THURSDAY, FEBRYUARY' , 1957
THE MICHIGAN DAILY
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THE MICHIGAN flAITY
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In a report published recently by robber indicated he had a gun in
the United States Senate, major his coat pocket.
contributors to the 1956 political On January 23, Miller's Dairy
campaigns were listed. Store at 533 S. Main St. was rob-
Ann Arborite donors included: bed of a small amount of cash by
Neil Staebler, chairman of the a bandit who was described as
Democratic state central com- resembling the State Theatre rob-
I ordin Appointed to apanese Post
Prof. Edwin S. Bordin of theal
psychology department has been at Kyoto and Doshisha Universi- "Traditional strong family disci-
appointed visiting professor at ties. He will also participate in the pline, especially that of the father,
two Japanese universities for this He will also participate in the and recent changes in modes of
spring and summer. Kyoto American Studies Seminar, living make Japan an interesting
Prof. Bordin, who is also Chief a series of workshops on America i place for a study of this sort," he
of the Counseling Division of the for Japanese teachers which are remarked.
Bureau of Psychological Services, presented during the summer. Prof. Bordin added that he has
sailed with his family from Los During his visit, the psychology also been asked to conduct re-
Angeles January 31 aboard a Jap- professor hopes to introduce new search into the effects of Zen
anese cargo ship, concepts and techniques of per- Buddhism on the personality.
Under the auspices of the Kyoto sonality study. In addition, he is The Kyoto Center of American
American Studies Center, Prof. considering research on the per- Studies is affiliated with the Cen-
Bordin will teach undergraduate sonality development of Japanese ter for Japanese Studies at the
and graduate classes in psychology teenagers. University.
nilttee, who gave .$1,000. Christine
G. Stevens and Roger L. Stevens of
Ann Arbor contributed $3,000 and
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On January 17, a bandit held up
the State Theatre and escaped
with $150. The cashier said the
Bv eing M ade
WUOM, the University's FM sta-
tion, is producing a film for distri-
bution to music educators through-
out the state describing advantages
offered by its twice a week pro-
gram, "Festival of Song."
Discovering that WUOM was
unable to effectively contact music
teachers to describe the program,
a participation-type radio presen-
tation, the station is producing a
film to fill this need in conjunction
with the University News Service.
Festival of Song's leading lady
and "teacher," Edith Albert, and
a quartet of students from the
School of Music will be seen in the
R Production is being managed by
News Service's Maitland LaMotte,
photographer, photo editor Jack
Renirie and William Bender of
A1ngell Gets Post
Prof. Robert C. Angell, of the
sociology department, has been
chosen resident Deiches Lecturer
in Human Relations at John Hop-
kins University for the spring
Prof. Angell will lecture once a
week on "The Theory of Moral.
Integration" in a seminar analyz-
ing the theories of leading sociolo-
f gists and social psychologists. He
will also present an open public
lecture later in the semester.
The Deiches lectureship was
created through provisions of the
Swillof the late William Deiches
Jr., which established the lecture
fund in 1950 "for bringing to the
, university a visiting speaker in the (
general field of human relarions."
S* * *
Pittsfield Village, a 193 acre
tract near East Ann Arbor, may
soon be incorporated into the city
of Ann Arbor.
Interest groups in the area have
indicated a desire to make the
move. This area contains 400 fam-
* * *
On March 5, the city will be
without the services of Great
Lakes Greyhound Lines, Mayor
William E. Brown, jr., was inform-
A stop-gap solution to the lack
of extensive bus service within the
city was offered by a group of 15
local townsmen which said it could
operate a fleet of 10 small buses
and 3 large school buses on a 20-
minute service basis.
* * *
A controversy has developed re-
cently concerning the proposed
building of a multimillion-dollar
shopping center near E. Stadium
Northwest Park Construction Co.
recently made a request for the
rezoning of some land in this area
to the City Council to enlarge the
facilities.of the center. A petition
bearing 294 signatures protesting
the rezoning has been presented to
Most objectors live in the area.
The Catholic Archdiocese of De-
troit which owns the property of
the St. Francis of Assisi Catholic
School and Church has also filed
Other objectors listed traffic
problems, factors adverse to Tap-
pan Junior High School, and a
drop in residential land values as
A Union committee has been
formed recently to investigate the
possibility of establishing a pro-
gram for integrating foreign and
American students on campus.
Project areas for the group in-
clude a "big brother system" of
Americans with International stu-
dents, an integrated athletic pro-
gram and an activities program.
Union semester wall calendars
and wallet-size calendar event
guides are being distributed this
week at the Union.
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