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February 22, 1959 (vol. 69, iss. 100) • Page Image 1

…FACE FACTS OF SPACE RACE fee Page 4 l AkI Sixty-Eight Years of Editorial Freedom ~UIIA1 - FAIR, COOL VOL. LXIX, No. 100 ANN ARBOR, MICHIGAN, SUNDAY, FEBRUARY 22, 1959 FIVE CENTS EIGHT PA i Prime Minister Asks Nations To Help Redue Danger of War MOSCOW ()-As a guest of the Kremlin, British Prime Minister Harold Macmillan last night challenged the statesmen of the world to reduce the danger of war that might arise through "miscalcu...…

February 22, 1959 (vol. 69, iss. 100) • Page Image 2

…AN DAILY SUNDAY, ests Address First Session of Institute ofAdvocacy A ~ ~ --- - ~ JOHN DETHMERS EMILE ZOLA BERMAN ... discusses appeals .. . argues case proof and procedural rules as they Prof. McConnell, Prof. Miller, Jen- were related to argument. ner and Fitzpatrick criticized the Following the Gair-Berman argument of the two attorneys. presentation, a panel composed of During the last session of the Glubb Calls for Understanding Of Arab...…

February 22, 1959 • Page Image 2

…0%gfidiigaln 4atly MAGAZINE Vol. V, No. 5 Sunday, February 22, 1959 Contents Apartheid--Racial Powder Keg By Charles Kozoil Page Two Land of Tradition, Land of Change By Barbara Ward -,-,Page Three Education in Africa By Lane Vanderslice Page Five Africa's Plea: Independence, Equality By Ahmed Belkhodja Page Six New Look at Colonialism By Gilbert Bursley Page Seven New Public Health Problem for Africa By Henry van der Schalie __ -Page Nine An ...…

February 22, 1959 (vol. 69, iss. 100) • Page Image 3

…'AY, FEBRUARY 22, 1959 THE MICHIGAN DAILY nion To Host Second Annual Campus United Nations 1 1 Q. UNITED NATIONS--Delegates to the mock Campus United Nations will assemble in Rackham Lecture \ Hall on March 7 to debate a resolution over'the Algerian question: The resolution was drafted by Tunisia and it proposes to recognize Algeria as an independent country. Maynard Goldman, president of Student Government Council, will be Secretary-General...…

February 22, 1959 • Page Image 3

…Land of Traditions, Land of Change Africa Has Had Extraordinary Political and Economic Growth in a Decade By BARBARA WARD I SUPPOSE the starting point for any consideration of Africa now is the extraordinary changes which have occurred since the Second World War. I think even those who haveha d along and varied expeience of Africa could hardly have fore- s the ynasism and the ch ang whirts s ould have coie into the Afriana mee in the last ten...…

February 22, 1959 (vol. 69, iss. 100) • Page Image 4

…Sixty-Ninth Year EDITED AND MANAGED BY STUDENTS OF THE UNIVERSITY OF MICHIGAN hen Opinions Are Free UNDER AUTHORITY OF BOARD IN CONTROL OF STUDENT PUBLICATIONS Truth WSillPrevail" STUDENT PUBLICATIONS BLDG. * ANN ARBOR, MicH. * Phone NO 2-3241 Editorials printed in The Michigan Daily express the individual opinions of staff writers or the editors. This mcst be noted in all reprints. Y, FEBRUARY 22, 1959 NIGHT EDITOR: LANE VANDERSLICE Buryin...…

February 22, 1959 • Page Image 4

…Western Aid Still Needed in Africa (Coutuiied m rareceding Pel will profit very much more by his and of expanded UN Technical ein shnuld be an aceelciated ef- liter training if he has this solid Services Might we not also look ot in the fieleriod of education in his own at a possible coordination of the tion-in oui contibutions to theii coontry. efforts of Western nations to universities, in multiplying their I am sure that the field of edu- p...…

February 22, 1959 (vol. 69, iss. 100) • Page Image 5

…THE MICH14 AI~ ATIX I - _ ::.T ;::"..:::::. JDGET PROBLEMS: Colleges Seek To Increase Revenues DAILY OFFICIAL BULLETIN By RUTHANN RECHT Many colleges faced with the problem of budget cuts are seeking new ways to increase revenues whieh will add money to their treasuries. The Texas Commission on High- er Education had recommended higher tuition in anticipation of improved quality in higher educa- tion and increased appropriations for all ...…

February 22, 1959 • Page Image 5

…Education in Africa -Rough Road Ahead By LANE VANDERSLICE AFRICA is still a dark continent 0.02 per cent finished the 12th London and author of "Africans intellectually. In spite of class, and Their Schools" strides that have been made by The bet of the East and Central^" , countries that are inevarying de- African territorieas in thisregard IN AFRICA today there are two grees colonial powers, in spite of was Northern Rhodesia, where 38.9 impo...…

February 22, 1959 (vol. 69, iss. 100) • Page Image 6

…THE MICHIGAN DAILY SUNDAY, .. rymnasts Roll to Double ictory; restlers Lose hio State, Indiana Beaten y Identical 82-30 Margins Minnesota Jolts Michigan Matmen's Title Hopes, 17-8; Murray, Corriere Only Winners for 'M'; Olm Draws By TOM WITECKI Warming up for next Friday's "big" meet with national cham- pion Illinois, Michigan's gymnas- tics squad smashed Ohio State and Indiana by the identical' scores of 82-30 yesterday to ex-' tend t...…

February 22, 1959 • Page Image 6

…Africa's Plea: Independence, Equality A Tunisian Tells Why 7 The West Must Aid, But Not Try To Control This Crucial Area "Those of you who have to hold back the urge for explor- been to Africa know something ation, adveiture, and domination of its vastness. You have felt its mystery, you have been THE FIRST serious interest stirred by its almost inredible 1 sown by the Euocans in es- possbiltie. Yo hae, er.tablishing themselves on the Af- haps...…

February 22, 1959 (vol. 69, iss. 100) • Page Image 7

…TWE IICHIAN DAILY urton Hits 30 Points hut Cagers Lose, 87-84 DA A ",*I- (Continued from Page 1) but Rucklik's lay-up nullified them. Tidwell ended the flurry on another two-pointer with another four seconds remaining to reach the final score. The game started out as a dual between Rucklik and Burton, buta before the fracas'was over, North- western's great balance proved the, determining factor. Rucklil led all scorers with 32 points, a...…

February 22, 1959 • Page Image 7

…New Look at Colonialism It Has Been an Asset in the Belgian Congo By GILBERT BURSILEY THE WORD colonialism has be- ."avid students of colonial systems. come one of the most provoca- of anthropology, and of political tive terms in world affairs. geography. They have closely It has conflicting connotations watched colonial experiences in for peoples of different countries, areas much longer in contact with races and ideologies. It means one Euro...…

February 22, 1959 (vol. 69, iss. 100) • Page Image 8

…THE MICHIGAN DAILY cers Upset Michigan Tech, 6-3 A PAIR FOR EACH-Steve Bochen (lef) and Dale MacDonald each notched two goals last night as Michigan's hockey team ended a long losing streak with a 6-3 victory at Michigan Tech. PORT SHORTS: Three Worl Records Set At National AAU Meet A-st lttlrl .' By The Associated Press NEW YORK-John Thomas, the 7-year-old Boston University 'eshman, got off a 7 foot, 1Y inch igh jump-better than any hu- .a...…

February 22, 1959 • Page Image 8

…Racial Powder Keg (Continued from Page The government has further set and popular political fad. The late its sights on keeping the white Pope Pius XII mentioned this last minority employed at all costs fall in a statement condemning while regulating the advance o racial intolerance as a cause of the non-whites into the skilled world tension, labor categories. Calling this doctrine "unchris-MOST RECENT attempt of the tlan" he pointedly referre...…

February 22, 1959 (vol. 5, iss. 5) • Page Image 9

…l .- .. , r -t PrMNP _7F -7117 ..,. ., f". .. r Y' - lr -i- i.. =-.- r ~ .y; . f Greene's' Ideas on achieving cleanliness: ONE OF A SERIES Dog: YOu mean' you get credit at GREENE'S?0 t Vol. V, No. 5 Mfr~i!in Dad3J MAGAZ IN E Sunday, February 22, 1959 _ Man: Dog: Man: Dog: Man: Dog: Man: Dog: Man: That's about the size of it. Like what are the restrictions? Oh, the usual ,. payment;clue 10th of the month following, bona fide ...…

February 22, 1959 • Page Image 9

…New Public Iealt roble fAfrica UNTIL RECENT TIME malaria (such as Bayer in Germany, Bur- w a considered one of thc rJujii I~I~~IHu loughss and Welconi in England. chief hindrances to pioges Human Blood Fluke Has Replaced Ledele, Parke Davis. Abbott, in many regions of the world. But the U.S.) all are carrying inten- with a better knowledge of the t) sive drug screening programs. biology of the mosquito vectors M a l rS iis a or DlOc k t ro gre...…

February 22, 1959 (vol. 5, iss. 5) • Page Image 10

…..---" MAGAZINE Vol. V No. 5 Sunday, February 22, 1959 Racial Powder Keg Ready To Explode: APARTHEIDI $y CHARLES SOZOLT=ti . _ ' '; , Education:Many Problems (Continued from Page 5) The inspection system, along ith standardized student exami- stions in a colony, control of acher training institutions have rought some measure of educa- on uniformity within a single Contents - + T' Y .{ x ' ' Apartheid-Racial Powder Keg By Charles ...…

February 22, 1959 • Page Image 10

…New Culture, Different Ways For an American in Tunisia. By NANNY MURRELL S THE boat pulled into Tunis, parts of the Middle East and Af- and children. The older men were we leaned over the rails and re- rica. in Algeria, either fighting or dead. turned the waves and cheers of As I remember, this interna- We were greeted by all. the many cotton-skirted or veiled tional conglomeration made the Later, one of the boys below women, the men and the c...…

February 22, 1959 (vol. 5, iss. 5) • Page Image 11

…- ~ ~17 - r r .~.. ~-'* 4 New Culture, Different Ways For an American in Tunisia By NANNY mURRELTJ ° Land ofTraditionsLandofC Africa Has Had Extraordinary Political and Economic Growth AS THE boat pulled into Tunis, we leaned over the- rails and re- turned the waves and cheers of the many cotton-skirted or veiled women, the men and the- children who waited on the dock. There were very few remaining fourth class passengers as the ma- jorit...…

February 22, 1959 • Page Image 11

…c o lle g e o f th e U n iv e r s ity o f L o n - ""dI m d t p rs i T s dE don. It moved Into temporary ljl quresEducation :emaetMany Problems enaen t i111eana11 utl h CU a ni equarters at Achimota, until the permanent site near Accra could be established. (Continued from Peceding Page) (Continued from Page 5) ; from a school before their course GHANA'S higher educational A law school is no in opera- The two French girls were intro- The inspec...…

February 22, 1959 (vol. 5, iss. 5) • Page Image 12

… Western Aic (Continued from Preceding Prge) cern should be an accelerated ef- fort in the field of African educa- tion-in our contributions to their universities, in multiplying their technical colleges, in adding train- ed teachers to the African teaching' force. Such universities as that of Ghana or Ibadan or Makerere have their special relationships with London University and they receive intellectual and moral sup- port from the mother i...…

February 22, 1959 • Page Image 12

… Greene's Ideas on achieving cleanliness: ONE OF A SERIES Dog: You mean you get credit at GREENE'S? Man: Dog: Man: Dog: Man: Dog: Man: Dog: Man: That's about the size of it. Like what are the restrictions? Oh, the usual .. . payment due 10th of the month following, bona fide student, member of the human race, and like that. Well. That last lets me out, you know. Hong loose, dog. Greene's may come through for dogdom. So who needs it? Well, t...…

February 22, 1959 (vol. 5, iss. 5) • Page Image 13

…-w , A' i.'. ~* !' actal Powder Keg (Continued from Page 2) and popular political fad. The late Pope Pius XII mentioned this last fall in a statement condemning racial intolerance as a cause of world tension. Calling this doctrine "unchris- tian" he pointedly referred to South Africa as one of the sore points in: the world today. The Pontiff's final criticism was lev- eled at rationale for apartheid - "Negro inferiority" which he la- bele...…

February 22, 1959 (vol. 5, iss. 5) • Page Image 14

… w r ,v - . - V - £,, Africa's Plea: Independence, Equality New Look at Colonialism It Has Been an Asset in the Belgian Congo- By GILBERT BURSLEY A Tunisian Tells why The west Must Aid, But Not Try To Control This Crucial Area By AIMED BEL HODJA "Those of you who have been to Africa know something of its vastness. You have felt its mystery, you have been stirred by its almost incredible possibilities. You have, per- haps, found your ow...…

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