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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

iter-Arts Union Gives Impetus'
o Modern Creative Arts Festival

Circle Taps
Residence
Hall Women
Early this morning Circle Hon-
orary tapped 41 new members.
The Circle recognizes women
who have excelled in leadership,
citizenship and service within the
residence halls, and stimulates and
promotes interest within these
areas.
New members tapped this morn-
ing were Marilyn Bailey, '59Ed.;
Karen Barling, '59Ed.; Delene
Domes, '60, Cecille Dumbrigue,
'60Ed.; Susan Farkas, '60Ed.;
Kathryn Fredericks, '59N; Myra
Freeman, '60; , Nancy Gilford,
'60SM; Joann Gobel, '60 and Au-
drey Graff, '60Ed.
Othere members were: Anita
Jacobs, '61, Marian Johnson,
'61ph; Marlene Koonszitsky, '61,
Marguerita Korney, '60, Ann Ky-
nast, '61SM, Barbara Lanehart,
'59Ed. and Margaret Lewiston, '61.
Also included were: Sally Ann
Little, '60Ed., Sue Marks, '60Ed.,
Gayle- Martin, '60, Barbara Mat-
zen, '59, Virginia McBride, '59Ed.,
Judith Meyers, '60, Ruth Mowers,
'60, Jane Murphy, '59, Jean Op-
penheimer, ''61N and Margaret
Platner, '60Ed.
Concluding the list were: Ilze
Purmals, '59, Carol Raab, '61N,
Pamie Rentrop, '59, Portia Robb,
'59, Elaine Ruth Rosenberg, '60,
Charlotte Scott, '60, Abigail Sher-
en, '61N, Janet Smith, '60, Mary
Lou Thacker, '61, Jean Trishman,
'59N, Linda Walker, '59A&D, Anna
Wiltse, '60A&D and Lois Zook, '59.-
Tapped as an honorary member
was Dean Elsie Fuller. 1
Posts Open

SWAMI AKHILANANDA
.. emotional integration
Hindu Leader

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TANK-One of the highlights of the Creative Arts Festival beginning next week will be the
Leonardo da Vinci exhibit in the Clements Library. This tank is only one of the many working
models from the "inventions .of da Vinci. The exhibit will take up approximately 15,000 square feet
.and models will be from four to five feet high with space to walk around them to see how the
original objects were designed and constructed.

By BRUCE COLE
About twelve years ago, sculp-
tors, architects, poets and drama-
tists assembled on campus for a
weekend of lectures, exhibits, for-=
ums and concerts.
This weekend was known as the,
Inter-Arts Union and the only
participants were students active-
ly engaged in the arts. No other
University student participated in
the event an~d the. only thing re-
maining from the"weekend is Gen-
eration, the campus literary mag-
azine.
This year the Union wanted
some kind of all-campus activity
which would introduce the field
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of the arts to everyone, and from
this idea came the Creative Arts
Festival, Perry W. Morton, '61,
Union executive councilman in
charge of the festival, said.
Work on the festival began last
October underthe guidance of
John Goodrich, '60BAd., execu-
tive vice-president of the Union
who was head of the Special
Events Committee at the time. It
was decided that the Union would
act as a coordinating agency to
aid the various groups in present-
ing their work.
In this respect the festival dif-
fered from the Inter-Arts Union,
Morton said, since this year Uni-

versity students and faculty were
asked to help.
"Because of the enthusiasm of
the many departments of the Uni-
versity, the festival grew beyond
expectations and many outside
exhibitors were contacted," Mor-
ton said..
Beginning on April 15, Clements
Library will hold one of these out-
side exhibits. The International
Business Machines Corp. is flying
in their 15,000 square foot work-
ing models of Leonardo da Vinci
display; Many of the models will
be from four to five feet high and
they will be working in the same
manner as the original inventions.
The festival will begin on Sun-
day and it will continue for one
week. Besides the many exhibits
offered, the first set of programs
will begin Monday with hourly
tours through WUOM studios in
the Administration Building, auc-
tion of art originals, Brussels
World's Fair color slides and a
music composers forum. All are
open to the public without charge.

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Petitioning is now open for sev-
eral chairmanships for next year's
MUSKET production, Richardj
Asch, '59, next year's general
chairman said.
Only women students, either
undergraduate or graduate may
petition for the assistant general
chairman post, but promotions,
program, productions, music, stu-
dent director, choreographer and
office manager chairmanships are
open to all students.
Petitions may be obtained in the
Student Offices on the second floor
of the Union any day except Sun-
day from 2 to 5 p.m. They are due
next Friday.

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Lending an Eastern atmosphere,
Swami Akhilananda, Hindu re-
ligious leader, will visit today's
coffee hour at 4:15 p.m. in the
Lane Hall library.
The Swami, who has spoken at
thrz previous coffee hours, will
discuss, "Religion in Emotional
Integration: A Hindu Perspec-
tive."
After completing his formal
education at the University of
Calcutta, Swami Akhilananda
joined the Ramakrishna Order.
The Swami founded the Rama-
krishna Vedanta Society of Bos-
ton and the Vedanta Society of
Providence after he arrived in
this country. He presently lec-
tures at various universities in the
Eastern states and counsels stu-
dents at Massachusetts Institute
f Technology.
Harol i Duerksen, program di-
rector of the Office of Religious
Affairs, extended an invitation to
the entire campus, and he said,
"Swami Akhilananda is one of our
favorite guest speakers."
Religious Leaders
To Gather Here
The University's Council of Stu-
dent Religious Organizations will
sponsor the second annual Inter-
collegiate Conference on Student
Religious Activities, meeting here
April 17 and 18, Mrs. Judy Field,
'61, secretary, announced recently.
Campus religious leaders from
several midwest and state schools
will discuss "Religion and Student
Personality" and hear addresses
by Prof. G. B. Harrison of the
English department, Prof. Ben
Willerman of the University of
Minnesota Counseling Bureau and
Prof. Fazlur of McGill University's
Institute of Islamic Studies.

Wyvern Taps
New Initiates
To Honorary
Sophomores Chosen
For Activities, Grades
Wearing yellow rain slickers and
singing "Damn, damn, damn to
Michigamua.. .", the members of
Wyvern junior women's honorary
tapped 22 new members yesterday
evening.
The new initiates were -chosen
on the basis of leadership, activi-
ties, and scholarship. Identifiable
today by their yellow slickers-and
yellow roses, the new members
include:
Marilyn Baginsky, '61, Joan
Comiano, '61, Barbara Court, '61,
Camilla Cox, '61, Susan Deo, '61,
Jackie Efrusy, '61, Beverly Ford,
'61, Barbara Greenberg, '61, Jean
Hartwig, '61, and Pat Hawkins,
'61.
Also tapped were Mary Johns,
'61, Nan Markel, '61, Judy Nichol-
son, '61, Mary Kay Office, '61,
Louise Rose, '61, Jean Ross, '61,
Elise Saranow, '61, and Jane Stick,
'61.
Jane Thompson, '61; Judy Wein-
berger, '61, Doranne Wilson, '61,
and Susan Winter, '61, complete
the 'list.
Organization
Notices
Congregational and Disciples Guild,
luncheon discussion, 12 noon, special
fireside, 8 p.m. April 10, Guild House.
Internat'1 FolkD ancers, Israeli Dance
Institute: Workshop 2-5 p.m., Dance
Party 8-12 p.m. Zafra Tatcher, teacher,
April 11, Barbour Gym.
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Lutheran Student Assoc., discussion
group, "The Berlin Crisis," April 10,
4:15 p.m., Luth. Stud. Center, Forest
and Hill. Everyone welcome.
U. of M. "M" Club, annual spring
semi-formal dance, April 11, 9-12 p.m.,
Golf Clubhouse.
Presbyterian Stud. Fellowship, Grad.
student dinner followed by program,
April 10, 6:15 p.m. First Presbyterian
Church.
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Tau Beta Pi, engineering hon-
orary, held its initiation banquet
last night in the Union where 42
undergraduates in engineering
were initiated and one woman wast
honored with the Women's Badge.
Those initiated were: Cahit Ak-
firat, '60E, Spencer L. BeMent,
'60E, John F. Bloodgood '60E,
Andrew Bomis, '59E, William S.
Chen, '60E, Charles Cochran, '60E,
Thomas C. Coffee, '60,, Robert P.
Crabtree, 59E, Emil M. Deister,
'602, 'Jack D.' Edik, '60E, and
William J. Evans, 160E.
Othaers who were initiated In-
dude: Paul J. Fennema, '61E, Dale
W. Gieske, '60E, James R. Glasser,
'60E, Edmund P. Gould, '61E,
Kingsley F. Graham, '59E, Alan
C. Green, '59E, Lawrence K. How-
ard, '59E, David R. Johnson, '59E,
Ismail Kizilkayr, '60E, and Larry
Laursen, '60E.
Among the initiates are also:
Rocque E. Lipford, '60E, Harold W.
Lord, '59E, David E. Maguire, Fred
J. Morgan, '60E, Roger H. Mum-
brue, '59E, Frank H. Murphy, '60E,
William Poehlman, '60E, Thomas
Rattray, Sabahattin Sagiroglu,
'60E, Nils Salveson, Gleen M.
Schmieg, '60E, David C. Schultz,
'59E, and Yancy E. Smith, '59E.
Rounding up the list of initiates
are: John D. Stark '60E, James J.
Strathmann, '60E, Andras Szanto,
'61E, David Tauesch, Richard M.
rhoman, '59E, Bernard T. Veld-
man, 160E, Jerolld L. Wagener,
'59E, and Alan S. Wineman, '59E.

Beverly A. Seaman, '60E, re-
ceived the Woman's Badge for
"her outstanding work as a stu-
dent in the Engineering College."
Professor A. D. Moore of the
electrical engineering department
was toastmaster of the affair.

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