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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

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APPROPRIATIONS:

1950 MICHIGRAS:

State

To Discuss

'U' RequestSoon

Thousands Join

in

Gala Spectacle

By DAVE THOMAS
With the State Legislature ad-
journment tentatively set for the
middle of May, action on the Uni-
versity's record-breaking $19,915,-
000 appropriations request should
be coming up in the near future.
University officials have already
made several appearances before
the House Ways and Means Com-
mittee in Lansing to argue for the
$13,870,000 operations portion of
the request.
** *
AFTER THE FATE of the op-
erations request has been decided
there will still be the question of
Top National
Honor Group
Initiates 104
Phi Beta Kappa, National scho-
lastic society, initiated 104 Uni-
versity students and alumni at a
banquet last night at the League.
The following were initiated:
* * *
J u n i o r s: Malcolm Boesky,
George Boucher, William Cling-
man, Florence Freedman, Joel
Hamburger, John Hanson, David
Locke, Joan Meyers, James Os-
born, and Eleanor Scott.
Seniors: Merton Aidinoff, Nor-
man Amer, Marilyn Bates, Anne
Beck, John Bergmann, Howard
Bolton, Mary Beverly Bradford,
Paul Brentlinger, James Conrad,
Steven Cornell, Mildred Dickeman,
Jean Faint, Robert Farnsworth,
William Fellner, Donald Flitman,
Evelyn Francis, Milton Franks,
Francis Fukunaga Paul Gabori-
ault, Stanley Gangwere, John
Gehring, Anne Goodyear, Ann
Hammond, Gloria Hile, Frank
Hull, Herbert Izzo, Harold Jacob-
son, Harry Jordan.
Shirley Kallman, Nicholas Ka-
zarinoff, Nina Kessler, Alethea
1Kuebler, Virginia Leader, Sheldon
Lippert, Barbara Malitz, Mary
Manley, Renee Melnikoff, Necia
Musser, Maureen Patterson, Mar-
garet Prine, Alfred Raphelson, Ro-
bert Rasmussen, Arnold Rathje,
Ellon Schmidt, Morton Simons,
Junetta Skye, Myrna Sly, Howard
Smith, Leslie Smith John Stewart,
Carla Wilkstrom, Irving Wolfson.
* * *
February, 1950 graduates.
James Attwood, Dorothy Foster,
Elizabeth Fraser, Ronald Getoor,
William Hauke, Alice Kiefer, Dor-
is Kingsbury, Monica McPherson,
John Modrick. ,
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August, 1949 graduates:
-. Elliott ELsman, Joseph Gricar,
Wener Halpern, Patricia James.
June, 1949 graduates:
Amy Adams, Chapin Barnard,
Shelby Baylis, Douglas Brown,
John Foote, Milton Gold, Maurice
Green, James Jans, Monte Ma-
lack, George Meyer, William
O'Neill, Richard Schneider, Jack
Westman, William Wiegand.
* * *
School of Education:
Shurly Ash, Beverly Hawes, Wil-
liam Reid.

how much of the University's re-
quested $6,045,000 capital im-
provements program will be ap-
proved by the economy-minded
law makers.
Included in the University's
capital outlay request is $2,800,-
000 for a Medical School out-
patient clinic and $2,700,000 for
an addition to the General Li-
brary.
Budgetary problems have occu-
pied the Legislature almost ex-
clusively since the opening of the
special off-year session March 15.
* *
AFTER THE OPENING session
the Republican-dominated Legis-
lature hastened to reject Gov. Wil-
liams' unbalanced budget and
proposed corporation tax and set
about writing a budget of their
own which would keep within ex-
pected state revenue for 1950-51.
They are still at it, but if the
tentative adjournment date is to
be met, appropriations bills will
have to start rolling out of com-
mittee fairly soon.
Reveal Two
Of Leinin's
Statements
By BOB VAUGHN
Belief that Communism and
Capitalism can peacefully co-exist
was expressed recently in the Ma-
gazine Bolshevik which released
two statements by Vladimir Lenin
never before published in Russia.
Originally published abroad in
1920, but not in Russia, the state-
ments were in answer to queries
advanced by two correspondents,
one representing a British paper
and the other what was then the
New York Evening Journal.
* * *
QUESTIONED ABOUT a basis
for peace by the American news-
paper man, Lenin, founder of the
Communist party replied, accord-
ing to the magazine:
"Let the American Capitalists
not touch us. We will not touch
them. We are prepared even to
pay in gold for machines, equip-
ment, etc., useful in transport
and production, and not only
gold, but also raw material."
In reply to the Briton's question
about deportation of revolution-
aries from the United States at
that time, Bolshevik quoted Lenin
as saying Russia had received
these persons and did not fear
them.
* *' *
"IF AMERICA fears still more
hundreds of thousands of its citi-
zens, we are prepared to begin
talks on our receiving all - every
citizen fearsome to America."
Lenin's willingness to enter
business relations with the Uni-
ted States and his desire for
peace were expressed in the
statements, according to Bol-
shevik.
Frequent resurrection of state-
ments of Lenin and old statements
of Stalin has been made in the
past by Moscow when it served a
particular purpose. But this ex-
pression of willingness to do busi-
ness with the United States is an
unusual theme for these times.
Prof. Dock To Give
Medical Address
William Dock, professor at the
Long Island College of Medicine,
will speak on "Clinical Ballisto-
graphy," Monday, April 24, at 8

p.m. in Kellogg Auditorium.
The talk will be under the aus-
pices of Phi Delta Epsilon medical
fraternity.
Television
A survey measuring the influ-
ence that TV has on family groups
has announced that people who
own television sets see fewer films,
read less and listen to the radio
less than before they purchased
the sets.
This study was published of
Charles Alldridge Feb. 7 in Wash-
ington and was sponsored by film,
radio, and newspaper interests.
This survey also showed that TV
families spend more of their free
time at home.
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School of Music:
Ralph Hamilton,
Boice, Nathen Jones.

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Graduate School:
Winton Beaven, Robert Belcher,
Robert Chapman, Robert Einzig,
Donald Lewis, Daniel Mulvihill,
Edward Norbeck, Herbert Scher-
ing, Robert Short.
IAU Chooses
New Officers
Bill Trousdale, '52, was elected
President of the Inter-Arts Union
at the annual membership meet-
ing yesterday.
Other officers, elected for a
year's term, or Vice-President,
Don Waldrin, '51; recording secre-
tary, Marion Stelling, '51; corres-
ponding secretary, Charlottee Vo-
elker, '51, and treasurer, Don Har-
ris.
Additional council members,
elected to represent the various
arts, are Chuck Olsen, '50, and
Marvin Carpenter, from ZEnglish;
Audrey Ridell, '50, Mickey Saeger,
'52, and Joyce Edgar, '50 SM, re-
presenting drama.
Art executive council members
are Portia Priette, '51 A&D, and
Ron Stachowiak, '52. Bernice
Weinberger, '51, and Jack Led-
botter were elected representa-
tives for dance and Bob Cogen,
'5ySM, and George Wilson, '51
SM from Music.

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