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Thoughts of Summer

Regin as Exams Approach

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EDITOR'S NOTE
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VOL. LXIV, No. 160

ANN ARBOR, MICHIGAN, FRIDAY, MAY 28, 1954

EIGHT PAGES

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Britain May Cohn Contradicts
Adopt UnitedA
Action Policy Army TestimonY

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World News
Roundup

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U.S. May Enter Refers to Adamii
Fight-Bentley Trying To Kill,
Top level diplomatic sources in WASHINGTON-(P-Roy M
Geneva said yesterday that Britain yesterday the sworn testimony o
will be ready to heed America's T. Stevens and Army Counsel Jo
call for united action against Com- Cohn, chief counsel to the M(
munism in Southeast Asia if no and top aide to Sen. Joseph R.
1 satisfactory settlement on Indo- Adams of "blackmail," and said th
China is in sight by the end of "stop at nothing" to kill an inves
next week, filtration in the Army by proposi
It has been reported that British Air Force
Foreign Secretary Anthony Eden ? Both Stevens and Adams cat
believes the Geneva conference will .~- -
have produced a "firm decision"
on an Indo-China truce by that
time. If not, the Allies will walk 0 Tw'o D r aa
out of the talks and begin work T Com plete
immediately on a Southeast Asia 0
~defense pact, the sources said. ~
Meanwhile, Rep. Alvin Bentley 1954 S ason
(R-Mich.), speaking at a civic cele- ;
bration in Saginaw, Mich., said last
night the United States "may com- Two comedies, "The Little Hut"
mit armed forces to Indo-China with Babbara Bel Geddes, and
but this i t evitable." "Sabrina Fair" starring Georgian-
butnthieis notna Johnson will be the final offer-
"Whether we do or not," he add- ings of the 1954 Drama Season.
ed, "will depend upon the actions A French farce written by Andre
of other countries. We do not feel R eoussin and adapted by Nancy
that the loss of Indo-China would j Mitfort, "The Little Hut" places
necessarily mean the loss of the I , -

s as 'Blackmaiter'
Army Investigation
. Cohn contradicted under oath
of Secretary of the Army Robert
hn G. Adams on six major points.
cCarthy investigating subcommittee
McCarthy (R-Wis.), flatly accused'
he Army lawyer admitted he would
stigation of alleged Communist in-
ng investigations of the Navy and
tegorically denied this. The record

TAWFCIIQ KHOURY
...new Judic bead

of the televised
to the Justice
could form the
action.

hearing is going
Department and
basis for perjury

Cohn Testifies
Cohn testified in rapid-fire
fashion with only one long inter-
ruption-a bitter exchange be-
tween Sen. McCarthy and Demo-
crats on the investigating sub-
committee.
Sen. John McClellan tD-Ark.)
said McCarthy might well be
"guilty of a crime" in acceptingj
secret FBI data from an Army
intelligence officer. Sen. McCar-
thy defended his action, scoffed
at presidential secrecy directives

Next Year's
JintJudie
HRead NamedF
Tawfiq Khoury, '55E, was ap-
pointed chairman of the JointF
Judiciary Council for next year
yesterday, by the retiring and five,
remaining members of the coun-
cil.
At the same time. Janet Ruth-

BY The Associated Press 1
Freighter Carries Arms 4
PANAMA - The Panama Ca-
nal Press Office said last night
the manifest of the French freight-m
er Wyoming lists six boxes of
small arms, including one box of 1.
Browning automatic rifles con-
signed to El Salvador.
Previously the United States De-
partment had said the manifest
included five boxes of "sporting
arms."
Death Toll Rises ...
QUONSET POINT, R.I. --The { x
death toll in the aircraft carrier
Bennington disaster reached 92
last night when Lt. Paul S. To)-
do died in Newport Naval Hospi-
tal.
The naval court of inquiry whose
job it is to try to determine the
cause of the tragedy, set its first >
formal session for tomorrow morn-
ing.
Terrorism Increases ...
TUNIS, Tunisia - Terrorists
gunned five French farmers to .
death in west central Tunisia yes-
terday, bringing to 13 the num-
ber of killed in acts of violence in
this restive French North African
protectorate this week.
* *
Child Contracts Polio..
NEW YORK - One child in the
vast polio vaccine trials has devel-
oped paralytic polio, but it isn't
known if he had shots of the real PAR
vaccine or a useless material that the I
couldn't protect him. presen
The child, in Lenawee County, Erich
Michigan. was in a group half of was g
whom got the actual vaccine, and comm
half got a placebo injection which Reven
would be as useless against polio f
as water. I
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Action Taken
By Faculty
With Petition
Request Report
By Committee
fy ALICE B. SILVER
Associate Editorial Director
A special meeting of the literary
college faculty has been called for
Tuesday to discuss the issues in-
volved in the cases of two of the
three suspended faculty members,
Charles Odegaard, dean of the lit-
erary college, revealed last night.
The unscheduled meeting was
called by petition of more than 25
literary college faculty members
under the rules of the Faculty
Code. The mleeting will be held at
5 p.m. in Auditorium A of Angell
Hall, Dean Odegaard said.
Prof. Clement Markert of the
zoology department and Chand-
ler Davis of the mathematics de-
partment are the two faculty mem-
bers whose cases will be discussed.
Prof. Mark Nickerson of the phar-
macology department, the third
faculty member suspended after
appearing before the Clardy Com-
mittee May 10, is not a member of
the literary college faculty and
therefore will not be involved in
the special meeting.

pecial Meeting of LSA
aculty Called To View
wo Suspension Cases

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entire Far East but it would be a
terrible blow to the cause of the
free world. "
Declaring "our policy there is
not fixed," Rep. Bentley indicated
that if Free Asia wishes to defend
itself, "we will assist in such a de-
fense."

the eternal triangle on a desert
island. It will run Monday through
Saturday at the Lydia Mendels-
sohn Theater.
Miss Bel Geddes, star of play,
was on Broadway last year in
"The Moon Is Blue" and includes
among her film roles the part ofI
Katherine in "I Remeber Mama."

and said anybody who wants to erford, '55, and Norman Giddan,
indict him "can just go right '55, were appointed vice-chairman

ahead."
In, addition to accusing Stevens
and Adams, Cohn denied the tes-
timony of one or both of them
on these major points:
Says Adams Threatened
Ohn aii dl~an thr-anna

and secretary, respectively.
A resident of Flint and maj-
oring in civil engineering, Khou-
ry is a member of numerous hon-
oraries. Among them are Chi Ep-
silon, civil engineering honorary
fraternity f uhirhh t, Sill h

However, he pointed out that
if the United States does inter- tIsland Holds Four
vene, it will not "go it alone," but Playing opposite her are Hiram
"as part of a united, concerted Sherman as Philip, her husband
action . . which I hope will in= and Howard Morton in the third
elude contingents from every free corner of the triangle. John Gran-
nation of the Far East." ger appears as the fourth inhabi-
_ ; tant of the island.
I The season's final production,
M arkert Gets "Sabrina Fair," the story of a
chauffer's daughter who returns
from Paris to impress her father's
Suminii1er Job employers, will be at the Lydia
4 . - Mendelssohn from June 7 to 12.

Conn sad Aaams t reatened Lo l uemy, o wnicn ne wi be
have Pvt. G. David Schine ship- president next fall; Tau Beta Pi,
ped overseas if the McCarthy com- national engineering hondrary;
mittee persisted in subpoenaing Phi Kappa Phi, national schol-
loyalty board members and con- astic honorary; Vulcans, campus
tinuing an investigation of Ft. engineering honorary; Michigua-
Monmouth, N. J. ma, all-campus senior honorary.
He swore that Stevens and He is a past president of the En-
Adams did their best to fire Maj. gineering- Honor Council and a
Gen. Kirke Lawton, commanding past chairman of the Engineering
general at Ft. Monmouth, because Steering Committee.
he cooperated with and praised Miss Rutherford, affiliated with
the subcommittee's work, and said Delta Gamma sorority, is a mem-}
Stevens last Nov. 6 asked Sen. ber of Scroll, campus honorary for
McCarthy if he couldn't find affiliated senior women, Phi Beta
"some way of stopping the hear- i Kappa, national scholastic hon-
ings" on Ft. Monmouth. orary and freshman and sopho-
more women's scholastic honor-
aries.
Last Issue Giddan, who is affiliated with
With this issue The Daily Zeta Beta Tau fraternity, is a
ends publication for the se- member of Druids, campus sen--
mester. The next issue will ap-1ior men's honorary and Sphinx,
pear Tuesday, June 22. junior men's honorary and is the
advertising manager of Gargoyle.

-Daily-Chuck Kelsey
ING GIFT-Retiring after serving 11 years as director of
nternational Center, Dr. Esson M. Gale, with his wife,
rted a Chinese-inscribed shield to Assistant to the President
A. Walter for the International Center yesterday. The shield
iven to Dr. Gale by members of the Salt Guilds of China in
emoration of his service as director-general of the Salt
ue Administration.
Approves Trigon's

At Maine Lar
Prof. Clement L. Markert of the
zoology department has accepted
a position as summer visiting in-
Vestigator with the Roscoe B.
Jackson Memorial Laboratory at
Bar Harbor, Maine, laboratory of-
ficials announced yesterday.

Time of Performances Set
Evening performances of both
s plays are set for 8:30 p.m. and
matinees at 2:30 p.m. on Thurs-
days and Saturdays.
Tickets, which are still avail-
able at the Lydia Mendelssohn:
.box office, are priced at $3, $2.50
and $2 for evening performances

Daily' Jobs
Anyone interested in becom-
ing a summer Daily photog-
rapher may contact Alice Sil-
ver of Diane AuWerter, sum-
mer editors, at NO 2-3241.
Also vacant is the position of
summer advertising manager,
which may be filled by a stu-
dent interested in advertising.
Applicants for this job may
contact Dick Alstrom, '56, sum-
mer business manager, at NO
2-3241.

Plan To A ctivate Pledges Executive Committee Report
Prof. William Haber of the eco-
nomics department and a member
By DAVE BAAD of the literary college executive
Trigon, only local social fraternity on the University campus, committee, said that the petition
announced yesterday the immediate activation of 13 men pledged which was read to him over the
during open rushing. phone by another faculty member,
The men will not be officially initiated until next fall but there called for a report from the liter-
will be no pre-initiation pledge period. ary college excutive committee.
The action was permitted by an IFC executive council ruling sThe executive committee at the

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influenced primarily by Trigon's" -_-.-. -- --- -_ - --__
urgent need for re-strengthening.
Training Period Still Required Studcuts M av

One of nineteen scientists in- and $2 and $1.50 for matinees.
vited, Prof. Markert will partici-
pate in a cooperative research TEA CHrNG FL (
program in the fields of growt R~l 11 l'dA ,JI.J
and social behavior with the resi-
dent staff of the laboratory.
The zoology professor, currently, j E n g lish
suspended by the University for
his conduct before the Clardy
hernsll of.Char derWthe (EDITOR's NOTE: This is the final in
mouth of the laborator The tw- a series of three articles concerned
muhothlaoaoy."h w with Englis h 1 and 2 in the LiteraryE
will consider problems of "the role College.)
of the cellular environment in the
differentiation of cells." Prof. By HARRY STRAUSS
Markert's general area of work Despite the apparent difficulty
n iamm. ni -r +s"h --o ati n ,F G*,", +1 .,; ,. > f-

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Course Objectives Outlined

The executive council stipulated -'
however, that the fraternity must T
put its men through a post-initia- Tu n in Texts
tion pledge training period and:
that the results of this training After hearing about the stu-
must be reported late next semes- dent who was about to shovel
ter to the council. his textbooks -into the furnace
The 13 men affected by'this rul- (above), Harvey Freed, '56, as-
ing signed pledge cards yesterday. sistant manager of the Student
Two other men pledged by Trigon Book Exchange, shouted, "No, no!
earlier in the open rushing period Turn them in to the Exchange
may not be activated immediately. during exams."
Capacity Set at 27 He continued by pointing out
The total capacity of the house where students may turn in their
is 27 and this is the number that textbooks for the fall sale of the
Trigon prefers to keep as its active Exchange. Books may be turned

A. 111.C tAfltGtIttVA V IIIIISJ. L M, Lb , U
request of University President
Harlan Hatcher, has conducted an
investigation into the cases of
Prof. Markert and Davis.
Prof. Haber said he did not
know if the executive committee
would give such a report to the
literary college meeting' Tuesday.
Dean Odegaard explained that
the executive committee would
- hold its routine weekly meeting
before Tuesday.
"Presumably the matter of the
Tuesday meeting will come up at
our executive committee meeting,"
the Dean commented.
"An opportunity for the col-
lege to meet and discuss these mat-

course attempts much more than
mere grammatical correction.
Thus, through reading and dis-
cussion, Prof. Weimer continued,
the course attempts to stimulate
thought. This cannot be easy if

English department, Prof. Weim-
er, Prof. Wilbert McKeachie of
the psychology department, Prof.
Phillip Jones and Prof. Algo
Henderson of the education
school.

Prof. Henderson said that the
plan is designed to assist teach-
ing fellows in their undergrad-
uate teaching as well as setting
up the means whereby prospec-
tive college teachers have bet-

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