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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

WEDNESDAY, MAY 24

THE lYITCHIGAN DAILY WEDNESDAY. MAY 14.

'Ensian
Chooses
Editors,
Junior appointments to the
Michiganensian editorial and
business staffs were recently
announced by the Board in
Control of Student Publica-
tions.
Those receiving positions on
the 'Ensian editorial staff are
Karen Aldridge, '59; features
editor; Carol Handschumak-
er, 60, schools and colleges
editor; Judith Webster, '60;
house groups co-editor; Mar-
shall Strome, '61, house'
groups co-editor; Alan Sha-
piro, '60, organizations co-
editor; Margaret McKee, '60
organizations co-editor; Paul
Borman, '59, sports editor;
Ronald Sossi, '61, photogra-
phy editor; and Susan Deo,
'61, features assistant.
Other editors include Bren-
da Barrett, '61, schools and
colleges assistant; R o s a l i e
Rude, '61, house groups as-
sistant; Lois Starke, '60, or-
ganizations assistant; Mil-
dred Friedman, '61, organiza-
tions assistant; Marshall
Overstedt, .'59, sports assist-
ant; Frederick Shippey, '61E,
photography assistant; Jane
Myers, '60, copy assistant;
Barbara Rich, '59, copy assist-
ant; and John Bostater, '60,
copy assistant.
New appointees for the 'En-
sian business staff are Walter
Wilkie, '60E, promotions man-
ager; James Kay, 61, assist-
ant sales manager; Susan
Burkhart, '61, assistant office
manager; Timothy Johnson,
160E, assistant advertising
manager; Cynthia Blanchard,
'60; contracts manager; Mary
Davis, '60, sales accounts
manager.
'U' Glee Club
To Perform
On TV Show
Forty-five members of the Uni-
versity Men's Glee Club will ap-
pear on Pat Boone's television
show from 9-9:30 p.m. tomorrow.
The show can be seen locally
over WXYZ-TV, channel 7.
Plans include both songs by the
club and numbers in which Boone
will be the featured singer.
Accompanied by Prof. Philip A.
Duey, conductor of the glee club,
and James D. Shortt, Jr., super-
visor of the University Relations
Field Services, the members of
the club left Monday for New
York to begin rehearsals.
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ACADEMY AWARD
WINNER
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of the Year!
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Opening THURSDAY
"ONE OF YEAR'S
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"SMILES of a
SUMM ER NOIGHT"

Gilliam UrgesAnswers for Disease

. By ANITA FELDMAN
"Chronic, non-infectious dis-
eases present a great challenge to
the field of Public Health, and it
is up to the future Public Health
workers to find an answer to their
control," Dr. Alexander G. Gilliam
speaker at the annual Sundwall
Memorial Lecture said yesterday.
Discussing "The -Epidemiologi-
cal Considerations Related to
Control of Cervical Cancer," Dr.
Gilliam remarked that the ab-
sence of alarming symptoms at
the start of the disease is the
main reason that cancer of the
cervix is often well advanced be-
fore it is ever discovered.
Detection Saves Women
Studies show that if cervical
disease is detected and treated
during the first stage of its devel-
opment; 100 per cent of the wo-
men so afflicted can be saved.
However, if the disease goes with-
out treatment for five years, only
dine per cent of the women hav-
ing the disease for this length of
time will live. Thus, the stage of
the disease at the time of institu-
tion of treatment is of primary,
importance to its cure.
In 1955, deaths in the United
States due to cancer of the uterus
Groups Plan
Mock Shows
For IPublic
An exhibition of a day's opera-
tion of closed circuit radio and
television will be presented tomor-
row by the radio and television de-
partments under the auspices of
the Department of Speech.
The program, which will be a
continuous broadcasting of pro-
ductions, will be entirely student
produced and directed, according
to Janet Simpson, Grad., program
coordinator of the radio depart-
ment.
The open house will be held
from 3-6 p.m. and from 7-10 p.m.
in the radio and television studios
of the Frieze Building. The pub-
lic is invited to attend.
Organization
Notices
Russian Circle, meeting, May 15, 8:00
p.m., Basement of Lane Hall, program
of Russian dancing, singing, poetry and
dialogue.
Physics Club, meeting, May 14, 7:30
p.m., 2038 Randall Lab. Dr. Parkinson
to speak on "Some Problems in Nu-
clear Physics."
* * *
Chess Club, meeting, May 14, 7:30
p.m., Union.

are susceptible to cervical cancer,
it occurs more frequently in mar-
ried women, and nuns are rare-
ly found to have the disease," Dr.
Gilliam added.
It has been suggested that mass
screening tests be given on a com-
munity-wide, impersonal basis, so
that a woman whose disease has
not shown itself through any un-
usual symptoms, can- be treated
in enough time to reduce the
probability of her disability or
death.
Calls Testing Unwise
Dr. Gilliam's opinion, although
it is not the opinion of the entire
Public Health field, is that at,
present, such testing is not wise.'
"Many women would receive
wrong results from such imper-
sonal tests, and so, false feelings
of alarm or false feelings of se-
curity would be instilled in these
women."
"It is necessary that we con-
tinue our research into this field
to discover whether mass testing
could be done on an accurate level
before we extend such testing out
of the clinic and the private doc-
tor's office," Dr. Gilliam con-
cluded.

City Selects
ThreeMe
For Board
Appointments to the city's Hu-
man Relations Commission were
announced Monday night by Ann
Arbor's mayor, Prof. Samuel J.
Eldersveld of the political science
department.
Paul C. Wagner,'head of a lo-
cal men's clothing firm, was se-
lected to replace George E. Wede-
meyer, He was picked following
Wedemeyer's decision to decline
reappointment.
The Rev. Henry Lewis, chosen
as chairman, and Richard J.
Mann were reappointed to the 10-
flember commission. All these ap-
pointments carry three year terms
dating from May 5. The chair-
manship will be in effect for a
year, and other members of the
commission will continue to serve
out their present terms.
Eldersveld commented Monday
night that he felt the Rev. Mr.
Lewis and Mann, as well as oth-
ers serving on the commission,
"have done an excellent Job." r

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DR. GILLIAM
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totaled 15,000 and 9,000 of this
number were due particularly to
cancer of the cervix, or narrow
lower or outer end of the uterus,
Dr. Gilliam added.
Studies Reveal Differences
Further studies reveal that can-
cer of the cervix is more predom-
inant in non-white than in white
women; that women married be-
fore the age of twenty are more
susceptibe to the disease than
women married after the age of
twenty; that women of lower
socio-economic classes expreience
higher rates of the disease than
do women of higher economic
classes; and that it is found more
in women whose husbands are
laborers than in women whose
husbands are engaged in a pro-
fession.
"Although nonM-narried women

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