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PAGE SIX

THE MICHIGAN DAILY

THURSDAY, DECEMBER 4, 1952

TO BENEFIT 'U' HOSPITAL CHILDREN:

alens

Drive

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Begiii
25th Annual
Project Set
By Society
By NAN SWINEHART
The men with the buckets, Gal-
ens members, will be out tomorrow
and Saturday collecting funds for
the twenty-fifth annual Galens
Tag Days.
Since 1927, these days have been
held by the Galen Honorary Medi-
cal Society for the benefit of child-
ren at the University Hospital. Tag
Days originated early in the fall
of 1927.
THE FIRST drive held in De-
cember of that year was followed
by a Christmas Party for the child-
ren in the hospital. Early in 1928,
the Galens, following the sugges-
tion of a hospital official, arranged
to sponsor a pre-vocational shop
for children in the hospital.
Last year, funds from the Tag
Days amounted to $5,600. From
this fund, a total chest on wheels
was added to the workshop.
The Galens contribute to the
Christmas party and support the
workshop by providing supplies,
toys and a teacher to supervise the
educational program.

Tomorrow'

Washington Post Director
Criticizes'One Party Press'
Alan Barth.editorial director for dividuality of American newspa-
The Washington Post. yesterday pers.
lashed out at a "one party press"
and charged that American news- "If the press became a cap-
papers have helped to create an tive or a captor of a political
"atmosphere more conducive to party" governmental regulation
lynching" than to the rational would be necessitated and news-
discussion of democracy's prob- papers could lose their indepen-
lems. dence, Barth warned.
Barth, who delivered the third Barth then turned to the sub-
in a series of University lectures ject of investigations of commun-
in journalism, said that president- ists in the United States and said
elect Eisenhower's reputation as that many people who were
a political figure had been largely brought before Congressional
a creation of the press. committees were being "forced to
profess their patriotism and were
HE SAID that the press had being punished by publicity."
been automatically supporting one Barth recommended that Am-
party for the last five elections erican newspapers undergo a
and as a result was "reducing in- "tough and searching study."

WEAVING, A USEFUL SKILL, IS TAUGHT IN THE WORKSHOP

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YOUNG HOSPITAL PATIENTS PLAY TOGETHER WITH GAME PROVIDED BY GALENS
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*Michigan Crib
T'o Hear Talk

SKILLS THAT may prove to be
of value in later life are included
in the shop's projects. Children
are taught to use hand tools in ad-
dition to electrical equipment. This
equipment to date includes saws, a
lathe, a sander and a drill.
The children are always ready
to display their handiwork. This

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craft program makes it possible
for them to have something to
show and say "Look, I made it my-
self!"
The Galens Workshop gives the
children away from home an oth-
erwise lacking opportunity to meet
with others of their age.

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Fred G. Stevenson, consultant
in leadership training for the Uni-
versity Extension Service, will de-
liver a talk entitled "The Club and
the Gavel" before a meeting of the
Michigan Crib, a pre-law society,
at 8 p.m. today in the Hussey
Room of the League.
Stevenson is a well-known edu-
cator and authority on parliamen-
tary procedure. He has published
several pamphlets on the subject
through the extension service, the
latest being "Primer for Parlia-
mentary Procedures."
Prior to his appointment on
the Leadership Training Program,
Stevenson was in charge of the
University's Correspondence Study
Program.
Bank Officials
To Hold Meeting
Approximately 200 officers from
banks throughout Michigan will
convene today and tomorrow on
campus for their annual Bank
Study Conference.
The 14th annual conference will
be sponsored by the School of
Business Administration, the Mi-
chigan Bankers Association and
the State Banking Department.
Prof. Douglas A. Hayes, Prof.
Robert G. Rodkey and Prof. G.
Walter Woodworth, all of the
Business Administration School,
will attend the conference as ad-
visors.
Intern To Speak
Pre-medical students will be able
to discover the facts about in-
terning when Dr. Alfred Joseph,
an intern at St. Joseph's Mercy
Hospital, speaks to the Pre-Medi-
cal Society at 7:30 p.m. today in
Auditorium D, Angell Hall.
Dr. Joseph will talk on his "Ex-
periences as an Intern" at the
public meeting.

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