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Latest Deadline in the State FAIR TODAY AND TOMORROW

VOL. LXIV, No. 22



'Exam Schedule
Rvsion ikely!
Committee To Review 'U' Calendar;
Seeks 'Dead' Period Before Finals
Daily City Editor
Calling for a thorough review of the entire University calendar
as its next course of action, the special committee studying final ex-
aminations agreed yesterday that a "dead" period should exist
between the end of classes and the beginning of finals.
The 16 member group, which includes five students, also agreed
that it would be impossible to crowd senior examinations into a
shorter time period then the seven days allowed last semester.
* * * *
ESTABLISHED after the advancement of final examinations
last June caused a wave of protest from the students, the group
turned to the possible shortening of vacation periods as the means
to providing a longer time for stu-
Cdents to prepare for finals.
R e soa ' Before such action is taken,
however, the committee plans to
study the entire calendar and
7RaW even review the quarter system:
used in other schools. The ex-
amination schedule was ad-
vanced so seniors could official-
PrisonerSly graduate at Commncement.
!As a result many seniors com-
plained about not having suffi-
PANMUNJOM-(A)-Anti-Com- cient time to prepare for examina-

SL Seats
Student Legislature has ex-
tended the deadline for return-
ing petitions to become a can-
date for legislature seats in
campus-wide fall elections un-
til noon Saturday, Oct. 24.
Petitions for the 23 elective
seats are available from 1 to 5
p.m. today through Saturday,
Oct. 24 at the SL Bldg. Twen-
ty- three, full-year terms and
two one-semester seats are
Campus-wide general elec-
tions to fill the posts have been
scheduled for Wednesday and
Thursday, Nov. 11 and 12.
Rea Explains
'WQ Situation
Acting Dean of Students Wal-
ter B. Rea last night told the
Inter-House Council "The pres-
ent use of Chicago House by wom-
en students is on a one year basis."
Discussing the reasons behind
turning over the West Quadrangle
house to women this year, Dean

Vishinsky Ii
'U' Celebrities To Star
In VarsityNight Show'
University celebrities of today and yesterday will be in the lineup
when the University bands present Varsity Night, an all-star revue,
at 8:15 p.m. tonight at Hill Auditorium.
Such names as Lawton, Revelli, Filipiak, Wistert, Chappuis,
Fleming and Heyliger will be on the same team tonight in an attempt
to produce a winning production for the 4,000 spectators expected to
jam Hill Auditorium.







UNDER THE scruitiny
town for a homecoming reu
aoQ A "Ii

* * * *

of hur
union, F

ndreds of former band members in
Prof. William Revelli will direct the
'Symphony Band in its first stage
appearance of the year.
The group will play "The
Michigan Rhapsody," a concert
paraphrase. "My Hero" from
"The Chocolate Soldier" and "M
Fanfair," a song written by band
member, Jerry Bilik, '55SM.

Italy Remain
Quiet on Port
USSR Charges
U.S. Breaks Pact
By The Associated Press
Russia's Andrei Y. Vishinsky
served notice yesterday his coun-
try never will agree to a Trieste
settlement reached without Rus-
sian participation.
Meanwhile Italy and Yugoslavia
stood pat on the dispute, obvious-
ly waiting out a Big-Three discus-,
sion of the problem.
VISHINSKY gave his blunt
warning to the 11-nation UN Se-
curity Council at the end of a 40-
minute speech in which he charg-
ed the& United States and Britain
violated the Italian Peace Treaty
by deciding recently to turn over
the administration of the Ameri-
can and British. Zone A, to the
Henry Cabot Lodge Jr., chief
American delegate, touched, off
the fireworks in the Council by
charging that the Russians
brought up the Trieste issue only
to make trouble and. spread
Vishinsky angrily lashed back
that Trieste long had been on the
council agenda and was no new
problem in that body. He charged
that the West had nominated per-
sons to be governor of Trieste but
had repudiated them as soon as
the Russians approved them.
Meanwhile, in Belgrade, Yugo-
slavia's ruling Federal Executive
r~inli ninii d tr~~ he

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munist North Korean prisoners of
war today refused to come out of
their stockades and listen to Com-
munist attempts to coax them
back to Red demination.
At noon today the 1,000 anti-
Red North Koreans scheduled to
meet Red interviewers at 10 a.m.
were standing fast in their con-
pounds in the Korean neutral

tions, particularly if four finals Rea added, "We know that en- !J i9Ut £.1 i 1>
fell in the first two days of the rollment is due to go up next year
examination period which began and 'the space will undoubtedly D
Thursday. wihbgnjn a p e
Friday after the end of classes be needed then to house men.
T y * * DEAN REA pointed out thatj
WHEN the change was made estimates made late last spring NEW YORK-(A)-Senator Jos-
last spring, several alternative j were very optimistic about fresh- eph McCarthy declared yesterday
methods were studied by a final men enrollment, particularly with he has evidence that Julius Ros-
examination committee. They in- regard to men. enberg, executed with his wife as


Two "triple-threat" profession-
als will highlight the show. Greg-
ory and Cherie play, in rapid suc-
cession, tunes on a vaccuum clean-


INDIAN troops surrounded the
North Korean stockade but by
noon had made no attempt to force
out the prisoners.
It was the second day that
anti-Communist prisoners had
balked at attending explanation
Yesterday, however, 500 Chinese
finally faced the Red interviewers
after more than 7 hours of hanging
back. Only 10 of those went back
to the Communist side.
The other 490 elected to stay or
the side of the United Nations ir
a screaming-face-to-face repudia-
tion of Communism.
THERE WERE sporadic demon-
strations -- shouting, parading,
A singing-among the North Korean
prisoners this morning. But ob-
servers said it did not equal the
noise kicked up by the Chinese yes-
terday before they agreed to lis-
ten to explanations.
A spokesman for the Indian
custodial command said Indian
officers met with North Korea
prisoner leaders Thursday night
and at that time the POWs
agreed to attend the explana-
At dawn Friday, however, the
anti-Red Koreans demonstrated
against the explanations with pa-
rades through their sprawling
compounds, chants and shouted
anti-Communist slogans.
Then they refused to move out
of their stockades to the hold-
ing compound in the explanation
area. A thousand North Korean
captives were to be interviewed
by Communist explainers.
Five-hundred anti-Red Chinese
POWs Thursday went to the ex-
planation booths reluctantly after
more than a 7-hour delay, and 98
per cent of them chose to stay on
the side of the United Nations
The other 490 cast their lot with
the free world, walking out the
door back to UN custody
Athletic Board
To See Trophy
The Board in Control of Inter-
collegiate Athletics will meet at
4:30 p.m. today to decide whether
to approve plans for establishing a
trophy to be awarded the annual
Michigan-Michigan State College
football games.
Gov. G. Mennen Williams has
proposed the trophy, which has a
picture of Paul Bunyan standing
on a map of the State of Michi-
Michigan State College's ath-
letics board and athletics director
have already given approval to the
tmrnhv nian

1) Advance reporting of senior
final grades before finals so cer-
tificates of graduation could be
approved by the Registrars Office.
This was rejected because' seniors
might be subjected to a rash of
exams in th final weeks of school.
2) Exemption of seniors from
final exams. Rejection again was
the final exams. Rejection....
based on the fear of exams in
the final weeks of school and
because faculty gnmbers feel
the end of the semester is the
best time to test student
1) Trhrp vnin-;kin npdr

"However, as the summer
progressed these figures were not
realized and by Sept. 10 it was
established that there were
about 300 too few men coming
into the residence halls," Dean
Rea said.

an atom spy, headed a radar spy
ring in the Army Signal Corps at
Fort Monmouth, N. J.
The senator said evidence that
the ring continued after the execu-
tion will make it "absolutely nec-
essary" to interview David Green-

"On the other hand women's glass, now serving a prison term at
enrollment was considerably high- Lewisburg, Pa., for involvement in
er than anticipated and their res- * a ,
idence halls already filled." GREENGLASS, a brother of:
Since Chicago House had only Rosenberg's wife Ethel, testified
20 men reapplying and because' it for the Government that the Ros-
met the requirements of the Dean;foterGoverAmertcthatomebomb
of Women's office as to double enbergs stole American atom bomb'
rooms and location, itswas decided secrets and transmitted them to
to turn it over to women students. Rs.

er, auto pump, saw, and Theremin. * * * *,
reportedly the only instrument in
the world that plays without be-iDee- o atsOut; Burton
In addition to magic, Karrell
Fox, the other professional star
on the program, relies on trick-e
gags and play on words to enter-
tain his audience. Seriously alarmed by the news the winner must make an accept-
Memories of past gridironthwinrmsmaenacp-
feats will be kindled when that neither Adlai Stevenson nor ance speech to the student body.
hockey Coach Vic Heyliger in- former President Harry Truman Although blonde Lady Tweeds-
terviews former Wolverine All- care to run for rectorship of Glas- muir, most beauteous members of
Americans, Bob Chappuis and cow University in Scotland, Gar- the House of Commons, is still in
Al Wistert and after composer goyle has dug up a candidate all the race for rector, Tower himself
J. Fred Lawton 's inimitable im- its own. rned ret ice . he
personation of the late football Tal!ih n eue eI knowrl for his ringing voice. Upon
oaieng H. Yot. Tall, light and demure, he is interview, he stood perfectly still.
Besides the seven student acts hecommented.
previously announced, The Vaugh- N A AT-DTCH s T

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S) rnee examnations percaanS dosatroom se of ANtiayoa i.. ntu, iuV Counil unanmousy approve
Instead of two. Even greater over- McCarthy, whose Senate per- an Shadows, a trio composed of xpects to begin his apaign stern measures President M
dWE DID THIS in view of the manent investigations commit- Nora Granito, '55, Evie Graden, today. The stand Is located in a seub sextesh t measres resint M
budnnTfhtdnswthea- x estaen is caedina sal Tito has set in motion w
inations in a short time period success we had last year with the tee is investigating the Fort 53 and Donna Weserlund, 54, will ditch on the corner of Broadway the avowed aim of preventing It
was the reason given for not similar arrangement in East Monmouth situation, told news- sing its theme song Vaughan and 42nd'in Hamtramck. Gans-S uppo t ian annexation of .the territor
adopting this method. Quad," Dean Rea said. men he will ask the Department House" and a Michigan Medley. Zone A.
To provide for a slack at the IHC also ratified the consti. of Justice to make "immediate According to a reliable source, On Tax Plans Z-e- -
end of classes before exams, short- tution of the Campus Broad. arrangements" for some of his Mason Hall, '84E, he wil win. IN ROME, Premier Giuse
casting Network creating an or- investigators to talk with Green- llSiali However, Phoebe-doll Granger, Pella tOld the American, Brit
yn fest ay ra a heanhs tmof orendingtwo k *eain*an or
b oe' apignmanager, said WASH~INrGTON - ( kd)- pPresi- m flad FrehAmbriasaorti
Spring vacations was discussed ganization "to promote a spirit glass "as soon as possible." TTherdeadlinesforsenioriyear-gWnme oney snd Nup se and French ambassadrs t
yytedstaermdnsayedig fansy nda merans hededlneof snoreendinWeneg btmof onyunitnyEseh emonkdey om Iato psiident echngd
classes earlier 'in May and still amng the individual quad In Washington, the Justice De- book picture appointments is get married and ring that bell." congressional support yesterday in
ang tin."a partment declined comment on from 1 to 5 p.m. today at the an expected battle over the ad- He said Italy will sit downt
maintaining the number of schoolranglestations. McCarthy's suggestion for inter- Student Publications Building All students are urged to bring ministration's strategy to avert talks with Yugoslavia only i
days in the semester. Involving no ssential change in viewing Greenglass. Seniors who have already money for the campaign into the major revenue losses from excise 1-Italian troops are all allow
Student representatives on the the present organization of quadb hot hedt- Gargoyle office.
committee are Sue Popkin, '54, stations, ratification of the CBN Earlier, McCarthy said a Ger- een hograe are re t So far, the final field of can tax reductions next year. ed into Zone A; or 2-Yugosla
Ruth Rossner, '55, Howard Nem- formalized the procedure the sta- man radar scientist who ,fled a picture proofs immediatelyt didates for the honor numbers afdf neductions, now set for ! one ; or os
orovski, '54E, John Black, '54Ed, tions have been operating under Russian laboratory gave reports to _ six. Although wholly honorary, April 1, 1954, would chop taxes Yugoslav-occupied Zone B.
and Eric Vetter, '54. The next during the past year. American officials of top secret ----- --- --...- --- on liquor, automobiles, cigarettes, U. S. Secretary of State Je
meeting of the committee is set for The Network constitution pro- documents stolen from Fort Mon- N DISSENTS- beer, wine, gasoline and sporting F.S.eretar e JO
Oct. 29. vides for a board of directors, a mouth and used by Communists.!ONEVI goods by more than a billion dol- iFoster Dulles and French Fre;
business manager to handle ad- -JarsMannually.,inister Georges Bidault flewtod
vertising and financial matters, a McCARTHY SAID one of the . London for talks startingto
W orld News technical engineering staff, a pro- three witnesses appearing before N obelinnerCurc ilSOME legislators, with an eyewthonyiEdsh ori etard A
on ex yer' co grssina elc-thony Eden on Trieste and at]
gram committee and a network the subcommittee Thursday was on next year s congressional elec- world problems.
special events committee. an inspector of classified equip- cl. Iton, have insisted that the taxwolprbes
Roundup$25fnrtt SctIinvtedtomentfocstseulrydSrieoatC P raised by P rofessors cssnt eeta Aids reprted Dulles and E
appropriate $25 for the Student in 1942 and 1943. scheduled. may decide to delay the wit
ByTeAscae rs eiltr ohelp defray costs) A mysterious German scientist I -- -- -- -- drawal of the 7,000 British a
By The Associated Press Legislature to hepdfa ot yteiuemnsini Others noted that the reduc- American~ troops in Zone A, 'or
LONDON - U.S. Secretary of of publishing SL's "Know Your figured in the inspector's testi- By HARRY STRAUSS tions would strike at a time inally planned to be completed
State Dulles flew into London Candidate" pamphlet at the time mony. Almost everyone in the English department seemed to approve when the administration will be Nov. 30.
last night for Big Three talks of All-Campus elections. Reported McCarthy: of the awarding to Sir Winston Churchill of this year's Nobel Prize struggling to approach a bal- d terda an
which he said might help to douse --"He told us that from what he iii literature. anced budget for the next fiscal I Be ence increased as
possible fiashpoints of war. Tickes saw all the indications were that But after yesterday's announcement of the name of the recip- year, starting July 1. gry Yugoslavians awaited west
"We do not expect to produce the German did have classi in- ient, one negative voice called Churchill "a first rate second rate lit- - I reaction to President Tito's nx
any magic formula for peace,." he Non-student tickets for the formation originating from an erary stylist that I object to." Rep.stresdentohalt
warned in a statement at the air- ! Michigan - Northwestern game American source." Pa.) an influential member of the and threats designed to
port to reporters. "But I am con- may be brought to the Union stu- The senator said the officer was tax-writing House Ways and transfer.
fident that this coming exchange dent offices between 3 and 5 p.m. unable to "give us a clear picture" A "WELL DONE!" was given to the Churchill choice by Prof. Means Committee, said yesterday
of views among three friends will today for resale tomorrow morn- on documents reportedly missing Warner G. Rice, chairman of the department, who remarked that the he didn't see how Congress could H
advance the cause of world-wide ing. I from Ft. Monmouth. British Prime Minister is "a man of varied literary achievement." permit such a loss of revenue in IH a ser:Ta l
peace and justice." view of the budget picture. He
d * Sir Winston was cited "for added, however, that other excise To FO R Ca
GEORGETOWN, British Gui- INDIA TALK: his mastery of historical and bi- tax changes might be needed.
ana-Cheddi Jagan, the ousted j ographical writing and for the He stressed that taxpayers will
premier of British Guiana, said brilliant art of oratory with get some fivbiltlon dollars in t . . nsecure
today he had sent a cable to defender of high human values." cuts on Jan. 1, when idividual i-
India's Prime Minister Nehru Icome tax rates are due to drop America has never felt so'
appeaing for help in Jagan's He will be the first statesman to about 10 per cent, and the excess secure as at the present ti
fight with the British. receive the prize for literature, profits tax expires.ere as e se
I By NAN SWINEHART her new government fashioned af-t If India's new government reev1h rz o ieatrpoistxeprs George Hauser, executive sec
* * * B NA SINEARTherne goernen fahioed f- If ndi's ewgovrnmntwhich this year totals 175,292I The two Democrats on the Ways 'tary of the Congress of Ra
KANSAS CITY-President Eis- Unselfishness on the part of ter the democratic governments succeeds, Bowles said, it will be crowns ($33,840) and will be and Means Committee, Rep. Hale Etay o t mongres of
enhower told the nation's farm- Americans is the key to helping of the world. an example to all Asia. Failure cw n (0 b g s oittee, Red Hae Equality, told aRnmeeting of
Asnhowerotoldtthernation'ssfarm-s- awarded on Dec. 10. .Boggs Louisiana and Herman Fellowship of Reconciliation
ers and consumeros last night thegh The test of Indian success will in India, with all of her resourc- "A first rate lapse of choice" is Eberharter, Pennsylvania agreed night.
administration's effort to ham- e Sa o an lase well be in April, 1956 when the Five es and help, will cause Asiatic the description given this year's that the scheduled excise tax cuts This insecurity, he said is she
mer out a solid r based compre-f Speaking todian audience w Year Plan, now in use, ends. The countries to doubt their chances award by visiting Prof. Katherine 'might have to be postponed. by the "doctrine of necessity"
hensive farm program is entering filling Hil Auditorium, the orm - l ,a m d at tai zng he for success and in desperation A n P rer dd n-t a " e -b y h "octrgy ofine cetssity" wh
its fnlpaeenambassador to ?Th'ia explained iforasuccessdand inadesperationeI Anne Porter. adding that "Hem- 1 psychology of inevitability" w
itEis nower promised "the price Asia's masadoblms are p economy, has India's food deficit send them "down the Commun- ingway should have been chosen." Go he Goer is prevalert today. This in
support principle" will be contin- threat of famine, illiteracy and Gas its biggest problem. Ch h do fo rexplains the difficulty of apply
Concerning the seating ofRed WHAT has Churchillonenfos pr
ued-though possibly in a "adi- disease. TO ALLEVIATE this problem, China in the United Nations, peace or literature? Churchill is aDe anoviol tacics, tohe p
tally" revised form. * liblnaIJrjflfl e c of world peace, he added.
y WE CAN HELP, but to succeed. the plan provides for irrigation of Bowles feels that under the pres-. journalist whether or not the No- ,But he emphasized that in le
ISTANBUL - The mass trial Asia must be able to say "look 19 million acres in addition to 50 ent circumstances, it is impossible. bel Prize Committee ignores it orcammunity siuationsanlnv
of 167 Turkish men and women what we did for ourselves," not million acres already under irri- The problem, he says lies in the not. He is not worthy of the prize, Fifteen places are left on the cmmuni uas ben-d
on charges they spearheaded a "look what America did for us," gation. differing views of Asia and Amer- she said. Gopher Goer. fighting racial discrimination
________.____- -._ ic. The auestion as seen by Asia - . . Today is the deadline for anyone

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