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October 17, 1961 - Image 2

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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

foreign Alumni Achieve
Worldwide Recognition

GI BENEFITS:
Number of Veterans Using Aid Drops

We ore now
DeliveringW
DOMINICK'S
PIZZA and SUBS
NO 2-5414

He has since been engaged int
similar reclamation projects. t
Paul Magnus, '49M, and William1
Magnus, '49M, are currently two1
of the ,best doctors in the West1
Indies, Klinger says. They are
both working about 20 hours a day
and are on the staff of severalt
hospitals.
Famous Architect
G. D. Su, '30A&D, is at present
one of the most successful archi-
tects in the Far East. He fled from
Canton after the Chinese revolu-
tion and is now a Hong Kong mil-
lionaire.
Prof. Wells Bennett, Dean Emer-
itus of the architecture and design
college, visited him last spring and
recalls that Su was "very highly
regarded" professionally and was
handling very difficult and modern
school, office and housing projects
in boom-town Hong Kong.
Another prominent Far Eastern
architect is Charles Correa,
'53A&D. He is currently designing
the Ghandi Memorial Museum in.
Delhi
Hazel Lin, '38, from Fuchau,
China, is a successful author. "The
Physicians," published in 1951, was
printed in 14 languages, while
"The Moon Vow" won for her in
1958 the Pageant Press best book
award.
Some University foreign student
alumni are also in the foreground
in the education field. During the
last decade the presidency of the
University of Seoul was held by
two University alumni in a row.
The University of Philippines,
International Christian University
in Tokyo and Chulalongkorn Uni-
versity, the Thai school where the
Peace Corps trainees will go, are
Ssubstantiallystaffed by alumni.

The number of veterans receiv-
ing aid in financing their educa-
tion through GI benefits dropped
approximately 40 per cent from
last year at the University as it
has throughout the nation, R.
Emmett Turner,supervisor of the
office of veterans affairs, said
R. MV. FitzGerAld, manager of
the Veterans Administration re-
gional office in Detroit, explains
this drop by pointing out that the
bill applies only to veterans dis-
charged between June 27, 1950 and
January 31, 1955, and that their
ORGANIZATION
NOTICES
Chess Club, Meeting, Oct. 18, 7:30
p m., Union, Rm. 3K-L. Beginners
taught, competition for experts. Every-
one welcome.
* s #
Congregational Disciples E & R Stu-
dent Guild, Luncheon Discussion, "Re-
sponsibility Beyond Self to Others," Oct.
17, 12 Noon, ,802 Monroe.
German Club, Coffee Hour, German
conversation & music, Oct. 18, 2-4 p.m.,
4072 FB.
Newman Club, Oct. 18, 8 p.m., New-
man Center. Speaker: Prof. Copley on
e. e. cummings: "i thank you God.'
* * *
U. of M. Folk Dancers, Meeting, In-
struction & Dancing, Oct. 17, 7:30 p.m.,
1429 Hill.
* * *
Wesley Foundation: Holy Communion
followed by breakfast, Oct. 18, 7 a.m.,
Meth. Church, Chapel; Class on Chris-
tian Faith, Oct. 18, 7 p.m., Meth.
Church, Pine Rm.
Women's Senate, Weekly Meeting,
Oct. 17, 4:15 pm., League.
* * *
WAA Rifle Club, Beginning of in-
struction prior to tournament, all wom-
en eligible, no experience necessary,
Oct. 17, 7 p.m., WAB Basement.

eligibility terminates eight years
after their discharge date
Consequently fewer persons are
now eligible for aid, since the
time limit has disqualified all
those discharged by! the fall of
1953.
Last year 250,000 persons were
enrolled in the nation's colleges
and universities under the Korean
GI Bill; this year there are only
130,000.
Only 391 are enrolled under the
Korean Bill at the University this.
year whereas about 600 were last
year, Turner said.
Of the 500 orphans presently re-

ceiving aid in Michigan under the
War Orphans Educational Act,
passed in 1956, 42 of them are en-
rolled at the University.
Wyatt, McKeachie
To Discuss Book
Professors Frederick Wyatt and
Wilbert McKeachie of the pys-
chology dpeartment will discuss
"Psychology of Religion" at the
Student Government Council read-
ing and discussion seminar at 7:15
p.m. today in the Honors Lounge
of the Undergraduate Library.

[COMING OCT. 27 I

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JOANBAEZ
"An achingly pure soprano voice."
High Fidelity
"A major new folk singing taleut."
Saturday Review
"I was enthralled!"
Nat Hentoff, The Reporter
"Sends one'scurrying for superla-
tives." N. Y. Times
ANN ARBOR HIGH
Tickets $2.75 -2.25 -1.75
On Sale At
THE DISC SHOP
1210 S. University
HI F1 & TV CENTER
304 S. Thayer

STUDENT GOVERNMENT COUNCIL

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STUDENT GOVE RNM ENTCOU NCIL
READING and DISCUSSION
Seminar: Psychology of Religion
Primary Book: The Future of an Illusion
by.Sigmund Freud

must notify Prof. Herbert H. Paper
(2031 Angell Hall, ext. 3236), in writ-
ing, not later than Oct. 25. Students
are asked to specify the field in which
they expect to be examined.
All Teacher's Certificate Candidates:
The Teacher's Certificate application' is
due at the beginning of the junior
year. It should be turned in to the
School of Education, 1203 University
High School, by Nov. 1.
Agenda Student Government Council
Oct. 18, 7:30 p.m., Council Room
Constituents' Time 9:00
Minutes of .previous meeting.
Officer reports: President, Letters,
Announcenments; Exedutive Vice-Presi-
dent; Adrinistrative Vice-President,
Early Registration Passes; Treasurer,
Student' Loan Committee.
Standing Committees: Committee on
Student Activities, Committee on Stu-
dent Concerns.
Ad Hoc Committees and Related
Boards.
Special Business.
Old Business.
New Business:' Women's Residence
Halls Evaluations.
Constituents' and Members' Time.
Announcements.
Adjournment.
Student Government Council an-
nounces approval for the following stu-;
dent sponsored activity. Approval be-
comes effective twenty-four (24) hours
after the publication of this notice.
All publicity for these events must be
withheld until the approval has be-
come effective.
Oct. 28-Inter-Quadrangle Council-As-
sembly Association, IQC-Asesmbly Show,
Hill Auditorium, 8:00 p.m.
Nov. 3-International Student Asso-
ciation, International Ball, Union Ball-
room, 9:00, p.m.
Nov. 15-Women's League, Panel Dis-
cussion, "So You Want to Travel to
Europe?", ,League, Vandenburg Room,
7:30 p.m.
Dec. 5-Women's League, Panel Dis-
cussion, "So You Want to Study
Abroad?", League, Vandenburg Room,
I 7:30 p.m.

Foreign Visitor s
Following are the foreign visitors who
will be on the campus this week on the
dates Indicated.
Program arrangements are being made
by the International Center: Mrs. Clif-
ford R. Miller.
Dr. I. G. Meddleton (accompanied by
his wife), Research Dept., Faculty of
Education, UniV. of Queensland,
Queensland, Australia, Oct. 12-17.
Miss Suthilak Ambhanwong,,Chief
Librarian of Chulalongkorn Univ., Bang-
kok, Thailand, Oct. 15-22.
Dr. Abdul-Moneim Nasser El-Shafei,
Under-Secretary of State for Social Af-
fairs and Labor, UAR, Egypt, Oct. 15-
18.
Dr. Fatma Hafez Abdine (Mrs. Ab-
dul-Moneim Nasser El-Shafei), Assoc.
Professor of Pathology, Faculty of Med-
icine, Cairo Univ., Cairo, Egypt, Oct.
15-18.
Dr. Michael Grant (accompanied by
his wife), President and Vice Chan-
cellor of Queen's Univ., - Belfast, No.
Ireland, Oct. 17-20.
Major-General Dr. Bancha Minetra-
kinetra (accompanied by his wife),
Dean, Faculty of Journalism and School
Administration, Thammasat Univ.; Dep-
uty Superintendent for Civil Subjects
of National Defense College, Bangkok,
Thailand, Oct. 17-20.
Milentije Popovic (accompanied by
the following:), Member, Federal Exec-
utive Council; Pres., Federal Council for
Scientific Work; Member of the Fed-
eral Commission for Nuclear Energy,
Belgrade, Yugoslavia, Oct. 18.
Branko Rakovic, Engineer and Aide,
Oct. 18.
Frank Raknic, Secretary and Interpre-
ter, Oct. 18.
J. Norman Hanley, Foreign Service
(Continued on Page 4)

Leaders - PROF. F. WYATT, Psych. Dept.
PROF. W. McKEACH IE, Psych. Dept.
Tuesday. Oct. 17--7:15
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