THE M ICHICAN DAILY
SUNDAY, APRIL 17, 1949
Lockwood Thrives on Many Activities
campus committees and boards,
and to give opinions on contro-
versial issues. His friends state
that he can "talk people into
doing anything in the world."
He is credited with the amazing
ability of being able to talk to two
people with completely opposing
views at the same time without
antagonizing either of them.
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AT THE THETA XI house,
where Bruce was president last
year,he is considered genial, with
a marvelous sense of humor and
a dynamic personality. But de-
spite this, Bruce says his frater-
nity brothers are not very con-
genial about the 50 phone calls
a day which he averages.
Bruce is getting his degree in
Naval Architecture, and will
combine his favorite activities
after graduation by working for
an electrical boat company in
New London, Conn.
The location, he states, was very
carefully picked for its proximity
to Long Island Sound, where he
intends to continue racing in his
own sailboat, a recent gift from
Tickets are still available for Le
Cercle Francais' production of "La
Belle Aventure" to be presented at
8 p.m. Tuesday at the Lydia Men-
The play, under the direction of
Prof. Charles Koella of the ro-
mance language department, deals
with a marital mixup and an
Tickets are 75c and may be pur-
chased from 2 to 5 p.m. tomorrow
and from 2 to 5 p.m. Tuesday
at the box office. All seats are
McCracken Calls European
Armament Economic Liability
By JOAN WILLENS
The proposal to arm western European countries is an economic
liability, although it is necessary and desirable for implementing the
North Atlantic Pact, according to Prof. Paul W. McCracken, of the
business administration school.
When asked to comment on the recent requests of the European
nations for increased military air, McCracken declared that Congress
should go slowly until the business situation is clarified, if it intends
to appropriate the money by means of increased taxes.
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HE EXPLAINED THAT appropriating money to arm Europe would
be an expansionist move and its impact on the United States economy
would depend on the business situation when the program was
The depressing effect of increased taxes would cancel out
the additional demand stimulated by the enlarged military budget,
"Our experience has been that such aid programs axe easier
to turn on than to turn off-although this does not mean we should
not go into it."
McCRACKEN, PROFESSOR OF business administration, asserted
that the public should be aware of the implications of such an exten-
sive armament program.
"If we devote a larger proportion of our productive effort to
military and government activities, it will limit the extent to
which the government can engage in social welfare programs,
desirable as they may be," he asserted.
Some people favor an armament program, apart from its
intrinsic merits, as a means of stemming the deflationary trends
evidenced in the business world during the last six months, McCracken
BUT HE CALLED THIS point of view a "rather shortsighted
technique for dealing with the current business situation, because,
in the long run, the program might prevent a painless readjustment
of prices and costs."
Although it may purchase temporary relief from a sagging com-
modity and labor market, in the future, the armament of western
Europe will pose more problems than it will answer. However,
McCracken concluded, "we will just have to solve them."
DAILY OFFICIAL BULLETIN
Publication in The Daily Official
Bulletin is constructivernotice to all
members of the University. Notices
for the Bulletin should be sent in
typewritten form to the Office of the
Assistant to the President, Room 2552
Administration Building, by 3:00 p.m.
on the day preceding publication
(11:00 a.m. Saturdays).
SUNDAY, APRIL 17, 1949
VOL. LIX, No. 136
University Senate: Meeting, 4:15
p.m., Mon., May 16, Rackham Am-
Bureau of Appointments: Ling-
nan University, China, is in need'
of two elementary teachers for the
school year 1949-50. These posi-
tions are in a school for American
children. For further information,
call at the Bureau of Appoint-
Speed of Reading Course: Non-
credit course designed to assist
students improve their reading
speed, Tuesday and Thursday, 4
p.m., 4009 University High School,
starting Tues., April 19; auspices
of the School of Education. Four
weeks course open to all interested
Bureau of Appointments:
Wed. and Thurs., April 20-21-
A representative from the home
office of the Equitable Life Insur-
ance Company of Iowa will inter-
view men for sales training pro-
The University Speech Clinic
will hold an open house for mem-
bers of the Michigan Alumnae
group of Ann Arbor at 7:30 p.m.
Tuesday in the Clinic Building on
Wed., April 20-Firestone Tire
& Rubber Company wi1 *ntervi w
mlen for training as store Iana-
gers in Michigan.
Thurs.. April 21 -American Seat-;
ing Company of Gr:nd R ids will
interview men for Indlustril . ngi-
neering, Personnel Administration,
Accounting and Sales.
Fri., April 22-TIe J. C. Penney-
Company will interview men for
training as store managers. Stores
are located all over the county;,.
For further information and ap-
pointments, call Extension 371 or
stop at the office, 3528 Adminis-
tration Bldg. Hours 9-12, 2-4.
The Thomas M. Co-ley Lectures,
third series; auspices of the Law
School and the William W. Cook
Endowment. Gcneral subject.
"Some Problems of Equity." Firs~t
lecture, "Coming into Equity with
Unclean Hands -1." Zechariah
Chafee, Jr., Langdell Professor of
Law, Harvard University. 4:15
p.m., Mon., April 18, 120 Hutchins
University Lecture: "Vergil and
Augustus." Erik Sjogvist, Director
of the Swedish Academy at Rome
and Visiting Professor at Prince-
ton University; auspices of the
Department of Classics. 4:15 p.m.,
Mon., April 18, Rackham AmA-hi-
University Lecture: "Heredity
and Modern Life" (illustrated).
Dr. Laurence H. Snyder, Dean of
the Graduate School, University
of Oklahoma; auspices of the
Laboratory of Vertebrate Biology.
4:15 p.m., Mon., April 18, Kellogg
Eco nmics (C1lb: Dr. Harold A.
IIni, Prfssran lea d of the
departet fpoiia com
at te Uiveiityof Toronto, will
spacn 'TeImatof Technol-
ogy on Public Opinion in the
United States," Mon., April 18,
7:45 p.m., Rackham Amnphithea-
tre. The public is invited.
Lecture: '"Gnvcrnment -Control-
' n Sociali Meiie. Dr. Ed--
wad J- CormiJ, Tolio, Ohio;
auspe~s of the MCieal School and
the Wor:0'. Auxiliary,. of the
Washtenaw County Medical Soci-
e ..., Tue .. April 10. Rack-
Cliizse Grant in Aid Program,
U.S. Deartment of Stat(e: Chi-
u~e e sudm Lts expectin to qualify
rhculd aly immediately at the
O ice ote Counslor to Foreign
Students, International Center.
Applicanits for the Ph.D. in Eng-
lish are invited to a meeting, 4:30
p.m., Men_, April 18, 2235 Angell
Hall. Requirements for -Ihe Doc-
tor's Degree in En1lish will be dis-
beadite o t he doctoradl pro-'
n ial Pcholog should
Is to Prof. T. M.
NewcobI103 Iaven Hall, on or
tnt ii, c l on Pa';e 4)
Doors Open 1:15 P.M.
Weeday Nights and
Moine 25c Sundays 35c
-- Todayand Monday -
at 3:00 -6:20 -2:40
Familiarity with boats made BRUCE LOCKWOOD
Bruce a "perfect fit" for the * * *
Navy, and he interrupted his HIS IF IENDS aay that when-
career at Michigan for four ever Bruce goes shopping, they
years in a sailor suit. He served are always sure he will return with
as skipper on a mine sweeper, the same grey outfit-and he
and executive officer of a gun never lets them down. Some asso-
boat in the Phippines. ciates have begun referring to him
Since coming back to Ann Ar- as the "Man in Grey."
bor, Bruce has traded his navy As president of IFC; a group
blue uniforms for gray flannel representing 3,000 men in 51
pats and shirts, which he wears houses, Bruce is constantly be-
constantly. ing called on to sit on various
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PtoI. Innis Will
Howard A. Innis, chairman of
the political science department at
the University of Toronto, and
president of the Canadian Politi-
cal Science Association will speak
before the Economics department
tomorrow and Tuesday.
Prof. Innis will first address the
Economics Club at 7:45 p.m. to-
morrow, in the Rackham Amphi-
theatre, when he will speak on
"The Impact of Technology on
Public Opinion in the U.S." He
will speak again at 4:15 Tuesday
en "Bias in Communications."
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know why when
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