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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

U' Institutes
Registration
Of Vehiles
* All motor bikes, motor scooters
and motorcycles on campus must
be registered with, the Office of
Student Affairs beginning next
semester, Assistant Dean of Men
Mark G. Noffsinger announced
yesterday.
Owners of the vehicles must
present evidence of insurance and
pay a $2 per semester fee. Regis-
tration will be handled in Rm.
3011, Student Activities Bldg.
Because of the number of com-
plaints of illegal parking, riding
on city and University sidewalks
and noise, ticketing of violators
began last fall.
After Feb. 13, any motorized
cycle not registered or otherwise
in violation will be ticketed, Noff-
singer said.

EXPANDED PROGRAM:
To Improve WUS Collection

_

By RALPH KAPLAN
"A considerably expanded edu-
cational program should cause a
marked improvement in the suc-
cess of the World University Serv-
ice Drive on campus this year,"
David Summer, Grad., said yester-
day.
Sumner, who is co-chairman of
the campus WUS drive with Rais
Khan, Grad. (pending approval of
Student Government Council,
which did not meet this week),
said that in the past, "WUS had
suddenly appeared on the campus
as a fund-raising drive without
students being aware of either
what WUS was or what it tries to
do."
Aids Universities
WUS is an organization which
collects money to aid universities
throughout the world.

This year WUS's fund-raising
"bucket drive" will be held March
14-16. "In addition to the bucket
drive, we might have an auction
this year," Sumner (said.
He noted that much of the
blame for the limited success of
last year's WUS drive was due
to the bucket drive's meager sup-
port since "most of the money
raised last year came from the
Panhellenic Association's Johnny
Mathis concert."
The WUS drive, which last year
was sponsored by the Council of
Student Religious Organizations,
collected $2,800 on campus. A total
of approximately $1 million was
collected in the United States last
year.
SGC To Sponsor
This year Student Government
Council will sponsor the drive.
The educational phase of the
WUS drive will begin at registra-
tion by having WUS booths in
front of Waterman Gymnasium to
disseminate information about the
WUS drive.
"There is also a possibility of
movies of WUS projects being
shown to inform the campus about
the nature of WUS's work," Sum-
ner said.
Another possibility for WUS's
educational program is seminars.
These would be designed to broad-
en the student's awareness of both
international university problems

and international problems in
general. All of these projects would
be held both before and after the
bucket drive begins.
"There is no reason why WUS's
campus activities should be limited
to a bucket drive," Sumner said.
"I hope WUS will establish itself
as a continuously active organiza-
tion."
"WUS is interested in aiding
both the immediate and the long-
range aims and needs of the
world's universities," Sumner said.
"We hope we will eventually
have enough people to form a
permanent student - faculty WUS
committee on campus that will be
independent of the Council," Sum-
ner said.

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Of 'Gentlemen'
L'Alliance Francaise will present
a movie version of Moliere's "The
Would-Be Gentlemen" at 8:30 p.m.
today in Aud. A.
The Comedie Francalse' movie
will be in French with English
subtitles.
L'Alliance Francaise is a private
organization dedicated to the
propagation of French language
and culture, explained Prof. Wil-
liam Steinhoff, president of the
Board of Directors. It is a branch
of the Federation of Alliances
which has branches in many
American cities and which is in
constant contact with the original
Alliance in Paris. Through the
Federation, lecturers, movies, art
shows and literature can be made
available to Ann Arbor residents.
The future goal of the group is
to establish a French house on
campus and to found a scholar-
ship, Prof. Steinhof said.

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