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THECHIGA S DALY

South Quad Rooms To Have 'Esquire L

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-Daily-Waily Barth
WHAT? BUSY AGAIN?-A student tries out the phone in the
model room. Since the phone wasn't connected, the erstwhile
caller didn't even have the usual satisfaction of hearing the
operator say, "Sorry, but her line is busy." On the caller's left is
the more popular of the two wardrobes installed by University
officials to test the reaction of the public.
STUDENT OPINION:
Psych Class TO Survey
Health, C ousel Services

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A survey which will enable stu-
dents on campus to voice their
opinions of the Health and Coun-
seling Services is underway, it was
announced yesterday by Robert
L. Kahn of the Survey Research
Center.
Conducted by the Psychology
185 class, the survey will attempt
to determine what student atti-
tudes are about the Health Ser-
Stason Detects
Gain of Power
By Agencies
The current trend in Congress
to delegate broad discretionary
powers to administration is very
noticeable, Dean E. Blythe Stason
of the law school said yesterday.
He made the statement in the
third series of the current Cooley
Lectures. Stason's subject for yes-
terday was "Uncontrolled Areas
of Administrative Discretion."
HE CITED the recent Atomic
Energy Act of 1946 as the most
important example of this dele-
gation of powers. Congress took
this action during a time of emer-
gency, but is certainly should be
modified when atomic power is
used solely for peace-time pur-
poses in a peaceful world.
This is only one of several
cases in which the discretion-
ary power of an agency has been
beyond the reach of the court.
In the Supreme Court decision
on "National Labor Relations
Board vs. Hearst Syndicate" the
agency was given the right to
define the terms of the act from
which it gained its power, Sta-
son asserted.
"This questionable action is
another example of relying on ad-
ministrative discretion. There is
no reason, in my opinion, why the
courts should not be better quali-
fied that the administration to
make these decisions," he said.
An examination of these areas
of administrative discretionary
power seem to indicate at least one
important point. "It seems desir-
able that we search for devices
that we do not now utilize for pro-
tection against unwise use of such
power," Stason emphasized.

vice facilities available to them.
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RESULTS of the study are also
expected to indicate student
opinions of the University Coun-
seling Service in general, and spe-
cifically what changes and im-
provements students feel are ne-
cessary.
The study, conducted along
the same lines as those of the
Survey Research Center, is
highly scientific and the results
should have considerable validi-
ty, Kahn said.
A sample of five hundred stu-
dents has been selected at ran-
dom from information cards on
file in the Registrar's Office.
Every student on campus had the
same mathematical chance of be-
ing chosen as a contributor to
the study.
Students to be interviewed are
contacted by phone or postal card
and informed of the study and its
purpose. Kahn requested that they
consent to an interview to be con-
ducted at the Survey Research
Center at their convenience.
Hawaii Panel:
Set forToday
An open panel discussion on
statehood for Hawaii will be held
at 7:45 p.m. today in the First
Methodist Church Lounge as a
part of World Cooperation Week.
Presented by the Hawaiian stu-
dents, the panel will be com-
posed of Robert Fukuda, Bill
Amona and George Ariyoshi, who
will discuss the history, implica-
tions and qualifications involved
in the Hawaiian statehood prob-
lem.
Tom Walsh, 51L will present the
views of an American student on
the subject. Henry Wong will act
as moderator and pre'side at the
question period following the for-
mal discussion.
Teams To Debate
University and Purdue Univer-
sity debate teams will meet at
7:30 p.m. today in Rm. 1025 An-
gell Hall to discuss the Brannan
Plan of farm subsidies.
Sherwin Wine, '50, and Francis
Benesh, '50, debating for the Uni-
versity, will take the affirmative.

Model Room
Puts Stress
On Comfort
By DAVIS CRIPPEN
The construction shack on the
triangular block west of the South
Quad site may not look like a
University dorm, but that, after a
fashion, is what it is.
A model South Quad room has
been set up inside the building,
complete down to one of the tele-
phone extensions which will go in
every room of the new dorm.
PURPOSE of the project -
something new at Michigan - is
to iron out kinks in the room's
planning before the equipment for
it and its 540 quad twins goes in-
to mass production, according to
Lynn Fry, supervising architect of
Plant Service.
Among the features of the
room are: a sheet of cork on the
wall in front of the desk where
the men will be able to hang
their pictures, from Petty Girl
to physics diagram; desk chairs
covered by the same denim ma-
terial used in jeans; and two pi-
voting lamps attached to the
walls, one of which will allow
a scholar to read either in the
room's easy chair or in his
bed.
Since the room's furnishing was
completed three weeks ago, in-
terested groups, all the way from
the Board of Regents to represent-
ative students from the West and
East Quads, have given the mock-
up their onceovers.
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THOUGH THE consensus was
favorable, everyone seemed to have
minor suggestions for improve-
ment, with the students tossing in
a good share of them.
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WHILE MOST HAD a purely
practical basis for liking the
room Ray Litt, '52E, backed it for
another reason. "This is a great
step," he declared, "toward mak-
ing dorm rooms look more like
the ones in Esquire."
Vote Today
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Be in stle
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SUTLIFF TOBACCO CO., 45 Fremont, S.F..Calif.

-Daily-Wally Barth
MODEL OF A MODEL-An aerial view the South Quad double
room in miniature, taken on the floor of the mockup. The design,
features a built-in unit and beds which pivot, but can not be
moved out of place.

e PAY LESS AT MARSHALL'S * PAY LESS AT MARSHALL'S *

Accept Mail
Orders For
Play Tickets
Mail orders for season tickets
for the Ann Arbor Drama Season
are now being. accepted.
The Drama Series includes:
"The Tempest," starring Vera
Zorina and Arnold Moss and play-
ing May 15 through May 20.
"Born Yesterday" with John Al-
exander and Joan Morgan in the
leads, opening May 22.
"The Winslow Boy" starring
Basil Rathbone and playing May
30 through June 3.
"The Barrier" with Muriel
Rahn singing the lead, opening
June 5, playing through June 10.
"Getting Married" by Shaw and
starring Sir Cedric Hardwicke, will
play June 12 through June 17.
Checks for season tickets should
be made out to the Ann Arbor
Drama Season and sent to the
Lydia Mendelssohn T h e a t r e,
Photography Club
To Sponsor Salon
The West Quad Camera Club
will sponsor an annual all campus
photography salon, the first of
which is to be held on May 20.
The salon is open to all amateur
photographers who are students at
the University. The winners will
have their prints displayed in a
leading Detroit camera store and
receive prizes of merchandise.
Entry blanks may be obtained
at the Quad desk or at the Union.
And all entries must be submitted
at the Quad desk by May 18.

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