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Polio Virus Mystery Pierced,
But Cure Remains in Future
Although the polio virus is not
entirely a mystery, a certain cure
for polio remains for "some future
AUP F 1avors
The American Association of
University Professors has adopted
a resolution pledging support to
any university professor accused
of communist activity, whether
or not he is a Communist party
member, Prof. Charles L. Jani:.-
Prof. Jamison, of the business
school, recently returned from the
AAUP's 34th annual meeting in
St. Louis. There the association
took the position that professors
have the same rights as other cit-
izens and may belong to any -
litical party they wish, he said.
The association also discussedr
the problem of faculty represent-
tion in college politics.-
date," according to Dr. Gordon
Brown of the School of Public
Healthy people are more sus-
^eptible to polio attack than un-
iernourished people probably be-
cause the virus, a parasite, prefers
healthy cells to live in, Dr. Brown
stated before the Science Research
The polio virus have been iso-
lated from humans and injected
into animals, Dr. Brown said. Its
size and a number of its chemical
reactions have been determined.
However, neither serum tests, nor
treatments are now available.I
Human beings, and not food,
water, insects, rodents or sewage,
are probably the carriers of polio,
according to present information,
However, Dr. Brown declared,
"In polio we have to admit any
possibility." He described present
directions of investigation and
emphasized the need for more ef-
ficient tools of research.
In addition to the usual relief
this spring vaca tion will bring a
revival of pre-war Michigan's an-
ual electrical engineer's tour of
Eastern industrial plants.
The "field trip" offers all "elec-
tricals" an opportunity to do some
interesting and inexpensive trav-
eling. Sponsored by the Michigan
branch of the American Institute
of Electrical Engineers and Eta
Kappa Nu, the tour will provide
a first hand investigation of pow-
er plants, manufacturing and re-
search in the electrical engineer-
Visits will be made to plants
of RCA, Westinghouse, Bell Tele-
phone, Eastman Kodak, General
Electric, and the power plants of
Transportation will be provid-
ed and low-cost lodging reserva-
tions have been made. It is also
planned that students will have
some free time for sight-seeing.
ISL.ll SRp onsor0
Monte Carlo Dance
A Monte Carlo Dance will high-
light the International Students
Association's activities for March,
Fred Ray, ISA president, announ-
The dance will be held in the
Rackham Ballroom, March 13. Re-
freshments will be served and en-
tertainment will feature games of
skill in which fortunes will be
won and lost,- with stage money,
Ray said. Tickets will be on sale
at the International Center office
Foreign students will
Hall coffee hour at 4:30
Hall coffee hour at 3:30
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Westminster Guild will hold a
coffee hour at 3:30 p.m. at the
Presbyterian Church with assist-
ant pastor Rev. John Craig as
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An all-campus chapel service:
will be held at 7:30 a.m. today in
the League chapel. Students will
direct the short service.
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Nearly 100 students at the Wes-
leyan Guild have put into practice
the parable of the talents. Provid-
ed with five dollars each, they will
invest the sum as they see fit, and
return the talents and any gain
April 18. Returns above the orig-
inal amount will be applied to
Christian work around the globe.
Westminster Guild will hold a
square dance and serve refresh-
ments at 9 p.m. tomorrow in the
church recreation room.
Bridge Lesson Tickets
Tickets for a series of ten bridge
lessons sponsored by the League
Social Committee will be on sale
from 3 to 5 p.m. today and tomor-
row in the lobby of the League.
Lessons will be held from 7 to
10 p.m. every Monday and Tues-
day evening starting March 8.
comparison. prw'ves Ensians
Wr/ hiers PlediI(e(
Theta Sigma Phi, honorary
journalism sorority, have pledged
nineteen women at a candleligia
ceremony held in the league
chapel this week.
The traditional pen point was
pinned on pledges Pat Barrows,
Beverly Bussey, Mary Alice
Cheney, Pearl Celebrezze, Joyce
Haller, Frances Keaton, Shirley
Maitland, Pat Maloney, Gay Mc-
Gee, Glenna Moore, Sigrid Nelson.
Also pledged were Elizabeth
Peck, Adeline Rasmussen, Mar-
garet Schaeffer, Doris Sternberg,
Nancy Vedder, Margaret Williams,
Esther Weiner and Lillian Drazek.
Following the services, final
plans were made for the spring
fashion show to be held March 11
in the League ballroom,
WrightI To Discuss
Russel Wright, famous indus-
trial designer, will discuss "Mech-
anisms of Magic" on Friday.
March 5 in the Architecture build-
ing auditorium at 4:15 p.m.
Mr. Wright will discuss the lat-
est methods and designs for the
mass production of a variety of
products for home use.
In Rackham, amphith ieatre, that
afternoon and at the same time
Tdgar Richardson will discuss
"The Real ard Ideal, Subject%-
and Objective in American Paint
zng." Mr. Richardson is the diree-
tor of the Detroit Inst itut e of Fine
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All graduate students are
vited; silence is requested.
A.I.Ch.E.: 7:30 p.m., Rm. 321,
Michigan Union. Mr. Anthony An-
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noble will speak onl .lie 1History
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ing Enterprise-the Dorr Co."
Anverican Society of Heating,
and Ventilating Engineers (Stu-
dent Branch): Open meeting for
engineers, 7:30 p.m., Rm. 304,
Movies: "Heating and Ventilat-
ing," and "Mechanical .Refrigerat-
Modern Poetry Club: 8 Ip.m.,
Russian tearoom, M ichig an
League. Mr. Pearce will continue
Michigan Sailing Club: Open
meeting, 7 p.m., Michigan Union.
International Center weekly tea:
4:30-5:30 p.m. Hostesses: Mrs.
E. Washington Ph. 8132
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United World Federalist Study
Group: 7:30 p.m., Michigan Un-
ion. Discussion of the new consti-
tution of India.
Geology and Mineralogy Journal
Club: Open Meeting, Fri., March
5, 1 2en. Rm. 3055, Natural Sci-
ence"Bld" . Dr. L. S. R"ssell. Di
rectur of the Royal Ontario Mu-
scum(ofPaeontuology will speak on
"The Stratigraphy and Faunms of
the Late Cretaceous and Early
Tertiary Deposits of the High
Plains of Southern Canada and
the Northern United States" (il-
Phi Delta Kappa, National Pro-
fessional Fraternity in Education:
Smoker for all members, 7:30 p.m.,
Fri., March 5, West Conference
Room, Rackham Bldg. Rose Bowl
football pictures, fraternity busi-
ness, and refreshments.
Phi Gamma Delta, social fra-
ternity: Open house, Mon., March
8, 7 p.m. All freshmen who have
registered with the I.F.C. for
spring rushing are invited.
Delta Epsilon Pi fratrnity: Fri.,
March 5, 6:30 p.m., Rm. 304, Mich-
igan Union. Any male students
who are phil-Hellenes are invit-
German Coffee Hour: Fri.,
March 5, 3-4:30 p.m., Michigan
League Coke Bar. Students and
faculty members are invited.
Instruction in American Ball-
room Dancing: Classes, Fri.,
March 5, 8-10 p.m.,. International
Center. Record dancing 10 p.m.-
B'nai B'rith hillel Foundation
and IRA are co-sponsoring a Sup-
pernar, Sun., March 14. Students
interested in working on this proj -
ect should attend a meeting Fri.,
March 5, 4 p.m., Hillel Foundation.
B'nai B'rith Hillel Foundation:
Friday Evening Services, 7:45 p.m.
Fireside discussion led by Dr. Dan-
iel Katz on "The Problems in Ra-
cial Relations." All students in-
Cornedbeef Corner, B'nai B'rith
Hillel Foundation, 10:30 p.m.-mid-
night, Sat., March 6. All are in-
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