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Latest Deadline in the State SNOW FLURRIES



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Vice -Presidency



lEG Not A Risk' Rules
Secretary Talbott


Back Dean Rea World News
For NewGTVP post}

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* 3.. .1TV .By The AssociatedPress
DETROIT-Howard C. Craven,
60 years old, a University security
Press Barred During Discussion officer, testified yesterday before
Ga congressional investigation that
Period; Motion Goe ' o Hatcher the AFL Teamsters Union "broke"
his film hauling service, and said
By MURRY FRYMER it left him so broke that he had
Without a dissenting comment or vote, the Interfraternity Coun- to take a $50-a-week janitor job.
cil last night passed .a moion for the creation of a Universiy Vice- Members of the House labor and
President for Student Affairs, recommending Acting Dean of Students education subcommittee conduct-
Walter B. Rea for the post. ing the hearing into the affairs of
The vote followed a closed conference of the fraternity presidents the union also heard how two top
from which The Daily'and other outsiders were, barred.men in the Teamsters union,
rTaurJames Hoffa and Bert Brennan,
set up an agency that paid theirj
INTRODUCED by IFC President C. A. Mitts, the motion stated wives $65,000 in dividends in less
the Interfraternity Council "expresses its desire to President Hatcher than three years.

Action Reverses Selfridge Board
Decision; Lieutenani t J11ilanlt
A jubilant Milo J. Radulovich heard the news he had been
cleared of all charges of being a "poor security risk" and retained
by the Air Force yesterday from Secretary of the Air Force Talbott
and hailed the decision as "proof that democratic ideals and traditions
just won't break down."
The Secretary ruling reversed a 10th Air Force board recommen-
dation that the University senior be discharged as a "risk" for close
and continuing association with his father and sister-alleged Com-
munists-and apparently wound up the case of the 26-year-old physics
major whose personal loyalty was never in question during the
* * * *
TALBOTT IN AN official communique said Radulovich had served
well in the Air Force and that "association with his sister was not
of such a nature as to make her*

that the office of University Vice-
President for Student Affairs be

The motion continued, "The
IFC feels that an officer of this
rank, having a genuine interest
and understanding of the stu-
dent body and centralizing the
work of Dean of Men and Dean
of Womer, is desirable to pro-
mote close contact between stu-
dents and University Adminis-
tration and Regents.
"Toward realization of this goal,
it is our recommendation that this
person be Dean Walter B. Rea, a
Michigan man having long exper-
ience with student activities and
affairs. Further, the IFC recom-
mends that the Alumni Interfra-
ternity Conference be urged to
consider its support of this mo-
A similar motion was recently
passed by the Student Legislature,
except SL did not recommend any-
one for the post.
Little debate followed Mitts' mo-
tion. Jack Boyce, '54, of Sigma
Phi said that Rea was "the most
logical person for the job."
S* *
EARLIER in the meeting, which

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Stevenson Says ...
ATLANTA=-Adlai Stevenson,
Democratic candidate for pres-
ident in 1952, tossed verbal barbs
at the Republican administra
tion yesterday declaring, "a na-
tion cannot be governed nor a
world.guided by promises, post-
ponement, paralysis and sland-
Detroit Trials . .
DETROIT-State and .city ed-
ucation officials expressed surprise
over a list of names comprising
the Communist Party in Michigan
in 1947 disclosed yesterday in the
conspiracy trial of six Michigan
The list contained the names of
25 state educators and 57 students
in Michigan schools was compiled
by Mrs. Bereniece Baldwin, a gov-
ernment witness who served as an
undercover agent for the FBI.
At the UN . .
The United States urged the
United Nations yesterday to re-

activities and beliefs a detelmin->W)
ing factor" in the hearing.
Talbott added that the offi-
cial transcript of the lower Air
Force tribunal hearing did "not
support the conclusion" that
R a d u lo v ic h ''s f a th e r h d e n g a g e d i nt o sy a
in activities of "such a type as
e to bear upon the decision in this lls
S case."
Daily-Chuck Kelsey Daily-Chuck Keisey The father, an automobile work- "I've gotten back the most pre-
OLDER DAUGHTER LETTERS FROM FRIENDS-Radulovich, seated beside his wife er, had been accused by the 10th cious thing a guy has-my repu-
h Nancy, holds a bundle of letters sent to him from well-wishers Air Force tribunal of having read tation and my family name."
* camera shy throughout the nation. the Daily Worker, having subscrib- This was Milo J. Radulovich
-ed to a pro-Communist Serbian talking from his home in Dexter
newspaper' and of spreading Com- yesterday commenting on the de-
* munist propaganda in his place cision of Secretary of the Air
of employ. -tForce Talbott retaining him in the
Radulovich's attorneys Charles reserve ranks and clearing him of
C. Lockwood and Kenneth San- findings labelling him a "poor se
born, denied these charges in the curity risk."
course of the Selfridge Base hear- * * *
ings by maintaining Radulovich's RADULOVICH, his wife Nancy,
father had not taken a copy of the a. telephone operator, and their
1Daily Worker, had stopped sib4- eldest child, sat on 'a couch blink-
scribing to the pro-Communist ing under the bright kleeg lights
By The Associated Press .------- - -. .. when it appeared on the ofoa television camera.
NEW YORK -Sen. Joseph R. C mustAttorney General's list, and could
NE YR -Sn.Joeh .Communist Daily Worker which! man intervened in behalf of a barely speak English so could not Outside, the youngest daugh-
McCarthy (R-Wis) last night originated the term." Communist agent was the case of possibly spread Communist doc- O ter slept soundly, apparently
coined the word "Trumanism" to Then the senator added his defi- George Shaaw Wheeler. On April posiblyspreadCommunistkog unaware of the furor being cre-
deiewa ecle tepa-i. trine to his American speakinguaaeo h frrbigce
define what he called the plac-i nition of Trumanism, saying: 13, 1950, Wheeler who had been associates. atpd by reporters flocking into
ing of your political party above: .* * * working for the U.S. government * * * Dexter from all parts of the
the interest of the country-" "TRUMANISM can perhaps best; in Europe, deserted to the Commu- THE CHARGES leveled against country to get 'the story.'
It was the Wisconsin Senator's be defined as the placing of your nist cause, denouncing the 'Ges- Radulovich's sister consisted of "The reversal of this decision in
rebuttal to former President HairI political party above the interest tapo methods' of the U.S. saying she had participated in my case" explained Radulovich,

... nominated

SAC Passes


was held at the Theta , house, (!NEG £1GE. L[l.N I ect Russia's latest proposals for ry S. Truman's biting reference of the country, regardless of low meetings of groups listed as "Co
the presidents in a new move, T~ ~easing. world tension as either in his speech of last Monday to much the country is damaged As early as 1944 the Civil
closed their discussion period to J O r a s unsound or unnecessary. It urg- McCarthyism as "corruption of the thereby. Service Commission L oy a ty hunit d organzatin
yded the Soviet Union, in the in- truth." Board had found Wheeler unfit strike tn
Daily coverage and no minutes Sen. McCarthy also charged j o r m ei b ' tie
ofr Americant sfriendships
were taken. terest of American friendship, * that former President Truman h govermen sevce eCause Throughout the course of t
Wrestling with financial reports to "give up seeking the violent McCARTHY, in a nation-wide intervened against the dismis of his membership the Co- hearings she refused to divul
Mitts said that the fraternity and late permission requests, the overthrow of the U.S. govern- munist Party. hear e fued o iul
broadcast prepared for major ra- j sal from government service of : the nature of her political lea
heads would feel "uneasy" when Student Affairs Committee yester- ment." dio and television networks, said George Shaw Wheeler, who later "On Oct. 4, 1944. the then Sen. ings stating they had no beari
speaking before a reporter, even day held its most routine meet- The UN Security Council also of Truman: deserted to Communism. Mc- Harry Truman wrote a three-page on the status of Radulovich
if it was agreed that such a ya; voted "the strongest censure" ofCatycimd"h Tr anheArFc.
dis wosldgre "fftheaing of an otherwise turbulent year.Iao jtstronge raidens . "As an individual, he is of no Carthy claimed "The Truman letter to the Civil Service Commis- the Air Force.
dicursio wAC of anhIsrel for iact 14 Kid on more importance than any oth- Democrat (sic) Administration sion denouncing the commission in In his statement, Talbott sail
record." SAC approved a Michigras re- the Jordan village of Kibya in eridvuawhhsbene- ascwlgwthCm nss.
which 53 Arabs were killed. er individual who has been re- wascrawlig with Communsts" the strongest language for the pro- was his sworn duty to uphold
Quotes in The Daily on Wed- port including a budget totaling - pudiated by an overwhelming And McCarthy flatly took issue cedure they followed in ordering security of the United StatesI
nesday, Nov. 11 by Stuart Mitten- $13,025 in expected expenses and vote of the American people. with President 'Eisenhower's re- the dismissal of Wheeler," McCar- he was "keenly aware of his
thal, '54BAd, of Pi Lambda Phi, $17,000 in estimated revenue for President Peron * Trumanism, however, becomes cent comment that he hoped Com- thy continued. I See RADULOVICH, Page 6
ndTdL in,'tE oheChi Psi,a ,7pf h yBUENOS AIRES, Argentina- an issue insofar as it is embraced munism will not be an issue. in. -..........-..._-_..___________
in their opposition to the inspec- President Peron yesterday called by the Democrat (sic) Party." the 1954 elections.
tion rule which the IFC passed A Michigrasbrequest for late Congress to meet in special ses- y Said the Wisconsin Senator:Big 1 Ust
last week, was said by Mitts to . sion Thursday to approve legisla- ed ianswer to Truman said theeRWisnsineaenaronw'Biga10,bUnennhusiasliseon
have been a cause fQr the new carnival wfas favorably recoin- dtion freeing political prisoners and former President's definition oft
'caendaringtomitteegwichaug-tun'om. nsertoTrmaaiite th aWhrsunimisa saLtter Secti ons: Surlvey Finds
closed discussion policy. mended to Student Legislature's permitting Argentine exiles to re- corthyismd"was denti n od that Communism is an is
Mittenthal had said, in opposing turn home. sue and will be an issue in 1954."
inspection, "In our house we let gles the eight late permission I .gM for word, comma for comma, with McCarthy put it flatly up to By PHYLLIS LIPSKY
the individual live up to his own: nights aloted each semester. the definition adopted by the the American people, if they dis- The local Wolverine Club is not banded or the possibility of
standards; if he wantsa to live in gree with his tactics, to defeat the only school spirit sponsoring ing so has been suggested.
a pig pen, that's OK." NEW YORK-Foreign Secretary Election Held any Republican up for election organization in the Big Te to* *
POSSIBLE conflict between a Lester B. Pearson said yesterday 'next year. have problems with its flash card HOWEVER, at universities
Laitner, also opposing, had series of proposed variety and mu- Canada would not prevent Ameri- The Engineering Steering Com- If they believe in his work, Mc- section. other parts of the country, c
said that the IFC was "jeopard- sic shows caused scheduling trou- can authorities from questioning mittee elected Tawfig N. Khoury, Marthy added, then let them keep A survey, conducted by The stunts have become an integ
izg (itself) with a 30-day time ble as a special J-Hop concert of Igor Gouzenko, the man who broke '55E, chairman and Irving Stew- the GOP in power. Daily shows that at two other' part of organized student t
limit. modern music, Gulantics and an the Canadian spy ring case of the art, '54E, secretary for the spring * Western Conference schools a By west coast standards t
Mitts did not say if the ban Interfraternity Cotncil-Panhelle- WestrnBCnferec"Ashoolsa Bywest coaads
y hr-last war. semester at a meeting last night. "ANOTHER case in which Tru- flash card section has been 'dis- Block "M" is a newcomer ao
would be lifted, although it will nic benefit were requested within -.--"_-- __-__stuntsections. The Uiversity
be discussed further since there three weeks' of each other. Califoriia has displayed ca
was some opposition to it. FEW EARLY BIRDS REPORTED: stunts at football games sin
a SAC last month had tenta- 1899 and the University

d it

"means that an effective blow has
been struck at the hideous concept


of guilt by blood,and association
This concept," he went on, "never
had a place in the American way
of life."
"This is like having your future
handed back to you," he confided.
"I was completely taken by sur-
prise. It's really terrific. I can only
say so much and then repeat the
RADULOVICH c r e d i t e d T*
bott's verdict to "the good old id
of public opinion."
"My dad called when he heard
the news," he continued, "and
he was just as excited as I was."
Discussing the case, Radulovich
said even if he had lost he wanted
"to bring the case to the ultimate
judge-the people."
And townspeople wandered in
throughout the day to congratu-
late Radulovich. The-telephone ex-
ploded periodically with well-wish-
ers and reporters on the other end
of the line, demanding the full de-
tails of the case from a slightly
amazed, but obviously very pleased
Milo J. Radulovich.
French Army
Band To Play
At Hill Monday
The seventh concert of the Uni-
versity Musical Society Diamond
Jubilee Season will feature the
Guard Republican Band of Paris
at 8:30 p.m. Monday in Hill Audi-
torium. .
The third concert in the Extra
Concert Series, the performance
by what critics call "the most fa-
mous concert band in the world"
is being presented by arrangement
with the Ministry of National DO-
fense of the French Government.

ALSO PASSED at the meeting.
was a motion by Harry Jones,
'54BAd, of Chi Psi, that a section!
of the IFC By-Law be changed to
read: "There will be a maximum,
fine of $100 on any fraternity in-
itiating a man who does not have
a two-point scholastic average."
The prevtous section had setI
the fine as $25 which Jones
thought was too low.
"This will make the fraternities
think twice," Jones said, "as a;
group averages have been quite'
low. I'm in favor of any measureI
that will bring it up."
One dissenter claimed $100 was
too high a fine to set. however the
otio wos noser with the py.-i

tively approved the J-Hop con-
cert which is designed to round
out the Hop weekend and ease
financial problems plaguing the
dance itself.
Budgeted to break even if 1,350
tickets are sold, the big dance can-
not lose money and continue. With
this in mind, SAC allowed the Hop
committee to make plans for the
concert which will feature a well-
known popular orchestra.
Approval was given the IFC-
Panhel package variety show pro-
vided the groups will schedule it
in March rather than February.
All profits will go to the Fresh Air

Campus Turkey-Eaters Make Mass E:

Weathermen predicted a chanc
the campus-dwellers today to poin'
gobbler-pumpkin pie Thanksgiving
Reports from residences arour
have not abused the University's
prolonged Thanksgiving weekend v
-passed by the Deans' Conference.
If the new schedule does not
cutting around the, holiday, the o

Southern California has spon-
rod (,i s oday sored a stunt section since 1922.
odus T oday Undertaking more ambitious
projects than. tile mid-western
CONRAD Cschools, Pacific coast universities
have stunt sections ranging from
e snow flurry may send off most of 1,000 to 3.000 students, and use as
ts unknown for the yearly turkey. many as ten colors, to form mon-
festivities. ograms and still and moving fig-
nd the campus indicate students ures.
two-year trial balloon vacation The campus Block "M", with
1200 members, is larger than that
* of any at the three Big Ten schools
experimental basis last year, the ' contacted in the survey.
was a Student Legislature project None of the Western Confer-
ence schools reported an en-
thusiastic student response in
eliminate the problems of class, favor of a flash card section.
Ild plan of Friday and Saturday Purdue disbanded theirs sever-
- -A , - .-;a - siha a 'l vears on hecause of lack of


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