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THURSDAY, -MRC

THE ICIAN-1AI

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FACTS SOUGHT :
New Committee Begins
To, Investigate Prej udiee

JWhat's Uip iell lc IS

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The wheels are beginning to
turn in the recently-formed Com-
mittee to End Discrimination.
Organized a few weeks ago as a
non-partisan effort to investigate
University and town practices re-
garding prejudice the committee
at present includes eleven campus
organizations as official members
and five other groups as non-vot-
ing observers.
THE FIRST project undertaken
Essay Contest
Entries Due
The Ger manl Department has
announced that all students in-
terested in entering the Bronson-
Thomas essay contest may register
today in Rm 12 Angell Hall.
The contestants will be given
prescribed readings in German
literature to complete. Then they
must write an essay on an as-
signed subject.
All students in German classes
on a junior or senior level who
took their work in German at an
American university are eligible.
The amount to be awarded to tihe
winner is $27.

by the group will be investigation
regarding general employment
practices for University workers
and faculty appointments.
Along with this the organiza-
tion is attempting to gather in-
formation on whether the Uni-
versity uses a system of quotas
in admitting students to under-
graduate and graduate schools.
"The group is going ahead with
plans to become officially recog-
nized by the Student Affairs Com-
mittee," Leon Rechtman, chair -
man of the group, said.

t'W rl4) Iet } ;WirlirP.)
Dr. T. Z. Koo, who s poike TLRQS-
dlay on the "World OutiL ook f:uj
Christianity''in cooperatio nwt
Religion-in-Life Week, was :
dinner guest at the NewWon>
Dorm Tuesday evening.
Dr. Koo held an informal alter -
dinner discussion on world affai:j
and played Chinese a irs uiI, i'
flute.
AFTER-DINNER spreaker at.
Lloyd House last night was Ki-
yoshi Tanimoto, pastor of t, ,e
Hiroshima Methodist Church, vh>
was within a mile of the ev
of the atomic bomb explo sion i
1945.j
Tanimoto, who is appearzing as
a part of the religious program
jhere,}ivill speak and conduct an
after -dinner discussion at
Stockwell Hall this evening.
Lloyd H-ouse men will have an
exch)ange dinner today with the
new women's dorm. Twenty-four'
couples will dine in the cafeterias
of the two houses.
UNIT III of the newv women's

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A GROUP OF
cut a50":. lash!

ORGANIZATIONS

who haveI

jointed the committee include the
New Women's Dorm, American
Veterans' Committee, Inter-Coop-
erative Council, United World
Federalists, and Americans for
Democratic Action, National Law-
yers Guild and Inter-Guild Coun-
cil.
Also in the group are the
Young Progressives, Young
(Democrats, Inter-Racial Associ-
ation and Alpha Phi Alpha.
Represented but not officially
part of the committee were
WVest Quad, Betsy Barbour, Jor-
dan Hall, Young Socialists and
AIM.

PROTEST AT COMMUNITY MEETING AGCAI:N.'ITi VICE--Louis
K. Soteros, a resident of Gary, Ind., 41 years old, gestures and
raises his voice during city council meeting in protest of gambling
and vice in C.ary, Ind., a steel producing city. More than 1,000
women touched off' the protest, demanding the council call in
FBI and state police if city law enforcement officials refused to
act. Women were aroused by slaying last week of it high school
teacher.
7O1) N EItHBORRS:
HI't roI(1B X1in1 WllSpeak
On Lami. Ainriaii IlAIati-oi

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Dvorak Fifth, Berlioz Requiem, La Boheme,
Ravel Quartet, Prokofieff Symphonies Nos. 1, 5
POPULAR
Theme Songs, Danny Kaye, Ellingtoni,
Duchin plays Gershwin, Sweet and Low
CHI LDENS SETS
PUSS In Boots, Kankie, Jack nde the
Beanstalk, Mike the I ouh Little, Tugboat
THE SALE everyone's talking about - for a
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for every collector. Stop today where music on
records is a pleasure as well as ra business.

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IlAI ittEaioinally-known educator
Harold Benjamin, Dean of the
Colle ge of Education at the Uni-
versity of Maryland, will speak on
"Ccentemporary Education in ifLatin
Amnerica" at 4:15 p.m. tomorrow
in I-.('kl 'duAnAphith eatre.
Tihe lectet' sponsor'ed by the
FRomance Languages department
and the education school, will be
followed by a reception in the
Hlendersonh Room of the League
where students and faculty will
have a chance to meet the speak-
DEAN BENJAMIN, a specialist
inl comparative education, was the
first director of the Division of
International Educational Rela-
tions in the U.S. Office of Edut-
cationi.
He pjarticiliate~d in the Inter'-
Amer-ican (Con1eren(T on Educa-
tion held in Chile ini 1934, thes
Carneg'ie Mission - to South
America in 1941, the Constitu-
tional Convention of UNESCO
its 1945 and th(e American Coun-
cil of Education mission to
Jap~an in 1946.
He is best known to students

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for his satire on traditional edu-
cational methods, "The Saber-
Tooth Curriculum." His new book,
the 1948 Kappa Delta Pi lecture,
is "Under Their Own Command.,"
Ile has been selected to deliver
tile 1949 Inglis .Lecture at Har-
yard.
Dean Benjamin is also educa-
tion editor of the Handbook of
Latin-Anvi'ica n Studies.
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town in the eastern lpanhandle of
West Virginia.
THlEY WERE JOINED by two
accomplices and escaped in a car
they stole from a nearby night
club.
A chef was shot in the leg
when the robbers fired twice to
make passengers open the club
car w hich they had locked.Ro
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