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Religious Conference To Feature
Harrison as Keynote Speaker,

... keynote speaker ... to deliver talk

"We hope that the second Inter-
Collegiate Conference on Student
Religious Activities, held here to-
day and tomorrow, will bring the
development of interfaith coopera-
tion on individual campuses to a
new height," Judy Field, '61, com-
mented yesterday.

Mrs. Field is secretary of the
Council of Student Religious Or-
ganizations (CSRO), the Univer-
sity group donating 25 representa-
tives and hosting over 110 students
from other schools in the two-day

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... banquet lecturer
Keynote faccty speaker will be
Prof. George B. Harrison of the
English department, whose add-ess
tonight will doncern, "The Student
and Religion on Campuw."
Visitors to Speak
Visiting lecturers include Dr.
Ben Willerman, of the University
of Minnesota Counseling Bureau,
who willespeak tomorrow morning
on "The Programs of Religious
Groups and Student Values," and
Prof. Fazlur Rahman of McGill
University's institute of Islamic
Studies, who will address tomor-
row night's banquet session on
"The Importance of Interreligious
To Feature Panels
According to Conference Chair-
man Stanley Rock, '59, today's
session will also include buzz
groups on the purpose of inter -
religious work, small group semi-
nars discussing religion as an
integrative force in a student's
life, Jewish Sabbath Services and
open-houses at the various relig-
ious foundations.
Tomorrow's meeting will fea-
ture panels on the relation of or-
ganizational work to religious life
and the teaching of religion in the
state university.

ISA To Hold
Night at 'U'
To Feature Combo,
International Program
At Pi Beta Phi House
The International Students' As-
sociation is holding a Cosmopoli-
tan Night at the Pi Beta Phi
sorority house from 9 p.m. to 12
midnight today.
A combo and various interna-
tional acts will be featured. In-
cluded in the program will be a
guitar duet, a Philippine stick
dance, and a modern interpretive
dance to "Man With A Golden
The affair is open to the nublic
and refreshments will be served.
In addition three national-in-
ternational programs are being
planned for University interna-
tional students during the coming
The American Legion auxiliary
will present a Pan American pro-
gram tomorrow night at the
American Legion Hall.
Each year all Legion posts select
a country to honor one day out
of the year in order tomaintain
peace and good will between the
two continents. This year the
group is honoring El Salvador.
However all students are invited
to attend.
The program will feature Latin
American and American dances by
students and members and a vio-
lin solo. Refreshments will be
served and square dancing will
* * *
The African Students Union is
sponsoring its annual banquet at
6:30 p.m. April 25 in Lane Hall.
The affair is partly in commem-
oration of African Freedom Day
which was last Wednesday.
Speaking at the banquet will be.
James: D. Christensen of the
Wayne State University depart-
ment of sociology and anthropol-
ogy. His topic will be "Problems
and Future of Democracy in Af-
rica." Tickets will be available at
the Michigan Union main desk.
The Indian Students' Associa-
tion will hold its banquet at 6:30
p.m. tomorrow in the Union Ball-
Following the dinner a program
of Indian dances performed by
American students, folk songs, an
instrumental duet and orchestral
selections will be given.
The banquet is open to all stu-
dents, both members and non-
members of the Association.
Council Seminar
To Discuss NSA
Student Government Council's
weekly seminar will discuss "The
Role of the National Student As-
sociation on Campus," this week.
To be held at 3 p.m. Sunday in
th University Club Dining Room
of the Union, the discussion will
be introduced by Dietrich Berg-
mann, '60E, and Patricia Back-
man, '62.

- Dauy-Robertenism
YEAH SPRING?- The balmy weather yesterday lured many
students out to the out-of-doors to study, but most soon dropped
their books in deference to the sun. The wish was expressed that
it rain soon, so that at least one would-be studier could get some
work done.
Spring Weekend Rules Set
For Yo-Yo Meet Entrants


Can you walk the dog around
the Diag?
Competition for the Spring
Weekend yo-yo contest begins
next week, when qualifying
rounds will take place on Tues-
day, Wednesday and Thursday on
the Diag. To win their 10 entrance
points, participating houses must
send a delegation of three "yo"
men and three women of the same
stature, each bringing their own
This must be the official Spring
Weekend yo-yo: No other will do
for the Diag performance. With
it, contestants will walk the, dog,
rock the baby, go over the falls,
around the world and do a three-
leaf clover.
The winner gets 30 points, sec-
ond place, 25 and third place 20.
Ten teams of finalists will be
chosen from this contest, so
teams, take note!
In a demonstration, from 1:30-
Blue Brings
Today is a HullaBaLUE day.
The Administration Building
has moved. At 1 p.m. today on the
diag the Blue Team Administra-
tion will formally open HullaBa-
LUE University. With singing and
cheering, Blue team will announce
its theme, HullaBaLUE 'U' for
Frosh Weekend.
"Follow the silver line of arrows
to the diag," Carol Provol, '62, co-
chairman of Blue publicity and
stunts, advises. Other skits and
stunts are to follow until the final
weekend, May 8 and 9.

3:30 today on the Diag, experts
will tutor the inexpert in "yo-
yoing" technique. The final con-
test, to be based on team effort,
will be held at 2:45 Saturday on
the island. Again, team members
are required to do the same group
of tricks used for Diag competi-
tion, as well as "looping the loop"
as often as possible. All yo-yo
points count for Weekend compe-
Contestants must enter by next
Thursday, and yo-yos will be sold
through Tuesday. The Spring
Weekend offices in the Union will
answer any questions.

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Mr. and Mrs..William Frank of
Detroit announce the engagement
of their daughter, Helga Anita, to
Samuel D. Carpenter, son of Mr.
and Mrs. Fred Carpenter of
Athens, Ohio.
Miss Frank is a senior in music
education. Mr. Carpenter is a
graduate of Ohio University and
the University's Law School. He is
currently practicing in Battle
June 27 has been set as the date
of their wedding at the Congrega-
tional Church in Ann Arbor.
SGC Petitions
Still Available
More students are urged to peti-
tion for Student Government
Council's Administrative Wing
committee chairmenships, Ron
Bassey, '61, SGC Public Relations
Committee chairman, said yester-
Petitions, now available in the
Student Government Council area
of the Student Activities Bldg.,
will be due by 5 p.m. Monday.
Interviewing- will be next week.
Chairmanships are available for
the Elections Committee, the
Public Relations Committee, the
Education and Student Welfare
Committee, the National and In-
ternational Committee and the
Student Activities Committee.
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