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February 11, 1958 - Image 2

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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

Senators Clash in South Quadrangle

UN Program
To Feature
Lawmakers

Sheriff Training Program
To Begin 'In About Week'
A compulsory training program'
for the 39 members. of the Wash- and agencies in the city ar
tenaw County Sheriff's depart- county.
ment will begin in about one Th traiin progrm is part
week, Sheriff Erwin L. Kiager an- the reorganization of the sheriff
e ye sterdaEyn. Kag a-department announced Friday t
nounced yesterday. Kiager.
Kager described the program
as a "refresher course," including Delegation of much of the d
speakers from other departments. partments operational duti

Reps. Chester E. Merrow
N.H.) and A.S.J. Carnahan

(R-
(D-

-Daily-Eric Arnold
AT SOUTH QUAD-Sen. Thruston Morton and University Presi-
dent Harlan Hatcher were the guests of Scott House in South
Quad last night. Sen. Morton debated with Sen. Hubert Humphrey

Mo.), on an American Association
for the United Nations bi-partisan
tour, will speak at 8 p.m. tomor-
row in the public library audi-
torium.
The tour is to inform the public
about United States and UN for-
eign aid and assistance programs.
Rep. Carnahan, member of the
House Foreign Affairs committee
and current chairman of the In-
ternational Organizations and
Movements sub-committee, was a
delegate to the 12th General As-
sembly of the UN.
Rep. Merrow is also a member
of the Foreign Affairs Committee.
He was a delegate to the 10th
General Assembly.
Poet To Read
From Works
Robert Graves, world-renowned
novelist, poet and critic, will speak
at 4:10 tomorrow at Rackham
Lecture Hall.
His program will consist of
poetic readings with commentary.

Hillel To Give.
Talk Series
A series of three lectures on
"Problems of Minorities on Cam-
pus" sponsored by B'nai B'rith As-
sociation Hillel will begin at 8 p.m.
tomorrow in the Hillel Lounge.
Prof. Seymour Yellin of the so-
ciology department will introduce
the series and present the first
talk, "Problems of the Jew on
Campus."
Yellin is a member of the
American Sociological Society and
the Midwest Sociological Society.
The second lecture, "Problems
of the Negro on Campus," will be
given Feb. 26. The speaker has not
been announced.
William West *of the / Inter-
national Center staff will give the
final lecture March 12. His talk
is on "Problems of the Foreign
Student on Campus."

eating, Sen. Morton discovered
that his opponent for the night's
debate had just arrived, and was
scurrying from person to person
Making his way through the
crowd, Sen. Morton smiled broad-
ly and greeted Sen. Humphrey
with a "You're late, Senator. I've
already been working for four
hours, and the cards are stacked."
Takes Challenge
Sen. Humphrey accepted the
friendly challenge. He lost no time
in continuing his whirl about the
room.
Then the volatile Senator hur-
ried off to eat a late meal in the
empty dining room. However, he
neither ate much nor was the din-
ing room. empty very long. As he
carried on a running stream of po-
litical talk.
Sen. Humphrey's meal over,
both men (Sen. Morton had been
talking in the lounge) rushed
away to their scheduled debate at
the Auditorium.
They were breathing easily as
they left.
Unusual stage attraction!
TH UR., FRI., SAT.
Ann Arbor Civic Theatre
presents
Shocking drana of big
business, sex, and intrigue
By daughter of
HARRY BENNETT
(former well-known
Ford executive)
the Award Winning
MIA MINE
by Harriet Bennett Hamme
directed by Ted Heusel
BOX OFFICE OPEN 10-5:30
CALL NO 8-6300
Tickets: Thur., Fri. 1.50,
Saturday 1.65
LYDIA MENDELSSOHN
THEATRE
Don't be disappointed
Get tickets early

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JOSEPH LNI OUT[
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Colortoon " "MAGOO'S MOOSE HUNT"
" Starts THURSDAY *
"EIGHTEEN and ANXIOUS"
also "GIRL IN THE WOODS"

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B'nai B'rith HILLEL Foundation
presents a series on
PROBLEMS OF MINORITIES
ON CAMPUS
1. Wed., Feb. 12, 8 P.M. - The problem of the Jew -
Dr. Seymore Yellin - Department of Sociology
2. Wed., Feb. 26, 8 P.M. - The problem of the Negro
Student
3. Wed., March 12, 8 P.M. - The problem of the Foreign
Student. Mr. William West - Assistant counselor-
International Center.
All Lectures will be held in the HILLEL LOUNGE

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