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THi MICHIGAN DAILY

ARACTER EDUCATION STUDY:
Religious Workshop- Forums
In Child Development Continue

'WHITE STUPRMACY:
Eve of Mississippi Pnnary
Sees Negro Vote Top Issue

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Conversi
Peace Me

An experiment is being conducted
throughout the nation by religious
educators who have concluded that
the regular Bible study and Sunday
School fails in child character devel-
opment.
Ernest M. Ligon, Ph.D., Professor
in Union College, Schenectady, New
York, and author of two books, 'The
Psychology of Christian Personality,"
and "Their Future is Now" is con-
ducting a workshop to inform in-
terested people about his methods of
character education.
Forums which began Monday,
June 24 will be continued through
July 3 giving all interested summer
students and instructors a chance to
attend. Forums in which summer
students and faculty members can
still participate are "The Home and
School in Character Education" and
'Character Education of the Fu-

ture" which will be given today and
tomorow. Professor Leonard A. Stid-
ley, of the Oberlin Sc-low o; Theo-
logy will deliver a lecture, "The Prin-
ciples of Group Leadership in Reli-
gious Education" at 3 p.m. today in
the Rackham Building. Ligon's for-
um, "The Home and School in Char-
acter Education" will be held at
7:30 p.m. in the Kellogg Auditorium.
Dr. Francis J. Donahue of the
University of Detroit wil speak at 3
p.m. in the Rackham Building to-
morrow on "The Parochial School as
a Character Agency," and Ligon's
forum "Character Education of the'
Future" will be held at 7:30 tomor-
row in the Kellogg Auditorium.
"Few men in America have given
the intelligent study to the charac-
ter of youth, and the training of
parents which Prof. Ligon has given,"
Dr. Edward W. Blakeman, University
Counselor in Religious Education
said in urging all those interested to
attend the meetings.

JACKSON, Miss., July 1-P)-The
red-hot question of Negro voting
overshadowed all other issues tonight
on the eve of a Mississippi Demo-
cratic primary election in which'
Congress' most outspoken advocates;
of white supremacy-Senator Theo
G. Bilbo and Rep. John E. Riankin'
-seek return to office.
Backed by a Supreme Court opin-
ion and a Justice Department warn-
ing, Negroes already have voted in
primaries in other one-party southern
states.,
But they never before have cast
ballots in a Mississippi primary, and
Bilbo has called upon "every red-
blooded Anglo-Saxon in the state to
use 'whatever means are necessary'
to keep them from the polls tomor-
row."
Rankin, since 1920 the represen-
tative of the first district which em-
braces northeast Mississippi, urged
"law-abiding" Negroes - to refrain
from voting.
On the other hand, Negroes have

been instructed by their own or-
ganizations to make an effort to
vote, but to come away peacefully if
the ballot is denied.
NnicwgCli ss
B e g ins TodtNy
The first University - sponsored
class in ballroom dancing will meet
at 7:30 p.m. tonight in the University
ball-room.
Instructor for the six-week series
of social dancing classes will be John
Gwin. Classes will meet at 7:30 p.m.
each Tuesday.
* * *
The first regularly' scheduled'
League dances this summer will be
fromh 9 to 12 Fi-iday and Saturday in
the League balrrooll. Tonmy Des-
mond's orchestra will play and the
dances are informal, with or with-
out dates.

Summer plans of the U
NROTC Unit consist of cc
from the wartime to a p
basis, Captain Woodson V.
commanding officer of the
nounced yesterday.
There will be no active
this summer, but the shift
ministrative facilities and
ing procedures will be car
Increased emphasis will b
on practical training metho
oped from wartime experier
The last class under the
program was graduated Jun
the program officially en(
terday with the decommissi
the V-12 Unit. Of the 172
students who were gradu
elected to go on active duty
fleet as ensigns.
Peacetime plans are not
plete. The Holloway Bill,
fore Congress, would subsi
education of NROTC studE
if this bill is not passed
pre-war program will go in

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BOWLES EXPLAINS RESIGNATION-Chester W. Bowles, resigned
economic stabilizer, tells radio audience details of his resignation in
protest over Congressional passage of OPA bill. He lauded President
for his veto of the legislation.
Openings in Co-ops Announced

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out dates.

Openings in four campus co-oper-
ative houses for boarders were an-
nounced yesterday by Bill Gamzon,
publicity chairman for the Inter-
Cooperative Council.
Men who want to avail themselves
of the "greatly reduced savings in
food expenses" may call the coopera-
tive houses at 5974, 6284, or 7211.
Boarders will be asked to contribute
three or four hours a week to work in
the cooperative, in order to make
possible the low rates, Gamzon said.
--- Today and Wednesday ---
"BLITHE SPIRIT"
with Constance Cummings
and

MyrM LOY Y
Don AmIWIJF in
wit
BOBBY DRISCOLL
MOLLY LAMONT
Also NO PLACE LIKE HOME ill WORLD NEWS

"SHOCK"

with
Vincent Price - Lynn Bari
No. Main - Opposite Court House
- Today and Wednesday --
Jinx Falkenberg in
"TALK ABOUT A LADY"
and
Robert Lowery in
"THE HOUSE OF HORRORS"

He estimated that weekly rates this
summer will be five dollars or less for
boarders.
CLASSIFIED
FOR SALE
BOIS BLANC ISLAND: A beautiful
cabin with 2-story living room! and
cobblestone fire place completely
furnished, 1/2 acres overlooking
Mackinaw Island. Ready to move
in. Ctmplete book of pictures
available. A bargain. Don't miss
this one. Inquire Wm. G. Kirby,
Realtor, 500 Michigan Bank Bldg.,
Detroit.
FOR RENT
ROOMERS! Can accomodate 10
men. Two /blocks from campus-
reasonable. Call 2-6663.
ROOMS for summer session at Xi
Psi Phi fraternity, 800 Lincoln.
Phone 2-4603.
HELP WANTED
MALE STUDENT wanted for work
in fraternity. Call 2-6825, Mrs.
Taylor.
MISCELLANEOUS
CELLIST WANTED by amateur
string quartet. Phone 2-6133.
ALL MEMBERS of Omega Psi Phi
Fraterrity enrolled in the summer
session contact Bernard E. Burke,
K.R.S. 311 Glen Ave.. by postal
card.
BROKEN STRINGS in your tennis
racquet? Call at 2-7360 for over-
night service or restringing. I pick
up and deliver. Dean McClusky,
417 8th St.

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