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Students Sta'ge Pnrtest
(1:DITOR'S NOTE: This is the sixth
in a series of dispatches oii condi-
tions in post-war France by a former
University student now studying at.
the University of Paris.)
By RAGNAR L. ARNESEN
(Special to The Daily)
PARIS, France, Dec. 2-(De-
layed)-This afternoon Paris stu-
dents organized a demonstration
on the Boulevard Jourdan, wher?
Will Include Articles
Of General Interest
Featuring articles that are de-
signed to interest all students on
campus, the Michigan Technic,
engineering publication, will go
on sale Tuesday in the Engineer-
ing Arch and East Engineering
"The students on the other side
of the campus have a misconcep-
tion about our magazine that we
would like to have straightened
out," Editor Phil Stemmer em-
"We realize that our magazine
is primarily for engineers," Stem-
mer stated, "but we feel that the
articles we print are not too
technical for lit school students."
Featured articles include
"Trends in Post-War Television"
by Gerard H. Giezewski, '50E,
which describes the home tele-
vision set of the future and "Over
the Bounding Main" by Addison
Kermath which tells of the NRO-
TC summer cruise to Colon,
live, protesting the breaking of
a strike in the cafeteria.
From a block away, we heard
the voices singing the Marseillaise
and hurried to see what was up.
A crowd of about 200 students was
(,eing ushered down the boulevard
by a squad of "flics" (gendarmes),
led by a heavy-duty patrol wagon.
Skirmishes on the fringe of the
mob brought white billy-clubs:
lashing in the air. The patrol
wagon ploughed through the
throng, giving it impetus. Here
and there a recalcitrant student
received a restrained kick from a
On the far side of the street,
passers-by had stopped to look on,
their expressions betraying more
of amusement than any other
emotion. Still the demonstrators
hung together, and still they kept
up the music of their chant. They
were moving faster now, and the
police were beginning to display
a little temper. The clubs actually
were making contact now. At the
juncture of Boulevards Jourdan
and Kellerman the crowd fanned
out. The police were having more
The patrol wagon raced its mo-
tor. Gendarmes chased after the
fleeing fringes of the mob. Now
the clubs were raining down on
heads. One policeman brought a
crashing blow across the shoulder
of. a demonstrator and lifted his
club broken at the middle. Sud-
denly hoses began to spray water
from a factory on the left.
The crowd dispersed, as mis-
siles of all sorts rained from the
factory windows. The gendarmes
pointed drawn revolvers menac-
ingly upwards in reply. Heads
poked out of the cafes across the
:;treet and then suddenly the place
was nearly empty.
Marquis To Speak ...
Prof. Donald Marquis will speak
on "The Planning and Organiza-
tion of Social Science Research"
at 7:30 p.m. today, Rm. 302 of the
Bayard Lyon, of the oriental
languages department, will speak
on "What Can America Do for
China?" at a Chinese supper to
be given at 6:30 p.m. today at the
The supper is open to the pub-
Hillel Carnival . .
B'nai B'rith Hillel Foundation
and the Intercollegiate Zionist
Federation of America will spon-
sor their annual Chanukah Car-
nival beginning at 7 p.m. today
at the Hillel Foundation.
James H. Lobban, Detroit Edi-
son Company secretary, will speak
on accounting organization and
public utility financing at 3 p.m.
tomorrow, Rm. 102 Architecture
The address is open to the pub-
Russian Circle ...
The Russian Circle will hold a
Christmas party at 8 p.m. tomor-
row in the International Center.
The party will be open to all
'Refreshments will be served.
* * *
Plans will be made for the an-
nual Hiawatha Club Christmas
dance at the club meeting at 7:30
p.m. tomorrow in the League ball-
room. The dance will be held Dec.
K I T T E N I N C A 5 T - Toffy, two-month-old kitten owned by Karl Muske of Chicago, wears
a cast after a mishap in which she caught a fore leg in a door.
BIG DO ICIN BIG S H OW -Geraldine Ferguson of
Miami, Fla., sits beside Evangers Monitor of Regnave, a Great
Dane entered in the Combined Specialty Show In Chicago whitb
drew a record entry of 1,508 dogs.
DRILY OFFICIRL BULLETIN
(Continued from Page 7) Annual Christmas Tea, Memorial Bi-monthly meeting, Mon., Dec..
Christian Church, following the 15th, 8 p.m., West Lodge Com-
Committee on Human Resources, "Messiah." munity Bldg. Open meeting.
Office of National Defense, speak- Unitarian Student Group: 6:30
ing on "The Planning and Organi- 1.m. Discussion of Unitarian aims. Annual Christmas Party, Ar-
zation of Social Science Re- Pefreshments and recreation. menian Students' Association: 8
search," 7:30 p.m., Rm. 302, Mich- Westminster Guild: 5 p.m., p'm., Wed., Dec. 17, Rm. 305
igan Union. Christmas program, supper meet- Michigan Union.
Art Cinema League presents ing will follow. La p'tte causette: 3:30 p.m.,
Peter Lorre as the kidnaper in Lutheran Student Association. Mon., Dec. 15, Russian Room,
"M", a picture of suspense and 30a pe 0 m. ar Michigan League.
terror. German Dialogue, Eng- , 5 p.p.m.,
lish titles. Sunday only-3 p.m. Christmas Worship Service. Di. Russian Club: Meeting, 8 p.m.,
and 8 p.m., Lydia Mendelsohn E. E. Flack, Dean of Hamma Di- Mon., Dec. 15, International Cen-
Theatre. Box office opens 2 p.m. vinity School, Springfield, Ohio, ter. Christmas Party. Special pro-
daily. Reservations, phone 6300. will speak on the subject, "The gram. All students invited.
dail. Rseratinsphoe 600. Christian Teaching on Race." ____
Hillel Foundation and I.Z.F.A.: Roger Williams Guild: 5 p.m., School of Business Adminis-
Annual Chanukah Festival, 6:30 Special Christmas Program and tration, Student - Faculty Coffee
p.ng., Hillel Foundation. Enter- caroling. Supper meeting and fel- Hour, sponsored by Delta Sigma
tainment, refreshments, and var- lowship hour. Pi, professional Business Admin-
iety booths. All proceeds will go Wesleyan Guild: 5:30 p.m. The istration fraternity. 3-5 p.m., all
to the Jewish National Fund. Ev- drama group will present "The business administration students
eryone is invited. Other Wise Mlen," by Henry Van are invited.
Dyke. Supper meeting and fellow-
B'nai B'rith Hillel Foundation ship hour. Michigan Dames Child Study
Corned Beef Corner will be open Group: Meet at the home of Mrs.
Sunday evenings. Coming Events M. N. Macintyre, 413 W. Hoover,
8 p.m., Mon., Dec. 15. Dr. Martha
Gilbert and Sullivan Society: G. Colby, Associate Professor of
Meeting for all present active A.Ph.A. Student Branch meet- Psychology, will speak on "Prob-
members of the Society. Next ing, Wed., Dec. 17, Rm. 300, lems of Childhood."
semester's officers to be elected. Chemistry Bldg. Dr. J. J. Hanlon,
Operetta for next semester to be of the School of Public Health, Michigan Dames Drama Group:
chosen. Final orders for pictures guest speaker. All old members' Meet at the home of Mrs. A. H.
to be taken. dues for the coming year are pay- Clark, 3437 Richard, Pittsfield
able at this meeting. Village, 8 p.m., Mon., Dec. 15. An-
Student Religious Groups: thony Blattner is in charge of
Congregational-Disciples Guild: Willow Run Chapter of AVC: transportation.
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86th floor observatory of the Empire State building, New York
City, as a barrier to would-be suicides.
N E W F R E N C H A U I - This is the front-wheel drive French car, the Dolo, shown in
Paris, said to reach 70 m.p.h. and to travel nearly 70 miles on a gallon of gasoline.
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