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WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 11, 1950
771G IAL U LLETIN

AM americans. have been bitter toward
Upitesd satio~ns members who have not
re'the largely. American United Nations
m-M it Korea.
.Tbb teling. Is natural; but the lack of
m4ihutioiic is just as natural for the
p~gr UJN members.
,elaiu1P.. the Netherlands, the Philippines,
407, 4cua dor and Pakistan realize that
'a mist" be protected and that it is the
ro- fob to :do so, They also realize, how-
Or' tt*t the United States, Great Britain
th 1 0oviet nion are the. only nations
'the orlzatiori strong enough to spare
!~ for use. in other parts of the world.
CreW Britain is: saving most of her
g#th for posible. warfare in Western
v~e and for the defense of her own coo-
w, bu the U.S. could and did offer many
_s We are fighting the UN's war be-1
up ;Iv, were the only nation 'able to meet
p gt+par quicklY and strongly.
Thp° position of the "uncooperative"
torjals . ushed in The Michigan Daily
r wrilku ~by members of The Daily staff
d reprtsen't. the views of the writers only.
2I~ T " ~ DITOR: BOB KEITH

countries is smlrto Y~
compassionateperef
recently given by . . aVenT
he discussed 1his ?iTio. Kviuv n
he cannot affor"d t po.k
this reason "he rei e;t ec
UN members to sion.r" wI
Those few worde,. "cannota ';
yoke Russia"epestev n
the decisions ofInkT: .I
Norway, and other weak ls ic
countries have weak are. 1u
Marshall Plan aid arf sl lyL
than their less fortunaer iife~
ertheless all these natosh-.p :
ped and poorly trainedarn'

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The majority osNic br
ing a biggers pan assL
they voted to a :o t:i - ja
forces to fight a:usazstlie
But they chose tolavthi l
a little less protected sotatthuP
clearly show its desire to of the wor dtwthtore V
took a step which seems smal r
to the one we have been oedttk
it made them importantaisin(l
against Russian imnperial. z

ThusOct. 12,1
4111 ng ,il Hall.
ear: First met-
-~:ToI :3 uer
it'L (M-t)d,; in
'~ 'y Smoland
sa metin one
arc. ~l , at.14 in
tini u~ee{2021
en ci "bserva-
u eofRecord-
i.o ov'e byStu-
7:15 .. Schola
GI :Tea and
~ s o, :305:3?0 p.m.
e oe)m, Lane
)'.Tpic : Romans,
'Y:Do D'op In
4Pnm...'Wesley

Pre-Med Society: Open meet-
ing, 7:30 p.m., 140,0 Chem. Bldg.
Speakers: Dr. Withaker and Wea-
therhill.
Scciedad Hispanica:> First meet-
ing of the year. Reports by stu-
dents who received Sociedad's
scholarships to University of Mex-
ico summer school, with movies
aend colored slides. Outline of ac-
tivities' program for year. 8 p.m.,
Hussey Room, League.
Coming Events
U. of M. Sailing Club : Business
meeting for old and new members,
7:30 pam., Thurs., Oct. 12, 311 W.
Engineering Bldg.
Polonia Club: Meeting, Thurs.,
Oct. 12, 7:30 p.m., International
Center. Students of Polish descent
and those interested in Polish
Culture invited.
Kappa Al~pha Psi: Smoker, Fri.,
Oct. 13, Room 3R, Union, 7:30
p.m. Football movies, 8 p.m.
International Center. Weekly
Tea for foreign students and
American friends, 4:30-6 p.m.
1'Thurs., Oct. 12.

Toscanini A ft ix'',,,

ILW ,It days have passed since the MNc-
'gym I 'it-Communist bill became a
of the land, but the American people
jready been given a striking example
k61' thi. bill infringes dangerously on
rii civil -liberties.
*4 amayu age, the Italian conductor,
wo Twaea, was facing the prospect
4oot 'ent 'to Ellis Island as an alien
,s *Ss boat docked ,in New York's har-
zO RMiwOfl why the Immigration and
1li~aion partment took this action
eor ofWf provision in the Internal
urt (XcC*rran) Act that bars, admis-
i*t, this country of anyone who has
1 at *l7 time a member of or "affiliated"
the Nazi or Facist party.
ktdrtu~rstely, Toscanini falls under the
4$ti *xxof this blanket law. Still an
on vctisen ,though he has resided in
vo mtry .3 the most of 25 years, he
K$ 4 Vm4olini for 'ashort time before

the dictator came to power i 0 .'
fore, according to the lavw, hI
Department is legally jutife
to intern the famous condcto.
.The law requires neitherth 1
tion Department or the coutto .
of the fact that TIoscan ii wsc 2
Italy for refusing to play theFai
after he bitterly opposed the Ms
gime; that Toscanini refused to oW&
the Nazis in the thirties; thathedc
the Facist movement in Italy,,afterm ithe2;tht hii:
try in 1925 as a political refu a;ae
since then he has constantlyusd r: ii
cal genius to advance the eceat
in Europe as well as in the Uie
The narrow and stictinerre il
the law that the Imigainlh 'a
was forced to take,anthtdni;t
conductor re-admission int otiscr
is an insult and a severeInutc te
this 3-year-old musician. Th7f' tf
suich a thing can happen iB oly a ._
pke of how this law can, and ill bz
used.

Alpha Phi Omega: Regular
- - ---meeting, Thurs., Oct. 12, 7 p.m.,
'ci Metng, 4:15j Unicn. Members will receive in-
if: I.formation concerning the Smoker.
ci Ieateni>y AllI Journalism Department 'Picnic:
xc ' cevtet teve Fri., Oct. 13, 5:15 p.m. Everyone
nL. no' Ar- invited.
Va,'f OB--GAL. 3 sue M3
t~li~smas met- Graduate Student Council:
I'V-, P letoM.Meeting, Thurs., Oct. 12, West
ci, i wille thiit Lecture Room, Rackham, 7:30 p.
I girls ,int !Ued im.
Beaeon Association : Meeting,
_ ~ League, Thurs., Oct. 12, 7:45 pim,
'$t paer Pof . 1.Willcox;
, ..C Rifle Subject: "'The Present Anglo-
a:hnce for. American Entente." Common-
0 at. Io p _:Ioue x- wealth and British Students and
'a' ccl.other interested persons invited.
<4crP~A of Art Print Library. There are still

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LAS TIME we heard Lauritz Mel-
,,06rwos in. 1938; since then the old
~nr has received many nicks in. his
atesta lned many a grievous wound.
v~aice hast coarsened and deepened, and
t0~e, range, and flexibility. For real
VVsbnsip he has, substituted a set of
vaudeville" tricks-changing from
I44an. to' English in the middle of a
amt ormakting liberal use of the heartful
slb. His program was planned on
*a cross between a rummage sale
ands wolealedress house.
*M fist group was a set of Scandanavian
l , af sowing the influence of Brahms
a 10Uac Strauss, and all dull. The
PQ% of tteet was. that these four songs
wr~ectively, in Norwegian, Finnish,
dsand Danish; and were obviously
as vehicles for Mr. Melchior's linguis-
;6!osity rather than for any intrinsic
w Mw hintU of his old prowess could be'
x~& tho Wagner group: Lohengrin's
Nv. and Winterstuerme from Die Wal-
we" asmply and eloquently sung; less
#t ecsyrwere the Pride Song from Meis-
and The Steersman's Song from
:. 1Dudtchmaantoo much schmalz
e, oweerit is impossible to sing
gip'e44war horses straight.
Xr 7elohior's style is hardly suited to
1 Nutetiea of Lieder singing, and Sehu-
r lchamanun group had neither warmth
"tlht sense of intimaey expected of the
lam/ I' we I inger. In Schubert's Doppel-
the; diction was poor: Mr. Mel-
shieaar.5ananavian ah's for Gelman
t 6% n der Atlas the mausical line was
litiet' li- MIelchior sustaining the
# 'b.yond their proper values.
weer U),r. Melchior's selections, Mr.
e Ropth.,Performed on the piano, among
Ohr things, Lizt's transcription of the
I~tod from' Tristan und Isolde, and his
Vryamornt of Ravel's Bolero. The ex-
"FinceofU bearing the Bolero played on
pt-is not unlike being trepanned without
-Harvey Gross
I*Ur of the harm that is done in this
~' - Q4e to people .who want to feel impor-
)'7zy on't mean to do harm - but the
AMdoes not Interest them.
Or heyr do not see it, 'or they justify it
7lp Ue they are absorbed in the endless
Tothink wellof ;themselves.

It is true that the facts dealig ih o
canini will furnish extenuatine icua n
and sufficient public pressre whiPauv
be exerted to allow him toenr ciax
try. But many other lesser-knwn ait:a
publicized people now ire thiscuty
trying to enter it, face por i-ecir
or internment because of thesrcIn
tation that can be used against them i
defenseless condition.
If the nation's congressmen hawi ,_
been more honest about rotcile
of speech and thought in thscuty"
should have followed the xmpeci1
tain, where Parliament rcen;y r1 ''_
pass a similar proposed anti-sbeao
ket law, choosing to deal wt ahm
dual case as the problem cm p
Instead, most of our congesenc-
have the guts to return to terhm aa
tory for reelection and report tothira1
ors that they would not yield o r ep,
hysteria that demanded the M~ai
As a result of their. _t ;, .ei
country need only vwit 2 oe .'aI
see the beginning of thel ny(i-
can be committed unr teThena a
curity Act. On October 2,tex'
thirty cdays after the passagebill foreth
are up, and all suspctedand --nns'
versives must have Ten. egser_.I
that day, the Justice Depr, en
gin its roundup andlga roe°
against those people in politi alcshadecyubjec
gation.
The Toscanini case is onlyce mI.'a
ing that the.United States isabutt .'
one of the blackest pages inteck
American civil liberties.Wecx l
that when Congress re Convne nIet,
ber 27, public opinion wil,-1a' s
ficient pressure so as to b;tgxc
form of this bill that svr'
our traditional rights,
MarineCrsV
RDEP. GORDON IL.Mcoo'h
has offered for sale totl'i'
the letter he received( as
Truman that stirred ut: et.
regard to the Marine Cor. Ic
table act, designed tokepaxac
that has been settledasmc s
settled and that should gv x~
important business.
Rep. McDonoughprn 4
give the proceedsfrm 'e A II
Marine Corps Leagesoh-a
cused of profiteerin' pronI^a
money goes. But, Ikal tITe
tives he is up for reeee..i ;
ing attention to* his br Tief k r
attention, he can be u _ e

i

cxl. ~n:-t iwill be heldI
'a n Fll'con,7 p.m.
n Soetc ofMechani-
a" as Anul moker,
p~Y1. coi 3-CUnion. Mr.
T; n ° 'ic-pesident Re-
1~, , il pekon "Your
7 Al enineeingstudents
xho Caib: usiness and
I~~~ 1c a :? p.m., League.
?. t 'm pprPeninsula
, .~ isor CUb) will meet
in,, 3 Angll (Hall. If inter-
* I i .minnglease attend.
-''<t Ws Quad Radio
- ln, 7 p.m., in the
°t loor, Williams
i~.Eletio of officers.
P 'i eolv Club: Meeting,
I pn,.Rachai Bldg., West
""ne Rom. This summer's
'a>" afei feld work is to be
1 'id ay he participants in
"icaXi:8 p.m., Rackharn
e.e Dr. James Moffett
ci n "The Great Lakes
ioFisheries." Public in-
''UU AtsChorale: Regular
'ci 1 7 pn., Lane Hall. All
t be ) neeled to be present.
ci c- an arcoach because he
a riara thsoynar. Mr. Chris-
-~-'i hile :Frnk Leahy as a
ge' materthe other day,
3~~i s c;t e that Frank's
a aeel a icknglast Saturday
ci.icc-, hi (i"dcate that Leahy
asi, to Ralph Chris-
'amis o tke heloss like a
oatterethe matter, and
a.~~~ -'' .xt onie and the
'a' ei ~e rstof the season.
a ata god team and a
e ' ". ;ndunlssI miss my
'a '1"_be Champions of The
~ae a in his ear!
w.ugn Mossner '52
7' "[MN aountof care or
'n o~ t'O~lrO s ncessary for
ux-ixat lltims.A ship
'<' I let i ustaleand will
-A th'rSehopenhauer.
;, . A'7R.to know too
V~~~~ na >c o uch. People
'I' en he one though they
cit ~in caled upon to
mciax-eiestofollow the
-_amul Butler.

some prints available for rental in
510 Administration Building. We
will be open on Thurs., Oct. '12, 2
to 5 p.m. Those who have- already
rented one, may take; another
print at this time.
Rostelers: Meeting, 7:30 p.m.
Thurs., Oct. 12, League. Slides of
AYH group in New Hampshire
and Maine last summer.
Young Democrats: Meeting,
Thurs., Oct. 12, 7:30 p.m., Union.
Election of Vice president and
campaign strategy plans will be
made.
University Marketing Club pre-
sents Mr. Henry L. Schmutz, Di-
rector of Sales Education, Kelvi-
nator Division, Nash-Kelvinator
Corp., who will speak on "The
Training of Salesmen," Thurs.,
Oct. 12, 7:30 p.m., 130 Business
Administration. Open to the pub-
lic.

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I'd rush in myself, but ! have
an urgent business meeting, to
do with Fairy God fathers Day.
Can't keep these big press

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