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"U' European Students View
Recent News Developments
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EDITUR'4 NOTEi TnPS his the first in t

a series of articles on what European
students at the University think of
the international situation.)
European students" here gave a
gloomy interpretation of recent
news, when they were interviewed
In a Daily survey.,
Confronted with questions on
the growth of Communism in the
Balkans, Italy, France and Fin-
land, many of the students said
they were afraid of a new totali-
tarian aggression.
Several students declined to
comment, saying that because of
the length of time they had been
here (three months to two years),
they knew no more about world
Qrgan Concert
ToB e Given
The final concert of an organ
music series, featuring twentieth
century compositions, will be pre-
sented at 4:15 p.m. today, in Hill
Auditorium, by Marilyn Mason,
organist, assisted by the University
String Orchestra under the di-
rection of Gilbert Ross.
A 1947 work, "Three Pieces for
Organ" by Haines will open the
recital. Schonberg's "Variations on
a Recitative," Op. 40, and Piston's
"Prelude and Allegro for Organ
and Strings" will be performed'
for the first time in Ann Arbor.

politics than did anyone else who
read American newspapers.
Off the Record Comments
Some students requested that
their names be withheld, along
with off-the-record comments, for
the safety of their families in Eu-
rope to whom they mean to return.
Others became excited and asked
the reportertorleave them out of
the survey entirely.
Opinions most frequently ex-
pressed included denunciations of
Russia for spreading her brand of
Communism in a way parallel to
Hitler's. Students also urged im-
mediate installation of the Mar-
shall Plan as the best way to stop
Communist influence.
All the students said that the
Communists followed the same
pattern in every country they took
over or tried to take. Most said
that the United States had been
too inactive, and they approved
President Truman's stand as the
best way to bolster European mo-
rale. Only one spoke of faults in
American aid to Europe, and his
complaint was that aid as now ad-
ministered is inadequate.
Dim View of Finnish Situation
Many foreign students were
doubtful of Finland's chances of
escaping Russian domination. Fin-
nish and Czech students reflected
that their countries, modeled on
western democracy, had wanted
only to serve as bridges between
the East and West. Most of the
students interviewed referred to'
war-time experiences in the ar-
mies of their respective countries.
Tuesday: The situation in the

Wesleyan Guilders will entertain
students from Islamic countriesI
at an International Tea at 3 p.m.
today in the Wesley Lounge. The
concluding meeting in the series
on contemporary religions will be
held at 5:30 p.m.. The panel topic
will be "What is Fundamental in
Religion?" Supper follows at 6:30
* * *
Michigan Christian Fellowship
will hear Rev. John Thiessen, di-:
rector of the Hebrew Christian
Mission in Detroit, speak on "God
in Christ," at 4:30 p.m. today, in
Lane Hall.
* * * ,
A panel discussion on "What a
Christian Believes About Life Af-
ter Death" will be held by the
Canterbury Club at 5:30 p.m. to-
day, in the Episcopal Church. Stu-
dents Francis Bailie, David Hart,
Leighton Anderson, and Richard
Underhill will serve on the panel.
* * *
Rev. Kenneth L. Potee will speak
to the Congregational-Disciples
Guild at the supper meeting be-
ginning at 6 p.m. today, in the
Disciples Church.
Grace Bible Guild will meet for
a cost supper at 6:15 p.m. today
in Fellowship Hall of the church.
Choirs Will Sing,
'Requiem Mass'
Mozart's "Requiem Mass" will
be sung by the Episcopal Student
Choir and the Choir of Christ'
Church, Cranbrook, at 8 p.m. to-
day in St. Andrew's Episcopal
Solo leads will be taken by Mir-
iam McLaughlin '48, soprano;
Jean Westerman '47, contralto;
Rowland McLaughlin '41, tenor;
and Jack Jensen '49, baritone. All
except Jensen are residents of Ann'

BootG Group
For IV ichI gr t s
Sed8 Meetiiiyg
Ask Campus Houses
To Send Delegates
The Booth Committee for Mich-
igan will meet 4:30 p.m.. Thursday
in the Union.
All organizations having booths
at Michigras should have at least
one representative at the meeting,
according to Bill Tattersall, chair-
The following organizations
have had their booths approved
for Michigras: Gamma Phi Beta,
Delta Tau Delta, Pi Beta Phi,
Theta Xi, Beta Theta Pi, Chi Psi,
Zeta Beta Tau, Alpha Epsilon Phi
and Zeta Psi.
Other Groups
Other organizations to be repre-
sented include Stockwell, Lloyd
House, Martha Cook, Kappa Del-
ta, Sigma Nu, Phi Kappa Tau,
Theta Delta Chi, Alpha Gamma
Delta, Kappa Kappa Gamma,
Michigan House and Phi Gamma
The list continues with Alpha
Tau Omega, Sigma Phi Epsilon,
Psi Upsilon, Delta Kappa Epsilon,
Delta Zeta, Triangle, Wolverine
Club, Delta Delta Delta, Zeta Tau
Alpha, Alpha Xi Delta, Mary
Markley, Wilcox League House,
Mosher Hall, Alpha Phi and
Fletcher Hall.
List Continues
Also to be represented at Michi-
gras are Lambda Chi Alpha, Kap-
pa Alpha Theta, Collegiate Soro-
sis, Sigma Alpha Epsilon, Phi Sig-
ma Kappa, Kappa Sigma, Sigma
Chi, Chi Phi, Alpha Chi Omega,
and Theta Chi.
The list concludes with Helen
Newberry, Betsy Barbour, Adelia
Cheever, Alpha Delta. Pi, and Chi
In the order named, Georgia,
North Carolina and Alabama are
our largest sweet potato growing


girls w
Publication in The Daily Official average
Bulletin is constructive notice to all averae
members of the University. Notices themsel
for the Bulletin should be sent in Universi
typewritten form to the office of the and ma
Assistant to the President, Room 1021 Dean o
Angell Hall, by 3:00 p.m. on the day given o
preceding publication (11:00 a.m. Sat- ship a
. . . scholar
girls n11
Notices Applica
April 1
SUNDAY, MARCH 21, 1948 inounced
VOL. LVIII, No. 121
Teacher's Certificate Candi- patio
dates: Will you please stop in at'Zuric
the Office of the School of Educa- havea
tion, 1437 University Elementary Tues., N
School, to take the teacher's oath. for Jun
This is a requirement for the gram.I
teacher's certificate. claims
Women students: Several articles have a
of clothing (sweaters, mittens and nesday
the like) have been left in the and 25
Barbour Gymnasium after the in- neers f
tramural basketball games. Own-
ers may call for these articles in
Office 15, Barbour Gymnasium.
Women students who are mem-
bers of the cast and crew of JGP
have 12:30 permssion on March

23 and:

24, and 11:30 permission on
(l and room sehola!rships f1r
iol year 1948-49 e ail
Adelia Cheever Hose id-
"berryResidence and Betsy
r House. Non-affiliated
ho have maintained a B
or better and who are
lves earning part of their
ity expenses are eligiblt'
y apply at the Office of the
f Women. The awards are
n the basis of good citizen-
nd scholarship and the
ships are not limited to
ow living in these houses.
tions must be made before
and the awards will be an-
!d not later than May 15.
of Appointments & Occii-
mal Information, 201 Ma-
h Insurance Company will
a representative here on
March 23, to interview men
ior Executive Training pro-
There are positions open in
for men with legal back-
, and underwriting.
lehem Steel Company will
representative here on Wed-
and Thursday, March 24
5, to interview all engi-
or their 1948 Loop Training
(ContunueId on Page 4)

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