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SUNPAYI, SEPTEMBER. 2~9, 194fi

THE MICHIGAN DAILY

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Crowds Cheer
Return of Greek
King to Athens
By The Associated Press
ATHENS Sept. 28-King George II
stepped upon a quay carpeted with
olive branches intended as a symbol
of his hopes of binding up the wounds
of his strife-torn land today and was
received by tumultous welcome from
thousands of Greeks shouting "Long
live the king!" and "Greater Greece."
But the Communist press greeted
the return of the monarch after five
years of exile with stony indifference,
playing down the story and referring
to him only as "George."
He arrived at a quay in Phaleron
Bay on a royal launch after spending
last night on a destroyer. He was
greeted by the entire Greek cabinet,
headed by Premier Constantin Tsal-
daris, as artillery salutes boomed from
the hills.
Case Club Registration
Will Begin T'omorrow
Registration for the Case Club of
the Law School will take place from
9:45 a. m. to 12:15 p. m. and 1:45
to 4:15 p. m. Monday and Tuesday
on the first floor of Hutchins Hall,
it was announced yesterday.
The Case Club, which was estab-
lished to furnish extra-curricular op-
portunities for the preparation and
argument of concrete law cases, will
return to its pre-war level of activi-
ties this year,

Chureb News

Many student religious groups will
hold suppers .today to be followed by
discussions or addresses by members
of the faculty.
Prof. Paul K auper, of the Law
School, will address members of the
LUTHRFAN STUDENT ASSOCIA-
TION at their meeting at 5:30 p. m.
today in the Zion Lutheran Parish
Hall, 309 E. Washington.
Prof. Kauper will .discuss, "The
Place of the Church in a Well Bal-
anced Educational Program." Din-
ner will be served before the lecture.
* *I *
A supper meeting will be held by
the CONGREGATIONAL - DIS-
CILES GUILD at 6 p. m. today in
the Ongregational Church.
Prof., Ijoward Y. lcClusky will
speak on "If I Were a Student."
* * *
The CANTERBURY CLUB will
have a supper meeting at 6 p. m. to-
day at the Student Center.
The Rev. John Shufelt will lead
the discussion following the meal.
A house-warming and light lunch
will be offered by the UNITARIAN
Engineers Will Meet - - 1
The first fall meeting of the stu-
dent chapter of the American Society
of Civil Engineers will be held at
7:30 p.m. Wednesday in Rm. 316 of
the Union.
Speakers will be Professors Lewis
M. Gram and Robert L. Sherlock,
of the civil engineering department.

STUDENT GROUP which.
at 6 p. m. today at the new
Church, 1917 Washtenaw.
* * *

will meet
Unitarian

GAMMA DELTA will hold a sup-
per meeting at 5:15 p. m. today, at
which plans for the coming year will
be discussed.
* * *
"How to Use Your Time Effect-
ively" will be the subject of discus-
sion following the WESLEYAN
GUILD supper at 5:30 p.m. today.
After the program, a mleeting
will be held for those interested in
joining the Wesleyan Guild chorus.
* * *
Policies and plans for the member-
ship drive will be discussed by the
NEWMAN CLUB today.
Committee chairman will be cho-
sen and the members will meet for
a social gathering following the dis-
cussion.

Medical Men
To Confer Here
Three Rockefeller Foundation doc-
tors of medicine will highlight the
first meeting tomorrow of a five-day
conference on preventive medicine
and health economics at the Univer-
sity.
Doctors representing all 77 of the
medical schools in North America, as
well as about 100 professors of pre-
ventive medicine will be here to dis-
cuss changes in medical education
and methods of teaching preventive
medicine and health economics
Main speakers tomorrow and their
subjects will be: Dr. John B. Grant,
International Health Division of
Rockefeller Foundation, "Toward
Health-Certain Trends"; Dr. Alan
Gregg, director of the Medical Sci-
ences Division, Rockefeller Founda-
tion, "Transition in Medical Educa-
tion"; and Dr. Hugh Leavell, Medical'
Sciences Division, Rockefeller Foun-
dation, "The Teaching of Preventive
Medicine."

FROM UNIFORMS TO FOREST FIRES 2
Researchers To Study Public Opinion

By Paul Harsha
The University's new Survey Re-
search Center, setting up business
here this fall, has lined up projects
ranging from testing soldiers' reac-
tions to a proposed new blue dress
uniform to why people set forest
fires.
Dr. Rensis Likert, director, said
yesterday that from 12 to 15 pro-
fessional public opinion experts will
be on the top staff of the Survey
when its organization becomes com-
plete.
Researchers will be sent out all
.over the world from Ann Arbor as
the Survey reaches its full strength.
Using scientific research methods,
they will get accurate information
on such topics as political behavior,
the opinions of union members in

their organization, and Public ad-
ministration.
The survey of opinion of the new
Army dress uniform, will take re-
searchers to the Pacific and Europe
and all over the United States.
Dr. Likert described the Survey as
"a fundamental tool of social sci-
ence" and said that his researchers
would work both under contract for
private business and with govern-
ment agencies.
Most of the top staff of the or-.
ganization were formerly with the
Division of Program Surveys in the
Department of Agriculture at Wash-
ington.
The Survey came to the University
of Michigan, Dr. Likert said, because
they were seeking a research position
inside a university where they could

obtain an inter-school and inter-de-
partmental basis for cooperation, and
to secure incteased scope for their
activities.
students will be allied with the
Survey, with organized instruction
An instructional program for
in various levels of social research
to permit students to learn some-
thing of public opinion sampling
techniques.
The Survey will work in close re-
lation with the sociology and psy-
chology departments of the Univer-
sity.
Prof. Theodore Newcomb of the
sociology department, who was as-
sociated with the Survey in Washing-
ton, worked with Dr. Likert in Ger-
many sampling the mprale of Ger-
man civilians.

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