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PAGE EIGHT

THE MICHIGAN DAILY

WEDNESDAY, APRIL 22, 1953

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SL Agenda
Student Legislature will take
up the following items of busi-
ness when SL meets at 7:30
p.m. today in the Strauss Din-
ing Rm., East Quadrangle:
Cabinet elections
Motion to honor a f aculty
member
Student Affairs Committee
report
SLrcommittee reports
All interested students and
faculty members are invited by
SL to attend the meeting.
Heard Speaks
About Religion

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When the decision
women in East Quad
nounced last spring it

to house
was an-
met with;

immediate student opposition.
Quad leaders felt it would harm
the Michigan House Plan and
Board of Governors representa-
tive Sue Wladis, '53, voiced co-ed
disapproval with "Tradition should
hold precedence over over-crowd-
ing."I
However, even the briefest of
tours through the quadrangle
indicates most residents have
now overcome their original an-
tipathies. Men have lost no
time getting together with the
women in such varied situations
as the dining rooms, the quad
radio station, weekly reading
classes and the house lounges.
And from the looks of things
they're enjoying it.
There are still a few problems
to be ironed out, however.
In the past, Cooley and Pres-
cott men have spent their warm,
spring afternoons sunbathing on
the roof adjoining the two houses.
However, Cooley residents are cur-
rently perturbed over what to do
about the women who now live in
Prescott House. A showdown is
expected on the first good sun-
bathing day.
Hayden House men have also
been disturbed by the new resi-
dents. "We frequently play cards
with the girls, but the men are
becoming quite annoyed because.
the girls always win," a disgrun-
tled spokesman said.j
However, these problems are ex-
pected to be resolved as the Uni-!
versity's coed housing experiment
goes into its second year.

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EAST QUADDERS HAVE BECOME USED TO COED DINING

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Lecturing last night on "The
Meaning of Religion in a Scien-
tific World," Gerald Heard, author
and former science commentator
for the British Broadcasting Com-
pany, stressed the interdependence
of science and religion.
All experiences, he said, must be
regarded objectively to understand
their true values.
Heard brought out three factors
necessary to such understanding:
scientific courage, religious faith
(which he defined as "the human
capacity for choosing the most
meaningful hypothesis") and the
added measure of esthetic appreci-
ation. "Esthetics and religions
complement science in their refus-
al to completely dismiss any fac-
tors," Heard said.
San itation 'Heads
To Hold Meeting
Sanitation officials from Michi-
gan, Indiana, Illinois and Ohio
will meet at 9 a.m. and 1:30 p.m.
today at the School of Public
Health to discuss human behav-
ior, motivation, and communica-
tion processes in the application of
sanitation services.
Read and Use
Daily Classifieds
Coming . .
GILBERT
SULLIVAN
May 6-9

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Story by
MIKE WOLFF
Pictures by
CHUCK KELSEY

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