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Klinger Rep

orts on Moral Differences GroupHead
tidier in their rooms and as more
"modest" in regard to nakedness. The Assembly Dormitory Council
n de Executive Board has announced
SMajor Impications .the appointment of Lois Fisher,
: Klinger listed seven major im- '64, as special projects chairman
plications for counseling foreign foratheciacaemicyar.
studnts.for the coming academic, year.
", f students:
1) Differences among forelgn .Miss Fisher's job entails plan-
students as individuals, even if ning and coordinating various
they come from the same country, ADC activities and, projects which
ca econsiderable involve the whole of the student
j 2) Violations of moralstandards body.
2)yVeilatis ofaoralstan-dsThe first of these special pro-
may be Indicative of a -more gen- i
f #'eral and differing sense of values jects is the Assembly Workshop
on Oct. 28. At this annual meet-
on other problems. ing of officers and committee
3) Americans may find Hindus ,i meo office oa n commi
:verydifferent, Arabs too strict, chairmen of the women's resi-
Turks and Latins too lenient on dente halls, problems encountered
dain the various jobs are discussed
"y V" , drinking and sex. adiesfrbte aaeet
4) One reason why foreign stu- nd ideas for better management
dents may dislike dormitories is are offered.
because of the different standards Later this semester Miss Fisher
ROBERT KLINGER of modesty involved in such group will be responsible for the organ-
... researches morals , living. ization of the Assembly-Inter-
6) Most foreign students severely Quadrangle Council Sing, which
more congenial in. values to condemn cutting classes, cheating features competition between sing-'
American graduates than enter- and unpreparedness for class. ing groups made up of indepen-
Ing freshmen, the report stated. They are apt to be judged just dent men and women from the
Americans, freshmen in par- as severely by their own group University residence halls.
ticular, also feel less strongly for violations of this as by author- Next semester, she will be in
about following school and dorm- ities. charge of planning the Assembly-
itory rules, cheating and exceed- 7) "Procelytizing" Protestants IQC Jazz Show, which'in previous
ing speed limits. can be expected to be rebuffed by years has featured such per-
Foreign students, in general, most Arabs, Indians and many formers as Louis Armstrong 'and
consider themselves cleaner and Turks. the Kingston Trio.
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One hundred 'thirty questions
were asked, all of which were par-
ticipial phrases describing hypo-
tlietical "offenses" committed by
foreign students here.
Each response was scored as to
its degree of feeling--from 1 ("you;
feel this is one of the best things
you could-do") to 7 ("neither good
nor bad") to 13 ("you feel this
is one of the worst things you
could do").
The most disputed norm in the
moral standards of the various
groups was in attitudes toward
premarital sex relations.
The survey reported that South
American and Turkish students
tend to view premarital relations
-or a situation when a single
person goes out with a person
of the opposite sex with, the in-
tention of sexual relations - in
a more favorable light than do
Neutral Attitude
Klinger also found that most
foreign students had a neutral
attitude toward inter-racial mar-
riage, while Americans had a
"moderately bad" attitude.
Arabs, Indians, Chinese, South
Americans and Turks, in that or-
der, are "most different" from
Americans, although they are
Near East Club
To Hear Avery
Peter Avery will speak to the
Near East. Club at 8 p.m. today
in the Rackham West Conference
Room. His topic will be "A modern
Englishman on Modern Near
Eastern Trends. '
All interested persons are in-
vited and refreshments will be
served after the program.

(Continued from Page 4)
versity; Strauss House, Informal Party
(Ratskeller), East Quadrangle; Theta
Chi, Band. Dance, 1351 Washtenaw;
Theta Delta Chi, Dance, 700 S. State;
Trigon, Beatnik Party, 1617 Washtenaw;
Van Tyne House, Open-Open House &
Monte Carlo. Party, South Quadrangle;,
Victor Vaughan House, Open-Open
House, Victor Vaughan; Williams
House, Corridor Party, West Quad-
rangle; Zeta Phi, Record Dance, 1443'
Summary of Action Taken by Student
Government Council at its Meeting of
October 4, 1961.
Approved as corrected: Minutes of the
previous meeting.
Adopted: Standing Rule: No member
of Student Government Council may
concurrently hold membership on the
Committee on Membership in Student
Adopted: That the letter from Mr.
Alexander W. Allport, Vice-President of
the American Farm .'School, be refer-
red to the Committee on Student Ac.
tivities for investigation and recom-
mendation on the possibility of dele-
gation,.sponsorship or rejection of this
proposed activity, to be reported back
to the Council in two weeks.
Adopted: That the material on the
Michigan College Workshop on Human
Relations be referred to the Committee
on Student Activities for investigation
and recommendation on the possibility
of participating in this event, to be
reported back to the Council in -one.
Approved: The petition of Homecom-
ing 1961 for a dance. to be held from
9 p.m. until 1 a.m. in the Intramural
Building on Saturday, October 21, 1961.
However, Student Governpnent Council
notes that certain problems in calen-
daring of the event and in determining
permissions for women's hours have
occurred. The Council therefore notes
that the processes used in scheduling
this event and women's hours are not
to be regarded as a precedent for fu-
ture events of the type such as Home-
coming. Due to- certain difficulties and
prior arrangements, the Council rec-
ommends to Women's Judiciary Coun-

cil the retention of the 2:30 permission
on October 21, 1961.
Appointed: To the Committee on Stu-
dent Activities, Carol Isotalo and John
Sebert, terms to end September 30,
1962, and Ted Theodore, term to end
April 30, 1962. Chairman, John Sebert.
To the Committee on Student Con-
cerns, Neil Gossman and Sandy Gild-
en, terms to end September 30, 1962.1
Chairman,. Arthur Rosenbaum.
To the Committee on the Univer-
sity, Robert Finke, Margaret Skiles,
Harriet 'Weiss and Andrew Hawley,
terms to end September 30, 1962. Chair-
man, Margaret Skiles.
Postponed: Consideration of appoint-
ment of Ken Miller to the Committee
on Student Concerns.
Accepted: Report from the Commit-
tee on Membership in Student Orga-
Rescinded: Calendaring of Gilbert
and Sullivan production, passed at
Council meeting of September 27, 1961.
Calendared and approved: Gilbert and
Sullivan Society, December 6, 7, 8 and
9, 1961, in Lydia Mendelssohn Theatre,
"H.M.S. Pinafore." The time of the
event will be from 8:30 p.m. untils 11
p.m. on the 6, 7, 8 and 9, with an ad-
ditional matinee on the 9th. Tickets
for the Saturday night performance
should be sold through a closed ticket
sale (i.e. tickets for Saturday night
should only be offered to.members of
the cast, alumni, Ann Arbor and out-
of-town residents, and block orders
from fraternities and sororities.' Cast
tickets will be distributed at a limit
of ten per member for parents and
close friends.A mail order system will
be used to distribute the remaining
tickets to faculty, alumni and resi-
dents., of Ann Arbor and surrounding
Approved: Student Government Coun-
cil-Wolverine Club Budget, 1961-62.
Approved: To recommend William
Gleason, David Croysdale ' and John
Vos to the Vice-President for Student
Affairs, from whom he will select one
to serve as a member of the Committee
on University- Lectures.
Accepted: Report of the following
calendaring and approval-. of student
sponsored events under the routine
procedure during the past week:
Sept. 30-International Students As-
sociation, International Mixer, Wom-
en's Athletic Building, 8:30 p.m.
Oct. 5-Challenge, Seminar on Allied
Military Potential and Strategy, E & R
Disciples Guild House, E :30 p.m.
Oct. 5-Michigan Union, Speaker, A.
Kenneth Pye, Union Small Ballroom,
7:30 p.m.
Oct. 10-Michigan Union, Panel on
Government Careers, Third Floor Con-
ference Room, Union, 4:00 p.m.
Received: Report of the Early Reg-
Istration Pass Committee.
Appointed: Sue Salter as Public Re-
lations Director of, the Council.
The Council adjourned at 2:12 a.m.
Events Friday.
Psychology Colloquium: Dr. Ragnar
Rommetveit, University of Oslo, Nor-
way, will speak on "Intuition in Qon-
cept Formation" on Fri., Oct. 6 at 4:15
p.m. in Aud. B. Coffee Hour at 3:45
in the Mason Hall Lounge.
Aeronautical and Astronautical Engi-
neering Lecture: Prof. Jacques Valensi,
Director -of Institut re Mecanique des
Fluides, Marseille, France, will talk on
"Heat Transfer Measurements in Super-
sonic Flow," -Fri., Oct. 6,, 4:00 p.m.,
1504 East Engineering Bldg.
Student Recital: Christine Paraschos,
pianist and student of Prof. Benning
Dexter, will present a recital on Sun-
day, October 8, 8:30 p.m., in Lane
Hall Auditorium. Compositions she has

selected are by Bach, Beethoven and
Chopin. This recital is presented in par-
tial fulfillment of the requirements for
the degree Bachelor of Music. Open to
the public without charge.
Doctoral Examination for Robert
Randolph Winkler, Chemistry; thesis:
'The stereochemistry and Mechanism
of the Aldol Condensation of P-Nitro-
benzaldehyde and 2-Butanone," Chair-
man, R. M. Stiles.
Anchor Hocking Glass Corp., Lancas-
ter, Ohio-Openings for Plant Engineer
& Asst. to Plant Engineer. Both- require
degree in either Mech., Elec., or Civil
Engrg. Require 5 to 15 yrs. exper., for
Plant Engineer. No exper. necessary.
for Asst. Also an opening in Machine
Design for Package Engrg. & Research
Elliott Industries Inc., Cambridge,
Mass.-Long established firm under new
management wants, capable personnel
for sales or sales mgmt. positions. Also
Mech. Engnrs. for new product devel-
opment who would be project engnrs.
or junior project engnrs.
Library of Congress-Various openings
including: Asst. Chief for Air Informa-
tion Div., Decimal Classifier, East Eu-
ropean Exchange Specialist, Processing
& Ref. Ass'ts. for Orientalis Div., and
Head of Training Sec. for Personnel
Office. Also openings in Science &
rech. Div. for Asst. Chief, Project Su-
pervisor, Biblio. & Sci. Specialists,
Slavic. Sci. Acquisition Specialist, and
Science Specialist.
Please contact General Din., Bureau
of Appts., 3200 SAB, Ext. 3544 for fur-
ther information.
[he following part-time jobs are
available. Applications for these jobs
can be made in the Part-time Place-
ment Office, 2200 SAB, Monday thru
Friday 8 a.m. til 12 noon and 1:30 til
5 p.m.
Employers desirous of hiring at -
dents for part-time or full-time te7-
porary work, should contact Jack Lar-
die, NO 3-1511, ext. 3553.
Students desiring miscellaneous, odd
jobs -"should consult the bulletin board
in Room 2200, daily.
2-Production help, making donuts.
Hours 9-12 noon or 4-8 p.m., 5 to 7
days per week.
1-Busboy, 12:00-2:00, five days per
week. I
1-Pianist, Thurs., Friday and Satur-
day evenings.
4-Salesmen, sell china & silverware,
good commission.
3-Salesmen, sell college sportswear for
2-Psych. experiments.
-Several salesmen to sell magazines.
1-Engineering student, must be a
junior, background in radioisotope.
2-3-Ambulance drivers & attendants,
experienced in first aid. Night hours
available, 7 nights per week.
1--Cashier, 9 a.m.-5 p.m., Monday &
4-Full-time waitresses, hours flexible.
1-Pianist, Thurs., _ Friday & Saturday
2-Waitresses, 12-2:00 p.m., Monday
thru Friday.
2-Babysitting & light housework,
hours flexible for school year.
1-Psych. experiment.
3-Counter work, washing shelves, etc.
Mornings or afternoons, thru the
school year.

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DRUM SET, Gretch broadcaster, 5 unit;
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Piano and Organ Co., 213 E. Washing-
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DIAMONDS-Several beautiful stones-
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APARTMENT portable washer with au-
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1955 CADILLAC ELDORADO convertible,
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PORTABLE 17" G.E. Television, $90.
Call after 5 p.m., NO 2-4393. B40
'59, BLUE VESPA, good condition. Call
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58 T.R.-3, black, wire wheels, white
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GREAT DANE. Male fawn. 9 wk. A.K.C.
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1960 VW CONVERTIBLE 11,000 miles,
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TUXEDO, $100 lampblack tux-worn
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MOTOR SCOOTER, 1957 Lambretta,
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'57 Mercedez-Benz 190 SL. Black, new
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FOR SALE-3 Ben Hogan woods (1, 2%,
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for peace plan of 8,000 startling words.
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. . . Religion must be the cause of
fellowship and love, If it becomes the
cause of estrangement then it is not
Baha'i Writings
Baha'i student meetings every Friday at
8:00 p.m. at 418 Lawrence. Cali 663-
2904 for transportation or information.

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