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THE MICHICAN DAILY

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IN WEEK OF ACTIVITIES:
rof. Singer Discusses Disarmament at'

off the map with their counter
retaliation?" Thus the theory of
defense has been corrupted by
retaliation," Prof. Singer said.
'Foolproof Inspection'
Prof. Singer stressed the fact
that the Western side has been
asking for the impossible in "fool-
proof" inspection. "The crucial
question," Prof. Singer said, "is
just how effectively does it deter
violation," as the USSR is fighting
a world psychological battle and
the USSR will not do anything
that will bring detection. He sug-
gested a close watch on uranium
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POLITICAL SCIENCE:
'UN' Meeting Department
supplies as they are mined and PAT GOLDEN
distributed and a long range in- A public lecture by the Rt. Hon
spection system. Lord Bridges, permanent under-
Prof. Hugh Patrick of the eco-er y he ih a ,
nomics department and Prof.- secretary to the British treasury
Richard Park of the . political . will highlight the political science
science deparement spoke on the .;department's fiftieth anniversary
ramifications of "Aid to Emerging v celebration, April 8 and 9.
Countries." Lord Bridges will speak in Rack-
Prof. Patrick felt that funds ham Auditorium at 8 pm. April 8
could go for technical aid to raise ' on "The Status and Prospects of
the capital stock such as roads Political Science as a Discipline."
and schools, or for investment to The conference wil o that
raise the business and trade cap day with an afternoonseminar,
abilities. The majorproblems "Political Science instruction a
however, were the source, control Preparation for Participation ii
and channeling of the finds. PROF. ROBERT CRANE Publie Affairs and PublicService.'
discusses India Pbi far n ulcSrie"
Technical Assistance The introductory pfer will be
Technical assistance was a minor P rofessor presented by Delaware University
part of the total program, and President John A. Perkins.
vast finds are needed for the A second seminar will be held
"masses of goods" that are needed " " April 9 on "Issues and Problems
to pimethe umpA eergig t oo 'I n tan of Political Science Research."
to pri thepumpof emerging dg P
nations, Prof. Patrick said. CE 4 f~ i~ lPr_'V..KeofHradUi
"Aid in the U.S. has been an versity, currently a Ford Founda-
instrument of foreign policy" and -e tion Research Professor of Gov-
all nations will have to weigh the o'] ' Rernment will present the introduc-
advantages of developing countries tory paper.
with the repercussions of being a By ANITA PETROSHUS
direct donor nation before they "
decide to channel their funds "Within a short period India has Bagwell Plans
through the UN, Prof. Patrick attained a position of being one of
the prominent powers whose voice 1TT
pointed out. ha.: to be listened to and attitudes Speeeh at U
Humanitarian Motives watched," Siba P. Sen of the his-
Prof. Park -It that bi-lateral tory department said Sunday dur- Paul D. Bagwell will speak to
aid agreements were "bound to ing a panel discussion on "India's the Young Republicans at 8 p.m
continu9 to be the major form of Foreign Policy" sponsored by the
aid. However, he questions "how Indian Students Association. today in Rm. 3G of the Union.
effective any aid will be able to be Professors Robert I. Crane of Bagwell is expected to bid again
in terms of the cold war atmos- the history department and Rich- for the OP Gubernatorial nomi-
phere." He pointed out that mili- ard L. Park of the political science nation this year, as the opponent
tary aid to Pakistan had upset In- department were the other panel of Sen. Carlton H. Morris .(R-
dia's aid plan, therefore invalidat- members Kalamazoo).
ing a large amount of aid to both. He set forth the basic principles He is associated with the "lib-
Prof. Park examined the reasons c' Indian foreign policy as those eral" wing of the party, and ac-
for giving aid and found hu rani- enumerated in 1946 by Prime Min- cused by conservatives of follow-
tarian motives strong. The greater ister Jawaharlal Nehru: ing closely Democratic leads.
trade and thus greater livelihood The opportunity to play a part
of all nations inducing nations to in international organizations not
join the "devel ,g nations pool" as a atellite nation but as a free
was found important also. power liy of non- "gmentY 1hT O MR R
_______________ A policy of non-alignment with i.
power blocs;
OrganizationFriendly cooperation with Eng- -_
land and the Commonwealth;
Notices Condemnation of racsm, especi-
ally in South Africa;
The idea that India is "of Asia, // A
Am. Nuclear Soc., meeting, panel de- and the people of Asia are nearer A )O fl
bate: "The Philosophy of Teaching," and closer to us that others"; Lecture NO. 2 in
Panel:Drs.W. Kerr, R. OsbornP3 Hope that the traditional friend-
zweifek, Moderator: Dr. H. Gomberg. ship with China will grow. Some Guid
Refreshments, new members welcome. Modern Factors
* * * Sen said India's policy of non-
Democratic Socialist Club, meeting alignment derives largely from
of all members, March 15, :30 p.m.,moenfcrsthtncne-
Union. modern factors: that in contem-
« - - porary world politics there are B'NAI
Intern'tl Folk Dancers, folk dancing two power blocs, and constant
and instruction, March 16, 8 p.m., Lane threat of war, and that a war
H . * would be detrimental tc the exe-
Political Issues Club, "Another Tui- cution of India's economic plans.
tion Increase?" with Vice-Pres. Pier- "Indian foreign polic is still
pont, March 15, 8 p.m., Union, Rms. in the making, and Ifas not yet
aStud. Activities Bldg., Admin. Bd., rigi"' ed itself into a fixed sys-
desk space available on 2nd floor of ten," he said. "While this gives
SAB. Organizations interested in space, the government more freedom to
contact Stuart Dow, Bm. 2535, SAB by maneuver when necessary by de-
mail by March 18. , ciding each case on its merits, the
Student Marketing Club, meeting, disadvantage is that it also ex-
March 16, 7:30 p.m., Bus. Ad., Rm. 131. poses the government to charges
Speaker: J. Murphy, Mgr. of Prod, of vacillation."
Planning & Coord. a- Prof. Crane discussed the his- C
~Prduct Planing and Coordination.
S* * torical aspects of India's policy,
Young Republican Club, March 15, s and the Congress party's role of
p.m., Union, 30, speaker: Paul D. Bag- laying its foundations.
well. Sensitizes Leaders
"The Congress party leaders'
experience as nationalists has sen-
sitized them to any aspect of for-
+eign domination," he said, "and 'M R
there was a latent set of suspicions
DIAL NO 5-6290 and fears based on their experi-
ence with colonial domination.
EuUE UTIN 0 E s110 "Twenty or forty years from
R N'i " now they may be as casual about
1 H & Ycolonialism as we are today, but Delegate Meeti
to understand today's policy we
1W* ..w... must understand the colonial
Caerr ..w struggle and attitudes that went
S6 * with it."
s*rs'"" Analyzes Problems

Prof. Park analyzed India's cur-
rent problems and predicted likely
future developments.
Prof. Park predicted likely fu-
ture developments in Indian for-
eign policy as an increased mii-
tary force over the next decade,
gradual betterment of relations
with Pakistan, more annou.ice-
ment of "positive internal aspira-
tions" for Indian society, and
closer relations with the West,
YNKESSE. along with "continuation of as
NEXT cordial relations as possible be-
The Mouse That Roared, tween India and the Communist
T world."
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--Chicago Daily News
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a Series, "WHAT'S WORTH LIVING FOR?
delines for the Perplexed of the 60's"
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To Celebrate Anniversary

"Political Science at Michigan"
is the theme of luncheon the same
day which will conclude the con-
ference. Speakers will be Univer-
sity President Harlan Hatcher,
Prof. Amy Vander Bosch, presi-
dent of the Midwest Conference of
Political Scientists; Evron Kirk-
patrick, American Political Science
Association executive secretary;
and Prof. James Pollock, chair-
man of the political science de-
partment.
Other special participants in the
sconference will: be Prof. Rowland
Egger, chairman of the University
of Virginia political science de-
partment; Floyd MCaffree, Re-
publican National Committee're-
search director; and Joseph Sat-

terthwaite, Assistant Secretary of
State for Africa, and former for-
eign Service director.
In connection with its fiftieth
raiversary, the political science
department has also compiled a
30-page booklet tracing its, history,
which is entitled "Political Science
at; Michigan."
Approximately 200 alumni of
the political science department
are expected to attend the cele-
bration, according to Prof. Joseph
F. Kallenbach, chairman of the
lconference. Other members of his
committee are Professors Henry L.-
Bretton, John W. Lederle, Lionel
. .Laing, and Gerald Faye, Grad.,
" of the political science depart-
ment.

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SPEAKERS:
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ngs Tues. 8:00 P.M. and Wed. 8:00 P.M.

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