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THE- MICHIGAN DAILY

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CONDUCTS RESEARCH:
heeler Active in Race Relations Work

By LOU MEGYESI
During his spare time, Prof. Al-
bert H. Wheeler of the derma-
tology department is an active
member of the Board of Directors
on the Civic Forum, Chairman of
Human Relations on the Forum,
and a member of the Citizens
Council.
His chief reason for being ac-
tive in these organizations is be-
cause he wishes to see the "pro-
motion of better human relation-
ship in this community." He said
that the purpose of these organi-
zations is to "educate Negroes as
to what their responsibilities and
privileges are."
Among the first Negroes to re-
ceive a promotion to professor at
this university on a regular basis,
Dr. Wheeler has his research lab-
oratories located in the new Kres-
ge Medical Research Bldg. In
these laboratories he conducts re-
search on cancer and syphilis.
Mice Used in Research
Using mice for research in can-
cer, Dr. Wheeler studies various
chemical changes in the animals.
By these experiments a better un-
derstanding of cancer growth can
be attained along with cancer di-
agnostic procedures.
Born in St. Louis, Mo., he re-
ceived his undergraduate degree
at Lincoln University in Chester
County Penn., the oldest Negro
college in the country which is
now celebrating its 100th anni-
versary.
At Ames, Iowa he received his
master's degree from the state
college there. Then he finished
his master's and doctor's work in
Public Health at the University.
Began Here in 1940
Starting work in the bacteriol-
ogy department in 1940, he has
been at the University ever since.
Dr. Wheeler felt that the Uni-
versity is building one of the best
medical centers in the world. "I
think that in the course of next
year when everything will be es-
tablished the University will be
the potential center for outstand-
ing research."
He believed that the new Kres-
ge center will bring together un-
der one roof many people con-
ducting research. "We have a
chance to share each other's
knowledge, and equipment is con-
veniently at hand."

-Daily-Chuck Kelsey
DR. ALBERT H. WHEELER
... compiling laboratory research reports
Speech Department Summer
Plans Include Farce, 'Hamlet'

Students and faculty members
of the speech department will pre-
sent tragedy, comedy, farce and
opera in the 1954 Summer Play-
bill.
Shakespeare's "Hamlet" will be
the season's starter, running from
July 5-10. The tragedy will be
under the supervision of guest di-
rector B. Iden Payne, an author-
ity on Shakespearian theater, ac-
tor and director.
Mary Chase's comedy, "Mrs. Mc-
Thing" will be presented as part
of the university summer session
program "Women in the World of
Man," directed by Prof. Hugh Z.
Norton, assistant instructor of
speech. The play is scheduled for
July 21 through 24.
Payne will take the role of Mr.
Puff in George Brinsley Sheridan's
farce, "The Critic," which is be-
ing directed by speech professor
William P. Halstead. The play will
run July 28 through 31.
Mozart's "The Marriage of Fi-
garo" will be produced in con-
junction with the School of Music.

Under the direction of Valentine
Windt, University director of play
production, this last presentation
of the season will run August 5,
6, 7, and 9.
Season tickets for the presenta-
tions, which began at 8 p.m. in
the Lydia Mendelssohn Theater,
will go on sale at the Mendelssohn

box
sales

office June 17. Individual
begin June 28.

DAILY
OFFICIAL
BULLETIN

June 3, will be placed automatically on
the Hold Credit List.
University Choir. All music belonging
to the University must be returned to
706 Burton Tower, Fri., May 28, 8:30-
11:30.,
Phi Eta Sigma Certificates for the stu-
dents listed below are available in the
Office of Student Affairs, 1020 Admin-
istration Building. Please call for these
certificates immediately.
John Boyles
John Campbell
William Caro
-Luther Claborn
Robert Colton
Fred Coulter
Robert Cutler
Richard De Gowin
Richord Elsenstein
Grover Farnsworth
John Fay
Ward Getty
Armin Haerer
Douglas Hamburg
Edward McCliment
Paul Mundinger
Pasoal Pascoff
Robert Sewell
Howard Shapiro
Harvey Stapleton
James Stasheff
Marvin Teutsch
Co-ops in the Summer. All students,
whether enrolling in summer school or
not, are invited to apply for co-opera-
tive housing (room and board, or board
only), for the whole or part of the
period June to September. Osterweil
house will be reserved for GRADUATE
WOMEN. Approximate costs are $12 a
week for room and board and $8 a week
for board. Write or call the Inter-Co-
operative Council, 1017 Oakland, NO
8-6872
Disciplinary actions in cases of stu-
dent misconduct: In the second semes-
ter of 1953-1954, eighty-three students
and two groups were heard by the Joint
Judiciary Council. In thirteen cases no
action was taken by the Council and
this was approved by the Sub-Commit-
tee on Discipline. In the remaining
cases the following disciplinary actions
recommended by the Joint Judiciary,
were ordered by the Sub-Committee on,
Discipline.
For violation of state laws and city
ordinances relating to the purchase,
sale and use of intoxicants:
a) use of false identification or altered
identification: Three students fined
$15.00 and warned; two students fined
$15.00 and warned, fine suspended in
view of court fine of $54.30; one student
fined $15.00, fine suspended in view of
court fine of $51.25, and warned.
b) use of false Identification in pur-
chase of intoxicants and a second in-+
stance of attempted purchase of Intoxi-
cants, and drinking in a student resi-
dence: One student fined $15.00 for at-
tempt to purchase, fine suspended in.
view of court fine of $45.00, also fined;
total of $20.00 for latter two offenses,
and warned.
c) verbal misrepresentation of age:
One student fined $20.00 and warned;
one student fined $15.00 to be earned
by him and paid to the Cashier by the1
end of the current semester, and1
warned.
d) for using false identification to
purchase intoxicants to give to other
minors: One student fined $15.00, fineF
suspended in view of court fine of
$54.30, and warned.
e) for securing liquor in violation of
state law, for consuming this liquor in a
public place and being found in a drunk
and disorderly state on a public street:
One student fined $15.00, fine suspended
after court fine of $16.85 and warned.
For conduct unbecoming a student:
a) violation of University rules against
solicitation in the residence halls: One
student fined $15.00 and warned.
b) consuming alcoholic beverages in
public place as a minor: Two students
(women) fined $15.00 and warned.
c) carrying a false identification card
(draft) in violation of federal laws: One
student fined $10.00 and warned.
d) altering draft card for objective of
purchasing intoxicants and providing
altered identification to another minor:
One student fined $15.00, fine suspended
in view of court fine of $54.30 and
warned.
e) being present in restricted -quar.
ters of a women's dormitory at unauth-
orized time: One student fined $5.00 and
warned.
f) falsification of University records
in order to obtain two incorrect Univer-
sity identification cards: One student
(woman) fined $15.00, placed on social
probation for ten days and warned.
g) twice committing larceny at the
American Legion Home, being drunk
and disorderly, providing alcoholic bev-
erages to minors, consuming alcoholic
beverages in student residence, violating
University automobile regulations: One
student indefinitely suspended from the
University.
h) participating in petty larceny and
consuming alcoholic beverages in a
student residence: Three students fined
$10.00, two given suspended fines in
view of court fines paid of $26.25, all

three required to depledge fraternity,
and warned.
i) purchased alcoholic beverages which
were consumed by minors, drinking in
student residence and disturbing the
peace: One student fined $50.00 and
warned that future misconduct may
lead to suspension from the University
(second offense).
j) drunk and disorderly conduct: One

student fined $10.00 fine suspended after
court fine of $11.85 and damages of
$71.60; one student fined $10.00, fine
suspended in view of court fine of $16.85
and warned; two students fined $5.00
and warned.
k) using wrongful means in obtaining
extra football tickets for the 1953 sea-
son: Five students fined $15.00 and
watned, and required to make restitu-
tion to the Athletic Department in the
amount of $24.00.
1) having had on campus two differ-
ent cars for which he did not obtain
University driving permits, and one of
which was involved in a major accident,
driving after drinking and providing
intoxicating beverages to a minor: One
student fined $50.00, fine suspended In
view of financial condition, and not
allowed to enroll in the fall term of
1954.
For violation of University regulations
concerning drinking in student residen-
ces: One student fined $25.00 and warn-
ed, two students fined $20.00 and warn-
ed; three students fined $15.00 and
warned; two students fined $10.00 and
warned; one student sent letter of rep-
rimand.
a) and consuming beer on street and
striking and seriously injuring a fellow
student: One student fined $50.00, fine
suspended in view of court fine of
$16.25 and two-day jail sentence and
severely warned.
b)dand disturbing the peace: Two stu-
dents fined $20.00 and warned.
c) and participating in attempt to
purchase alcoholic beverages although
a minor: One student fined $20.00 and
warned.
d) and drinking in public place and
providing intoxicants for minors: One
student fined $25.00, $10.00 of which sus-
pended in view of $16.25 paid in court.
e) and drinking in a public place: One
student fined $15.00 and warned.
f) and found guilty of disorderly con-
duct (prowling): One student fined
$20.00, $10.00 suspended in view of court
fine of $16.85 and warned; one student
fined $20.00 and warned.
g) and found guilty of disorderly con.
duct (prowling) and providing intoxi-
cants for minors: One student fined
$30.00, $10.00 suspended in view of court
fine of $16.85.
For violation of University regulations
concerning women in residences for
men: Five students (women) fined $10.00
and warned; one student (woman) fined
$5.00 and warned; three students (wom-
en) warned (1st semester freshmen):
four students fined $15.00 and warned;
one student fined $10.00 and warned; one
student (woman) give five days proba-
tion and warned.
a) and for consuming alcoholic bev-
erages in student residence: Two stu-
dents fined $25.00 and warned; one stu-
dent fined $20.00.
b) and providing alcoholic beverages
to minor guests at unregistered party,
and consuming alcoholic beverages in
student residence: One student fined
$40.00 and warned.
Two group cases were heard, and the
following disciplinary action recom-
mended by the Joint Judiciary Council
was ordered by the Sub-Committee on
Discipline:
For violation of University regulations
concerning unchaperoned - women in
residences of men, and consuming in-
toxicants in student residence: One or-
ganization fined $500.00 and required to
draw up a set of house rules to include
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Science, and the Arts, and the School
of Education for departmental honors
(or high honors in the College of
L.S.&A.) should recommend such stu-
dents in a letter delivered to the Regis-
trar's Office, 1513 Administration Build-
ing, by noon, Mon., June 7.
The General Library will be open from
8 a.m. to 10 p.m. on Mon., May 31,
which is being observed as Memorial
Day this year. It will also be open until
10 p.m. on the two Saturday evenings,
May 29 and June 5, which fall within
the examination period.
The Divisional Libraries will in gen-
eral be open their regular schedules
during the examination period includ-
ing Mon., May 31. Any difference in
schedules will be posted on their doors.
GENERAL LIBRARY
To all students having Library books:
1. Students having in their possession
books borrowed from the General Li-
brary or its branches are notified that
such books are due Wed., June 2.
2. Students having special need for
certain books between June 2 and June
10 may retain such books for that per-
iod by renewing them at the Charging
Desk.
3. The names of all students who have
not cleared their records at the Library
by Fri., June 11 will be sent to the
Cashier's Office and their credits and
grades will be withheld until such time
as said records are cleared in compli-
ance with the regulations of the Re-
gents.
Veterans who expect to receive edu-
cation and training allowance under
Public Law 550 (Korea G. I. Bill) MUST
report to Room 555 Administration
Building, Office of veterans' Affairs, be-
tween 8 a.m., Tuesday, dune 1 and 5
p.m., Friday, June 4, to fill in and sign
MONTHLY CERTIFICATIONS for May,
i-May 31 and June 1-June 12.
All Art Print Loan Collection pictures
must be returned to Room 510 Admin-
istration Bldg. during the weei of May
24 to May 28 between the hours of 9-12
a.m. and 1:30-5 p.m. A fine will be
charged for overdue pictures. Holders of
pictures still unreturned by Thursday,

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