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VOL. LXIV, No. 141



McCarthy, Mundt Support
Telephone Transcript Used

'M' Divides
Two Games





At Evanston Red China Role Still nsettled

Seek Legal
Okay of Tap
NBC TV Drops
Live Coverages
e By The Associated Press
The Army "may have opene
Pandora's box" in bringing up
telephone transcripts, said Sen
McCarthy (R-Wis) yesterday.
"Everything that happened in
this case since last summer should
be in the record," he said.
* *
SEN. MUNDT (R-S.D.) signe
subpoenas, directing principals im
the dispute between Sen. Mc
Carthy and top Pentagon official
to submit notes of any monitored
telephone conversations relevan
to the controversy.
At the same time, he said, he
ha asked the special staff of
lawyers hired by the Senate In-
vestigations subcommittee to
prepare recommendations on
whether transcripts of such con-
versations could legally be offer-
ed in evidence without the con-
sent of both parties.
Mundt, the acting chairman o
the subcommittee, said he also is
seeingadvice from outside law-
yers on the legal issues involved.
The legal hassle over the phone
records broke out at the sub-
committee's hearing Friday afte
Secretary of the Army Robert T

_____________I Eaddy Homers
Advisors Meet World News ISecond CamePolitical Days
The student advisors' pro-
gram, aimed at helping stu- jjQllJ~)Special to The Daily
dents in their choice of courses EVANSTON-Righthander Jack Conferences
for next semester through ad- Corbett held Northwestern to six
vice from upperclassmen, will By The Associated Press hits to give Michigan a 9-5 win in'for
hold its first session from 3 to WASHINGTON,-The final go- Wrigley Field yesterday after the Slated r U ,
S 5 p.m. tomorrow in Rm. 1025 ahead signal on the proposed na- Wildcats had rallied for seven runs
Angell Hall. tionwide tests of the new polio in the sixth to down the Wolver-
Representatives from 21 lit- vaccine-scheduled to get under- ines, 10-6, in the opener of a Big By MUR4RY FRYMER
erary college departments, the way tomorrow-still awaits the Ten twin-bill.
business administration college outcome of a "play it safe" session The split gave the Maize and A two-day introduction to parti-
and the Schools of Education of polio experts who are meeting Blue ar 2-1 record at the conclusion san. political activity will begin
d and Music will be on hand from here- of the first weekend of Conference mrrwwhReuicnDy
p 3 to 5 p.m. every afternoon this The experts, constituting a "vac- play. leading the way, followed by
. week to give advice to inter- tcine Advisory Committee" to the * * * Democrat Day on Tuesday.
ested students. National Foundation for Infantile DON BLAHA'S tremendous A full day of activities has been
Paralysis, which is sponsoring the homerun with the sacks jammed prepared for the Republicans, be-
d 4proposed field trials, will make a sparked the Wildcat uprising in ginning with a panel discussion at
R elay ~oca-a final appraisal of the safety of the the first game and gave hurler 10:15 a.m. in Rackham. The panel
!vaccine-and then decide whether George Barvinchak the victory, will feature Republican State
d it will be released for use as Starter Marv Wisniewski wea- Chairman John Feikens, National
Ak Jf7in scheduled. thered -the storm for the Wol- Committeeman David Kendall,
- L* * * yerines, giving up all the win- State Auditor-General John Mar-
s HANOI, Indochina-The French ner's runs before Garby Tadian tin, and the Secretary to the Mich-
d~ set up a new defense line yesterdayI carne in to relieve him in the igan Young Republican Federa-
,t IIac T tl s in a desperate attempt to bolster ninth. tion, Barbara Dickhoff.
Dien Bien Phu's crumbling north- Fisher's diamondmren outhit * * *
Special to The Daily west barrier. Northwestern 13-9 in the opener ALSO INCLUDED in the panel3
Word spread that a French Lao- as they went into an early 3-0 will be Prof. Harold Dorr of the
PHILADELPHIA - Michigan': tian column thrusting up from lead before the Wildcats took political science department, and
Fritz Nilsson added the shot put the south may try to relieve pres- charge, with their sixth-inning four students representing the
title to the discus laurels he won sure" on the embattled garrison. outburst. University and-other schools in the
Friday to become the first athlete The French launched a say- The Wolverines pulled a similar state.
to ever win both weight events in age counterattack to try to dis- comeback in the nightcap, scoring . .
the Penn Relays three straight lodge the rebels from a key five runs in the sixth and two " Topic for the panel will be:
years. ch DonC h'ssprint Union outpost they seized Fri- more in the seventh as they again Organization." Fifty students in
medleyeay tea Caddanot day near the northwest defenses. outhit their opponents, this time g the audience will represent the
ifmedley relay team added another The failed to rtake the potte u e8-6. rpesn t
victory to give the Wolverines os, 8-6 * * University and the rest will in-!
vihrcto toive gthe olvefrinesbut shdthe fury of their onslaught
threekons trig ghome from pusd the Vietminh back brief- NORTHWESTERN enjoyed a elude student groups from other
-teweedextravaganza. l n onteFechtm ostate clee n nvriis
*ly and won the French me to 5-2 margin going into the sixth,
e , establish a new line of trenches largely on the strength of Larry Students interested in taking
NILSSON tossed the shot 55'and fortifications. Kurka's three-run homer. part in this discussion may call
r to win his second event with * * * Michigan scored first with a Tim Richard at NO. - 3-0521, Ext.
. ease. CAIRO, Egypt - The Egyptian two-run out-break in the first 668.

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Equal Rights
In Sessions
Dulles Opposes
Mao Recognition
By The Associated Press
GENEVA-The Geneva confer-
ence on Korea and Indochina will
begin to unfold tomorrow at the
Palais des Nations, former home
of the League of Nations and now
the European headquarters of the
United Nations.
In Parls, the Western Allies
ended three days of preparatory
talks for the conference, still con-
fronted by the fact the key issue'
of the role of Communist China
remained unsettled.
* * *'
U. S. Secretary of State Dulles,
British Foreign Secretary Anthony
Eden and French Foreign Min-
ister George S. Bidault remained
firm in their position that the
Geneva meeting was set up by the
Big Four and that Red China was
only invited to participate.
The Soviet Union remained
adamant in its view that Red
China should have status and
rights at Geneva equal to thooe
of the Big Four powers.
This dispute must be resolved
before the Geneva meeting can
get down to the business of try-
ing to unify Korea and settle the
war in Indochina.

-Delly-Dick Gaskill
SWAN LEGS-Transformed for Michigras weekend into dancing
ballerinas, members of Alpha Tau Omega fraternity tiptoed their
way to first place in the show booth judging for "Swan Legs," a,
"Swan Lake" takeoff presented by ATO with Delta Delta Delta
Crow s Nest, 'Swan Legs',
Ubang-e Win Michigras
A riotous 1954 Michigras came reluctantly to an end at 1 a.m.
this morning after two days of unprecedented fun and, frolic.
Highlighting the closing night of .the carnival, Acting Dean of
Students Walter B. Rea announced the winning booths at 11 p.m

Stevens told of a call he received Friday Nilsson and teammate
from McCarthy last Nov. 7. Roy Pella had pulled a stunt
* * * rarely seen as they won titles in
THE ARMY secretary quoted the same event simultaneously
McCarthy as telling him that he in the season's two big invi-,

, thought a few week
be arranged for
NBC 'television
nounced it will dr
age of the hearin
the loss of revei
placed commerci
ABC, MBS and
they would contin
and television bro
Sen. McCarthy
that after his row
is finished he prop
number of test c
against witnesses
Fifth Amendment
questions about esp
after they denied b
'Carver G
Air Fore
Prof. Harry C.
mathematics depart
selected to receive
? Exceptional Service
significant contribu
nautical navigatio
Headquarters recen
The citation, whi
highest a civilian
the armed forces, w
by Maj. Gen. Gabri
Commander- of F
Air Force, Waco, Z
mal ceremony at 2
on Ferry Field.
* *
A WING review
Aiir Force ROTC
pating will take pl
the ceremony.
The official cit
panying Prof. Ca
commends him for
ly meritorious co
performance of ou
vice to the Unit
Force from June 1
30, 1953, when he
-siderable portion o
finances to the ene
of the Air Force."
He has advance
on navigation and
Air Force in the
Testing these theor
Prof. Carver's fly
North Pole which
oldest man in his
such a flight.

fends off might tational track meets.
Pvt. G. David Pella, the only Michigan athlete
entered in the Drake Relays at
network an. Des Moines. Iowa, heaved the dis-
opleoer - cus 164', 9%", just shy of Nilsson's
igs because-of winning 165' mark here in Phil-
iue from dis- adelphia.
am programs. This afternoon the Wolverine
Dumont said sprint medley team of Grant
nue live radio Scruggs, Bob Brown, Jack Car-
iadcasts, roll, and Pete Gray turned in a
3:26.8 clocking, in the fifth fast-
also declared est - time ever recorded in this
with the army country, as they outran Manhat-
oses to start a tan, Notre Dame, Princeton, and
ontempt cases Quantico. P
who invoked * *
immunity to MICHIGAN had to settle for
ionage activity second place in the four mile relay
)eing espionage as Indiana won by 150 yards 'in
in 17:32.8.
The Wolverine quartet of Ron
Fets Wallingford, John Ross, John
Moule, and George Lynch got
off to a bad start ,on the first
e s leg that left them in 15th place
as the second man took the ba-
Award ton.
The laurels were well divided -as
Carver of the'no school won more than one relay
ment has been j event.
the Air Force's! Other Wolverines entered in in-
Award for his dividual events included Roger
ations to aero- Maugh, who placed fourth in the
n, Air Force pole vault, and Mark Booth and
ftly announced. Milt Mead, who tied for third at
ch is the second 6'4" in the high jump.
may get fromj
ill be presented Student Personnel
el P. Disosway,
lying Training The American Council on Edu-
Tex., in a for- cation's Commission on Student
:20 p.m., Tues., Personnel will hold a meeting here
tomorrow and Tuesday.
* A faculty-administration panel
with all local at 2 p.m. and a student panel at 4
cadets partici- p.m. tomorrow in Rm. 3K of the
ace as part of Union will highlight the confer-
ation accom- -U C B:sa r
S"exceptional- 'THE CRUCIBLE:

government yesterday ordered frame, but the Wildcats came Activity will continue in the af-
trial of two powerful newsmen, back to cross the plate five ternoon, when the audience will
the Fath brothers, before a mili- times in the fourth. divide into small group discussions.
tary Revolution Court. They are Northwestern used three pitch- led by a faculty member and a
charged with acts against the se- ers in an effort to stop the Wol- party leader. Each group will
curity of Egypt. The state prose- verines. Jerry Otto started. e- contain about twenty participants.
cutor invoked laws that might call I linquished the mound chores . to At 3:30 p.m. Carroll D. Kearns,
for a. death: penalty if they were , Mark Engdahl in the sixth, and Congressman from the 24th Dis-
convicted. he in turn was relieved by Jim trict of Pennsylvania. will com-I
* * * Bragiel. . plete the day's activities with an
WASHINGTON - The Senate Don Eaddy parked one of Otto's address in Rackham Amphitheater.I
Appropriations Committee yester- offerings into the Wrigley Field His talk is open to the general'
day criticized the handling of U.S. stands with no one on , in the public.
aid to India. I sixth.
Chairman Bridges (R-N.HA The Wolverines will continue in ON TUESDAY the Democrats'
said "recent actions on the part Conference action at home next will dominate the scene, . with a
of Prime Minister Nehru are weekend with a single game with' similar schedule of events. Neil
not calculated to improve under- Purdue Friday and a double-head- I Staebler, State Chairman, Mrs.
standing between the two na- er with their co-defending champ*, Margaret Price, National Com-
tions."- , Illinois, Saturday. mitteewoman, Victor Baum, Presi-
Sen. Wiley (R-Wis) denounced - dent of the Michigan Young
yesterday as an invitation to new LaDemocrats and Louise Caine will
Communistsaggression anproposallL w Groups Meet be featured in the morning panel
by Nehru for a four-power non- Discussing the general problemsdiscussion.
intervention pact in Indochina. of young lawyers and law fraterni- Prof. James K. Pollock will
Wiley, head of the Senate For- ties, Phi Alpha Delta. professional moderate between the panel and
eign Relations Committee, said in. law fraternity, held its annual a four-student reactor board.
an interview that if any such pact convention here Friday and yes- After small group discussions in;
were signed "it would be equiva- terday. the afternoon, Richard Nelson, ad-
lent to sanctioning Communist Featured speaker at last night's' ministrative assistant to Adlai
aggression not only in Indochina dinner was Hon. Anthony P. Sav- Stevenson, will give an address at'
but in any place the Kremlin arese, Judge of the Surrogate 3:30 p.m. in Rackham Ampithea-I
might start its next adventure by Court of Queens, New York. ter.
using its satellites." . - - - ------ -
S7" 'F W .u .

* **The Western leaders and their
"SWAN LEGS" a ten-minute musical comedy staged by Delta experts have held two meetings
Delta Delta and Alpha Tau Omega, captured the first place trophy in here to discuss conference proced-
the show booth category. Honorable mention went to the Newberry ure Spokesman for ,the delega-
House-Gomberg House production of "Showboat" and "K-Xi Cafe' sions said at. neither meeting were
questions of policy taken up.
sponsored by Kappa Kappa Gamma and Theta Xi.'
"U-Bang-E", a skill involving coconuts and natives' heads and WHEN THEY broke up yester.
sponsored by Tau Delta Phi, won the first prize among the skill day, a French spokesman said the
booths. "Illuminate Your A-Rate," by Sigma Delta Tau and Sigma ministers were hopeful that a
Alpha Mu,. and "Walking Through the Arb," presented by Betsy quick settlement could be reached
Barbour and Taylor House, received honorable mention. at Geneva. But he added there was
Winner of the refreshment booth trophy was "Crow's Nest," no certainty as to how the subject
operated by Gamma Phi Beta and Chi Phi. The Michigan Dames' would be approached.
booth, "Treasure Island Inn," was awarded honorable mention. The admission of Red Chinas
Trophies to be presented to the booth in each category that sells as an equal to the Big Four
the most tickets will be announced as soon as the ticket sales are. would permit the leader of its
tabulated. delegation, Premier-foreign min-
* * * ister Chou Enlal, to take the
EARLY TIS morning it was presidency, if that office is ro-
YD M cCarthy announced that Bernie Goodman, tated.
'57 walked off with the grand prize e
having accumulated a total of 284 British and French officials here
D iscuission S Se Michibucks during the two-day have indicated understanding and
Scarnival. He will receive tickets sympathy with the position of Dul-
"Has McCarthy's term as a pub- for the Inter'fraternity Council I les, who cannot relent in his op-
lic servant proved to be an asset Ball, taxi service for the vening, position to accepting the Chinese
to the country?" I complete. dinner for two before- Reds and transforming Geneva in-
A pro and con panel will debate hand, an orchid for the girl, and' to a five-power meeting.
this question Tuesday at a Young the 100-foot Michiworm that' has =tulles' stand appears unalter-
Democrat meeting at 7:30 p.m. -in hung over the prize booth during able because of the policy of the
Aud. D of Angell Hall. the festivities. Eisenhower Administration and
Speaking for McCarthy will be The second night of Michigras strong congressional and public
Prof. Bennett Weaver of the Eng- was as crowded as the first. Michi- sentiment against any recognition
lish department, Prof. Louis J. buck anxious contestants found it of Mao Tze-tung's government as
York, of the engineering school difficult to push their way from a reputable big power.
and Ken Mackness, booth to booth as-Yost Field House'
Dissenting will be Prof. Edwin E. 1 was flooded with fun-seekers. A high State Department offi-
Moise of the mathematics depart- And the most successful aspect cial threatened yesterday that
ment, Rev. Edward Redman, of of the whole spectacular affair Dulles would "get up and go home"
the Unitarian Church, and Charles was that everyone who was looking if Russia continues insisting that
Sleicher, for fun found It. Red China be treated on an equal
- - -- - - - - - -- - - -f -r ---- - -- - - --.- -- footing with the Big Four powers.
Dulles arrived at Geneva late
J 'yesterday on what he called a
Joint Judic Policy Stays, "misson of peace made necessary
by Communist aggression in Asia."
WaiHe declared he hopes tht Com-
lNot Name V io l a tors ; nmunists have come here "ina
mood to purge themselves of their
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Are you a potential hophead?
Oh well. At any rate, Gar-
goyle's annual Hophead Con-
test, open to all humor writers
on campus, is still going strong.
Closing date is midnight, Apr.
30. Prizes of $21, $10 and travel
will be awarded the winning
entrants at the Hophead lec-
ture, May 11.
Entries should be submitted
to the Gargoyle Office in the
Student Publications Bldg., by
carrier pigeon, mail or pony

Kauper HitS Discrediting
Techniques of Investigation,
"Resulting from the methods some Congressional investigating
committees are using, the public generally tends to believe that any-
one summoned before the committee is a suspect," said Prof. Paul
G. Kauper of the Law School at the Sixth Circuit judicial conference
here yesterday,
"For this reason, such a person is already condemned by the
bar of public opinion before he is heard," he added.
COMPARING Congressional investigative procedures and judicial
Vrocedures with refre t it iti Prnf KI


o b s vu e t h a t b e w e e n t e t w o t h e
observed that between .the two the

nduct in the
tstanding ser-
ed State Air
, 1950, to June
devoted a con-
f his time and
rgetic support
d new theories
has helped the
ir application.
Ties resulted in
'ing over the,
made him the
story to make

E. G. Marshall To Play Lead Role.

lessexainatonrro. paperuY c."N li111V 1TT2) Such publicity would be det-
re is a vast difference of purpose. Joint Judiciary Council's policy rimental to the interests of theV ll
. of not releasing the names or coin- University. V l anl Alum ni
lain tteims,Pof.thaper menting on the group violations it 3) Publicity possibly would be
asserted that the most recent handles is here to stay, at least for considered an additional. penaltyH old R eunioi
and best-known objective, ex- the present. to those involved, and certain cases I
and est-nownobjetive ex- That was the indication given~ would receiv~ unequal public chas-
posing and discrediting people yhn u About 35 Vulcan ahmni from as
before the public, gives rise to 'yesterday by Judiciary Chairman tisement.R far back as '04E have returned to
man oftody'sprolem.Lee Fiber, '54, who said, I don't 4) The above factors would re-'
many of today's problems. haeasdaa hstm ha v r o e campus this weekend. to relive
Shave any idea at this time that duce cooperation between the c
"If a committee assumes a puni- jchanges will be made." council and the discipline sub-' their college experiences and cam-
tive aspect, it then resembles both Daily Managing Editor Harry committee. pare notes on the University then
the grand jury and the trial jury," Lunn, '54, has indicated that the 5) Publicity would jeopardize and now.
and it doesn't have protective pro- paper stands ready to reopen nego- the confidential nature in which The occasion was the 50th an-
cedures like the trial jury." tiations with Judic on its policy the council obtains evidence and, niversary celebration of the hon-
"IN * stand at any time, testimony. orary society for engineering col-
S* x * '* * * lege seniors.
IN CRIMINAL trials the most

E. G. Marshall will take the lead
role in Arthur Miller's "The Cruc-
ible" which will be the third play
of this year's Drama Season, be-
ginning May 25.
Marshall took over the leading
part of John Proctor, after play-
ing a featured role in the original
New York production. Besides re-
cent work in television he also

New York run the Miller play won
two coveted theater awards as the
outstanding drama of the '53 sea-
son: the Antoinette Perry Award
and the Donaldson Award.
i MILLER, a University graduate.
had previously received the Pulit-
zer Prize for his "Death of a Sales-
man." His earlier play was "All
My Sons."

important right, that of the ac-I
cused to face and cross-examine
the accuser and call witnesses fort

THE PRESENT policy of not re- SINCE publication of their stand
porting the names and penalties in the Judic policy has prevented, HIGHLIGHTING the weekend's
group cases when they are acted complete public coverage of two activities was a banquet at the
upon by University authorities additional group violations, that Union last night for the alumni,



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