i. 2 by TILE MICHIGAN DAILY
FRIDAY, OCTOBER 6
London Views Concerts,
Finds Students Receptive
By MARTHA MACNEAL
vocal themes and British Isle folk
"There is nothing that I pre- songs at Hill Aud. Wednesday.
fer to performing before a uni- "Student audiences are especially
versity audience," American bass- rfehn oteats eas
barione, George Landonreporsed rfreshing to the artist because'
artne, Georne ondon, repsd they have a special kind of under-
after his performance of classical standing. and desire to go _along
Student Government Committee
made student appointments to its
three standing committees Wed-
Appointed to the Committee on
Student Activities were Carol
Isotalo, '64, and John Sebert, '64,
who will serve until Sept. 30, 1962.
Also appointed to the committee
was, Ted Theodore, '62, whose
term expires April 30, 1962. Sebert
will be chairman of the committee.
The Committee on Student Con-
cerns will have as its chairman
Council member Arthur Rosen-
baum, '62. The other members
appointed to the committee were
Alexandria Gilden, '63, and Neil
Cossman, '64E. These members
will all serve on the committee
until, Sept. 30, 1962.
Robert Finke, '63, Margaret
Skiles, '63, Harriet Weiss, '63, and
Andrew Hawley, Grad, were ap-
pointed to the Committee on the
University for terms to end Sept.
30, 1962. Miss Skiles will be chair-
man of the committee.
The three standing committees
were set up in the plan for re-
organization of the Council's ad-
To be eligible, student members
were required to have a total of
at least 15 credit hours in the
USE OF THIS COLUMN for announce-
ments is available to officially recog-
nized and registered organizations only.
Organizations planning to be active for
the Fall semester should register by
OCTOBER 10, 1961. Forms available,.
3011 Student Activities Building. Ex-
ception to this procedure is subject to
Student Government Council approval.
Baha'i Student Group, Meeting-Dis-
cussion-Open to All, Oct. 6, 8 p.m., 418
Lawrence. For information &' transpor-
tation call NO 3-2904,
* * .
Congregational Disciples E & R Stud.
Guild, Noon Cost Luncheon. Discussion;
Prof. F. Grace, "The Differences Be-
tween Belief & Knowledge," Oct. 6,
Noon; Nancy Prime, "Report on Africa,"
Oct. 6, 7:30 p.m.; Cider Hour, Oct. 7,
After Game; 802 Monroe.
Near East Club, Meeting, Oct. 6, 8
p.m., Rackham, W. Conf. Rm. Speaker:
Peter Avery, "A Modern Englishman
on Modern Near Eastern Trends." Re-
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