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THE MICHIGAN DIAILY

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Offers Year s Study

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DIAL 5-6290
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By JOYCE WINSLOW
The Hebrew University of Jeru-
salem is flow accepting applica-
tions from college sophomores and
grad students to study in Israel
next year.
The program is under the aus-
pices of the American Friends of
the Hebrew University. It was es-
tablished twelve years ago to en-
able American students to savor
another culture at first hand.
Although knowledge of Hebrew
is not a prerequisite for submit-
ting an application, an applicant
must show evidence of current
Hebrew study before he can be
accepted. This is because all
courses given at the university are
in Hebrew. In order to acquire a
working. knowledge of the lan-
guage, students will. live on an
U.lpan, or language institute, for
three. months prior to their aca-
demic year. The Ulpan has proven
to be a unique institute for lan-
guage teaching.
Past results have shown that
the Ulpan gives the student pro-
ficient knowledge of, Hebrew such
that he can 'speak, read and 'write
like a native. A student can write

his final exams in English, though,
if he chooses..
The total cost of the fuil-year's
program is estimated at $2300.
Scholarships are available.
Accommodations are provided in
university dormitories throughout
the entire year. During the Ulpan
period, students share rooms with
other Americans. For the rest of
the year they may be the room-
mates of Israeli students.
Lectures on various aspects of
Israel's economic, political, and
cultural life are given by mem-
bers of the faculty and by guest
lecturers. Tours throughout the
country are conducted by members
of the University's staff.
Students interested in applying
to the University can obtain in-
formation and application forms
from Mr. Yuchtman. Applications.
are due January 15, but extensions
will be granted by Mr. Yuchtman.

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sent in TYPEWRITTEN form to s>
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for Saturday and Sunday. General
Notices may be published a maki- I
mum of two times on request; Day
Calendar items appear once only.
Student organization notices are not
accepted for publication.
WEDNESDAY, DECEMBER 8
.Day Calendar
Center for Programmed Learning tor.
Business Workshiop-- "Developing Teach-
ing Frames": Michigan Union, 8:30 a.m.
Center for Human Growth and De-.
velopment Lecture--Cyrus Leventhal,=
Massachusetts Institute of Technology,
"Control of Protein Synthesis in Virus,
Infected Cells": 3330 Medical Science
Bldg., 4 p.m.
Department of Zoology Seminar
Daniel Janzen, University of Kansas,
"Ecology of Ants and Acacia Trees":t
231"Angell Hall, 4 p.m.
School of Music Degree Recital-i4--
dith Toensing, soprano: Recital Hall,
School of Music, 8:30 p.m.
School of Music Concert-String Trio:
Rackha , Lecture Hall, 8:30 p.m.1
General .Notices
The Student Automobile Regulations
Will--be lifted for..the, W"tr Zerm-froms
5p~m,-De~-8until 4 j- Jan. 5..

Grades-Fall' 1965: Instructor lists
have been sent to departments for
submission of fall grade reports. It is
anticipated all grade reports will be
submitted to theDepartmntal ,Offices
or 'the Registrars' Office! within: 72
hours of the final examination. The
Registrars' Office will provide grade
pick-up on the central campus on
December 13-17 and 20-23. Grades may
also be submitted directly to the of-
fice during regular hours at Window
A, Administration Bldg., Questions per-
taining to grade reports may ,be di-
rected to 764-6292.
Navy College Aptitude Test: Candi-
dates taking the Navy College Aptitude
Testt Sat., Dec. 11, are requested to re-
part to Trueblood Aud. In the Frieze
Bldg. at 8:30 a.m. Saturday.
Faculty Senate Meeting: Please note
a special meeting of the Faculty Senate
on TWhurs., Dec. 9,,4:15 p.m.,, in the
Rackham Amphitheatre for the purpose
of a report from President Hatcher,
Dean Charles Joiner, Wiley Critz and
Vice-President Michael.- Radock on the
Sesquicentennial Celebration and the
$55 Million Program. Prof. James Mor-
gan presides. The meeting is sponsored
by Prof. Lavid Stewart's SACUA sub-
committee on public relations.
Botany Seminar: Dr._ Georg Mechers,
Tubingen, Germany, will speak on
"Latest News on Tobacco Mosaic Virus"
Thurs., Dec. 9 at 4:15 p.m., 1139 Natural.
Sienice Bldg.
Carl V. Weller Lecture: William Boyd,
M.D., "Spontaneous Regression of Can-
cer," Fourth Floor Rackham Amphithe-
atre, 1:15 .p~m.. Dec. 1U.
Wanted: Eight fiale students to as-
slt li .preaitig .W xrman..Gym for'
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