THE MICHIGAN DAILY
THURSDAY, APRIL 9-2, 19,5I
PAGE !TGWT TITI~ MICWTGA1~J DAIL1~ ~IIIURSDAY, APRiL 22, 1PM
Tau Beta Pi Awards Women's Badge
Tau Beta Ui, Engineering Hon-
orary society has initiated forty1
one pledges and presented a speci-I
al honor, the women's badge, to
Anne Campbell, 55E.
The women's badge is awarded!
by' Tau Beta Pi to the few women
in the School of Engineering who
meet membership requirements of
the society. Women, however, can-
not be initiated.
* * *
MISS CAMPBELL is a member
of Alpha Chi Omega sorority, a
member of Alpha Lambda Delta,
mortarboard and the Society of
Initiated into Tau Beta Pi
were John C. Angus, Bruce H.
Bacon, John L. Bloomquist,
David G. Boice, William A.
Bruinsma, Lewis A. Burnham,
Norberto J. Calderas, Harry
Choi, Andrew Cosgerea, James
Dehan, Richard M. Delong, John
W. Douglas, Albert E. Fey, Ward
D. Getty, Kenneth P. Grabowski,
Riseng, Gordon A. Roberts, Robert
J. Schoenhals, Walter J. Schrenk,
Roger J. Smithe, William C.
Sproull, Charles A. Stickels, John'
T. Stone, Maurice Van Auken,
Thomas M. Waltz, Jack Westa-
way, Gary Woodward and David
The dinner also honored Lee R.
Baker, Donald F. Kigar, Arthur B.
Modine, and Russell Parkinson.
Langer To Give
"Living Form" will be the sub-
ject of Suzanne K. Langer's third
and final lecture at 8:00 p.m. today
in Kellogg Aud.
The famous philosopher and
writer has based her three lectures
on "Pivotal Concepts in Philoso-
phy of Art," the first two lectures
having discussed "Expressiveness"
"Should Social Fraternities and
Sororities Be Abolished?" is the
title of a contest sponsored by the
Writers' Workshop, open to all
The Workshop is "a new organi-
zation devoted to literary research"
and will award prizes totaling
$600. First prize will be $300, sec-
ond and third will be $200 and
The essays, which may not be
over 500' words in length, will not
May 15 is set as the deadline and
each entrant is required to enclose
50 cents "to help cover the cost of
Essays should be addressed to
Writers' Workshop, P.O. Box 187-
North Postal Annex, Boston 14,
All past members of Student
Legislature have been invited to
the SL spring banquet which will
be held at the Union on Wednes-
day, April 28.
When You're Smilin'
By ALICE SEITZMAN
The less educated parents are,
the more they approve of current
television programs for children.
In the first major study of par-
ent's attitudes toward children's
TV shows, conducted by the
Communications Research Project
under the supervision of the Yale
Divinity School, it was found that
a substantial majority of parents
are satisfied with programs that
are being offered.
* * *
ACCORDING TO the survey's
findings, which were announced
Tuesday, parents' opinions about
children's TV shows are strongly
influenced by factors such as
social level, financial status, relig-
ion and age of children.
Of the random sample of
metropolitan New Haven's popu-
lation, the 26 per cent minority
who registered disapproval were
largely the best educated, white
collar workers and parents of
TV Preference Related
To Parent's Education
children from four to nine years
Commenting on the findings of
the report. Prof. Edward Stasheff
of the speech department stated,
"The significance to me is that
probably most parents who ap-
prove of so many programs do not'
themselves watch those to which
their children are devoted. I find
that parents who watch conscien-
tiously frequently disapprove of
the very programs that are most
popular with the children."
The report, which formed part
of a larger survey of the effects
and values of the television med-
ium. showed that according to
parents' reports, children spend
about 13 hours a week watching
their regular programs as con-
trasted to the average of two hours
spent listening to the radio.
Howdy Doody was listed as the
most popular children's program,-
followed by Hopalong Cassidy and
subsequently by Super Circus.
Robert M. Halleen, William M
Hamil, Geotge A. Hellwarth,
Robert C. Hutchinson, Gerald
C. Kaercher and Donald D..
The list continues with Paul D.
Maker, Richard K. McCord, Rich-
ard A. Meyer, Eugene I. ODell,
Fabian C. Polcyn, Delbert A. Pres-
ton, Thomas P. Propson, Ole A.
SMILIN'-A big, happy smile on a big, happy face is just to say
that the Michigras parade starts at 3:30 p.m. tomorrow with this
lady one of the featured participants.
on all garments cleaned
Star Cleaners & Laundry
1213 5. University Call NO 8-9501
Group of Better Blouses,
Hats, Skirts, Nylon Slips,
25 Better Dresses
Group of Blouses, Skirts, Slips,
530 S. Forest and 111 1 S. University
ALL WOOL SKIRTS
were 14.95 and 16.95 ... $9
for all occasions
- FRAMAR'S -
347 Maynard Street
Spring Sale of Suits
100% WOOL REPPS
gabardines, flannels, orlon and wools, silk and wools
Regularly $39.95 to $98.95 - NOW .. .
'4to 1/3 off
Sizes 7-15 . . . 10-40 , . . 12/ to 202
the X 116ethA ilcn ,! epa
530 S. Forest and 1111 S. University
(umle4e Crf I ;np nf
Tussy Cream Deodorant
Regular $1.00 size
Lumbard's University Drugs
1225 S. University
Beginning April 19 - till June 1
COLD WAVES PERMANENTS
Reduced prices for this time only!
$15.00 ... now $12.s-.-$12.50... now $10.00
Free hair tuts and style with every permanent.
The Observatory Beauty Salon
1402 Washington Heights-Observatory Heights Phone NO 2-3413
1 block from University Hospital
700 pair new spring famed brand styles
from regular stock.
Reg. to 7.95. .
Reg. to 10.95. .
Reg. to 16.95...
. NOW 7.88
306 S. State Street
U.S. ARMY-NAVY TYPE
Sizes 6-12, Widths A-F--size 13 - $7.88
122 East Washington
1327 S. University - Between Forest and Washtenaw
Good, clean used clothing in nice condition. Low prices.
SPORT COATS 1.00-6.00
MEN'S SUITS 5.00.15,00
Men's and Women's Toppers $5
Open afternoons daily except Wed. Sat, 10-4:00
The NEARLY-NEW Shop
209 E. Washington Ph. 3,-01 66
NEW ARGUS C-3's
$6.65 down, balance monthly
Purchase Camera -Shop
111.6 S. University. .. NO 8-6972
PURCHASE FROM "PURCHASE"
Bermuda Shorts $5.98
307 South State
IMPORTANT. APRIL VALUE!
Folding and Telescope
.Made to sell for much more!
Timely rainy season value find! Purse-size folding umbrellas that
open to regular size . . . 19-inch travel-brellas with telescoping
handles that expand to full size when open. Plaid, ombre, and spring
solid acetate fabrics. Ideal for travel ar gifts.
Hand Sewn LOAFERS
BROWN, RED, BLACK
Sizes 4 to 10
MAST'S College Shop
Big New 17-inch Screen
were 12.95 to 21.95.. .$7
were 17.95 to 39.95.,..$14 to $23
$2.50 a week
Large Platform Rockers
Covered in plastics, frieze, and nylon.
Large selection of covers.
Chairs you would expect to pay $69.50.
for only $39.50
BROADWAY AUCTION HOUSE
4th Ave. at Huron
SKIMMER SHELL FLATS,
BLACK -- NAVY - RED
Sale Price... $5*88
Values to 7 95
Open Monday Nights Till 8:30
I ea i~ ra --e
Coat and pullover-sleeve and sleeveless.
All wool, nylon or dacron. Also the mir-
acle mixtures of nylon, dacron and wool.
All sizes and colors. Regular $2.95 to
$13.95 values at real savings of.....
119 S. MAIN ST.
"Where The Good Clothes Come From"
2194 Jackson Road
Call NO 2-5176
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