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y College B ans Progressive

to summer employment or permanent Tuesday, Nov. 6-5-6 Betsy Barbour
employment if the student is not re- with Helen Newberry at 420 S. State, Pi
turning to school. Application forms, Beta Phi, 836 Tappan; 6:30-7:15 Alpha
which are available at the Bureau of Chi Omega, 1004 Olivia, Kappa Kappa
Appointments. 3528 Administration Gamma, 1204 Hill; Phi Sigma Delta,
Building, must be filed by December 1808 Hermitage.
j 4,1951.
--Deutscher Verein. German F o 1 k
Dances will comprise the meotingtof
- Lecturesthe German Club at 7:30 p.m. in the4
leshaeket p h hwl nierit ecur, upieso theoam en., 01 ofJ.- ai null. vnein


T h e Young Progressives ofI
America last wk b cme the
fourth student oup to be whisk-
ed off the Brooklyn Colae ean-
The YPs were banned by the
Student-Faculty Committee on
Activities for being "Communist
related," despite the fact that the
organization has been inactive
this semester due to a lack of a
faculty supervisor.
o t h e r organizations already
banned at Brooklyn include the
Labor Youth League, Studen's for
Democratic Action and a student
newspaper, "Brooklyn V in'eld."
* *
River in Manhattan, the official
chaplain of New York University
has been accused of operating "a
genuine Red cell from within the
walls of Park Avenue's most ex-
clusive Methodist church."
The accusations were levelled by
veterans organizations and public
figures in southwest Iowa, where
the chaplain, The Rev. Ralph W.
Sockman, gave a Columbus Day
According to the NYU Com-
merce Bulletin, "midwesterners
apparently have learned to eye
all city sickers ith grave sts-
picion, so R. A Naff igr, sup-
erintendent of i for t-
town of Carroll, a. (population
Finer 1 Lw y
Fme B e c w I

6,219, situated on a tributary of
the Middle Raccoon River some
25 miles northwest of Coon Ra-
pids) decided to look into Rev.
Sockman's record."
Simultaneously two local veter-
ans organizations also launched a
probe of the chaplain.
The evidence they turned up in-
dicated to their satisfaction that
Rev. Sockman "had supported pa-
rifist groups and had been asso-
ciated with an alleged Communist
front organization."
However, Rev. Sockman has
been cleared by the FBI, the U.S.
Attorney General, the House Un-
American Activities Committee
and several other groups.
, 7

The veterans groups, neverthe-


less, have kept up the howl. IUniversity Lecture, auspices of the +bsemento aeHll noei
* * * Department of Fine Arts. "The Genius terested is invited. Refreshments.
FAR ACROSS the plains, at the of Lyonel Feininger." Fredericl1 S.
FA oAC Okahopas, a s - Wight, Associate Director of the Insti- Hillel: Seminar on "Modern Jewish
University of Oklahoma, a sophO- tute of Contemporary Art, Boston. 4:15 Problems." 4 p.m., Lane Hall. Led by
more student has set the campus p.m., Wed., Nov. 7, West Gallery, Alum- Rabbi Lymon, the group discusses top-
on edge because of his peculiar ni Memorial Hall. ics of its own choosing.
habit of collecting deadly snakes.
The Student, Don Knight, snoes- University Lecture, auspices of the Young Democrats. Meeting, 8 p.m.,
nth o audndon wiht comon Department of Chemistry. "Organo- Room 3-A, Union. Speaker: Thomas
n't fool around with common metallic Compounds Containing Fluor- Payne, President of the Young Demo-
snakes. His favorite is Louise, ocarbon Radicals." H. J. Emeleus. Pro- crat Clubs of Michigan who will dis-
a six-foot python, who will yen- fessor of Inorganic Chemistry, Cam- cuss the recent National Y. D. 'Conven-
tually grow to a full 18 feet in bridge University, England. 4:15 p.m., tion, Issue No. 3 of the Y. D. News
length. T 'ues., Nov. 6i, 1300 Chemistry Building. will be distributed. Plan to attend.
Visitors are welcome.
She relaxes by crawling around '_Christian Science Organization: Tes-
Knight's neck and down his back. Physics Lectures. Fourth of a series timonial meeting, 7:30 p.m., Upper
Unappreciative neighbors have of six lectures on "Modern Theories of Room, Lane Hail.
caused Knight to move three Atomic and Molecular Structure." by Chess Club. Meeting, 3B-Union.
times. Sir John E. Lennard-Jones, Professor CesCu.Meig BUin
-m-of Theoretical Chemistry, Cambridge I Michigan Dames: The Handicraft
University, England. 10:00 a.m., Tues., group will meet at 8 p.m. at the
"* o JNov. 6, 202 West Physics Building. League, (the name of the room will be
posted on the bulletin board). Nina De-

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Foreign Language Proposals
(Continued from Page 1
A FURThER ELABORATION of the new proposal follows :
The placement test would be given to those who wanted to con-
tinue the language they studied in high school. The score would deter-
ine where the student would start.
If he passed the equivalent of the fourth semester on the place-3
ment test, he would not have to continue foreign language study in

Academic Notices
sociology Colloquium. Wed., Nov. 7,'
4:10 p.m., East Conference Room, Rack-
ham Building. Speaker: Dr. Charles
Loomis. head of Sociology Department
at Michigan State College. Topic:
"Community Analysis and Technical
Assistance Programs." Everyone inter-
ested is invited.
Mathematics Colloquium: Tues., Nov.'
6. 4:10 p.m., 3011 Angell Hall. Dr. Titus
will speak on "Extension Property of
Polynomtic Operators "
Doctoral examination for Lawrence
I --R1pt O hemistrv; thesis: "The




Sims Barter , mi~ y- 1C'7 IC
At the end of any semester, a student who had not previously Design and Construction of an Electron
passed the placement test, but felt that his semester's work enabled Diffraction Unit for Gases and Its Ap-
plication to Argon", Wed., Nov. 7, 3003
him to do so, would be allowed to take the test. Chemistry Bldg., 2 p.m. Chairman, L.
Under the present requirement, a student needs one year of 0. Brockway.
foreign language study in college unless he has four credit units in The results of the language examina-
foreign languages from his high school. tions for the A. M. in history are now
posted in the History Office,' 28South
Under the new requirement, which is based on the quality of Quad.

land is the chairman and asks that
everyone bring with her a piece of huck
toweling, needle and embroidery thread
along with some sizzors.
Coming Even is
Hillel: Social Committee meeting,
Wed., Nov. 7, 7:30 p.m., Lane Hall.
Anyone interested is welcome.
Union Weekly Bridge Tournament
held at the Union will be highlighted
by the first of a three out of four
week tournament to pick two teams
to go to the National Bridge Tourna-
ment in Detroit with their entrance
fee paid. Anyqone interested is invited
to come to the Union Ball Room at
7:15 p.m., Wed., Nov. 7. Coeds must
sign out with their House Mothers for
Sigma Delta Chi: Rush meeting,
Thurs., Nov. 8, 8 p.m., League. Bus-
iness meeting following speeoh by Mr.
and Mrs. Joseph B. Dellinger on "Is
I Crime Factually Reported?"
The Undergraduate Botany Club pre-
sents Prof. Stanley A. Cain speaking on
"The Use of Original Land Survey Data
in the Reconstruction of Primeval For-
est Types." Wed., Nov. 7, 8 p.m., 1139
Natural Science Building. Business
meeting at 7:30 p.m.
U. of M. Rifle Club meets Wed., Nov.
7, 7 p.m., at the ROTC Rifle Range.
Conference Sectional Match to be early
in December, so attendance is especially
vital. Officers: Executive Board Meet-
ing 9:30, same night.
Westminster Guild: Tea N' Talk, 4-6
p.m., First Presbyterian Church.

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500 cc. twin. Completely rebuilt. Norm
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BICYCLE-Two-weeks old red Rollfast,
$33. Phone 3-0521, Ext. 91. )66
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THE CLASSIFIED AD which appeared
in Saturday's and Sunday's (Nov. 3-4)
editions about the Student Periodical
Agency's special rates before Oct. 31
to several woman's magazines was
erroneously inserted.
tickets to Cornell game. 318 Hins-
dale House, E. Quad. )3X

1aoo~hingrhrT ' than +-c ~ te aimiy the nuimbe'rofYears studtied1 in higrh I

F rederick S. W igl t, lec turer , cri- sch oolll a l o ld ± not le n i ered . VJ, Y a '1 1
tic, painter and novelist, will speak school would not be considered.
on "The Genius of Lyonel Fein- The change from the present requirement had been recommended
inger" at 4:15 p.m. tomorrow in by a special faculty sub-committee under the chairmanship of Prof.


the West Gallery of Alumni Me-
morial Hall.
Associate Director of the Insti-
tute of Contemporary Art in Bos-
ton, Wight taught a course in Mo-
dern American Painting here dur-
ing the 195 summer session.
The lecture is under the-auspices
of the fine arts dep-artment,

Charles N. Staubach, of the romance languages department.
So far, President Hatcher has not committed himself on the
matter, while approval or rejection remains in the hands of the
Board of Regents. The Regents are expected to make their decision
in the very near future.

History 49 Examination. Thurs., Nov.
8, 9-10 a.m.. "A-He" Room 231 Angell
Hall, "Hi-Z" West Gal. A. M. H.
Engineering Mechanics Seminar: Wed.,
Nov. 7, 3:45 p.m., 101 West Engineering
Building. Prof. W. W. Hagerty will
speak on "Problems in Fuel Spray Re-
Logic Seminar: Tues., Nov. 6, 3 p.m.,
3001 Angell Hall. Dr. J. R. Buchi will
speak on "Church's Theory of Types."

Geometry Seminar: Thurs., Nov.
4:10 p.m., 3001 Angell Hall. Dr.
Ma-rary will speak on "'The Number
Multiply Rooted Trees."



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to election of courses, defnition of non-
technical electives, etc.
4. Possible delegation to the Execu-
tive Committee of authority to act on
proposed new courses, changes in ex-
isting courses or programs.
Freshmen and transfer students who
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Room Applications for Men's Resi-
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men's residence halls are now being
accepted for the second semester be-
ginning February, 1952. Undergraduate
and graduate students are eligible for
housing in West, East and South Quad-
rangles. Further information may be
obtained from the Office of Student
Affairs, 1020 Administration Building
Holders of Driving Permits are per-
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and proper display of the special driv-
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position is made of the automobile
through sale, trade, accident, etc., the
permit holder is similarly responsible
for the return of the sticker (or the re-
mains thereof) and permit to the Office
of Student Affairs. Failure to assume
this responsibility constitutes grounds
for disciplinary action.
Faculty Members who are pianists
may secure copies of the new Brink-
man-Dexter booklet on editions of
piano music by calling at the School
of Music office on Maynard Street.
Personnel Requests:
The United States Civil Service Com-
mission announces an examination for
Student Aid (Trainee), GS-3 ($2950),
and GS-4 ($3175), for filling positions
in Chemistry, Physics, Mathematics,
Metallurgy, and various branches of
Engineering. These positions are open
to Sophomores and Juniors and lead

Organ Recital. The first in a series
of three recitals by Robert Noehren,
University Organist, will be played at
4:15 Wednesday afternoon, November
7, in Hill Auditorium. The program
will open with Saint-Saens' Prelude
and Fugue in E-flat major, followed by
Franck's Choral in E major, and the
Sonata on the 94th Psalm by Reubke.
The recital will be open to the pub-
lic without charge.
String Orchestra, Gilbert Ross. Con-
ductor, will present its annual concert
at 8:30 Tuesday evening, November 6,
in Lydia Mendelssohn Theater. The
program, including 17th and 18th cent-
ury music by Handel, Vivaldi, Man-
fredini, Bach, Frescobaldi, and Sam-
martini, will be open to the public
without charge.
Events T oday

Congregational-Disciples Guild: Call
Guild House, 5838, by Tuesday night to
make new reservations for Supper Dis-
cussion Groups meeting Wed., Nov. 7,
5:30-7 p.m., Guild House.
Folk and Square Dance meeting Wed..
Nov. 7, 8 p.m., Barbour Gym. Instruc-
tions for beginners. Everyone welcome.
Wesleyan Guild: Do-Drop-In for tea
and talk, 4 to 5:15 p.m., Wed., Nov. 7,
at the Guild. All visitors are welcome.
Cabinet meeting, 8:30 p.m. Guilders
are invited.
Intercollegiate Zionist Federation of
America (IZFA).
A discussion group dealing with the
life and problems in Israel will be held
every Wednesday evening at 7:30 in
Lane Hall beginning Nov. 7. Everyone
is welcome.
Michigan Arts Chorale. Meet 7 p.m.,
Wed., Nov. 7, University High School


Storyland and Toytown"
What a spot for
SECOND FLOOR - State Street at N. University

Congregational-Disciples Guild: Tea, Kappa Kappa Psi: Meeting, Wed.,
4:30 to 6 p.m. at. the Guild House. Nov. 7, 9:30 p.m., Harris Hall.

''November 7

All IFC Rushing Councilors will meet
at 7:30 p.m., Room 3S, Union. Bring
councilor ribbons, name tags, and
councilor cards. Reimbursements will
be made. The Counciling system and
IFC Rushing eport will be discussed.
Science Research Club. Meeting,
Rackham Amphitheatre, 7:30 p.m.,
Program: "Diffuse Separation in the
Upper Atmosphere from R o c k e t
Measurements," M. N. Nichols, En-
gineering Research. "Predicting Epi-
demicity of Poliomyelitis," F. M. Hemp-
hill, School of Public Health.
Hiawatha Club. Meeting, 7:30 p.m.,
ABC room, Leggue.

Graduate Student Council. Meeting,
Thurs., Nov. 8, 7:30 p.m., Graduate Out-
ing Room, basement Rackham.
AIEE-IRE. Meeting Wed., Nov. 7, 7:30
p.m., Room 3-B, Union. Mr. G. E. Mac-
Intyre of Dow Corning will speak on
"Silicone"-slides. The Ensian picture
will be taken after the meeting. Re-
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