THE MICHIGAN DAILY
WEDNESDAY, MARCIt 22,
The Big Ten Young Republi-
can Conference, to be held here
Friday and Saturday, was endor-
sed yesterday by the Senate and
House Republican Campaign Com-
mittees and Guy George Gabriel-
son, chairman of the Republican
National Committee for "encour-
aging the American youth against
infiltration by foreign ideologies."
The conference will draw 250
delegates from the Big Ten uni-
versities and other midwestern col-
leges to exchange ideas on campus
Young Republican clubs, to drmww
up a Young Republican platform
and to discuss a permanent Big;
Ten Young Republican organiza-'
HIGHLIGHTING the conference
will be an address by Harold E.
Stassen, president. of the Univer-
sity of Pennsylvania, on "Young
Sparks for the Grand Old Party."
Stassen will speak at 8 p.m.
Friday in Hill Auditorium. The
talk is open to the public and
no admission will be charged,
according to John Donaldson,
John Tope, chairman of the
Young Republican National Fed-
eration, will keynote the opening
session of the Conference.
Saturday's speakers include Rep.
Gerald R. Ford (R-Mich.) who
wi talk on "Young Republicanism
in Congress" and Rep. Thruston
B. Morton (R-Ky.) who will ad-
dress the closing banquet 6:30
pam. in the League.
Tickets for the banquet may be
purchased from Howard Johnson,
108 Tyler, Donaldson said.
Case Club To Hold
Case Club junior-class semi-
finals will be held at 7:30 p.m. to-
day and tomorrow in the Practice
Court Room, Hutchins Hall.
The hypothetical case will con-
cern whether it is legal, under the
Constitution, for the Senate to
delegate sovereign power to a
world organization, according to
Gordon Boozer, presiding judge of
Serving as faculty judges will
be Profs. Paul G. Kauper, William
W. Bishop, Jr., and Samuel D. Es-
tep, all of the Law School.
Prof. George Boas, chairman of
the phisphy. d0 Atment of
Johns Hopkins University, will
speak on the subject "Flight from
Time" at 4:15 p.m. today in Rack-
SEE SHIFTING SEX ROLES:
Faculty Men 'Pour' as Wives Watch
"DEAN KENISTON POURED"-The literary college head in-
tantly fills a cup of tea for his wife. After finishing his serving
stint, Dean. Keniston had only a cautious "No comment" on his
role, but Mrs. Keniston loyally termed his performance "a very
Religious Coordinator Urges
By DAVIS CRIPPEN
The end of sex discrimination
is now one step nearer, following
a revolutionary experiment con-
ducted yesterday in the Plushfac-
ulty lounge at the Union.
The experiment consisted of
eight stalwart men movingin on
the female province of tea 'pour-
OCCASION FOR the turnabout
was a reciprocal tea given;hy the
University Club in honor of the
members of the Faculty Women's
Club. Twice earlier this year the
women had given similar affairs
for the male group of ,faculty
members and townspeople.
For this return affair, 'Prof.
William Palmer of the econom-
ics department and chairman of
the U. Club's entertainment
committfIe, decided it was only
right to make it an all male af-
fair - even to the pouring.
Dean Hayward Keniston of the
literary college, Profs. Walter Rei-
chart of the German department
and William Willcox of the history
department and Col. Karl Henion,
chairman of the department of
military science and tactics, dis-
pensed the tea.
The quartet turning the tap on
the coffee service were Profs. Wil-
liam Hagerty of the engineering
college, Gilbert Ross of the music
school, John Waite of the law
school and Prof. Emeritus of
Greek, Carlton Bonner.
* * *
JUDGING FROM THE com-
ments, everyone agreed that every-
thing came out smoothly. "This is
duck soup, compared to the do-
mestic work we husbands do
around the house every day," Prof.
Ross declared as he filled a cup.
Mrs. A. E. White was equally
enthusiastic: "It's wonderful,"
she esaid. "I lo a to see the men
work this way."
But though the affair may be-
come an annual one, no one ques-
tioned thought that men would
ultimately replace womenas tea
pourers. Most shared the opinion
of Faculty Women's Club Presi-
dent Mrs. Wells Bennett, when she
said a bit sadly, "I'm afraid the
husbands will lapse back into their
~former inactivity." . :
AIM Offers Sport
Nationally advertised s p 6 r t s
equipment - at more than 20
per cent off.
That's the bargain Association
of Independent Men is currently
offering to any University student
or student group, AIM member
Mel Cohen has announced.
Anyone interested may' secure
further information between 4 and
5 p.m., Monday through Thursday
at Rm. 3C of the Union, Cohen
HOURS: 1 to 5 P.M.
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LARGE SELECTION of classical phono-
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"Church and state may be part-
ners without destroying the prin-
ciple of separation," declared Dr.
Henry E. Allen, religious coordi-
nator at the University of Minne-
sota in an interview yesterday.
"For this reason, state univer-
sities should not be hostile to re-
ligion," said Dr. Allen.
WITH DR. MILTON McLean of
Ohio State University, he visited
the campus as part of a nation-
wide tour of .state universities to
view religious activities.
Both men believe that it is
essential for the student of to-
day to have a knowledge-of oth-
er religions beside his own.
"After graduation a student
usually lives in. ,a communtity
composed of many different reli-
gions, and he should be able to
understand them if he wants to
promote better living," Dr. Allen
"This is the principle of reli-
gious pluralisms toward which
America is working," he declared.
This principle must be the goal
of universities along with .educa-
tion and morality, according to
As faculty members at Minne-
sota and Ohio State, both men
work to supplement students'
counseling and academic studies
with religious activities.
Talk ont Atom'
Implications of atomic energy
in peace and war will be discussed
by Dean Ralph A. Sawyer of the
graduate school at the speech as-
sembly at 4 p.m. today in Rack-
ham Lecture Hall.
"Operation Crossroads," color-
ed' motion pictures of the atomic
bomb' test at Bikini, will be shown"
as part of his talk.
Dean Sawyer was the technical
director of Joint Task Force One,
which was engaged in carrying out
the "Crossroads" atomic bomb
tests at Bikini Atoll in 1946.
The assembly will be open to
To Run City
High school students will have
their day when about 35 teenagers
take over the Ann Arbor city gov-
The students will have a hand
in city and school positions from
8 a.m. on to propose legislation
and make suggestions. They will
push for action on the city's 16
year old curfew, better parking
facilities near the schools and
more playground and athletic fa-
Positions to be filled by high
schoolers include those of the ma-
yor, council president, aldermen,
police and fire chiefs, school prin-
cipals and city clerk.
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