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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

SATUDAY, MARCH 24, 1951

Germans To
Study U.S.
Democracy
Nine German citizens will arrive
here soon to receive training in
the art of governing in a democ-
racy.
These young Germans, selected
to participate in the State Depart-
mnent's Exchange Trainingk Pro-
ject, will pursue a program of
seminars in government, training
in human relations, field trips to
view government agencies at work
and internships with such agen-
cies.
"The main purpose of the pro-
gram," according to Marvin Ta-
blemnan, of the University's In-
stitute of Public Administration,
"is to train these people in the
principles of democratic govern-
ment in the hope that they will
return to Germany and put into
practice the theories and methods
they observe here."
Tableman, who will direct the
program, declared that his past
experience indicates that teach-
lug the Germans to think in
terms of democratic ideas is a
greater problem than getting
them to learn principles of gov-
ernment administration.
Upon their arrival here the Ger-
mans will be given a series of at-
titude tests by the survey research
center to test their attitudes on
democracy, minority groups and
similar subjects. The tests will be
repeated after their course of
study.
City Gets Two
V TChannels
Ann Arbor has been assigned
two television channels by the
Federal Communications Commis-
sion, but it will robably be a long
time before local stations are set
up.
One of the channels is desig-
nated as an educational, non-
,commercial station. WUOM di-
rector Waldo Abbot said, however,
that no immediate m o v e is
planned.
Representatives of WHRV and
WPAG both said that as far as
they are concerned local televi-
sion is a long way off.
The channels assigned are both
in the ultra-high frequency range.
Present sets can not receive on
these frequencies.
Opera Ticket Sale
Continues ,at Union
Despite a good sales run on the
first two days, plenty of tickets
are still available for Friday's ma-
tinee performance of the 191
Union Opera "Go West-Madam,"
Opera officials reported yesterday.
Tickets for $1.80 and $1.20 seats
may be purchased from 1:30 to
4:30 p.mn. today in the Union lob-
by.

OPTICIAN'S NIGHTMARE:
Science Envisions Three-Eyed Man

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By MARY LETSIS
Don't laugh at the thought of
a third eye blinking away in the
middle of your forehead-it could
have happened.
Scientifically speaking, three
eyes instead of two might have
been standard visual equipment
for all of us.
"I DOUBTtif an extra eye would
have done us much good," Prof.
Russell Hussey of the geology de-
partment said. "It would only
make life that much more com-
plicated. But traces of this vesti-
gial organ have been found in the
forebrain and it's possible that at
one time, one did exist there."
Vestigial organs-those
which, though used in the past,
a r e r a p i d l y disappearing

* * *
-Daily-Bill Hampton
* * *
through lack of use-also in-
clude ear-wiggling muscles and
hair-raising muscles.
No one knows quite what these

muscles were used for. Not even
college men wiggle their ears any-
more. As for hair standing up
straight, only cats and dogs show
their fear this way nowadays,"
Prof. Hussey continued.
THE WISDOM teeth and little
toes may sometime disappear from
the anatomical scene, also.
The downy hair on man's arms
and legs is all that's left from a
time when he was completely cov-
ered with hair, Prof. Hussey went
on.
"Things like that don't just
happen. Even at birth, a baby is
completely covered with this fine
hair. It's inconclusive evidence
that somewhere along the line,
man was a hairier creature."
Spani'sh Club
Will Give Play
"Dona Hormiga," a three act
comedy, will be presented by mem-
bers of the Spanish club April 3
and 4 at Lydia Mendelssohn The-

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between W. Physics & So. Quad. Re-
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PERSONAL

In Freshman.
A University graduating senior
has received a piece of news more
welcome than a draft deferment-
a passing grade in freshman
health lectures.
Hugh Quinn, '51, was scheduled
for a diploma this spring-that
is, if he passed the test.
* * *
AND AFTER four years and
four trys, Quinn was "getting a
ittle nervous."
"When I was a freshman I
went to the first two lectures
and after discovering that they
were not takifg roll, I missed
the remaining talks," he ex-
plained. "Well, I flunked."

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Health Lectures
Quinn remembered that the sec-
and year he 'ran into a friend who

VllA Yl~a la 1411lll'VW 11G1U W1V atre.
was on his way to take the exam Anthony Pasquariello of the ro-
and decided to try again. 'Again mance languages department is
he flunked. director of the play, which was
"The third year," Quinn said, written by Serafin and Joaquin
"I believe that I set somewhat Alvarez Quintero.
of a record by finishing the ex- Esther Halpern, '52 will play
am in four minutes. Obviously, the title role. Other leading mem-
I flunked.,,bers of the cast areCharles Fos-
I luke."sati, Grad; Walter Flickinger,
"By this spring it was getting '53L; Lee Benjamin, '52; Eliza-
late and I was worried," Quinn re- beth Clapham, '52; Clara Rizzo,
lated. "And so I attended three '52 and Sheldon Blackman, '52.
lectures and passed. However, the Tickets may be purchased start-
material was so familiar by this ing April 2 at the Lydia Mendels-
time that I slept through two of sohn box office. Seats are priced
the lectures." at 74 cents and will be reserved.

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Jimmie Hunt Dance Studio
122 E. Liberty - Phone 8161 )2P
TRANSPORTATION
CARS NEEDED to go on Aspen, Colo-
rado ski trip with ULLR spring vaca-
tion. Call Ted Reynolds. 8691. )13T
SAVE ON VACATION TRAVEL! - Take
the Vulcan Student Train to New
York, Buffalo, Rochester and Albany.
Also student coaches to Chicago. Tick-
ets can be ordered at the Ad. Build-
ing, from Monday, March 26 to Mon-
day, April 2nd. ) 15T
LOST AND FOUND
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personal papers and effects valuable
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LAST TWO PERFORMANCES
TONIGHT and Sunday Evening
THE ARTS THEATER CLUB PRESENTS
HOTEL UNIVERSE
by Philip Barry
"... one of the greatest causes for real enthusiasm , ..
-Homer Swander in the MICHIGAN DAILY
CLUB MEMBERSHIP STILL OPEN

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SATURDAY, MARCH 24, 1951
VOL. LXI, No. 120
Notices
University Community Center, Wil-
low Run Village:
Sun., March 25, Village Church Fel-
lowship (Interdenominational). 10:45
Church and Sunday-school. 4:30 Dis-
cussion Group. 5:30 Pot-luck Supper.
Tues., March 27, 8 p.m., Bridge; Home
Fashion Show Committee.
Wed., March 28, 8 p.m., Choir Prac-
tice.
Thurs., March 29, 8 p.m.. Ceramics.
Lectures
Lecture, co-sponsored by the UNESCO
Council and the Michigan Union. Dr.

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Walter Laves, Former Deputy Director,
United Nations Educational, Scientific,
and Cultural Organization, and Visit-
ing Professor, U. of M. Department of
Political Science. "UNESCO and its
Approach to World Peace." Mon.,
March 26, 7:30 p.m., Union.
Academic Notices
--Osychol*gy 51 students, please ob-
serve the following seating arrange-
ments for the exam on Mon., March 26
at 2 p.m. Students whose last names
begin with the letters A to K inclusive
report to Natural Science Auditorium;
those beginning with S and T report
to 101 Economics, and all others report
to West Gallery, Alumni Memorial. Be-
cause of the large number of students
in the course it is important that these
arrangements are carried out.
Set Theory Seminar: Mon., March
26, 3 p.m., Room 2016, Angell Hall. Mr.
Seymour Ginsburg will continue dis-
cussing Oriented Families.
Aero-Thermodynamics Seminar: Dr.
F.. N. Frenkiel of the Applied Physics
Laboratory, Johns Hopkins University,
will lecture on "Mean Velocities and
Probability Distributions in Atmospher-
ic Turbulence," Mon., March 26, 3 p.m.,
Room 1504, E. Engineering Bldg. Visi-
tors welcome.
Registration for the School of Edu-
cation Testing Program to be held Wed-
nesday, April 4, is now in process. All
students who are working toward a
teacher's certificate and who have not
already participated in this program
are required to register and attend the
testing session. Those students who
have not c o m p l e t e d registration
through an Education CI course should
obtain registration materials at Room
1437, University Elementary School.
The tests will be administered in two
sessions on April 4: Afternoon session,
4:15 p.m. and evening session, 7 p.m.
Rooms 130 and 140, Business Adminis-
tration Bldg.
Events Today
Inter-Arts Union presents Third An-
nual Student Arts Festival:
Rackham Assembly Hall, 2 p.m.
"Hymn torDiana," by Donald Harris.
"Four Songs," by Robert Cogan. Dis-
cussion-Prof. Ross Lee Finney, moder-
ator. Student poetry. Discussion-
Prof. Herbert C. Barrows, moderator.
Barbour Dance Studio, 8 p.m. Mod-
ern Dance Club-"Selections from A. A.
Milne," "Dirge." Ballet Club-"Iphi-
genia in Aulis." "Circus"-a one-act
opera by Edward Chudacoff. Discus-
sion-Prof. C. L. Stevenson, moderator.
Student Art Exhibit in South Gallery
of Museum of Art until April 4.

Sailing Club: Work party at the lake
Saturday and Sunday. Cars leaving at
9 and 1 Saturday and 10 Sunday from
side door of the Union. Drivers please
note.
Saturday Luncheon Discussion Group
meets at Lane Hall, 12:15 p.m.
SRA Social Action Conference on
Peaceful Alternatives, Lane Hall, 9 a.m.-
4 p.m.
Beacon Association: Meeting. League.
Dr. Felheim will speak on England and
the English Theatre.
Congregational - Disciples - Evangeli-
cal,& Reformed Guild: Easter Sunrise
Service. Meet at 6:45 at Guild House.
Breakfast at 7:45 at the Memorial'
Christian Church.
The Student Players need stage hands
for "Finlan's Rainbow." Anyone who
would like to work April 2-6 and April
17-21, and spring vacation, contact Tom
Barnum, 409 Hayden House, East Quad.
Publicity staff and head usher need-
ed: Any students interested in doing
publicity work or acting as head usher
for "Finian's Rainbow" on April 19.
20, and 21 should call Jay Heyman at
2-4401.
Coming Events
Graduate Outing Club: Hike, Sun.,
March 25. Meet 2:15 p.m., Graduate
Outing Clubroom, northwest corner of
Rackham. All grads welcome.
U. of M. Hot Record Society: On rec-
ords-FATS WALLER program. Sun.,
March 25, 8 p.m., League. Public in-
vited.
Gothic Film Society. Meeting, Mon.,
March 26, 8 p.m., Rackham Amphithe-
ater. A double bill: A Fool There Was
(Theda Bara; 1914) and The Thief of
Bagdad (Fairbanks Senior; 1924). Plus
two early Griffith shorts. Members
may list guests by calling 21225.

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