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11 r:l3NESDAY, APRIL 25,196?,
League, MUSKET Tell
Next Year's Chairmen
Women's Clubs To Hold
Adult Education Institute
ACWR To Hold Meeting
For Foreign Students
The Michigan Union announcesv
the appointments of Harry M.
Taxin, '64, as General Chairman
and Wendy Wistert, '64, as As-
sistant General Chairman of MUS-
KET '62. Petitions for Central
Committee positions can be picked
up in the student offices of the
Union. Petitioning ends Saturday
and interviews will be held Mon-
day through Thursday.
s s s
The new committee chairmen
for 1962-63 of the Woman's
League include: Joan Gusten, '64,
To Give Talk
William W. Thomas of the
United States Foreign Service will
speak on careers in the Foreign
Service at 4 p.m. today in Aud. C.
The next annual Foreign Service
Officer written examination will
be held Sept. 8. Candidates for
the examination must be between
21-31 years of age by July 1. Those
20 years old may apply if they are
college graduates or if they have
finished, the Junior year. All must
be citizens of the United States
for at least nine years.
Applications for the examination
may be obtained from the Bureau
of Appointments, Rm. 3200 SAB,
or by writing to the Board of
Examiners for the Foreign Service,
Department of State, Washington
25, D.C. The completed examina-
tion must be received in Washing-
ton not later than July 23.
chairman of the Social Commit-
tee; Barbara Kahn, '64, chairman
of the Education and Cultural Af-
fairs Committee; Sarah Stoffer,
'64, chairman of the International
Committee; Mary Jo Kuehn, '64,
chairman of the Community Ser-
vices Committee; Patricia Lutes,
'64, chairman of the University
Services Committee; and Carol
Galinkin, '63Ed, chairman of the
Public Relations Committee.
The new League Librarian will
be Linda Benn, '63, and the Fresh-
man Personnel Director will be
Nancy Freitag, '65.
The W.A.A. positions for next
year are: Joyce Peckham, '63,
president; Katherine McConkey,
'63, vice-president - student re-
lations; Christine Allen, '63, vice-
president - special projects and
Spring Weekend co-chairman;
Barbara Finocchi, '63, treasurer.
Other officers named were:
Julie Carson, '64, public relations;
Donna Hardy, '63SM, secretary;
Caroline. Hinckley, '64, sorority
manager; Allison Weeber, '65N,
Tennis Club manager; Jill Whi-
ton, '64, Horseback Riding Club
manager; and Nancy Wager,
'64Ed., Speed Swimming Club
Union To Select
Nullifying the election of Ed-
ward Berger, '64, to a Michigan
Union Board of Directors seat, the
Union senior officers have select-
ed 'three candidates from which to
fill the vacancy.
The board will chose from W.
George Bassett, '64, Bruce Groom,
'63, and Michael Harrah, '63BAd,
at its meeting next Thursday
We are now
PIZZA and SUBS
The German Department
Max Frisch's play
on Friday, April 27,
Arena Theater, Frieze Bldg.
The Extension Service and the
Michigan State Federation of Wo-
men's Clubs are sponsoring an
Adult Education Institute today
and tomorrow in Rackham.
After registration in the lobby
at 8:30 a.m., the opening assembly
for today events will take place
at 9:30 a.m. in the Lecture Rall,
which will be the site for three of
four succeeding lectures.
Prof. Richard L. Cutler of the
psychology department will speak
on "New Insights into Group Re-
lations" at 10:00 a.m.; Prof.
Daniel McHargue of the political
science department on "The Con-
stitutional Convention and its Pro-
Festival To Hold
Prof. Thor Johnson of North-
western University and May Fes-
tival conductor for the Choral Un-
ion performances, arrived yester-
He will conduct the final re-
hearsals. Choral Union will per-
form "Dona nobis pacem," by
Ralph Vaughan Williams, at the
concert Friday night.
duct" at 11:00 a.m.; Prof. Garnet
Garrison of the speech department
on "New Ventures in Educational
Television" at 2:00 p.m., and Prof.
William D. Revelli of the music
school on "With the University
Band in the Soviet Union and
Near East" at 7:15 p.m.
The last lecture will be delivered
in the Michigan Union Ballroom.
It was announced at the Assem-
bly Dormitory Council meeting
Monday that men and women in
the residence halls will have an
opportunity to informally dine to-
gether beginning next semester.
The Residence Hall Board of
Governors approved a proposal
which would enable women to use
their meal cards in the quads and
men to use theirs in the dorms on
a limited basis. The interchange
will be possible at Wednesday and
Each student dining in a dif-
ferent hall must be the invited
guest of a resident.
DAILY OFFICIAL BULLETIN
Association for Commitment to
of Studies on International Affairs
will hold a general meeting for all
foreign students today at 7:30 p.m.
in Rm. 3D Michigan Union.
The Department is organizing
a series of debates and panel dis-
cussions on Africa, Asia, Eastern
Europe, Middle East, Latin Amer-
ica and Western Europe with the
participation of American and for-
Hatcher Tea .. .
President and Mrs. Harlan
Hatcher will hold an open house
and tea from 4 p.m. to 6 p.m.
today for all students.
Wood Research .. .
Prof. Alfred J. Stamm of the
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AARIA SCHEI- STUARTWHITMAN
and ROD SIGER as Doc McNally
experimental wood technology de-
partment at North Carolina State
College will speak on "The Chal-
lenge of Wood Research" at 4
p.m. today in Rm. 1040 of the
Natural Resources Bldg.
Prof. Marshall D. Sahlins of the
anthropology department will
speak on "Distribution in Primitive
Society" at 7:30 p.m. today in
131 Busines Administration Bldg.
The Daily Official Bulletin is an
official publication of The Univer-
sity of Michigan for which The
Michigan Daily assumes no editorial
responsibility. Notices should be
sent in TYPEWRITTEN form to
Room 3564 Administration Building
before 2 p.m., two days preceding
WEDNESDAY, APRIL 25
Final Payment of Spring Semester
fees is due and payable to the Cashier
on or before April 25, 1962. Fees not
paid by this date are liable to assess-
ment of a $15.00 delinquent fee charge.
Regents' Meeting: May 18. Communi-
cations for consideration at this meet-
ing must be in the President's hands
not later than May 8. Please submit
TWENTY copies of each communica-
Petitions for membership on the Lit-
erary College Steering Committee may
be obtained in 1220 Angell Hall. These
must be returned by 5 p.m. on Fri.,
Students desiring to apply for admis-
sion to the Junior-senior honors pro-
gram in History may obtain informa-
tion about the program and applica-
tion blanks from Dr. A.C. Jefferson,
3613 Haven Hall. Applications must be
received before May 3.
Establishment of the Continued Enroll-
-ment Deposit Governing Undergraduates
at the University of Michigan for the
Fall Semester of 1962
In order to manage its overall enroll-
ment more efficiently and guarantee
each bona fide undergraduate'student
a place in that enrollment, the Uni-
versity has adopted the following regu-
lations and procedures, effective im-
mediately, which establish a continuing
deposit for undergraduate students.
1. Continuing Students
A. Each residence-credit undergradu-
ate student is required to establish and
maintain a continuing deposit of $50 to
hold his enrollment privilege at the
University. This deposit may be return-'
ed to the enrollee when, upon proper
notification (see I, C) from him, he re-
linquishes his enrollment privilege for
B. Procedure to Establish the Enroll-'
All Student Organizations desiring to
reserve a date for an activity on the
1962-1963 activities calendar must sub-
mit their written requests to the Stu-
on Student Activities, Student Activi-
dent Government Council Committee
ties Building, by 5 p.m., April 30, 1962.
Such a request must include the name
of the organization, the nature of the
event to be sponsored and the date of
German Club; Coffee Hour, April 25,
2-4 p.m., 4072 FB. German conversa-
tion, music, singing - "Herzlich will-
* * *
La Sociedad Hispanica, Meeting-Lec-
ture, April 26, 8 p.m. 3050 FB. Speaker:
Ana Maria Hernandez, Dept. of Educ.
of Venezuela, "The Political Theme in
the Venezuelan Novel." Vengan todos!
Ullr Ski Club, Meeting (Photos), Ap-
ril 25, 7:30 p.m., Union.
Chess Club, Meeting, April 25, 7:30
p.m., Union, Rm. 3KL. Everyone wel-
come, lessons for beginners.
1) For undergraduate students who
have $50 on deposit for University hous-
The establishment of this continuing
deposit will not only guarantee each
undergraduate's enrollment privilege
but will replace the current $50 housing
deposit. aArrangements are therefore
being made by the Offices of the Dean
of Men and the Dean of Women to
transfer current $50 housing deposits
into the continuing enrollment deposit
account between April,.19 and May 4.
This action will eliminate the need to
maintain two $50 deposits for even a
short period of time but it will protect
the housing as well as the enrollment
equities of undergraduates living in
University owned and operated hous-
2) For all other continuing under-
Continuing undergraduate students
who do not have $50 on deposit for
University housing must guarantee their
enrollment privileges at the University
by paying a $50 continuing deposit at a
special station located in the lobby of
the SAB. Student identification cards
will be required for imprinting the re-
ceipt at the time deposits are estab-
lished. Deposits must be paid between
April 19 and May 4 according to the
following alphabetical schedule:
April 19-A-Bot April 27-Merf-Pick
'April 20-Bou-Cro May 1-Pica-Send
April 23-Crp-Fz May 2-Sene-Tup
April 24-Ga-How May 3-Tuq-Z
April 25-Hox-LauriApr 26-Lamj-Mere
C. Undergraduate students who plan
to disenroll (drop-out, or transfer to
the Schools of Medicine or Dentistry)
at the end of this spring semester must
inform the Office of Registration and
Records in writing before June 30 so as
to qualify for the return of the con-
tinuing enrollment deposit. Deposits"will
be returned by mail. Those undergrad-
uate students who have made reserva-
tions for residence halls housing must
also notify the Office of the Dean of
Men or the Dean of Women by June 30.
II. Newly Admitted Students
A. Each newly admitted undergraduate
student, and each undergraduate stu-
dent returning after an absence of one
or more semesters, is required to make
an advance non-refundable enrollment
deposit of $50 in order to hold the ad-
mission privilege granted him.
B. Upon completion of enrollment,
this non-refundable deposit will become
a continuing enrollment deposit return-
able to the student when, upon proper
notification from him (see I,C), he re-
linquishes his enrollment privilege for
*-Graduate and professional students
who continue to live in University resi-
dence halls are expected to maintain a
$50 housing deposit.
For further information, call Office
of the Vice-President for Student Af-
fairs, 1524 Admin. Bldg. (663-1511, Ext.
Approval for the following student-
sponsored activities becomes effective 24
hours after the publication of this no-
tice. All publicity for these events must
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Last 4 Days
Phi Sigma Sigma
A E Pi
OFF BROADW AY
S a company effort, the Associain
gull," now in repertory at the Folks-
biene, is a model of clarity, understand-
in ,.and fidelit to the Ia wri ht.
Nns ortcoimngs whatever in is
abb's ingenious stagini .. ' in its small
details, of the I humor and irony that
run hand in hand with sadness through
the play. Claytpri Corzatte and Rose-
mary Harris are so good as Konstantine
and Nina that they almost (not quite)
throw everything off balance.
In his final scene with Nina
(his dream has come true and here
she is again--but here she isn't), he
is super bas every bit of hope quietly
drains out of him. Miss Harris is a
lovely Nina, who grows and deepens
and . toughens before our eyes.
The clothes are modern-a fact that
I noted at- the beginning and then al-
most forgot, since there is nothing old.
fashioned or period about the play.
"'The Sea ull" is
amarvel and also, in its slight-theatri-
cality, its emphasis on overt symbolism,
and its gaiety and freshness of feeling, is
clearly the first of Chekhov's Great
Season Memnberships. NOW!
Professional Theatre Program Office,, Mendelssohn Theatre
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IT'S OPERA WEEK
The University of Michigan Players, Dept. of Speech
present OPERA DEPT., SCHOOL OF MUSIC in
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weekend anywhere. But here are some tips.
* FIRST of all, buy your tickets now. They're on sale on the Diag, Union steps, and
the Engine Arch.
It saves you waiting Friday and Saturday night.
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ON THE DIAG.
" THIRD - Michigras time is play time and you can have many good times with
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Diag from noon till 4.
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