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TUESDAY, MARCH 4,

THE MICHIGAN DAILY

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LOdge, Stassen Charge
Weak U.S. Foreign Policy

week's tour with a
Dover before members
tary and Lions clubs.

speech in
of the Ro-

HE SAID some nations on the
fringe of the Soviet Union which
are trying to build resistance
against Russia are receiving "very
little encouragement from the
United States."
Stassen criticized the Voice of
America and said it should be
taken out of the State Depart-
ment.
The former Minnesota governor
predicted he would draw "con-
siderable" of the votes that
otherwise would have gone to
Gen. Douglas MacArthur in New
Hampshire's Republican primary.
In Berlin, N.H., U.S. Senator
Henry Cabot Lodge Jr. of Massa-
chusetts repeated his charges in
a speech last night that "failure
of leadership" in Washington in
1950 started a chain of other fail-
ures and created the threat of a
third world war.
Lodge is national chairman of
the movement to nominate Gen-
eral Dwight D. Eisenhower as the
Republican candidate for Presi-
dent.
f
Prof. Sinai Slated
For Speech Today
Today's School of Public Health
assembly will feature Prof. Nathan
Sinai, spesaking on "World
Health."
The assembly wil be held at 4.
p.m. in the School of Public
Health Auditorium.
Ph. 5651
SPECIAL ENGAGEMENT -
"Keeps the
heart
humming!"
Winchell

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ooks,
Klux
ands
wait-
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KLAN LEADER-Early Br
former leader of the Ku I
Klan in Fair Bluff, "N.C., sta
with hands folded while aw
ing bond in Whiteville,
Brooks was charged, after
rest by the FBI, with kidnap
and assault on Esther Lee F
23 years old, a Negro.
'.on Giovanj
on Tomnorroi

DAILY
OFFICIAL
BULLETIN

Mozart's Don Juan legend will
come to Ann Arbor tomorrow when
his famous opera, "Don Giovanni"
opens at 8 p.m. in the Lydia Men-
delssohn theatre.
Packed with rich music and
sparkling libretto, the .opera sings
the story of Don Giovanni, the fa-
bulous lover.
Tickets, which are becoming
scarce for Thursday and Friday
nights, are $1.50, $1.20 and 90c. A
special student rate is being of-
fered for Wednesday and Thurs-
day at 75c.

II

An Intimtate Theatre
Bringing Cinema Triumpls
From All Nations

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- THROUGH THURSDAY

From' 1:30
Daily

-- MINIATURES --
"HERE COMES THE BAND"
The filmed in Ann Arbor Story of the
U. of M. Marching Band"
Disney's "HOLD THAT POSE"

Admission
50c

The Daily Official Bulletin is an
official publication of the University
of Michigan for which the Michigan
Daily assumes no editorial responsi
bility. Publication in it is construc
tive notice to all members of th
University. Notices should be sent in
TYPEWRITTEN form to Room 255
Administration Building before 3 p.m
the day preceding publication (1
a.m. on Saturday).
TUESDAY, MARCH 4, 1952
VOL. LXII, No. 104
Notices
School of Business Administratio
Faculty meeting on Tues., March
3:30 p.m., Room 146 B.A.
Selective Service registrants are r
minded that applications for the S
lective Service Qualification Test mu
be postmarked no later than midnig
March 10, 1952. Any registrant who is
full-time college student and who h
not previously taken the test is eligib
to make application at any local Dra
Board. The test will be given on Ap
24, 1952. For additional informati
contast G. L. Hansen, Selective Servi
Counselor, Room 1056 Administrati
Building.
Scholarships: College of Literatur
Science, and the Arts.
Applications for scholarships for t
academic year 1952-1953 arer now ava
able in 1010 Angell Hall. All applic
tions must be returned to that off
by March 21, 1952. Applicants m
have had at least one semester
residence in this College.
Petitions for the coming Hillel Cou
cil elections are now available in t
Hillel Office in Lane Hall. All pe
tions are due March 10 at 5 p.m.
Student Legislature is coming to t
rescue of those who are having dii
culties with their income tax. Train
studelts will help those in need. J
contat Fred Horwitz, 3-8508.
Teaching Opportunities in Flint:
representative of the Flint Pub
Schools will be at the Bureau of A
pointments and Occupational Inform
tion today to interview all candida
interested in teaching in the Fl
school system. For appointment call
3528 Administration Building or pho
University extension 2614.
Summer Positions: Students intere
ed in summer employment will h
an opportunity to examine the Bure
of Appointments' personnel reque
from camps, resorts, and industr
Wednesday afternoon, 1 to 5 p.r
Room 3 B, Union. Those students w
have not yet registered for summer e
ployment may do so at that time.
Personnel Interviews
THE ARMED FORCES SECURI
AGENCY will be on the campus, We
March 5, to interview men graduat
in June in mathematics (statistics)
linguistics (Slavic tongues) for co
munications work.
THE BOY SCOUTS OF AMERICA A~
have a representative on the can
Wed., March 5, to talk with men int
ested in working for this organizati
June graduates are eligible.
THE MARATHON CORPORATION
Menasha, Wis., will be here Wed., Ma
5, to see June graduates for the follo
ing positions: accounting, person
general business, engineering and che
istry. There will be a group meeting
8:15 that morning in 3516 dministrati
Building for those interested.
REYNOLDS METALS COMPANY,
Richmond, Va., will be here Thu
March 6, (in the morning) to interv
business administration students w
majors in accounting, personnel m
agement and psychology.
WASHINGTON NATIONAL INSU
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ANCE COMPANY of Evanston, Ill., will { requests for records to be played to
have a representative on the campus Margaret Strand, undergraduate office,
on Thurs, March 6, to interview June League.
graduates for their Group Training Pro-
grain and also for their Actuarial De- International Student Association.
partment. A group meeting will be held General meeting, 7:30 p. m., League, 3d
at 8:30 a. in., 3516 Administration Build- floor.
Ing, for those interested
U. S. RUBBER of Mishawaka, Wis., Congregational-Disciples Guild: Tea,
will be here on Thurs., March 6, to talk 4:30 to 6 p. m., Guild House. Study
4 to June and August graduates, of busi- group on "Fundamentals of Christian
ness administration, LSA; chemical en- Faith", 7 to 8 p. in., Guild House.
gineering, chemistry and mechanical
engineering.
GENERAL ELECTRIC COMPANY of Students for Democratic Action.
Schenectady, N. Y., will be at the Bu- Meeting, 7:30 p m., Union.
e reau of Appointments on Fri., March 7,
to interview June men for their busi- Society for Peaceful Alternatives:
2 ness training course. They will see not Movie "Peace Will Win", a documentary
only accounting and business adminis- peacesfilm produced in Warsaw with
I tration majors but also other college sceres from Korean War. 8 p. in., Ar-
graduates who are interestedin enter- chitectural Auditorium. Admission
ing the business world through ac- charge.
counting experience. There will be a
group meeting in 216 Business Adminis- Young Republicans and the Ann Ar-
tration Bldg, Thurs., March 6, 8:30. bor GOP will learn brass-tack politics
Personnel Requests when Edward Hartley, Detroit precinct
THE DIXIE SHOPS, INC., Ann Arbor, organizer, tells about principles of Or-
has an opening for an assistant store ganization. 7:30 p. in., Council Chamb-
manager. Some experience in apparel er, City Hall (Huron & Fifth).
' shops is desired but not necessary.
EMERSON ELECTRIC MANUFAC- Religion-in-Life Policy Committee
TURING COMPANY of St. Louis, Mis- meets at Lane Hall, 4 p. m.
e- souri, has openings for electrical en-
e- gineers (with particular interest in the Square Dance Group meets at Lane
st power phase of electrical engineering Hall, 7:15 p.m. All interested students
tt or electronics), mechanical engineers, welcome.
a industrial engineers, metallurgical en- we___me_
as gineers in addition to business adminis-
tle tration students for openings in their Kappa Phi: Methodist church.meeting binet
ft sales department. members are urged to be present.
ril THE KROPP FORGE COMPANY of
On Chicago, Ill., has openings for metal-
ce lurgical and mechanical engineers for Com m Events
On positions in Sales, Production, Indus-
trial, Operations, Maintenance, Quality Wesleyan Guild: School of Christian
Control, Process Engineering, and WelynGidScolfChsta
e, Equipment Design. Living, 6 p. irr., Wed., March 5, at the
For further information, appoint- Guild. Guest speaker will be Mr. Walter
he mets, andtapplication blanks contact R. Drury. Guilders are urged to attend
il- the Bureau of Appointments, 3528 Ad- the assembly at 8:30 p. in. on Wernes-
a- ministration Building, Ext. 371. day at the Rackham Hall when Dr.
ice Bernard Iddings Bell will speak on "Re-
ust -ligion and Knowledge".
of Lectures
Forum on College and University
University Lecture, auspices of the Teaching. Rackham Amphitheater, Fri.,
n- Great Lakes lnstitute "The Circulation March 7, 3-5 p. m. "How to Assist Col-
he Problem in Lakes and Oceans." Colum- lege Students to Learn". Presentation:
ti- bus O. Iselin, Research Oceanographer. Irving H. Anderson, Professor of Edu-
Harvard University, and Director of the cation. Panel: Algo D. Henderson,
Oceanographic Institution, Woods Hole, Chairman; Roger W. Heyns, Assistant
.he Massachusetts. 4:15 p.m., Tues., March Professor of Psychology; Wilbert J.
i- 4, Rackham Amphitheater. McKeachie, Assistant Professor f Psy-
ied chology. This is the second of five
hst Academic Notices meetings of the Forum, same time and
place on successive Fridays. Graduate
Sociology Colloquium: Professor The- students, teaching fellows, members cf
A adore M. Newcomb, Sociology Depart- the faculty of the University welcome.
iC ment, will speak on, "Some Observa-
p- tions on Social Scientific Activities in Congregational-Disciples Guild: Sup-
a- Western Europe," Wed., March 5, 4:15 per Discussion groups, 5:30 to 7 p. in.,
tes p.m., East Conference Room, Rackham Wed., March 5, Guild House.
int Bldg. Everyone interested is invited to
at attend.
ne s Undergraduate Botany Club. Meeting,
DOCTORAL EXAMINATION for Doro- 7:30 p. in, Wed., March 5, at Dr. Clo-
thy Twichell Chappell, Psychology; er's house, 1522 Hill St. Speaker: Prof.
st- thesis: "Reduction of Spasticity in Bartlett, 8 p. m.
ave Paraplegia by the Use of Hypnosis",
au Wed., March 5, West Council Room,Eisenhow for President Club. Meet-
sts Rackham Bldg., 3 p. m. Chairman, D. ing Wed., March 5, 8 p. . Union.
Ces G. Marquis. ULLR Ski Club: Meeting and movies.
iho B T 7:30 p. in., Wed., March 5, Room 3B,
March 4, 4 p. in., 1514 E. Medical Bldg. Union.
m- Dr. N. Visconti of the Genetics Depart-
ment of the Carnegie Institute at Cold
Springs Harbor will speak on "Genetics 7:30 p. i., Wed., March 5. Small Ball-
TY of Bacteriophage".r
TY ORIENTATION SEMINAR (Mathema- room, Union,
tics):HWed., March 5, 2 p. in., 3001 An- Hillel Social Committee. Meeting, 7:15
onr gell Hall. Mrs. Kampe will speak onpinWdMrh5LaeHl.Al
or 'Sinula Pontsof FrstOrdr Odi-p. mn., Wed., March 5, Lane Hall. All
or "Singular Points of First Order Ordi- interested people are invted
m- nary Differential Equations". tse o r v .
GEOMETRY SEMINAR: Wed., March Michigan Arts Chorale will have its
wil 5, 4:10 p. in., 3001 Angell Hall, Prfes-reuarhaslatLnHl,7p.m
u sar Rain ich will continue his talk on regular rehearsalsLane allRackiam
er- "Generalized Equivalence Relations and Building for the Religion in Life pro-
on. Projective Geometry".Blg t R in.p
LOGIC SEMINAR: Tues., March 4, gram.
of 3:10 p. in., 3011 Angell Hall. Mr. Prins Religion-in-Life Lecture, Rackham
rch will continue his talk on "The Con- Lecture Hall, Wed., March 5, 8:30
w- cept of Truth to Formal Logic". m. Canon Bernard Iddings Bell will
iel, speak on the subject: "Religion and
,mE en sToday Knowledge". Reception at Lane Hall
at following the lecture.
Ian Science Research Club: Meeting, 7:30
ofp.i., Rackhara Amphitheatre. Pro- Scabbard and Blade. Active members
r. gram: Gene Control of Enzyme Syn- will be expected to attend the meeting,
rw thesis, Clement L. Markert, Zoology; Wed., March 5, 7:45 p. in., TCB in uni-
Ith New Techniques in Radioactive Tracer form. Important.
ith Research, Henry Gomberg, Electrical Scabbard and Blade members wishing
an- Engineering, to attend the Military Ball Scabbard
and Blade Banquet must make reserva-
JR- Christian Science Organization: Tes- tions with Chuck Reinke, 906 Packard,
timonial meeting, 7:30 p. in, Upper before Wed., March 5.
Room, Lane Hall,
C Pershing Rifles: All members with
Deutscher Verein - German C 1 u b. money to return on the Military Ball
Meeting, 7:30 p. in., Union. Speaker: Dr. should contact Jim McNally, 6812 Goi-
Raschen Songs and refreshments,: berg House, South Quad, or Bill Fish-
_______er, 404 Strauss, EQ immediately. All
Mathematics Club: 8 p. in., West Con- tickets and money must be returned by
ference Room, Rackham Bldg. Professor Thursday night, March 6.
E. E. Moise will speak on "Some Ele-
mentary Theorems on Combinatorial CONTINUOUS FROM 1 P.M
Topology of 3-Manifolds".
A movie, "Journey into Medicine", StartsT
will be shown by the Premedical Society
at 7:30 p. in., 1200 Chem. Bldg.
Wolverine Club: Meeting, 7:45 p. .in,
Garden Room, League. All students are

League Co-Ed Record Concert 8:30-10 "C
x p. in., League Library. c a k U
Program:
Handel-Water Music. hour
Mozart-Piano Concerto K. 488 (Rubin-
stein).,sc itflmse
Mendelssohn-Italian Symphony. Send such mirthful maste
Little island'!"-N.Y. w
"Witty, warn
There's NO LESSON
for you here .. in
Psychology, Biology
or Dermatology!
BUT.
if it's Laughter
you're
after
Hie Ye Here
oftic DEAN JERRY
ir MARTIN "LEWIS
n.
MANEUVERS!
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RAFAEL -KUBELIK
Conductor
ARTHUR oRUMIAUX
Violinist
SUNDAY 8:30
MARCH 9
HILL AUDITORIUM
Tickets $2.50, $2.00, $1.50
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Vorld-Telegram & Sun
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"Hilarious!.'..
A Choice Film"
-Time Magazine
Happies
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One of the funniest films
in years!
ALASTAIR MARGARET
SIM - RUTHERFORD
A LAUNDER-GILLIAT FILM from the if-
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