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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

TUESDAY, AUGUST 31, 1965

TIlE MICHIGAN DAILY TUESDAY, AUGUST 31, 1965

nn Arbor Has German Sister:

Tuebingen

Across Campus

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The president of the Ann Arbor
chapter of People to People In-
ternational, James L. Lundy, will
attend the national convention in
Kansas City Oct. 7-10. Lundy is
the executive vice-president of
University Microfilms, a subsid-
iary of Xerox Corp. The Lohr-
manns have been invited to live
in the Lundy home in Barton
Hills during their official visit
here. Prof. Richard E. Balzhiser
of the chemical engineering de-
partment will be the official host
for the city on the Lohrmann
visit.
Prof. Balzhiser, a member of
the Ann Arbor City Council, was
the first official ambassador from
here to visit Tuebingen. He was
met at the Stuttgart airport by
the Tuebingen mayor, who gave
him a tour of the city with its
55;000 people, the university and
city offices.
Robert N. Miller of Long Islandj
will be in Tuebingen for his junior
year this year and then return to
the- University. Exchanges of
high school and college students
and faculty members are being
arranged.

The first charter flight for, A total of $181,709 in research TUESDAY, AUG. 31 and the MAD Language." in Nat-
tourists sponsored by Ann Arbor grants was awarded to the Uni- 8:30 a.m.-The Advanced Clinic ural Science Aud.
People to People is scheduled to versity in July by the Department on Programm d Learning for 8:30 p.m.-Morris Risenhoover,
leave June 24 and be back on of Health, Education and Welfare, Business will meet in the Union. pianist, will give a degree recital
July 30, 1966. There will also be research in cancer, human WEDNESDAY. SEPT. 1 in the Recital Hall, School of
exchanges of art, radio programs, metabolism and diseases of the: 8:30 a.m.-The Advanced Clinic Music.
and concerts by instrumental and bone. on Programmed Learning for THURSDAY, SEPT 2
singing roups. Prof. Paul McCracken of the Business will meet in the Union.
Similarities Graduate School of Business Ad- Noon-N. Patrick Murray will 4:15 and 7:30 p.m.-The Office
People who have been in both ministration is one of four eco- speak at the Office of Religious fRlgosAar wlpest
cities are impressed by many Pim- nomists scheduled to address the Affairs Luncheon Book Discussion the CBS documentary ' The Berk-
ilarities including the hills, river National Industrial Conference in Conference Room 2, Michigan eley Rebels" in Rackham Lecture
and climate. Tuebingen already Board. The board will meet Sept. League Hall at 4:15, and in the Multipur-
had Sister-cities in Durham, Eng- 7:30 p.m.-Brice Carnahan of pose Room of the UGLI at 7:15.
land, Aix - en - Provence, France, 23 i New York City. McCracken the departments of chemical en- 8:30 p.m. - Dianne Chambeau,
and Monthey, Switzerland. Tueb- will discuss "The Outlook for gineering and biostatistics will organist, will give a degree recital
ingen is this year's winner of the 1966." speak on "Digital Computation in Hill Aud.
Europapreis for outstanding work
in international understandings."
Ann Arbor wants Siste-cities
in South America and Nigeria, and
Ypsilanti will have a Sister-city
in Greece before the multimillion
dollar Greek Theater is built on
the banks of the Huron River.
The objectives of these programs
|include international understand-
I ing and friendship on a direct
person-to-person basis. Some pro-
grams will deal with all parts of
the world, and efforts will be made
to involve as many people and
i countries as possible.

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Addresses and Telephone
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JAMES KESON (GRAD) AND CARL H. ZWINCK (Civic Committee, People to People', both mem-
bers of the Sister-City Committee for Ann Arbor, examine the Sister-City Charter for the Ann
Arbor-Tuebingen affiliation, while Prof. Robert M. Thrall and Prof. Richard. E. Balzhiser of the
College of Engineering inspect the People-to-People chapter charter.

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