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MONDAY: TUESDAY:

ZVMONDAY: TUESDAY:
In Other Ivory Towers Off the Beaten Path
A TOUCHING PERFORMANCE

WEDNESDAY:
Campus Clubs

FRIDAY:
Photos of the Week

The Red Scare at Wayne State

Just as it invaded Holly-
wood and Washington, D.C.,
McCarthyism and the para-
noia associated with it made
an impact on campus culture
at southeast Michigan univer-
sities in the 1940s and 1950s.
An article in The Michi-
gan Daily article headlined,'
"Campus Groups Branded
'Red,' " printed May 10, 1950,
cites concern over two student
organizations on the Wayne
State University campus that
had been labeled communist
fronts by a prominent student
and former communist, Glen
Irving.
The Young Progressives of
America and the Labor Youth
League were not officially
communist organizations but
were labeled such, due to their
leftist platforms and accusa-
tions of active "infiltration"

of other organizations with "desire to yield to current
communist ideals. pressures by denying forth-
In the article, Irving right that the YP's were a
claims that while participat- front!"
ing in these organizations he MacDougall told the Daily
was assigned to "infiltrate" that Irving was "a product of
Wayne's Newman Club - a the present Communist hys-
Roman Catholic organization teria brought about by the
- and win "support for the world crisis."
communist program" from Labor Youth League
organization leaders. Chairman Hy Bershard said
Neither of the groups' lead- that while his group was not
ers were surprised by Irving's a front organization, many
statements, the Daily report- of its members were Com-
ed, but both took issue with it. munists and the chapter kept
The president of the "the closest fraternal rela-
Young Progressives of Amer- tions" with the Communist
ica, Gordon MacDougall, Party.
responded, stating, "The The Daily article did not
group is not being run for address the leaders' posi-
the benefit of the Communist tions on whether Irving's
Party platform rather than accusation of being asked
for that established by the to "infiltrate" the Newman
National YP." Club was true.
He would not, however, -ALIBEYDOUN

JAKE FROMM/Daily
Members of the Michigan Mobile Phone Ensemble, perform student-written
pieces on Apple iPod Touches in Britton Recital Hall yesterday.
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CAMPUS EVENTS & NOTES

Wafting smell
of weed
WHERE: East Quadrangle
Residence Hall
WHEN: Wednesday morning
at about I1a.m.
WHAT: A student reported
the smell of marijana in a hall.
After investigating, the police
were unable to find the source
of the smell, University Police
reported.
Wallet stolen
WHERE: University Hospital
WHEN: Tuesday at about 4
p.m.
WHAT: A wallet contain-
ing credit cards and cash was
stolen from an office desk,
University Police reported.

Vacuum swiped
WHERE: Alice Lloyd Resi-
dence Hall
WHEN: Tuesday at about 1:30
p.m.
WHAT: A staff person
reported a vacuum cleaner
stolen, University Police
reported. There are no sus-
pects.
Drugs found on
patient
WHERE: University Hospital
Emergency Room
WHEN: Tuesday at about 8:30
p.m.
WHAT: A patient is under
investigation for the posession
of heroin and marijuana, Uni-
versity Police reported.

Higher ed. and
th economy
WHAT: A panel will discuss
higher education and eco-
nomic growth in Michigan.
Speakers include Lieutenant
Governor John Cherry, Uni-
versity President Mary Sue
Coleman and Mark Murray,
President of Meijer, Inc.
WHO: Ford School of Public
Policy
WHEN: 4 p.m. - 5:30 p.m.
WHERE: Michigan Union
Pendleton Room
Dance-off
WHAT: Student dance crews
will perform, competing for
$450 in prizes.
WHO: University Unions
Arts & Programs
WHEN: 8 p.m. - 10 p.m.
WHERE: Michigan Union
Ballroom

Macbeth
WHAT: Students will per-
form the play by William
Shakespeare. Tickets are
available at the League Tick-
et Office.
WHO: Department of The-
atre & Drama
WHEN: 7:30 p.m.
WHERE: Power Center
Challah tasting
WHAT:Free homemade
challah will be available in
varying flavors. Any dona-
tions will go to Challah for
Hunger and Will Work for
Food.
WHO: Hillel
WHEN: 8:00 to 10:00 p.m.
WHERE: Hillel
CORRECTIONS
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Boise firefighters were
called to aid in detaching a
young boy's tongue from a
metal pole on Tuesday morn-
ing, AZCentral.com reported.
The boy licked a pole on his way
to school and firefighters used
warm water to help him. A fire-
figher reported that the boy's
tongue was only bleeding a little
so he continued to school.
If the Students for Progres-
sive Governance collects
1,000 signatures to validate
proposedchangestotheMichigan
Student Assembly constitution,
the proposals will be consid-
ered by a campus-wide ballot.
>DFORMORE, SEE OPINION, PAGE4A
A man who had received
a liver transplant reg-
istered a 0.39 blood-
alcohol level and was given a
public intoxication warning
Monday afternoon, according
to the La Crosse Tribune. ,

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