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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

CRIDAY, MARCH 19, 1954

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LEGEND OF JOHN HENRY:
Student Ballet To Be Shown

Views Told

ANTI-McCARTHY:e
Indiana Green Feathers

An allegory of man versus ma-
chine, the modern dance com-
position "The Legend of John
Henry" will be performed on "Stu-
dio Sampler" at 7:30 p.m. today
over WPAG-TV, Channel 20.
Adapted from the Southern le-
gend, the program will describe
the life and death of John Henry,
the equivalent of the North's Paul
Bunyan.
HENRY, according to the story,
was a worker who could drill a
tunnel faster than any man alive.
When a steam engine was invent-
ed which could drill faster than a
man, Henry's boss bet another
boss that Henry could work fas-
ter than a machine.
The stout-hearted worker rae-
ed the machine to get his work
done, but overstrained his heart
winning over' the machine. He
returned to his home, where he
died.
According to Prof. Edward Sta-
sheff of the speech department
who will direct the performance,
the television program will mark
the first time that an original
dance composition by a student
choreographer and composer has
been performed here.
DONALD HARRIS, Grad., com-
posed the music while choreo-
graphy for the production was
done by Robin Squier, '54.
Told only in dance and music,
the modern dance performance
will be kineoscoped for use in
different classes later in the se-
mester. This is done only with
the major programs produced

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On irem./ ing %- v1 vv
nd CWorn at Other Schools
The anti-McCarthy drive, insti-
By NAN SWINEHART tuted at Indiana University by a campus with buttons, literature,
The American Cancer Society, group of students who identified fad rs thgousad ofpgrendyte
for the first time, cautiously voic- themselves as "Robin Hood's Mer- feathers, the group captured the
ed ts uspcio tht cgarttery Men," will continue at Purdue fancy of Indiana students by ap-
ed its suspicion that cigarette and Wisconsin, according to the pealing to "Those who are con-
smoking may have some Daily Illni, cerned about Communism and
to lung cancer. McCarthy's threat to freedom,"
There has been a great deal of Indiana'sp r o t e s thcampaign cart the to freed -
resarc inthepas seera yersended yesterday but the idea has 'commented the Illini. The Indi-
research in the past several years spread. Robin Hood groups have ana Daily Student reported no
on the subject. According to Dr. # already been formed at Purdue national issue has ever aroused as
James V. Neel, of the Institute of and Wisconsin and both schools much interest on campus, adding
Human Biology and the Medical have asked Indiana for buttons that during the drive, which dates
School, it is an established fact and pamphlets. back to March 1, letters-to-the
that lung cancer is more prevalent * I editor were numerous.
now than before. BOMBARDING the Indiana Taking their title from the

SL Movies
Monte Wooley and Gracie
Fields will play the starring
roles ini "Holy Matrimony,"
Student Legislature C i n e m a
Guild film feature at 7 and 9
p.m. today in Architecture Au-
ditorium while Danny Kaye
will star in "On the Riviera"
at 7 and 9 p.m. tomorrow and
8 p.m. Sunday.

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-DANCE REHEARSAL-Robin Squier directs student dancers in a
rehearsal for "Legend of John Henry."
on "Studio Sampler," Prof. Sta- ,television office, "The Legend of

sheff said yesterday.
A cooperative venture produced
by the music school, the dance di-
vision of the women's physical
education department, the speech
department and the University

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John Henry" was previewed by a
modern dance group hete shortly
before Christma, when it was
three-fourths finished.
DURING THE first five minutes
of the half-hour show, Prof. Ross
Lee Finney of the music school
and Esther Pease of the women's
physical education department
will discuss the dance with Mary
Jean Garbott, Grad., in an in-
formal interview.
The cast includes Jim Stasheff,
'56, Jennifer Allen, '55, Marjorie
Merz, '54, Jean Isaacson, '55, Hen-
rietta Hermelin, '55, Larry Gut-
man, '54 BAd, and John Kazmier-
owski.
Music for the program will be
furnished from a recording made
by members of the U of M Sym-
phony Orchestra with Richard
Thurston, '55SM, conducting.
Sponsors of Cn
1ovies Announ
The following list of student or-
ganizations to sponsor Cinema
Guild movies has been approved
by the Student Legislature:
International Students Associa-
tion; Wolverine Soccer Club; In-
ter-Cooperative Council; Wolver-
ine Club; Industrial Relations
Club; Gilbert and Sullivan Soci-
ety; Triangles, Engineering Col-
lege junior men's honorary; and
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CAMPUS CAMPAIGN

SEARCHING for a reason for
this increase, he says, people have
looked to smoking.
Dr. Robert Berry of the Medi-
cal School feels that statistical
analysis interpreted in this way
indicates "there may be a-great-
er than coincidental relationship
between heavy smoking and can-r
cer of the lungs."
Researchers are extracting sub-
stances from cigarette smoke and
testing to see if they produce can-
cerous growths in experimental
animals. Dr. Berry pointed out
that while there has been a rise in
lung cancer there are things other
than smoking to be considered.
Other sources of contamination
such as industrial wastes and gaso-
line exhaust have been suggested
as possible causes for increase in
cancer of the lungs.
* * *
THE AMERICAN Cancer Soci-
ety summarized a report by lead-
ing researchers on the controver-
sial question. "Evidence to date
justifies the suspicion that cig-
arette smoking does, to a degree
as yet undetermined, increase the
likelihood of developing cancer of
the lung," the summary said.
Dr. Charles S. Cameron, medical
and scientific director of the so-
ciety, in view of the pronounce-
ment, advised cigarette smokers
not to smoke if they were young
non-smokers or had not seriously
acquired the habit.
Dr. Cameron stressed that there
is no conclusive evidence against
either cigarette smoke or smoggy
urban atmosphere,
ema Guild
ced by SL
the Central Pep Rally Commit-
ee.
Organizations which will co-
sponsor films are:j
Junior Interfraternity Councilj
and Junior Panhellenic Associa-
tion; Sphinx, junior men's honor-
ary and Wyvern, junior women's
honorary; Senior Society,, senior
independent women's honorary
and Scroll, senior affiliated wo-
men's honorary; the Michigan
Crib, pre-law society and the Mo-
dern Dance Club.

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Students Used
To Determine
Harvard Reds
A Harvard alumnus has admit-
ted that he has"scouts" among the
Harvard students and faculty who
are helping him ferret out Com-
munists, according to the Harvard
Crimson.
The Harvard student news-
paper reported that Kenneth
Robertson, University alumnus
and Boston investment broker,
is making use of students and
faculty members in his attacks
on Harvard.
The self-appointed investigator
was quoted by the paper as say-
ing, "In fighting Communism, we
have got to adopt their tactics."
Robertson named sophomore Quin-
lan Shea as one of his look-outs
but refused to name any other per-
sons who are working with him,
The Crimson noted that Shea
had organized a "New Conserva-
tive" club, whose purpose "may be
to spy on leftist students and fac-
ulty members."
Although Shea denied that the
group would be a front for spy-
ing, Robertson, a good friend of
Shea, asserted he wouldn't be
at all surprised if Shea tried to
put my ideas into practice," said
the paper.
A long-time critic of Harvard
University, Robertson announced
he wanted to start a Harvard group
similar to the pro-McCarthy Stu-
dents for America, an open advo-
cate of spying, commented the
Crimson,
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charge of a member of the In-
diana textbook commission,
that the Robin Hood story was
"pro - communist," .the .Merry
Men stressed they were unalter-
ably opposed to totalitarianism,
but were nonetheless concern-
ed with "the growing trend In
this country to stabilize men's
thinking, the results of which
Include a growing fear on the
part of individuals to speak out
and defend the true American
way of life."
More than 1,000 buttons have
been sent to Wisconsin and Pur-
due by the Indiana Merry Men in
an effort to spread the anti-Mc-
Carthy sentiments. This will be
supplemented by literature each
school is now preparing, noted
the Illini,
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The first man to visit and photo- to the present,
graph the Land of the Queen of
Sheba since 1888, Prof. AhmedBExchange
Fakhry of the University of Cairo ;Booe
told of the discovery of temples Larry Levine, '56, has been ap-
and monuments dating from 800 pointed chairman of the Student
B. C. Legislature Student Book Ex-
The Egyptian scholar and arch- chane S
aeologist who visited the campus her
thiswee wa inite bythe Kig Other members appointed to the
this week was invited by the King board were Hank Berliner, '56.
of Yemen to visit the relics in thebVi weH an'B eeJ5-
area.Vi an; 54B d, Steve Je-
A mountainous country, the land lin, '55, and Mort Cox, '56
is inhabited by powerful and hos-
tile tribes whose way of living be-
trays a very old civilization, ac-
cording to Prof. Fakhry. The Turks
were not able to reach these moun-
tains or subdue the tribes, Fak-
hry explained.
Scholars believe the area is a
very important new field for
archaelolgists because it is the
site of a caravan route between
the Far East and the Mediter-#IT
ranean used thousands of years
before Christ. This route served
as an exchange of civilization as
well as a trade channel.
Prof. Fahkry, who has spent 14
years excavating oases in Egyp-
tian desert, is particularly inter-
ested in this area because it for-
merly provided a refuge for perse-
cuted Christians.
Recently the archaeologist fin-
ished a three year project exca-
vating the pyramid of Snefru
which led to the discovery of sev-
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