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RY 15, 1961 THE MICHIGAN DAILY_ P

Schedule New Courses
For Honors Students

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Three new College Honors'
courses will be offered next sem-
ester.
They are: a proseminar in social
philosophy; a review of funda-
mental concepts of physics; and
an examination of psychology and
literature.
Courses in general systems and
"Living Ideas in the Social Scien-
ces," offered in the past, will be
again.

that social scientists who attempt
to apply empirical findings to the
problem are too often philosophi-
cally muddled. But philosophers,
studying the problem, are often
ignorant of the law and empirical
data, further compounding the
muddle.
Honors Students
The course is open to under-
graduates in the honors program
and graduate students.
Prof. Noah Sherman will offer
a physics course for honors stu-
dents not primarily interested in
science, but who are interested in
learning about physics and the role
it plays in understanding of man's
environment.

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---.-.4%----- - -The course will attempt to de-
siders the bearing of relevantv
facts," the announcement of the velop a thorugh accoplshmens
course published by the Honors such as Newtonian mechanics of
council states. or quantum physics, rather than
Prof. Kaufman sees a massive to present a thin survey of all
confusion and perplexity about scientific accomplishment.
social and legal responsibility, de- Prof. Frederick Wyatt of the
spite the existence of great masses psychology department will offer
of literature pertaining to the sub- the psychology and literature
course. He will present elements
One reason for this, he says, is of modern dynamic society with
a view to its implications for
Elect Skinnei humanist studies. p
ett S mnerOriented to Problems
The course will be oriented to-
0To l , JFC Post ward literary, historical and philo-
sophical problems which are re-
lated to questions of personality,
Ted Skinner, '63, of Alpha Tau motivation and conflict.
Omega was elected president of The social sciences course taught
the Junior Interfraternity Coun- by Prof. James H. Meisel of the
cil yesterday at its final meeting political science department, will
of the semester. be open to sophomores and to
Other officers include Richard some juniors with permission.
Mandel, '64, of Sigma Alpha Mu, Prof. Kenneth Boulding of the
vice-president; Richard Ramsdell, economics department will offer
'64, of Acacia, secretary; Preston the general systems course for
Mann, '64, of Delta Upsilon, treas- honors curriculum seniors. The
urer. course is a study of the general
For its outstanding community structure of theoretical systems in
service activities the pledges of various branches of learning, with
Alpha Delta Phi were awarded the special emphasis given to common
JIFC Community Service Plaque. elements in those systems.
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Weigh Plan
For Grants
To Africans
The University is considering
a plan to join a group of American
universties and colleges which will
offer several four-year scholar-
ships to African students, Prof.
James Davis, International Center
director, said yesterday.
This group, the African Scholar-
ship Program of American Univer-
sities, is one of several projects
the International Center has "in
process," for Africa, Prof. Davis
reported. "We would like to get
some students here from the Con-
go and the Eastern parts of Africa
as well," he said.
The African Scholarship group
is going great," he added, "I re-
gret we didn't get into it sooner."
The main advantages of the formal
organization is that their repre-
sentatives are in Africa, "to help
screen and select the individuals.
Association with Others
"It would also mean association
with a distinguished group of col-
leges and universities (most of the
Ivy League and a few Western
schools are involved) in a common
project."
And as a project of the country's
"distinguished" schools, it has at-
tracted a good deal of private
and governmental financial as-
sistance. "This is a very impor-
tant advantage," Prof. Davis said.
Essentially, it is lack of funds
that has kept the University from
joining ths program. "We would
have to get new money for these
scholarships from somewhere, or
else take it out of present scholar-
ship funds," since the group cur-
rently supplies no money, Prof.
Davis explained.
One African Here
"We have one man here, from
Kenya, on a program which com-
bines local and national funds. We
give him a tuition grant, and a
national agency handles his main-
tenance." This is the nearest ap-
proximaton the University has to
the program the African Scholar-
ship group provides.
"Two or three organizations
have approached me in the past
couple of months," Prof. Davis
noted, adding that the rise in
interest in scholarships for Afri-
can students is part of the "gen-
eral awakening in Africa and in
the United ptates concerning
Africa-the birth of a feelng that
we must support the aspriations
of the nations in Africa.
African needs center around ed-
ucation, Prof. Davis said. "It is
part of the revolution of rising
expectations everyone keeps talk-
ing about. The African people
need help, and they're going to
get it wherever they can."

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and the owner is wanted desperately.
Please call NO 2-3241 for information,
and find a year's DAILY subscription,
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Feb. 5-June 15. NO 3-1318. 0148
FURNISHED APARTMENT, 4 rooms
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FEMALE STUDENT needed to share
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MODERN furnished 2-bedroom apart-
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MALE STUDENT needed.to share apart-
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3-ROOM APARTMENT: furnished, pri-
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WANTED - Roommate to share apt.
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LUCKY STRIKE

PRESENTS;

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IDP3R.LDRiWRoD
DR. PROOD'S THOUGHT FOR THE DAY: A penny saved is a penny earned. And if you could
1 put away a penny a week for one year ... why, you will have fifty-two cents!
ten i.,,
FA
Dear Dr. Frood: Most of my life here Dear Dr. Frood: On New Year's
Dear Dr. Frod: Our college mascot is extracurricular. I carry the drum
is a great big lovable Saint Bernard. for the band, pull the curtain for the Eve I foolishly resolved to be
He loves everyone-except me. In drama society, wax the court for the more generous with my Luckies.
fact, he has bitten me viciously basketball team, scrape the ice for My friends have held me to this,
eight times. What can I do to get the hockey team, clap erasers for and I've been forced to give
him to like me? the faculty club and shovel snow away several packs a day. What
Frustrated Dog Lover for the fraternity houses. Do you do you think would happen if I
think these activities will really help broke this resolution s
DEAR FRUSTRATED: Mother him. To .me when I get out of college? Resolute
carry this off, I suggest you wear a Eager
raccoon coat, let your hair and eye- DEAR RESOLUTE: It's hard to
brows grow shaggy and learn to DEAR EAGER: I don't think the col- tell, really. Lightning, a runaway
whimper affectionately. lege will let you out. horse, a tornado-who knows?
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Dear Dr. Frood: Before vacation, my girl and I
agreed to exchange Christmas presents. I sent her
a nice hanky. You can imagine how I felt when I
awoke Christmas morning to find a sports car
from her. What can I do now? Dear Dr. Frood: Can you help me Whvince my girt that
Distraught I'm not as stupid as she thinks I am?
Anxious
DEAR DISTRAUGHT: Remind ,'e h2VA t nnvine me

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