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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

THURSDAY, OCTOBER 22, 1964

PAGE TWO THE MICHIGAN DAILY THURSDAY, OCTOBER 22, 1964

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NEW AND OLD:
'U' Prepares for Homecoming

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By KAREN KENAH
Homecoming this year will be a
mixture of traditionally held and
never-before-held events, centered
around a theme of "Knights of
Yore in '64."
The Friday afternoon games,
and a Friday night parade and
dance are new to homecoming.
The rest of the activities-pep
rally, tug of war, mudbowl, chariot
races, go-kart races, andrthe
Saturday night dance-are tradi-
tional.
Activities will begin with three
games on the Diag on Friday
afternoon: a pogo stick race, a
joust between students on saw
horses on wheels, and a co-
educational form of musical chairs.
To Ferry Field
In the evening the parade will
start at Markley and proceed to
Perry Field for the traditional pep
rally which will feature Prof.
Hazel Losh, of the astronomy de-
partment, Wally Weber, former
freshman football coach, Head
Coach Bump Elliott, and basket-
ball star Bill Buntin, '65Ed.
Thearally will also include fire-
works, and a bondf ire. The Friars
will present a short singing pro-
gram there.
Tickets for the dance following
the rally will be limited to only
3000 people with Del Shannon and
Johnny and the Hurricanes fea-
tured.
On Saturday morning the tra-
ditional tug of war will be held at
DIAL 662-6264
SHOWS START AT
I:00-3:00-5:00-7:00 & 9:05
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WORLDWIDE
BESTSELLER
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Island Park, the Mudbowl at the
Sigma Alpha Epsilon house, and
the chariot races on the Diag.
'Mighty War'
Gomberg and Taylor houses will
oppose each other in the tug of
war. The Mudbowl will feature
football, soccer and a Mudbowl
queen contest between Phi Delta
Theta and Sigma Alpha Epsilon
fraternity pledges dressed as girls.
The main afternoon's activity
will be the game between Min-
nesota and Michigan.
After the game go-kart races
will be held in front of the Phi
Kappa Psi house and there will be
an alumni open house at Presi-
dent Hatcher's home.

Homecoming this year has also
become the occasion for contro-
versy over the sale of block tickets.
No steps have been taken to re-
distribute tickets to the Mitchell
trio because "there would be too
many headaches involved" said
Susan Sherwood, '65, co-chairman
of Homecoming.
But Sharon Manning, '65, in-
troduced a motion to discuss the
policy on block ticket sales at
Student Government Council last
night.
Forget It Now
John Bingiey, director of stu-
dent activities and organizations,
said that to try to take action now
would be wrong. Rather organiza-
tions should wait until their events
are over and pool their experiences
to come up with a new sale policy.
Although the present policy has
been in use for about the last
forty years with the growing cam-
pus a new policy must be devised.

New .Dorm
Planned for,
'University
By Intercollegiate Press
KINGSTON, R. I.-The Univer-
sity of Rhode Island has outlined
its plans for a new and different
$10 million residence hall com-
piex.
A report to architects instruct-
ed, "The University is not in the
business of housing students; it is
the business of educating students
. not only for a profession or
vocation, but also . . . for an
appreciation of the 'good life,' and
an understanding of the demo-
cratic way of life.
"What we are trying to do is
plan a residence facility which will
be an extension of the educational
environment of the University, Mr.
Hallenbeck, director of institu-
tional planning, said.
Just Like Home
The URI planners' solution is a
house environment. Each house,
consisting of 50 students, can
develop social activities and a
sense of identification to the Uni-
versity. Three or more houses are
grouped together to form a separ-
ate structure know as a residence

University of Michigan Youth for DeBERRY and SHAW
invite you to attend a weekend of talks and panels on:
the real issues in 1964
the negro struggle
how to fight the ultra-right
the road to social progress
Saturday, Oct. 24-and-Sunday, Oct. 25
at Wayne State University, Helen DeRoy Auditorium, Detroit, Mich.
DONATION: $1.50 for the whole wekend or 40c for each sesison
For information call 665-0735

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OCTOBER 21-25

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LSA FLAG STOLEN

THE HOSTAGE
by Brendan Behan'

JUDITH
American Premiere!

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The End of Homecoming
The weekend ends with
]Kitchell trio's performance at
auditorium and .a dance at
Union.

the
Hill
the

CAN A UNIVERSITY COLLEGE function without its flag? The
literary college has been testing this question since early last
week, when its colors-usually hanging in the dean's conference
room--disappeared. While top college officials suspect the tapestry
is adorning some student's bedroom wall, no one seems to know
where the three -and-a-half-year-old cloth is.

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ACROSS CAMPUS:
Clergymen Support Civil Rights Movement
Las unda. more. .thanf Ann on "How to P]Fm . Midd i i

Arbor clergymen of all creeds read
to their congregations and then
signed, a petition stating their
deep concern "that adequate pro-
lec ion of life and property is not
being provided by some state and
local law enforcement agencies."

The petition cites particularly
the "deliberate destruction" in the
South. It approves action by the
President in such matters if
necessary.
All citizens are invited to sign
the petition in the offices of the
churches during the forthcoming
week. The original copy will be
sent to President Johnson Mon-
day, October 26.
THURSDAY, OCT.22
8:30 a.m.-Nathaniel Stewart of
the Alliance for Progress will speak
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n t'rii. a ev u aJan-cipatei n a private seminar with stantinosLardas ai. l
agement Development Program" Prof. Paul Van Buren of Temple 8 p.m.-Pep rally at Ferry Field.Ih a cth
at the Union. University in Rm. 2210 SAB. 8 p.m.-Prof. John A. Williams ns deach or the co plexthouse
9 a.m.-5 p.m.-The Office of Re- 2 p.m.-The Regents will;hold of the Dept. of Astronomy will will be a study room which will
ligious Affairs will hold inter- their monthly meeting in the Re- speak on "Wonders of the South- serve as a classroom during the
views for students wishing to par- gents Room in the Administration ern Sky" in Aud. D, Angell Hall. day. This mingling of study, class-
ticipate in a private seminar with Bldg. 8 p.m.-The PTP presents the room, social and living facilities
Prof. Paul Van Buren of Temple 4 p.m.-Feudal games on the APA in "Judith" at Lydia Men- will create a stimulating climate
University in Rm. 2210 SAB. Diag. delssohn Theatre. for continued intellectual develop-
2:15 p.m.--Dr. Clinton Desoto of 4:15 p.m.-Prof. Louis Guttman, 8 p.m.-Theodore Wallach of ment.
Johns Hopkins University will a visiting professor at the Univer- Chicago will speak on "Christian It Has Everything
speak on "Spatial Paralogic" in sity, will speak on "Anxiety and Science: A Fresh Approach to Se- The architects have planned the
Rm. 1057 Mental Health Research Status: An Example of Attitudinal curity" at the First Church of entire complex working under a
Center. Principal Components" in Aud. B. Christian Science, 1833 Washte- budget of $5,000 per student. The
4 p.m.-Prof. Peter Newman of 7 p.m.-Parade beginning at naw. complex also includes a commons
Johns Hopkins University will Markley going to Ferry Field. 8:30 p.m. - The Paul Taylor connected to the residence hall,
speak on "Foreign Investment and 7 and 9 p.m.-Cinema Guild pre- Dance Company will open the apartment facilities for each fac-
Economic Growth: The Case of sents experimental films in the Chamber Dance Festival with a ulty resident. In addition to din-
East Africa" in Rm. 301 Economics Architecture Aud. concert at Rackham Aud. ing facilities, the commons will
Bldg. 8 p.m.-Generation will spon- 9:30 p.m.-Dance at the IM provide meeting and study rooms.
7 and 9 p.m.-Cinema Guild pre- sor a oPetry Reading at the UGLI Bldg. with Del Shannon and The complex will replace the
sents experimental films in the Multipurpose Rm. featuring Kon- Johnny and the Hurricanes. hotel-like structures now in use.
Architecture Aud.
7 p.m.-Prof. Sheldon Rosen- AT NEW MEXICO:
berg of George Peabody College
will speak on "The Application of . . * .
ContmpoaryTheory and Re-I
sm*"oaiTyho guis ; Denies Communist' Group Recognition
Work with Exceptional Children"
in Rackham Aud. as part of the Collegiate Press Service The existence of the Albuquer- action, if any, his group would
Special Education Colloquium. que chapter was revealed by pub- take toward university affiliation,
7:30 p.m.--Alan Sager, chair- ALBUQUERQUE-University of lication of a letter by James but he asked Popejoy if the At-
man of Students for Romney and New Mexico President Tom L. Kennedy, club president, in the torney General's list of subversive
Mark Killingsworth, chairman of Popejoy has announced his school University oftNew Mexico student organizations should not be used
Students for Stabler will discuss will not extend recognition to any
"Salr<rRmny<hihfrorganization which the FBI has newspaper, the Lobo. Kennedy rather than Hoover's directives asiciatbeor.Rmy;Wchfromned naLbodtralartronorejtngplc-
Michigan?" in Rm. 3RS of the charged is Communist-tinged. come
a which pai1d tha t c.Ptain frnmc rf 1-irns_

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Directed by Stephen Porter
"Mad & Mihprovoking!"., . N.Y. Tims
"Frwe~eutng, Bawdy. Poignant...
Now Yorkvf
WED. 8 P.

by Jean Giraudoux
Directed by Ellis Rabb
by the great French author of "MadweinltU
of Chaillot," "Ondne,""Tigeratthe GtSS.
THURS., FRI.8 P.M.-
SAT. 5 P.M. & 9 P.M.
SUN. 3 P.M. & 8 P.M.

ATTENTION:
Tonight and tomorrow the CINEMA GUILD
presents a program of experimental films from
New York's Cinema 16. Some of the films
represent the more extreme. tendencies in ex-
perimental filming. Scenes may be gruesome
or sexually frank. Audience members who may
be disturbed by these are urged not to attend
IN THE ARCHITECTURE AUDITORIUM
ADMISSION: FIFTY CENTS
The CINEMA GUiLD is a related board
of Student Government Council.

Union.
8 p.m.--The PTP presents the
APA in "Judith" in Lydia Men-
delssohn Theatre.
8:30 p.m. - The Paul Taylor
Dance Company will present a
l ln,,ure-demiontr'atii n at

Popejoy issued the statement
although he conceded that the
organization concerned, the W.
E. B. DuBois Club, has nob made
an application to be recognized as
a student group.
The club. which contends it is

socialism are needed in the Uni.ed -
States. __________________

'Communist-Spawned?'
After the publication of the
letter, thehtwo Albuquerque daily
newspapers reported in front page

COLUMBIA S714U&
FAIL SAFE

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lEndlose stamped self-addressed
envelope for mail order)

speCJUa lec~~tUi11bU1
Rackham Aud.
FRIDAY, OCT. 23
8:30 a.m.-Nathaniel Stewart of,
the Alliance for Progress will speakj
on "How to Plan a Management
Development Program" in the
Union.
9 a.n.-5 p.m.-The Office of Re-
ligious Affairs will hold inter-
views for students wishing to par-,

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a socialist and not a Communist news stories the existence of an
organization, was recently formed Corganizaion which Hoover called
in Alburquerque, the bulk of its Communist-spawned.
membership being university stu- The local press also reported
dents. that the Lobo will carry a left-
A Communist You h Group? wing column by Kennedy. A Lobo
Popejoy said his decision was editorial staff member said he
based on a report last week in a had arranged with Kennedy for
bulletin by FBI Director J. Edgar the column before any controversy
Hoover that the national DuBois had arisen and that it still would
group is a "Communist-spawned be carried.
Marxist youth organization." Popejoy indicated he would take
j'I admit the usual procedureI no action to prevent the publica-
for turning down an application tion of Kennedy's column. He said
is after it is received," Popejoy any such action would have to
said. He added that the adminis- originate in the Board of Student
tration decided to make its state- Publications and that he did not
ment only after it appeared that anticipate it materializing.
the group would seek affiliation. Kennedy did not indicate what
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HARKEN
PEASANTS!
Watch!
Ye Old Witch
yonder on Diag
all day
Thursday

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Sorority Go-Cart Races
Sponzsored by
Delta Gamma and Phi Kappa Psi
Homecoming Weekend-Sat., Oct. 24
Right after Mich.-Minn. game
CORNER OF WASHTENAW AND HILL

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DIAL 5-6290
ENDING TONIGHT
Shows at 1,3, 5, 7and 9:10 P.M.
.:. Come on darling,
you're cut in on
the theft of
the century
<a".I've got
What it
takes...
R1AWYAXptME
MERIN4 :PIER MI ~IIAN
COLORII
FRI DAY
"KISSES FOR MY PRESIDENT"

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"CHEERED & HONORED at the Cannes Film Festival.
It deserves its accolades!"-N. Y. Times
One Of The HOTTER Topics
Of OurTime...Now Scorches
The Screen!
BARBARA BARRIE BEST ACTRESS AWARD
CANNES FILM FESTIVAL
f IERNIE HAMILTON IS SPIENI!"
-The New Yorker
A CINEMAYPRESENTATION

A YEA.R FOR
1.".NVOLI..VEMENT
* A year for young citizens
to act on the course of
America's future
* A year for the youth of
Michigan to back the
Goldwater-Miller
ticket and program
MICHIGAN YOUTH for
GOLDWATER- MILLER
Suite 434, Lexington Building
West Grand Boulevard
Detroit 2, Michigan

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The University of Michigan Young Democratic
The Michigan Union

Club

The University_

of Michigan

Young Republican Club

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PRESENT:
Alan Sager, '65 L, Chairman Students for Romney
Vs.
Mark Killingsworth, '67, Chairman Students for Staebler
on:
" eler or Romnev: Which for Michigan?"

SOPH SHOW
BLOCK TICKET SALES
Starling October 23rd
Tickets on sale for the evenings of

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