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January 15, 1960 - Image 2

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T HE MICHIGAN DAILY FRIDAY, JAN

'U' TV Series To Present
'Challenge of Capitalism'

SGC HEARS REPORTS:

The University television series
, "Challenge of Capitalism," will
consider the problem of monopo-
ly and competition at 12 noon
million Sunday on WWJ-TV.
is.
:ogram
these . 1, ,rJ
o4ut 88
Endow-
n $14 en
second
s con- The deadline for the Fifteenth
nancial Annual College Photo Competition
ts, be- is set for March 11.
alumni The categories - picture port-
sity. folio, news, feature, creativity,
officers portraits and/or p e r s o n a1 i y
eporate studies, sports and picture series
during -are open to any college student.
led the The picture portfolio division,
ommon intended to permit the judges to
evaluate the contestant's work
oldings for the entire year, is considered
ss-sec- the top classification in the judg-
s," R. ing.
stment The winner will spend an ex-
Ssmall pense-paid week at "Life" maga-
of in- zine observing their photographic
ad cor- operations.
more To Receive 'Britannica'
First place winners in each di-
d bond vision will receive a set of En-
d little cyclopedia Britannica.
grown A plaque contributed by Kappa
finan- ,Alpha Mu, national honorary
[ditions photo-journalism fraternity, will
be awarded to all second place
invest- winners, and third place winners
cnt on will receive the Britannica World
Language Dictionary.
sed the The Rho KAM Chapter travel-
ts cur- ling trophy will go to the person
ie past who makes the "Best Print of
d grew Show." The photographer who
n dol- with a single or series of prints,'
best portrays some phase of col-
lege life will be presented a plaque
by the Association of College
W Unions.
To Display
The winning pictures will be
displayed at the KAM National
convention late in March and
then will be sent to college unions,
libraries and museums through-
nstrong out the nation.
1 beoag Entries will be judged March 19.
be at at the University of Missouri jour-
5 for nalism department.
KAM, the National Press Pho-
.n Feb- tographer Association, and the'
vailable Encyclopedia Britannica are spon-
soring the contest with the co-op-
how is eration of "Life" magazine and
-House the Association of College Unions.
Asso- Rules and entry forms are avail-
educa- able from Vi Edom, National KAM
organi- Secretary, 18 Walter Williams
IHC Hall, Columbia, Mo.
Arts Center
Offers Films
The Dramatic Arts Center will
artyn present a program of art films at
Bentz 8 p.m. today and tomorrow at the
Ann Arbor Library.
Premiere performances of
ent George Manupetti's "The City is
a Playground" with music by
enCy James Sutcliff and "The Image in
-5700 Time" with music by Robert; Ash-
ly will be included in the program.
The Perfect Picture for
Exam Time. Refresh your
Mind with Laughter!
Don't took now, but I think the

Prof. Richard Hefiebower, dis-
tinguished American economist
wil point out some of the prob-
lems emerging from a few com-
panies controlling a giant's share
of the market.
In his opinion, many large com-
panies which could control prices
do not because of a combination
of conscience and the Clayton
Antitrust Act. Prof. Heflebower
will discuss some of the weapons
we have against monopolistic
practices in our economy today.
* * *
Another University television
series, "Russia: Faces of a Giant,"
will be seen at 8:30 a.m. Saturday
on WXYZ-TV.
Prof. George Kish of the geog-
raphy department will examine
the Soviet lands in terms of their
physical setting and consider the
effects of this setting upon the
Russian peoples.
"Machines and the Man," sec-
ond in the series on modern engi-
neering, will presentea discussion
of the dramatic effects of aut-
mation upon modern man and so-
ciety at 9 a.m. Sunday on WXYZ-
TV.
"The chief criticism of the
nineteenth c entur y Industrial
Revolution was that it forced hu-
man beings to act like machines,"
Prof. Keith Coats of the chemical
engineering department explains.
* * *
The series "Accent" will feature
a discussion in the problem of
setting permissible levels for ra-
diation exposure.
Dr. Shields Warren, first direc-
tor of the division Qf Medicine
and Biology of the Atomic Energy
Commission, is guest.
The program may be seen at
9:45 a.m. Sunday on WXYZ-TV.
Graduates
Offered Aid
Fellowships and scholarships of
from $1,000 to $2,000 each are
available for the 1960-61 academic
year at New York University.
Graduate candidates are eli-
gible in the fields of American civ-
i l l z a t i o n, biological sciences,
chemistry, classical languages and
archaeology, economics, English,
fine arts, geology and German.
Those in government, history,
mathematics, meteorology, music,
philosophy, physics, psychology,
Romance languages and sociology
and anthropology are also eligible.
In addition Penfield Scholar-
ships for studies in diplomacy, in-
ternational affairs and belles-
lettres are offered. Students who
have had a year of graduate work
are given preference.
Graduate assistantships are
available in the fields of biology,
chemistry, economics, English,
government, history, mathematics,
music, physics, psychology, Ro-
mance languages, and sociology
and anthropology.
Applications and credentials
are due at the Office of the Dean
of the graduate school by March
1. Further information may be ob-
tained from the Dean of the
Graduate School of Arts and Sci-
ence, New York University.

Final ExaniSchedule To Appear Ear
BY ROBERT FARRELL
s The students, who must still be a member of Joint
approved by the regional, are Council, as yet unchosen.
Government Council Wednesday Thomas Hayden, '61; Judy Dean. will be submitted to all
night that final examination '62; Philip Power, '60; and John the bodies represented,
schedules will be printed in the Veenstra, '61E. ommendations from then
semester time schedules beginning SGC also approved appointment may go to the administra
next September. of SGC member Ron Bassey, '61 A motion by Warnock
This action was taken by the BAd, Council treasurer Bill War- SGC sit as an informal cc
administration after a request by nock, '61BAd, and Charles Peck, with the Deans of Men ax
SGC that the exam schedules be Grad., of the Graduate Student en early next semester t<
released as early as possible. Council as members of a commit- drinking and driving reg
In other action in their regu- tee to study University driving their enforcement, and #
lar Wednesday night meeting, the regulations and recommend spe- versity's attitude on stu
Council approved a motion to pub- cific changes. sponsibility was tabled ir
licize their appointment openings The committee will also include ly by the Council.
by sending a schedule .of nomina-
tions to all the housing units on
campus. List Positions -ADVERTISING firms want
This schedule of nominations men with practical experience.
would list the positions to which
SGC appoints students on a cam-
pus-wide basis, the approximate
time at which the interviews or
petitions for these positions will
open, the term of office, and a ,*
short description of the duties of
the position. * *"
The Council also heard a re- provides practical experience in ADVERTISING
port from its Willopolitan com-
mittee on the Thanksgiving and
Christmas bus service to.airports. - ------ ---- -.
The report listed a "surplus" of
$87.20 at the present time, in spiteD
of the fact that this bus service NO NO 8-E
was originally set up as a service .NI
to students and was not intended
to make a profit. .. '...one of the few great miotion pl
SGC president John Feldkamp,tr oo ie ob e
'60, said that this surplus will tures of our time .. to be Cen
probably be applied to either the studied and digested by all wh
J-Hop deficit or the Student Ac-t-m - e-
tivities Scholarship fund, and that take their movies seriously.
the committee will lower prices in--Archer Winstea, N.Y. Pa
order to keep the service a non- *A wealth of images of unusua
profit one. power. A visual adventure."
Submit Names --Paul V. Beckley, Herald Tribun
Four students' names to the re- "Brilliant, unforgettable drama'
gional organization of the Nation- I NMAR -.Jesse Zuisr, Cu
al Student Association as suggest- -- r ,
ed delegates from the University I
to the Regional International Stu-
dent Relations Seminar to be held s
Mar. 11-13 at Kalamazoo College
were approved.1-

We'll see the usual PLUS.
You're not herded around.
A college tour that's different
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