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Sixty-Seven Years of Editorial Freedom
SLXVIII No. 45 ANN ARBOR, MICHIGAN, FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 8, 1957 FIVE CENTS

WINDY, RAIN
EIGHT P

USSR:
Celebration
Shows New
War Might

A vreiit a1 euew u i rm.iu.4 . . MOSCOW O) - The Soviet
Her lecture, sponsored by Student Government Council, is being Union paraded a mighty array of
given in conjunction with International Week and the Union World's new tactical rockets and guns at
Fair tonight. its 40th birthday celebration yes-
Mrs. Roosevelt waived her usual lecture fee because of the terday without unveiling any of
University's chapter of the Collegiate Committee for the United Na- the major surprises the world had
tions which she supports, been led to expect.
Resigned From UN The big puzzlers for Western
Mrs. Roosevelt has served on three Assemblies of the UN. She military men in the massive
was appointed United States delegate to the First, Fourth and Sev- march in Red Square were two
enth. Assemblies of the General huge guns of strange design. Mos-
Assembly, cow radio talked of "a new type
While on the UN, she was chair- of artillery based on the principle
man of the Assembly's Third Com- of jet propulsion," but there was
mittee, 'the Committee on Social, no explanation.
Humanitarian and Cultural Ques- Minister Assails U.S.
tiSns. Ther were many tactical weap-
In 1952 Mrs. Roosevelt resigned ons capable of delivering atomic
) afrom the UN to work on the Amer- warheads. The biggest rockets
Wont 'rai ican Association for the United were 70-75 footers in the 400-to-
Nations. She is presently the chair- 500-mile range.
man of the Board of Directors of With most leaders of the Com-
WASHINGTON (A') - xpert5 that organization. munist world looking on, Defense
at the Smithsonian Astrophysical She is the author of eight books Minister Marshal Rodion Y. Mal-
Observatory said yesterday they and the editor of three others. inovsky assailed the United States
do not believe the Soviet dog-car- Press Meeting Scheduled in the major speech of the day.
rying satellite is breaking up. He declre the dyp l
There was a report Wednesday Mrs. Roosevelt will arrive in Ann He.declared the Soviet people
hrom a Chicago moonwateh team Arbor about 2 p.m. and will hold a 'ardently desire peace" but that.
that two objects were observed . 'the Soviet armed forces are ca-
'ihen Sputnik II passed near the ~ pable of crushing any aggressor."
weSptikIpy.He accused "aggressive circles in
the U.S." of preventing disarma-
But two top scientists of the ment and "threatening mankind
Smithsonian observtory - Dr. $with the dangers of atomic war."
Fred L. Whipple, director and Dr.wt Zhukof Abst
J. Allen Hynek, associate director, Mal kov Asent
said at Cambridge, Mass., there mk:,d>.fh;L:
are no definite signs yet that the :in-Stalin tomb where Marshal
satellite is coming apart. Georgi K. Zhukov - the man he
"Generally when something like ~*replaced in the Defense Ministry
that occurs - a splitting of a sat- two weeks ago - had taken the
ellte-a great many people would salutes and reviewed the anniver-
see it. None of the observations sarymilita parades for five
Thursday reported any more than f; years. Zhukov was nowhere in
one object." -"wi
Voscow reports indicated an "~Communist party boss Nikita
Mnoucoweprtsndiated an he Khrushchev, Premier Nikolai Bul-
announcement on the fate of the
dog might ~be expected today. ganin, President Klementi Y. Vor-
Th migh'ber e x p ected tay . - -oshilov, other Soviet leaders, and
They were accompanied by~ spec-suhvitn bg-gsoohe
ulation that Soviet scientists such visiting big-wigs of other
would attempt to' eject the dog 4 . M'f Y Communist lands as Mao Tze-
from the space vehicle and bring tung of China also stood atop the
it back to earth by parachute. ELEANOR ROOSEVELT
For the first time since Sput- ...Ato visit 'U
nik II was fired into space Satur- tvitU
day night the Russians, in daily press conference at University v
reports on the satellite, did not President Harlan Hatcher's home
report on Laika's condition. Wed- shortly afterward._
nesday the animal was said to be After her speech, Mrs. Roosevelt To V acate
still alive, will go to the League, for a ban-
U.S. sky observers redoubled quet at 6 p.m. which will be given
their vigilance on the chance that in her honor. O ster
the Russians might try for some- Percival Price, University caril-"
thing - spectacular yesterday in lonneur, will honor Mrs. Roosevelt
honor of the 48th anniversary of with a carillon recital following the The 'residential status of five
the Bolshevik Revolution. speech, women living in Osterweil House
World's Fair remained uncertain yesterday, ac-
In the evening the Union and cording to William Armstrong,
Heal Service the International Students Asso- Grad., Inter-Cooperative Council
ciation will present the World's prdsident.
FairThe women had been asked to
To H alt luThe Fair will begin at 8 p.m. on leave the house because of unsani-
the second and third floors of the tary conditions there, Armstrong
S ots TodayUnon.said. But a petition by the house
Thirteen nationality clubs will asking their reinstatement has
decorate rooms with exhibits from apparently resulted in their being
Preventive Asian Flu inocula- their native lands. A floor show, permitted to remain in Osterweil
tions will be discontinued after to- "Around the World in 40 Minutes" House.
day at Health Service. will be' given at 8:30, 9:30 and Final official action by the Dean
Dr. Morley Beckett, Healthgieat83,90an
Srice Dirtor Bs , yeth 10:30 p.m. in the Union Ballroom, of Womn's Office has not been
Service Director, said yesterday taken yet, he indicated. The five
poli vacin wil bedisribtedAdmission is 50 cents.
polio vaccine will be distributed __women involved were all 21 years
Monday. old or younger.<
An estimated 500 students re- Cairn""' C(1Lot .However, the housemother,
ceived influenza inoculations yes- Sarah Curtis, Grad., yesterday said
terday, Dr. Beckett reported, "con- a- she has been relieved of her posi-
siderably better than during the Adds FundsItion by the Dean of Women's
first two days of the program," Office and asked to leave the
when 350 students came to Health house,
Service for shots. An additional 100 has been do- s ng said tha ICC would
Asian flu inoculations will be nated to Campus Chest through attempt to remedy conditions in
given today beginning at 8 a.m. to residence house solicitations, Joe the ;iouse this weekend, explain-
11:45 a.m. and from 1 to 4:30 Sherman, '58, Campus Chest ing that William J. Holland,
p.m. Dr. Beckett has strongly ad- Board chairman announced yes- Health Service sanitarian, had
vised students to be inoculated terday. listed areas in the house which
against the virus, saying "there is Campus Chest is still waiting needed attention.
no indication that Asian flu will to tally its final receipts in the Each men's house in ICC 'will
not reach epidemic proportions drive. donate 10 men both tomorrow and
on campus a second time." Estimated totals in the drive Sunday to improve the house,
Price for an inoculation is $1. have reached $3,700. Armstrong said.

4I
Ike, aDckn'I
About
Of Ba
MIT Head:n
To Take Top
Science Post
WASHINGTON (AR) -President $
Dwight D. Eisenhower, acknowl-
edging that surging Russian power
could "damage us seriously" if wary
caine, yesterday named ascientific M CA
chief ostaff to rush development
of the weapons of the future.mv?:h
He appointed James R. Killian, e
president of the world-famous
Massachusetts Institute of Tech-
nology, to take command.
Rivalry Crackdo"at
Killian, 55-year-old scientist and Co
administrator with a record ofl
government service, was empow- n
ered to crack down on any inter-
service rivalry, to prevent need-
less delays and to give high prior-JJ
ity to certain 'hush-hush protects P1
the President only hinted at.
Sen. Lyndon Johnson (D-Tex.), /j
Senate Democratic leader and H14
chairman of the Senate preparedd-
ness subcommittee which has an-
nounced plans for an investiga-
tion this month of the satellite- "Pe
missile programs, commented in a planne
statement. printi
"I had hoped that the President Hamil
would stress what we need to do made
as well as what we have done. But possib
Speed Necessary Thu
"The American people will wel- of tr
come' the steps the President de-Eitor
cided to take tonight to improve the w
the program. The basic issue is kheyno
whether we can produce the weapof le
ons that are needed in the time Pro
that is remaining.
"The preparedness committee ets L
will be very interested in any the C
plans that will restore our leader- Litera
ship in those fields in which it on the
has ben lst."tennis
has ia b e lo t"proble
K linBegins one o
Pro
Office Duties there
Colum
Immediately wy)
J ~given,
CAMBRIDGE, Mass. ) p Frank
James R. Killian Jr., 55 years old, grant
president of Massachusetts Insti- state -
tute of Technology, took his new Wit]
appointment as special scientific has t
assistant to President Eisenhower stats o
right in stride yesterday. "bless
He issued a brief statement in Prof.
which he said he will "move as bility
rapidly as'possible" to set up an fPresig
organization of scientific and,en- Burr.
gineering talent for development How
of the nation's defenses. -.were it
But he flatly declined to com- pester
ment to reporters' questions ,on Elizab
whether he intended to set up any band
"crash programs" for satellites, Hamil
rockets or even expansion of edu-
cation in the sciences.
In a 15-minute press confer- many

ence, Killian parried most of the u
newsmen's questions by referring lifen i
them either to the statement he attemr
issued or a copy of the text of the band's
President's speech.

A committee was organized last
spring to study the Michigan
House Plan and experiment with
possible , changes.
University Vice-President for
Student Affairs James A. Lewis, a'
member of the committee, will
present a report early next week,
Duane said..
Duane Cites Changes
He explained some of the sug-
gested house plan changes, in-
cluding freshman and upperelass
houses, increased academic em-
phasis in the residence halls, and
staff changes.
Duane also mentioned the in-
creasing loss of upperclassmen in
residence halls, and said that the
pros and cons of this subject will
be studied.
The IHC Executive Board, com-
posed of the organizations officers,
is presently working with the Uni-
dence hall financing.
State, Federal Aid
Duane said that state and fed-
eral aid are being discussed, es-
pecially with the construction of
the new North Campus dormitories
in view.
In addition to the long-range
residence hall programs, Duane
mentioned experimentation with
new orientation programs which
would place greater emphasis on
the role of the residence halls and
their staffs.
Another internal IHC program,
the revision of the organization's
judicial structure, is already up
before the residence balls to be
passed on as -"a constitutional
change.
The revision calls for the IHC
judiciary to be composed of quad-
rangle judiciary chairmen rather.

SATELLITE MISSILE PROGRAM:
Scientist Says U.S. Catching Up with Russia

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SPUTNIK 9
Altitude: 1056 Miles
Speed: 17,840 MPH
Weight: 1,120 Pounds
Circuit: 104 Minutes

SPUTNIK I
Attitude: 560 Miles
Speed: 18,000 MPH
Weight: 184 Pounds
Circuit: 92 Minutes

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North -
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By The Associated Press
WASHINGTON-A Defense Department scientist said yesterday
the United States fell four or five years behind the Russians in missile.
development but "we're very close to them now."
"I think we'll be ahead of them in another year in all missile.
work in general," said Dr. Paul D. Foote, assistant secretary of defense
in charge of research and engin'eering.
Foote testified before the House Post Office and Civil Service
subcommittee.
Early in his testimony, Foote said, "We're four or five years behind
the Russians and its going to be hard to catch up."
But, a little later, Foote referred backto this statement, and said,
"That's not to say we're four or five years behind them now. We're

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