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THE MICHIGAN DAILY SATURDAY, AFIUL3
Qai~, FsGO VERNMENT' WINS:
Coresios
com et iao Justice Brennan Presides over Mock┬░Tribunal

(Continued from Page 1)
lacked proper authority to place
the individual in a category which
doesn't clearly apply Casari indi-
cated.
According to the Communist
Legislators
Refuse Cut

a.m. Lansing Eastern High School
# will meet Jackson High School in In ' 'Fun s
PROF. WESLEY 1WAURER the "A" finals at 2 p.m. Both de- . F nd
... receives journalism award bates will take place in Rackham
Lecture Hall. (Continued from Page 1)
* Topic in this year's competition
1 is: "Resolved: That Direct United ery man on the Senate side of the
States Economic Aid to Individual committee had arbitrarily set a
Countries Should Be Limited to three to five per cent cut (in
,Sc O/ Technical Assistance and Disaster higher education funds) as neces-
Prward Snyder and Mark Ma- y for next year."
",I the heated debate that fol-
G ets A w ara son of Spring Arbor and Tom lowed reading of the conference
Steinfatt and Ron Gervais of Lan- committee report, Rep. John So-
sing Eastern will take the affir- bieski (D-Detroit) scored the
Prof Wesley H Maurer,chair- mhtive. Arguing against will be House for not standing up to the
man of the journalism depart- CalsNtasnadRbr Senate in. insisting on its (the
men,'hs ben ive a ifeimeofSachs of Detroit Country Day, and House's) addition.
Distinguished Service;Member- STBse a oDave Croydale H bieski, a member of the con-
ship award by the American So- Jackson. ference committee, accused Phil-
ciety of Newspaper Editors. lips, Rep. Arnell Engstrom (R-
The award, for notable contri- Grand Traverse) and other com-
butions to journalism and public H um bug. mittee members of holding a se-
service, recognized Prof. Maurer *1cret meeting Monday. He said he
for his services in expanding the Exterminators, looking for was not told the meeting was to
University's journalism depart- cockroaches, yesterday searched be held.,
ment aAd for founding the Mich- 180 rooms in Greene and Hins- Should Have Checked
igan Journalist, the student pal. dale Houses, East Quadrangle, Phillips replied. he should have
per of the department. :ithout finding a single roach, checked with the "two excellent
Similar awards were given. to officials report. secretaries of the House Ways and
Prof. Norval Neil Luxon, dean of' ,The exterminators took off Means Committee."
the School of Journalism at the the front of every radiator in University Vice-President Wil-
University of North Carolina, and Greene House and "many of liam E. Stirton told The Daily
Benjamin M. McKelway, editor those in Hinsdale House" in that "over a period of years, if
of the Washington Star and pres-- their search. you don't get enough money you
ident of the Associated Press. The exterminators also show- go back to your school and try
Prof. Maurer left for Washing- ed The Daily a report by health to squeeze a few dollars here and
ton Wednesday afternoon to at- officials which asserted that there to live within your appro-
tend the ASNE convention there, the room of the original comn- priation.
and will go to, New York City on plaintant. was free of roaches, "After awhile, however, you
Sunday for the AmericanCNews- although "the room was in such reach a point of diminishing re-
paper Publishers Assoclation con- a condition that it might at- turns where you recognize the fact
vention, returning to the Univer-- trct them- that you are coming to the break-.
sity Wednesday. ing point. We are at that point."
OXFORD PROFESSOR SPEAKS:
Communists Call System'Rational'
. By BRU E COLE example of the class society. Com- true premises, but lunatics reason
It is the duty of a Communist pron lse he added cannot be used correctly from false premises." He
to represent his system as a ra- as it' wduld be against the estab- dubbed Russia as lunatic, because
tional one, R. N. Carew-Hunt, lished theory. the present rulers have been
Fellow of St. Anthony's College, Prof. Carew-Hunt said the cur- taught wrong. The false premise
Oxford University, said in a lec. rent ideology shows the failure of lies in the fact Lenin said adver-
ture Thursday. the October revolution to get a saries must clash; there can never
Prof. Carew-Hlmnt, speaking on classless state, because of the op- be any peaceful coexistence.
"The Development and Present position from other quarters. The Any change the proletariat
Form of' Communist Ideology," proletariat, therefore, had to take would make at this time would be
said Communism claims to give a over and become more autocratic a departure from the Marx-Lenin
complete explanation of' society so that everything would be held doctrine.
and of man as a part of this in check, he said. "The Russians are like people
society. ;.-. Calls Russia 'Lunatie looking through a powerful tele-
It is thus an ideology to describe Prof. Carew - Hunt commented scope at a far distant planet," he
a iconsistent and integrated pat- that "fools reason incorrectly from said. They can see everything go-
tern of thoughts and beliefs, and , ing on on the planet, but they are
such conduct and action patterns unable to comprehend the motives
as are responsive to and com- bne N nm s behind the actions."
mensurate with them, he added. .Have False View
Prof. Carew-Hunt continued by . ' The Russians are actually view-
pointing out the continual con- Club Judges ing capitalism through their "tele-
flict in society. This conflict, call- scope" and since they have been
ed the "class struggle," would lead Nineteen .dges for the Law rought up under false premises,
to a higher form of society, he said. School Case Clubs were announced
The proletariat, however, would at last night's annual Case Club tives behind capitalism.
have to win for a classless society banquet by Dean E. Blythe Stason of Communism have been mainly
t eo ofthe Law SchoolL Ideological,and since the present
The world Is 'now In two camps, Arnold Henson, '59L, was named Russian leaders have been brought
the bourgeoisie and proletariat, presiding judge. up under this ideology, there does
he said. Capitalism is considered Judges are top-ranked senior not seem to be any evidence that
the reactionary, since it is the class students of the Law School there will be a change in the near
who have had two years of pre- future of the Russian train of
vious experience in Case Club ac- thought or actions toward others,
Pharm acists tivities. They were appointed for he concluded.

Control Act passed by Congress in
1954 the government says a Com-
munist is one who seeks the violent
overthrow of any government, and
particularly the United States
government. In addition, member-
ship implies being under the in-
structions of the party.
Therefore, according to Casari,
the Secretary of State must estab-
lish by examination of Delto's
writing that he aspires the violent
overthrow of the government.
The writings, however, show
that Deltb holds the Soviet foreign
policy valid and he hopes to in-
spire others by it. "But this doesn't
mean he advocates violent over.
throw of the government," Casari
said.
Attacks 'Due Process'
Henson, associate counsel for
the petitioner, attacked the ques-
tion of whether Delto received due
process of law.
A faceless informer should not
be used in this case unless Delto
knows the identity of the informer,
Henson asserted.
Justice Brennan asked Henson
if the Secretary of State has au-
thority to withhold matters re-
lated to foreign affairs. Henson
conceded that this authority ex-
isted-if it was shown that the-
question was clearly involved in
foreign relations.
Used Confidential Information
But in Delto's case, the Secre-
tary of State used the confidential
information to bring a certain
person under the realm of foreign
affairs so as to deny his passport
request, he argued.
Delto's activity with Birsky could

have been done not knowing that
the latter was a Communist, Hen-
son said. There is also no evidence
showing that Birsky was a Com-
munist at the time of his meeting
with Delto.
On the basis of these arguments,
Henson concluded that "each piece
of evidence and each inference by
the Secretary of State is invalid
under the Ffth Amendment and
the denial is thus a violation of
due process of'law.
Gruel, speaking for the respon-
dent, emphasized that the Secre-
tary of State has the discretion to
restrict issuance of passports.
This discretion was implied in
the Congression act of 1926 and
later added to by the 1952 passport
act.
Secretary Has Authority
Because the Secretary of State
has final authority over foreign
relations, he therefore can decide
if issuing a passport will harm
these relations, Gruel reasoned;
Since foreign affairs are outside
the realm of due process of law,
the Secretary's action, based on
his discretion, .is not subject to
review under the Fifth Amend-
ment.
Gruel agreed, but added that
the President could delegate this
responsibility to the Secretary of
State.

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