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PAGE TWO

THE MICHIGAN DAILY

THURSDAY, OCTOBER 27, 1949

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SAC Okays
110 Student
Activities
With 110 student organizations
already approved by the Office of
Student Affairs earlier this week,
University officials estimate that
by the end of the year the final
number of recognized organiza-
tions will equal last year's record
of more than 150.
They pointed out that a few or-
ganizations, inactive this semester,
will probably be approved next se-
mester. In addition, they predicted
that several new groups will be or-
ganized for the first time this year.
LAST YEAR 36 new groups were
approved by the OSA. Of these, 11
were professional clubs, six politi-
cal, five service, four sectional
and four honorary.
To secure official recognition,
organizations must submit cop-
ies of their constitutions to the
Student Affairs Committee and
have eligibility lists of all offi-
cers and standing committee
chairmen filed with the OSA.
This year's list of approved
groups is again dominated by 38
clubs and undergraduate societies.
Running a distant second are the
16 representative groups, such as
the Student Legislature, Associa-
tion of Independent Men and In-
ter-fraternity Council.

LITTLE 'RED' SCHOOLHOUSE:
Magruder Says Houston
Book Ban'Unfortunate'

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HOUSTON, Tex.-(/P)-Author
Frank Magruder said yesterday
the Houston school board's action
banning his "American Govern-
ment" civics textbook is an "un-
fortunate and unique experience to
me."
The school board banned the
book from further use in Hous-
ton's six senior high schools after
finding an objectionable para-
graph in the 1947 revised edition.
* * *
THE PARAGRAPH on capital-
ism described public free educe-
tion as an example of Commu-
nism.
In a telephone interview with
the Houston Chronicle from his
Corvallis, Ore., home yesterday,
Magruder said the paragraph
was intended merely as a philo-
sophic definition of Communism
and Socialism."
"I am not interested in Com-
munism, know no Communists
and have never voted for Social-
ism or Communism," he said. "All
of my books are opposed to revo-
lution. I even think our own rev-
olution never accomplished very
much."
* * *
"NONE OF THE editions of my
book have been banned before. The

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edition does not contain the para-
graph the Houston board objected
to because my publisher and I de-
cided it might be misleading if
taken out of context."
. Only one member of the board
voted against the ban. Mrs.
Olon Rogers said she thought
the board should not take action
before at least reading the en-
tire chapter in which the para-
graph was found.
She admitted yesterday she had
not had time to read the text.
Texas School
Board Action
'W T
Said Unwise
The citing of "socialistiti and
even communistic trends" in
American life by a civics text,
which resulted in its banning from
Houston high schools, was brand-
ed as "unwise" yesterday by Dean
James B. Edmonson of the school
of education.
The book might better have
said that the "services of the
state" are being enlarged and ex-
tended, Dean Edmonson con-
tinued.
* * *
PROF. O. W. Stevenson, of the
School of Education, declared that
there was some truth in the text's
statements. "Such ideas as the
more equal distribution of wealth
and federal aid to education
demonstrate this truth," he said
"But just because a writer
says this, does not make him a
communist or a socialist," he
added.
It seemed "absurd" to Steven-
son that "a thinking board of
education would ban a book for
telling the truth."
THE TEXT, written by a re-
tired Oregon State history pro-
fessor, Dr. FrankhMagruder, is
well known and has enjoyed a
good reputation, according to
Dean Edmonson.
He said that the book is not
used in the classrooms at Univer-
.sity high school.
Bus Ad Graduates
Win Scholarships
Three graduate students in the
School of Business Administration
have been awarded scholarships,
Prof. Russell A, Stevenson, Dean
of the School, announced yester-
day.
John Blankenship and Robert T.
Richardson will receive $100 each
for the fall semester, while Eliza-
beth Swift will receive a scholar-
ship covering the semester fee.
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Saturday in Lane Hall. available on LIFE and TIME. Through
Topics for discussion include Student Periodical Agency, Don An-
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SERVING as resource men for nois game. Call Bob Lewis, 2-9318
the discussions will be Prof. Russel after 6:00 p.m. )33
H. Fifield, of the political science-
department, Kenneth Boulding of
the economics department, Clar- Le's hav aLISTEN-
ence Cunningham of Boys Voca- Letshave a -
tional School in Lansing and Prof. ING PARTY at the
Harold Guetzkow of the psychol- Pretzel Bell during the
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The discussion meetings will Mich.-IlI. game.
be followed by a group meeting,
which will hear Prof. Leroy Fer-
guson of the MSC political sci- TIME - 2:30
ence department speak on "How
Can the College Student Affect It's fun to bring your own
Our Foreign Policy?" portable for your table.
A dinner panel discussion will
be given at the Baptist Church by -
students who have participated in
the summer projects abroad. No. Main - Op. Court House
SATURDAY'S PROGRAMI will
conclude with a square danc at
8:30 p.m. in Lane Hall. ACTION!
A breakfast discussion meeting - WILLIAM
will be held from 9:15 to 1:30 ELLIOTT in
p.m. Sunday at Lane Hall. Hunt-
ington will give a consideration
of the report of the American"
Friends Service Committee on
"Soviet American Relations."
The institute will end with a
Sunday morning worship meeting rwith Marie WINDSOR A REPUBLIC PICTURE
at Lane Hall.-
Registration for the institute
will take place from 9:30 to 11 Extra
a.m. Saturday. Participants will MICHIGAN vs.
also register for meals at this
time.dNo registration fee will be F l SOT
charged. Football Shots
Michigan Cribv
To Visit Courte
The Michigan Crib, pre-law stu-
dents society, will make a tour
through the Washtenaw County
Court House Saturday.
To acquaint themselves with
court functions, the group will
watch a case in action, observe
court procedures, and talk with a A
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Crib members will meet at ther
League at 8:30 a.m. and proceed
to the court house from there.E
Organized in the spring of 1948,
the Crib is designed "to further
the interests, ideals and aspira-
tions of future law students in
their chosen profession. Sunday - "MY
Dance Proceeds
Aid SL Projects OPENING
Student Legislature will be able
to go ahead with its plans and
projects, thanks to the 1100
couples who attended the SL
Homecoming dance.
Profits made by the dance will
go to finance SL-sponsored pro-
jects thro ghout the year.
Student Legislature members
who worked on the dance were:J
Dave Pease, general chairman;
Jody Johnson, patrons; Bud Hager
and Stu Hertzberg, tickets; Pris
Ball displays; Paul McCracken, A Hilarious Far
buildings and grounds; and Ginny
Bauer, publicity. Bill Zelle: of in. the Commedi
the Wolverine Club handled deco-
rations.
STUDENT SPE
NOW OPENTONIGHT
24 Hours a Day
The NEW1(ADMISSION .
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SLIGHTLY usedsolid-gold self-wind-
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$200. Will sell for only $120. Write E.
Timbers, 1265 Sudbury Court, Willow
Village. ______ __ )31
TINY COLORFUL FINCHES, $5.95 a
pair. Canaries, Parakeets, Cocketills,
Java Ricebirds. 562 S. 7th Street.
Ph. 5330. __ _____ _) 2B
FOR SALE--4 tickets for Illinois game.
Call 9882. )34
1946 JEEP-Excellent mechanical con-
dition. Priced to sell. McConnell.
Phone 2-2565. )35
EXCHANGE-2 main floor tickets Tues-
day Boston Symphony Concert for 2
similar for Sunday. Ph. 5519 )28
BEAUTIFUL iaew log cabin, modern,
located in Glenbrook subdivision,
Half Moon Lake, partly furnished.
Phone owner, 8320. )98
STOCK REDUCTION SALE
All wool blankets, $3.99; men's briefs,
39c; Navy "T" shirts, 3 for $1.35;
tanker jackets, $6.66; N.1 jackets,
$7.77; 60 per cent wool athletic hose,
39c; men's zipper galoshes, $3.33. Open
'til 6:30 p.m. Sam's Store, 122 Wash-
ington. )6
LOST AND FOUND
WHO IS IT? An exchange of top. coats
was made Sunday evening, Oct. 16 at
the Unitarian Church. know the coat
is too big for YOU and we both would
profit by a re-exchange. Please call
Stan at_7651. ________54L
MAN'S Grey Gabardine "Season Skip-
per." Size 37. Call Milburn, 2-2565.
)53L
LOST-Last week, antique gold earring,
aqua and garnet stones. Reward.
Brook Stevens. 2-2591. )52L
W,ri tbxy A _
LOST-Two Pairs Women's Glasses,
each in brown case, between Mich.
Theatre and Couzens Hall. One two
yeeks ago, one Monday-(hole in
pocket). Jeannine Farrington, Cous-
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WATCH CHAIN with Phi Delta Kappa
Fraternity key. Saturday noon near
Campus.yReward at 11 Tappan Hall.
)50L
LOST-Man's Tan Wallet on October 13.
Finder please call Ypsilanti, 510653.
Money may be kept. )48L
LOST-Brown leather jacket-So. Ferry
Field, Sat. Call Storey, 3-1951. )47L
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