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ecutive Lead

1.

Campus Highlights

In Government
Prof. John W. Lederle, of the poli-
tical science department, said yester-
day that the legislative branches of
government are losing prestige as the
executive branches gain "more and
more power."
Speaking before the Univ rsity of
Michigan Sumner Education Confer-
ence, Prof. Lederle pointed out that
the executive is more representative
of the individual citizen than is the;
legislator because "the Congressman
is elected from a relatively small area
and is expected to represent only the
citizens of that area."
If the state legislatures and na-
tional Congress wish to halt this
trend toward more and more power
for the executive, they must "clean
their own houses," Prof. Lederle de-
clared. Current proposals for Con-
gressional reorganization, he said, are
a step in the right direction.

Co-op Housewarming . .
The Inter-Cooperative Council is
holding a housewarming party to-
night at the new Osterweil Co-op
House at 338 E. Jefferson, Hank Kas-
sis, ICC President announced yester-
day.
All students and faculty members
interested in Co-ops are invited to
attend the evening's program, Kassis
added.
To Talk on Starvation ...

Prof. Harold Guetzgow of the
psychology department will des-
cribe a starvation experiment con-
ducted at the University of Min-
nesota at a discussion of "Men and
Hunger" to be held at 7:30 p.m.
in the Congregational - Disciples
guild house tomorrow.
Guetzgow, who studied the psy-
chological effects of starvation ex-
periments at Minnesota, will ex-
plain how the results of the experi-,

ment are being used to return the
starved throughout the world to
good health.
* * *
GuilJ Meetings..
The Congregational-Disciples and
the Baptist Guilds will have a com-
bined meeting Sunday at the Baptist
Guild house and will return for the
last discussion of the series "What Is
Christianity?" that is being held, at
the Congregational church during
the month of July.
To Discuss Population...
Dr. Waren S. Thompson, director
of the Scripps Foundation for Re-
search in Population Problems at
Miami University, will speak on
"The Impact of Science on Popu-
lation Growth" at 8:10 p.m. Tues-
day in Rackhamn Amphitheatre.
Russian Club Picnic . . .
Russky Kruzhok will hold a picnic
for its members and tneir friends at
Riverside, Park Saturday, 4:00 p.m.
August 3.
The Russian club picnic will feature
group singing and a baseball game.
All those who wish to attend must
make reservations by Wednesday of
next week by calling Violet Misekow
or Marcia Bry at 5898.
Volunteer Workers
Needed on IFC Staff
Volunteers are needed to work on
the Inter-Fraternity Council staff for
the remainder of the semester -and
next fall, IFC secretary Bill Krebs
announced today.
The staff publishes a directory and
Journal, and works on social functions
of the IFC. T.'hose who are interested
should contact Bill Krebs (4295) cr
Hlarry Jackson (2-3189).

Scarecrows Few:
Robins Get Cherries
TRAVERSE CITY, Mich., July 25
-(P)-Thanks to farmers' inability
to buy clothes, robins are getting a
break in Michigan's cherry orchards
this year.
There's a lack of scarecrows to help
keep the birds away. And, growers
explain, scarecrowsare few because
they must keep their old clothes to
wear themselves.

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five-room bungalow from which the couple was evicted in Los Angeles
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an, and his wife Lucille, 22. Man at right is City Marshall's employe
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Four members of the cast of "The
Valiant," Dorothy Wineland, and
Helen Currie, directors of "The Val-
iant"an "A Bright Morning," res-
pectively are veterans, it was learned
yesterday.
Paul Davidson, who will play the
warden in the Valiant was a marine
radio operator on Guam. Lawrence
Vincent who will play Dyke, was a
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DAILY OFFICIAL
BULLETIN
(Continued from Page 2)
the International Center at 4 p.m.
All students interested in practicing
Spanish conversation are invited to
attend.
Association Coffee Hour will be
held in the Lane Hall Library on
Friday afternoon from 4:30 to 6:00.
Coming Events
All Alpha Kappa Alpha women are
invited to come to the Conference
room-third floors of the Rackham
Building-Saturday afternoon from
3-4.
French Club: The fourth meeting
of the French Club will be held on
Monday, July 29, at 8 p.m. in Rm.
305 at the Michigan Union. Dr.
Franci Gravit, of the Romance Lang-
uage Department, will give an infor-
mal talk entitled: "Souvenirs de
Provence". Group singing and social
hour. If you like to speak and hear
French, sing and have fun, come
to our meetings.
Play: "Angel Street," by Patrick
Hamilton, July 31 to August 3.
The Graduate Outing Club has
scheduled hiking and swimming for
Sunday, July 28. Those interested
should meet in the club rooms in
the Rackham Building at 2:30 p.m.
Sunday. Use the northwest entrance.
Saturday Luncheon Discussion will
be held in Lane Hall at 12:15. Res-
ervations may be made by calling
Lane Hall 4121 Ext. 2148 before Sat-
urday morning.

by a detachment of American sol-
diers.
Nicholas Hionedes who will play
the jailor was taken a prisoner of the
Japanese on Corregidor five months
after the war started. Hionedes
worked in a Japanese copper mine
until the Japanese surrendered three
years and four months later. A stu-
dent of drama in the Carnegie In-
stitute of Technology, he is in play
production classes here this summer
and writing a book on-his war ex-
periences.
Miss Wineland, director of "The
Valiant" was an officer in the marine
photographic section. She was a
scenario writer of propaganda and
was under commercial contract with
RKO, Warner Brothers; and the
Walt Disney studios.1
Helen Currie, director of "A Bright
Morning" was once forced to fly a
plane whose pilot was critically
wounded.
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