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Democrats To
Oppow Sig(dl
Poitical Move
Mi rhig n D ocrat, will oppose
Govrno Sgle'sproposal to make
11woffcesof Attorney General
andSeray of State appointive,
John. . rari eo, Democratic State
Chairman said today.
Cioerno r Sigler shows an
alalo~glack of confidence in
Lie~,otci: o Mchga."Franco
de~lr d."Beobiously feels that
they~~ or o apablc- of choosing
1l r(v oliijeers. TheDmort
ic uDetmocrat- for the election
c_ )f r. ,(! fef1)y the people. We
dion't an any governor - Re-
pubhl i an orDemocrat - to usurp
the 1)o t . of thle Michigan vot-
Thanc said, however that the
Demoratswould g;o along with
'igler's proposal for a four-year
trml for theI governor. He said
the Democratic leaders felt the
lon, er term would give the gover-
nor time to put his program into
action.
'he D,, roerats, Franco said,
will oppose Sigler's plan to hold
,jjjCefliito ial elecions in non -
pi-esi denitial years. Franco term.-
fad the proposal "a political trick
by the G.O.P. to have the gov-
erno r Ele(:ted by a small number
of voters."
~ 'Physicians
rf l ini Detroit
Four teen University doctors are
scheduled to present lectures and
demonstrations at the second an-
nual Michigan Postgraduate Clin-
ical Institute in Detroit, which
began yesterday and will -,ontinue?
through tomorrow.
An estimated 1,800 physicians
from Michigan, neighboring states,
and Ontario are attending the in-'
stitute in order to learn the latest
developments in medicine, surgery,
dermatology, obstetrics, pediatrics
and general practice. Included in
the three-day program are dem-
onstrations and lectures by 40
Michigan doctors.

GUILD
NEWS
Westminstci- and Cogregation-
?l-Djsciples uivs ill Cjoiin a
on Prtytion 9p-. tormid-
mu: in&x PdHall f dhe Pres-
A lat ul iesand dance
2.~ e5(h~dleclfor 'the vnig
~ck''ts ;)obeavailable at thc
cl~IoA.
Huhill imaiui i li is
of r tw'o-week dycriv e to hike their
'amps mcibeihipto 1.200. Be-
.uu with :.r_ 7y onday. the
camplaign will include solicitation
of all Jewi s sudenti s on campus.
The il Supper Club of St. Andrews
1piscolal Church will present a
pagi eant on the origin of the true
Cross at 8 p.m. Sunday at the
Church. Schola Cantorem, a mix-
ed student choir, will present a
musical program.
At. Baseball They Win
LOS ANGELES, March 11-(A')
--The University of Southern Cal-
ifornia defeated the Chicago
White Sox. 8-7, in an exhibition
baseball game today.

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j 1sid 7'T1 11-7-UP)odm' a
'a lie out ;i the wole cloth" to-
day a re!1u~t' port,. that he
once saidNo York Jews "were
Iiloyal.-
Mr. Truman volunteered his re-
marks at a news conference and
authorized direct quotation. Usual
news conference rules are that his
remarks mray not be put in direct
Cuotes.
The President did not name the
columnist he said had won
"another liar's star." But colum-
nist Drew Pearson later issued this
statement:
"I regret to say that my quota-
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tion o" the~ conversation betweer
Pi'csdon ' inorin and the Nev
York publisher was all too accur-
ate, but I am ,Y'-ad the Picidcent
has now relonl dered_:LAJ o.em-
perate words.'
Reporters heard Mr. Truman
say the column was published in
a. New York "gossip paper." H'e
told them to read the New York
Mirror to find out about it.
Glen Neville, executive editor
of the. New* York Mirror, said he
had no comment on Truman's
description of the Mirror's "gossip
paper," except that "Wie are de-
lighted at any publicity Mr. Tru-
man can give us."

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committee reports due. Any stu-
dent interested in working on this
project invited.
Hillel Friday Evening Services:
7:45 p.m. Oneg iabbat, "We Sing
as We Climb," sponsored by
I.Z.F.A. Everyone welcome.
Coin gEvents
Delta Sienna Phi Fraternity has
reactivated and meets every Mon-
day in the Union at 7 p.m. Any ac-
tive member who has transfered
here from another school is invit-
,nd to the meetings or contact Clare
Shuzler. phone 2-5288.
,a'. Itiehard Club invites all
'atholic married couples to attend
thei'r .elig ious Discussion, Sun.,
March ni 7:?,0 p.m., Saint Mary'sr
Student Chape ,l Club Rooms. Re-
f reshinents.
IP. ? a i Iiii'1Foundation "su-
jp-r=,ar:,Supper, .6 p.m., Sunday,
HTillel -L-ouvd ation. Rev. Charles
Hill of Detroit, will speak at 7:30
p.m. Reservations for supper'
'hculd be mlade by Friday. Call
2-6i585.a
Cornedheef Corner, B'nai B'rith
Hillel Foundation: Open to allE
students Saturday, 10:30 p.m. to
midnight.
m.~e Gr'aduate Outing Club will
uhoet for ice-skating at 2 :30 p.m..
Sun.. March 14, northwest en-
trance. Rackham Bldg. Sign up at
1-.ackham check- desk before noon
Saturdy. 11ll1 graduzate students
welcome.

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