, '67; Friedt, DanS, Kappa Delta
ue, '67A&D;aGoodman, Sharyn Bretz, Carol Ann, '67N; Jablonski,
Jean, '67; Mersky, Jane I., '67. Sandra, '67; Nelson, Catherine B., '67;
Alpha Gamma Delta oleck, Anabel, '67; Smith, Marilyn Gail,
Blodgett, Mary Ellen, '67, A&D; '67;
Breda, Carol Ann, '67; Epstein, Barbara Ann, '67; White, Sue Elizabeth, '66.
Jill, '67; Hendrick, Sharon, '67; Lang, Kappa Kappa Gamma
Miriam Ann, '67N; Scofield, Kerry De Marco, Susan M., '67; Garrels,
Claire, '67BAA; Scott, Linda B., '67N. Monly A., '66; Stubblebine, Marge, '67;
Alpha Omicron Pi McMahon, Carol E.; Perault, Pamela
.Ann; Forster, Kristi.
Blazey, Beverly D., '66; Craig, Dianne Ann; FrsterKristi
Marie, '67; Fine, Karen, '66SM; Frevile, Phi Sigma Sigma
Laura Marie, '67; Tratt, Kathryn Crock- Cameron, Paula H., '67; Levine. Lau-
er, '66; Wood, Wendy Graham, '67.

rie Sue, '67; Magy, Ronna Jo, '67; Man-
dell, Reni-Zoe, '67; Nozik, Linda Rae,
'67; Schwartz, Barbara Ruth, '67.
Pi Beta Phi
Godshalk, Margaret Lee, '67; Munro,
Mary Christina, '67N;;Reyes, Maribel,
'66; Moore, Pauline, "66; Webb, Judith
Loralee, '66.
Sigma Delta Tau
Glicksman, Maydee D., '67; Johnston,
:Barbara Joan, '6?A&D; Marzelli, Mary
Catherine, '66; Reistman, Patty Sharon,
'67; Rothbaum, Jean Susan, '67; Simon,
Judy Ann, '67.
Sigma Kappa.
Brust, Ellen Lynne, '67; Coulter, Bev-
erly, '67; De Yoe, Mary Katherine, '67;
Greey, Beverly Jayne, '67A&D; Koziol,
Carla Ann, '67; Mehling, Nancy, '67SM;
Miller, Mary Lee, '67; Mitrega, Barbara
Lee, '67; Olson, Marthe Jo, '67; Riekels,
Fritzi Elizabeth, '67; Sawyer, Sandra
Elizabeth, '67SM; Walker, Julia Lynn;
Wood, Jacquelyn Clark, '67,
Zeta Tau Alpha
Boucher, Margaret Anne, .'67; Bur-
roug, Joy Elizabeth, '67; Clarke, Keudra
Sue, '66D; Mayers, Cynthia, '67; Parker,
Janet L., '67.

Alpha Kappa Alpha
(Assoeiate Sorority)
Atkins, Barbara; Beard, Carolyn;
Griffin, Shirley; Miller, Beverly, Wynn,
I Emily.



of Pledges

Alpha Phi
Burr, Lydia Ellen, '66; Chapman,
Jean D., '67; Dunbar, Laura Gail, '66;
Lange, Christine, '68; Messner, Kath-
leen Anne, '67N; Smith, Joy Ann, '67;
Spencer, Lee Christine, '67A&D; Weil,
Nancy Anne, '66Ed.; Fleming, GwenE
Jane, '67.
Alpha Xi Delta
Burgan, Sharon Lynn, '66; Day.
Claudia Joy, '67; Schmidt, Judith
Diane, '67Ph; Spurlock, Margaret Ann,
'67; Summerhays, Margaret E., '67;
Toby, Nancy, '66Ed.
Chi Omega
Aupperle, Gertrude, '67; Cromwell,
Carolyn Joy, '67; Dent, Mary Susan, '67;
Flynn, Ann Catherine, '67; Fry, Holly,
'67; Hosier, Shirley Ann, '67; Lines,
Leslie Ann, '67N; Payden, Christine
Ann, '67N; Posthuma, Mary, 66Ed; Pot-
tie, Catherine H., '67; Schmaltz, Janet
Kaye, '67A&D; Young, Christine M.,
'67; Wager, Ann Newman, '67N.
Collegiate Sorosis
Ackland, Sherry Lee, '67; Beers,
Lynne Gay, '67; Berger, Jane Alma, '67;
Berry, Anne-Marie E., '67N; Burkhead,
Mary Carole, '66; Eakins, Sandra Lee,
'67; Foley, Margaret Ann, '66; Gorey,
Martha Lynn, '66; Grenat, Peggy Lee,
'68; Guldemond, Marny Louise, '67;
i i1

the EMU players present
TIIE FOURPOSTER by jan de hartog

October 14-18
quirk auditorium
curtain 8:00

tickets $1.25
box office open
12:45-4:30 daily

phone U 2-3453 for reservations

Upstairs is a library and small- I try," he said.
er reading rooms where members Praises Castro
may glance at the latest newspa- He went on to charge that US-
per, read from the well-stocked NSA praised Fidel Castro's war on
library shelves or catch a quick illiteracy while fully aware that
nap before classes. Castro was only teaching prop-
Varied Membership aganda.
The University Club is not "At the 16th USNSA Congress,"
strictly a faculty club. Among its he added, "even moderate Demo-
650 members are representatives of crats who wouldn't be caught dead
various professions including phy- as conservatives on their own cam-
sicians and consulting engineers. puses" opposed the liberal pro-
Non-University personnel usual- posals of the dominant clique.
ly constitute about 15 per cent of Howell contended that the Stu-
the total membership. dent-Faculty Committee is afraid
Persons eligible for membership to bring the subject into the open
include professors, assistant and with a referendum.
associate professors and -instruc- Student opinion on the Wayne
tors together with the research campus appears to be divided.
staff, principal administrative of- Comments from various students
ficers, librarians, curators, direc- published in The Daily Collegian,
tors of teaching and research Wayne's newspaper, reveal a con-
agencies, and research associates. siderable difference of opinion.
Arericarts to Defeat Goldwater
! Abb rt Wh1ee~er, NAA CP
Wi Iiom Dannemiller,
Democratic Candidate State Senate
Ann Arbor Public Library
80 P.
Public Cordially Invited
p 3 -- k1 k31
P R ES E T _

the fourposter
the miracle worker
the devil's disciple
south pacific
six great films

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for ory
until IOctober 18S



Dial 668-6416


Fraternities rt New MembersYour
Interfraternity c ' u n c 11 an- Danial Atnon er'68 ;Baon Robert Richard, '68; McKeague, David W., '68;
" Iz10n~e I'~etly.tht te ollw- ran, 67NR: Berie, lbert Clinton, Moran. Robert Arthur, '67; Skelton,;
nounced recently that the follow- '68E; Burk, Gerald James, '68; Butson, Owen Raymond, '68; Spina, Michael
ing students are pledging Univer- Gilbert Donald. '68; Coffin, Jeffrey Francis, '67; Zeder, Fred Monroe, '68.
sity fraternities this fall: Morotn 68 Craft Lee Harold, 67 Delta Upsilon
SAlpha Delta Phi Hlemstra, Michael James, '68E; Hoff-
Br A, P k emans Joseph '68; Malboe 8ERichard Brownstein, Jerome Alan, '68E;
Burstadt, Paul L., '67; Drake, Geof- Alfred '68; McCrosky, Michael Lyle, Clark, Richard Sheffield, '67E; De-
frey B., '68E; Harley, Charles R., 67E 68' organ Robert Wayne '68E; My Gange, Robert James, '67; Ericson, T od y
Jenkins, Charles L., '68; Kapnick, Ron- ers, Larry Sterwar, '68; O'Hara, John Eric Steffen, '68E; Evans, John Der-
ol R. '6; Mashal, ohn ., ?. Paul, '68; Schraimper, Charles R., '67; by, '66; Feldkamp, Frederick Leroy, '68;!1
Moore, Stanley R., '68; Parr, Michael, Waage. Rodney Allan, '68E; Wheeler, Heiser, Walter William, '68; Kaercher
'66; Richards, Michael R., '68; Scanlon, Ervin Sydney, '67. Daniel William, '67; Katis, Jon Allen
Michael J., '68; Sirrine, John M., '68; '68Ed; McCasey, Michael Patrick, '68 7 n _ ,55
Swanson, Richard, '67. Chi Psi Merriman, John M., '68; Moore, Don- --
Alpha Epsilon Pi Barrett, Thomas Jay, '68; Burns, ald Thomas, '68; Nelson, David William,
Abelson, Jack Irwin., '68E; Edelstein, Richard Ramsey, '68; Hicks, John '68NR; Schranz, Peter Allen, '67Ed;
David Richard, '68; Freedman, Bruce Trimmer, '68; Johnston, Richard Hay-
Martin, '68; Goldberg, Michael Arthur, en, '67E; Parrott, Noble Lawrance, '68; (Continued on Page 8)
'68; Herman, Stephen Lewis, '68; Klas, Ross, Jon Douglas, '67E; Smith, Thom-
Michael Jay, '68; Levin, Stuart A., '68E; as William, '68; Willett, Gordon Henry. D ie T stn
Mofffc, Steven, '68; Moranz, Joel, '68; '68; Yax, Gerald Leroy, '68E. W E Da er e -~
Niego, Stanley Joel, '68; Offen, Samuel Delta Chi
George, '68; Pitchon, Howard Elliot, Medow, Laurence, '68; Petersen, LinNe e
;chae,'68;Roh RiaE;Reisman, Jac8 Alfred, '67; Munoz, John Edward, '68Ed. TYPISTS and STENOS!
Wechsler, Steven, '68; Winter, Gary, '68. Delta Kappa Epsilon
Booth, Petetr, '68; Campbell, Donald Kelly Girl Service, Inc.
Alpha Kappa Lambda Patterson, '68; Church, John Delberty M hgan UnOn,
Van Ark, William, '67; Weatherston, '68; Conley. Latrick Lee Michael, '67; 518 E. William,Ann Arbor
Alpha Sigma Phi John, '68; Harvey. David Nelson, '66;
Architetto, Thomas Michael, '67E; Hester, James Scott, '67A&D; Huber, 6625559"TODAY
Bachand, William, '68; Cant, Robert William Benson, '68; Keeton, Edward
Harris, '67; Goggin, William Edward, D., '68; Lancia, Richard A., '68; Loucks, i
'67E; Meyer, Phillip Gilbert, '67; , Thomas Michael, '67; McHugh, Carl, '68' ..-i-____._ __ ___ __.__.._ _________________ _
Schwark. James Roy, '67. McTighte, William, '68; Morstadt, Carl''
Alpha Tau Omega Bruce, '66Ed; McPherson, Bruce, '68;
Alpher, David J., 67E; Boyd, Thomas Tussing, Thomas Carroll, '67; Haass, TODAY: 4:1Q p.m. Promptly
Huntington, '68E; Calcaterra, Joseph Stephen Allmand, '68E,. Arena Theatre Frieze Buildin
Anthony, '68; Eagle, Rondol Eugene, Delta Sigma Phi 9
'68; Gingras, Paul Louis, '68; Gray,j Brown, Edward Lee, '67E; Clyne, Wil-
Burton Timothy, '67; Groff, David liam Louis, '68E; Danielson, Russeell
Clark, '68; Gustafson, Peter Lane, '67; Edward, '70A&D; Geddes, Stuart Doug-
Heydan, Terry F., '68; Jenning, Tim- las, '67; Hammond, William Barry, '68;
_ othy L., '68Ed; MacDougall, Douglas Houck, Malcolm Hanford, '68E; Mc- by A. A. ine
Robert, '67; McDermott, Frank D., '68; Queen, Patrick Michael, '68; Protz,
Ohr, Fredric David, '67; Scheerer, Paul John Edward, '67E; Soller, Ernest
John, '67; Shefferly, Jon Burke, '67; Frederick, '68; Zdon, Steven Andrew,
Stedman, Lynn Gifford, '68; Stover, '68. Department of Speech
Bernard Hueston, '68E; Timmreck. Paul; Delta Tau Delta Dprmn
William, '67E;Wisniewski,.Dean,688; Boger, Student Laboratory Theatre §
Beta Theta Pi Richard L., '68; Cone, Roger Sherwood, & Admission Free
Black, David Michael, '68; Bowman, '68; Edwards. Stuart, Walter, '68; .satY
Gary George, '68; Davidson, James Ed- Johnson, Allen, '67E; Kessler, Stephen. e, ge 4;M 5mg"-4
ward, '68; Davidson, Mark Henry, '68; _ __ --_-
Ecker, Richard Carter, '68; Harris, By-
ron Hollinger, '68; Jordan, William
Randall, '66; Keto, John Wayne, '68;
Leatherman, Larry Russell, '67E; Min- "We're crooks (honest)! We resolve to make
nick, Malcolm David, '68; Owens, Wi-
Liam Brechner, '68; Rosema, Roger Wil- the world a better place to steal in!"
liam, '68; Simmonds, Steven Craig, '68.
Chi Phi a, 7 ;Auw
Allson Rihar, '7NR Axuloicz r . .


American Premiere!


A merican Premiere!
by Tolstoy-Piscator
Directed by Ellis Racbb
London critics cheer: "Pawertul & Bold!"
"Epic°" "Original & Fascinating!"
SAT. 5P.M.& 9 P.M.

lanc Festival
H - - L -y

by Jean Giraudoux
Directed by Ellis Rabb
by thle great french author of "'Madwomarn
of fia~iitt Ondine,"'TigeatthtGates."
SUN. 3 P.M. & 8 P.M.

A timely drama
by Gore Vidal
October 15-17
Trueblood Auditorium
Thurs. $1.50,
Fri. & Sat. $1.75
Write for Tickets
P. O. Box 1993
Ann Arbor

F RI1DAY, OCT. 23, 8 :30-
Paul Taylor Dance Company
Internationally renowned exponents of modern dance.
Program includes "Aureole" (music by Handel); Duet (music by Haydn); Junction
(music by Bach); and "Party Mix" (music: "Sonata for Two Pianos" by Alexi Haieff).
of the Company, the preceding evening, Oct. 22, at 8:30.
General admission: 50 cents at the door.


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SATURDAY, OCT. 24, 8:30-
Jean-Leon Destine
A varied repertoire ranging from the traditional and joyous folk dances
of the Caribbean, to the drama of Voudun rituals.
SUNDAY, OCT. 25, 2:30-

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