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PAGE TWO

THE MICHIGAN DAILY

THURSDAY, OCTOBER 11 1951

ANTI-BRITISH FEELING:
Egyptian Students Give
Views on Current Crisis

Different Game' Than Series

DAILY OFFICIAL BULLETINI

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By MARGE SHEPHERD
The fever of anti-Britisn feeling
rampant in Egypt is reflected in
the bitter opinions of Egyptian
studerts con campus.
Brtish troops must leave Egypt
-there can be no compromise," is
the doninant theme in Egypt and
the other Arab nations, according
to Riad Alami, grao., who left
Egypt two months ago.
* * *
A M(RE temperate opinion
was expi essed by Mohamad £.
Hilmy, grad. and Emile T. Abdel
Msiek, grad.
'Ihere is a possibility of a Middle
Plans E lectio n
October 11-12
Elections to the council of the
business administration school will
be held from 8a.m. to 5 p.m. to-
day and tomorrow in, the lobby of
the BusAd Bldg.
There are nine candidates for
the five council seats.
The candidates are: Terry Ham,
BAd, Bill Horvath, '52.BAd, Sophia
Kontas, BAd, Marlin Carder, '53,
BAd, Bob Price, '52 BAd, Jack
Beyer, '52 BAd, Betty Comstock,
'53 BAd, Stanford C. Stoddar d, '52
BAd, and Harry P. Hawkins, '51
BAd.
Of the nine, Hawkins is the only
incumbent.
Election of officers for the coun-
cil will take place next Thursday
at its first meeting.
The present council urges all
students in the business adminis-
tration school to vote either today
or tomorrow.
Eita Krom Prize
Competition Open
Competition for the Eita Krom
prize, which carries a cash award
of $75, has been announced by the
sociology department.
Papers may be submitted by jun-
fors or seniors in the literary col-
lege on the topics: The Analysis
of a Social Group, The Analysis of
a Sociological Hypothesis or a
case Study of Sociological Therapy.
Papers are to be submitted to
the secretary of the department
before Feb. 1, 1952, and should be
typewritten and between 5,000 and
10,000 words.

Eas iErn pact being formulated,
they said, but Britain must remove
her tioop . first.
Prcrosals involving the parti-
cipation of the United States in
Stez de'ense, being formulated
by British and American offi-
cials lat not been announced
as 3et.
"Egypt does not need British
protection," Hilmy said. "Since
Egypt is a member of the United
Nations, they will come to her aid
in case of trouble."
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"THE EGYPTIAN demands are
not an indication of a general hos-
tility toward the West. Egypt is
still on the side of the West,"
Ma'ek insisted,
However, if forced to it,
"Egypt may ask Russian aid to
help her secure freedom from
Western interference," Alami
warned.
The policy of the United States
toward this situation should be to
aid Egypt by telling the British
to get out, he said.
According to Hiru Shah, grad.,
of India, as long as the United
States limits herself in the role of
mediator, she will be regarded as
an enemy by the Eastern peoples.
"If America takes the step of
outright support, it will help to
close the gap which now exists be-
tween the U.S. and the countries
of the East," he said.
NAAP Will Meet
T'o Plan Survey
The National Association for the
Advancement of Colored People
will meet at 7:30 p.m. today in the
Union to discuss the group's
planned survey of discrimination
in Ann Arbor.
The purpose of the survey is to
have an objective report on file so
that any interested group on
campus may consult it for infor-
mation on local bias.
A committee and committee
chairman will be chosen.
SL Grop 6Meets
The new, non-elective adminis-
trative wing of Student Legisla-
ture, composed of all interested
students who are scholastically
eligible, will meet at 4:10 p.m. to-
day in the SL Building, 122 S.
Forest, Leah Marks, SL secretary,,
announced yesterday.

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RECOILLESS RIFLE-As U. S. troops plow into the Communist
fortress line in Eastern Korea, a 77mm recoilless rifle carrier gets
ranges and pitches shells into enemy lines. Shown also are his
battery man covering his ears, an observer behind tree at right
and the field telephone man at the left,
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subscribing or renewing magazines.
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THUSDAY, OCTOBER 11, 1951
VOL. LXII, NO. 15
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Will you please requisition as many Di-
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Registration of Student Organizations
including honor societies, for the pres-
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Fri., Oct. 12. Registration forms are
available in 1059 Administration Build-
ing.
Seniors and Graduate Students in Me-
chanical and Industrial Engineering:
For present and future interviews
with company representatives, each
student is requested to have his Per-
sonnel Card filed in the Mechanical
Engineering Departmental Office im-
mediately. Many Companies are sched-
uled for interviews during the present
Semester and many representatives de-
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following your interview. Watch the
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For further information call at the
Bureau of Appointments, 3528 Admin-
istration Building.
Late permission for women students
who attended the Gladys Swarthout
concert will be no later than 11:10 p.m.
Personnel Request:
Ray Dietrich, Inc., a Detroit special
automobile body manufacturer, is cur-
rently in need of tool and die workers
and tool designers. Experienced stu-
dents are acceptable on a part time
basis. Contact the Bureau of Appoint-
ments, 3528 Administration Building,
for details.
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The Bureau of Appointments and
Occupational Information will hold its
annual registration for February, June
and August gradautes next Monday and
Tuesday.
Those students who desire positions

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other than teaching, will register on
Mon., Oct. 15 in the Rackham Lecture
Hall at 4:10 p.m. Those students seek-
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register on Tues., Oct. 16 in the Rack-
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Pediatrics and Communicable Diseases.
"Normal Variants in the Healthy Grow-
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ficance." Dr. John Caffey, Professor of
Clinical Pediatrics, College of Physi-
cians and Surgeons, Columbia Univer-
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