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THE BOX SCORE
IN RETROSPECT
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Latest Deadline in the State
VOL. LXIV, No. 35S ANN ARBOR, MICHIGAN SATURDAY, AUGUST 7, 1954

CONTINUED FAIR
FOUR PAGES

Administrative
Positions Fill1ed
Four Faculty Members Approved;
Davis To Head International Center!
Six administrative appointments and four appointments to the

$458,144
Accepted
By Regents
Gif ts, Grants
Told Yesterday

Library Books
1. Students having in their
possession books borrowed from
the General Library or its
branches are notified that such
books are due Wednesday, Aug-
uist 11.
2. Students having special
need for certain books between
August 11 and August 13 may
retain such books for that per-
iod by renewing them at the
Charging Desk.

faculty were made yesterday by the Regents. Gifts and grants amounting to 3. The names of all students
Prof. JamesM. Davis, at present counselor for international ser- $458,143.78 were accepted by the who have not cleared their rec-
named as Regents of the University of Mich- ords at the Library by Friday,
vices at the University of Washington in Seattle, has been igaed antterAgs etn - uut1 ilb ett h
7igan at their August meeting Fri- August 13 will be sent to the
director of the International Center and assistant professor of edu-> day, President Harlan Hatcher an- Cashier's Office and their cred-
caion. At the University of Washington, he also has been executive nounced. its and grades will be with-
director of the Foundation for International Understanding through From the National Foundation held until such time as said
Students. for Infantile Paralysis, Inc., New records are cleared in compli-
He holds four degrees, including a BS from Ohio State Univer- York, the Regents accepted three ance with the regulations of the
sity, Bachelor of Divinity from Oberlin, MA and Doctor of Educa- grants totalling $137,098.77. The Regents.
tion from Columbia University. largest of these was for $100,000
He has served as a minister in for the Polio Vaccine EvaluationI
the First Congregational Church Fund. One of $36,098.77 is to cover
Employment and was an Army chaplain in In- the operation-of the Polio Respira- Okay Plat
dia, Burma and China, receiving tor Center at University Hospital
D rop Fails the Bronze Star with Oak Leaf for the second half of 1954. The
DropFails Cluster. third grant was for $1,000 and will FoT Dental
University Press Director provide a postdoctoral fellowship.I
T oDirector of the University Press The National Fund for Medical A d~
T o ccur will be Fred D. W ieck, the present Eduain n. e ok has iA t i t to t
editor -of the Newberry Library provided a grant of $41,530.50
Bulletin in Chicago. which the Regents accepted. It is:
WASHINGTON P-Administra- Born in Berlin, Germany, Wieck to be used for the support of the Authorization for the employ-
tion officials expressed encourage- has been editor of the Newberry instructional budget in the Medical ment of an architect to assist in
ment Friday at a report showing School.
an expected increase in unemploy- publication from 195152 and from Three grants totalling $33,500 the preparation of a preliminary
ment failed to develop in July. March 1, .1954 unil the present. were accepted from the National study for an addition to the Dental
Employment held steady during Dr. John M. Sheldon, professor Science Foundation, Washington, Building at the University was
the month, the report said. of medicine in the internal medi- D.Cn
temnhthreotsi.cine department, has been ap-DC given by the Regents at their Au-
Issued by the Commerce and pointed director of the Depart- Seven grants amounting to $26,- gust meeting.
Labor departments, the statistics me t of Postgraduate Medicine, 480 were accepted from the Mich-
mn ofPsgaut Mei ineer soito, eri.1TeRgnt aeteatoia
placed civilian employment at 62,- filling the vacancy left by Dr. igan Heart Association, Detroit. T President Harlan Hatcher an-
148,060 in July, or 50,000 more than From the American Cancer So- '
in May but 972,000 less than the Prof. Allan F. Smith of the Law -ciety, Inc., New York, the Regents unced, after studyig a d
record level reached in July a year School was amed as director of accepted two grants amounting to resentation from the School of
ago. There were about 21 million Legal Research, filling the post $22,484. ethat
more jobs in July than at last . From L. J. Montgomery, Battle ta
winter's low point of Prof. Lewis M. Simes who is Creek, Mich., the Regents accept- (1) Present facilities in the Den-
resigning the position in order to ed $20,000, to help deserving young tal Building need considerable re-
ULittlye CagedJuney.it devote all ofh tieto teachimedical students to further their habilitation and enlargement for
Unemployment changed verylit-! Mrs. Elizabeth Alsop Leslie, education. training the present enrollment of
tie, declining by 1,000 from June former administrative assistant in The Quaker Oats Company. Chi- dental students and dental hygien-
to 3,346,000 in July. This was far the Office of the 'Dean of Women, cago, has made a grant of $20,0001istsanddnsadetl yi-
less than President Eisenhower's replaces Mrs. Sarah Healy as as-: aot, has made a gr on$n,00Is

AEC Refuses'
To Step into
Atom Strike
Suggests Dispute
Go Before Panel
: WASHINGTON (A - The Atom-
ic Energy Commision Friday night
turned down a union request that
it intervene in a labor dispute
which has brought a strike threat
at key atomic and H-bomb mater-
ial plants. The AEC suggested,
however, that the wage dispute be
taken to a government panel.
The CIO Gas, Coke and Chemi-
cal Workers, whose 4,500 membersI
struck plants at Oak Ridge,Tenn.,
and Paducah, Ky. for four days:
in early July, have threatened a
new walkout at the same plants
on an unnamed date. The plants
produce the nation's entire. supply
of uranium material used in mak-
ing the super bombs.
Telegrams
Earlier Friday the union's pre-,
ident, Elwood Swisher, sent tele-
grams to President Eisenhower.:
asking his "personal intervention,"
and to Chairman Lewis L. StraussI
asking the AEC to get into the
labor controversy between the un-
ion and Carbide & Carbon Chemi-:
cals Corp., which operates the
plants for the AEC. Swisher ac-
cused Carbide of "selfish and ir-
responsible conduct."
AEC Chairman Strauss sent
Swisher a reply declining to inter-'
vene and saying the proper gov-
ernmental agency for any appeal
is President Eisenhower's Atom-1
Ic Energy Labor-Management Re-
lations Panel.
Cyrus S. Ching
The panel mentioned by Strauss
is headed by Cyrus S. Ching, for- 1
mer government mediation chief.

McCarthy Maintains

Charges Have Fallen
Cites Moss,
Parrish Case
~ As Example'
l Ta1ks Before TV,
Newsreel Group
WASHINGTON U-Sen. McCar-
thy (R-Wis) claimed Friday night
that some of the charges made
¢h by those who want the Senate to
, censure him have already "fallen
by the wayside."
v '"The Annie Lee Moss charge
has fallen. The Parrish charge has
.1fallen," he said in a brief talk be-
fore television and newsreel cam-
eras.
These c h a r g e s were made
against the Wisconsin senator by
Senators Flanders (R-Vt) and Ful-
bright (D-Ark) and were among
the 46, some overlapping, which
have been referred to a special
Senate committee for considera-
tiovenly,U nprofeissional"
Flanders accused McCarthy of
"conducting his committee in such
.-a slovenly and unprofessional way
that cases of mistaken identity
-Daily-Marj crozier have resulted in grievous hardship
FORGOTTEN CRANE BEHIND LOCAL HOTEL or have made his committee, and
thereby the Senate, appear ridicu-
lous. Examples: Annie Lee Moss;
ant O ed raneM k s Lawrence W. Parrish, subpoenaed
and brought to Washington instead
of Lawrence T. Parrish."
)blem In Hotel Yard Lawrence W. Parri sh.who
woirks in the Bethlehem Steel Co.

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chief economic adviser, Dr. Ar-
thur Burns, had feared might hap-
pen. He had said seasonal expan-
sion of the potential work force
might drive the July jobless total
beyond four million.
When a school or college student
starts looking for a job in the sun
r mer he becomes part of the poten-
tial work force and is classed as
unemployed until he finds work.;
However, if he does not seek work,
he is not classed as unemployed.
Student Jobs
Officials said one factor stabiliz-
ig the situation is that fewer stu-
dents apparently sought jobs this
summer. The generally tighter la-
bor market is one reason advanced
why many teen-agers might have,
decided against seeking work.
Others delayed looking for jobs un-
til July.
The Census Bureau estimated
nonfarm employment at 54,661,000,
up 191,000 from June, and agricul-
tural employment at 7,486,000,
down 142,000 from June. The Bu-
reau said nonfarm employment
usually increases more than that
in July, and farm employment de-
clined more.
The Labor Department, however
counted a 289,000 decline in non-
farm workers compared with the
Census Bureau's estimated 191,000
increase. It was explained that the
Labor Department counts only:
workers actually drawing pay,
while the Census Bureau counts
those having a job but not at work
for some reason such as vacation
shutdowns, temporary layoffs or;
strikes.
CUr~l~Iic Add1.-.
E
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sistant dean of women.
Dr. Robert Gibson Lovell, pro-
fessor of internal medicine, will
have the additional post of sec-
retary of the Medical School.
Faculty Appointments
One professor, one associate
professor, one assistant professor'
and one visiting assistant profes-
sor were named by the Regents.
Prof. John Stephenson McNown,
a member of the State University
faculty of Iowa since 1943, was
appointed professor of engineering
mechanics.
Prof. McNown holds four de-
grees and was a Fulbright research
scholar at Grenoble, France, inf
1950-51.

p1± VL4 yb 0 gtsy4
research fund.
The Dow Chemical Company,
Midland, Mich., has given $12,500
t) continue a grant in the Depart-
ment of Pharmacology under the
direction of Dr. Maurice Seevers.
From an anonymous donor, the
Regents accepted $12,500 for the
W. J. Research Fund in Obstetrics
and Gynecology. The fund will be
under the supervision of Dr. Nor-
man F. Miller.
Two grants totalling $12,372 were
accepted from the United Cerebral
Palsy Association, Inc., New York
The National Sanitation Founda-
tion Testing Laboratory, Inc., Ann
Arbor, has given $10,500 for the
I Studies in Sanitary Practices fund.

(2) That' the annual number of
dentists and hygienists now being
graduated will prove insufficient
to meet the needs of the State of
Michigan in the future. This will
be due to the growing demand for

This same panel some time ago
recommended a six-cent hourly
raise foi the workers whose pay
rates now range from $1.58 to 2.40
an hour.
The CIO union and an AFL

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What can you do with an aban-
doned crane?

dental services and the rapidly Hunion group representing another William Mackie, manager of a
growing population in the state. 4,500 workers at two other Oak South Thayer hotel, says the only
Ridge atomic plants have rejected thing he knew to do with the one
360 Students the 6-cent proposal as inadequate. behind his hotel was to "keep it
The School of Dentistry's pre- The AF of L group has not struck around for odd jobs."
sentation as made under the signa- nor is it threatening a walkout. ' The crane was first used back
ture of Dean Paul H. Jeserich The unions have been asking for in 1946 to build his hotel he ex-
pointed out that the present en-a a 15-cent pay boost.
, rollment is approximately 360 un- Swisher complained in a state- plained. After the work was com-
dergraduate dental students and ment that company was stick- pleted and workmen tried to take
75 dental hygienists. Each year ing fast to the six-cent recommen- the crane out of the back yard
97 freshmen dental students and dation and refusing to discuss any they found that the only exit was
39 dental hygienists begin their higher raise. too small.
training. Eisenhower invoked the Taft- No one was able to figure a way

is standing on ground strewn with
left shoes, milk bottles, empty
cans of false teeth cleaner, and an
old Band poster
Macie said that finally he has
been able to order parts and ex-
pects that the big machine will
be moved this fall.
Five-Man
Seaway Board
Picked by Ike

shivarbzatO,,v~'y ~ias
011 'a '.. a'.x.64 + U11tJ , *IUS0, vy 0
excused with an apology when he
appeared before McCarthy's inves-
tigations subcommittee July 19
during a probe of alleged Commu-
nist infiltration of defense plants.
But he was recalled Friday and
at a closed session, McCarthy re-
ported, refused to answer some
questions about communism on'
the grounds he migpt incriminate
himself. Parrish confirmed that he
had invoked the Fifth Amendment
when he left the hearing room.
Regarding Annie Lee Moss, Ful-
bright has charged that McCarthy
"strongly implied in public hear-
ings of his own subcommittee that
Annie Lee Moss, an employe of
the Pentagon 'was known to be a
member of the Communistpart
and that if she testified she would
perjure herself'-before he had
given her a chance to testify."
Mistaken Identity
Mrs. Moss swore that she had
never 'been a Communist. After she
testified that there were other An-
nie Lee Mosses in Washington, and

Prof. Samuel Richard Hepworth Role of Family The dental school faculty feels
has been name dto the business From the Grant Foundation,Inc. the enrollment should be increased
administration school faculty. An New York, the Regents accepted 1
instructor in accounting at the $9,000 for the support of a project entering hygienistsudents a
University from 1949 to 1952. Prof. on The Role of the Family inn bring the total enrollment to 575
Hepworth has been a member of Education for Social Relations." undergraduate dental students and
the University of California fac- The study to be conducted in thd d1hygenists.
ulty since that time. 1 Institute for Social Research will

Hartley law's emergency proce-1
dures during the prior strike, so
the government is now in a posi-
tion to apply at any time for an
80-day court injunction to head off
a new walkout.
Leonard 'To
Pay Ike Visit

to get it out at that time so it
just sat there. A year or so later

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Macie said he used it to dig a d
well for the hotel's air-conditi
ing system.
While the machine sat patien
int he back yard vandals st
some of its parts, including all
spark plugs. At present the crE
France Plans

eep

Replacing Prof. James Ferrell,
chairman of the Slavic languages
department who will be on leave,
is Prof. William B. Edgerton. As-
sistant professor of Russian at
Pennsylvania State University,
Prof. Edgerton will be a visiting
professor for the academic year of
1954-55.
Dr. Leonard Franklin Bender
was appointed an assistant pro-
fessor of physical medicine and re-
habilitation in the Medical School,
beginning on or about Nov. 1 (fol-
lowing his release from active ser-
vice in the U. S. Navy) until June
30, 1955.
Committee Appointments '
Ten appointments to commit-

seek to find out how the family
prepares the individual child for
adjustment to other groups.
The John and Mary R. Markle
Foundation, New York, has given
$6,000 for the foundation's scholar-
ship in medical science for 1954-55.
The Regents accepted $5,6001
tute for Cancer Research, New'
York, for research under the di-4
rection of Dr. Robert C. Elder-1
field of the Department of Chem-I
istry. The project- will involve
synthesis and isolation of candi-
date hypotensive agents.
From the Life Insurance Medi-
cal Research Fund,Hartford,Conn.,
the Regents accepted $5,500 for
the Life Insurance Medical Re-
search Fund.
Other Grants
Othe' gifts and grants of $100
or more were:
From the James Foundation of
New York, Inc., $5,000 for the Lake
Angelus Special Fund. This will
be used to purchase and construct;
spectrographic equipment for the
McMath-Hulbert Observatory.
From Clifford E. Paine, Fenn-r
ville, Mich., $5,000 for the Morti-
mer E. Cooley Foundation of En-
gineering Endowment.
From the John Harper Seeley
Foundation, Ann Arbor, $5,000for
the John Harper Seeley Fellow-
ship in Surgeiy Fund. This is used
to help needy and deserving med-

Michigan was cited as already
having a relatively poor ratio of
dentists to population as com-
pared to other states in the Mid-
west. The Michigan figure was, one

on-. WASHINGTON (,Pi - President
Eisenhower Friday nominated a;
qtly five member board to serve as'
tole advisors to the St. Lawrence Sea-
the way Development Corp.
The corporation was set up re-'
cently after Congress passed legis-1
lation authorizing U. S. participa-
tion with Canada in construction

1+U.Isf t ItUio I tees were also approved by the.j
C Regents. On the Faculty Planning
Contract GivenlCommittee, Dean Burton D. Thu-
ma of the Literary college and
Authority for the borrowing of Prof. Burton L. Baker of the an-
$2,200,000 to construct an addition atomy department were named
to Couzens Hall and remodel parts to three-year terms.
of the present building and theI Prof. Solomon J. Axelrod, Asso-
awarding of three contracts for ciate Director of the Bureau of
work on the addition was grant- Public Health Economics, was ap-
ed by the Regents at their meet- pointed to a four-year term on
ing. the Executive Ccmmittee of the
President Harlan Hatcher said; School of Public' Health.
that $2,200,000 in University of Prof. Ronald Freedman, of the
Michigan Dormitory R e v e n u e sociology department, was ap-
Bonds would be issued and sold to pointed for a four-year term on
the National Bank of Detroit and the Executive Committee of the
the Mutual Benefit Life Insur- Statistical Research Laboratory.
ance Company. The bond will be Dean Walter V. Marchall of the
secured by net operating income College of Architecture and De-
from Couzens Hall, a residence sign was appointed to succeed
hall for women students. himself for a three year term on
The Regents also gave approval the Committee on University!
to a contract of $599,000 for the Scholarships.
construction of the medical li- Prof. Frank X. Braun will also!
brary unit which will be attached succeed himself for a three year'
to the Kresge Medical Research term on the Board of Governors
Building. The library will be built of Residence Halls. On the Execu-#
with a $600,000 gift from the S. tive Committee of the literary col-
S. Kresge Foundation. lege, Prof. Kenneth L. Jones,

dentist to 1,957 population. Other WASHINGTON (R) - A group of !of the seaway. an undercover informant aiding
Midwest ratios were: Minnesota, ' Michigan Republicans, including ED C D ebate he advisory board's job is to the subcommittee was unable to
1,328: Illinois, 1,446; Iowa, 1,615; Donald S. Leonard, nominee fori review the general policies of the identify her, some members said
Wisconsin, 1,425; Ohio, 1,937; and governor, discussed campaign tac- development corporation with re-it looked like a case of mistaken
Indiana, 2,048. tics in several meetings Friday PARIS -The National Assem spect to design and construction ofdentity.
The faculty of the dental school and will visit President Eisen- bly agreed reluctantly Friday to the seaway and rules and regula-i Mrs. Moss had been suspended
feels that the State of Michigan hower at the White House Satur- pull the European Defense Com- tions for vessels which will use from her civilian job with the
will face a serious dental shortage day morning. munity treaty out of the pigeon the waterway Army, then restored to a less sen-
by approximately 1970 unless some Sen. Ferguson, who was unop- holes where it has been languish- sitive post after the hearing.
method of obtaining an increased posed in last Tuesday's Republican ing for more than two years and The President asked the Senate But last Wednesday she was
numberteAg.2 o atfca oconfirm a emesof the ad-I
number of dental graduates can primary in his bid for a third start debate Aug. 24 on ratifica- bto o as membes suspended again on the basis of
be provided.I term, was host at breakfast and tion. visory board: what the Army called "new infor-
luncheon meetings and said har- Although several French govern- John C. Beukema, Muskegon, mation." This apparently was
The Regents were informed that mony prevailed. ; ments have talked about bringing Mich.; Henry C. Brockel of Mil- what McCarthy was referring to
the administration of the School; _the project to permit West Ger- waukee, Wis., Edward J. Noble of when he said "the Annie Lee Moss
of Dentistry believes the best way D man rearmament in a six-nation Greenwich, Conn.; Kenneth M. charge has fallen."
to avert such a shortage would D i1 )Bll army up for approval, this is the Lloyd of Youngstown, Ohio and Mrs. Moss' attorney says the
be to increase the enrollment of ' 'first time a date has been set; Hugh Moore of Easton, Pa. only new information against her
dental students at the University All subscriptions and adver- is an accusation that she was is-
of Michigan. Such a move would tisements in The Daily must be sued membership card No. 37,269
help the present situation under paid today at the Student Pub- I Ifin the Communist party in 1943.
which applications are received; lications Bldg. E I/ orn dGIaA S I The attorney said he was convinc-.
whc frompic 0250 to500rMchi- iStudentsBi who do not TOr d ew s R oundup eadhnma
each year fo 5 o50Mci tdnswod o pay ! ed his client knew nothing of any'
gan residents while only 97 fresh- these bills will not receive __such card.
men dental students can be ac- credit for this semester's work. ' Peress Case
cepted. ( By The Associated Press McCarthy also said Friday he
STE. AGATHE, Que.-Emile Dionne, one of the famous quintup- has discovered that 30 Army offi-
lets, diedFriday at a Roman Catholic hostel near this resort center cers had "active" roles in giving an
R egents A ccept R arfein the Laurentian Hills, honorable discharge to Maj. Irving
She was described as a victim of epilepsy since she was 3. The Peress, adding, "I'll be interested
girl who celebrated her 20th birthday with her four sisters May 28 to see why so many high field
officers took part inyconsideato
Books, Records Gift suffered three strokes prior to her death.''
Gifs-i thfom-o a areTwo occurred Thursday night and the third-the fatal one-- Peress is a New York dentist
while she lay in her bed Friday morning at the hospital operated for who refused to say whether he ever
book, recoids of a railroad, and ue through 1952. The gift was old folks by the Oblate Sisters of Mary Immaculate. had any subversive connections
equipment for use at one of the made by George H. Crane of Pon- Thursday she was seen by residents of the hostel neighborhood, when called before McCarthy's
University's camps and in a re- tiac, president of the A. and K. two miles from Ste. Agathe, strolling normally about the institution's Senate Investigations subcommittee
search laboratory were accepted Equipment for use in the study grounds at Lac Brule. She wore the dark habit of the Oblate order,' last year.
by the Regents yesterday. of the initial aspects of continu- * McCarthy has called on the Army
The ra'e book was a gift from ous fermentation was accepted LONDON-Moscow radio announced Friday night that the Soviet repeatedly to say who Was respon-
His Imperial Majesty Haile Selas- from Parke, Davis and Company, Union has turned over to the East German Communist government sible for what he described as "the
sie I. emperor of Ethiopia. It is a Detroit. The equipment consists of' promotion and honorable discharge
manuscript copy of the "Four Gos- two stainless steel tanks, each of full control over its political, economic and cultural life, of this Fifth Amendment Commu-
iThe 10 gallons capacity two sets of Last March 25 the Soviets declared their recognition of the East: nist

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ical students.
Inc., Detroit, two grants totalling
$4,520 as follows: $2,400 for the1
Consultation Service Fund and E
$2,120 for antigen research by Dr.t
Reuben L. Kahn.
Fromt he Michigan Departmentk
of Mental Health, Lansing, $4,000
for research on ACTH.l
From Playtex Park Research
Institute, Dover, Delaware, $4,200'
for the Urinary Excretion of Car-x
bohydrate Intermediates in Infan-1

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chairman of the botany depart-

book dates back to the 16th cen- stainless steel baffles, two air fil-

German satellite regime as "fully sovereign." The Russians retained

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