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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

SUNDAY, MARCI 19, 1950

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OLLEGE ROUNDUP:
Pressure Tactics Push
Problems ito Limelight

By JANET WATTS
Pressure tactics pushed discri-
mination, faculty-student rela-
tions and the male-female situ-
ation into the collegiate limelight
last week.
At the University of Texas in
Austin, a student assembly refer-
endum on educational segrega-
tion hit a snag when the Student
Court ruled the referendum un-
constitutional.
THE -DECISION, upheld by a
higher faculty appellate court,
brought to an end a month's
long drive to sound out officially
student feelings on whether or not
Negro students should be admitted
to the University.
The referendum was sched-
uled to record opinions on six
student problems ranging from
a \loyalty oath to a compulsory
tax, but the discussion centered
on the segregation issue.
A student assemblyman asked
for the referendum so that stu-
dents might honestly express their
opinions in a quiet way. But the
proposed vote rpused state-wide
attention and the whole plan dis-
integrated into a high pressure
campaign of ideas.
* * *
PRESSURE of another sort was
exerted upon a San Jose State
College student who complained
that his sociology instructor

forced him to write a letter of
apology to the student newspaper
or face a flunking.
The student had previously
written a letter to the paper com-
plaining that the instructor in-
sulted students in his class. When
the apology letter appeared, the
paper investigated.
The instructor revealed to an
investigating committee that he
had demanded an apology from
the student with the threat of a
lowered grade. The committee
reported after the incident that
it frowned on such "grade dis-
ciplining."
A flu epidemic at the University
of Maryland almost forced 12 co-
eds' to leave their dormitory to
make room for stricken male stu-
dents.
The women were moved into
another part of the dormitory so
that their quarters could be con-
verted into an infirmary if the
epidemic reached disaster pro-
portions. But the men didn't get
into the dormitory, for the regu-
lar infirmary never became over-
taxed.
Revision of Book
Prof. Andrei A. Lobanov-Rostov-
sky of the history department has
completed editorial work on An-
thology on the Russian National
Character, a study of 200 years of
Russian literature.

Changes In
A IM Policy
A nnounced
Sweeping changes, "which will
make Association of Independent
Men a more effective service or-
ganization," have been enacted by
AIM's Executive Council, presi-
dent Marvin Failer has announced.
Discarding the one-man-per-
house representation system, AIM
has incorporated a new setup call-
ing for voting representation by
both the house president and one
dorm delegate.
EACH HOUSE HEAD, in addi-
tion, is empowered to serve as a
member of the executive council
as well as a representative. Every
house will therefore get two votes
at AIM meetings.
Failer pointed out that all
independent residence houses
are now affiliated with the
council. The three outside room-
ing house districts also have
representation on AIM, he add-
ed.
A combined AIM-Assembly In-
ter-dormitory committee, which
took roots at a house presidents'
meeting last month, will meet for
the first time 4 p.m. Tuesday at
the Union, Failer noted.
* * *
THE, GROUP will include all
men's house presidents and four
representatives from Assembly, to
work through women's dorm
presidents, he explained.
Failer also announced creation
of five additional committees: a
Union committee, to look into
proposals for changing the pre-
sent Union structure; a campus
action committee; a districting
committee, for effecting integra-
tion of the three outlying inde-
pendent districts; a finance and
athletics committee; and a dorm
committee, to integrate the so-
cial and cultural activities of
dorm residents.

e e ...
with DOLORES LASCHEVER
If the name "Mr. Radio" can be mention on a program a product
applied to any one radio enter- other than the one sponsoring him
tainer today, it's Arthur Godfrey. -and get away with it.
His picture appearing on the For some reason or other,
cover of a recent issue of Time Godfrey sells. Call it his ap-
magazine marks the second time parent honesty, his earthy com-
that his homely, country-boy ap- mercials, his cosy, persuasive
pearance has graced the cover of manner, whatever it is, all he
that publication. has to do is mention a product
In addition other national and according to the surveys, it
magazines have in recent months goes like wildfire.
run, articles on the fabulous God- All the furor about Godfrey is
f*ey. difficult to explain. I, for one,
APPEARING five times a week can't take him for jmore than five
from 10:15 to 11:30 a.m. (WJR) minutes at a time and then with
plus two half-hour evening pro- an effort. *
grams on Tuesday (WJR 8:30
p.m.) and Saturday (WJR 9:30 THE ONLY TIME I can remem-
p.m.) GdfrySaurdas(mJRepr3-ber that the mournful maddening-
p.m.) Godfrey can boast more pro- ly slow voice of Godfrey suited its
grams and more radio hours than
any other entertainer on the air. purpose was his report of Frank-
lin D. Roosevelt's funeral proces-
And, as if this were not sion through Washington. That is
enough, Godfrey also appel's a classic. Not only did he make
on television and makes rer- his listeners cry, he made himself
ords, all of which-in addition cry.
to some business investments, But Godfrey's voice, lus his
stocks and bonds and other in-
terests-earns for him almost plain expressive face are, ac-
cording to his 40 million listen-
one million dolars yrlgy. ers, the basis of his popularity.
The copper-haired, boyish grin- Fred Allen, the self-styled radio
ning humorist-he's all of 46 years critic, has another interpretation.
old-is the shining star of the "Millions of peQple think he's
advertisement business with pub- the funniest guy alive," Allen
licity-minded concerns all angling points out, "but their standards
for a chance to sponsor him or at are open to question. This is an
least to get him to mention their age of mediocrity. Anything medi-
product on the air. ocre is bound to be a success. As
we get more regimented, there are
FOR GODFREnY is one of the fewer Tiffany's and more Wool-
few radio personalities who can worths."
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Mechanics Talk
Set For Summer
The departments of engineering
mechanics and aeronautical en-
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held during the 1950 summer ses-
sion at the University.
Lectures will be given by Prof.
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Bulletin is constructive notice 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.
en the day preceding publication
(11:00 a.m. Saturdays).
SUNDAY, MARCH 19, 1950
VOL. LX, No. 115
Notices
Women Students wishing to ap-
ply for Henderson House for the
fall semester, 1950, may get in
touch with the Office of the Dean
of Women. Women who have an
academic average of 2.6 or better
and need to make cooperative liv-
ing arrangements are eligible.
American Indian Scholarships:
Five scholarships are available to
American Indians of either sex
who are enrolled at, or are eligible
for admission to, the University
in any field of study. The awards
consist of a cash scholarship al-
lowance equivalent to semester
fees in that division of the Uni-
versity in which the recipient en-
r'olls. Applications should be made
to the Scholarship Division, Of-
fice of Student Affairs, 1059 Ad-
ministration Building.
Choral Union Members whose
records of attendance are clear,
call for your courtesy passes ad-
mitting to the Francescatti violin
recital, Mon., Mar. 20, from 9:30
to' 11:30 a.m., and 1 to 4 p.m.,
University Musical Society, Bur-
ton Memorial Tower.
Members of the chorus: Next
full rehearsal, 7 p.m., Tues., Mar.
21, Haven Hall.

The School of Library Science,
Drexel Institute of Technology an-
nounces full tuition scholarships
for the academic year 1950-51.
Graduates with a B.S. in Library
Science are eligible. Closing date:
April 15. For further information,
call at Bureau of Appointments,
3528 Administration Bldg.
Eli Lilly & Company, Indianapo-
lis, will have representatives in the
office on Wed. and Thurs., March
22 and 23, to interview graduates
as follows: Chemical and Me-
chanical Engineers; Ph.D. candi-
dates in Organic Chemistry, Bac-
teriology, Pharmacology. Appoint-
ments may be made at the office,
3528 Admin. Bldg-hours 9-12 and
2-4.
Bureau of Appointments
C'aps and Gowns: for Senior
Night will be available at Moe's
Sport Shop Mon. through Wed.
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on all caps and gowns at any time
of rental. Those who return them
within a week will receive a larger
deposit back. Those who keep them
for graduation will receive the
minimum deposit back.
The Delta Delta Delta Local
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the U. of M. is for the benefit of
any junior woman who is work-
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who shows evidence of superior
citizenship, has a financial need,
and who fulfills the scholarship
requirement. Affiliated or unaffil-
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