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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

WEDNESDAY, OCTOUER 9.1963

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Students Demonstrate

Bromage Sees Rise
Of Irish Nationalism

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By JOHN WEILER
Irish nationalism may be a pro-
totype in the twentieth century,
Prof. Mary C. Bromage of the
graduate school of business ad-
ministration said Monday night.
Prof. Bromage, the biographer
of the president of the Irish Re-
public, Eamon DeValera, saw the
development of Irish nationalism
in four stages: revival of ancient
culture; struggle for independ-
ence; sense of the homeland; and
necessity for leadership.
Ireland has always had an im-
age of itself, she said. Its lan-
guage and its customs have al-
ways been different from those
of the English. The Romans, the
Reformation, and even the indus-
trial revolution never came to Ire-
land.
Second Language
Although Ireland had a very
distinct language in its cultural
background, it has in recent times
become a second language with

THERE THEY ARE-70 members of Huber House, S.Q., appeared
last night at the Michigan Union in order to file display petitions
for Homecoming, Spring Weekend and Michigras for the years
1963-400. In accordance with a new Union ruling against wait-
ing in line to file petitions, 15 houses were ejected from the Union
yesterday afternoon. This is Huber's solution.

Petitioning Set for JJC Committee

3 p.m. in Room 229 W. Engrg. The
speaker will be Ronald Gue of
Johns Hopkins University.
Stanley Quartet.. .
The Stanley Quartet will give
a concert at 8:30 p.m. today in
Rackhamn Lecture Hall, playing
quartets by Haydn, Beethoven and
Bartok.
'U' Players...
Season tickets for the Univer-
sity Players' Playbill will go on

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sale today at the Lydia Mendels-
sohn Theatre box office.
The Playbill consists of seven
presentations, the first of which,
Moliere's "The Miser," will open
Oct. 16 at the Mendelssohn Thea-
tre.
Pop Art...
The Museum of Art will open a
display of "pop art" today which
will run through Nov. 3. The show-
ing will feature works by 12 artists
of the modern period. It is the first
of its kind in the Midwest.
Research Club ...
The Research Club in Language
Learning presents Prof. Stanford
C. Ericksen, director, Center for
Research on Learning and Teach-
ing, "The Psychological Research
Interest in Second Language
Learning," at 8 p.m. today in Rm.
3003 N. University Bldg.
German Club ...
The German Club will hold a
coffee hour today from 3-5 p.m.
in Rm. 4072 Frieze Bldg. The pro-
gram will feature German conver-
sation, music, and singing. Re-
freshments will be provided.
YAF Members
Elect Chairman
James W. Russell, '66, was elect-
ed chairman of the University's
Young Americans for Freedom last
Thursday.
Also elected were Dennis Van-
sis, '65, vice-chairman; Sharon
Manning, '65, recording secretary;
Mary Ann Dehlin, '66, correspond-
ing secretary, and Denis M. Dutko,
'65E, treasurer.
Lionel J. Gatschalk, '66; Wil-
liam Lockwood, '66, and Dale
Warner, '65L, were elected to the

PROF. MARY C. BROMAGE
.--Irish nationalism
schools, government, and others
trying to bring Goelic back into
general usage. DeValera "regards
the language as the means to our
own culture."
Prof. Bromage said the political,
geographical, and religious' divi-
sions all coincide. The north is
predominantly Protestant and
holds allegiance for the crown,
while the majority of the south is
Catholic and nationalistic.
Denies Myth
She denied the myth of Irish
hatred of the British. In reality
they respect the English, she
claimed.
One of the main problems of the
Irish republic, Prof. Bromage com-
mented, is the "self-exile of good
Irish scholars." The young in Ire-
land tend to leave the country in
search of better opportunity. Only
the very young and the very old
survive this exile, she added.
The second characteristic of na-
tionalism-struggle for independ-
ence-means "rule at home" where
the country so desires. The, cycle
goes from separation to self -deter-
mination, in the middle ground,
and finally to complete sovereign-
ty.
Strong Leadership
With sovereignty, there must at
first be strong leadership, she
stressed. DeValera believes in a
strong executive for his country.
In terms of nationalism, she said,
we tend to associate a national-
isticjmovement with a strong lead-
er.
Of the third characteristic, sense
of homeland, Prof. Bromage com-
mented that there must be a "base
of operations." In Ireland there
are political boundaries, yet De-
Valera believes that the country
should not be considered divided.
Concerning the final manifesta-
tion of nationalism, necessity for
leadership, Prof. Bromage said that
DeValera is only one of a long line
of many leaders that are for Irish
homelands, culture, and the other
Irish qualities.
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