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'WO THE MICHIGAN DAILY SATUR

DAY, FEBRUARY 23, 1951

tory department, will speak to the
revitalized club on the topic "How
and Should Liberals Organize."
The opening meeting will be held
at 7:45 p.m. Tuesday in the
Union.
A division of the national Amer-
icans for Democratic Action, SDA
groups operate on about 75 cam-
puses throughout the country.
Like the senior ADA organization,
SDA has no for pal affiliation
with any party, but it endorses
candidates at will.
* * *
THE LIBERAL club is being
reorganized by Paul Marx, '53, Ed
Friedman and Fred Yeager. Ac-
cording to Marx, the once-exis-
tent SDA group on campus col-
lapsed'from lack of student inter-
est.
Marx explained that SDA, like
the national organization, is
opposed to both extreme right
and extreme left views, "but
this in no way limits free dis-
cussion."
Various SDA groups on the na-
tion's campuses have adopted a
student bill of rights, of which
one of the salient principles is the
belief that "a spoon-fed educa-
tional program denies American
students their faith in democracy
and prepares them poorly for life
in the world of competing ideas."
The ADA and its branch organ-
izations have been in existence
since 1947. They were established
for the purpose of uniting Ameri-
ca's unorganized progressives and
liberals.

Newsweek
Answers
MacArthur
NEW YORK - (JP)-- Newsweek
Magazine said yesterday it gave
Gen. Douglas MacArthur an op-
portunity to read and comment
on a story about him in advance
of publication and had "confi-
dence that it reflected his present
attitudes accurately."
The story said MacArthur pre-
ferred Taft as Republican presi-
dential candidate, but would
"gladly support" either Harold E.
Stassen or Gen. Dwight D. Eisen-
hower if one of them beat Taft
for the nomination.
In a statement, Newsweek said:
"Having given him an oppor-
tunity to read and comment on it
in advance of its publication, we

CONGRESSIONAL ACTORS:
Representative Suggests

Congress Ap
By BARBARA GOLDBLUM
"Tune in next week for your
next exciting session of CObgress
over station WTV."
This might be the signature of
an announcer of the future if
Rep. Jacob Javitz's suggestion for
television of Congressional ses-
sions be put into operation.
* * *
SOME OF the members of the
political science department have
advanced suggestions as to how
the projected program might be
run.
The consensus of opinion is
that all of the general sessions
should not be televised since
much of the work of Congress
is routine and would hold little
audience appeal.
Also, as Prof. John Lederle re-
marked, many of the constitu-
ents would be rudely surprised to
find that a large majority of their
elected representatives were not
present at many of the drier ses-
sions.
PROF. JOSEPH Kallenbach no-
ted that to televise all sessions
would give a distorted view of
individual members.
"Some members are not bril-
liant debaters and do not par-
ticipate actively but are still

pear on TV
very good in committee and
problem studies." he said.
Prof. Lederle on the other hand
felt that the proceedings of the
general sessions were too unpre-
dictable to be televised directly.
* . .
ALSO THE ocQasional use of a
camera would tend to make the
membersself-conscious.
He proposed that sessions
other than the routine ones be
filmed and the most interesting
portions be excerpted for a tele-
vision show.
If the floors of both houses
were uninteresting, a committee in
action could be photographed,
Prof. Lederle proposed.
Prof. George Peek agreed with
his two colleagues that Congress
TV would be instructive and inter-
esting as well.
But he is less optimistic about
its realization, placing it within
the same realm of possibility as a
rocket trip to the moon.
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had good reason for
dence that'it reflected
attitudes accurately."
However, Newsweek
whether MacArthur
any comment on the

our confi-
his present
did not say
had made
article.

The general issued a statement
Thursday in which he said "mis-
leading headlines, captions and
advertisements" tended to "create
the impression that I am favor-
able to the nomination of General
Eisenhower as the Republican
candidate for the presidency and
that I have a personal hatred of
President Truman."

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LOST AND FOUND
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missing. Lost vicinity of 3 Tap. Hall.
597 Jordan. 31561. )8L
REWARD-History 93' notes lost.
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WRONG gray- gabardine coat taken from
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picking up coat call Al Logelin,
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REWARD - Lost man's brown wallet
Tues. night between Law Club &
Union, contains valuable I.D. & pap-
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Club. )13L
FOR SALE
TUX, 6 business suits, sport coat (size
38 & 40), various golf clubs, Bruns-
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House. 24401. )16
1951 FORD OVERDRIVE
CUSTOM V-8 TUDOR
fully equipped, 7,000 miles.
$1795. Phone 27559
MICHIGAN MEN WANTED! - WHO
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shirts-35c-3 for $1.00. White "T"
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FOR SALE-V-M 3 speed phonograph in
portable case. Call Phil 2-3781. )21
ROYAL Standard typewriter in good
condition. Vintage unknown. I'm not
anxious to part with it but, $25 would
cause me to make up my mind. Ph.
3-4145. )2
FOR RENT
ATTRACTIVE furnished apartment. 5
rooms, private bath. Studio apart-
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Graduate students. Phone 5201. )5F
ROOMS FOR RENT
IWANTED-Young woman to share at-
tractive apartment near campus. All
facilities, $32.00 a month. Call 3-0425
between 5-8 p.m. )17R
CAMBRIDGE 1430-Single or double for
men, private shower, lots of closets,
quiet home. )13R
ONE ROOM for male student. 509 Wal-
nut, phone 30807. Close to campus-
arrange terms. )15R
DOUBLE ROOM, kitchen privileges.
6161 W. Madison. Call after 5:30. 7398.
11R
2-2-ROOM suites, suitable for 2, 3, or
4 people. On campus, 20542. )10R
ROOMS for men who would like a quiet
place to live. Fraternity section.
1402 Hill St., call after 5:30. )9R
STUDENTS interested in boarding at
fraternity call 2-9431. )1X
DOUBLE ROOMS - Half block from
campus. Linen furnished, gas heat,
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desired. Convenient, reasonable, e$
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landlord. Call 2-7862. )3R

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MISCELLANEOUS
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MENT. Doctor Kenneth N. Wester-
man. Member of the Research Com-
mittee Nat. Association Teachers of
Singing. Phone 6584. )15M
BOARD for women. North side cam-
pus. Call Joyce Gendzwill, 21017.
) 13M
MEALS at Fraternity House, good food,
reasonable prices. Call 28312. )6M
FOR (Beauty Counselors Cosmetics)
creams, colognes, 'soap, etc. for both
men & women, Phone 2-5152. )5M
IF YOU CAN phone 6007, you can order
magazine subscriptions from the Stu-
dent Periodical Agency. )234

APT. HUNTING? Try Apt. finding ser-
vice at the Campus Tourist Home.
Families welcome. Cook Priv. 518 E.
Williams. 3-8454.
ATTRACTIVE large room, 6 windows,
near campus. Graduate, business or
professional girl. Extra room on first
floor for entertaining, laundry privi-
leges. 829 Tappan Ave . )18
PERSONAL
AS LONG as you are -a man, thousandp
of girls on campus are waiting for
you. Get yourself a date! )5P

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DAILY OFFICIAL .BULLETIN

WANTED TO BUY

LADIES second hand, inexpensive bike.
Call Shirley Josepher 2-2591. )13

John Crowe Ransom, disting-
uished poet and educator, will lec-
ture at 4:15 p.m. Tuesday, in
Kellogg Auditorium, on the topic,
"Why Critics Do Not Go Mad."
The noted poet's varied career
began in the hill surrounded town
of Pulaski, Tennessee, where he
was born in 1888. After receiving
his degree from Vanderbilt Uni-
versity, he won the Rhodes Schol-
arship and went on to Oxford
University to continue his studies.
Soon afterwards, Ransom re-
ceived an appointment to Vander-
bilt University,,his old alma mater.
After an extended teaching career
in Tennessee, he moved to Kenyon
College, Ohio, where he founded,
the Kenyon Review, a famous
literary journal. Some of his later
works include "God Without
Thunder" and "The New Criti-
cism."

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 the
University. Notices should be sent in
TYPEWRITTEN form to Room 2552
Administration Building before 3 p.m.
the day preceding publication (11
a.m. on Saturday).
SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 23, 1952
VOL. LXIV, NO. 96
Notices
Late permission for women students
who attended Joan of Lorraine Febru-
ary 20 and 21 will be no .ater than
10:50 p.m.
Because of Caduceus dance, all women
students have a 1:30 a.m. late permis-
sion on Sat., Feb. 23.
Lectures
University Lecture, auspices of the
Department of Biological Chemistry.
"The Biosynthesis of Steroid Hor-
mones." Dr. William J. Haines, The
Upjohn Company, Kalamazoo, 10:30
a.m., Sat., Feb. 23, Rackham Amphi-
theater.
University Lecture, auspices of the
Departments of Psychology and Oph-
thalmology. "Defective Color Vision:
Its Classification and Description."
Prof. W. D. Wright, Professor of Op-
tics, University of London. 4:15 p.m.,
Mon., Feb. 25, Kellogg Auditorium.
University Lecture in Journalism,
auspices of the Department of Jour-
nalism. "The Constantly Changing
Newspaper." NATHANIEL B. HOWARD,
editor of the Cleveland News. 3 p.m.,
Mon., Feb. 25, Rackham Amphitheater.
Academic Notices
Rotating Seminar in Mathematical
Statistics: Sat., Feb. 23, 2:15 p.m.,
3201 Angell Hall. Speakers: D. A.
Darling, University of Michigan, and

Prof.yBenjamin Epstein, Wayne Uni-
versity.
Seminar in Complex Variables: Mon.,
Feb. 25, 2:30 p.m., Room 247 W. E. Mr.
Crisler will complete his presentation
of the Hardy-Littlewood Theorem.
Make-up Examination in Botany 1
and Botany 3 for students with ex-
cused absences, who missed the regu-
lar final examination for the Fall se-
mester, will be given Friday, February
29, at 4:30 p.m., in Room 2023, Na-
tural Science.
Actuarial Seminar: Mon., Feb. 25,
3 p.m., 3017 Angell Hall. Mr. W. I.
Struble, Assistant Actuary of The Tra-
velers, will speak on "Rate-Making
Procedures for Group Accident and
Health Insurance." Actuarial students
are invited' to attend.
Events Today
Saturday Luncheon Discussion Group,
Lane Hall, 12:15 p.m. Discussion by a
panel made up of those students who
attended the Student Volunteer Move-
ment Conference.
Faculty Sports Night. I.M. Building,
7:30 p.m. Swimming Pool and indoor
sports equipment will be available to
faculty families and guests. For fur-
ther information telephone Mrs. Dixon,
25-8475.

Inter-Arts Union. Meeting in the
League at 2:30. Manuscripts accepted
for the Festival in March.
Coming Events
Annual Brotherhood Dinner, Lane
Hall, Mon., 6 p.m. Speaker: Dr. Ed-
win E. Aubrey, University of Pennsyl-
vania; subject: "Brotherhood: Hopoc-
risy or Reality". All students and fac-
ulty are invited. Telephone Lane Hall
for reservations.
Religion-in-Life luncheon, Union,
Tues., Feb. 26. Speaker:hDr.,Edwino.
Aubrey, University of Pennsylvania.
Subject: "Religion in Higher Educa-
tion, All faculty members invited.
Telephone Lane Hall for reservations.
Graduate Outing Club will meet in
the rear of the Rackham Bldg., 2 p.m.,
Sun.. Feb. 24.
League Co-ed Record Concert. Sun.,
Feb. 24, 8:30-10 p.m. Program: Bach-
Musical Offering (Prades Festival); Bee-
thoven--6th Symphony; Villa-Lobos-
Uirapuru. All concerts In League Li-
brary.
Assembly Newspaper. Meeting, of all
those working on the newspaper, 4 p.m.,
Mon., Feb. 25, League. New staff mem-
bers welcome.

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Chicago Meeting
Five members of the University
school of education are attending
a meeting of the American Asso-
ciation of Colleges for Teacher
Education in Chicago.
Participating in the conference,
which will conclude today, are
Dean Willard C. Olson, and Pro-
fessors Howard Jones, Claude
Eggertson, John Trytton- and
James. B. Edmondson.

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