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PAGE FOUR

THE SII ACHIGAN DAikV

WEDNESDAY, AU6Uti1' 11, 1954

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||. ..'flT~ . - -I - ---- '''''W E

WUOM-FM Power Increase
Scheduled for Octoberj

U.S., Japan State Dems Plan Campaign
Set Lawyer Strategy at Lansing Meet

Plans to double the power out-
put of its educational radio station ity's "Ra d io Classroom"
WUOM were announced by the grams, a group of 12 educati
University yesterday. series broadcast for rural sch
The University has filed an ap- throughout southeastern Michi
plication with the Fegeral Com- The station has won seven aw
,munications Commission to instali in the past for the series' e
a special antenna which will.boost lence.
the FM station's power to 90,000 Adult audiences also will be
watts from its present 44,000 watts. efited in an area encompas
If FCC approval is obtained, Detroit, Toledo, Adrian, Kala
Waldo Abbot, U-M director of zoo, Lansing and Bay City. Wt
broadcasting,estimates the change- provides concert and clas
over can-be made by October 1, music broadcasts and othera
"in time for our heavy fall sched- aimed programs throughout
ule of broadcasts for rural schools." evening hours. All major Unive
The station, a network member ahtletic events also are inch
of the National Association of Edu- in WUOM programs.
cational Broadcasters, provides "The new antenna," Abbot
educational programs for children "will increase the WUOM r
and for adults. and vastly improve the qualit
The change is intended to broad- reception in the present fr
en the coverage of the Univer- area."
Station engineers recently<
pleted a survey of WUOM's sib
* N edT 1 S strength throughout southeas
Michigan and northern Ohio.7
found the station's coverage
below expectations and the trc
Proiii 1i1Lionhas since been traced to a d
tive antenna.
d eThe antenna now in use
C andidates erected on a 400-fottoweo
Peach Mountain south of - P
ney in 1947. In recent years n
LANSING (4P) -The Michigan tenance has been hindered bec
Prohibition Party nominated a parts no longer are being im
slate of candidates for the No- factured and replacements]
vember election and called for had to be custom made.
abolishment of the State Board Work will get under way t
of Alcoholism at its annual con- place the existing antenna as
vention yesterday. as FCC approval is rece
A unanimously approved reso- JerryJ. Swantik,chief mai
lution declared that the State ance engineer, estimates t
Board of Alcoholism refused to weeks will be needed to mak
recognize clearly the physical, change-over. Loss of air time
moral and spiritual evils of drink- be avoided, however, by moui
ing and charged that the approach the new antenna before the old
of the board was one of "moder- is disconnected, he indicated.
ation and subsequent treatment."
Use Funds for Uducation
The drys asked that the state- ( d a Asks

pro-
onal
ools,
gan.
ards
xcel-
ben-
sing
UOM
>sical
adult .
the .
rsity
uded
said,,
.ange
ty of
fy of EVEN THE MICHIGAN UNIOI
STUDENTS AS A STI
com- -
gnal-
stern 'SEE THE SHOW:
They
w as B i r o
lefec-tl x
was DETROIT u - "F r o n t-p a g e
ron
rnck- Blackie," the talking Mynah bird,
main- called a news conference Tuesday
ause to annouce his new job-'"barker"
nanu- at the Belle Isle children's zoo.
have The yakkity Blackie takes over
from a sullen old king vulture who
o re- used to glower from his perch at.I
soon the entrance gate.y
ine- Two months ago Blackie earnedI
nten- his front-page tag when he was
three-
: the kidnapped for one day. But he
w refused to give newsmen even one
will syllable of his 50-word vocabulary}
i one to explain the disappearance.
Avoids Explanation
Instead he tried to throw them
off by changing the subject, say-!
ing:

-Daily-Marj Crozier
N COFFEE ROOM WITH ITS NOISE ATTRACTS DESPERATE
'UDY HALL IN THESE LAST DAYS BEFORE FINALS

Exchantge
The University has been named'
as one of three United States
schools to take part in a six-year
program of cooperation between
law faculties of leading Japanese
and American universities.
The program is designed to fos-
ter a better understanding of the
important elements of law notI
common to both nations' legal
systems and to create in the, par-
ticipating schools centers of in-
terest in the law of the other
country.
The arrangement has been made
possible by a grant from the Ford
Foundation to the Institute of In-
ternational Education, New York,
City. In addition to the University
Law School, those of Harvard and!
Stanford Universities will take
part.
Six Japanese law faculties are,
cooperating: the national univer-
sities of Kyoto, Tohoku and Tokyo:
and the private universities of
Chuo,: Keio and Waseda. In addi-
tion, the Judicial Research and
Training Institute, maintained by
the Japanese Supreme Court for
post-graduate law training, has
been invited to join.
Under the program, eight Japan-
ese teachers will spend two years
of research and advanced study
at the American institutions,

LANS~ING(3 lA -U o: rat.c lead-
ers agreed on details fr a st
wide, all-coumty election campaign
this fall at a closed meeting at
Gov. Williams' home yesterday.
The campaign, they said. will be
aimed at sending one or more of
the Democratic party's seven state
Dremocrats
Meet todRy
State lielc gate
To Bie C ho sen

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candidates into every city, county
and township in Michigan.
St ehler Present
Neil Staebler, Democratic state
chairman, said the conference did
not touch on nominations to be
iade at the party's state con-
vent ion in Grand Rapids Saturday.
'- decisions, lie said, will not
be made tuntil after an open cau-
cus Friay night at the Pantlind
Hotel at which candidates will
have a chance to show their wares.
The conferees discussed organ-
ization, finances, speaking sched-
ules and issues.
Patrick V. McNamara. nominee
of the U.S. Senate, attended his
first big huddle of party leaders
since the primary.

Washtenaw County's Democrat- Williams said afterwards "we
ic party convention is being held had a very satisfactory discussion
in the Masonic Temple here today.of campaign issues and how best
to bring them to the people. Pat

Tkes Over 'r' ob
stride-breaking whistle at the sight zoo by Mrs. C. G. Munn, of Jack-
of a passing group of shorts-clad son. Blackie keeps mum about his
misses. kidnapping in June but the exper-
But questions about his age ience must have been harsh.
brought only a locked beak and Despite the great publicity,Blackie
a cold stare. was off his feed for two days.
His trainer, Ralph Darby, filled He's back on now. though. As
in. Blackie is about three, a native he says: "Come here. Look.
of India and was donated to the Pretty boy."

One-hundred eighty-three dele-
gates, elected at last week's pri-
mary election, will attend the all
day meeting. Delegates to the
State Democratic convention to be1
held in Grand Rapids this week-
end will be chosen today. Nine-3

McNamara and I have very much
the same views of the issues and
we are working out the organiza-
tion for a thoroughly integrated
campaign."
McNamara Comments
McNamara said "events of the

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teen will be named to represent past few days and these thoroughly
the county at the State meet, constructive meetings with party
Keynote speaker for the meeting leaders mean, in my opinion, that
will be Joseph G. Rashid, chief the Democratic partybhas served
trial lawyer for the Wayne county notice on the Republicans that'
prosecutor's office. Rashid is a they had better run for cover in
law instructor at the University November.
of Detroit and a candidate fo It becomes more apparent daily
state office to be filled at the that the Democratic party is ded-
State conieto bhicated to a complete victory this

________________________________________________________fall. The Republicans have
At the State meeting, party's n ce the rent tey too
candidates for State attorney gen- that the re nt hly toh
AI Y FFICIAL ULL EjLTINeral, auditor genera, secretay of financiers and theocorpo
state and treasurer will be named. The people of Michigan no
The party platform will also be that their party is the Dem
designed at the meeting. Party."
Cntinued fron Page 2) Thursday. August 12. 613 Haven Hal, Kelsey Museum of Archaeology. Egyp- University student Dorothy My- Staebler said all campa
at 1:30 p.m. Chairman, Ronald Freed- tian Antiquities-a loan exhibit fromers will be among the grOup at- eratiOns would be cOnduc
register prior to graduation. We do re. man. the Metropolitan Museum of art, ew tending the meeting at Grand of the party's campaign
ceive calls from employers continually, ---Rapd_ quarters in Detroit.
and we can only be of service to those Doctoral Examination for Leonard N. __ -Rapids.t1rquartersin Tetr-it-
who are registered with us. Contact the, Binn, Bacteriology: thesis. An Investi- Michigan Historical Collections. The
Bureau of Appointments, 3:128 Admtin- gation of the Effect of Antibactersiaxl University In 1904.
istration Building, Serum on the Adsorption of Bacteria- Museum of Art. Museum Collections. GP Candi atiin e
-phage," 'rhursday, August 2, 1566 hast -.0 '.____a
CHANGE OF ADDRESS Medical Bldg., at 1:30 p.m. Chairman,
s W. S, Preston. Events o. dLANSING --Aud.
7iAugust.:,graduates 'ho are reg'istered w .rrstn"Le ts t d ay LNIG(P-u. Gen. John -

sshown,
k office,
he giant
Drations.
w know
mocratic
ign op-
ted out
head- *

supported agency be abolished and "Hello, boy. Whatcha know?See
that its funds be used for a pro- mHel o.
gram of alcohol education in the 17ie;.eaoatth show."
schools. Blackie's talent is quite extensI
E. Harold Munn, professor of IO r c i ive. He can even imitate a wolf.'
E Hrod Mnn prfesorofFor Truckin " He proved it by cutting loose a
education at Hillsdale College, was _Hprv . by
the party's nominee for governor.
Other nominees were: lieuten- LANSING (A) - Requests that -j)[ a
tant governor, Harold Lindall, Iron Michigan drop its new fees on ioover S ono
Rier; U.S. Senator Leroy M. Canadian trucks were made to,
Howell, Spring Arbor; secretary of the State Reciprocity Board yes- O ffer
state, Mrs. Gladys T. Davis, Dex- terday by representatives of Man-
ter; auditor general, William J. itoba and Alberta.
Persons, gaazoo; treasurer, The board deferred making any WASHINGTON { '?-Herbert Hoo-
P erso n s, ,aa a o - tr a e ,
Rollin Severance, Saginaw. recommendation until a meeting ver Jr., son of the former presi-
of Canadian provincial represen- dent, is reported to have turned
There was no nominee for at- tatives in Winnipeg next month. down an opportunity to become un-
of Hillsdale, wh. was slated to be I A delegation of 15 provincial and I dersecretary of state.
the candidate withdrew because trucking industry representatives Informed sources said Repubh-
o from Manitoba and Alberta asked can leaders are urging the 51-year-
of ill health. i that their trucks be exempted old California petroleum engineer
econention wasadjone dfrom the $7 fee imposed on Cana- to change his mind and accept
The convention was adjourned, tajto .
until Friday afternoon at Hillsdale. dian trucks last July I.g the post as top assistant to Secre-
The new fee was designed to tary' Dulles.
It was explained that the nomi- match a $7 fee charged Michigan Gen. Walter Bedell Smith, now
nees for lieutenant governor and trucks crossing Ontario for some undersecretary, is scheduled to re-
treasurer had not yet accepted sign his post this fall and accept
and that the posting of the slate 1years. isg i otti aladacp
awaied that fosigty. s Manitoba and Alberta make no a job in private industry. Presi-
awaited that formality. similar charge, but the Michigan dent Eisenhower and Dulles were
Rlutis taro h I law forces them as well as Ontario reported as eager to have Hoover
1-Declared that one thirtieth ; trucks to pay it. take the job, mainly because they
of the national debt and 40 per The Canadian spokesmen said were impressed with his work in
cent of traffic deaths could be at- that about 50 per cent of the helping solve the Iranian oil crisis
tributed to liquor, which was trucks they send to eastern Cana- when he was Dulles' special as-
termed the outstanding enemy to i da go through Michigan. Alberta ; sistant.
health, safety, prosperity and spir- men said theirtruckers leave more Informants said Hoover turned
itual and social welfare. than $700,000 a year in Michigan. down the original offer, made sev-
2--Opposed the advertising of The Reciprocity Board, which is eral months ago, because he does
liquor on radio and television and headed by Highway Commissioner not particularly like Washington
in the newspapers and termed it j Charles M. Ziegler, was told that life,
a serious menace to the morals representatives of the Canadian -
and standards of youth. provinces wiii discuss reciprocity 3* ^, m I
3-Called for heads of the vari- on highway charges at the Winni- 1k IdilO .it ld I
ous educational institutions in peg meeting. Marjorie Kingland, pianist, will
Michigan to discontinue the use The board told the Manitoba and present a concert at 8:30 p.m.
of speakers representing the liquor Alberta representatives that. if tonight in Rackham Assembly
interests at banquets and social Ontario could be persuaded to Hall, in 'partial fulfillment of the
gatherings. grant reciprocity to Michigan requirements for the degree of
4-Called for the churches to trucks, the Michigan Legislature Master of Music of the University
"more seriously and aggressively"; would agree. School of Music.
attack the problem of the liquor Under reciprocity, Ontario would The program will include Bach's
traffic. ; not charge Michigan trucks if On- "Suite II in A minor," Beethoven's
5-Called for the women voters tario trucks were not charged in I "Sonata in C miajor, Op. 53,"
to back the Prohibition Party "as Michigan. This reciprocity would Brahms' "Three Intermezzi, Op.
the only one whose candidates are permit Michigan to forgive the fee 117" and Chopin's "Fantaisie in
for righteousness and sobriety." on Manitoba and Alberta trucks. 'F minor. Op. 49."

+~. *..

with the Bureau of Appointments are
requested to notify us if you have al- Doctoral Examination for Edwin Wal-
ready accepted a position; if not, to ter Dennison. Astronomy; thesis: Iso-
advise when you will be leaving Ant i1 photometry of Extragalactic Nebulae."
Arbor and where you will be. If not Friday. August 13, Observatory, at 10:00
informed otherwise, the Bureau as- a.m. Chairman, O. C, Mohler.
! sumes you are at your permanent ad-
dress after the close of the Summer Doctoral Examination for John Steil-
Session. It is necessary that we know ger Caylor, Social Psychology; thesis:j
of your plans so that we may correctly "Stimulus Ambiguity as a Factor in
inform employers, and notify \ you Conformity," Friday, August 13, 6625;
promptly of openings. Call the Bureau Haven Hall, at 10:00 a.m. Chairman,

of Appointments. 3528 Administration j
Bldg., Ext. 371 or 489.
Academic Notices

E. L. NWalker.

Hillel students are invited to meet B. Martin of Grand Rapids yester- can governor'of ichigan to work
Dr. Simon Herman, Director of the day announced he would be a can. with the Republican Legislature
Centre for Group Dynamics. Depart- didate for renomination at the Re- for the good of the whole state.
ment of Social Sciences, Hebrew Uni- b s oAWith this object i mmd, I
versity, Jerusalem, Wed., Aug. 11, 8:30 1 publican state convention Aug. 21. 'ihti beti id
p.m. Social Hall, Beth Izsrael Communi- The announcement ended re- shall ask the delegates at the
ity Center, when he will discuss "Is- . portsomhgtsMertin wasnambntio-
rael Faces the Future." cports that Mai was ambitious tion for renomination as auditor
to try for nomination as secretary general. It is my hope that this
will contribute both to party unity
{1"The main job ahead," Martin and to the election of Don Leon-
The International Tea, sponsored y said, "is the election of a Republi- ard as governor.
the International Center and the In-
ternational Student Association, will
be held in the Madelon Pound House,, DY AND T
1024 Hill Street, Thursday, August 12,
at 4:30 until 6 o'clock. CLASSES FORMING.
Uses ABC's.
THURSDAY, AUGUST I?
FINAL EXAMINATIONS BEGIN. EEKS
sabath services at Hillel Foundation
on Friday at 8 p.m. All students are TYPING OPTIONAL
welcome, O

Doctoral Examination for Ariel Ad-
rean Roth, Zoology; thesis: "Gamet.o-
genesis in the Final Generation of
SUhi tnmat 12m dmithitti(Cort. 1914)

Doctol xaiasion for She Price, 1931 (Trematoda: Schistosomati-
Eu ene Nelson, Psychology; the sis: dae)", Thursday, August 12, 2089 Na-}
"Pn VhosexuPeconflitsdnedaDefensesttral Science Bldg., at 10:00 a.m. Chair-r
ust 11, '711 Haven Hal, at 9:00 a m. man, A. E. Woodhead.
Chairman, G. A. Blumt.
-a_,.. u Doctoral Examination for William Lee
Doctoral Examination for Harold Ste- lays, Psychology; thesis: "An Exten-
pien Housman, Psychology; thesis: sion of the Unfolding Technique to r-
"A 1sychological Study of Menstrua- Dimensions,"aFriday, August 13. 6625
ion," Wednesday. August 11, 7611 Hay- ; Haven Hall at 2:00 p.m. Chairman, C.
en Hllat :00 p.m. Chairmnan, G. S. H. Coomtbs.
el Halan. :0

Acacia Fraternity National Conclave,
August 16-28.
Accountants' Training Program, Aug-
List 16-28.

Over 400 Schools in U.S. will assist you in review or placement.
ENROLL TODAY IN SEPTEMBER CLASS.
H A ILTN USI ESS COLLEGE

Doctoral Examination tor Walter JFelt, L )II ,162 F ounded 1915 Fhone NO8-7831 State and William Sts.
U.S. Geological Survey, August 16-8
Mathematics; thesis: "Topics in the Student Recital: Marjorie Kingland.
Theory of Group Characters," Wednes- student of piano with John Kollen, 1Institute on Improving the Method of
day, August; 11, East Counc'il Room, will present a program at 8:30 Wednes- Judicial Selection- in Michigan, Aug-
PFackhamn Bldg., at 3:00 p.m., Chairman, day evening, August 11, in the Rack- lis 20. *R a a (,
R. M. Thrall. ! ham Assembly Hall, in partial fulfill- I- -
ment of the requirements f:or the Mas- I ; 3 4 a";: <:; S: ;::L:i*:?
Doctoral Examination for Louise Mor- ter of Music degree. It will coter works
rison Winter, Psychology: thesis: "De- by Bach, Beethoven, Brahms, and Cho-
velopment of a Scoring System for the pin, and will be open to the public.
Children's Form of the Blacky Pic-
tures," Wednesday. August 11, 7611 Ha-
ven Hall, at 3:00 p.m. Chairman, G. s. Carillon Recital: The final program
BMum. in the summer series of carillon recitals
will be heard at 7:15 Thursday evening,
Doctoral Examination for Justin Le- August 12, when Professor Percival
on Weiss, Psychology; thesis: 'An Ex- Price plays a program of folk songs
perimental Study of the Psychodyna- which he has arranged-forthe carillon.
-.. - -- - -- ..IIt will open with three Irish folk r:

7611 Haven Hall, at 9:00 am. Chairman, Isongs: The Harp That Once Thro' Ta-
G. S. BlutS. ra's Halls, Fisher's Hornpipe, and Be-
lieve Me. if All Those Endearing Young
I~oloal xainaio fo Gorg ~ilCharms. The programn will continue
octoral Examination for George Wil- rr rptc n trent e
lard For'd, Physics: thesis: "On the The- wt he atcadtreBla
or o Linear rphs: with App Ifolk songs, closing with three American,
tions to the Theory of Condensation," Land of Rest, The New Year Jubilee,
Thursday, August 12, 2038 RandallLab., and Old Folks at Home.
at 10:00 a.m. Chairman, G. E. Uhien-
becl.

Doctoral Examination for Lois Ver-
Veer Pratt, Sociology; thesis: "The Re-
lationship of Non-Familial Activity of
Wives to Some Aspects of Family Life."

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