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NTATION PANEL:
Committee Henry Carter Adams
SGC Members View Issues SlcsUisHnyCre dm
Selects U nits (EDITOR'S NOTE: This is the At his retirement from the aca-
third in a series of 21 articles tea-
turing the namesakes of the men's demic life in 1927, the Michigan'
y GAIL EVANS _ "oresidence halls.) Alumnus said of his, his "greatest
er ban is when anyone is allowed achievement rests in the influence
tic freedom, the frater- F*~. . . .e a swhnayn salwd or ZSIIj y OIELN a a lashd vrhssu
ity question and "in loco to speak except those who advo- eBy LUISE LIND ha has always had over his stu-
e i and crbaloys-cate the forceful and unlawful The introduction of economics dents; quiet, intensely human,
the Student Government overthrow of the government; he The Homecoming Committee has into the University curriculum and sympathetic, always inspired with
theStudent Gorm added. accepted the petitions of the fol- its development to an important the highest ideals, he has given
rientation program pre\.,.. * .-.. .Miller argued that there should lowing housing units for displays: position in the program of every thousands in his classes something
ht Council members pres-4' f":gp nitoprra oferyg
with the sorority-fra- be no speaker ban since the gov- Adams House; Adelia Cheever; Alice student may be directly attributed of that personal inspiration which
estione John Meyerholzernment has many means to pro- Lloyd, Stars and Scars Forever; Alpha to Prof. Henry Carter Adams. is the mark of a great teacher."
tesiontJontMyerolf .Clhi Omega, Michi-Caliope; Alpha Delta Hi death a few dyslte ak
dent of Interfraternity tect itself, including police powers. Phi; Alpha Gamma Delta, 'Til We Meet A professor of political science s ays ar mark-
raced the history of SGC Walker's Actions Again; Alpha Omicron Pi, We've Got and from 1887-1921 the head of ed the end of a life of accomplish-
with Greek-letter orga- Fred Batlle, '64A&D, cited for- Note-Riety; Alpha Sigma Phi, The Birth e economics department, Prof. ent, surely filled with the earth-
ofteBu;Alpha xi Delta, Victor'sth ecnmsdpamntPrf ly content described in his poem
....;3:" "mer General Edwin L. Walker's Valiant in Four Quarter Time; Allen Adams originally came o the U- "Noon Song of the Black Bud-
that since 1955 frater- Rumsey, I Get a Kick out of You; versity in 1881 as a lecturer in dah":
sororities have been con- Anderson, You've Had Your wish; Beta economics. Prof. Adams had the
udent organizations for what can happen when individ- Theta P, M-Tide; Betsy Barbour, Scotch ability to see the newly-deveed "Ole' mudder Earth, she's sleep-
of ognztin'o N Soda, bliyt sete enydvloe
of recognition, but that uals have the right to advocate the Also included in the approved s and :till largely unrefined sciencehnn
Also iWhileespinnthn'atruodedsky;
they are student orga- forceful overthrow of government. are: Chicago House, We're All Keyed of economics not as a meaningless
they are also something yEhup;dchiPsi, Make 'em Sing, Mich; body of data and statistics unre- She don't know whar she's
pointed to financial as- Daily Editor Michael Olick, '63, Cooley House, Sing Sing Along with lated to American society but as gui-an,
rom national organiza- pointed out that two reasons for Mich; Couzens Hal, Gophers Away!; an integral part of national life. Nor yet de reason why.
Delta Delta Delta, I've Got You Under I lbs dt kind Ole mdder
alumni. speaker bans were that students my shin; Delta Gamma, Chug the Jug This unique humanistic view of 'Case she has gin to me
Speaker Policy are considered susceptible and im- in Tempo, Drum 'Em Out; Delta Upsi- the science, relatively rare among As he plum full ob see cn
ing academic freedom KENNETH MILLER pressionable, and that lending lon, You Beat Me to the.Punch; Evans ecncsselatelrem ong A heart plum full ob sweet eon-
.. seake pok Uniersiy failites t cerainScholars, If I Had a ammer; Gomberg economists of the time, Prof. et
er bans, Administrative -. speaker policy University facilities to certain House, Follow the Bouncing Bail; Adams imparted to his students tent,
dent Kenneth Miller, '64, speakers lends prestige to poten- Greene House, Showboat; Hayden House, with a tolerance and kindliness Hnr Adams
ndividuals draw the line who has invoked the Fifth Amend- tial enemies. Olinick disagreed with His Master's Voice; Hinsdale House, noteworthy among educators of -Henry Adams
of speech at three 1ev- ment of the United States Consti- these arguments. Gopher Mash; Huber House, Flying Pur- Adams House in West Quad-
ple Gopher Eaters; Jordan Hall, We've the day. rangle bears the name of this
tution. Others draw the line with He also attacked "in loco par- Got Minnesota on a String Sitting on Taught at Cornell
ere are those who would Communist speakers, he said. entis," commenting that it creates the Goalpost. Born in Davenport, Iowa, in gular and most noteworthy man
any person to speak The most liberal form of speak- an attitude in which the student Also accepted were: Kappa Alpha The- 1851 Adams attended Iowa Col-
is considered an unequal member ta 0-GoHome-A; Kappa Delta, Michi lege where he received both bach-T o P roduce
mithe University society. He said ma, It's a Treat to Beat Your Feet in elor and masters degrees. Johns
der Veen ites Trends ttthestudent has little to say the Minnesota Mud; Lambda Chi Al Hopkins University granted him
about the rules w hich govern his pha, Chicks and Ducks-and Gopher's a do t r t in 1 7 . H ta gter -c s r om lf .B t r S u ry L o d. o s , S r nghw T
extra-cassroo life.Along with Mich; Martha Cooke, Senti- political science at Cornell Uni-O O
-taen SGC Executive Vice-President mental Journey Home; Mary Markley, versity for four years before he
ira.u e ou op Richard G'sell, '63BAd, and Coun- Whale of a Tail; Michigan House, Mich- accepted his position with the Uni-
igan Names the Tune; Mosher Hall, Te- rThe University has been invited
_________________cil President Steven Stockmeyer, QulAGpe;PiGmaDla 1versity.
iICHAEL JULIAR '63, pointed out that students can Beta Phi, The Gopherpoof Song; Pi As a rising economist, Prof. by the American Foundation for
tor and author, said Monday in choose whether they want to at- Lambda Phi, Sights on the Rose powl; Adams was one of the first to see the Blind to participate in the
nds of reaction are in- a lecture entitled, "European tend the University or not. Stock- Scott House, Zing Went the strings of. the importance of attaching in- production of an original televi-
modern Western Euro- m~~~y Harp; Sigma Alpha Epsilon, Give insodelgwthbnns.
i modern Western Euro- Writing Today." meyer said that often some forms the Gophers the Downbeat; Sigma Al- tangible values to the appraisal of sion show dealing with blindness.
ature. In England and Vander Veen took two Western of "in loco parentis" are helpful pha Mu, Smoke Gets in Your Eyes; Sig- public utilities and was largely re- The Foundation is sponsoring a
lerlands, writers react European countries and showed to the student. ma Delta Tau, I've Got a Crush on You; sponsible for the system of ac- contest for colleges and universi-
e hypocrisy of our time, how they "reflect world emotion" sigma Kappa, Minnesota in the Mourn- counting used on American rail- ties in which four categories are
iti hi rtn ter---- -,ng; Sigma Nu, Score for Sing alongconigueonAeiaraltesnwhhfuraeoisae
t in their writing their in their current fiction. with Mich, roads of the time. open to competition: fifteen min-
and lack of definite Spiritual Crisis CalleOther units receiving approval are: For two years he served the ute dramas or documentaries, and
He pointed out that "the world oSeg Sigma Phi Epsilon, Put Another Gopher United States Government as an half-hour dramas or documentar-
rnee, the reaction to a is moving through a spiritual In; Stockwell, A Toast to Michigan; advisor to the Chinese in working ies.
ich is found to be in- crisis. Existence of man has be- 1s enHa or oer out an accounting system adapt- Each production must deal with
rnplex leads to an aes- come problematical. Our civiliza- Romney Lead Michigan; Tau Delta Phi, ed to Chinese railroads. some aspect of blindness.
olution," Adriaan Van- tion is threatened with total des- we'll Make Those Gophers Change their Forty colleges have television de-
, prominent Dutch edi- truction." Tune; Tau Kappa Epsilon, I want r Ipartments, Gregor Ziemer, the
"hEVANSTON, Ill.-Nearly 2,000 to go Back to Mich; Taylor House, Prof. Adams worked for 25 years Foundation's director of public ed-
"Afe the concenration camps textbooks for three lecture courses cord the core Theta Chi Bust Mm- as a statistician for the Interstate ucation, said.
"and the disappearance of most nesota; Theta Delta chi; Theta xi Commerce Commission headed by Aciga' larn os o
prive T beliefs, we don't know any more have been distributed at North- I'i Be Seeing You; Triange, The Lone-CActing as a clearing hose for
what to say with any certainty western University under a dis- ly Gopherd; Trigon, All Shook Up; Van Mortimer E. Cooley. The theories problems affecting the nation's
about man and the value or sig- unrTyne House, Pop Goes the gopher; and methods employed by the two estimated 394,000 blind children
abotjanan te ale r ig count student cooperative pilot Wenley House, Chain Gang; Williamsmeintsudrakghdfoad adults, the Foundation is
conoin1es nificance of reality about us," he House, Home on Range; Zeta Psi, Do men inthis undertak g had for and
continued. Program sponsored by the Student the Locomichigan; Zeta Tau Alpha, It's more than thirty years the ap- hopeful that the contest will pre-
rry Supple' of Sussex Vander Veen said that -in the Senate. a Grand Night for Stinging. proval and support of the high sent new opportunities for under-
in England will deliver England of today, "the old con- * * * courts in this country. At his ap- standing the problems of the blind
ventions of prose writing are still BENNINGTON, Vt. - Benning- ... pointment in 1887, Prof. Adams and finding new solutions to cope
P Srtgc atrner'ceptions3.. was the only statisticin in the wt hm
n Strategic Factors In found to be entirely adequate. ton College will become the first with them.
d American Economic There is even a certain hostility college in the country to award Professors Donald E. Stokes and ICC's employ. When he left the
nt in the 19th Centurv" aaint litrarv eynpriment as h- snm nf it nm aohniarhin Warren .* Millo hf the S:r post a quarter of a century later,

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