THE MICHIGAN DAILY
Plan Varied Projects for Current Semester
said that through Union assist-
ance, some of the sport groups
like soccer and sailing could re-
ceive varsity status.
These groups will have their
own officers, the only thing the
Union does is to provide sponsor-
ship required for recognition by
Two years ago the International
Relations Committee was formed
to promote understanding between
American students and the cam-
pus international population and
to work with the International
Students Association to further
This year, under the chairman-a
ship of Maurice Zilber, '60, the
committee sponsored the World's"
Fair and International Week. In
March, the committee will hold
an all-campus United Nations
with international students acting
as delegates from their respective
countries. and American students
acting as advisors to the delegates.
Maynard Goldman, '59, SGC
president, will be chairman of the
General Assembly and the com-
mittee is in the process of' con-
tacting speakers in the interna-
Another project of the commit-
tee is the "M Handbook" for in-
ternational students. This book,
modeled after the handbook fresh-
men receive, will contain informa-
tion specifically for the foreign
Sanford .Holo, '60, and his So-
cial Committee is in charge of the
weekly Little Clubs. Held in the
Union cafeteria, Little Club pro-
vides an informal atmosphere and
a dance band without charge.
The committee is also in charge
of the music and hi-fi rooms.
The Public Relations Commit-
tee under Don McNeil, '60E, is in
charge of the complete Union
summer mailing program to in-
coming University students, in-
cluding the "M Handbook."
This committee also heads the
publishing of the Union wall cal-
endars, general advertising for all
Union events and it works with
the League in publishing the
Union-League calendar notebooks.
Frank Starkweather, '60, in
charge of personnel, handles the
Union's tryout program training
students for the various commit-
Shapiro said the Union is one
of the few completely student-run
unions in the United States. He
said after a student signs up for
the Union staff he is trained to
handle responsible jobs and learns
how to run a business successfully.
He also said advancement is
BRIDAL and BEAUTY SH
Large selection of
rapid and by a student's junior
year, he is eligible to become an
executive councilman and head
one of the nine major commit-
In his senior year, he may be-
come president, executive vice-
president or administrative vice-
president of the Union.
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president of the Union.
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