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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

Pick Daily Senior Editorial, Business Staffs

Miss Fischer will be The Daily's
Dawson is a history major from accounts manager for the coming
Ann Arbor. The 20-year-old trans- year. She will take the position
fer student formerly attended being vacated by Ronald Burk-

JOAN KAATZ BARTON HUTHWAITE
«..magazine editor ...features editor

CHARLES KOZOLL
... personnel director

Oberlin College at Oberlin, Ohio.
He will take the post left by Ralph
Langer, '59.
Champe is a business adminis-
tration student from Toledo, and
will follow Thomas Creed, '59BAd.,
in the position of finance man-
ager.
Israeli Group
To Perform
To celebrate Israel's 11th Inde-
pendence Day a program featur-
ing Israeli folk dancers will be
presented at 8 p.m. Saturday in
Rackham Amphitheatre.
"The Kinneret Dancers," a
group of Israeli university stu-
dents at schools in Chicago, will
perform folk dances and songs of
modern Israel. A film on "Israel
after 10 years" is also on the pro-
gram.
The celebration will open with
a reading of "The dream of the
dry bones" from the book of Heze-
kial. Exhibitions of Israeli in-
dustry and stamps will be open
for inspection durihg the inter-
mission. Refreshments will be
served at this time.
The admission free event is co-
sponsored by the Israeli-American
Students Club at the University
and the International Students
Association.

nard, 59
Sociology Major
Miss Fisher is a sociology ma-
jor. The 20-year-old junior comes
from Brooklyn, N. Y.
Bow will replace Beata Jorgen-
son, '59Ed., as associate city edi-
tor. The 21-year-old journalism
major comes from Mackinaw City.
Miss Holtzer will follow Jean
Willoughby, '59, as associate edi-
torial director. The 19-year-old
journalism major is a resident of
New York City.
Miss Sawaya is a 21-year-old
English major from Detroit. She
has previously attended Wayne
State University. She will take the
post formerly held by Elizabeth
Erskine, '59.
The Board also voted to dis-
band the post of head photog-
rapher as a senior position. The
post will now be filled by appoint-
ment by the Daily senior editors.

Course Evaluation Booklet
Denied Approval by Board
The Board in Control of Student
Publications yesterday unanimous- sidered reliable. The other evalua-
ly declined to authorize the publi- tions may serve as indications.
cation of Robert Mancell's, 59, "There is little I can do now,"
Course Evaluation Booklet. Mancell said, "I thought it was a
They felt that the survey under- good idea and I still think so. How-
lying the booklet did not employ ever, I don't want to say anything
any valid survey techniques, either against the Board," he added.
by using appropriate sampling de- "For the avowed purpose of the
vices or by gathering significantly evaluation booklet, I feel it is ade-
large numbers of responses to quate insofar as it is only to show
questionnaires. an indication of the courses," he
The Board noted that, of the 242 suppsed.to be absolutne saril
courses in 30 departments rated, validity.
the evaluations of about 90 were SlcedtRno
based on the response of only oneeRandom
student each, and another 20 or "I selected student opinion at
30 on the opinion of but two stu- random; but the Board probably
dents. felt that there could have been a
Guide to Opinion more scientific way of doing it."
Mancell gave the purpose of the_ __ _ __ _ _ _
booklet as "a guide to student
opinion of Literary College courses.
As such, it should be remembered
that only those courses in which on
a representative number of evalua-
tions have been made can be con- 1 " A E aa a A

What is Kim Novak really like?
Temperamental show-off or home
body? You'll find many answers on
this puzzling star in this week's Star
Weekly. On sale all week. Look for
the BLUE COVER.

RICHARD CHAMPE MARILYN FISHER
. . finance manager .9. accounts manager

JAMES BOW
... associate city editor

COLLEGE

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FOR STUDENTS AND FACULTY MEMBERS

SUSAN HOLTZER
... associate editorial director

SELMA SAWAYA .PETER DAWSON
. . . associate personnel director ... contributing editor

Parks Seeks
School Board
Nomination
The -Rev. Lyman S. Parks, oft
the Bethel AME church, has tak-1
en out ;a nominating petition for
the Ann Arbor Board of Educa-
tion election on June 8.1
His opponents for the three-1
year term include Trustee Rich-
ard J. Mann and Ian S. Reach.
John M. Elm has taken out peti-
tions but has not declared his
candidacy definitely.
The Rev. Mr. Parks, pastor of
the church since October, 1954,
came here from the Bethel AME1
church in Richmond, Ind. In com-
munity service, he has served on
numerous boards in Richmond1
and, in Ann Arbor, on the Urbanr
Renewal Plans Standards Com-
mittee and Citizen's Committee.t
He was also on the governor's
youth and child commission while
in Indiana. He attended Indiana
State Teachers College, Wilber-
force University and Payne Theo-
logical Seminary.
Two other board members have
announced that they will not seek
re-election. They are the Board
president, Prof. H. Harlan Bloom-
er of the speech department, and
Trustee Daniel H. Schurz.

Gisela Konopka To Speak
At Social Workers Institute

"The Roles of Caseworkers and
Group Workers in Leading'
Groups" will be the topic of Prof.
Gisela Konopka of the University
of Minnesota who will be the
principal speaker Saturday at the
National Association of Social
Workers Institute.
The institute, to be held from
10 a.m. to 1 p.m. in Rackham Am-
phitheatre, will feature a panel
discussion before Prof. Konopka's
speech. Registration for the In-
stitute, which is open to the pub-
lic, will be from 9 a.m. to 10 a.m.
in the Rackham lobby.
During the panel discussion
Marguerite Parrish, executive sec-
retary of the Washtenaw. County
Catholic Charities, will speak on
"Working with a Group of Men-
tally Ill Patients" and Mrs.Ivor
J o h nson Echols, social group
worker, will discuss "The Use of
Group Work to Study Patterns of
Family Life "
"Working with Groups in the
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Child Guidance Clinic Setting"
will be the topic of Dennis Brown,
psychiatric social worker for the
Flint Child Guidance Clinic.
Prof. Elizabeth Watkins of the
social work school is chairman of
the planning committee for the
Institute. The program is spon-
sored by the Huron Valley Chap-
ter of the National Association of
Social Workers.

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of obsolete, archaic, variant or foreign words
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6. Some college students.
14. When at ........., Light up an Oasis.1)
11.Sinking ship deserter.
12. Plural pronoun.
13. One expects ......... discussions in a sociology class.
16. A student's careless........ ,might annoy a short-story instructor.
17. Initials of Uruguay and Denmark.
18. Germanium (Chem.)
I 19. Nova Scotia (Abbr.) , 1
21. It probably would count when you pick a horse to bet on.
22. Sometimes a girl on a date must ......... into her pocketbook to help 19
pay the tab.
23. The muscle-builder's........may fascinate a poorly developed man.
24. Chemical Engineer (Abbr.) V 1A +7
26. Campers will probably be ......... by a forest fire.c.
29. When starting a trip, tourists usually look forward to the first......
31. At home.
32. Literate in Arts (Abbr.) P
33. Familiar for faculty member.
35. Associate in Arts (Abbr.) 3132
36. One could appear quite harmless at times.
37. Reverse the first part of "L&M".; 3W 3S36
38. What will soon appear in a bombed-out city.
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3. Second and third letters of OASIS.
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