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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

THURSDAY, NOVEMBER' 2, 1950

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CONDEMN LIMITATIONS:
McCarran Act Attacked
By Six U' Professirs

MICHIGAN DAILY CLASSIFIEDS

Six members of the political sci-
ence department have voiced gen-
eral, disapproval of the McCarran
Act (H.R. 9490).
They are: Prof. Marshall Knap-
pan, Prof. Joseph E. Kallenbach,
Prof. Samuel J. Eldersveld,kand
instructors, George A. Peek, N.
Marbury Efimenco, and Roger S.
Abbott.
* * *
THE ACT as a whole, Prof.
Kknappan said, is basically wrong
in principle. Only .05 of the voting
public is communist at the present
time,. he estimated.
"Such rigid restrictions on a.
minority now are thus unwise.
Until and if the communists ex-
pand, I don't believe them to be
such a menace as to justify the
act," he added.
The main object of criticism of
the recently-adopted act was sec-
tions 22 and 25, which would make
changes in America's laws gov-
erning the admission of aliens to
the United States and their na-
turalization as citizens.
* * *
IT ISN'T wise to change our
inmigration policy when restric-
tions are already provided for, ac-1
cording to Efimenco.
"It seems to me that our policy
should have been to liberalize im-]

migration procedures. McCarran
is certainly meddling with the Im-
migfration Act."
FIVE OF THE political scien-
tists proclaimed a unanimous
"No!" to the provision of the act
which provides for the registration
Af all Communist organizations
with the Attorney General.
This provision would be in-
efficacious, 'said Abbott, because
the Communists will refuse to
register anyway. Moreover, it is
difficult to define just what is
a Communist organization.
Abbott, however, believes that
the entire stress of the Act is
wrong. He proposed that emphasis
should be placed on strengthening
counter-espionage and the Cen
-tral Intelligence Agency.
* * *
THE ACT is good, he asserted,
in so far as it informs the public
about Communist organizations
and propaganda. He thus sanc-
tioned Sec. 10, which says:
"It is unlawful for a Commun-
ist organization . . . to transmit
through U.S. mails any publica-
tion . . . unless such publications
bears, "Disseminated by,
a Communist organization." This
would also hold true with radio
broadcasts.

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p.m. Chelsea Methodist Church. Cash
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FIRE GUTS KOREAN UNIVERSITY--Soldiers guard salvaged
furnishings outside burning Kim Il Sung University buildings
in Pyongyang early this week. Fire of mysterious origin swept the
school, one of the North Korean capital's showplaces. The school
was named for the fugitive North Korean communist premier.
Cinema Guild Board Chooses
Cosponsors for Semester

DAILY OFFICIAL BULLETIN

Publication in The Daily Official
Bulletin is constructive notice to all
m bers of*the Uiversity.eNotices
for the Bulletin should be sent in
typewritten form to the Office of the
Assistant to the President Room 2552
Administration Building, y 3:00 p.m.
On the day preceding publication
(11:00' a.n.Saturdays).
THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 2, 1950
VOL. LXI, No. 33
Notices
Freshman Instructors: A remin-
der that Thurs. morning, Nov. 9 is
the day you have been requested
to, refrain from giving blue books,
since some students will be ex-
cused from . class to meet their
principals attending the 22nd an-
nual Principal-Freshman Confer-
ence.
Choral Union Members with
good attendance records, may call
for their courtesy passes to the
Cleveland Orchestra concert (Sun.
Nov. 5) on Fri., Nov. 3, at the of-
fices of the University Musical'So-
NOW SHOWING at
1:30 - 3:30 - 5:30 - 7:35 - 9:35
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GENE
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BARLOWE
NOVELTY and CARTOON

ciety in Burton Tower-between
9:30-12 noon, and 1-4 p.m. No
tickets will be issued after 4 p.m.
Late Permission: On the night
of Capitalistic Capers, Nov. 3, all
women students may have 1:30
a.m. permission.
Cinema Guild films. will be
sponsored by the following organi-
zations this Fall Semester, 1950:
World Student Service Fund, Dis-
placed Students Committee, Phoe-
nix Project, Inter-Cooperative
Council, Graduate Council, Asso-
ciation of Independent Men, The
Chess Club, United World Feder-
alists, Inter-Arts Union, and Stu-
dent Religious Association.
Organizations granted sponsor-
ships by the SL Cinema Guild
Board will be notified in advance
of film dates.
All organizations which submit-
ted petitions will be notified of
the status of their petition by let-
ter, explaining criteria used by SL
Cinema Guild Board in making
sponsorship selections.
Open Houses for the Illinois
game are authorized in officially
organized student residences ,on
Sat., Nov. 4, between 11:30 a m.
and 1:30 p.m. for pre-game func-
tions and between 5 and 7 p.m.
for post-game functions. No regis-
tration of these functions is neces-
sary provided they are confined
to the hours indicated.
Presidents of professional fra-
ternities are requested to register
in the Office of Student Affairs
the names of students initiated
immediately following such ini-
tiation.
Presidents of general fraternities
are reminded that Monthly Mem-
bership reports for October are
due in the Office of Student Af-
fairs, 1020 Administration Bldg.,
on or before Nov. 5.
(Continued on Page 4)

The names of the campus or-
ganizations that have been chosen'
to co-sponsor films with the Stu-
dent Legislature Cinema Guild
this semester were announced yes-
terday by Leonard Wilcox, '52, Ci-
nema Guild Board member.
The following groups have been
selected: Association of Indepen-
dent Men, Chess Club, Graduate
Student Council, Intercooperative
Council, Phoenix Project and the
Student Religious Association.
Three other organizations, the
Displaced Person's Committee,
United World Federalists, and

World Student Service Fund, have
already co-sponsored films with
the Cinema Guild this semester.
Wilcox said that the Cinema
Guild had to choose the nine co-
sponsors from a group of more
than 30 campus organizations
that applied for co-sponsorship
earlier this year.
The Board based its final se-
lection upon the financial need
of the petitioning organizations
and the degree and manner in
which the organizations served
the student body.

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