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PAGE SIX

THE MICHIGAN DAILY

WEDNESDAY, AUGUST 3, 1949

Minority Groups
Of f, On Campus Views Compared
(Continued from Page 1)
their attitudes toward members of other religious groups on or off
campus.
"Do you think your attitudes toward members of other races
have changed since you entered college?"
Attitudes have not changed.................. 51 %
Attitudes have change........................48
"How have your attitudes changed?"
More tolerant ...............................32
Less tolerant ..................................3
Better understanding of how to deal
with problem, how to explain it ..........11
Greater awareness of problem................ 6
More tolerant of some, less of others.......... 1
THOSE STUDENTS whose attitudes toward other races have
changed report that they have been influenced by: .
Social contacts ..............................41%
Courses ........................... ..........11
Athletics .................................... 3
Extra-curricular lectures ..................... 2
Church activities ............................ 1
Growing up, maturing.......................1
* * * *
PROTESTANTS APPEAR to sense a change of attitude in them-
selves somewhat more often than others.
Proportion who report change in attitude toward members
of other races:

MILLIONS FOR EPIDEMIC:
March of Dimes Aids Polio Victims

LEADING SINGERS OF LA BOHEME-Left to riht are Mu ethi, Carol
Sills; Mimi, Norma Heyde; Rudolfo, Richard Miller; Colline, Jack Wilcox;
Foster.
BEARING DOWN: 1Pro

-)aiy-Gene Kiddon
Neilson; Marcel, Robert
and Schaunaild, Malcolm'
f. Eich To Give

NEW YORK-AP-The March
of Dimes has supplied millions of
dollars so far this year to aid new
victims of polio.
No exact figure is available. But
some local chapters of the Na-
tional Foundation for Infantile
Paralysis, which collects the snon-
ey, already have exhausted their
funds.
T6 THEM THE national head-
quarters has advanced $3,500,000
from its epidemic aid fund. How:
much the local chapters have
spent besides isn't known.
Polio is one of the costliest
of diseases. Patients may have
to spend months or years in
hospitals, and need special
equipment, special nursing, spe-
cial training of muscles. Cost of
the average case runs between
$1,000 and $2,000.
Here is how the- March of Dimes
helps to lift. this burden:
Local chapters keep half of 'the
dimes money.* Most of it goes to
pay expenses of patients in their
areas.
THE FOUNDATION'S policy is
that local chapters pay for ex-
penses which the family cannot
meet. It may pay the entire cost
or part of it.
"Each case is', judged on its
merits," said Dr. Hart E. Van
'Riper, Foundation medical djr-
Call John Gehring 2-5275 for res-
ervations.

ector. "there is no set incom z Mate Folio I..ases
that a family must have to ::t
help. If help is needed, the foun- Increase by 46
dation gives it."
The national headquarters ad- LANSING-P-)-Michigan's in-
ministers the other half of the fantile paralysis case load reached
dimes money. Part of it goes into 415 yesterday with the addition
the epidemic aid fund, and money of 46 new cases reported to the
is sent to the chapters whose own State Health Department.
funds run out. The total last year at this time
Last year the foundation and its was 65.
chapters spent $17,000,000 on care
of polio victims. Of this, $6,700,- One more death was reported to
000 came from the national epi- bringthetoll to 24. Only eight
demic aid fund. deaths were recorded at this time
Some insurance companies now last year.
are offering polio insurance cov- Of the new cases, 10 were from
ering the costs of treatment. At Detroit, to bring the total there to
least one company offers to pay 122. Lansing had four new cases
all expenses up to $5,000, in a for a 24 total.
family policy at a premium of S5 No new cases in Washtenaw
a year. County were reported.
Prices on all items are reduced.
Many fine imported gifts from the Orient.
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Senate Votes o equire
FBI Check -Of A ECFellowS

Origiial Readinlg
Prof. Louis M. Eich of the De-
partment of Speech w-will ptesent
an original reading of Thomas
Heggen's "Mister Roberts" at 3
p.m. today in the Rackham Am-
phitheatre.
The novel was adapted to the
stage by Heggen and Joshua Lo-
gan in 1948,

Protestant ...................................55%
Catholic.4...........................3
Jewish ......................................41
"Do you think your attitude toward members of
religions has changed since you entered college?"
Attitude has not changed...................68%
Attitude has changed .........................22
Influenced by:
Social contacts ..............................21%
Courses ..................................... 4
Athletics ....................................- 1
Extra Curricular Lectures .................... 1

WASHINGTON-(A')-The Sen-
ate voted yesterday to require a
full FBI check of all students rec-
ommended for research fellow-

ship on "any person who advocates
the overthrow of the government
of the United States by force or
violence."

other

ships under the Atomic Energy
Commission. -
The provision was inserted by'
vote into an independent offices !
appropriations bill at the request{
of Senator O'Mahoney (Dem. -
Wyo.)
* *Cor
THE FBI CHECK for AEC fel-
lowship candidates is a direct re- dents ofF
sult of the disclosure last May Edel will
that a fellowship had been award- ichamber

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ntinued from Page 4)
Paul Dcktor and Oliver
present a program of
music on Wednesday,

Open House at German Lan-
guage Residence-Deutsches Haus,
---- -1101 Church St., Wed., Aug. 3,
ings of Josefina Mesa, noted Mex-'7:30 to 10:00 p.m. All German-
ican costume artist, will be ex- speaking faculty and students are
hibited beginning Monday. Aug. cordially invited. Refreshments.
1, at 2 p.m., auspices of the Socie- prof. Louis M. Eieh of the De-
dad Hispanica and Casa Espanola. partment of Speech will present a
---t-in ent om h p ail eaent "

WITH RESPECT to religious as well as racial groups, it is the
Protestants who report the greatest change in their own attitudes.
Proportion who report change in attitude toward members of the
other religions:
Protestants ..................................25%
Catholic .................................... .20
Jewish.....................................10
NEXT-Campus organizations and the problem of solving
racial discrimination are studied in "Campus Attitudes Towards
Minority Groups."

ed to Hans Freistadt, an avowed
Communist at the University of
North Carolina.
Shortly after the Freistadt
case became public, the National
Research Council, which admin-
isters the -multi-million dollar
fellowship program for the AEC,
agreed to require a loyalty oath
and non - Communist affidavit
from fellowship candidates.
But many Senators thought
that this wasn't enough. So O'Ma-
honey prepared a stronger safe-

Aug. 3 at 7 p.m. in the Hussey
Roon of the Michigan League.
Their progra'm will include a quar-
tet by Meethoven, a quartet by
Mozart, and a sonata for viola and
piano by Milhaud. This progran
is open to the public.
Exhibitions
Rackham Galleries, east gallery.
Paintings by Willard MacGregor.
Visiting Professor of Piano, School
of Music (July 8-August 5.)

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guard. Architecture Building: Exhibit
His bill specifies that no part of of student work in design and in
any appropriation for the AEC city planning. (June 9-August 13).1
shall be used to confer a fellow- Rackham Galleries: The paint-

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Museum of Archaeology: An-
tiquities of the Mediterranean
area.
Clements Library: Unique Can-
adiana: A selection of fifteen Ca-
nacan rarities in the Clements
Library, (June 20-Aug. 19).
General Library: Main lobby
eases. Contributions of the Ancient
Medit-erranean World of Western
Culture.
Museum of Art: Islamic Art.
(Through Aug. 3) Alumni Memor-
ial Hall. Daily 9-12.
Events Today
Michigan Christian Fellowship:
Bible Study, Epistle to the Ephes-
ians, Chapter 6, 7:30 p.m., Upper
Room, Lane Hall. Prayer meeting,
a p.m.
The Graduate Student Council
will meet Wednesday, Aug. 3, at
7:30 p.m. in West Lecture Hall,
Rackham Bldg.
La Boheme, Puccini's world fa-
mous opera will open tonight at
Lydia Mendelssohn Theatre 8
o'clock. This enchanting opera will
be the last in the summer series of
Department of Speech presenta-
tions. It will be produced in con-
.junction with the School of Music.
LaBoheme will have a five day
iun, Wed., Thurs., Friday, Sat.,
and Mon., Aug. 8. Good seats are
still available at the Theatre box
office, Michigan League Bldg.
IUniversity Community Center,
IWillow Village. Wed., Aug. 3, 10
a.m. University Club picnic for
mothers and children. 8 p.m.,
choir.
U. of M. Hostel Club: Mid-week
picnic Wednesday at Silver Lake.
Meet at Lane Hall at 5:15 and
travel by car. Everyone welcome.

novel Mister Roberts at 3 this af-
ternoon in Rackham Amphithe-
atre. This is the last in a series of
Assemblies presented by the De-
partment of Speech.
Coming Events
The Weekly Square Dance spon-
sored by the Graduate Outing
Club will be held on Thursday eve-
ning, Aug. 4 at 8:00 p.m. in the
Graduate Outing Club rooms on
the ground floor of the Rackham
Building, instead of Wed., evening,
Aug. 3, as originally scheduled.
There is a small admission charge.
Everyone welcome.

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