100%

Scanned image of the page. Keyboard directions: use + to zoom in, - to zoom out, arrow keys to pan inside the viewer.

Page Options

Download this Issue

Share

Something wrong?

Something wrong with this page? Report problem.

Rights / Permissions

This collection, digitized in collaboration with the Michigan Daily and the Board for Student Publications, contains materials that are protected by copyright law. Access to these materials is provided for non-profit educational and research purposes. If you use an item from this collection, it is your responsibility to consider the work's copyright status and obtain any required permission.

May 15, 1951 - Image 6

Resource type:
Text
Publication:
Michigan Daily, 1951-05-15

Disclaimer: Computer generated plain text may have errors. Read more about this.


srx

THEIMICHIGAN DAILY

TUESDAY, MAY 15, 1951

t ,

ONSTRUCTION TROUBLE:
Entries Still Open For Wolverun Derby
With a field of 15 already set,:....
tries for the Wolverun Soapbox
erby will be accepted until Fri->
y, according to Geoffrey Leigh,f
3, of the Union staff.
The extension * has been made
cause of the difficulty some
oups have encountered in start-
g construction of their racers.
The derby which is slated to
gin at 2 p.m., Saturday, will be
highlight of the Tennis Ball
eekend. It will be run along
ashington 'St., starting at Flet-

Trophies and prizes will be
iwarded to the winners in the
ace, as well as to the car picked
is the best looking by the judges.
rhe women's group sponsoring the
winning. entry will also be award-
d a trophy. A drawing td deter-
mine , the sponsors is scheduled
or later this week.
Not all houses have had con-
truction problems, however. Sig-
na Pi fraternity will remodel and
econdition a racer used by mem-
oer Dick Doyle in the 1941 nation-
I soapbox derby. Since Doyle
was only 12 years old at the time,
he cockpit will have to be greatly
nlarged to permit Jerry Sluggett,
52 to drive it. Sluggett was picked,
necause he is "the only man who
:ould fit into even the enlarged
nodel."
Theta Chi fraternity is the only
;roup which has entered two cars
n the derby so far. Entries al-
eady received include both fra-
ernities and residence hall groups.
Leslie T? Speak
The Irish critic and scholar, Sir
Shane Leslie, will speak on "Swift,
Stella, and Vanessa" tomorrow at
1:15 p.m. in the Architecture Audi-
orium.
Leslie, who was educated at
Eton and King's College, Cam-
bridge, is the author of a number
of books.

-Daily-Burt Sapowitch
ON YOUR MARK-Jerry Sluggett, '52, trys out "Whirlaway,"
the Sigma Pi entry in the Wolverun Derby to be run Saturday.
The "car" which placed in the 1941 national soapbox derby is
being remodeled for Saturday's race which will be a highlight of
the Tennis Ball weekend.
Airforce ROTC Will Offer
ThreeINew Courses in .Fall

wNew Styles First at Wild's

Amazing fact ...

-B-T TRUE

The air force ROTC will offer
three new courses to all physically
qualified students, Lt. Col. Wil-
liam L. Todd, head of the air
Caps and Gowns
To Be Measured
Seniors may be measured for
their caps and gowns this week
at Moe's Sport Shop on North
University, according to Joan Wil-
lens, '51, caps and gowns chair-
man.
"This also applies to those sen-
iors who are not sure whether or
not they are graduating," Miss
Willens said. "Payments and de-
posits for the gowns need not be
made until the gowns are picked
up," she added.
Business Careerm

force ROTC unit here announced
yesterday.
The courses, to be inaugurated
in the fall, will be administration
and logistics, general, technical
and flight operations. Unlike the
communications course which is
open only to engineering students,
they will be available to students
in all colleges and schools within
the University.
All men students may enter the
new courses and veterans with
one year active service are eli-
gible for the communications
course as well.
The flight operations course is
designed to provide ground pre-
flight training to cadets interested
in pilot or navigation training.
Air force ROTC graduates from
the course will be given priority
for entrance into air force flight
training schols, Col. Todd said.
Furthermore, they will attend as
second lieutenants instead of the
usual cadet status, he added.
Applications for the new curri-
culum may be filed now or during
the summer at Lane Hall. 1

Adolescent
Sex Views
Discussed
University psychologists haves
expressed varying opinions regard-
ing opinions regarding a newly
published book on premartial sex
relations.
The issue was brought up by Dr.
Marynia IF. Farnham who asserted
in her volume "The Adolescent",
that premartial sexual relations
after the age of 18 are hereto stay
and might as well be accepted by '
parents.
Prof. E. Lowell Kelly of the psy-
chology department thought Dr.
Farnham brave in calling atten-
tion to the disparity between so-
cihlly approved sexual behavior
and actual deviations, but thought
she over-estimated the seriousness
of the problem.
"I SHOULD personally not rec-
ognize the inevitability of this
trend to the point where premar-
tial intercourse is universally ac-
cepted," he said. "It is my guess
that different social and religious
groups will continue to be widely
divided on this issue."
Prof. Roger W. Heyns of the
psychology department agreed
that premartial sexual relations
is the prevailing norm and said
that this factor must be taken
into account in the adolescent.
"Those parents who try to dis-
courage their children from this
trend must realize that this gives
them an additional problem, be-
cause ther children need more un-
derstanding and support."
Dr. Farnham, a psychiatrist,
pointed out that any mother who
tries to forbid petting is going to
look ridiculous or be a hopeless3
failure, because "any society which
allows boys of 17 to take girls of
the same age out in cars is in no
position to police the situation."
Cam pus
Calendar
Events Today
A CLASS on the Christian doc-
trine of the Catholic Church will
be held at 7 p.m. today in the St.
Mary's Chapel clubrooms.
Following the meeting, an open
discussion period, led by the Rev.
Fr. John F. Bradley, will be held.
THE UNIVERSITY Arts Chor-
ale will present their spring con-
cert at 8:30 p.m. today in Hill
Auditorium, and will feature mo-
tets, madrigals and part songs.
Events Tomorrow
TRYOUTS FOR the University
Marching Band will be held to-
morrow between 4:15 and 5:45
p.m. at S. Ferry Field.
All male musicians are eligible
to participate.
'Mikado' Ticket
Sales To Continue
Tickets for "The Mikado," the
Gilbert and Sullivan Society's
spring offering are moving quick-
ly, according to Betty Borgen, '52,
society president.
There are only a few seats re-
maining for the Thursday perfor-
mance, which students can ob-
tain at the special rate of 60 cents.
Tickets for the Friday and Sat-
urday shows are 90 cents and

$1.20.
GRADS,
Remember
- that
IMPORTANT DAY
with a
PORTRAIT
am St.i0
208 Michigan Theater Bldg.
Phone 2-2072
18th Year
65-80 Day Dicycie'Tours
from $465
74 Day French Study
Tour $775
56 Day Motor Tours -
from $1090
Including Round Trip Steamship
frn Now..Vnrle anr Uaa.rnal

The UNESCO campus council
has revealed that a "stormy ses-
sion of the United Nations Secur-
ity Council will be held on the
University c a m p u s tomorrow
night"
The session will be a mock
meeting of the Security Council
staged by the UNESCO Council.
"Representatives" from the big
five and non-permanent members
of the Security Council will en-
gage in a debate over the Korean
issue and the admission of Red
China to the United Nations.
Two uniformed Ann Arbor po-
licemen will be present at the
meeting which will be held at
7:30 p.m. in Rm. 130 of the Busi-
ness Administration building. The
police will be there to preserve or-
der as Russia's "Malik" 'and In-
dia's "Rau" keep the session hot
with controversial resolutions.
"AUSTIN" will open the meet-
ing by reading a cablegram from
the People's Republic of China.
Bill Grove of UNESCO Council re-
vealed that the cablegram con-
tained a cease fire proposal and
a resolution to brand the United
States an aggressor for "sending
troops across the thirty-eighth
parallel and assaulting the Peoples
Democratic Republic of Korea."
This proposal will then be de-
bated by the UNESCO "repre-
sentatives."
Grove, who is helping to stage
the mock meeting, released the
agenda for the ''Security, Council''
session.

RIDE 'EM COWBOY-With Bob Gross, '53 (left) and Lou Pol-
lack, '52 willingly acting as horses, two youngsters from Redford
Children's Village, Detroit engage in a spirited horse and rider
fight. The boys were among 36 from the village entertained by
Sigma Alpha Mu fraternity in its fifth annual orphan's day
program.
Han Attributes Fraud Charges
To Democratic Split of Opinion'
Charges of fraud and corruption Han noted that the Republic of
in Syngman Rhee's government Korea had set aside 100 seats in
grow out of a democratic division its legislature to be filled by free
of opinion, Pyo Wook Han, First elections in North Korea.
Secretary of the Korean Embassy,s
said yesterday. Queried on his views concern-
But, Han continued, some cases ing the MacArthur controversy,
of fraud are likely because "these the diplomat refused to comment
are the accidents human society directly.
must contend with." "We want to carry on the war
Han, speaking under the aus- vigorously," he sidestepped. "And
pices of the political science de- we want also to end it quickly."
partment, reaffirmed the deter-
mination of the Korean people to
carry on "the struggle against
Communist aggression and to re- TYPEW RITERS
unite Korea."
Rejecting proposals that new
UN-supervised elections be held Repaired
throughout Korea after peace is" Rented
established there, Han stated that Sold
such an action would "endanger
the basic foundation of constitu- Bought
tional government."
Fountain Pens repaired by
iii I a factory trained man. 4

.. VOLENDAM
"'Thrifty" Co-ed Student Sailing

..

AFTER RED CHINA;S resolu-
tion is read, the "big five" will
deliver one minute speeches stat-
ing their reaction to China's
cablegram.
Following these talks "Sir Ben-
egal Rau" will present the "Se-
curity Council" with three pro-
posals concerning the cessation
of hostilities in Korea and ne-
gotiations for a permanent
peace.
If Red China is admitted on the
floor, a violent clash between na-
tionalist China's "Tsiang" and
Red China's delegate is certain,
Grove predicted.
Petitions for IFC
Committees Due
Petitions for chairmanships an,
assistant chairmanships of In-
terfraternity Council committees
must be handed in before 5 p.m
Friday, IFC president, Jack Smart,.
'52 BAd., announced yesterday.
The committee posts are open
to all affiliated male students.
Petitions may be submitted to the
IFC office in the Union.
TROPICAL FISH
GALORE
Call 3-0224

r

®;i
<.

Join the student group this summer
to Rotterdam on the S. S. VOLEN-
DAM, host to over 4000 students on
three annual sailings since 1948. Re-
turn sailing September 5 from
Rotterdam.
Dormitory type accommodations.
Plenty of deck space. Large, public
rooms. Good and plentifulsmenu.
High standards of Dutch seaman-
ship, cleanliness, and traditional
friendliness.

Staff of 20 distinguished Europeam
and American lecturers, under the
joint direction of Netherlands Office
for Foreign Student Relations and
U. S. National Student Associatiow
offer a comprehensive- Orientatioe
Program enroute.
O Round Trip for dormitory-
type space. $320 for mu-
tiple-berth cabins for
women.
Applications from bona fide college
students only are being accepted by

UNESCO To Stage Mock
Council Session Tomorrow

.

Ai

-.5
New Patented FIBER-LOCK
Bounces OUT Wrinkles
Locks IN Smoothness

Jump up and down,
All join hands,
May 23,
GARG hits the stands!

Webster-Chicago Wirerecorders
MORR . LL'S
314 S. State Ph. 7177

NETHERLANDS OFFICE FOR FOREIGN STUDENT RELATIONS
29 Broadway,'New York 6, N. Y.
Agents for the Ministerie van Verkeer en Waterstan
tDirectorate-General of Shipping) The Hague. Netherlands

I" I

THE 3r
, ')9V9 C LLEGE
4-MONTH INTENSIVE COURSE
SECRETARIAL TRAINING for
COLLEGE STUDENTS and GRADUATES
Starting June, October, February
Bulletin A, on request.
R(,istration now open.
NEXT COURSE STARTS JUNE 12
Lifetime Placement Service
Write Admission Counselor
Co-Educational " G. I. Approved
THE GREGG COLLEGE
37 South Wabash Avenue, Chicago 3, Illinois
Phone STate 2-IM8
________

rI

[[

Eul

Hoop-de-doo,
Everyone holi,
May 23,
GARG on sale.

-- -4
the upperclassmen kid me s;
1 think that they Sar en
for oF my twentyl LuckySta,
They get at least fiftee !~

WVCKI ES TASTE BETTER

A.
.4

J

I

Read and Use
Daily Classifieds

.-A .......'

I

THAN ANY OTHER CIGARETE!
Fine tobacco-and only fine tobacco-can
give you a better-tasting cigarette. And
L.S./M.F.T.-Lucky Strike means fine to-
bacco. So, for the best-tasting cigarette you
ever smoked, Be Happy-Go Lucky! How
about startin' with a carton-today?,
"S.. dLucy&tOke
Means Rtie To W

A

-4,

a

in ALL-NEW
PALM BEACH*

SUITS
Gone are the days of the
wrinkles and scratch, thanks to
ingenious patented FIBER-
LOCK Method in the new, all-
new Palm Beach suits... but
still retains the famous Palm
Beach open, porous weave that
lest cool air in, body heat out.
In addition, you get unbe-
llievable cool' comfort and
smartness .. wonderful new
patterns, richer colors, far finer
tailoring.Seeourselections now.

a

Annex Cafeteria
Uni"ersity of Utah
Salt Lake City, Utah
In Salt Lake City, Utah, there is
always a friendly gathering of
University of Utah students in the
Annex Cafeteria. And, as in univer-

We profs are absent "
To0+*hat we mst a ree.i ore R E
ut one that we
s ,*L..IMPtA
ySom students drive their cars to schoo
ichardAYSooe a bike
UnvriYof NeW MeVlxico Soewl, roe.idea
Strue that ~le a

..

I .

I

Back to Top

© 2020 Regents of the University of Michigan