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lY, TUNT 28, 1956

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GARGOYLE ALUMNUS:
Scott to Visit Behind the Iron Curtain

By DONNA HANSON
Through the wide publicity ac-
credited to his Eastern European
Folk art exhibit in 1955, Lanece
H. Scott, '55, was invited to visit
Rumania, a Communist controlled
country.
At the time of the exhibit, Scott
was the art director of Gargoyle,
the campus humor magazine, and
T because of the favorable publicity
the exhibit received, the Ruman-
Ian Institute for Cultural Rela-
tions with Foreign Countries last
June offered Scott traveling ex-
penses and accommodations in
Rumania.
- Featured in the exhibit were
' ceramics, folk costumes, folk and
classical music on records and
books from Yugoslavia, Rumania,
Bulgaria, Hungary, Poland and
China.
Just Asked for Articles
Scott acquired his collection by
writing to various European art
centers. In exchange 'for their
products, he sent University stu-
dent publications and information
about University student life.
Although periodicals containing
European propaganda was also
k ent, Scott did not include them
his exhibition.
"fAt the time I was invited to
Rumania, the restrictions for
traveling in that country were
still strictly enforced, so by the
time my letters got to the State
Department, it was too late to go,"
Scott explained.
Leaves This Morning
Now that the traveling ban is
lifted, Scott leaves for his sojourn
to Rumania this morning.
Also included in his itinerary is
a side trip to Czechoslovakia as
guest of the Czechoslovian Union
of Students.
"While in Prague, I will visit the
University and attend concerts at
the Prague Mozart Festival," Scott
said."
Negro Artistic
Contributions,
In Exhibition
" An exhibition, "The American
Negro in the Arts," is currently on
l display on the main floor of the
General Library.
One feature of the Summer Ses-
sion program, "Patterns of Ameri-
can Culture: Contributions of the
Negro," the display, is devoted to
non-fiction, fiction, poetry, fine
arts, niusic, drama, biography and
periodicals.
Of special interest in the non-
fiction display in a book entitled
"The Interesting Narrative of the
Life of Olaudah Equmano or Gus-
tavus Vassa, the African." This
early narrative of slave life was
first published in 1789 and eight
editions appeared in five years.
Also featured in William John-
\ 40n's "Natchez," the ante-bellum
dairy of a free Negro.
DAILY
OFFICIAL
BULLETIN
(Continued from Page 2)
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SPECIAL NOTICE FOR REGISTRA-
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A meeting will be held on Mon., duly
2, at 3:00 p.m., in Room 231 Angell Hall,

for students who are interested in reg-
istering in either the Teaching or the
General Division of the Bureau of Ap-
pointments. All students who are in-
terested in having the Bureau assist
them in finding employment after lean-
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registration material will be given out
at the meeting. Men who are still fac-
ing military service are also encouraged
to register with the Bureau because em-
ployers are interested in talking to
them with an eye to employment after
service.

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Lazy Day
Campus town wkas just about
deserted yesterday afternoon.
In marked contrast to the regu-
lar school year, when most
shops are crowded with stu-
dents, stores were empty yester-
day.
There wasn't a single custo-
mer in four men's shops at
about 3 p.m. and even the book
stores, usually the scene of fev-
erish activity the first week of
school, were gong at a slow
pace.
COMPUTER:
May Alter
Industries
Electronic computers may some-
day eliminate most small indus-
tries and replace white collar
workers, a University computer ex-
pert believes.
Prof. John W. Carr III of the
mathematics department and for-
mer supervisor of the MIDAC
computer says that his field is
growing so fast and has such po-
tential that Americans should be-
gin to consider the drastic changes
that lie ahead.
"I have no doubt that electronic
computers are going to have a
greater impact upon society than
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Northland
Playhouse
ToBeill
Keefe Brasselle, star of the
.Eddie Cantor Story," will co-star
with Betsy von Furstenberg and
William Prince in the Broadway
comedy "The Tender Trap" at
suburban Detroit's Northland
Playhouse.
Scheduled for a week's run, the
play will open the season tomor-
row in the new 1500-seat tent
theatre at the Northland Shopping
Center.
Miss von Furstenberg co-starred
with Franchot Tone in "0. Men!
O. Women! and was featured in
the recent Broadway play, "The
Chalk Garden."
The new summer theatre will
feature such personalities as Basil
Rathbone, Eva Garbor, Edward
Everett Horton, Linda Darnell,
Ethel Waters and Zazu Pitts.
Staging a new show each week,

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In Rumania, Scott will make a
tour of the important cultural cen- , a f

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Sledd To Present
Talk an P~hnemivS

ters.
Takes Folk Song Collection
"L. H.," as he is familiarly
called by friends, is also taking
his Rumanian friends a collection
of tape recordings on which are
recorded American folk songs by
two Harvard students.
"Although I don't speak Ru-
manian, I'm hoping my Russian
and French will tide me over,"
Scott remarked.
Scott doesdspeak Czechoslovak-
ian.
While attending the University
here, Scott received his B.A. de-
gree in Russian studies and has
been attending Harvard Univer-
sity where he recently received his
M.A.'in Slavic languages and liter-
ature.
To Return Next Year
The ex-Garg art editor plans
on returning to Harvard 'next Sep-
temb er to complete his residence
requirement for his Ph.D.
"I have a strong interest in folk
art and folk music and I myself
am a painter and illustrator,"
Scott commented.
After he completes his school-j
ing, Scott intends to have a career
in teaching Slavistics in college.-
During his two month trip in
Europe, Scott plans on writing a
series of articles for a Boston
newspaper in addition to "taking
many pictures."
Noehren Plans
Organ .Concert
Robert Noehren, renowned Uni-
versity organist, will present a
public concert at 8:30 p.m. Sunday
in Hill Auditorium.
During the first half of the
program, Noehren will perform
"Concerto in D Minor" by Vivaldi
(arranged by Johann Sebastian
Bach) and "Fantasia and Fugue in
D Minor, Op. 135b" by Reger.
After the intermission, he will
play the following: "Chorale in A
Minor" by Franck; "Fugue on
Bach" by Schumann; Chorale-
Prelude, "Herzlich thut verlangen
ist" by Brahms; and "Symphonic
Meditation for Ascension" by Mes-
siaen.
The performance Is open to the
public free of charge.

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French-Spanish house at Baldwin the human to the organization for of the Linguistic Institute and the
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A British scientist who has been
a faculty member since 1949 has
been named director of England's
National Physical Laboratory.
Prof. Gordon B. B, M. Suther-
land of the physics department
and director of the Biophysics Re-
search Center will leave Ann Arbor
next month to head a 1,500 man
institution similar to this coun-
try's National Bureau of Stand-
ards. -
As director of the Laboratory,
he will succeed such eminent phy-
sicists as Sir Lawrence Bragg and
Sir Charles Darwin, grandson of
the famed evolution theorist. A
physicist from outside the field of
nuclear physics is traditionally se-
lected for this position.
Basic, Applied Research
Included in the Laboratory are
nine divisions and a test house. It
conducts basic and applied re-
search, and is responsible for
maintenance of primary stand-
ards.
Prof. Sutherland will be con-
cluding his work at the Univer-
sity this month and will return to
England j July, following a con-
ference on biophysics to be held
here.
Prof. David Dennison, chairman
of the physics department, said
that ". . . although we are very
sorry to lose Dr. Sutherland, we
are also most proud of the fact

that he has been chosen for this
important and distinguished as-
signment."
International Reputation
Prof. Sutherland has an inter-
national reputation in the field of
radiation and its use in determin-
ing the structures of many large
-and small molecules, including
hydrocarbons, diamonds and plas-
tics.k
As assistant director of research
in the Ministry of Supply during
World War II, he helped devise
ways in which delayed-actionI
enemy bombs could be made!
harmless.
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