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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

CAMPUS HIGHLIGHTS

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ACHESON TESTIFIES FROM 'SECRET BOOK' - With the
"secret book" of Greek and Turkish emergency background docu-
ments before him, Acting Secretary of State Dean Acheson finds
an answer to a question, as he testifies before thCE House foreign
affairs committee in Washington, D.C. I hibert, F. Lavlik (right),
state department aide, chief of division of investment and econom-
ic development, assists him.

Greek Discussion ...
Opposing views on the Greek sit-
uation will be aired in a panel
discussion, "U. S. Intevention in
Greece-War or Peace," to be
presented under the auspices of
the AVC at 8 p.m. Tuesday in the
Union ballroom.
Hillel Open House ...
An open house will be held
from 8 to 11 p.m. today at the
B'nai Brith Hillel Foundation.
Refreshments will be served.
Old Testament Panel ...
Michigan Christian Fellowship
will have a panel discussion on
"The Christian Approach to the
Old Testament" at 4:30 p.m. to-
day at Lane Hall.
Student Piano Recital . .
Sonatas by Beethoven and
Schubert will highlight a piano
recital to be given at 8:30 p.m.
tomorrow -by John Wolaver,
graduate student in the music
school.
The program will be open to
the public.
Violin Program Today.
Emil Raab, music school stu-
dent and concertmaster of the
University Symphony Orchestra
will present a violin recital at 8:30
p.m. today at Lydia Mendelssohn
Theatre.
His program, which will be open
to the public, will feature a Mo-
zart sonata. Raab will also play
sections by Glazounow, Schubert-
Friedberg, Dohnanyi, Boulanger
and Saint-Saens.
Russian Folk Dancing . .
The Russian Circle Folk
dancing group will meet at 8
p.m. tomorrow in Rm. 316-318
of the Union.
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Organ Recital Tuesday .
David Craighead, noted Ameri-
can organist, will present a recital

at 4:15 p.m. Tuesday
Mendelssohn Theatre.

The program, which will be.
open to the public. will include
compositions by Dupre, Peeters.
Franck, Loeillet, Mozart, Bach.
Veirne, Beach, Reger and Willan.
Real Estate Lecture .,.
George Schmutz of Los An-
geles, past president of the
American Institute of Real Es-
tate Appraisers, will lecture at
8 p.m. tomorrow in the Rack-1

at Lydia

Dr. James O'Neill of the Ro-
inance Language dcpartment will
discuss "Antoine de St-Exupery,"
representative French contempo-
rary thinker and writer, before
Le Cercle Francais, 4:10 p.m.
Tuesday in Room D. Alumni Me-
morial Hall.

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O'Neill To Speak...

DEPARTMENT GROWS:

Multiple

rows of

New Projects Reflect Greater
Scope in Sociology Research

heavy stitches rein-
force the seams...put
new emphasis on the
famous Florsheim tra-
dition of extra wear.
Brown
Scotch Grain

The new sociological research
project in Flint and the University
Survey Research Center reflect
the increase in scope of work done
by the sociology department, ac-
cording to Prof. Robert C. Angell,,
chairman of the department.
Both of these projects provide
opportunity for graduate students
in sociology and psychology to do
research linked with practical
problems, Dr. Angell said. The
Flint project is sponsored by the
Metropolitan Community Semi-
nar.
The ever-increasing importance
of the field of social psychology
is shown by the newly established
doctoral program in this field, ac-
cording to Prof. Angell.
The policy of the department

has been to establish closer rela-
tions with the other social sci-
ences, Prof. Angell said, pointing
out that three sociology professors
share appointments with other
departments.
Because the majority of sociol-
ogy students are women, enroll-
ment in sociology did not fall off
as much as enrollment in other
fields during the war years"
The number of elections in so-
ciology classes in any one semes-
ter has seemed to keep to approx-
imately one-tenth of the total uni-
versity enrollment, Prof. Angell
said, adding that the department
reached peak enrollment during
depression years.

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