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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

FRIDAY, JUY 3, 1951

rof. Bacon
[its Threats
0 Schools
riticism of today's education-j
ystem by organizations posing:
national fronts may incite:
ough confusion to wreck ther
ool situation for years to
ie," according to Professory
ncis L. Bacon, of the educa-
7 department of the Univer-
of California.
rof. Bacon, speaking on "Cur-w
t Attacks on Public Education".
the educaion school's summer
ure series lashed at groups try-
to destroy our public educa-
x system for personal reasons.=
* *
ACKED BY the private funds
misguided philanthropists whoz
e very largely been "taken in"
the high sounding character of
organization's announced pur-
e, these national front organ-
ions criticise education, Prof.-
on asserted.

"But the real purpose of most
these spruious organizations
to make a place for the pro-
ioters and to sow distrust and
duce faith in America's basic
alues," he said.
'The usual practice of such
cups is to center their efforts on
local community which affords
dence of a school fight," Pro-
sor Bacon maintained. "Here,
e plan is to bring special inter-
s, each with a particular cri-
ism into a combined attack and
nent enough confusion to wreck
e school."
)ne source of criticism was cit-
as the "consumer interest-
,se who, as parents and stu-
its, make the largest direct use
the schools."
LNOTHER GENERAL source
criticism are special interest
>ups which charge that "schools
too costly."
?rofessor Bacon pointel out that
e peculiar confusion and bewil-
rment of the American people
recent years has given aid to
ose favoring "save America"
npaigns.

-Daily-Robert Lewis
STAG FEATURE-Francis Long, Grad., tenor, and his accompan-
ist, Herman Forbes, Grad., are among the entertainers taking part
in the West Quad Stag musical to be held Sunday night in the
South Court of the West Quad..
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Each summer, explained Mrs. This year, it's going to be, a stag
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House, the West Quad housemo- 7 to 8 p.m. this Sunday in the
thers-better known as the West south court of the West Quad.
* * *
'U' Band Concert PRESENTED NOT only for the
Under the direction of William residents' enjoyment, but also to
D. Revelli, the nationally known promote student-faculty relations,
University Band will present "-itsover 60 faculty members-selected
first concert for the summer ses- by the residents-are expected in
sion at 8:30 p.m. Thursday, July addition to the 400 male students.
17, in Hill Auditorium. Scheduled to be featured in the
A trumpet trio and a tympani musical are Francis Long, well-
concerto, played by students in the known tenor; a German band that
University music school, will be plays polkas and novelties; two
featured in the program. male quartets; a singing guitarist;
and a clarinet trio.
Also included in the plans is
a community sing.
Bill Young, Chicago House and
... in Ann Arbor John Carter, Lloyd House, stu-
dent co-chairmen in charge of en-
508 E. William tertainment, report that enter-
tainment is being furnished by
each of the 6 open houses in the
West Quad.
After the hour long program of
entertainment and singing, re-
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Health Official
Warns Against A
Huron Bathing The Daily Official Bulletin is an
"publication of'University
of Michigan for which the Michigan
"Swimming in the Huron River Daily assumes no editorial responsi-
is definitely not recommended," bility. Publication in it is construc-
Joseph W. Price, Sanitary Engi- tive notice to all members of the Uni-
neer of Ann Arbor, reported. versity. Notices should be sent in
TYPEWRITTEN form to Room 3510
"Although it is not grossly pol- Administration Bldg. at 3 p.m. on the
luted, any river whichrs day preceding publication.
through urban areas is open to FRIDAY, JULY 13, 1951
question. City sewage plants," he VOL. LXI, No. 12-s
added, "are only mechanical and ._
are subject to temporary failures Notices
at some times."
The Huron, dsepite itsreputa-Company Interviews:
A representative from the General
tion for polluted water, is used ex- Motors Corporation will be interviewing
tensively by local citizens for young men on Monday, July 16 for
swimming. . promotional and publicity work in
* econnection with the Fisher Body Coach
contest. These positions are temporary
"THIS IS A problem we can't and will start about August 15th and
combat," Price said. "There is a end December 15th. After a three week
serious shortage of pools in Ann training period in Detroit the men will
travel all over the country speaking to
Arbor, and the river is used as a schools and civic groups to interest
last resort." young boys in the Fisher Body Coach
Contest. For further information please
He added that the necessary call at the Bureau of Appointments
funds and materials for construc- 3528 Administration Building.
tion of the needed pools would not
be available in the "forseeable fu- Personnel Requests:
The Oneida Paper Products, Inc. has
ure." openings for salesmen in New Haven,
"Anyone who calls us about Indianapolis, Milwaukee, Roanoke,
swimming in the river is discour- Memphis, New Orleans and Chicago.
agednghe repore "bu dialar- For further information please call at
aged," he reported, "but a large the Bureau of Appointments 3528 Ad-
number of them go anyway." He ministration Building.
said that, seemingly, very few
illnesses resulted from this pra- Social events sponsored by student
tnessbut thatesuchd cases r hadorganizations at which both men and
tice, but that such eases were hard women are to be present must be ap-
to trace. proved by the Dean of Students. Ap-
Definite figures on the relative plication forms and a copy of regula-
tions governing these events may be se-
pollution of the river aren't avail- cured in the Office of Student Affairs,
able. Even if they were, they 1020 Administration Building. Requests
would be of very little value, ac- for approval must be submitted to that
cording to Price, because the de- office no later than noon of the Mon-
day before the event is scheduled. A
gree varies from day to day. list of approved social events will be
"But the river should always be published in the Daily Official Bulletin
viewed with suspicion," he con- on Wednesday of each week.
cluded. Approved student sponsored social
events for the week-end:
> Spa ish luhJuly 13-
Graduate Student Councii
Lloyd Hall
Plans Lecture Theta Xi
The Fresh Air Camp Clinic will be
held July 13, 8:00 p.m., at the camp on
Prof. Josi F. Cirre, visiting pro- Patterson Lake. Dr. Samuel Hartwell,
Mfessor of Spanish in the Romance ichigan State Department of Health
* fesorof Sanih i theRomncewill be the speaker.
1 language department will lecture
on "The Surrealism of Spanish Exercise and Posture Clinics: Exercise
Poetry" at the meeting of the So- and posture clinics for women students
ciadad Hispanica, at 8 pa. Tues- who would like individual help in im-
dad in East nn cea, Ro p~m Tuf-proving their posture will be held in
day In East Conference Room of the corrective room in Barbour Gymna-
the Rackham building. slum at the following hours: Monday
Prof. Cirre, who has studied at 1:30 a.m., Thursday 1:30 p.m.
the University of Granada and in Orchestra Training Conference, Michi-
Madrid and Paris, recently pub- gan League Ballroom. 9, Demonstration
lished a book on contemporary rehearsal, David Robertson, Oberlin Col-
lege. 10, Procedures in School String
Spanish poetry. Classes, Hendrik Essers, Franklin Inglis,
* * * National Music Camp; David Mattern, U.
FORMERLY THE head of the of M. 1H1swind Instrument Training,
FORMRLYTHEDale Harris, Pontiac. 1 Demonstration
department of philosophy and lit- rehearsal, David Robertson. 2, Sympos-
erature in the Escuela Normal Su-
perior in Bogata, Colombia, Prof.T
Cirre came to Wayne College, in U.S. Sg'nS Treaty
Wayne, Michigan, to teach Span-
ish and Spanish literature. W ith Pacific Allies
The lecture which will be spon-
sored by the Sociadad Hispanica is WASHINGTON-()-The Uni-
open to all interested persons, ted States, Australia, and New
Zealand agreed yesterday in a
three-way treaty to regard an
armed attack on any one of these
nations in the Pacific area as
"dangerous" to the safety of all.
The treaty pledges that each
of the three nations in event of
attack will "act to meet the com-
8ecn size, any size! mon danger in accordance with
761.its constitutional processes."
The agreement was initialed at:
the State Department by U.S. Am-
bassador John Foster Dulles and'
envoys of Australia and New Zea-
land.
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lum on Orchestra Problems. 3:15, How
Music Can Grow in Your Community,
Dr. John Kendel, Vice President, Ameri-
can Music Conference, Chicago, Illinois.
Academic Notices
Preliminary Examinations in English:
Candidates for the Ph.D. degree in Eng-
lish who expect to take the prelimin-
ary examinations this summer are re-
quested to leave their names with Dr.
Ogden, 3230 Angell Hal, at once. The
examinations will be given as follows:
English Literature to 1550, July 18; Eng-
lish Literature, 1550-1750, July 21; Eng-
lish Literature, 1750-1950, July 25; and
American Literature, July 28. Both the
Wednesday and the Saturday examina-
tions will be given in the School of
Business Administration, Room 71, at
9:00 a.m.
Doctoral Examination for Walter Ferd-
inand Bauer, Mathematics; thesis:
"Modified Sturm-Liouville Problems and
Associated Integral Transforms," Friday,
July 13, 247 West Engineering Building,
at 3:00 p.m. Chairman, R. V. Churchill.
Doctoral Examination for James Rob-
ert Weeks, Pharmacology; thesis: "A
Stationary Manometric Respirometer for
Isolated Rat Diaphragm Allowing Si-
multaneous Direct Registration of Me-
chanical Activity," Monday, July 16,
Library, Pharmacology Bldg., at 1:30 p.m.
Chairman, M. B. Chenoweth.
Lectures Today
Growth and Differentiation Seminar:
4:15 p.m., Interrelationships between
photoperiodism and thermoperiodicity.
F. W. Went, California Institute of
Technology.
Department of Astronomy. Visitors'
Night Friday, July 13, 8:30 p.m. Dr.
Otto Struve, Chairman of the Depart-
ment of Astronomy at the University
of California, will lecture on "The Evo-
lution of the Stars." After the lecture
in room 1025 Angell Hall, the Students'
Observatory on the fifth floor will be
open for telescopic observation of the
Moon and Saturn, if the sky is clear, or
for inspection of the telescopes and
planetarium, if the sky is cloudy. Chil-
dren are welcomed, but must be ac-
companied by adults.
Concerts
Student Recital: Fred Thompson, or-
ganist, will be heard at 4:15 Sunday
afternoon, July 15, in Hill Auditorium,
in a program of works by Lubeck, Bach,
Franck, and Hindemith. The recital is
presented in partial fulfillment of the
requirements for the degree ofMaster
of Music, and will be open to the pub-
lic. Mr. Thompson is a pupil of Robert
Noehren.
Student Recital: Donald Stout, bari-
tone, will be heard at 8:30 Monday eve-
ning, July 16, in the Rackham Assembly
Hall, in a program sung in partial ful-
fillment of the requirements for the
degree of Master of Music. It will in-
clude works by Handel, . S. Bach, C.
P. E. Bach, Poulen, and Schubert, and
will be open to the public. Mr. Stout
is a pupil of Philip Duey.
Faculty Concert: John Kirkpatrick,
Guest Professor of Piano in the School
of Music, will be heard at 8:30 Tuesday
evening, July 17, in the Rackham Lec-
ture Hall, in the first of two programs
to be played in July. The program
Tuesday evening will include works by
Mozart, Ives, Gottschalk, MacDowel,
Harris, Lessard, Still and Palmer. The
general public will be admitted with-
out charge.
Events Today
Rehabilitation of the Handicapped
Worker. Panel discussion: "Rehabilita-
tion Services and Programs." :00 a.m.,
Rackham Lecture Hall.
Graduate Student Mixer: 9-12 p.m.,
Assembly Hall, Raciham. Adm. 25
cents.
Michigan Christian Fellowship. Bible
study. Discussion of the second chap-
ter of Ephesians, in the "Upper Room"
second floor of Lane Hall, at 7:30.
Roger Williams Guild: 8:30 p.m.;
Superstitious Shindig (Open House).

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On Stage: "An Enemy of the Peo-
ple", Arthur Miller's adaptation of Hen-
rik Ibsen's powerful, timeless drama,
presented by The Department of
Speech at the Mendelssohn Theatre.
Curtain at 8 p.m. Performances thru
Saturday night. Tickets available at
Mendelssohn box office open daily from
10 a.m. thru 8 p.m.
Lane Hall Coffee Hour, 4:30-6:00 p.m.
Everyone welcome.
The Newman Club will hold an Open
House at 8 p.m. in the Newman Club
Room, Williams and Thompson Sts. All
Catholic students are invited.
Coming Lectures
United States in the World Crisis lec-
ture. Willard L. Thorp, July 19.
Coming Events
Speech Conference, July 20-21.
Education Conference and Exhibit,
July 16-20. Speech Conference, July
20-21.
Hostel Club
Huron River Hike. Meet at the League,
Sunday, July 15, at 1 p.m. Call Jack
Young, 2-7958.
Next Week: The Department of
Speech presents The Young Ireland
Theatre Company in a series of Irish
plays at the Lydia Mendelssohn Thea-
tre, Wednesday through Saturday, July
18-21. Lauded as Ireland's most iut-
standing theatrical group, the com-
pany will give four evening perform-
ances here and two matinees. Their
repertoire of one and two-act plays
includes W. B. Yeat's The Player Queen,

Words upon the Window-pane, and
Purgatory; J. M. Synge's Riders to the
Sea, and Shadow of the Glen; Lady
Gregory's Rising of the Moon; and Sean
O'Casey's Shadow of a Gunman.
All evening performances begin at
8:00 p.m. Thursday and Saturday mat-
inees begin at 3:15 p.m. Tickets for all
performances may be purchased at the
Lydia Mendelssohn box office, open
Monday through Saturday from 10 a.m.
to 5 p.m., on days of performance until
8 p.m.
Intercultural Outing at Saline Valley
Farms, Saturday. Leave Lane Hall at
10:00 a.m. an dreturn at 6:00 p.m. Swim-
ming, picnic and discussion. Phone
reservations to Lane Hall, 31511, ext.
2851.
Roger Williams Guild: Sat., July 14,
Work Party at Guild House at 1:30 p.m.
Swimming Party and food thereafter.
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