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rroup Hears
)f 'U' Men


Speaking before the UNESCO
:uncil, Prof. William H. Maurer,
iairman of the journalism de-
artment, last night told of roles
ayed by several University pro-
ssors who were delegates to the
nference of the United States
ational Commission for UNES-
The conference was held in
ew York last month.
IN A REPORT on Developments
. International Communications,
rof. Robert Angell of the socio-
gy department, had told the
)nference that we have today the
leans of communication with
hich to spread knowledge about.
le people of each country to
hose of other nations. However,
e said these communication me-
ums are concentrated in na-
onal rather than international
Prof. Dorwin Cartwright, direc-
r of the Research Center for
rroup DyAamics explained that
lass publicity campaigns some-
imes have little effect upon pub-
c opinion.
Ph. 5651

Playing Through Sunday

Gorgeous Cecile Aubry, volupi-
'ous 19 year old French find, i S eech G ro
te eason Americans are flocking
see the daring French film, tO n D.A ct IB ill

"One scene whit
takes place in a bo
dello has both hum
and viciousness ...
is - for these aspec
that this. picture r
ceived the grand pri
at -the Venice Fil
festival."-N. TIM

"A Masterpiece.".TEL.
"Engrossing and quite
unusual." -CUE'


From 1:30


Admission 50c

Tonight of 8:30


The Ann Arbor audience will be
treated to the American premiere
of Bertolt Brecht's "The Hora-
tians and the Curatians" when the
Lydia Mendelssohn curtain rises
at 8 p.m. tonight on the speech
department's Third Laboratory
Play Bill.
"The Horatians and the Cura-
tians" has only recently been
translated into English. Sub-
titled "A Play for School Chil-
dren," the plot is an attack on
war. * , *
theatre, will be followed in rapid
succession by a play in cockney
and Scottish dialect, a comedy
and a fantasy.
Graduate s t u d e n t Larry
Johnson, who has a star role in
the second play. J. M. Barrie's
"The Old Lady Shows Her Me-
dals," has found himself in the


Continuous from 1 P.M.
44c to 5 P.M. - Eves. 65c
-- Today and Friday -
{. Seen by His
Son... unleashes
one oflthe geat
o fall time!

chanical, Electrical, Civil or- Industrial Freshman Discussion Group, 7 to a
Engineers; Commerce or Arts graduated p.m., Guild House, 438 Maynard.
W 00 R Sfor Sales work); Emo Corporation,
, WoSSalt Lake City, Utah (Chemical, Metal- schweitzer Seminar meets at Lane
'lurgical, Civil or Mechanical Engi- Hall, 7 p.m. All interested students
neers); G e n e r a Fireproofing Co., are welcome.
ProbeW on't Youngstown, Ohio (Commerce or Arts
graduates for Sales); Ortho Pharmaceu-
F as t{, i/ IR tical Corporation, Raritan, New Jersey U. of M. Sailing Club. Meeting, 7:30
r , ,wit Jre- p.m., 311 W. Engineering. Discussion LOST AND FOUND BUSINESS SERVICES
(Arts and Sciences graduates with pre- of results of M. C. S. A. meeting.
medical zoology or Chemistry majors Plans to be made for next week's open LOST-One Banner advertising Michi- GUATEMALA
for Sales; Bacteriologist with experi- meeting. ganensian Price Rise March 1 to $6.00.SKIRTS
ce. Will wise guy please return it to Stu- Hand woven, Hand Embroidered.
(Continued from Page 1) PeTonight at 8 p.m. 3rd Laboratory dent Publications Bldg. Listen "Mac" All Colors, All Sizes. $12.95
Personnel Requests aybil incuding comedIes and a those things are worth money. N.T.T.
National-Standard Company of Niles, _Playbillincludig_3_comediesand_ Phone 20491 or 6739
EARLIER in the day, Charles A. Michigan has openings for Chemists modern experiment at Lydia Mendes- LOST-Shell rimmed glasses on Huron )2B
Hill, a Baptist minister, took the and Chemical Engineers. This firm sohn Theatre Prese by the St. Feb. 24th. Very necessary. Ph.
stand accompanied by attorney produces wire braids, tapes and strand- tonight and Friday. Tickets an sale 9231, ask for Crs.)7 & Efficient. Phone 7590. 830 So. Main.
< George W. Crockett, Jr., one of ed wire. at Mendelssohn box office, Michigan REWARD-Lost 2-tone glasses vicinity )1B
the seven lawyers convicted of con- For appointments, applications and League, 10 a.m. to 8 p.m. daily. A.H. & E.E. 3-1561, Rm. 4035. )15L ALTERATIONS - Ladies garments -
Sdetailed information contact the Bu-_ALTERATIONS____-Ladies___garments____
tempt of court in the conspiracy reau of Appointments, 3528 Admnis- La pttc tt meets from 330 to FOR SALE Prompt service. Catherine near State
trial of 11 Red leaders last year. tration-Building, Ext. 371. St. Call 2-2678. A Graves. )3
5 p.m. In the south room of the Union __________________
Before the hearing had prog- cafeteria. TUX, 6 business suits, sport coat (size
". ressed more than a few minutes, Le tu e 38 & 40), various golf clubs, Bruns- MISCELLANEOUS
.+- - Crockett had been twice sharply Deutsche Kaffeestunde-German Cof- wick bowling ball. Call 221 Chicago
reprimanded by Wood for "mk Usf the fee Hour. 3 to 4:30 p.m., Round-Up House. 24401. )16 GIRLS interested in modeling for local
«p;rddy "d m in Department of Psychology. "National Room, League, women's stores contact advertising
speeches" and threatened with ex- Characteristics." Dr. Otto Klineberg, 1937 FORD 2-door sedan $85. Phone manager, Michigan Daily. Ph. 2-3241.
4-pulsion from the hearing room. Professor of Psychology, Columbia Uni- Pershing Rifles Meeting. Regular 5157. )22 )16M
tversity. 4:15 p.m., Fri., Feb. 29, Kel- PesigRfe Metn.Rglr____________________
. Ater the session, Chairman nogg Auditoriumdrill meeting of all active Pershing ORCHIDS special this week. $2.50 each FOR (Beauty Counselors Cosmetics)
Aftr then rman gRiflemen, 7:30 p.m. All first-and- as long as supply lasts. Place order creams, colognes, soap, etc. for both
3Wood told reporters there was grem,_oogesoaet._obt
"still no real evidence indicating second-year Army and Air Force now for Assembly Ball. Varsity Flow- men & women, Phone 2-5152. )18M
Shorlde nscadets interested in joining this er Shop-1122 So. University, Phone
we should go to Ann Arbor. on the Christian Science Monitor and organization are invited. All cadets 3-4422, )23
However, he repeated that wit- recently Director of Information, Eu- are to be in complete uniforms. Bring KELP WANTED
A Arb, 0opean Marsha.l Plan, will speak to- gym shoes. Report at the rifle range. 1931 FORD - Practically new. Cheap
11se rnight, 8:30 p.m. In Hill Auditorium as & efficient transportation, call 2-1122. WANTED-Student to work for room.
called into Detroit. the sixth number on the Lecture )25 Must be here during summer schoo
.xUnlike the first day of the trial Course. "The State of the World" Literary Collge Conference Steering Chance to earn extra money. al.
t l *'2 hn iktesmssdo tes- will be the subject of Mr. Drum- Committee. 4 p.m. 1011 Angell Hall. MEN'S SUIT. 37-38 L. Two trousers. Mrs. Slade, 6266 fo appointment. )6H
Buid- mond's address. Tickets are on sale 1011 Angell Hall. $20. 211 Fletcher Hall, 3-1511. )24
walk in front of the Federal Build- today 10 a.m. - 1 p.m., 2-5, 7-8:30 p.m. WANTED HOUSEKEEPER-2 in family,
ing, the scene of the now famous in the Auditorium box office. International Center Weekly Tea for 1948 Washing Machine, excellent con- one semi-invalid-would be interested
nvsgmn'a uiye4dyforeign students and American friends, dition-$45.00. Ph. 2-7060. )28 in student couple. Call 5606 days or
F > -** investigations was quiet yesterday.4308pm3447atr8p.)H
.In hscores n A cademic Notices FOR SALE-Admiral combination radio
bystanders waited calmly to gain Assembly Newspaper-Meeting, 4 p.m., and 3 speed phonograph. 6719 Gom- PERSONAL
entrance to the chamber. Ph.D Candidates. A meeting explain- League. All copy must be in. berg, So. Quad. Ext. 349. )27
s sI ; ; ,ing the language requirements for the
' Despite the House-invoked tele- dotcorate will be held Thurs., Feb. 28, Modern Poetry Club. Meeting, 8 p.m., GABARDINE PANTS $5.49-$7.50 value. MILLIONS of dollars are being lost by
vision ban on the hearings, spot 8 p.m., Rackham Amphitheatre. Dr. 3209 Angell Hall. Poems to be dis- Colors: Brown, blue, green, grey-ad- FACULTY members who do not sub-
iradio recordings of testimony and Hootkins will speak. Please note the cussed are E. E. Cummings "All in vrse. i . S ' tr,12 6.sr. )ei
"Som- Wsh.Ph,3-811.)26 6007. )IP
a crowded press gallery insured change in date. Green Went My Love Riding "Some- . -
-Daily-Campbell ntional crger se where I've Never Traveled"; and "Any FOR SALE-Remington portable-$25. SPECIAL - 20% off on napkins and
huge national coverage for the ses- Graduate Students expecting to re- One Lived in A Pretty How Town." All Double lloreset student lamp-$15. matches. Personalized with your name.
rtrayed by Margaret Paysner, '54, sion. Photographers' flash bulbs ceve the master's degree in June, 1952, poems are found in Oscr Williams edi- Call 2-3418 eve.& weekends. Burr Patt's 1209 S. University. )6
rom her son, Kenneth, played by popped incessantly throughout the must file a diploma application with tion.
from "The Old Lady Shows Her grueling six hours of question-and- the Recorder of the Graduate School CANARIES - Colorbred orange rollers.
by Friday, February 29. A student will Young Progressives of America: $15 each. Female $3-$5 each. Zebra
answer. not be recommended for a degree un- Semester organizational meeting. A Finches, $5 a pair. Mrs. Ruffins, 562
a less he has filed formal application in well-known science fiction author will S. Seventh. )8
the office of the Graduate School. discuss "Progress a n d Prediction."
-A L Election of officers. 7:30 p.m., 225 An- FOR RENTToa thuSudy
tT ® O p e n u IL Doctoral Students: Dissertations of gell Hall. Today thru Saturday
students expecting to receive the doc- ATTRACTIVE furnished apartment for
tor's degree in June, 1952, must be La Ptite Causette will meet from 3:30 two ma e students, private bath. -
y filed with the Recorder of the Gradu- -5:00 in the South Room of the Union $16.00 per week. Call Les Bennett,
-Zate School by Monday, April 14. Stu- Cafeteria. 9443. )7F
BULLETIN dents who submit their dissertations
after this date cannot be assured that GIRL WANTED to share an attractive
they will receive the degree at the end Coming Events 3 bedroom apartment, on Hill off
unusual circumstance of di- of the semester. Packard. $29.00 per month. Call 3-1009
recting his own play. The Daily Official Bulletin is an Motion Pictures, auspices of the Uni- after 5:30. )8F
official publication of the University Seminar in Electrochemistry. Sam- versity Museums. "Life Story of the
Johnson admits that he has "a of Michigan for which the Michigan uel H. Dreisbach will discuss "Agitation Fern," and "Life of a Plant." 7:30 p.m., CHARMING London home for rent or
hard time directing himself." Daily assumes no editorial responsi- of an Electrode-Electrolyte Interface Fri., Feb. 29, Kellogg Auditorium. exchange for Ann Arbor house or
Third on the bill will be the bility. Publication in it is construe- and Its Effect on the Electrode Poten- apartment this summer. July through
comedy, "The End of the Begin- tive notice to all members of the tial," Thurs., Feb. 28, 7 p.m., 1036 Canterbury Club: Holy Communion Sept. Call 7605, )9Fe a
by I . University. Notices should be sent in Chemistry *Building. Visitors are wel- at 7 a.m., Friday, followed by break-
ning," by Irish playwright Sean TYPEWRITTEN form to Room 2552 come. ROOMS FOR RENT
O'Casey. The play concerns a hus- Administration Building before 3 p.m.
band who takes over his wife's the day preceding publication (11 Seminar in Inorganic and Analytical SRA Iteultural Retreat. Satur DOUBLE ROOMS -- Half block from
___ne-clua Rtet Str ashaGARY
duties for a day, and the resulting a.m. on Saturday). Chemistry. Peter R. Girardot will speak day and Sunday Saline Valley Farms campus Linen furnished,ngas GAat
._nAraeSudoheRecto hot water, quiet and convenient. 417
pandemonium. THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 28,1952 Between Sodium and the Diammoniate Janese ,tudn t .careseav E
THRDY ERAY~ n" raeLtd fteRato aaneseaistuden t.i caere eave E. Liberty. )4R
panem__u C OPERA
VOL. LXIV, NO. 00 of Dibo3rane",ryat 7:0ypm.,iThurs Feb Lane Ht a,2e mH a t. M riakersev noon._____________
ROUNDING UP the evening's 28, 3003 Chemistry Building. Visitors tions at Lane Hall by Friday noon. LARGE DOUBLE for men, cookingefa-
RONIGU h vnn' are welcome. cilities, linen furnished. Student tw
bill of fare will be the Columbine Notices "' **ina Economics Club. 8 p.m., Mon., Mar. landlord. Call 2-7862. )3R PIus
and Harlequin legend, complicat- Seminar In Transonic Flow: Fri., Feb. Z, Rackham Amphitheater. Prof. C. F.
ed by a magic hat which makes Faculty, College of Engineering: 29, 4 p.m., 1504 E. Engineering. Prof. Remer, Department of Economics. APT. HUNTING? Try Apt. finding ser- Tangling with a Wildcat Blonde
its wearer invisible. Written by Meeting, Mon., March 3, 4:15 p.m., 348 R.C.F. Bartels will speak on Tricomic's "Japanese Views on Economic Develop- vice at the Campus Tourist Home.
SBen Hecht and K. S. Goodman, W. Engineering Building, problem for the mixed partial differ- ment." All staff members and students Filies wC1i
.'ential equation and the connection in Economics and Business Administra- Wii as. 3-ROD
the play is entitled "The Wonder Bronson-Thomas Annual German with the flow of a compressible fluid. tion. are invited. Others who are in- CAMERO_
Hat." Language Award open to juniors and terested will be welcome.
Tickets for tonight's and tomor- seniors now taking courses in German. Seminar in Applied Mathematics: Daily Classifieds in
The contest will be held at 2 p.m., Thurs,, Feb. 28, 4 p.m., 247 W. Engineer- Phi Beta Kappa: Annual meeting, "THE
row nightws performances are on Wed., March 26, in Room 102D, Tappan ing Bldg. Donald J. Ritchie will speak Wed., April 2, 4:15 p.m., Room 1035, Bring Quick Results SEA HORNET"
sale at the Lydia Mendelssohn Hall. The award of $50 will be present- on "Linear analysis of feedback con- Angell Hall. The Executive Board pro-
box office. All seats are 30 cents. ed to the student writing the best es- trol systems." poses amendments to the By-Laws to
say dealing with some phase of the _ev__e___na_________et__g______rn__g
development of German literature from Dcoa xmnto o orsb voted n at this meeting concerning
tue i to Doctoral examination o r Morris election of graduate students and
.10 1Sauretr Gwsets Post "tinto ;cm-"Bornstein, Economics; thesis: "Bank- change of initiation fees. Section 3 - II PAN HELLEN IC ASSOCIATION
should get application blanks and ing Policy and Economic Development: concerning Members in Course should
further information immediately in 108 A Brazilian Case Study", Thurs., Feb. be amended as follows: Delete last
Prof. Wesley H. Maurer, head Tappan Hall. 28, 105 Economics Bldg., 2 p.m. Chair- phrase of first paragraph "and from PRESENTS
of the journalism department, man, R. A. Musgrave. the students registered in the Gradu-
was named an officer of the new end return rules for women students: r aeSchol ag "candidates for an ad OUB E
Sigma Delta Chi Committee on it is imperative that the House Di- Doctoral examination for AlIb e r t aced degree". Delete paragraph 3
mose- Schwartz, Zoology; thesis: "The Land "It is further provided that graduates .
Freedom of Information, it was rector be notified in advance of de- Mammals of Southern Florida and the must be chosen from those who as un- -
announced yesterday. parture whenever any overnight per- Upper Florida Keys", Thurs., Feb. 28, dergraduates have not been eligible for
The committee was formed to mission is involved. A girl must sign 2089 Natural Science Bldg., 1:30 p.m. election to membership in this or any ..t
The ommiteewas orme toout the complete address and time of
keep an eye on censorship and return. Chairman, W. H. Burt. other Chapter." Section 4 "An initia-
suppression of news and tries to The House Director ust be notifiedionfee sevendollars shall be pai
suppesson o nes ad tres o Th Hose irecor ust e n ed Economics 51, 52, 53, 54 Makeup Final, by all members in course elected by
alr h ulct h agr fof any change in the date and hour of cooJs~ ',, au mb alMmesi oreeetdb AND HIS NEW
alert the public to tun, i ater than closing hoFri., March 7, 3 p.m., Room 207, Eco- this Chapter" shall be amended to read
such suppression- previously specified day. If unforseen nomics Bldg. "fee of ten dollars"
______________________--circumstances necessitate your calling The By-Laws may be amended by a
the Director after closing hours, dial Bacteriology Seminar Fri., Feb. 29, three-fourths vote of the active mem-
Read theUsniverst operator, 3-1511, andben a re Room 1514EMedical Bdg. sent any Annual MeetingEEof1952
UeSubject: Bacterial Toxins. Speakers: oieonmnt'ntcehsbn0-
she will connect you, proie n ot' oiehsbe
Daily Classifieds When returning from a week end Mr. Oswald Ganley, Mr. Walter Cala- given to all the active members.
or vacation away, whether at the speci- han, Mr. Raymond DeHaan. ju g"ve THE CITY SLICKERSand COMPANY OF 44
lied time or earlier, a girl must be in The date for petitions to the Hop- Hillel Friday evening services at 7:45
the house by closing -hours. ywood Committe er1 n .dba
Women'sJudiciaryCouncil e Folod b a sHill Auditorium --AnnArbor
1 1i w i1 p age 9. of the current Hopwood bule Professor Max Hutt, Assoc Professor, ii~i~ ijiii n

r1 J Personnel Interviews tin) has been extended to March 7. Dept. of psychology. MONDAY MARCH 17 - 8:00 P.M.
R.C.A. Victor Division, Camden, New Freshmen who have competed in the
J swthreepresentative on recent Hopwood contest may obtain "" """"" "
arch 3 and 4 onterviandiTday, their manuscripts in Hopwood Room G. B. SHAWS MAIL ORDERS NOW - USE THIS FORM I
TONIGHT at 8:30 who are interested in Research, Design on Fri., Feb. 29. MRS. WARREN'S ,l Checks payable to Panhellenic Association.
and Development, Manufacturing, and Nn-geriTolgySmn edt PheeicAn. Michigan League, Ann ArborI
TH N N NYSales Engineers as well as Chemists and Non-Algebraic Topology Seminar: I Send to LeaguellAnncArbor.,
THEaeNE AND ON.Ye t, anfacri, and Fri., Feb. 29, at 3 p.m., in Room 3011 PROFESSIONnA
Physicistsfo their Specialized Train-
ing Program. In addition they are in- A.H. Mr. Cross will speak on Saal- ENCLOSED with self-addressed, stamped envelope find .
terested in seeing Accountants and pe- frank's Retraction Properties for Nor- Opens for tickets at $1.80 for main floor seats.
sons for Purchasing, and Personnel and malausdorfSpaces. SATU AY, MARCH 1 I for tickets at $1.80 for center 1st balc. seats
Sales. There will be a group meeting Ad h h $ for tickets at $1.50 for remainder 1st balc. seats I
Monday morning at 8:30 in 4051 Ad- e dropped from $ for tickets at $1.20 for 2nd balcony seats I
ministration. No courses may er Fridryour March 16 I1These tickets wil admit me to the 800 p.m. show.
On March 3, Monday, Dr. Paul E. original eections after Friday, FebrEATERCLUBi
Willams wil be here to represent the ay2-AT HAE LB|Nm
SEATS STILL following coqmpanies interested in June Ann Arbor's I Addres I
ATS ILL jgraduates of the included Melds: Events Today Professional TheaterL----- - -------------------
AVAILABLE Youngstown Sheet and Tube Co.,d
Youngstown, Ohio (Metallurgical, Me- Congregational - Disciples G u i d.
In Conjunction with The School of Music
with the Little Symphony in
MARCH 5, 6, 7, 8 with
Box office open 10 A.M. to 5 P.M. Daily Elsa Lancaster
Admission 1.50 - 1.20 - 90c 'with Panhellenic



"The State of
the World"
Tickets 1 .25, 1.00, 50c
Box office hours:
10-12, 2-5, 7-8:30 P.M.
1951-52 Lecture Course


Fredric March
with Mildred Dunnock . Kevin McCarthb
- Coming Saturday --



Department of Speech Presenis
"The Old Lady Shows Her Medals"
"The Horatians and the Curatians"
"The End of the Bezinninu"



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