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…Wrind 1AV in MAGAZINE Vol V, No. 7 Sunday, April 19, 1959 SPRING WEEKEND AGAIN ....Page Two CRITICAL LOOK AT LIFE By Donald Yates Page Two MOST CONSERVATIVE OF CONSERVATIVES By David Tarr Page Three OPERATION BOOTSTRAP By Thomas Turner Page Five WORST ALONENESS OF ALL By David Lowe Page Eight ACADEMIC APPREHENSION By Guy E. Swanson Page Nine A TREASURY OF ART _ Page Twelve A PERSONAL TOUCH TO FOREIGN AID By Charles Kozoll Page Fourteen MAGAZI...…

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…Most Conservative of Conservatives The Far Right Set the Tone for American Politics in the Last Decade By DAVID TARIi NEARLY a decade hasepassed since the late Sen. Joseph M- Carthy took the podium before a Wheeling, West Virginia, Women's s Republican Club and made this statement: "I have here in my hand a list of 205 individuals who were known to the secretary of state as being members of the Communist party; and who nevertheless are still ...…

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… fs 3 C . ?', 5. n r x ' ( , TS (75% DACRON, 25% COTTON) - r Our favorite wash and wearables in a group of co-ordinates designed to take you comfortably through the summer.. . skirts . . . $10.95 jackets $14.95 slacks . . . $9.95 and $12.95 bermudas . $7.95 and $8.95 CHARCOAL GREY, DARK OLIVE, NAVY, DARK BROWN LIGHT BLUE In Sizes 10 to 16 The A ILYN Shoe 529-3y E. Liberty St. Mihigan Theatre Bldg. Single Unifying Force: Anti-Communism Cont...…

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…Ecoirnic IDevelopment in Puerto Kico Is Hard, But, a TU Gradu~ate Has Suee ded With "OPERATLION Bootstrap, s the American press haschriistenecl ' ri 3% Puerto Rico's remarkable economic' developmcnt pror. m, is hearded by a gradua te of thc University's pharma cy school. _, . f Teordoro Moscuss, '32Ph, has{ been aniisistiator of the island " v aomnionweaslth's SEconoisie- velopment Adlmini.stration snice its inception 18 years ago. The Ar] m...…

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…Republicanism, Dwight Eisenhow- er, Arthur Larson and fellow trav- Uelers did not fit their needs the only alternative was open warfare between the two factions. While it was impossible for them (Continued from Page 4) rerns of these members of the to win control of the Party, Lip- set says, it is entirely possible that Status politics, on the other far right thit become itrwoves the Modern Republicans may take hand, might be defined as an ap-...…

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…WILD Relaxation is a method of breaking up YOU ARE NOW READING BETWEEN THE LINES OF A PRINCIPLE WE ENDORSE WHOLEHEARTEDLY, WE'VE subconscious habit patterns so that the SEEN IT WORK WONDERS OVER AND OVER AGAIN. WHEN A MAN MAKES UP HIS MIND TO WEAR emotions associated with muscle tensions A WAYLITE TROPICAL SUIT TO THE OFFICE OR AROUND TOWN, HIS ATTITUDE BECOMES CALMER, MORE COMPOSED are relegated into the limbo of forgotten HIS PERSPECTIVE CHA...…

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…"Island Park, a pleasant place for a stroll on a weekday, has had its solitude forever ended by an apartment project on its margin." oDr!S t 41o e ri e S S Of AlII Scenes like this are becoming more difficult to find in some areas. 01elnnightmareof the North ments, man needs space and finally held in Rome in 1954. In R d eianlmgmarely prh e beauty, recreation and enjoy- the five years between the two y paners in any competition for ment. Exces...…

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…A New Study Shows What Happened To Social Scientists During the McCarthy Era ACD MIC R H EN Il1 By GUY E. SWANSON ALL SOCIETIES view specialists entists. His recent book (with and experts with mixed feel- Wagner Thielens Jr), "The Aca- ings. We need the specialist's demic Mind, Social Scientists in skills, but it makes us uneasy to a Time of Crisis" (Glencoe, Illi- realize that he may not use his nois: The Free Press, 1958) re- expert knowled...…

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…Anxieties Among the Educators (Contlised from Preceding Page) 6) We do not know how roany TO EVALUATE Lazarfeld's find- a faculty, the legislator and judge fresh perspectives. It uncovers un- 2) The civil rights of all citizens, social scientists were disloyal to I mings about worry and caution, of what knowledge is most valu- suspected possibilities. One can- including social' scientists, were the United States in thought or we need perspecti...…

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…their number that the likelihood lie's long-term welfare. They are, of incidents, worry, and caution is second, too closely associated with highest. the institution to be viewed as dis- A adenic M id iFortunately, as we shall see, it passionate observers of its opera- Fotuis exactly these pivotal colleges tions. which are most likely to be in a What seems desirable is the es- (CsOtnued cresm Prceing Page) position to solve the problem of tabli...…

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…Trecisury of Irt FOR CENTURIES the Monastery ! d of St. Catharine below the peak of Mt. Sinai has contained a magnificent treasure of Byzantine art seen only by the few scholars who have traveled there. This year an expedition of UM, Princeton University and Alexan- dria Unicersity scholsrs and tech- nicians returned from the Egyp- tain site with a photographic record of the 3,000 illuminated manuscripts, 2,000 icons and unique architectural f...…

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…Icons such as the 1300-year-old Mother and Child above (only partly shown) are housed within the walls of St. Catharine's monastery near Mt. Sinai. Inside the walls of the Greek Orthodox church is a vast sixth century mosaic of the Transfiguration of Christ. Social and open stock stationeries and Eaton's corrasable bond typing paper 314 South State NO 3-2481 As the weather becomes more like spring, you will enjoy browsing for your gifts at th...…

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…A Pe TO By CHARLES KO "We shall not meet the So- viet challenge unless we stop looking at the underdeveloped nations as military bulwarks and bastions and adopt a new and different objective in the uncommitted world. "If the United States wants to stop the Communists it must work at winning friends without asking them to be our military allies. To overcome the Soviet's rapid-fire devel- opment program, this country must rely on more humane met...…

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…Population (Continued from P' 81 that space, a more rapid use of moe rsouices is bound to effect' cha standaid. Statistics show how disproportionately well off we 1 e when compared to the rest of the world. The average daily diet in India (1,590 calories) is less than half that in the United States. The United States per capita consumption of energy is double that of Britain and more than 20 times that of India. We use 80 times more iron than ...…

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… Greene's Ideas on Achieving Cleanliness: ONE OF A SERIES HAIL* SPRING, HAIL HANDI-HAMPER HAIL GREENE'S - . ALL HAIL! I write ad copy. Some advertising is too clever. It makes me sick. This ad will not make anyone sick. Not even a Thinking Man. Here goes: Spring is here. Hail Spring. Winter clothes are uncomfortable now. Hail Handi-Harnper! You ask what is it? It's a big box. You fill it with Winter clothes, give it to Greene's. They clean ev...…

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