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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

FRIDAY, MAY 19, 1952

FRIDAY, MAY 18, 1952

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Taft, Kefauver Lead Race

SEN. KEFAUVER
the delegate race

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Sen. Russell of Georgia and Gov.
G. Mennen Williams lead the field
among the 13 other Democrats
who have delegates pledged to
them. Russell's total is 43 while
Williams controls Michigan's 40
delegates. President Truman has
six delegates from Alaska and six
from Hawaii.
A poll of Michigan Republican
convention delegates yesterday
gave Gen. Eisenhower an 11 to 9
edge over Taft with 26 delegates
noncommittal.
Chapel Will
Be Dedicated
Dedication of the new parish
house and the Lloyd C. Douglas
Memorial Chapel of the Congre-
gational Church will take place
Sunday, church officials announ-
ced yesterday.
The Rev. Dr. Leonard Parr, min-
ister of the church, will preach
the dedicatory sermon, "The
Church's Affirmation," at a public
service at 10:45 a.m. Sunday.
The Rev. Dr. Harold Skidmore,
superintendent of the Michigan
Conference o f Congregational
Churches, will bring greetings
from other churches in the con-
ference.
At 3 p.m., there will be a small
service dedicating the Douglas
Chapel, which is named after Lloyd
C. Douglas, author of "The Robe,"
and minister at the Ann Arbor
church from 1916 to 1921.
ENSIAN Distribution
Today and Tomorrow
at Student Publ. Bldg.

'Ensian Sales
The 1952 Michiganensians
will be distributed from 8:30
a.m. to 5:30 p.m. today and to-
morrow at the Student Publi-
cations Building at 420 May-
nard.
Those who have already pur-
chased their 'Ensians must pre-
sent receipt stubs before receiv-
ing their yearbook.
'Ensians will be sold over the
counter both today and tomor-
row to persons who have not
yet purchased theirs.
MacArthur
Sees Military
State Near
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in an artifically induced psy-
chosis of war hysteria and nur-
tured upon the incessent propa-
ganda of fear."
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"In foreign affairs," the Gener-
al charged, our policy-or more
truthfully our lack of policies-
have been weak and vacillating
and largely dictated from abroad.
From the acknowledged leader-
ship of the world six years ago, we
have drifted into an equivocal po-
sition in which 6ur main influence
seems to be confined to that of'
paymaster."
He later suggested that money
spent abroad might better have
been spent on such propects as
Missouri Valley flood control.
SPEAKING OF ultimate policy
in Asia, he said that "the dread-
ful fear is growing in many patri-
otic hearts that the decision will
be to scuttle the Pacific-a yield-
ing to the Iron Curtain of all our
traditional friends and alliances
and the raw resources of that half
of the globe so vital in the balance
of world power."
MacArthur closed his 40 min-
ute speech with a warning ex-
pressed one time by George
Washington: "Let none but
Americans stand guard tonight."
The General was a commanding
figure as he stood before the ros-
trum in the Capitol Bldg. to de-
liver his speech at 8 p.m. All dur-
ing the day's crowded schedule
he wore the uniform, adding his
famous trench coat and "scram-
bled egg" hat when he traveled in
the mile long parade through
Lansing at 3:30 p.m.
Ansestimated 75,000 people
helped welcome the General along
the parade route and scores of
children pressed around his car
to greet him persopally.
Earlier the General was feted
at a gigantic luncheon in State's
new Kellog Center for hotel ad-
ministration where the MacAr-
thur party stayed overnight last
night. In a separate luncheon Mrs.
MacArthur was honored by hun-
dreds of Michigan women who
gathered for the day's festivities.
Final Astronomy
Lecture Tonight
Prof. Dean B.,McLauglin will
speak on "Navigation Between the
Planets" at the last in the series
of the astronomy department's
visitors' nights at 8 p.m. today at
the Angell Hall Observatory.
Following the illustrated talk
the fifth floor observatory will be
open for observations of Saturn
and a double star.

Russel Prize
Conferred
On Gooberg
Prof. Henry J. Gomberg, of the
engineering college and assistant
director of the Michigan-Memorial
Phoenix Project was named reci-
pient of the 27th annual Henry
Russell Award for 1951-52 yester-
day by President Harlan H. Hatch-
er.
President Hatcher announced
the award at Rackham Auditor-
ium preceeding the Henry Russell
Lecture delivered by Prof. David
M. Dennison of the physics de-
partment.
The award is conferred each
year upon the faculty member
with the rank of instructor or
assistant professor whose work
as a researcher or teacher is
outstanding and holds great
promise for the future.
A native of New York City, Prof.
Gomberg's principal work is in
the field of new high-resolution
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GRANGER " WINTERS

PROF. HENRY J. GOMBERG
methods of detecting and measur-
ing nuclear radiation and the
study of effects of radiation
Following his graduation from
the University in 1941 with a
Bachelor of Science in Engineer-
ing degree, Prof. Gomberg joined'
the University as a research engi-
neer and was named an electrical
engineering instructor in 1942.
In 1950 he became assistant
professor of electrical engineering
and the following year he was
named assistant director of the
Phoenix Project. In 1951 Gomberg
was awarded his degree of Doctor
of Philosophy by the University.
The honor of delivering the Hen-
ry Russell Lecture which this year
was given to Prof. Dennison, falls
annually to the faculty member
adjudged to have achieved the
highest distinction in his chosen
field of scholarship.
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VOL. LXII, No. 159
Notices
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Engineering Bldg.
Late Permission: Because of the In-
ternational Ball, all women students
have a 1:30 a.m. late permission on
Fri., May 16.
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