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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

WEDNESDAY, MAR 3. 1954

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CERAMICS, WATERCOLORS:
Local Artists Team Up
To Hold First Exhibition

Daily-Chuck Kelsey
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By BECKY CONRAD
A LOCAL husband and wife team
will display their first joint
watercolor-ceramic exhibit from
10 a.m. until 5 p.m. today in the
Forsythe 'Gallery, 1101 Martin
Place.
Ethel Kudrna Lewis will show 20
pots including bowls, bottles, vases
and free forms-"everything from
ash trays to milk pitchers"-in
Coo p Council
To Start House
For Graduates
The Intercooperative Council is
planning to convert Osterweil
House at 338 E. Jefferson into a
graduate house either this sum-
mer or next fall, depending upon
the number of graduate women on
campus during the summer. I
The proposed c h.a n g e was
brought about by the large num-
ber of graduate women now in
co-ops.. They do not come under
undergraduate rules, and conse-
quently leave at the end of a se-
mester.
According to co-op officials,
with graduate women in one house,
the situation would be more /to
their liking. There will be no cur-
fews and no house mother, and
boarders can be included, if the
women wish.
' Amission will be according to
applications, which are now being
eccepted at the Intercooperative
Council offices, 1017 Oakland. Os-
terweil House is open for inspec-
tion by all graduate women inter-
estedr
Brown Describes
Rome of Scipios
In describing the Rome of the
Scipios "we have to reconstruct
by analogy" Prof. Frank E. Brown
of Yale University said yesterday.
The Townsend professor of Lat-
in described the excavations be-
ing conducted at Causa. He ex-
plained that work at Rome is ex-
ceedingly difficult because of the
many other civilizations built
above the early Roman remains.

colors ranging from bright to neu-
tral.
This is the first ceramic display
for Mrs. Lewis who teaches night
school classes in Ann Arbor.
William A. Lewis will exhibit 23
seascapes, cityscapes, landscapes,
and abstracts in the display. Gath-
ering source material from studies
of cities, ships and the industrial
world, Lewis explained, "This is
the world with which I am famil-
iar."
The exhibition, which opened
yesterday, will be displayed from
10 a.m. until 5 p.m. Wednesdays
and Thursdays through April 1.
Citizenship Camp
Tells of openings
William B. Shannon, Executive
Director of the Encampment for
Citizenship, will talk with anyone
interested in spending six weeks
at the camp this summer, today
.from 1 until 3:15 p.m. in the Sum-
mer Projects Rm. of Lane Hall.
The Encampment is held at the
Fieldson School near New York
City. Its program is planned to give
young men and women an ap-
preciation of the American heri-
tage of freedom combined with
practical techniques so they can
meet their obligations of citizen-
ship in a democratic society.
ONE HUNDRED and twenty-
five Americans, between 17 and
23 years of age, participate in lec-
tures, discussion groups, work-
shops, and recreation with the help
of university professors and other
leaders in Labor, farms, business,
and politics! The campers come
from various religious, racial, so-
cial and economic "backgrounds
from all over the United States.
The cultural and recreational
resources of New York City are
used as a laboratory. The campers
visit many organizations on their
weekly field trips.
Opera Continues
Mendelssohn Run
Speech department and the
School of Music's production of
"Ariadne of Naxos" will continue
its run through Saturday,

SL Agenda
Student Legislature will dis-
cuss the following reports and
motions at 7:30 p.m. today in
Strauss House dining room:
Appointment of personnel di-
rector for elections committee
Appoihtment of committee to
study feasibility of a district
system
Motion that student govern-
ment reorganization proposals
be voted on favorably by SL
and/or the student body
Motion requesting voting rep-
resentation on the Student Af-
fairs Study Committee
Fresh Air Camp report
Revised Constitution report
Elections report
Motion on flash card section
Calendaring report
Discrimination report
Academic Freedom Subcom-
mission report
SL has invited all Interested
students and faculty members
to attend the session.
Speech Clinic
Slates Plans
For Semester
The University Speech Clinic
has slated three main programs for
this semester, according to Dr. D.
E. Morley of the clinic's staff.
The clinic, directed by Dr. Har-
lan Bloomer, serves all students,
children and adults who are han-
dicapped with speech defects,
hearing or language problems.
This correction program is de-
signed to correct these defects as
much as is possible.
* * *
THE FIRST problem is for
adults who have sustained brain
damage and are handicapped as a
result. Mrs. Marion Knight and
Dr. Irwin Brown are in charge of
this work. Second, are those adults
who have articulation or stutter-
ing problems. The director of this
program is Dr. D. E. Morley.
Last is the program for stu-
dents who have speech defects.
These troubles were mainly
discovered during Orientation
Week when .incoming students
were tested for speech deficien-
cies.
Those Who were .found to have
these troubles.were told of the
classes in the clinic where they
could be helped to correct these
troubles. Harlan Adams is in
charge of this part of the program.
Group Schedules
Dancing Classes
Israeli Dance Group offers op-
portunities to develop skill in folk
dancing every Wednesday at 8 p.m.
in the Hillel Recreation Rm.
Taught by Lil Silverberg, '57,
the dance classes are sponsored by
the Intercollegiate Zionist Feder-
ation of America. Advanced danc-
ers may participate in the club's
exhibition group.
Porter To Begin
Reading Series
Reading from her own story,
"Flowering Judas," Katherine
Anne Porter, visiting lecturer in
English, will deliver the first in
a series of readings by members
of the English department at 4:10
p.m. tomorrow in Rackham Lec-

ture Hall.

LWV Gives
Information
For Election
With city elections only one
month off, Democrats and Repub-
licans are vigorously campaigning
in the seven city wards for posts
on the City Council and Board of
Supervisors.
In 'addition to partisan plat-
forms and issues being presented
the voters, however, 330 members
of the Ann Arbr League of Wom-
en Voters are gathering informa-
tion on all candidates, views and
issues to present to citizens. A
Voter's Guide is sent all residents
a week before the election express-
ing candidates' views, announcing
the pros and cons of current issues.
* * *
"PROMOTING political respon-
sibility through informed and ac-
tive participation of citizens in
government" is the creed of the
League. Operating on this princi-
ple, the League has for the past
year been working as a non-parti-
san organization on key issues in
city politics. Attention was mainly
given to revision of the city char-
ter and "sound planning for (or-
ganization) and its fringe areas
of Ann Arbor."
On a state level, the League
has beenworking with other
chapters backing constitutional
revision, changes in election
laws, better detention facilities
for juveniles, permanent regis-
tration of voters and improved
tax administration.
President of the local League
chapter is Mrs. Clyde Coombs, who
said that any woman over 21 years
of age may beocme a member of
the local League. University stu-
dents may join the University
branch of the Student League of
Women Voters.
Film Festival
Closes Today'
Rounding out the Roberty Flah-
erty Film Festival, "Louisiana
Story" and "Transfer of Power"
will be shown at 8 p.m. today in
Rackham Lecture Hall.
The noted producer's "Louisiana
Story" deals with American oil
drillers.
* * *
VIRGIL THOMPSON has com-
posed musical background for the
movie.
Filmed in 1939, "Transfer of
Power" or "Leverage" is a Brit-
ish movie made by Arthur Elton.
The, picture is known for its
clear exposition of the develop-
'ment of a simple lever through
the wheel and pulley up to the
modern gear.
Priced at 50 cents, tickets will
be on sale before the program in
Rackham Bldg. lobby.
Vacation Ski Trip
Open To Students
Ski enthusiasts who are inter-
ested in a trip to Aspen, Colo., dur-
ing spring vacation may attend a
meeting of the ULLR Ski Club at
7:30 p.m. today in the Union.
Mary Lubeck will lead the As-
pen-bound group, which is not
limited to student Ski Club mem-
bers. He will discuss trip plans at
the meeting, to which all prospec-
tive trip members should bring a
$10 deposit to insure reservations.
Today's meeting will also fea-
ture the movie "Ski Colorado" and

refreshments.

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READY FOR DESCENT Sylvia Gregg; 23, is
helped into a diving outfit complete with fins as she Joins search
for a missing boy's body in London's Grand Union Canal waters.

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TURNING B A C K TIME - Two pioneeraviators
watch Billy Parker pilot a 1912 pusher-type plane past marker at
Kitty Hawk, N. C., where Wright brothers made first fRight in 1903.

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SPARKLING TOP-
This coiffure shown in Paris is
trimmed with jewels and in-
cludes a fireworks - producing
mechanism which is designed to
draw attention to UaIrdo.

T H E VE$ T C O E S W E S T- Four cowhands on A Phoenix, Ariz., dude ranch ire to
their fancy vests, an old Western fashion which is enjoying a return to favor among men.

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(Tschaikowsky); Selections from "Kiss
Me Kate" (Cole Porter); Gypsy Tango,
"Jalousie" (Gade); and Elgar's March,
"Pomp and Circumstance."
Tickets are on sale at the offices of
the University Musical Society in Bur-
ton Memorial Tower daily; and will
also be on sale at the Hill Auditorium
box office on the night of the concert
after 7 p.m.
Exhibitions
Museum of Art, Alumni Memorial
Hall. Flaherty Photographs, through
March 7. Hours are from 9 to 5 on week
days, 2 to 5 on Sundays. The public
is invited.
Events Today
Combined A.S.M.E.-A.I.E.E. meeting
to be held in 3-S of the Michigan
Union tonight at 7:30. The speaker will
be Mr. F. M. Southworth, Distribution
and Transmission Engineer from Con-
sumers Power Corp. His topic will be
"Steam Plant Operations and Power
Problems."
American Institute of Electrical Engi-
neers-4Institute of Radio Engineers.
Afternoon Meeting: Wed., Ma;. 3, 1954#
"Recent Developments of Microwave
Tubes" by C. F. Quate (from Bell Labs.)
4:00 p.m., 2084 East Engineering, Bldg.
Evening Meeting: Wed., Mar. 3, 1954
Joint Meeting with the ASME "Gallop-

delssohn Box Office 10 a.m. until 8
p.m. for $1.75-$1.40-$1.00.
Le Cercle Francais will meet this
evening at 8 p.m. in the Michigan
League. A special film on French Liter-
ature will be shown, following which
there will be dancing and singing!
Everyone is welcome!
Psychology Club. The Psychology Club
will present Professor Miller (Psychol-
ogy), Profess'or Felheim (English), and
Professor Henle (Philosophy) in a panel
discussion on "The Psychoanalytic view
of Man" at 7:30 p.m. this evening in
Auditorium B. All those interested are
invited to attend.
Lutheran Student Center. Ash Wed-
nesday Service with Holy Communion
at the Lutheran Student Center, Hill
Street and S. Forest Ave., at 7:30 p.m.
ULLR Ski Club's meeting at 7:30 p.m.
today in the Union is one of the year's
most important. On the agenda are
refreshments and an excellent movie,
"Ski Colorado," which will introduce
plans for the trip some club members
and outsiders are making to Aspen,
Colo., during spring vacation. Every-
one interested in the trip should bring
a deposit to the meeting to insure
reservations.
Wesleyan Guild. Wednesday morning
matin, 7:30 a.m Mid-Week Refresher
Tea in the lounge, Wed., Mar. 4, 5:30.
Plan to come!
Roger Williams Guild. Tea and Chat,
this afternoon, 4:30 to 6:00 at the
Guild House.

will join in the Ash Wednesday Service
at 8 p.m.
Hillel Foundation, Wed., March 3,
Minyon, 6:30. All reservations or can-
cellations for Friday evening kosher
dinner must be made by Thursday
afternoon. Call 3-4129.
The Congregational-Disciples Guild.
Discussion Group at Guild House, this
evening, 7 p.m.
Pershing Rifles. All Pershing Rifle-
men report to T.C.B. at 1925 hrs. Any
Army and Air Force ROTC Cadets wish-
ing to join report to T.C.B. at 7:30
p.m. Bring gym. shoes.
The Industrial Relations Club is
meeting in the Student Lounge of the
School of Business Administration at
7:15 p.m. tonight. A mock collective
bargaining session will be enacted by
members of the Club. All students and
faculty are invited to attend. Coffee
and doughnuts will be served after the
meeting.
Coming Events
The Deutscher Verein Kaffee Stunde
will meet on Thurs., Mar. 4, at 3:15
in the Union taproom. Dr. M. Dufner
and Dr. A. L. Weinkauf, members of
the German Dept. faculty, will be pres-
ent. All are welcome to this informal
group to improve and practice their
conversational ability.

Rupert Brooke's, Lithuania and Frank
Wedekind's The Tenor. Tickets for the
3rd Laboratory bill will go on sale at
the Lydia Mendelssohn Box Office
March 10, All seats are reserved at 25c
each.
La p'tite ausette will meet tomor-
row afternoon from 3:30 to 5:00 p.m.
in the wing of the Michigan Union
Cafeteria. If you speak French, or if
you want to learn to speak French, this
informal group is just the thing! All
are welcome!
The International Tea, sponsored by
the International Center and the Inter-
national Students' Association, will be
held Thurs., Mar. 4, from 4:30 to 6
o'clock. The Modern Dance Club will
perform at the floor show this week.
The Congregational-Disciples Guild.
Midweek Meditation in Douglas Chapel,
Thurs., Mar. 4, 5:05-5:30 p.m. Fresh-
man Discussion Group at Guild House,
from 7 to 8 p.m.
Roger Williams Guild. Yoke Fellow-
ship meets Thursday morning at 7
a.m. in the Prayer Rcom. Devotions,
Breakfast.
Christian Science Organization. Tes-
timony meeting Thurs., Mar. 4, at 7:30
p.m., Fireside Room, Lane Hall. All are
welcome.
Episcopal Student Foundation. Stu-
dent Breakfast at Canterbury House
following 7 a.m. service of Holy Com-
munion. Thurs., Mar. 4.

KEYED HIGH- This
zany head ornament by London,
hair stylist Riche features a kit-
ten doll resting atop a simulated
Piano keyboard in form of a
coolie hat-shaped visor.

S C 0 R C H E D D O U G H - Carter Kensgaard watches $400,000 go up In smoke in an Incinera.
tor of the Federal Reserve Bank in Chicago where wornout paper money Is destroyed.

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