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DAZZLING DEBUTANTES-Daisy Lou McCoy and Mary Lou Payraiser are shown with their re-
spevtive fathers, Pa McCoy and Constant Payraiser, in' front of the carriage which took them to
their debut tea at the League yesterday. Left to right, the group includes Diane Faulk (Daisy Lou),
Maxine Pearson (Pa), Jimmie Lobaugh (Mary Lou) and Dick Ferle (Constant Payraiser).
Faith is only real when it does
not fail at the point of action, ac-
cording to Dr. John S. Everton
who yesterday spoke on "Faith and
Christian America" at the Con-
"We usually call this a Christian
nation, but our foreign policy is
not one of reconciliation at the
present time, nor are current acts
leading toward peace," he said.
"FREQUENTLY we are forced to
admit that Christian America acts
according to pagan or secular
Suggesting that our faith does
tend to fail at the point of ac-
tion, Dr. Everton said that a
revolution in faith must begin
with the individual.
"The tension between the ideals
we possess and the life we live
cannot continue. We must give up
our faith and keep our practices
or give up our practices and keep
Speaking of Religion in Life
week Dr. Everton said that he
hopes not only for intellectual ap-
preciation of the week's activities
but also for appreciation of the
reality of God in man's life.
And part of our task is to break
down the walls that surround men,
The Russian-American conflict
is the subject of a four week Ex-
tension Service lecture series be-
ing given in Michigan cities by
members of the political science
and geography departments.
Prof. Russel H. Fifield, of the
political sciencedepartment, dis-
cussed the "Conflict in the Far
East" last week in Rochester, Al-
Pena, Oscoda and Traverse City.
N. M. Efimenco, of the political
science department, is consider-
ing the question of control of
atomic energy this week, and
Prof. Marshall M. Knappen, of
the political science depart-
ment, will lecture on the con-
flict in Western Europe next
The final talks will be given by
Prof. George Kish of the geogra-
phy department on "The Rivals'
Strength and Weakness."
Similar lecture series have been
given in Northern Michigan since
the Spring of 1948.
Red Cross Donors
100 PERCENTERS--Less than a week after the beginning of the
annual campus Red Cross drive, Theta Chi fraternity has come
through with the first 100% contribution effort. Left to right are
Jake Jacobson, IFC president; Mrs. Hayes T. Meyers, of the Red
Cross Motor Service; Paul Sage, '51, treasurer of Theta Chi; Ger-
ald Butler, '51, secretary of the fraternity and John Gwin of the
Office of Student Affairs.
ADA Plans Sumner ours
For Student StudyIn Europe
Deans of Men Attend Conference
Dean of Students Erich A. Wal- liamsburg, Va., where they will at-
tend a four-day conference of the
ter and Associate Dean Walter B. National Association of Deans and
Rea have left Ann Arbor for Wil- Advisors of Men.
A new program of summer study
trips abroad was announced yes-
terday by' Dave Babson, '50L,
former chairman of the campus
chapter of Americans for Demo-
The trips, sponsored by the na-
tional ADA office, feature tours of
European countries with empha-
sis on surveys of political parties
and industrial and trade unions.
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BABSON, who spent two months
in England last summer on one of
the trips, said that the 27-mem-
ber tour group lived with British
Costs for the trips range from
$650 to $1,000. Students will leave
Sale Will End
Ticket sales for the Union thea-
tre trip to "A Streetcar Named
Desire" will end tomorrow, Phil
Johnson, '52E, of the Union staff,
The pulitzer prize play by Ten-
essee Willimas opens at a Detroit
theatre next week, and the stu-
dent trip has been scheduled for
a matinee performance March 25.
Johnson said tickets will be on
sale today and tomorrow from 3
to 5 p.m. in the Union box office.
Priced at $3.65, they include the-
atre admission- and bus fare to
Detroit and back. Buses will leave
the side of the Union at 12:30
New York at the end of June, fol-
lowing a brief orientation pro-
gram in Washington, and return
about September 1.
All travel will be via Youth Ar-
;osy ships and planes.
Students desiring further infor-
mation about the ADA trips may
contact Babson at the Lawyers
Club or write "ADA Study Trips
Abroad," 1740 K Street N.W.,
Washington 6, D.C.
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