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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

TUESDAY, NGITMBEU 2, 194$

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RAP NAME-CALLING:
Foreign Students Scornful
Of Political Campaign

By PHYLLIS KULICK
How American political cam-
paigning appears from the out-
side looking in was expressed by a
group of -foreign students at In-
ternational Center in an informal
pre-election discussion.'
Generally, they agreed that the
Presidential electioneering is
somewhat of an amusing farce.
"There is too much name-call-
ing and high sounding promises
that don't mean a thing," Rabin-
dra Nath Sahni, of India, said.
THERE WAS ONE dissenting
voice from France where politics
rage fast and furious every year
all year long. To Claude Meillas-
soux, American barnstorming ap-
peared calm and uninspiring. "The
party machines are so well organ-
ized they whip everyone in line,"
he said.
Although French politics are
rable rousing he admitted,
Americans are a little too
apathetic.
"Everyone seems to conform to
AVC To Hold
Forum on Bany
As a part of its protest of the
University ban on political speak-
ers, the campus AVC has sched-
uled a forum entitled "Civil Rights
and You," at 7:30 p.m. Thursday
in the Allenel Hotel.
The fonum is designed to point
out the increasing dangers to tra-
ditional American liberties, ac-
cording to Bud Aronson, AVC
committee member.
Prof. John F. Shepard of the
psychology department will mod-
erate the discussion.
Speakers engaged include Rev.
John Miles, James Jackson, Mich-
igan Communist Party secretary,
and Jerry McCroskey, Lawyer's
Guild chairman.

a political pattern and innova-
tions get little support in the
Press," Meillassoux said.
* * *
HE WAS EMPHATIC in con-
demning the University ruling
prohibiting political discussions on
the Diag and compared it to
French Universities where such
debates are encouraged.
Other students criticized the
underhanded way the parties
slam each other. "The candi-
datestake no definite stands on
coittroversial issues and con-
fine their speeches to cliches in
safe territory."
All of them felt that the voter
makes up his'mind long before the
speeches begin and therefore the
campaigns are a shameful waste
of money.
ELIAS GOMES of India voiced
the majority opinion when he
said:
"This particular election is not
generating too much interest
abroad because there is no person-
ality dominating the scene and
American foreign policy will expe-
rience no substantial change re-
gardless as to who gets elected."
Most felt that the Presidential
material this year is very medio-
cre.
Procedure Course
A free course in parliamentary
procedure is being offered by the
Union in answer to the requests
of several campus organizations.
The first of two scheduled one
hour sessions will be field at 7:30
p.m. tomorrow, in Rm. 3R-S in the
Union, with the second class a
week later at the same time and
place.
Professor Robert D. Brackett, of
the English department in the
College of Engineering, will teach
the course.

Students Will
Present Four
One-ActPlays
First of Dramas
To Be Friday
The first bill of one-act plays
for this semester will be presented
by the Department of Speech this
Friday and Saturday evenings at
8 p.m. in the Lydia Mendelssohn
Theatre.
Directed and staged by students
in advanced theatre courses, this
bill which is composed of four
plays selected by the student di-
rectors will be open. to the public
at no charge.
"OVER THE Teacups" by Per-
cival Wilde will be the first play,
directed by Earl Matthews. The
cast will include Lucille Waldorf,
Veryle Kinsel, Jo Henderson, and
Jean Lyman.
Noel Coward's ever-popular
comedy, "F'umed Oak" will be
the second play, directed by
William Deam. Included in the
cast will be Willard Booth, Doris
Clark, Carol Marquardt and
Betty Robinson.
The third play directed by Dick
Charlton willbe "Thed Bronze
Lady and the Crystal Gentleman,"
by Henri Duvernois. John Sargent,
Ted Heusel, William Taylor, Rob-
ert Tamplin and Barbara Cress
will make up the cast.
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THE BILL WILL conclude with
"Summer Comes to the Diamond
O" by Robert Finch. Directed by
Merrill McClatchey, the cast will
include Laird Brooks, Jack Jen-
sen, Ed Dworski, Vern Weber, Ed
Pfluke, George Crepeau, Nate Nat-
ter and William Lanxner.
Contemporary Art
To Be Displayed
Paintings such as Matisse's "La
Musique" and Doris Lee's "Coun-
try Wedding" will be displayed in
the exhibit of contemporary paint-
ings from November 4 to 24 i4. the
University Museum of Art.
Among the American contem-
poraries on display will be Morris
Graves' "Black Waves," John Ath-
erton's "Villa Rotunda," Horace
Pippin's "Self Portrait."
Also included in the exhibit will
be works by Picasso, Rouault,
Braque, Paul Klee, Franz Marc,
Soutine and Chagall.

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