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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

WEDNESDAY, APliTL 23, 1959

TINE MICHIGAN DAILY WEDNESDAY, APRIL 23, 1951

-andidates in ISA Elections Announce Positions

Hungarian Students Ask
U.S. To Meet 'Obligation'

male members and the most active
female member, and a "Miss ISA"z
would be chosen.1
The "Miss ISA" would be strictly
for fun, he admitted.
El-Afandi headed the studenti
organization at Cairo Universityi
when he was an undergraduate,1
he said, and while a teacher inE
Saudi Arabia was invited to dinner1
with the King.
Miss Hoebbel has served on ISA
committees for' three years, and
headed the last Monte Carlo ball.E
KRISHNAMURTHY
Our experience in the interna-
tional student activity field gives
us the best opportunity for evalu-
ating a proper program and carry-
ing it through effectively, Krish-
namurthy said.
He was expressing the reasons
why he and Arnove were running
for the offices of President and
Vice-President of ISA.
Krishnamurthy said he holds
B.S. degrees in science and phar-
macy from the University of
Madras in India and is working
on his M.B.A. in business adminis-
tration at the University.
"While in India I took part in
extensive extra-curricular activi-
ties," he said. Since coming here
he has been secretary of the Indian
Student Association and member-
ship chairman of the International
Student Association.
Encourages Americans
Vice-presidential candidate Ar-
nove, a junior in English honors,
has served as chairman of the
International Coordinating Com-
mittee of SGC.
Homecoming
Head Named
John Kirkendall, '60, has been
selected as male chairman for the
'1958 Homecoming festivities, it
was announced yesterday by Rus-
sell Berman, '58, Union Executive
Vice-President.
Petitions for the male chairman
of Spring Weekend are available
now, according to Berman. These
will be due on May 5.
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He headed the past year's Inter-
national Week, he said, and will
likewise head this year's program.
Their joint major objective is to
"increase, membership and active
participation of foreign students
in ISA," Krishnamurthy said, but
Arnove's presence on the ticket is
expressly to encourage American
participation.r
International cooperation of this
sort is a seedbed for the "one
world" concept, Krishnamurthy
explained.

He advocated "increasing ISA
prestige" by more joint planning
projects with campus student or-
ganizations.
Wants SGC Seat
ISA should have an ex-officio
seat on SGC, according to Krish-
namurthy, so the international
student will have a voice in gov-
ernment.
Perfecting present social, cul-
tural and sports activities and de-
veloping the present committee
structure will broaden interest and
increase the number of positions of
responsibility, he said.
Krishnamurthy also mentioned
assisting and coordinating nation-
ality club activities and assisting
students who do not yet have na-
tionality clubs to form them.
Guild Praised
By Magazine
University residence hall place-
ment policy has drawn the at-
tention of The Christian Century,
a non-denominational Protestant
magazine.
In its April 16 issue, Christian
Century congratulated the Con-
gregational Students Disciples
Guild for "resolute and often
skilled attempts to put their faith
into action."
The Guild is the group whose
petition started the current Resi-
dence Hall Board of Governors
review , of' roommate placement
policy.

(Continued from Page 1)
It is necessary to know commun-
ism to fight it, Letai pointed out.
American youth are very "ideal-
istic," he said, and need to be
taught.
He illustrated this point with a
question asked at last week's lec-
ture on the development of com-
munism. A student asked a ques-
tion, "a very stupid one," on
negotiating with the Russians.
Points Out Treachery
Letai said he was very sorry this
was the last question, for he would
liked to ask the student if he had
ever heard of Gen. Pal Maleter.
Gen. Maleter was negotiating with
the Russians when he was arrested
and presumably he will not be
given a trial.
"Russians understand only the
voice of the first," Dr. Gocza inter-
jected.
Letai said the attitude of the
United States toward Russia since
the Hungarian Revolution seems
more favorable rather than less.
Past Attitude 'Strong'
In the past Henry Cabot Lodge
and John Foster Dulles have acted
strongly toward the Russians, ac-
cording to Letai. If we negotiate
with them now, we may go the
way* of Hungary, he said.
"His advice to the United States,
could be very good since it is
based on experience;" Kiss said.
"It wouldn't be the same as study-
ing about communism in a book."
Letai pointed out that the United
States now has 3,000 Hungarian

students who know all about com-
munist-style education.
This country sent a delegation
to Moscow to find out about it, he
said, but "nobody asked me."
Kiss illustrated the problem of
information on Soviet education
with Eleanor Roosevelt's Russian
trip. When she went behind the
Iron Curtain, the young engineer
said, she was visiting the top uni-
versities, speaking to the top com-
munist students.
Dr. Gocza said it would be a
shame to model American educa-
tion after Russian education, since
the latter is after all based on
German education.
Communist Level Down'
In Hungary the educational level
has actually declined since the
communists took power, Letal de-
clared.,
Mentioning that his engineering
courses in Hungary contained
about 30 per cent politics, Kiss
demanded to know why the Hun-
garian Revolution occurred if com-
munist education is so good.
Letai and Kiss described school
children down to the level" of
kindergarten singing songs about
how Stalin and Rakosi were good
and Eisenhower, Tito, Adenauer
and Truman were bad. When they
left school the children saw how
much more cultured Hungary was
than Russia, Letai said, and doubt-
ed what they'd been told.
Letai pointed out that scientists
locked in jail were offered freedom
if they solved problems-"this is
Russian education."

Jenner's Bill
'To Produce
Bad Results'
Sen. William E. Jenner's . R-
Ind.) bill to cut the United States
Supreme Court's powers of judicial
review was sharply criticized yes-
terday by Dean E. Blythe Stason
and Prof. Charles W. Joiner of the
Law School.
They said the bill would lead tq
"a multi-headed court system op-
erating without direction or guid-
ance," and termed it "a bald at-
tempt to deprive the Supreme
Court of jurisdiction in five areas
where it has recently rendered
opinions.
"The remedy suggested by the
bill is one that will produce disas-
trous results. To deprive the Court
of its power . .. will upset a care-
fully conceived balance of power.
It will be an invitation for all- dis-
gruntled litigants
U' To Hear
Speech Head
Prof. Fred W. Haberman, chair-
man of the speech department at
the University of Wisconsin, will
address the speech assembly to-
day at 4 p.m. in Rackham Lecture
Hall.
Prof. Habermanx, author of such
books as 'The .'Bell Family: A
Dynasty in Speech," and "De
Quincey's Theory of Rhetoric,'
will speak on "Spokesmen for
Liberty.

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P. KRISHNAMURTHY
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