TIE WCHIG N DAILY
TH'IURSDAY, APRIL4 t9, 1 X5 4
Top-To-Bottom Repair Job
Continues at Kigsley House,
Bv DAVIn KAPLAN
Only men students interest-
ed in becoming orientation
group leaders for the fall se-
mester may sign up for inter-
views in the Student Officers of
the Union, according to Union
officials. Women may sign up
for the interviews next week
at the League.
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floor and one on the first floor''
The Intercooperative Council's have been replaced with acous-
Kingsley House at 803 E. Kingsley, tical tile.
is still in the midst of its $5,000'
repair program. In the attic, new cabinets have
Most of the interior has been re- been built in one room, and a
built with work going on from the bathroom with stall shower has
basement to the attic. Because the been installed.
majority of electrical lines are in In June, according to the ICC
the basement, the complete cellar monthly newspaper the Coopera-
has been re-wired. tor, a major project is being con-
* * * templated: the shifting of a wall
on the second floor. All the plans
NEW STEPS have been put in have been completed and approv-
at the one remaining entrance at ed by the city building inspectors
the front of the house. At the sec- and Harold Dunstan, University
ond entrance, the staircase to the E health and safety examiner.
second floor has been removed and
the stairwell is being closed off to
provide an extra room for one of' ACCORDING TO Luther Bu-
the second floor apartments. This chele, ICC Executive Secretary,
could be done only after a fire es- "the ICC is losing $200 a month
cape to the third floor had been on Kingsley House, and will con-
installed in accordance with city tinue to do so until it is totally oc-
building codes. The fire escape isj cupied some time in June." Bu-
Himler Relates Accidents'
To Psychological Factors,
"Accident causes lie in the fail-
ure of the individual to adjust of 386 major home accidents. psy-
himself to his own protection," chological factors were revealed in
states Leonard E. Himler, profes- 48 per cent. Exciting or upsettting
sor of mental health, in a recent circumstances were reported for
article in the Michigan Business only 17 per cent of major injuries
Review. to individuals over 14 years old, he
His article is entitled "Psycho- continues.
logical Factors in Industrial Ac- "The problem of interpreting
cidents." He states that "the time the inter-personal aspects of ac-
has come when safety persons cidental injuries opens up a whole
must look to the social sciences for new research field," he said. "Re-
help in extending their field of in- search in this area should include
fluence to include the study of per- such aspects as the authority fac-
sonal and psychological factors tor ,emotional relationship of the
underlying accident behavior." two persons chiefly concerned, and
Prof. Himler mentions a recent interplay of projection, guilt, ra-
survey made by the School of tionalization, and hostility," he
Public Health which revealed that added.
Chicago College of
Excellent opportunities for
qualified men and women.
Doctor of Optometry degree in
three years for students enter-
ing with sixty or more semester
credits in specified Liberal Arts
OPEN FOR FALL, 1954
Students are granted profes-
sional recognition by the U. S.
Department of Defense and
Excellent clinical facilities.
Athletic and recreational activi-
ties. Dormitories on the campus.
CHICAGO COLLEGE OF
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Chicago 14, Illinois
"Songs and Monologues" of the
great English writers will be given
by Prof. George B. Harrison at
4:10 p.m. today in Aud. A, Angell
Hall, as part of the English de-
partment's reading-lecture series.
Included in Prof. Harrison's pro-
gram will be some works by Mil-
ton, Shakespeare and Swinburne.
The fourth and final reading in
the series will be presented on
May 13 by Prof. Arthur Carr in
"A Reading of Light Verse." j
All of the second floor has
been re-wired and is now in
the process of being re-plastered.
The plaster ceilings of two
apartments, one on the second
chele referred to the fact that "be-
sides physical improvements, rent'
itself, as long as the house is un-
finished, must be carried by the
ICC. Until more paying tenants
can move in, the loss will con-
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Mary P. Parsons, visiting profes-
sor of library science, has been
elected to honorzary life member-
ship in the New Zealand Library
Miss Parsons has served as di-j
rector of the United States Infor-
mation Library in Paris and New
Zealand. She returned from Eur-
ope in 1952.
Petitions are available for six
positions on the World University
Those wishing to petition for the
offices of chairman, vice-chair-
iman, secretary, treasurer, faculty
contact and personnel director
may pick up petitions from 8 a.m.
to noon and 1-4:20 p.m. at the
Office of Student Affairs, or from
9 a.m. to noon and 1-5 p.m. at
Lane Hall. They must be turned
in at Lane Hall by May 3.
To iotinor Society
Dr. Thomas Francis Jr., chair-
man of the department of epidem-
iology in the School of Public
Health has been elected to the
American Philosophical Society.
Election is a signal honor, since
the society established by Benja-
min Franklin, is considered the
Phi Beta Kappa of professional
John Danielson, Grad, has been
awarded a Fulbright scholarship
to study comparative literature
under the United States Educa-
tional Exchange Program at the
University of Paris.
All housing units that have
not returned their Red Cross
donations have been urged to
do so as soon as possible by
Jim Riecker, '54, campus chair-
man of the drive.
O Ei at U "Educational Objectives of Tele-
n Exh it at M useum vision" will be the topic of an ad-
dress by H. K. Newburn, president
By SHIRLEY KLEIN of the Educational Television and
false hair on display, formerly Radio Center located in Ann Ar-
Costumes of North American worn by young Dakota warriors rathsrngmtigfth
Plains Indians are currently being when dancing or in battle, is still Michigan thColle spring meetingon 12:30
featured at an exhibit in the Mu- used today in many tribal dances. p.m. today at a luncheon at the
seums Bldg., open from 8 a.m. to A wooden war club with spike at- L aah
5 p.m. daily and from 2 to 5 p.m. tached, shows the ancient Dakota League.
Sundays. type weapon carried mainly as a With the general topic under
discussion of "Prospects for the
On display until July 1, the or- "prop" in celemonial dances. Utilization of Television in Edu-
naments include a Northern style A quillwork breastplate in the cation," the meeting will open with
grass dance costume consisting of collection substitutes quilled raw- a demonstration of classroom uses
beaded gauntlets, a beaded belt, hide bands for bone "hair pipes" of television at 10 a.m. in Rack-
disc necklace, deer hoof arm bands of similar ornaments. ham Amphitheater. Following the
and moccasins. Fur tails, reflect- An example of the "Crow" belt luncheon, another discussion will
ing the old custom, of wearing the is also being shown. Worn at the take place concerning television
hair in braids, two at the sides of level of the hips in the rear, the for education at 1:30 p.m. at Rack-
the head and one in the back, are article symbolizes a battlefield aft- ham Amphitheater.
also on exhibit. er the conflict is over. Rows of Anyone interested in attending
* * * feathers represent birds fighting either the sessions or the luncheon
ANKLE BELLS, four for each over' dead bodies. Two spikes should contact Edward G. Groes-
ankle, represent part of the "light" pointing upward represent bodies beck, University Assistant Regis-
dancing costume. A skull cap with or fatal arrows in a lifeless enemy. trar.
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Its Use and Misuse," this evening
at 7:30 in Auditorium B, Angell Hall.
Featured vill be Andre Weitzhoffer, au-
thor of Hypnosis: An Objective Study
in Suggestibility; Dr. E. B. McNeil, Psy-
hology Department; and Dr. Guy
Swanson, Associate Professor of Sociol-
ogy. Everyone is welcome.
Scabbard and Blade Meeting. Iu. hing
Smoker today at 1930 Hours. 112 North
Hall. Uniforms will be worn.
Fireside Room, Lane Hall. All are wel-
The Congregational-Disciples Guild.
Freshman Discussion Group at Guild
House, tonight from 7 to 8. Topic
A Vespers Service will in the Firsti
Presbyterian Church Student Chapel at
5:10. Everyone is welcome and share in
La p'tite causette will meet today Drama Season Tickets for the coin-
from 3:30 to 5 p.m. in the wing of the plete season of five plays will be placed
Michigan Union Cafeteria. All interest- on sale Monday 10 a.m. at the box
ed in speaking French are cordially in- office, Lydia Mendelssohn Theatre.s
vited! Mail orders are now being received and
are being filled in the order of receipt.
U. or M. Sailing Club meeting to- The season this year offers recent plays
night at 7:45 p.m. in 311 West Engi- from the Broadway season, the complete I
neering Building. Area "D" Midwest bill being: May 10-15, LILLIAN GISH
Dinghy Championship Eliminations in "The Trip to Bountiful" with Kim
this week end. Accommodations for the' Stanley and John Conwell; May 17-22,
week end are needed. Contact Joan JUNE LOCKHART and JOHN DALL in
Sundquist, NO 3-1531, Ext. 104. "Gramercy Ghost" with Nydia Westman;
May 25-29, Arthur Miller's prize-winning
The International Tea, sponsored by play "The Crucible" with E. G. Mar-
the International Center and the Inter- shall; May 31-June 5, BARBARA BEL
national Students' Association, will be GEDDES in "The Little Hut" with Hi-
held this afternoon from 4:30 to 6 ram Sherman; June 7-12, JOHN BARA-
o'clock, third floor, Rackham Building. GREY and PAUL McGRATH in the cur-r
Floor Show will be put on by the Arab rent comedy hit on Broadway "Sabrina
students. Starting next week, the teas Fair." Tickets for individual perform-f
will again be held at the International ances will not go on sale until May 7,
Foreign Language Group, May 3, at
STheNational Association for the Ad- 8 p.m. in West Lecture Room. Mezza-
vancement of Colored People presents nine Floor, Rackham Building, featur-I
Prof. John P. Dawson (Law Dept,) dis- ing Prof. Robert Lado, who will talk'
cussing "The Legal Aspects of Discrim- on "Testing and Measuring LanguageI
ination" at 7:30 this evening in Room Proficiency with Particular Reference
3S of the Michigan Union. to 3rd and 4th Semester Levels." Mem-
bers of the teaching staffs of the lan-
Deutscher Verein-Kaffeestunde will guage departments and graduate stu-
meet today at 3:15 in the Union cafe- dents are invited.
teria. All interested in speaking Ger-
man are invited to join this informal Beacon. Professor Price will give an
group. illustrated talk on his European. travglo
-- to the members of Beacon on Sat,. May
Kappa Phi. There will be a business 1, 1:30 p.m. Meet in the lobby of the
meeting tonight at 7:15 p.m. at the League. P.S.-Don't forget Squash at
Methodist Church. Please be present. 8 and Swimming at 9 in the IM Build-
ing Friday evenings!
Christian Science Organization. Tes-
timony meeting tonight at 7:30 p.m. Episcopal Student Foundation. Can-
terbury Club. PICNIC, Fri., April 30.
Meet at Canterbury House at 6 p.m.
Episcopal Student Foundation. Tea
from 4 to 5:30 at Canterbury House,
Friday, April 30. All students invited.
Wesleyan Guild. Are you ready for
the Dutch Auction tomorrow night at
Roger williams Guild. Meet at the
Guild House at 7 p.m. on Fri., April 30,
to leave for a Square Dance Party with
the Ypsilanti Baptist group.
SRA Coffee Hour will feature the Lane
Hall Square Dance group. An exhibition j
will take place at 5 p.m. Coffee will be
served from 4:15 to 5:30. All are in-
vited to Lane Hall, Fri., April 30.
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