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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER 7. 1951

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Generation Cover Selected

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The contest winning cover which
Generation will flaunt on its win-
ter issue was chosen as most in
keeping with the magazine's tone,
Don Hope, '52, managing editor
announced yesterday.
Designed by Alan Donahue, '52A,
the entry was picked as winner by
Generation's art staff, in accord-
ance with their policy of attempt-
ing to be truly representative of
campus talent in all the arts.
The contest was open to all Uni-
versity students.
ALSO IN KEEPING with it's
policy, Generation will attempt an
innovation in the manner of choos-
ing art for the rest of the maga-
zine.
A student art exhibit will be
held at 5 p.m. today in Rm. 101
of the Architecture Building to
which all hopeful contributors
are invited.
At the exhibition, the art staff
will pick the "masterpieces" they
will use, Hope said, and at the
same time, will try to explain their
choices to the contributors.
Issues of the winter edition are
expected to hit the stand on or
about Dec. 3.
Conference
On Education
To Meet Today
An address on 'America's Faith
in Public Education" by Dean
James B. Edmonson, of the edu-
cation school. will highlight the
opening session of the 22nd annual
Parent Education Institute here
today.
Parents will attend a class on
'Social Relations in Adolescence"
led by Prof. Willard C. Olson, of
the education school, in the first
event at 9 a.m. in Rackham Am-
phitheatre. Edmonson's lecture will
follow at 10:30 a.m. in the lecture
hall.
Prof. Stanley Diamond, of the
education school, will speak to the
group on "Developing Good Citi-
-zens" at 1:30 p.m. in the Rackham
Lecture Hall.
A 6 p.m. dinner in the Union
ballroom will be followed by a
panel discussion on the subject
'Our High Schools and Interna-
tional Education."
The institute's conferences will
be concluded tomorrow with a var-
iety of lectures and discussion.

THE
CITY BEAT
A City Council committee study-
ing possible revision of Ann Ar-
bor's 62-year-old city charter will
meet Thursday with the heads of
four city departments.
Officials in charge of the public
works, park and water departments
and the city clerk will present their
views on the issue of altering the
ancient instrument.
A report by the committee was
submitted to the Council Monday
night. The Council is expected to
act next month on a proposal to
put the question of charter revision
up to the voters.
Going into its final four days,
the city Community Chest cam-
paign is reported to have raised
only one-third of its $176,600 goal.
* * *
An experimental evening open-
ing of Ann Arbor stores until 9
p.m. met with considerable suc-
cess Monday, local merchants re-
ported yesterday.
More than 20 shop-owners open-
ed wide their doors to the wintry
evening. Others are expected to
follow suit on a weekly basis.

FEELING HOSTILE ANYBODY?
Attitudes Can Change, Stu

SL Candidates
To Visit 'U'

Do you feel hostile toward the,
guy who wants to borrow the lawn-'
mower that he lent you last
spring?
Hostile attitudes of people re-
garding their fellow townsmen+
cannot be changed through com-
munity activities unless a program
is planned to insure a thorough
mixing of the participants. This is
the finding of a study published
Panel To Discuss
Eastern Situation
Students representing seven
Near and Middle East nations will
participate in a panel discussion,
"A Close-Up of the Changing
East," at the UNESCO Council
meeting, to be held at 7:30 p.m.
today in the Madelon Pound In-
ternational Center.
The Madelon Pound House is lo-
cated at Hill and East University
Streets.

tdv Finds

today by the Research Center for
Group Dynamics at the University.
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IN AN 83-page booklet entitled
"Changing Attitudes Through So-
cial Contact," the researchers ex-
plained that people with similar
attitudes tend to band together in
community activities and the re-
sult is only an intensification of
existing attitudes.
Believing that hostile attitudes
could be changed if only people
got to know each other, the re-
searchers undertook an exten-
sive program of community acti-
vities in a government housing
project near "an Eastern city."
Residents of the project thought
of themselves as "low class" peo-
ple and suspected hostility not on-
ly from their neighbors but from
the residents of a nearby city.
THE COMMUNITY activities in-
cluded athletic events, a nursery
school, special activities for teen-
agers and adult programs.
Before the program started, the

Residences
people were interviewed to find
out their attiudes. When the pro- Campus Residences have thrown
ject was completed they were open their doors to "would be" po-
again quizzed and the staff found liticians as the Student Legisla-
that: ture's open house program for
I-Those who had been hostile candidates in next week's elections
were now even more hostile, guts under way this week.
2-Nearly half of the occu- Today candidates will visit Al-
pants didn't take part and thus pha Delta Pi, Sigma Nu, Adelia
showed no change in attitude. Cheever, Winchell House of the
3-Persons favorably inclined West Quadrangle and Hinsdale
toward the housing project were and Greene Houses in the East
now more favorable. Quad.
The schedule for tomorrow in-
The social scientists commented cludes the International Center,
that the groups hostile to the pro- Chi Omega, Kappa Alpha Theta,
ject remained together in commun- Lloyd Hall, Sigma Phi and the
iy activities and thus imparted West Quadrangle.
their hostilities to each other, Added to the list of SL candi-
causing them all to feel more an- dates are Deedee Miller, '52, and
tagonistic. Bob Baker, '52.

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--Daily-Z. Wily
. THE WINNER
SNOW STOPS CULPRITS:
Former Star's Car Wrecked
By Delinquents, Say Police
Two youths yesterday wrecked a car which police say was stolen
from Dick Wakefield, former Detroit Tiger outfielder and University
graduate.
The youths, identified as John White, 17 years old, of Highland
Park, and Bobbie G. Lax, 19 years old, of Detroit were injured when
the car skidded into an embankment. They were taken to Byer Memor-
ial Hospital in Ypsilanti.
LAX WAS LATER taken to University Hospital where officials
reported him in critical condition with fractured skull and pelvis.
Whte, who suffered a fractured left leg, is in fair condition, according
to hospital authorities. Both youths are being held as auto theft fugi-
ives for the Ann Arbor Police Department.
The accident occurred just north of the main Kaiser-Frazer plant
gate at the juncture of M-17 and the U.S. 112 Bypass.
According to the report, White lost control of the car and skidded
off the road blocking the entrance to the bypass.
State police say Lax admitted he and White stole the car, which
was badly wrecked in the accident. ,

Local businessman Arthur W.
Gallup has been named by Mayor
William E. Brown, Jr., to succeed
Prof. Russell A. Smith of the Law
School as alderman from the Sev-
enth Ward.
Prof. Smith resigned last month
shortly after his appointment as
public member on the regional
Wage Stabilization Board. His suc-
cessor will fill the unexpired term
which ends next April.
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PERSONAL STATIONERY (Name Imprinted)
100 sheets, 50 envelopes-(Many Styles)................1.50
Eaton's Ripple (with Mich. seal) per box.................1.25
XMAS CARDS
50 cards (with name) ... .. .. . ......... ..............1.50
"Talking" Cards that speak!..................... . each .25
Comic Xmas Cards (really different) .... each 10c, 15c, & 25c

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LAFF RIOTS that are entirely different from other cards
MISCELLANEOUS
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2-Ring Binders (formery 1.50) .................... each
"Kem" Plastic Playing Cards (in gift containers) .. .2 decks
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Match Books (with name in gold) per 50...............
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Return Senior Pictures PROOFS
to Student Publications Bldg.
Any Weekday -8 to Five

Astronomists Fete
Observatory Head
The astronomy department hon-
ored Prof. Leo Goldberg on his
five years as director of the Uni-
versity Observatory at an anni-
versary tea at the Rackham Build-
ing Sunday.
Prof. Goldberg was presented
with four paintings of each of the
University's observatories done by
Prof. Herbert Johe of the archi-
tecture school.

SAnn Arbor
telephone customers
can now call
South Lyon,
in addition to
Chelsea
Dexter
Manchester
Plymouth
Whitmore Lake
Ypsilanti
as often as they wish
without toll charges.

Hatcher Lauds
Prep Interest
President Harlan Hatcher prais-
ed a group of high school and jun-
ior college representatives yester-
day for their interest in their for-
mer students and assured them
that the interest was reciprocated
by the University.
Hatcher said that he is "still
able to take an observer's look
since he is new to the campus,"
and that he knows of no other in-
stitution which shows more inter-
est in its student body.
The high school and junior col-
lege representatives visited with
former students who are now
freshmen or transfer students at
the University.
These yearly conferences are
held to give preparatory school of-
ficials an opportunity to see how
their students have faired in col-
lege and adjust their school's col-
lege preparation programs accord-
ingly.
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Registration Now Open.
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