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Latest Deadline in the State


U' Landlady Campus Meeting

Bars Dates
From House
Bared by Coeds
Two Negroes, one a Universityc
student, were barred from re-
maining in a League House when
they went to pick up their white
dates and remain in the House
Saturday night, it was learned yes-

- 3
1ews Problems
Admissions, Student Government.
Enrollment Increases Discussed
Topics ranging from university admission policy to campus
student government were aired yesterday during the fourth semi-
annual student-faculty-administration conference held at the Union.j
With more than 50 student, faculty and administration leadersI
present, one of the four sub-groups in the conference brought out
the fact that, with its present teaching and physical facilities, the
University could easily handle the post-World War II peak enrollment
of 22,000,


Even symphony orchestras
spring surprises.
The Philadelphia Orchestra
which usually renders a stir-
ring version of "The Victors"
at the final May Festival con-
cert, played it at last night's
opening concert instead. The
occasion was to honor the Uni-
versity Musical Society which is
celebrating its 75th anniversary
this year.
At the conclusion, as the gal-
lery shouted its approval, Uni-
versity President Harlan H.
Hatcher crossed the center
aisle and publicly congratulated


Testifies at Hearings,

Says Stevens Requested Photo

, .

1 0 Counties
Begin Mass
Polio Tiests

Says Army

' The League House, located at * * '
1811 Washtenaw, is owned and op- THIS GROUP pointed out thatrenrollment has been increasing
erated by Mrs. Hollis W. Freeman. by approximately 1,000 students per year due to two factors-theI
Mrs. Freeman commented last' -- -- -4 growing state population and the
night that she does not believe relatively greater number of high
that Negroes and whites should I ji0 % ,~j school students entering college.
date socially, and mentionedthatV ote S ated ec hi
some of the parents of girls in ; nained high, the discussion
her house might object if they saw: O n w groups brought out. The main
Negroes being entertained in her 'a'vaneed for University scholarship
house. today is caused by out-of-state
By The Associated Press students.
ANITA Halpern, '56, and Jeanne WASHINGTON - St. Lawrence The group discussing student+
Martni,'56, the two girls who had seaway legislation, before Con- government mentioned that itr
scheduled dates with the Negroes,'gress in varying forms for more should become a co-ordinatingI
however, said their own parents than' 20 years, was cleared yester- body within whose framework oth-
did not object at all to their dating day for a House vote-probably er student groups would still func-
policies. next week. tion. They would, however be co-
"We're planning on working The House Rules Committee vot- ordinated under a central student;
toward removing such discrim- ed 7-5 to send the bill to the House government, which would be a
ination, but we can't push the channel for the expression of stu-+
University. All we can hope is floor. The Senate passed the meas- dent opinion.j
that girls won't move into League in January. Possibilities for a student forum
Houses, as discrimination seems THE COMMITTEE directed that were also discussed. This couldl
to be the policy of all of them," the bill, which would authorize the consist of about 18 students who
they said. United States to join Canada in would hold open meetings where
Elizabeth A. Leslie, administra- constructing the 27-foot deep wa- other students could express and
tive assistant in the Office of the terway, be limited to four hours crystallize their opinions.
Dean of Women, confirmed the of debate. A g
fact that the situation at Mrs. Majority Leader Charles Hal- DntSIONth f ighrschoou-
Freeman's is "typical," but added leck (R-Ind.) announced debate dents to the University occupied
that there is far more liberality in on the bill would open Wednes- pointed out that more reliance is
League houses than in comparable day with the vote ticketed for presently being placed on recoi-
private homes in the same area Thursday. mendations of high school prim-.
locally. The seaway, which has Presi- cipals and counselors when admit-
"We are progressig and the dent Eisenhower's support, would ting students, as well as students'
League house directors are pro- enable much of the world's ocean academic work prior to entering;
gressing toward less discriminatory shipping to enter the Great Lakes the University.
policies," Mrs. Leslie reported. from the Atlantic. "It's a good idea to have Uni-
There is far less difficulty plac- The Rules Committee declined to versity students talk to students
g a Negro girl in a League House say how each of the 12 members in their former high schools
now than there was several years voted on the measure but, from a bg
ago," she noted. Mrs. Leslie ex- reliable source it was learned that about the advantages of an ed
plained that "it is just that when those voting for the measure in- said. This has worked well in
we have 30 parents who do not ap- cluded Reps. Allen (R-I11.), and past years.
prove of white girls dating Negroes, Madden (D-Ind.). The transition period from high
and six who don't care, we are Ischool to college is difficult for1
forced to abide by the majority alsome students, it was pointed out.
decision OFWsEDToaks Within 10 years, courses on whatI
cndeN thaW "EnyeonhBnto expect in college may be offer-+
oni added that "any person i Nr AAC P ed to seniors in high schools.
the United States or in the West- 3 J N APo-
ern world, if it is in their own
home, has a right to determine .i. on pb eu
what actions and standards will is thmmtio atplb prea
be acceptable in their own home." snted last night to the National

CharlesSikUniversity Musi- Ten Michigan counties are well S vChine Takes sta ;
cal Society president. on their way in the mass test be- Myj
dgunMonday, to inoculate schoolC .
children with the Salk polio vac- 1* AHNTN- /' v.G
W' 13cie.David Schine, the millionaire
Wvoruit News Although Washtenaw County ae took t withy stagan
health officials withdrew from the yae oktewtesstrd a
Roundup program three weeks ago, they te TV aspot eterag
noted, "We will welcome a. chance
to carefully consider participation shouted objections by his former
y The Asocatied Press n a renewal of a study when the boss. Sen. Joseph McCarthy (R-
WASHINGTON - President Ei- g has been perfected. Wis., Schine testified:
senhower said yesterday a practi- s-Daily-Chuck Kelsey 1. McCarthy is right -- Scine
sPUBLIC cooperation and un- JAY GRANT BOB GILLOW posed for a photograph with Sec-
cal settlement of the Indochinese derstanding are required in vaci- retary of the Army Robert T. Ste-
War may be possible even though nation procedures which are well " yens last Nov. 17 at the specific
wt coltelmmunstsortpeaset' established. We believe that the ra T 1 iotet request of Stevens. The Army sec-
with the Communists appears to lo " Ap o a e,padobtreedE..Yu/./
be something over the horizon the confusion and doubt created retary says he doesn't remember
b eheomethsng overysheuhdrironn it that way at all.
* * * our receiving much of the cooper- i 0 T n onkiO pera J os.
HANOI, Indochina - French ation necessary for a successful ents are right on anotherppoint--
commandos in predawn raids yes- conclusion of the polio vaccination
terday struck Vietminh positions program," the officials added----a colonel standing beside Schine
teaysrc Vitihpstosporm"teofcasadd At a Union Board of Directors in the original picture was miss-
pressuring Dien Bien Phu's shrun- Bay county, last of the ten meeting last night, the appoint- I Grant, a journalism major from ing from the photo submitted by
ken defenses. counties to begin the vaccina- ment of Jay Grant, '55, and Bob West Hartford, Conn., served as tngcfrthy poto Sente
, * Lions was 'steaming along beau- G to '56as Gral Ch.an program chairman for the 1953 the McCarthy forces to Senate
*ilo asGnrlCara investigators. The Army side
LONDON - A Labor member tifully," according to Dr. Albert Ganda.oad ShowM g th e aA member of Sigma Alpha
LODN aOperaad od hwMaae o h charges the original Air Force
of Parliament said yesterday E. Heustis, state health commis- 1954 Union Opera respectively Mu fraternity, he will also occupy photo was "doctored."
sioner. Contrary to reports of a position on the Union Board as
President Roosevelt wanted to was approved.* * *
tell Russia in 1943 about the lessening participation, he said, a vice-president during the 1954- SCHINE took the witness stand
development of the atomic bomb The people are enthusiastic' 55 school year. from Stevens over the vehement
the organization is working well; * objections of McCarthy, who was
but was talked out of doing so the volunteers are doing a good , S convia j GILLOW, A member of Beta obetnsfMcahywows
by Prime Minister Churchill. d far from finished with cross-ex-
Job and the children are taking Theta Pi fraternity from Detroit, amining the Army secretary and
t nd their stride." oncert Stars is a pre-business student. As co- protested that to break up the
WASHINGTON -- The Senate It is believed that the Salk vac chairman of the Booths Com- testimony was changing the
Banking Committee yesterday end- cine will cover over 40,000 Michi- y i mittee, he played an integral part ground rules in the middle of the
ed two weeks of a prelmiary gan school children. Originally. TSol sts min the recent and successful 1954 grm e."
probe of housing scandals after 60,000 students were scheduled for Michigras. gae.
hearing an FHA official testify he the test. Three soloists, the University Also at the meeting, Mike Scher- McCarthy's hottest blasts were
was "certain" that some builders At selected schools in each of Choral Union, and the American er, '54, reported on the 1953 Opera, delivered after Schine, who said
"gypped" on plans and specifica- the ten counties the students re- premiere of a Mexican ballad will terming it very successful. He also lie gave the original photo to
tions of big postwar rental housing ceiving the vaccine are also hav- highlight the second concert of proposed a reviewing of the Union George Anastos of the Investi-
projects. ing blood samples taken. This is this year's 'May Festival at 8:30 by-law pertaining to the Opera gations subcommittee staff last
* * * another way to note the efficiency p.m. today in Hill Auditorium. with a view toward revision. He Thursday, testified he couldn't
WASHINGTON - The House of the vaccine, health authorities Metropolitan Opera mezzo-so- I mentioned that several controver- remember whether Anastos .at-
Thursday upheld President Eisen- pointed out. prano Blanche Thebom and so- sies have arisen over the by-law's tended a restaurant meeting of
hower's request for a flexible * * prano Lois Marshall will share provisions. I the McCarthy staff last Monday.
world strategy by beating down DOCTORS and county health the spotlight for the first number Suggestions for revision will Ray H. Jenkins, special counsel
214-37 a proposal to limit the use I officials administering the vaccine with the Choral Union as they come up for a vote at the May 13 to the subcommittee, demanded a
of American troops in combat for the National Foundation for sing Vivaldi-Casella's "Gloria, for Board meeting, the last scheduled yesubommite, and e a
zones. Infantile Paralysis said many par- Soloists, Chorus and Orchestra." for this semester, yes or no answer, and McCarthy
IznesInantlearaysisadmnyar came up fighting.
ents have not given their consent E He accused Jenkins of "badger-
Ito the vaccinations because of ad-i THE CHORAL Union. under theJJ" ~
ute a iaiosbeaseo a-direction of guest conductor Thor H le Schol s ing Schine. He said the question-
O n versepulicit. Johnson, will then perform "Cor- ing was "indecent" and "improp-
3 UHowever, the Foundation report- tido de El Sol." or "Ballad of the T*rer"-"the most improper thing I've
ed in most instances a high per- Sun," by Carlos Chavez, one of srpe-ever seen." And he shouted:
d s Ieview e ' centage of children eligible for the Mexico's foremost composers. The "Maybe it will serve a purpose-
tests (first, second and third grad- Spanish text expresses the liber- University Day, designed to give because the American people are
ers in selected communities) ating inquietudes of the peon, who high school and junior college stu- watching this spectacle."
PASCOFF turned out with their parents' per- lived for centuries in oppression. dents of Michigan and Ohio a Obviously seething, Jenkins re-
I are voicing the opinion that Wed- mission. Leonard Rose, cellist with the chance to visit the University cam- torted he was only trying to get.
f a Democratic proposal to extend For test purposes half the chil- New York Philharmonic Orches- pus, is scheduled for tomorrow. at the facts. The uproar ended
upports on basic crops proves that dren get the Salk vaccine the oth- tra, will complete the program Sponsored by the Union Stu-. when the personable young Schine
port program is gaining strength .er half an inoculation which does with his performance of Dvor- dent Offices and the Admissions -who confined his answers to
that the major battles over farmn not contain the vaccine. ak's Concerto in B minor, Op. Office, the all-day affair will af- military-type "yes, sirs" and
id that the 48 to 40 defeat of the I - ______ __104, for Cello and Orchestra." ford glimpses of several aspects right, sirs as much as he could
ds th onl 4a atia Rdepulia therTomorrow afternoon's tradition- of University life to approximately said he thought he ought to see
al all-Brahms program will fea- 1500 prospective students. a lawyer.
* * In Robbery TolId ture violinist Jacob Krachmalnick On the Day's program will be
and violincellist Lorne Munroe, as I a general meeting in the Rack-'T
party lines with the majority of Leonard Gussei '54. fiom Io well as the annual appearance of ham Building where President Lewis
Democrats favoring higher gov- thIetvlYut hrs ne Harlan H. Hatcher will address
ernmental price supports while Nk R ad 4 of the visitors, tours of the cam- W ith Lead
moto(heRpbian poe from Br'ooklyn pleaded guilty in the direction o conductor Prof. viiorturhh Leae rs
most of the Republicans opposed municipal court yesterday on a Marguerite Hood of the music pus, a visit by each student to
them- school his chosen school, and a mixer in
charge of a June 6 robbery. schUol..James A. Lewis, recently ap-
In the wake of the Senate re- The two students and former There will also be mock lec- pointed University Vice-President
jection, the House Committee University student Clifford Sny- Hophead Le Lcturer Itures to acquaint them with Uni- for Student Affairs will meet with
on Agriculture announced yes- der from Dearborn were arraigned versity lectures, and open houses student leaders at 4 p.m. today in
terday that it might embody in in the Court following their arrest Prof. Morris Greenhut of the and exhibitions by the University's the Regents' Room of the Admin-
the over-all farm bill for this earlier this week by local detec- English department, critic, lec- various schools and colleges. They istration Bldg.
session of Congress a proposal tives. turer, gentleman and scholar, hu- will also be shown the Residence At present the director of the
sanctioning a farmer referend- Remarking to police that they manitarian and man of letters, will Halls, fraternities and sororities. University's Bureau of School
um. had to prove "we had nerve." the present this year's Hophead Lec- __Services, Lewis was appointed to
They contend that such an ar- three men confessed to the hold- ture at 4:15 p.m. May 11. * El t I the "wy'eated post by Presi-
rangement will give farmeis an up of Jeff Evans, Ann Arbor resi- At the lecture, winners of the I dent Hatcher April 19.
opportunity to express their opin- dent, last summer. They took his contest will be awarded prizes of I John Surbis, '56E, was elected The former superintendent of
ions concerning Federal price pro- I wallet containing 21. using a wa- $20, $10 and travel. The contest president of West Quad at a meet- the Dearborn school system is now
grams. ter pistol to apprehend the victim. is open until midnight today. ing this week. : on leave from his University posi-


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W'QW~rV,/VWl(11 L1G1 JW1 Lll11G.seted last night to the National
Every League House is the private ssociation for the Advancement
property of those who own them, sr dFor Farm G o
and the girls make their housing of Colored People by Prof. John!
contracts directly with the League "P Dawson of the Law School.
Landlady, not the University, she ByPubic education is the heart By JOE
added, of Democracy, stressed Prof. Many observers on Capital Hill
Dean Bacon also raised the Dawson. "Segregation in public nesday's rejection by the Senate o
question of where the present schools is a major problem in for another year the 90 per cent s
304 to 354 girls now residing in ,America," he said. It violates the
34 to35 gils owresdig i 14th Amendment of the Consti- ;the Eisenhower flexible pirice sup:
League Houses would stay if the tuti Sou the Covi- Most lawmakeis feel, however
University refused to accept and tution. Southern states provide
approve the houses for them. "1 meager, inferior, and unsanitary price supports are still to come an
need every single high quality schooling facilities for the Negroes, high price support proposal repr
place for girls to live that I can while the white people receive the victory.
find," she noted. best schooling provisions," he went
"As far as discrimination goes, on to say. THE VOTE was clearly along
the University doesn't like it, and
I personally don't like it," Dean ! 71,11
Bacon said, noting that "progress ; oGs an 4ootog es
will continue, but will always bea
siwer than most undergraduates
would like it to be.
"Except for large metropolitan'
areas social intercourse between
girls and boys of differing races is
not today widely accepted, par-I
ticularly in small towns and par-
ticularly in the Middle West,"
Dean Bacon continued. "I am not I1
saying this should be so or that
it shouldn't be so, but that it is so.?
To expect the citizens of Ann Ar- I
bor to conform to the minority
opinions of even the largest cities
and to be angry when Ann Arbor
is different from New York City
is not very realistic," she poiited;




Cotton, corn, wheat and rice
are thought to be the most likely
prospects for the referendum, but
cotton may be eliminated because
of the opposition of cotton inter-
ests to anything but high level
price supports.
* * *


I tion working toward a doctor's
1 degree at Harvard University. He
will assume his new post July 1.
Panel Discusses

Meanwhile the student branch
of the National Association for
the Advancement of Colored Peo-
ples passed a motion askin; t he
Deans of Women and Men to par-
ticipate in a panel discussion on
the problem of University housing
policies. They also began plans
to request that no photographs be
required on housing applications
Iand paved the way for an anti-dis-
crimination sticker campaign in
Ann Arbor.
Carpenters' Strike
Halts Construction

Students To Vote On New Calendar,

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(EDITORS NOTE: This is the see-

THE CHIEF obstacle to this ref- ond in a series of interpretive articles
erendum plan is the Administra- discussing calendar revision proposals
1 tion's attempts to obtain a flex- ! and their background.)
ible system, for undoubtedly the By ARLENE LISS
farmers will show in their votes a In the special all-campus elec-
preference for high level supports. tion Wednesday and Thursday
Many legislators feel that the students will be called to vote upon
Republicans must do more than a lengthy ballet which lists six
I guarantee high price props to calendar proposals and four qucs-
make good on their campaign tions.
promise to achieve necessary ad- The results of this Universityj
justments in farm output. They financed. Student Legislature
stress particularly the need for sponsored referendum will be tak-'

T r

2) Does the policy of official-
ly graduating seniors at Com-
mencement justify the relin-
quishment of a "dead" week-
3) Would students be in favor1
of providing for both a "dead"

tion. The solution of hav
by placing Commencem
a week later has beenc
to on the grounds thatz
wish to start their sum
immediately after final

Hypnosis Powers
ing both ":People can be made to comn-
ent Day mit crimes or harm, himself and
objected others if under certain conditions"
students said Andrew Weitzenhoffer yes-
mer jobs terday at the Psychology Club-
s. sponsored panel discussion on hy-
hortening pnosis.
suggested This fact and other little-known
break in truths about the topic were ex-
llow time plained by Prof. Guy E. Swanson
of the sociology department, Elton
pr1oposals B. McNeil of the psychology de-
tip f th partment and Weitzenhoffer dur-

The solution

of s

weekend and official graduation by spring vacation has been
holding Commencement one week because it provides for a
later and making it compulsory for the semester, yet would a
seniors to attend? for a "dead" weekend.
4) In order to allow time for a All f th clda
"dead" weekend should spring va- i A lsixofheclndar

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