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TH MICHIGAN DAILY

TUESDAY, NIOV~fE ER4, 194:

Chinese Regime Called
Best Possible at Present

Yarding a project for research in
he field of Chinese culture, em-
chasized the impossibility of con-
lucting a completely honest and
lemocratic government when the
najority of the population is un-
,ducated and poverty stricken.
Not Enough Men
"There simply aren't enough
men with even a high school edu-
3ation to fill all the public offices,"
ie said. The government is often
)ccused of playing politics when it
keeps in office men who have been
accused of inefficiency or graft,
>ut usually it has appointed the
'est man possible and a change
vould be no improvement, he ex-
clained.
"When we still have such situa-
tions existing in the United States
minder infinitely better conditions,
[ don't think we can criticize the
Chinese too much," Dr. Cressy
said.
Communist Problem
The future of the Communist in
China depends largely on how stiff
a stand this country takes with
Russia Dr. Cressy believes, The
mounting strength of Communist
forces, both in numbers and equip-
ment seems to indicate that they
are receiving outside aid, he said.
However, Dr. Cressy doesn't
think that the Communists have
much support from the Chinese,
'eople. Since 75 per cent of the
farmers own all or part of the land
they cultivate they don't want a
Communist government, he said.
Garg Coming;
Reaction Nil
By AESCHYLUS JONES
Reactions to the announcement
that the Gargoyle will go on sale
Monday:
Ramston Freamish, '59E:
"That's swell! I've been smokin'
Gargoyles for nigh onto twenty
years, and, let me tell you, son,
they're kind to my T-area. That's
T for trachea and T for tonsils,
lad."
Manuel Training, '48Ed: "War
with Russia? Well, I don't know."
The foregoing consensus not-
withstanding, the Gargoyle will
appear on campus Monday, at two
bits a throw.

Sawyer Will I
Open Meeting
On Education
World Understanding
Is Conference Topic
The eighteenth annual Parent
Education Institute will be com-
bined this year with a conference
entitled "Toward World Under-
standing" to be held tomorrow
and Thursday in the Rackham
Building.
Dean Ralph A. Sawyer of the
Graduate School will open the
conference tomorrow morning
with a discussion of the potentiali-
ties and control of atomic energy.
Adams To Speak
Other speakers will include Pro-
vost James P. Adams, who will
welcome the delegates; Emily Taft
Douglas, former representative-
at-large from Illinois; Dr. James
K. Pollock of the political science
department; Dr. Ernest Ligon, of
the psychology department at Un-
ion College, Schenectady, New
York; Dr. Eduard Lindemann, of
the New York School of Social
Work of Columbia University; and
Mark Starr, educational director
for the International Ladies' Gar-
ment Workers' Union.
The afternoon sessions of the
conference will be devoted to
group discussions. These will be
led by Prof. Preston W. Slosson of
the history department, Dr. Harry
A. Overstreet, Dr. Ligon and Starr.
Conference Sponsors
The conference will be spon-
sored by the University Extension
Service, the Michigan Congress of
Parents and Teachers and the
Michigan division of the American
Association of University Women,
who originally suggested the con-
ference.
Other sponsors are the League
of Women Voters, the Woman's
Action Committee for Lasting
Peace, and the Detroit divisions of
the World Study Council and the,
Foreign Policy Association.
Prize Film 'Open City'
Coming Friday to Hill
. The campus AVC will present
"Open City," prize-winning Ital-
ian undeground film at 8:30 p.m.
Friday and Saturday at Hill Au-
ditorium.
Tickets for "Open City" will go
on sale at 2 p.m. Thursday at Hill
Auditorium box office.

ANOTHER J. T. WHITE?
Dynamic Frail' Stars in Line;
Unabashed by Grid Injuries

SPECIAL
SUITS and, TOPCOATS

By FRED SCHOTT
MoveBover,Kempthorn, Wisert,
and the rest-a coed gridder, Jan
Taylor, has joined the ranks of
the injured!
Playing with her Mosher-Jor-
dan tbeam Sunday in a challenge
match with a male outfit at Palm-
er Field, Jan, 90 pounds of dyna-
mite, suffered a chipped tooth, a
bashed-in nose and a slice above

her eye. Still she came out
smiling.
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Campus
Highlights
Documentary Film .. .
"Seeds of Destiny," 1946 Acam-
emy Award winning film, will be
shown continuously from 3:30 to
5:30 p.m. today in Kellogg Audito-
rium.
The documentary film, which is
sponsored by WSSF, shows condi-
tions in Europe today and is open
to the public without charge.
Prof. Cox To Speak .,.
Prof. Kenneth Cox, of the Law
School, will speak on "Constitu-
tional Limitations on the Un-
American Activities Committee"
at 4 p.m. today in Rm. 304 of the
Union.
. *: * *
Keniston Will Talk...
Dean Hayward Keniston of
the literary college will give a
lecture on, "Subject Matter,
Courses and General Education,"
at 7 p.m. today in Rm. 110, Gen-
eral Library.
The meeting will include a
discussion period after the lec-
ture and is open to the faculty
and graduate students.
* * *
French Movie...
"The Lower Depths," French
film based on Maxim Gorky's play,
will be presented by Inter-Racial
Association and Art Cinema
League, at 8:30 p.m. Sunday and
Monday at Kellogg Auditorium.
Tickets will be on sale from 10
a.m. to noon and from 1 to 2 p.m.
tomorrow through Friday in Uni-
versity Hall.

"As long as I can walk, I guess
I'm' all right," she said as she was
led off the field.
Jan should never have been
playing center, but the guys on
her side (the challenge idea wore
off in a hurry) insisted that the
girls take an active part in every
play. So she centered the ball on
the fateful play, closed her eyes,
and was smacked by a former all-
state fullback, leading the inter-
ference.
Showed Up To Eat
He was sorry and accompanied
her to the Health Service. They
never did come back to the game,
according to their teammates.
Finally they showed up for coffee
and doughnuts with the rest.
Miss Taylor was able to eat all
right and wasn't worried about her
bruises. "I'll be all right," she said.
"I'm worried about the team. The
last time someone got hurt, three
girls quit."
Calories...
(Continued from Page 1)
als necessary for the schoolgirl fib;-
ure. Statistics obtained from the
Health Service indicate that a 10
cent bag of potato chips contains
359 calories, a 5 cent bag of pea-
nuts 372 calories, and a slice of
raisin pie 495 calories.
Considering the fact that an av-
erage size glass of beer contains
114 calories and a shot of wiskey
75 calories it might be possible to
consume a large part of a day's
supply of calories in one evening
but you certainly don't get any
vitamins this way, the Health
Service dietician warned.
About all that popularly adver-
tised beverages amount to is sugar,
Adelia M. Beeunkus. assistant pto-
fessor of public health nutrition,
declared. She added that coke and
milk might compare in calory sub-
stance but a glass of milk will
keep you going longer because it is
a source of body building mate-
rials instead of just carbohydrates.
In support of the general health
of co-eds, Kathleen Hamm chief
dietician of university residence
halls, explained that the women
are inclined to slight the diets
planned for them according to re-
quirements established by the Na-
tional Nutrition Foundation, but
co-eds nowadays are taller and
more shapely just the same.

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for Mlle Helene Barland, of the
French. Cultural Mission to the
Id United States. The reception will
as be held in the West Conference
to Room, Rackham Bldg. All regu-
ns lar members of the Club are cor-
diallly invited.
in
el U. of M. Section of the Ameri-
m can Chemical Society: Meeting,
Nov. 5, 4:15 p.m., Rm. 151, Chem-
istry Bldg. Dr. Lothar Meyer of
ee the Institute for the Study of
es Metals, University of Chicago, will
h speak on "The Properties of He-
[- lium II." The public is invited.
Theta Sigma Phi, honorary
journalism sorority: Mrs. Helen
Brady Mann, Society Editor of the
hn Ann Arbor News, will speak on,
of "The Practical Problems of Socie-
of ,ty Editing," at 7:30 p.m., Thurs.,
m Nov. 6, Henderson Room, Michi-
te gan League. All interested women
i- cordially invited.
>h
t- PI TAU PI SIGMA, National
Signal Corp. Honorary Frater-
nity: Meeting, Wed., Nov. 5, 303
es W. Engineering Annex at 1700
J- hours.
2s, Sigma Gamma Epsilon: Meet-
)n ing, Wed. noon, Rm. 3056, Natural
Science Bldg. Mr. John Branch
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will speak on "The Areal Geology
of Wichita and Greeley Counties,
Kansas."
Alpha Kappa Delta: Initiation
meeting, Wed., Nov. 5, 7:30 p.m.
at the homeof Dr. A. E. Wood, 3
Harvard Place. Speaker: Dr. A.
M. Lee, Chairman of Sociology
Department, Wayne University.
Subject: "Race Tensions in De-
troit."
Delta Sigma Pi, professional
Business Administration frater-
nity: Business meeting, Wed., Nov.
5, 7:30 p.m., Rm. 110, Tappan Hall.
Pledges meet in the same room at
7 p.m.
A.SM.E.: Open meeting, Wed.,
Nov. 5, 7:30 p.m., Rm. 311 W. En-
gineering Bldg. Mr. W. L. Cisler,
Chief Engr. of Power Plants, De-
troit Edison Co., will speak on the
subject, "Looking Ahead," in
which he will discuss the advan-
tages of an engineering education.
Modern Poetry Club: Wed., 8
p.m., Rm. 3217, Angell Hall. The
discussion of Rilke's poetry will
continue.
Scabbard and Blade: Meeting,
Wed., Nov. 5, 7:30 p.m., Rm. 100,
ROTC HDQS.
U. of M. Flying Club: Open
meeting, Wed., Nov. 5, 7:30 p.m.,
Rm. 1042, E. Engineering Bldg.
Members are requested to attend.

Sociedad Hispanica: Meet in
Rm. 305, Michigan Union, Nov. 5,
8 p.m. All members are urged to be
present. Ensian picture will be
taken at 8 p.m.
Beginners conversation group,
Sociedad Hispanica: Meet Wed.,
7 p.m., Michigan Union.

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