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The fitt will le' trained on the track while the either.' rH'iating 'with a Zomar lens can coer the pagoda ajul pits. Trials will he televised ft om 2 to 3 put. today and again toj nHtrrow from 3 to 4 p.m. " . ON TIIK KUMO: James A. If "alley's address-from the Ithaca College Mid-Century Convocation will be carried by WFBM-CBS Ht 10:15 p.m. He'll, speak on "Reaching the Minds and Hearts of Men Through Improved Standards of Living." A pieview of newly-recorded songs by the DePauw Univer-sity' Choir and The Collegians will be l.ard at 4:4") p.m.; WIRE. Met sopiano Blanche Theboin desetts -the music world for a stmt with other 20 (Question I --nolists (7 p.m., WIBC-MBSt. Vocalovely Margaret Phelan, supper club favorite, guests with Morton Downey and the Skylarks (9:30 a m", WFBM-CBS). Stars over Hollywood has Ann Sot hern playing a magazine illustrator assigned to get writer Dan Clark back on lilerary beam (1 p.m., WFBM-CBS). Berry Kroeger and Haila Stoddard head the Broadway cast enacting "Not Guilty" for Grand Central Station (11:30 a.m., WFBM-CBS). FBM-TV LEADERS: Ken Murray's guest list reads like a show business and government Who's Who as the telecast originates from Philadelphia (7 p.m.). Taking a bow will be -Vice President Alben Barkley, Senator Estes Kefau-vcr, Eric Johnston, Paul Hoffman, Ginger Rogers, Robert Young, Susan Peters, Luise Rainer, Buddy Rogers, Charles Coburn, Morton Downey,0 William Gargen and Ralph Bellamy. Dixie Showboat is replaced by a film series with live emceeing from WFBM-TV. Called Back Stage, the films parade such personalities as Charlie Barnett, Connie Haines and Peggy Lee in acts that made them famous (10 p.m.). Fran Warren assumes vocal duty as Freddy Martin takes over Cavalcade of Bands. Comedian Joey Adams and dancer Earl Barton round out the cast (8 p m.). 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Wildman yesterday cut the ribbon which officially opened DePauw's University's new Student Union Building, erected by the university, its alumni, and friends as a memorial to the 105 DePauw men who died in World War II. After nearly two years of construction, the Williamsburg colonial structure, with its three floors of recreation, activity, and meeting rooms, was thrown open to more than 2.000 students, faculty, and visitors. The open-house program will continue, all day today. FOLLOWING- the opening ceremony, the Rev. Frank A. Hamilton, pastor of Trinity Methodist Church, Evansville, and president of the DePauw Dad's Association, addressed an overflow crowd in the ballroom. The University Choir, directed by George Gove, s.atig the DePauw songs. Station WIRE, Indianapolis, broadcast the opening. "Today we see a dream come true," President Wildman said as he opened the new building. He announced that 5,900 individuals have contributed to the building, thus far. In his address, the Rev. Mr. Hamilton said that the building is "dedicated to free discussion and that interplay of mind on mind which must be the very bedrock of our democracy." He told the students . that as they go to the library for the wisdom of the past, to the classroom for the guidance of able instructors, to the playing fceld for sports, and to church for worship, . so will they come to the union building for "small talk, amusement and free discussion." WARNING THAT the . suppression of free discussion could take place even in our nation, the speaker said that if a police state ever develops here, the union building would be one of the first to be closed. Afterward the visitors , inspected the lounges, music room, memorial room, radio studios, fountain room, kitchen, bowling and billiard rooms and other treas of the new building. Special broadcasts were featured by WGRE, DePauw's FM station, and a gala open house in the evening displayed the various uses to which the new building will be put. A pageant,' "De Pauw Through the Years," written especially for the opening by Frank Wyka, graduate student, ' was- performed twice during the evening in the paneled ballroom. . Seventy-five attended a dinner given for- fund-raisers. Arthur Miller, DePauw senior from Huntington, was ' toastmaster. Afterward townspeople and other off-campus . visitors- were guided on' tours through the building by a. committee of students. DAILY CROSSWORD ACROSS 1. United Nations . Capital (Egypt.) 11. Egg-shaped objects 12. Of the tides 13. Division of flightless birds 15. Cleave 16. Gangs 18. Earth as a goddess 19. Backward 22. Coin (Jap.) 23. Milkfish 24 Story 26. Gourdlike i fruit 29. Prickly-pear 32. Breastplate ornaments 34. Attempt 35. Fernale deer 37. Contrives 40. Siberian .' ' truif. " ' 41. Gonduit ' 42. Jump .', . 44'. Shore birds 48! Premier of Vichy .. government 50. Take possession by force 51. Portion 52. Dubious DOWN 1. Dry measure (Heb.) 2. Eggs 3. Rodent 4. Choice group Bright- colored flower Cent (abbr.) 30. Breezes Fish Scope Ancient The Orient Shabby Male sheep Female sheep Estimated worth Clans (Ir.) Behold! Coordinating 41 conjunction 28. Brood of ' young- pheasants Part of "tob" River (FY.) Crys, as a cat Puppets Fetish (W. Afr.) Goddess of love People of Ireland Box scientifically IclHlEklAnslrTTTclEl M E H O NUT I A A EHl Unc0HME h. I p I ' e I aJt pfTTA n 31 33 35. 36. 38. ( 39.1 s!te aUIsh w 1n gj njuiH jtj 1 sTT s A!ljELi a Max j. p ahT i a vHTT 1 p a a a mEJCl i . h iiiiin.1 i"i HATE ilff AInUIX t-l Yeiterdsy'i Answer 43. Polynesian drink 45. Biblical name 46. Earth (dial.) 47. Enemy sout 49. The (Fr.) I 1 i 4 i Z b 7 t 1 mmm '. 10 II WA-U -LWi- m2i L a- it. zs? js n iiiiz;iiiiii 4, Mother's Day Founder To He Paid Tribute Philadelphia (AP) Flowers will be placed tomorrow on the grave sf Anna M. Jarvis, the little old lady who founded Mother's. Day 42 years ago. Miss Jarvis died Nov. 24," 1048, i at West Chester (Pa.) Sanitari-jum after six years of blindness. ! During her last illness.. Miss Jar-! vis asked a friend, Maude O. Hickman, to take over her work as president, of Mother's Day International Association Inc. Miss Hickman has done just that. This year, as she has done annuallly in the past, she wrote the governors of all 48 states urging them to proclaim the second Sunday in May as Mother's Day, a day set apart for honoring America's mothers. This year, the governor of. every slate but South .Carolina has advised her ssuch a proclamation lms "been issued. Miss Hickman will lead the annual memorial services at -Miss Jarvis' grave tomorrow for the third time. A w-rcafi of white carnations will be placed on the grave. ' Irailiaw Elrcled liy Welfare Hoard . Wilfred' Bradshaw", Indianapolis, newly appointed .member of Ihe State Welfare Board, was elected vice-president at a meeting yesterday. Bradshaw replaced Leo M. Kinman, Shelbyville, as vice-president. Kinma'n has been serving as acting president lor some lime due to the serious illness of Thurman a Gottschalk, w ho resigned. . Kinman was selected to continue as presiding officer. There wrs a full attendance of the five-member board. Tulsa. Okla fAP)--The Re-j publican National Committee ' xoted Ss-ll vosteniiy to hold its lire pit'vidential nomination eon- i xention in Chicago the wick of July 7. The approval of Chicago came j after Philadelphia had lost a lengthy to bring the run- vention to that city wheie Gov-i ernor Thomas E. Ivwey of New . York was nominated a second j lime in 194S. I Before the tiiial vote a motion by Fred C. Senhner Jr., Maine i Republican committeeman to j hold the comcntion in Chicago the week of June 23 vas voted ' dnw n KS-9 Senator Miliikm of Colorado was the main speaker at the committee meeting called principally to pick a convention site and date. 1 IV A IK. HIIMi political sjieech Milhkin told the Republicans Korea was the last straw and the people me goihg to throw out the "foul gang'' now in olfice in Washington. "Our people are through with them. They are going to kick them out of oflice in 19.VJ and they would like to see a quicker way of doing it," he. said. He listed what he called ef forts of "spin ions peacemakers'1 since World War 11. - condemning the Democrats and saying they "want to swindle themselves into another term of otlice as peacemakers." "By this time close to 70,000 casualties among our boss in Korea attest to the fact that they lie." he said. ''It s their last big lie. They have gone ton far. They have irretrievably offended the deepest emotions of our people." MILI.IKIV I RIIKII that "true Democrats," veterans and women be rallied to the GOP banner. It was a throw-ftie-rasrals-out attack that Millikin launched against the Truman administration. His prepared , text was studded with such phrases as: Enthroned evil, impostors, immoral filth, wastrels and economic idiots, betrayers, decrp-tionists, spurious peacemakers, empty heads and congenital bunglers. Millikin urged that Ihe Republican leaders go home from their meetings and do those things needed "to make it easy for true Democrats and all citizens" to help "destroy enthroned and long triumphant evil. Make oppor tunity for the owcrful aid of vetejans. pen rank for ii.e women They are jx cialiy sensitive to the need tor ridding 'his government o! immoral !iih" Miliikm centered much of his ine on tbe question ot making IM'aee. lie warned against "cunning sw lh-heroos ' ot "skilled and experienced deceptioni'-ts." In a meeting marked hy almost unanimous efforts on the part of the Republican piulessinnals to keep their paiiv from being linked dnecily with Gen. Douglas MacAnhur's Asiatic program, the governors called for a strong tight in 1'f.L'. . -V156 I spirin for chil- "', VM Own hemic St. C.CV I Jowphnime l' OP. I rrain UbletJ ur Arciiticy. pram, flavor! 10 Millionth Tree Planted Scliriclver Officiates At T.S. Forest Kite Bedford, Ind. . Spl.) -The in,. j 000, fx Kith tree was planted in the jlloosier National Forest jestcr-i day hy Governor Hemy F. Schricker in an impressive Arbor Day ceremony. "I am grateful for the spirit in the hearts of the neotile in re. j sped to the restoiation of 'the nee and lumber losses sustained by Indiana over the last 50 to 100 years," the Governor said, as the tree was placed in a container on the stage of the American Legion home. It later w ill he taken to a point on the Lawrence-Monroe County line where it will be placed in the earth. J. H. Price, Milwaukee, regional director of the United States Forest Service, presented Schricker with a miniature replica of a sign which will identify the 1 0,000,0001 h tree. Indiana will plant 1,000,000 trees, in all state forests, this year, the Governor said. He explained that, there are 103,000,-000 acres of forest land in the state. . f GOLD RUSH OF '51 Win -$10,000 in Bonds Total of $26,200 in Cash Prizes Sponsored by ST. RITA'S CHURCH FREEZERS NO DEFROSTING WEBBER APPLIANCE CO. 2740 MADISON ID. 0493 Oprn 1'illy Till 9 P. M WITH BUD COLLYER Watch SYLVAN. A'S new TV fun show BEAT the CLOCK Hi TV thaw with 1,000,000 loughs, pt.s.nlfd by your Sylvania Itctric Dtaltr 10:30 P.M. Ch. 6 J TV Salunlnv All TV Programs Listed C.D.T. WFBM-TV (Channek 6) A.M. 10:43 Betty Retz 11:00 Two Smith Girls 11:30 Times Square NOO.V , 12:00 Big Top P.M. 1 :00 Hopalong Cassidy 2:00 .....Speedway Trinls 2:30 One Man's Family 3:00 Famous Trials 3:30 Stu Erwin 4:00 Plainclothesman 4:30 Mr. I. 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