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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

FRIDAY, APRIL 26, 1946

TWO FRIDAY, APRIL 20, 1946

Local OpinionsExpressed...

School masters
To Heur Talks
At Conferences
(Cotinued from Pag 1)

Welch Heads
Science Society
Microscopists Elect
Eggleton Secretary

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(Continued from Page 11
commented, "If national sets down
rules and regulations, tliey should be
adhered to.",
Speaking of Theta Ci'h's racial
policy, he said, "We have a ruling
against pledging Negroes and Jews.
Our national policy is determined
on a democratic basis by'the vari-
ous local chapters."
Taking the opposite view, Ralph
Neely, president of Beta Theta Pi,
speaking as an individual, said, "I
am wholly in accord with .the local
chapter. I think it is the prerogative
of the local chapter to choose its own
members and it is none of- the na-
tional chapter's business." In refer-
ence to a query on his own fraterni-
ty's racial policy, he explained, "We
have no national rule againstdpledg-
ing any specific religious or racial
group. However, the Michigan chap-
ter has abstained from pledging
members of the Jewish faith. On the
other hand, I know of chapters that
have taken in Jewish boys."
Joseph Fitzgerald, Alpha Sigma
Phi's president, speaking for him-
self, said, "I served with Negro
troops for 21 months. On the aver-
age it worked out pretty well. From
my own= experience I do not believe
that I would desire the average Ne-
gro as a fraternity brother.
"However, since I have not had
friendship with Negroes of college
standing, I cannot say definitely-whe-
ther or not I would desire any Ne-
groes as fraternity brothers." Fitz-
gerald emphasized the difference be-
tween. the "average" Negro and the
Negro of college training.
Explaining his objection to ad-
mitting Negroes, Vick Foster, mem-
ber of Sigma Chi, and speaking for
CORSAGE'S
ECHE
FLOWER SHOP
203 E. Liberty 2-5616

4YH Bicycle
Trip Planned
The local American Youth Hostel
group is planning an overnight ri-
cycle trip tomorrow and Sunday to
the Schoolcraft Youth Hostel near
Detroit;

'New Ensigns
Take 6-Week
ALtlanitIc eCruise
One hundred fourteen ensigns who
were commissioned at the University

himself, explained, "The less fric-1
tion the better. In my high school
there were many Negroes and I
came to the conclusion that often-l
times, especially now in a transi-
tion period between ridiculous pre-
judice and acceptance, it is better
to keep the Negroes separated."
Members of Phi Kappa Psi de-
clared, "We believe in equality of race,
religion and creed. That is what wej
fought for in this war."
Further comment in this vein
came from Henry Keiser, Sigma
Alpha Mu president, who said, "We
are supposed to be living in a de-
mocracy and it's about time some
of the people who have influence in
educating our youth found that out.
I believe the Vermont chapter is
justified in its action and I would
be willing to support any further
moves along these same lines."
A non-commital stand was taken
by Pi Lambda Phi in a statement de-
claring, "The degrees of compatibil-
ity and mutual interests are the de-
termining factors in such a decision."
According to national ruling, the fra-
ternity is a non-sectarian group.
Phi Gamma Delta claimed it had
no ruling against any racial or re-
ligious group, while Sigma Phi Epsi-
lon admitted restriction of member-
ship to those of Christian faith.
No comments were available from
Alpha Tau Omega, Chi Phi, Chi Psi,
Delta Tau Delta, Lambda Chi Alpha,
Kappa Sigma, Phi Delta Theta, Phi'
Sigma Delta, Phi Sigma Kappa, Psi
Upsilon, Sigma Alpha Epsilon, Sig-
ma Phi, Theta Delta Chi, Zeta Beta
Tau, Zeta Psi and Alpha Delta Phi.
Two sororities supported the lo-
cal chapter's stand while one de-
clared for national authority.
Members of Alpha Epsilon Phi
stated in meeting that "Unless cer-
tain stipulations are made in a
sorority's national constitution, the
local chapter has a right to its own
decisions and need not be subject
to outside interference."
Speaking for her sorority, the pres-
ident of Alpha Omicron Pi declared,
"I think it is very undemocratic,
especially now when more than ever
before, we are trying to bring democ-
War Criminal Is Hanged
TOKYO, Friday, April 26-(/P)-Lt.
Kei Yuri was hanged at Sugamo pris-
on today-the first execution of a
convicted war criminal in Japan.
Yuri was convicted of ordering the
bayonet execution of an American
prisoner.

racy to the fore in America." Turn-
ing to her own group, she said, "Both
nationally and locally we have no
limitation on race, creed or religion.
We have always stood for racial
equality in our chapter."
On the side of central authority,
Kappa Delta's president stated,
"every national sorority should de-
cide its own policy and it is up to
every local chapter to abide by the
national rules." Referring to the
sorority's national law that re-
stricts pledging to Caucasians of
Christian faith, she revealed that a
decision on repealing the racial
section of the rule will be made at
the next national sorority conven-
tion.
Offering constructive comment, a
representative of Sigma Delta Tau
said, "The liberalization of sorority
standards should come from a sys-
tematic reform of national constitu-
tions."
Collegiate Sorosis, Kappa Alpha
Theta, Kappa Kappa Gamma and
Zeta Tau Alpha, though submit-
ting no comment, all stated they
had no racial or religious qualifica-
tions for membership.
Declining commentwere Alpha Chi
Omega, Alpha Delta Pi, Alpha Gam-
ma Delta, Alpha Phi, Chi Omega,
Delta Gamma, Gamma Phi Beta and
Pi Beta Phi.

Prof. Paul S. Welch of the zoologyL
fession, the problem of the War department was elected president of
Emergency Teacher's Certificate in
Michigan, why young people are not the Limnological Society of America
going into the teaching profession, at the recent St. Louis meetings ofV
and federal and state financing of the American Association for the Ad-I
schools. vancenent of Science.t
Prof. Clifford Woody, of the School At the same meeting Prof. Frank
of Education, is chairman of the E. Eggleton of the zoology depart-I
Guidance Conference which will meet ment was chosen secretary of thet
at 2 p.m. today in the Rackham As- American Microscopical Society andI
sembly Hall. Doris A. Cline, of Wayne editor of the society's quarterly publi-
University, will speak on "The Role cation. "Transactions of the Ameri--s
of the SpecialiS-t in Counseling the can Microscopical Society." Dr.
College Students." Welch was also editor of the publica-I
"How Can Physical Fitness Be At- tion at one time.
tained in a World at Peace?", will be Since the society's founding at the
the subject discussed at the School 1936 meeting of the A.A.A.S., Prof.
Health and Physical Education Con- Welch has served as secretary-treas-
ference today at 9:00 a.m. at the urer. One of the founders of the so-
Kellogg Auditorium. Nathan Sinai, ; ciety, he is also the author of a widely
of the School of Public Health is used text on the subject of limnology.t
chairman of the panel discussion and In addition,
Prof. Raymond Waggoner, of the -
Medical School and Otto Haisley,
Superintendent of Ann Arbor schools Polish Constitution Day
are among the participants. Proclaimed for May 3
-John Dale Russell, who organized
the Biarritz American University, LANSING, April 25-UP')-Governor
Biarritz, France, and now Dean of Kelly today proclaimed May 3 as
Students at the University of Chi- Polish Constitution Day in commem-
cago, will address tomorrow's general oration of the "first instrument of
session at 10:45 a.m. in the Rackham democratic government in despotic
Auditorium. Europe" adopted in 1791.

Cyclists will leave at 1 p.m. tomor- in February are now on a six-week
row from Lane hall for the hostel cruise aboard the USS Columbia in
'here supper will be served. After-t Alanic. cc-dingtoCapt
wa."d_, one of the group will attend the Aantic according o .
Detroit's first International Ball at IWoodson H. Michaux, commandant
the Masonic Temple. of the local NROTC-V-12 Unit.
After spending the night at the The trip aboard the new heavy
Hostel, the group will take a behind- cruiser began at Newport, R.I., where
the-scenes-tour of the Detroit Public the men were given an indoctrina-
Library and will return to Ann Ar- tion course before beginning the voy-
bor by train Sunday night. Bicycles age. They are serving in enlisted
may be checked as baggage. men's billets, and their duties are
Today is the final day for placing varied in order to acquaint them with
ieservations, which may be made by many of the tasks which must be
calling Ngncy Smith., 7211. performed on a modern warship,
Capt. Michaux explained.
Bond- Purchases Inr ase "ft's not all work," he added, "for
there are also periods of shore leaves
WASHINGTON, April 25 -- 1P-) - at Boston, Providence and New York."
April purchases of Series E Bonds Another fact he mentioned was that
(formerly War Bonds) appear head- no one has become seasick as yet,
ed for a higher level than March's because there has been a flat calm
$371,274,000, ever since the cruise began.

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