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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

TUESDAY, FEBRUARY 24, 1953

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TATE'S LARGEST CLASS:
Students Learn Via WUOM Programs

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Myers Wins
High Office
In State YD'
Dorothy Myers, '55 was unani-
mously chosen vice-president of
the Michigan Young Democrats
at an all-state reorganization con-
vention held in the Union.
The local YD's, who played host
to representative c h a p t e r s
throughout the state Sunday, also
saw two other delegates named to
key junior party positions.
VICTOR BAUM, '46, a Detroit
attorney, was elected state presi-
dent and Pauline Schram of Lan-
sing was named national commit-
teewoman.
Miss Myers is a member of the
local YD group and a member of
The Daily.
In a twenty-minute address,
Neil Staebler, Democratic State
Chairman, outlined a five-point
program which the junior group
should follow during the year.
Stressing the party's inability to
communicate either with the pub-
lic or party members due to a
"one party press," Staebler recom-
mended a state-wide "Democratic
coffee-hour."
* * *
THE ESSENTIAL aim of this
"coffee hour" is to have informal
discussion groups formed where
public opinion may be tested on
various party policies; Staebler
said.
He pointed to the need of the
party in organizing precincts
within the state. "We tend to
take the organization problem
as a matter of faith," he went
on, "but in reality less than five
per cent of the state is organ-
ized."

Tues., Feb. 24, 4:15 p.m., Rackham Am-
phitheater.
Mr. Arthur Knight, film critic for the
Saturday Review of Literature .and lec-
turer on modern movie techniques at
C.C.N.Y. and the New School, will lec-
ture on "The Revolution in Hollywood"
this Wednesday afternoon, Feb. 25, at
4:10, in Auditorium C, Angell Hall. The
talk will deal largely with the new
Cinerama medium. Auspices of the
English Department.
Academic Notices
Graduate Students expecting to re-
ceive the master's degree in June, 1953,
must file a diploma application with
the Recorder of the Graduate School
by Friday, February 27. A student will
not be recommended for a degree un-
less he has filed formal application in
the office of the Graduate School.
Doctoral Examination for Alonzo Ed-
win Stoddard, Jr., Physics; thesis: "The
Radioactive Decay of Osmium 191, Irid-
ium 192, Cesium 134, and Tungsten
187." Tues., Feb. 24, West Council Room,
Rackham Bldg., 2 p.m. Chairman, J. M.
Cork.
Seminar in Hilbert Spaces will meet
Tues., Feb. 24, at 7:30 p.m. in 247 West
Engineering.
Speech 31(sec.14), 31(sec.1), 32(sec.1),
163, 286, 31(sec.11) and 31(sec.12) will
meet at their scheduled hours in Room
18, Angell Hall on Tues., Wed., and
Thurs., Feb. 24, 25, and 26, instead of
Room 4208.
Engineering Mechanics Seminar. Prof.
D. C. Drucker, of Brown University,
will speak on "Stress-Strain Relations
in The Plastic Range-Basic Experi-
mental Information and Theory" at
3:15 p.m. on Wed., Feb. 25, in 311,
West Engineering Building.
Seminar in Mathematical Statistics
will meet on Tuesdays, 2-4 p.m. in
Room 3217 A.H. The seminar topic will
be non-parametric methods. First meet-
ing Tues., Feb. 24. Mr. R. L. Wine will
speak. All interested are welcome.
Mathematics Colloquium. At 4:10 on
Tues., Feb. 24, in 3011 Angell Hall, Dr.
George Livesay will speak on Unicoher-
ence and Real Valued Mappings of
Spheres.
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RADIO EDUCATION--Teacher and student rehearse for WUOM
educational series program.

Washtenaw and surrounding coun-
ties.
The series originated in the
fall of 1950. Originally limited to
Washtenaw County, the program
has expanded until it now covers
all of Michigan. Its fundamental
purpose was to serve the schools
in rural areas where educational
opportunities are limited but
since urgan areas were found to
benefit from it too, the programs
are now sent to cities also.
Twenty-one stations over the
state cooperate in broadcasting the
programs, which are tuned in di-
rectly in the classroom. Parents
can hear this educational process
by flicking their radios on at home.
Trips for Spartan
Games Announced
The Wolverine Club announced
yesterday it will provide trans-
portation for sports fans making1
the trip to East Lansing for the
University's hockey game with Mi-
chigan Mtate there March 4 and
the basketball tilt March 7.
Tickets, including bus ride and
admission to the Wolverine-Spar-
tan games, will $3.50 and $3.90.
They go on sale at 1 p.m. tomor-
row in the Administration Bldg.
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Twin Fires Hit
AA House,_Shop
Fires breaking out within three
hours of each other damaged a
three story frame rooming house
on E. University and the Madem-
oiselle Town and College Shop
Sunday afternoon.
The fire at the Mademoiselle
Shop is believed to have started
in the alley and spread to the
basement.
The fire on_ E. University was
discovered by a Livonia fireman
who helped shut off thirOd inor
rooms to impede the flames which
damaged bedrooms on the third
floor and caused water damage to
the first and second floors.

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official publication iof the University
of Michigan for which the Michigan
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University. Notices should be sent in
TYPEWRITTEN form to Room 2552
Administration Building before 3 p.m.
the day preceding publication (before
11 a.m. on Saturday.)
TUESDAY, FEBRUARY 24, 1953
Vol. LXII, 'No. 95
Notices
Student Tea. President and Mrs.
Hatcher will be at home to students
from 4 to 6 o'clock, Wednesday, Feb.
25.
Regents' Meeting, Fri., March 20, at
10 am.nCommunications for considera-
tion at this meeting must be in the
President's hands not later than March
12.
Will anyone who knows the wereabouts
of Yvonne Arnold, Nancy Lynn, or Lee
N. Arnold, or has information concern-
ing them, please communicate with
Frank J. Landgraf, Unclaimed Equities
Division, Prudential Insurance Com-
pany, Newark, New York,
The Behavioral Sciences Division of
the Ford Foundation has announced a
program of thirty fellowships for grad-
uatestudy in the behavioral sciences.
These fellowships are available only to
college graduates from a selected group
of institutions who have not as under-
graduates concentrated in such behav-
ioral sciences as Psychology, Sociology,
and Anthropology, but who now wish
to prepare themselves in these fields.
The University of Michigan has been
asked to nominate four candidates for
these fellowships. Applicants must:
1. Be a Senior or recent graduate from
one of the selected institutions.
2. Have concentrated in a field oth-
er than the behavioral sciences as an
undergraduate.
3. Present evidence of superior aca-
demic performance.
4. Present evidence of sincere inter-
est in advanced work in scientific
study of human behavior.
5. Present evidence of acceptance at
some accredited graduate school be-
fore receiving the actual stipend. Ap-
plications should be made before
March 2 on forms to be obtained at the
office of the Graduate School. Awards
will be announced on April 1.

CARTOON - NEWS
THURSDAY
"I DON'T CARE GIR L"

Starts Wednesday

Camp Personnel: Mrs. Cugull of
Camp Q-Gull, Charlevoix, Michigan
will be at the Bureau of Appointments
Tuesday, Feb. 24, 1953 to interview coun-
selors, specialists, and camp nurses.
For further information contact the
Bureau of °Appointments, 3528 Admin-
istration Building, telephone Univer-
sity extension 2614.
Martha Cook Building: Women having
application blanks for residence in
Martha Cook for September 1953 should
torn them in at once. Acceptances for
next year will be made by March 15.
If interested, immediate action is nec-
essary.
Freshman Hopwood Contest. Stu-
dents who have won prizes in the
Freshman Hopwood Contest have
been notified by special delivery let-
ter. All contestants should call for
their manuscripts Wednesday. Thurs-
day, or Friday afternoon of this week.
Personnel Interviews.
There will be a representative at the
Bureau of Appointments from Radcliffe
College, Cambridge, Mass, on Wed.,
Feb. 25, as well as on Fri., Reb. 27, in
the morning.She is interested in talk-
ing to women in regard to their Man-
agement Training Program.
On Wed., Feb. 25, in the morning,
there will be a gentleman from U.S.
Rubber Company, of Mishawaka, Ind.
He would like to see June graduates
interested in Production Supervision,
Production Control, Sales and Sales
Administration, Accounting, or the Con-
trol Division.
Swift and Co., of Chicago, will be at
the Bureau of Appointments on Feb. 25,
in the afternoon, to talk to June grad-
uates for positions in Sales, Accounting,
Production, Office Administration, and
Engineering.
Inland Steel Company, of Chicago,
will be here Thurs., Feb. 26, to see June
graduates for positions in Business
Management.
Personnel Requests. ,
New York Civil Service Commission
announces examination for Social Work-
ers in local Public Welfare Depart-
ments. Applications will be accepted
up to Mar. 13, and the examination will
be given on April 18. To fill the mini-
mum qualifications for the examination,
one must have received or be expect-
ing to obtain his Bachelor's degree by
July, 1953. The resident requirements
vary in the different countries; there
is a bulletin available listing details.
For appointments, applications, and
further information contact the Bu-
reau of Appointments, 3528 Administra-
tion Building. Ext. 371.
Lectures
University Lecture. Ross Lee Finney,
Composer in Residence at the University
of Michigan, will lecture at 4:15 Tues-
day afternoon, Feb. 24, in Auditorium
A, Angell Hail, on "The Twelve-Tone
Technique." Benning Dexter, Associ-
ate Professor of Piano, will assist with
the performances of "Variations on a
Theme by Alban Berg," written by Pro-
fessor Finney. The lecture, sponsored
by the School of Music, will be open to
the public.
University Lecture. "Anglo-Egyptian
Relations and Middle Eastern Defense,"
by Dr. Mohammed Tawfik Ramzi, Vis-
iting Lecturer in Political Science

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and The School of Music present
GOUNOD'S OPERA
English Translation by Josef Blatt
Feb. 27-28-Mar. 2, 3, 4-8 P.M.
Also Tickets for all Spring Productions
"Right You Are If You Think You Are" - March 25-28
"MADAME BUTTERFLY" "DEEP ARE THE ROOTS"

EXTENDED BY POPULAR DEMAND
WED. - THURS. - FRI. - SAT.
SHAKESPEARE.
"MUCH ADO ABOUT NOTHING"
Because of the large number of people who want to see
this production, and the many 'members who have ex-
pressed the desire to see the play again, "Much Ado"
has been extended.
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THE ARTS THEATER
Ann Arbor's Professional Arena Theater
ANOTHER PANEL DISCUSSION FOLLOWS
WEDNESDAY NIGHT PERFORMANCE
For reservations or information, call 7301.
"OEDIPUS REX" will open one week later.
Some $5 memberships still available at
the Theater, Wahr's, Bob Marshall's, and Music Center.

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suits, with correspondingly little emphasis on
the Curriculum in the Catalogue. Conse.
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socially, he had academically just a:>ut
reached the Point of No Return.
Topping it off was an Ultimatum from the
Male Parent, warning that on his next
arrival home, he had hetter be accompanied
either by a List of Passing Grades or a
Social Security Card. All Our Boy could see
ahead was a lifetime at Hard LI.;or, L.s
Something Drastic happened.
So he made it happen. Invested heavily
in benzedrine and black coffee and lined up
three super-skull Tutors. Night and day he
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if not with Flying Colors, at least with
Respectable Grades. First thing he did,
naturally, was to call Western Union and
flash the Joyous Tridinigs homeward by tele-
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