THE MICHIGAN DAILY
TUESDAY, MARCH 16, 1954
THE MICHIGAN DAILY TUESDAY, MARCH 16, 19~4
Gabe Glazer, national presi-
dent of the Intercollegiate Zion-
ist Federation of America, will
speak at 7: 30 p.m. today on
campus Zionism and the role
of IZFA at the Hillel Founda-
tion, 1429 Hill St.
The meeting is open to the
Smokers May Inhale
TT 7- -' 1
SL To Hold
Oper o ue
SThe dooars of the tudent Legis-
TAX DEADLINE-The March 15 deadline for filing of income
tax reports came and went without any noticeable business rush
according to members of the local branch of the Bureau of Internal
Revenue. Revenue officers above are shown waiting to help those
last minute tax payers who were hurrying to beat the midnight
The Oxford String Quartet,
resident quartet of Miami Univer-
sity, Oxford, Ohio, will perform
at 8:30 p.m. today in Rackham
Lecture Hall with tenor Richard
On the program will be Herbert
Elwell's "Blue Symphony, Fivel
Songs for Voice and String Quar-
ete" with Chamberlain, Haydn's
"Quartet in D major, Op. 20, No.
4" and Beethoven's "Quartet in E-
flat major, Op. 74 (The Harp)."
..PERSONNEL in the quartet in-
cludes violinists Elizabeth Walker
and Adon Foster, violist Joseph
Bein and cellist Elizabeth Pot-
Chamberlain has performed ex-
tensively in America and Europe.-
On Berin IU'
An open discussion on the Free
University of Berlin will be held
by the German Club at 7:15 p.m.
By NAN SWINEHART
Recent evidence has shown that
the smoker who inhales keeps
some unknown substance from
cigarette smoke that the non-in-
haling smoker doesn't retain.
This substance is still a mys-
tery. It is not yet known whether
or not it is a chemical capable of
causing lung cancer, but experi-
menters consider this a possibil-
THE SUBSTANCE which is re-
moved might be a hydrocarbon,
said Dr. C. P. Rhoads, director of
lature Bldg. will be opened for a
Many chemicals known to be Pre-Election -Open House frome 3
able to cause cancer in experi-
mental animals are hydrocar- to 5 p.m. on Sunday.
bons, chemicals combining hy- SL candidates, cabinet officers,
drogen and carbon. and current members will all be on
Tests indicate the lungs take hand to greet students and discuss
something out of the smoke. The current issues with them, accord-
test consists of a smoker blowing ing to Marc Jacobson, '55, Public
smoke into a glass flask contain-
ing benzol. When this flask is Relations Chairman.
placed under ultraviolet light, the Informal talk and refreshments
benzol fluoresces with little blue will constitute the afternoon's fare.
color if the smoker has not inhaled
but only taken the smoke into the Jacobson pointed out that "this
mouth. If the smoker has inhaled, is a crucial election and it is im-
the benzol flouresces with a deep portant for students to talk with
blue color. the candidates."
This substance appears to exist, - - ---
in cigarette smoke, removed by
the inhaling smoker regardless of
whether the cigarette is long, short MORRILL'S
or has a filter.
DR. JAMES V. NEEL, Geneticist
of the Institute of Human Biology Authorized
and of medical school, comment-
ed that "this may be a bit of pos -
sible evidence in the chain being
set up between smoking and lung
cancer but only time will tell how
important these findings are." A iPE IU
Academic Life in East, West
Berlin Discussed by Student
(Continued from Page 1)
( academic institution through the
equired action and personal un- integration of this type of East
ertainty about these demands Zone student.
hat results in a steady postpone-- ,
ent of individual decisions. IFC Election Setp
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Memorial Center for Cancer and
Talk On City
Dr. Haven Emerson, Professor
Emeritus of Public Health at Col-
umbiaeUniversity, will speak on
"Problems of a Large City Health
Department" today at 4 p.m. in the
Public Health Auditorium.
Dr. Emerson, a member of the
Board of Health of the City of
New York, will lecture particularly
on the current problems of the
New York City Health Department,
relating them to the problems of
any large city's health department.
Capt. William J. Langworthy,
Jr., assistant professor of military
!science and tactics at the local
AROTC department, has been ap-
pointed Major, Ordnance Corps
headquarters of the Army ROTC
Maj. Langworthy is a graduate
of Kansas State College, where he
was formerly a member of the fac-
ulty, and was stationed in the Eur-
iopean Theater of Operations dur-
ing World War IL.
brother was writing a composition, Fraternity presidents will meet today in Rm. 3A of the Union.
describing map showing West Ger- at 7:30 p.m. today at the Pi-Lam- Bernd Rissmann, Grad., and1
many full of guns which pointed bda Phi house, 715 Hill, with elec- Klaus Liepelt, Grad., exchange stu-
East where a farmer peacefully tions of new officers on the agenda. dents from the Free University
ploughed his field. Asked if he Candidates are John Baity, '55, studying here this year, will take
really thought this account were and James Walters, '55, for presi- part in the discussion.
true, he answered: "I don't know. dent, Lee Abrams, '55 and Robert Following a question and answer
But isn't that what the may says? Weinbaum, '56, for administrative session a tape recording of Uni-
You got to be smart though!" vice-president, and Stan Bernstein, versity students Jeanne Doerr, '54,
he smiled discretely. '55 and Frank Vick, '56 for secre- and Bill Allen, '54, now studying in
HI T ,tary. Berlin, and a group of Free Uni-
THIS TYPEof "smartness" is - versity officials will be heard.
one of the most dangerous emerg-
ing character traits. Chicago Collegeof
Under the opposing pressures of
home and church on one hand, and
of college and Communist youth
organizations on the other, their (Fully Accredited)
souls are-freezing slowly and un- Excellent opportunities for
consciously, coated by a crust of qualified men and women.
ice which is 'steadily becoming Doctor of Optometry degree in
thicker. three years for students enter-
This tends to result in a genera- ing with sixty or more semester
tion of cynic intellectuals, not credits in specified Liberal Arts
bound by any loyalty ties. Here corss
will lie the crucial problem of the REGISTRATION NOW .
day when Germany is re-united.
s s Students are granted profes
THIS ACADEMIC youth cer- prsionlrecognition by the U. S.
Department of Defense and '" '"'"
tainly will not surrender when see- Selective Service.
ing the filled stores in the West Excellent clinical facilities
like a disgruntled squadron of the Athletic and recreational activi-
"People's Police" might. ties. Dormitories on the campus.
In fact, they may take bitter CHICAGO COLLEGE OF
revenge for their cheated souls OPTOMETRY
no matter who the recipient of 1851-C Larrabee Street
his anger may be. Chicago 14, Illinois
This youth does not deserve our The Cigarette
Dr. Robert Berry, of the Medi-
cal School, expressed the feeling
that this finding is worth only a
little because it is probably only
the first of aseries of experi-
ments. He said "there is a long
way between theoretical consid-
eration and established proof by
There has been dissension over
whether there is any correlation of
cigarettes and lung cancer. Some
experimenters feel that there isf
evidence pointing to smoking as
a cause of the rapid rise in lung
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