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1 & CJe Batlp ipennmbaman Ul!i. Ill lorei.i-t I s Wrather Bureau Cloudy and mild Tempera' n g e 27 to 32. Will I'll I M Pi 1.1*111 A. PA., \\l DM SDAY, MARCH So I Kemler Wins Mr. Pennsylvania Title; Barbara Nager Presents Award athh Fitzpatrick, McClellanTie porrunners-upincontest David R Kemler, representing Beta Sigma Rho, was selected as crday afternoon, following final Judging Howl Room of Ho n Hall. Runner the contest were Klrby Fitzpatrick, representing Sigma Chi, and Henry JKcCi. presenting Sigma Alpha Epsllon. Announcement of the winners was made by Barbara 8ue Nager, mla of 1955 and Mitt America Kemler, a Junior In the College, is from Brookllne, N and is a member of the squash was a member of the cast in tbi production of "Carousel." A formal dinner In honor or the winner and finalists was at the Hotel Warwick last night by Rudofker. Judges for the finals of the contest were Richard Welsman, of Olmbels; Francis Strawbrldge, Jr., of Strawbrldge and Clothier; Reeves Wetherill of Wanamaker's; Dorothy Perkins of the Philadelphia Inquirer; and Mary Wilson, of WPTZ television. Prizes "Mr. Pennsylvania" received Include suits from Wanamaker's and Glmbel's, matched luggage from Strawbrldge and Clothier, a sport Jacket from Eddie Jacobs of Baltimore, lighter from Campus Jewelers and other gifts from Jerry Finn, Varsity Shop, Benny the Bums'. American Tobacco, Smokey Joe's and Philip Morris. Also, prizes from Jess Butz. Translux Theater, University Jewelers, Campus Laundry. Record Mart, Brentano's Book Store and Difwre's Restaurant. Finalists received shirts, rep and cartons of clgarett* The Daily Pennsylvanlan spon- Richard Oerber of the paper's bus; i charge of the ecu arrangements. Tom Adams was the winner of year's "Mr. Pennsylvania" com i David R. Kemler, representing Beta Sigma Rho fraternity, was chosen as Mr. Pennsylvania yesterday by a panel of judges in Houston Hall. Dave received his prize from Miss Pennsylvania, Barbara Sue Nagler. Film Production of 'Macbeth' Will Be Shown Tonight in HH The film, "Macbeth," starring Maurice Evans and Judith Anderson will be shown, as it appeared in a full-length production on the Hallmark Television Playhouse, in the Houston Hall Auditorium tonight, at 7 and 9 p.m. The showing at Houston Hall will mark the premiere of the motion picture in this area. The film has been made available by the Hallmark Cards, Ii Kansas City greeting card firm which presented "Macbeth" on its Hall of Fame television drama series. The company Is also distributing free prints of Evans earlier performance in Shakespeare's "King Richard I The performano ally adapted and produced by. and received wldi television critics. In addii as Macbeth and Grad Students To File Records Anderson as Lady Macbeth, the New PLR Praised As Tine Collection' by Gaeton J. Fonzi With its Modrian style cover marked only by a change In colors from their previous of the year, the Pennsylvania Literary Review has once again come forth with a fine colli of lilerary styles and effoi The four featured poems by John Ciardi, a Fi. acher and Dante translator, si not to be an example of his best Graduate students interested House Jameson as efforts, although "To My Father." untments In i. Duncan, Staats Cotsworth,i seemed to be rs and mm are as Banquo. Richard Waring as more sensitively written than the to file their records in the Macduft. and more than torts Other three, which included University Placement Service. others. "Doctor l a poet Application forma may be ob- No admission charge will be Marlowe's protau<< Lines tained in Room 224, Logan Hall. made for the film showing For Woodlawn," a vague selecfn'ter-. on" Tuesday and sponsored by the Houston Hall tion on the Gates of Heaven; Thursday afternoons from two Student Board. lbution of and "To Judith (V)," a somber o five and on Saturday mornings the film Is limited to schools and piece about murderers, schol from ten to one. colleges. saults, lovers, and death. By far the most satisfying and \rwsbriefa arable reading came from the poems by Robert Fleu, a graduate student in the University. Abounding with simplicity Debate Team To Tour South; and sensitivity, his poems reflect a keen awareness of the minute but everlasting glances caught in Spanish Club Hears Ringer a fleeting lifetime by an artist with an all-discerning eye. / iur) The University Debating T koftmuii (Aw* Recital ' duled to go on a southern tour beginning April 1 and last- Dr. Alexander Ringer, ing until April 17. tant professor of music, will speak on "The Music of Spain' The Red and Blue is to be rep- at this month's Spanish Club resented in several southern and meeting in the Bennett isities by Larry Lounge at 8 tomorrow eveninu Brossman and Robert Zichlinsky,' Miss Beatrice R. Koffman. asboth Wharton '55. Robert I Instructor in the rom Fast, manager of the Debate language department, will then Council, is to accompany the pair \ p i ay a recital of piano works, as an alternate. The musical portion of the pro- Cm thtlr tour, the three will be gram will include seldom.played -he guests of such colleges and selections of Spa««h c m P *" s universities as Miami Tulane ranging from Antonio de Cape- Rice, Chem'MShcStatTokra-,«>n < to composers of the homa, Northwestern, and Chi- P ^** to be featured are; Pennsylvania will take the i^^t^l^^^^o affirmative in the topic: Re- Scarlatll ( ): Padre Rajolved The U. S. should extend gel ^Kles( " : Padre diplomatic recognition to Red ^^Soter ( ); Issac a Albeniz ( ); Manuel de Pennsylvania now stands sec- Falla ( ); and Manuel ondi in the Ivy League Debates, T nia nte <1883. The music has *ith a 4-2 record. Brown is first Deen obtained through the Uni- *'itn a 4-1 score. versity music department. Last week the University par- Refreshments will be served ticipated in the National Re- and there will be dancing after nonals at West Point, but was; the program. All students are eliminated. invited. Booklet Published On Foreign Studies The Institute of International Education of New York has announced publication of a pamphlet entitled "Summer Study Abroad 1955" listing educational institutions in foreign countries offering summer programs of study. The 20-page pamphlet gives information on applic credits, living arrangements, costs, transportation, passports and scholarships for schools in 22 countries. It also lists courses designed to give insight in language, history, and culture of the host country. The Institute of International Education administers exchange programs for public and private agencies here and abroad. Each year approximately 4,000 persons from 80 countries study in foreign countries through Institute programs. DP Editor, Senior Board To Be Named at Banquet The new editor-in chief ol The Daily I'eniisvhanian "ill be announced at the.innual Change of Boards Banquet tonight in the Drake Hotel. At the same time, other members of the senior boards of the editorial and business staffs and junior board members will be named. Robert II. Pitt. II. Dean of Admissions will speak on "The Future of the University of Pennsylvania" at the formal dinner. John M. (-oshko, features editor, will act as toastmaster. Among the members of the administration and facult\ who will attend the banquet are Chester E, Tucker, vicepresident for public relati.' Dr. Paul Schrode, director of the Student Health Sen Dr. Marshall Dill, professor of history; George B. Peters, dean of men; and Herman Doh, graduate manager of publications. The dinner will begin at 7 p.m. Prior to that, cocktails will be served at 6:30 p.m. Ivy Plaque Contest Announced Today Atwenty-flve-dollar cash prize will be awarded to the undergraduate submitting the best design for the plaque to be Ivy Planting Ceremony on Ivy Day, May 20, Russell P. Heuer, chairman of the Ivy Planting Ceremony, announced today. Plans for the plaque must be submitted by Thursday. April 21 to the Office of Student Affairs, 117 Logan Hall. Drafts must be on 12 by 18 inch paper and sketched full scale, snowing the depth of cuts. The contr may choose his own inscription and design, but they.should be in aci with the occ Judges of the entries will be George B. Pc" ri of men, and Louis D. Day, direct' on Hall The location of the plaque and ivy will not be revealed until Ivy Day. in accordance with tradition. Anyone I 1 in enterhould register it 'he Houston Hall Inform Fine Arts School any time this week. Fordham, Byse, Jacob Participate In AAPSS 59th Annual Meeting Internal Security and Civil Rights in America' To Be Theme of Sessions Held on ApriM & 2 Jefferson B. Fordham, Jean oi the I niversit) Law School; Clark Byte, Professor ol Law at the Univeri and Philip I. Jacob, Political Professor and Din ni' College Collateral Courses in Summer School will participate at the fifty-ninth annual meeting <>t the American Acadamy i>i Political and Social Science to be held at the Benjamin Franklin I Intel, on Grads Wanted For Gov't. Jobs In a private interview with The Daily Pennsylvanlan, repn atives of the State Department the Department hopes I to fill three hundred positions with college graduates. Robert Blake, Soviet Desk Officer, and Grelg Henderson, Budget Officer for the I< gence Corps concluded their trip to Pennsylvania yesterday. The men reported there v. great deal of Interest shown In the Foreign Service's new expan- sion program. The positions filled by Foreign Service Officers are ASM Secretary of State. Deputy Under Secretary of State and all other non political offices. The department also fills many high ranking F.B.I, and ambassador positions. The Department of State has recently revised It's recruiting qualification program for the Foreign Service. Under tin In which a one day examination has been substituted for isual three day exam, the written tests are to be given in and the oral exams will be given In regional centers Anyone interested, between the ages of 21 and 31. who is a sen oi the U.S. Ii gible to apply. They may pick up applications in the Political Sci- Department of the Wharton School All applications are due by May Freshman Cast M&W Members Practice Constantly for Opening The above men are members of the cast of the Freshman Mask and Wig show, "Green and Bear It." Left to right are Norman Waxman, who In the show portrays the Party Boss; Theodore Scotes as Miss Ross; John Polychron. who plays Bert; Anthony Wilson, featured as Mitzl; Howard Tanenbaum as Dr. Vanderlin: Robert Gartman as Dr. Hubinger; and Larry Turner who plays a judge. Cast coach Is Michael Malkan, is assisted by James Boyd and Ell Subin. Rehearsals for the cast have been held in Houston Hall and the foyer of Irvine Auditorium. Malkan had the male lead in this past year's production, "Tempest in a Teapot." "Green and Bear It" will play a one-inght stand in Irvine Auditorium on May 6. Featured In the show will be freshmen in either capacities of dancing, glee, or cast. A dozen freshman managers will be working behind the scenes constantly. Members of the company practice four nights a week from 7 to 11 p.m. Intensive practice will begin after spring vacation, which will call for five nights a week and some practices on Sunday immediately preceding the show. Ticket sales will begin after the vacation, stated Thomas Stoner. undergraduate business manager. Friday and Saturday, April 1 and 2. "Internal Security and Civil in America," is the theme Ol the iwo day meeting. The esslon will begin at 10 a.m. Friday with a welcome to deleby Thorsten Sellln, Acting President. The topic of this meeting Is "Freedom of Expression," with Robert L. Johnson lent of Temple University presiding. Milton 8. Livingston. MIT.. Harold E. Fellov. dent of the Board of the National Association or Radio and TV Broadcasters, and Adolf A. Berle, Jr., Columbia Law School Professor as guest speakers. Privacy And Personal Dignity' The second session, beginning at 2:30 p.m. on Friday, will be led over by Mr. Fordham and will have as its theme. "Pi i vacy and Personal Dignity." Speakers at this will be Patrick M. Malln, Executive Director of American Civil Liberties Union; Joseph A. Fanelli, member of the Law firm of Fanelli and Freehlll: and Philip E. Jaocb, Political Sicence Professor and Director of College Collateral Courses in Summer School at the University. Hood Will Preside Friday's will conclude with the third session of the conclave at 8:30 p.m. "Subvert Persons and Groups," will be the subject of this gathering, and ild F. Flood, Judge of Common Pleas Court and Unlvers Trustee will preside. Qw speakers will be Francis Biddle. Judge of the U. S. Circuit Court of Appeals, and Ernest Van Den irer in Social Phllriy at N.Y.U. On Saturday at 10 p.m., the fourtli session will get under way with the theme being "Academic Freedom." Presiding officer will be Katherine E. McBride, President of Bryn Mawr College and Trustee of the Univer M. Hutchins, President of the Fund for the Republic, Harold Taylor, President of Sarah Lawrence College, and Charles G Bolte. Executive Secretary of American Book Publishers Council will speak. Leader Will Speak At a luncheon for delegates. 12:30, the Honorable George Leader, Governor of Pennsylvania and a University Alumi will speak on the general topic of the Annual Meeting. Clark Byse. Professor of Law at the University of Pennsylvania, will be presiding officer at the fifth session, to be held at 2:30 p.m. on Saturday. Ralph 8 Brown, Jr., Professor of Law at Yale, Eleanor Bontecou, Asst. Director of the Cornell Research in Civil Liberties, and Marie Jahoda. Professor of Psychology at NYU. will discuss the topic "Job Security and National Securi' Meeting Ends Saturday At 8:30 p.m. on Saturday the concluding session of the meeting will get under way with the thtme "Investigations." James C. Charlesworth, Secretary of Administration of the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania will preside. Guest speakers will be Telford Taylor, member of the Law firm of Landis Taylor and Scoll, and Thurman Arnold, member of the law firm of Arnold. Fortas. and Porter.

2 Prom Dates Ten Distinct Types of Females Uncovered on Penn Campus by Jay F. Frank Illustrations by A.D. Beard ODERN SIZE Enjoy the Best in Filtered Smoking! FILTER TIP TAREYTON with the Activated Charcoal Filter PRODUCT OF l/nt- <J*mtAixan dutfirxoxx-rryuinu MURRAY DELICATESSENS Excellent Sandwiches 7232 Haverford Avenue TR th & Locust Street* GR Wonderful things happen when you wear it I IJWStatt P I-F Friday saw many of the local female set step into the ballroom of the Broadwood Hotel with their best foot forward, presenting a lovely array of color in conto the black and white attire of their escorts. Now, away from the prom, let us endeavor to go behind the scenes of this gayly bedecked group in order to classify them, as we have done the male, into various types as determined by appearance and i ity. Here are the females of the species Penn.sylva: Number 1 is the woman's woman. She is usually small in stature and very healthy. Although she is active In many extra-curricular activities, she also is a good student, to the amazement of all. She is always helpful and reliable, a leader among women, freely giving advice on shades of lipstick, However, she is exactly the oppo lie male of the species. To him she is the type who never seems to mind her own business, a mother-in-law who is always around at the wrong time. Her advice to the lovelorn never seems to favor him. Consequently, he wishes she would do less leading and more dating. Number 2 is the female bookworm. She be spotted easily, a lean, frizzy-haired figure with glasses atop head entering or leaving the stacks in the library. She is usually very plain in dress, favoring white blouses and very little make-up or jewelry. She is more at home with a physics problem than a date, and is seldom appreciated or noticed by the members of her sex until exam time, when her popularity reaches its peak. Her picture is omitted purely because of lack of space, not because of her aforementioned insignificance. Number 3 is the girl athlete. She is at home on a lacrosse field or a basketball court, and participates in all intramural activities. She can be seen on her way to hockey practice in blue tennis shoes, Bermuda snorts, and knee-length hose covering her over-developed calves This scanty outfi: eetly hidden by her Baracuta or Camel's hair overcoat (with belt In back i. Her weekends often consist of horseback riding, sporting events, or learning to walk in high heels. Number 4 is the female weekender, better known as the life of the party. She is the first to "Charleston" a la lampshade on head or break out singing in a loud rasping voice. She always enjoys a drink, and sometimes begins her weekends early by droplng into Smoke's with a friend on Tuesday. She never runs out of jokes or games (Do You Know is her favorite) but she is constantly out of cigarettes. She never tires of ardently greeting old acquaintances with big hugs, "glad to see you's," etc. To her the past Is always more interesting than the pre and she constantly reminds her date of this by mentioning summer romances, beach parties and the like throughout the evening. It would not surprise the author to find her bound and gagged in her residence to assure the others some sleep. Number 5 Is very simply the nurse. Number 6 is the BWOC. She is active in her respective religious association, minor sports, Bennett Club, Pan-Hell, etc. Her pet peeve is not being allowed to write for the DP. She is usually easy on the eyes, and is not above an occasional appearance in a beauty contest. Her dating range goes from U. Va. to Harvard, with an occasional Pennsylvania male getting the nod. Number 7 is the follower. She idolizes the BWOC, and does her best to imitate her. She is always ready to solicate money for the Campus Chest fund, sell Records, etc. She can most easily be recognized when greeting another pseudo-bwoc or by her amazing feat of being able to chew actively on a pack of gum while daintily smoking a cigarette. Number 8 is the "arty" or Bohemian type. She writes poetry and appreciates prose, yet she has difficulty in English courses. She can be seen in her nylon hose and ten- nis shoes with her esoteric group of friends in the Gilded Cage or Art Alliance on Rlttenhouse Square, and amuses herself later In the evening by sketching odd-looking people in Horn and Hardart while wiggling her bare toes. She would wear a beard If she could grow one. Number 9 is the music major. She Is very flighty, flitting around from one place he other. Her voice greatly resembles the instrument she plays, and she carefully analyzes every note of music which passes through her high-fidelity ears. She creates a thoughtful mood by chewing on the end of her horn-rimmed glasses, thus revealing eyes narrowed and squinted by years of reading music. She hates Mulligan and Brubeck, and contends that they have greatly debased the art with new, offending sounds. Number 10 Is the snot, or better, the snotty little undernourished Main Line deb. Her greatest affectation is feigning naivete and innocence for all to admire. She spends the entire year sticking her nose in the air except to a select few) and impatiently awaiting her summer trip to Europe which Dad has promised. She makes a concentrated effort to impress one by mentioning her Welsh ancestry and her friends and relatives at Wellsley and Harvard. Gentility means everything to her, though she herself often shows a distinct lack of It Gfje JBailp ftennaplbaman A Franklin Stiitly Pnllitotian Pnkiuktd Monday tiring* Friday kj and If ikl IDOr Mnli Undtrarodnatti / iki lnrr aooj Vnrwmily./ P,nn,ylvania 1V55 VOL. 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3 i Dor I num. Emas Score Win In Ail BmmdbmU Fracas Maj ikirfman, 37 year old Pennsylvania medical student, their der" Middle Atlantic AU handball doubles championship by defeating Paul Klign«n and Izzy Levlnson at the Broad- tel Monday night. Af t, he first game 18-,1 tl I swamped their odoonei.'-; 21-5 and 21-2 to win ihe best out of three matches. Newman Cagers Engage Villanova l-m Champions The Newman Club's cagers newly- crowned All-Unlverslty Basketball champions, conclude the winter Intramural sports program, tonight, when they meet the Villanova University I-M tltllsts at the Palestra. Game time Is 7:30. The new Pennsylvania Intramural champions are still undefeated, having won five games in regular season play. Why do more college men and women smoke VICEROYS than any other filter cigarette? BECAUSE ONLY VICEROY GIVES YOU A PURE, NON-MINERAL, NON-TOXIC FILTER WITH 20,000 FILTER TRAPS IN EVERY FILTER TIP! 1 Yes, only Viceroy has this filler composed of 20,000 % tiny filter traps. You cannot obtain tlic same filtering action in any other eigari 2 Besides being non-mineral and non-toxic this cellu- % lase-acetate filter never shreds or crumbles. 3 The Viceroy filter wasn't just whipped up and rushed to market to meet the new and skyrocketing demand for filtered cigarettes. Viceroy pioneered. Started irch more than 20 years ago to create the pure and i>erfect filter. 4 Smok.rs en masse report that filtered Viceroys have % a finer flavor even than cigarettes without filters. Rich, siiisfying, yet pleasantly mil<l. 5 viceroy draws so easily that you wouldn't know, without looking, that it even had a fiber tip... and Vicer >ys cost only a penny or two more than cigarettes without filters! That's why more college men and women smoke VICEROYS than any other filter cigarette... that's why VICEROY ii the ling filter cigarette in the world! 20,000 TINY FILTER TRAPS... plus Richer, Smoother Flavor Varsity, Frosh Trackmen Engage l-m Winners Despite the freezing cold weather yesterday, the place winners of the I-M track meet last week met the members of Pennsylvania's varsity and freshman track teams In the second annual All- University Handicap meet. The half-mile relay provided one of the most exciting finishes of the afternoon. Delta Kappa Epsllon's anchor man Ken 8mlth staved off a last ditch bid by the anchor man for the No. 2 *,*. **. a team, to capture the QOK VYIIIS -/Vl event for his team. Willie Lta Equals Record Willie Lee, Pennsylvania's star high jumper was able to equal the All-Unlverslty record of 6'4«4" in this event despite the Inclement weather. Lothrip Lee cleared the bar at 8'2", which was good enough for second, and Dick Csensltz was third with an even 6 feet. Lothrop Lee, a member of the freshmen track team, gave one of the most outstanding performances of any participant, capturing second place In the high Jump, and third place In the broad jump. His first place win came in the javelin throw, with a throw of 166 feet plus his handicap distance of 20 feet, for a total heave of 186 feet. This was good enough to edge out Bob Lebengood, a member of the varsity football team, who threw the javelin for a distance of 159 feet add to that his handicap of 25 feet for a octal of 184 feet. Charlie Ward, varsity Javelin thrower, recorded a throw of 180 feet from scratch Patrick McFadden, also a member of the freshman track team registered two victories, one In the 120 low hurdles, the other In the 330 yard run. Ken Smith of Delta Kappa Epsilon, besides bringing his team home first as anchor man in the half-mile relay, copped first place In the three-quarter idle run. He beat out varsity miler Don Maltese, who naturally started from scratch. Medals were awarded to the first three finishers in each event of the meet. SUMMARY Vard Daih 1. I.ukena : 2. Bcrman: i McHearj I Sdnrftr; 2. Sonnabr. - 1:26.9. McFaM Weidknecht i ' Deader. :l< sh.n -.-vhold: 2. CVnnilz ; ^ Alperia. ST'/,". rlift lump I, W. I Broad Jump I. Deader; 1 L, Lee II Ku.i I McFatWea; 2. M«Mahon; ' Derelict Three-Quarter Mile R"" -1. Smith : 2 I ae. Jill. lavrlin Throw 1. I.. I.ee; 2. Lebrneood: 3. Ward. 186 fret. M Relay 1. D 2 Vanity Tram: 3. No. 2 Frethman FOREIGN CAR CENTER 1115 N. 52nd Street GR * < I PRE-LAW SOCIETY $ Dr. Chworowgky speaks on. *j* "Supremacy of Law" Wednesday Night 8:06 P.M. at ZBT 235 South 39th Street Foul Shot Title Led by Phil Berman who made lfl out of his 20 tries from the foul line, BSR won the Intramural Free Throw team championship yesterday by sinking 53 out of 60 shots on the Hutchlnson Gymnasium eoort PDT finished second with 47 successful throws while KN took third place by putting 46 of its tries through the hoop. SAM was fouith on.. total of 42 and TDP rounded out the top five making 37 of its shots. In the 'lidividual foul shooting contest, 12 men qualified for the finals to be held this afternoon at 4:30 by making at least 17 of their stool Berman loci.at qualifiers with 19 successful (lips followed by Michaels, KN, Chuck Adams, DTD ai.d Tony Jannetta, PGD, all with 18. Tom Fant, BTP. Jim McDonald. PDT, Ray Delay, PSK. Harris Kane and Fred Melnick, BSR, John Mc- Namara, Newman Hall, and Walt Herman and Al Rosenberg, independents, all qualified with 17 In the final each man will be given two turns, one of ten and a second of fifteen shots. The men making the greatest number of goals will be awarded the first, second, and third medals. ftfye Sailp $rmufplbanian SPORTS WEDNESDAY, MARC II 30, 1955 PAI.I' THREE Mitosky, Kaplan Will Captain Quaker Fencers Next Season Cy Kaplan and Alan Mitosky were elected co-captalns of the Pennsylvania fencing team in the team's annual election. Kaplan, a Junior, has been a member of the varsity for two seasons and compiled a mark in sabre during the past year. Mitosky, who is only a sophomore, was a standout for the Quakers In their post season competition, winning seven bouts in the Eastern's and then finishing sixth in the National's, plac- Leach 3rd High Scorer in E.I.L. Chet ForW, diminutive Columbia standout, has captured the Ivy League Basketball scoring title for the 1955 season, final official statistics revealed today. Jack Sheehy of Columbia and ylvanla's Bart Leach annexed second and third spots, respectively Forte totalled 296 points In 14 contests for a 21.1 average, while Sheehy fashioned his 20.7 norm on 281 counters In 14 games and Leach managed 260 points in 14 tea for an 18.6 average. Pennsylvania placed two more men in the top scoring list. Joe bt^^'letn l Sturgis and Fran Mulroy. seventh ' cny P 0., m,r e and 22nd. finrl respectively. raerux-tiualv Sturgis CturciU *>'"<*". compiled a 15.4 average, while Mulroy finished with an 8.5 mark. Leach held down fourth place in the shooting percentage department with 41.6, and Sturgis and Mulroy were again among the leaders Leach was tops among the rebounders with a 17.9 average and Sturgis placed eighth with an 11.3 norm. twyari famous "Plidgm of FurHy" auutmt ate purity and quo/my <# < >MMM We're Proud of our Selection of EASTER CARDS Come in and see our lovely selection of Easter Cards and Gifts! ZAVELLE'S 3429 Woodland Avenue BEER PARTY OPEN EVENINGS TILL 9 MMHMMMMM MMM><> # < <!! > ing him on the All-American second team Mitosky has a record in epee during the regular season. Graduating Seniors Those graduating from the varsity include Captain Neil Hurowltz, who had a 19-7 mark In sabre during the year, Wally Farber, who by virtue of his second place finish in the Nationals gained All-Amerlcan nomination on the first team, and Aaron Karp. Karp. who had a slate In foil during the season was also awarded a position on the All-American second team Returning Lettcrmen Next year's squad will be bolstered by six returning lettermen; Co-captaln Mitosky and Kaplan, Larry Smith, Ira Wein- zelby and David Coach Lajos Csiszar will have veterans Al Finger, Oil Verblt. Don Promlsh and several standouts from this year's freshman team. LOCAL MOVIE GUIDE «!.._ 52nd ft Mkt Si.. SH 7-S9I0 nixon Mil 1(,., Evf, Iom 7 EVERY NIGHT 7H BALCONY SEATS 49< Jane acu the water on fir*! Jane Russell UNDERWATER" j. tl PBRSCOri Color by TII h. ml,, Johnny Weissmuller Maureen ( 'Sullivan "TARZAN ESCAPES Slolo * 2n<l * Cheitnut Slrecla "'^ Mat. 2, Be. Cool. Iron 7 NOW SIIOH! Cinemaiiope and Tei hnuolor "BRIDGES AT TOKO-RE' W. Holden (i Kelly dm Dianey'a True Life Aihenturr 'STORMY" F ~ iiaf * 1M j"#rahrir*jtr 52nd k Locuat Streeti Weekday, font, from I Sundaya Cont. from 2 E. Taylor a V. 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4 I'M, I I <>l R THE DAILY PENNSYLVANIA^ WEDNESDAY, MARCH 10, Culture Defined By Russians Culture is defined by the Great Encyclopedia as a society in the fields of enll«ht-.ind other of spiritual life," a< le in the New York Time The word "culture" appears y today In the So- vy Industry." "Economics and cultural are invariably linkhen one furthering Communism, the Times said. In this sense culture means far more than reading books, and listening to good music. On Sunday a Soviet citizen goes to a "Park of Rest and Culture," or he may participate in some other form of "Cultured res' A foreigner taking a passing glance at tin perlor" culture Is impressed by a of it. Compared with the culture of the prerevolutlonary period, today's organized and sponsored cultural activity In the Soviet Union is quite staggering. Last year, for instan let Union published enough literature to supply each Individual with four books, tlie Times said. The campaign to promote Soviet Culture has fallen to the Ministry of Culture. It is re slble for all the arts, radio information, television broadcastings, book publishing, motion pictures and even the manufacturing of phonograph records and photographic film The recently appointed Nikolai A. Mikhallov, will carry out the existing policy, according to the Tine Beta Alpha Psi Initiates Seven at Spring Meeting Beta Alpha Psi, National Honorary Accounting Fraternity held prlng initial ion last night in the Smith Penniman Room of Houston Hall. The mei ed by honorary initiate George A. Hewitt, partner in the accounting firm of Lybrand, Ross, Brothers, and Montgomery. The new Initiates were: Elliot Braverman. Julian Gordon, George Hindley. David Love, Bollmeo, Ira Tiger Michael Weissman. Sales Service Rentals Accessories UNIVERSITY TYPEWRITER 3329 WALNUT STRBBT (Off lilt Bemmtri Hall) BArine Don't Go Home Emptylumded A Gift For I Easter Sensibly Priced At VARSITYSHOPI Opposite Men's Dorms \ XSXSSS STUDY AI i< tr will again provide a magnificent program of orientation and entertainment tor the summer 1955 special student sailings of H "The Happy Campus Afloat" EB June I from N. Y. ft July 2 from Quebec Wi Aug. J returning from WB Aug. 29 } channel port THRIFT FARES TO AND FROM EUROPE for information write d «&«z«tj* 'ftt** IRC y, 250 W..t 57th Street, N. Y. 19, N. Y. / 1 WXPN Program. ill be A me«ttnf el the XPN flail. Movie.iii > own tonight at 7 Ion Hall N Hall Stuilrnl Hoard. WXPN Board.1 :ll hold in Romn I' 1 ol coc ill bold I ^ p.m. in the Franklin ' Jazz Concert M XPN will hold.. Jan \\\i\ sales Hill Kr a BMCti0 I I W JCPN I ill. Yacht Club will Sr held ui the I vania Yachl Club it 1 thil afternoon \\ Inii Roa - = *n* Mall. Mask and Wig Hill he a rnfftitll nf tlir and Wic flub at 2 p.m. m Raaaaa I and II in Houston Mall. PLR mia Literary will br held M on Mall. Campus Party There "ill!< meeting ol the I Party i.it the Phi I New York Times Sold In Dietrich Hall Basement Students will now be able to purchase copies of the New York Times in the basement of the Wharton School Building, stated Adrian W. Schmidhauser, manager of student newspapers agency. A stand will be set up In the basement of Dietrich Hall, enabling students to deposit five cents and receive a copy of the Times. Schmidhauser stated that similar stands may be placed on other spots on campus in the future. Schmidhauser also said that students may still place.subscriptions for any newspaper they would like to receive for the remainder of this term at reduced rates. This applies mainly to Philadelphia and New York papers. + LLOYD Wallpapers I (give long service try therrv Ask your dealer to show you the Lloyd Sample* Books. Write for colored bro-! enure. W. II. S. LLOYD CO., INC. ', 16 East 52 Street New York City, N. Y. <<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<< ADVENTURE Jkf TRAVEL to every corner ol the {lob*... Europe 160 days. $650 Including steamer), Latin America, the Orient, Around the World. LOW-COST TRIM by bicycle, faltboot, motor, rail for the adventurous in spitl V^- STUDY TOURS with collete ^'credit in Languages, Art, Music, Social Studies, Dance, other subjects Scholarships available "^ SEE MORE SPEND IESS Tour t'ovel Agent OR SITA-) Slodiils IttiniitiMH 12m) Tsar lutil Assn S4S filth Ave, M. Y. 11 «"U? 6J44 *> Six Students Devise Study by Intercom by Gary LaLson Mid-term exams have come to St. Louis University, and six freshmen are ready for them. The six have rigged up an lntercommunica' tern, and are studying together electronically. The intercom consists of a switchboard with six switches, with outlets connected by wires running along the outside wall. The six students hear each other over their radios. One student has a set of encyclopedias in his room. Others are experts at mathematics problems and dates. Under the system three separate conversations can be carried on at once, or all six outlets can be opened. When a big physics test is scheduled, one of the freshmen tapes ten or twelve pi ons, which can then be played over the Intercom. The students have also worked out mood music for the study periods. Dave Brubeck for trigonometry, since "it takes a long time to make sense out of either one of them" and the 1812 Overture for European history. II :15 II :30 l IS WXPN Program Schedule S I \N S Kill Mill' with sports ihei i ONI I I' I M \ 1 I N i MEWS IN BRIII i IK PAR U>1 6:00 I i cm 5TRIK1 M SI NS1 I SIRIN \lll-. unmlii ruptrd dinner Mi I IIMI NIW9 MM M>l I' MEWS IN MA sis SPORTS I'K I I M \sl l RWORKS <>l Ml l.l CK.Y STRIK1 Ml TO HI- ANNOI Ml 9:30 I HI i I ION Ml'l s Nl DIXIE! AND FROM HOI SHIN HALL OLD GOLD DREAM DAI I IS Mil NN.III GLENN MILLER CONCERT \IIIMI>\ is nil NIGHT I Ilk", SIKIKI si MELODY is llll- NIGHl \l I I K HOIKS SIGN "I I 7.10 and 1460 on vmir dial Junior Roard Meets Theie wlii be a meeting of the Sports Stall Junior Board today at 3 p.m. in the Franklin Society Room. The business to be conducted Is extremely important, and attendance is compulsoi Penn Lit Review Praised v i^^^^<~x. <^<.<^. : ~:-:<.#* As'FineCollectiorTbyCritic (CcnlinuiJ from Page One) whether he be observing "Pigeons" or looking back into history in "Victorian Snapshots." Three prose selections are Included in this issue of the Review: "Ave Curriculum" by Richard A. Hoge, a deceptive if not amusing piece; "Between Two Wars," a reallsticly written story by Christopher Davis; and "On a Day in the Last of Lawrence," a rather abstract effort by Robert M. Ockene. 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In this sense culture means WXPN Sales far more than reading bo. ill be a merime \\ KPN attending lectures, and listening, to good music On Sunday a So- mi Hall. izen Roes to a "Park of Yacht Club Rest and Culture," or he may v\ ill be h< ' participate In some other form dull at 2 thai ifl of "Cultured res' ill thr While Room in (ill. A foreigner taking a passing Mask and Wig will l>r a meeting glance at this supposedly in RaMaM 1 and ior" culture Is Impressed by II in linn. Inn Mall. ral aspects of It. Compared rut with the culture of the prerevolutk>nar9 period, todi will br he-id Room ganlzed and.sponsored cultural I activity in the Soviet Unio: Campus Party quite staggering. Last year, for ting of thr I instance, the Soviet Union pub- Parly ' ' 9 p.m.! i enough literature to supply each Individual with four books, the Times said. The campaign to promote So- New York Times Sold viet Culture has fallen to the Ministry of Culture. It Is responsible for all the arts, radio information, television broadcastings, book publishing, motion pictures and even the manufacturing of phonograph records and photographic film. The recently appointed Nikolai A. Mikhallov, will carry out the ng policy, according to the Tlni' Beta Alpha Psi Initiates Seven at Spring Meeting Beta Alpha Psi, National Honorary Accounting Fraternity held its spring initiation last night In the Smith Penniman Room of Houston H,.11 The meeting was addressed by honorary initiate George A. Hewitt, partner in the accounting firm of Lybrand, Ross, Broi id Montgomery. The new Initiates were: Elliot Braverman, Julian Gordon, Oeorge Hindley. David Love, Solimeo, Ira Tiger Michael Wei Sa If a Service Rental i Accenoriea UNIVERSITY TYPEWRITER 3329 WALNUT STREET (Opfoiite Btnntlt Hmll) BAfiBi Don't Go Home Emptyhandeil A Gift For Easter Sensibly Priced At.VARSITY SHOPi : ;. Opposite Men's Dorms ; ; WXPN Program will lx i A \I'N In Dietrich Hall Basement Students will now be able to purchase copies of the New York Times In the basement of the Wharton School Building, stated Adrian W, Schmldhauser, manager of student newspapers agency. A stand will be set up in the basement of Dietrich Hall, enabling students to deposit five cents and receive a copy of the Times. Schmldhauser stated that similar stands may be placed on other spots on campus in the future. Schmldhauser also said that students may still place subscriptions for any newspaper they would like to receive for the remainder of this term at reduced rates. This applies mainly to Philadelphia and New York papers. l LLOYD Wallpapers I! iglve long service try thenv Ask your dealer to show youi ; the Lloyd Sample*. Books. Write for colored bro-i chure.! W. H. S. LLOYD CO., INC. 16 East 52 Street New York City. N. Y. <<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<< /ADVENTURE 22nd Tan TRAVEL to every corner ol the globe.. 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Under the system three separate conversations can be carried on at once, or all six outlets can be opened. When a big physics test is scheduled, one of the freshmen tapes ten or twelve practice questions, which can then be played over the Intercom. The students have also worked out mood music for the study periods. Dave Brubeck for trigonometry, since "it takes a long time to make sense out of either one of them" and the 1812 Overture for European history. Penn Lit Review Praised As'FineCollection'byCritie (Continued from Paqe One) whether he be observing "Pigeons" or looking back into history in "Victorian Snapshots." Three prose selections are Included in this issue of the Review: "Ave Curriculum" by Richard A. Hoge, a deceptive if not amusing piece; "Between Two Wars," a realisticly written story by Christopher Davis; and "On a Day in the Last of Lawrence," a rather abstract effort by Robert M. Ockene. DEADLINE AUTO Learners Permits RICHARD Campus Location 3801 Spruce Street 9:05 NBWS RiHMH 'po" wralhcr MATINII NEWS IN MUII ri vi i m PAAADI i i IO M RIM NIWS l IBMNADI ui.mt.-iruptrd dinner UP. I I I MI- NI ws goi sin r NBWS N tl 1 ' I s SPORTS I'll l i Kl- MAS1 I KSMIKKS 'II Ml Ml i.i c k-, M RIK1 Ml i ii HI ANNOI M I n Mil- BIG «.n hi KIN INQI IRBR CAMPUS NEWS I.IMH \N I) ntom HOI OLD 001 li DRBAM DAI I MELODY IN nil NIGH1 II li i,l BNN Mil.I IK CONI IK I \innm IN Till NIGHT I STKIM Nl 0DY IN THE NIGHT M III! HOI KS I ] SIGN 730 and 146n oa ftmi dial Junior Board Meet$ Theie win be a meeting of the Sports Stair Junior Board today at 3 p.m. in the Franklin Society Room. The business to be conducted is extremely important, and attendance is compulsory. ^M.«-*«^*«^<"fr<-«M":~:~M"** MENU LUNCH 11:30-2:00 BHIVDKD VEAL CUTLET DINNER 5:30-7:00 ROAST LEG LAMB, MINT JELLY Houston Hall f APRIL 1ST TAGS B. BYRAN NOTARY PUBLIC Titles Licenses 24 hr. Service Open till 10 PJVi. 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