THE MICHIGAN DAILY
TUESDAY, DECEMBER I2,
TWO THE MICHIGAN DAILY TUESDAY, DECEMBER 12,
IMPLEMENT YOUTHFUL IDEALISM':
Kelly Views Peace Corps Aims
Challenge Holds Panel
On Peace Movement
Confirming that the position of
Peace Corps selections director has
been offered to him, Prof. E. Low-
ell Kelly, chairman of the psychol-
ogy department, said yesterday
that he has not yet "accepted the
The announcement first came
when Peace Corps director R. Sar-
gent Shriver, Jr. said recently that
the new selections director will
be the chairman of the Universi-
ty's psychology department.
Prof. Kelly, viewing the corps
and his possible role in it, said,
"What the Peace Corps is trying
to do is to implement the idealism
of American youth by giving them
an opportunity to do good work."'
Prof. Kelly began a year's
sabbatical leave in September. He
has spent these months serving as
a Peace Corps consultant on .a
"The selections director is re-
sponsible for both policies of selec-
tion and the basis of implement-
ing these," he explained.
"We are doing the best we know
how at the moment. I would not
change the selections tests until
we have more information about
the results of present criteria,"
Prof. Kelly commented.
To learn how the Corpsmen are
acclimating themselves to their
new lives abroad, the selections di-
rector is also in charge, of receiv-
Willopolitan, the Alpha Phi
Omega-run bus service to Metro-
politan and Willow Run airports,
will function again on Dec. 15.
Tickets and bus schedules are
on sale at the fishbowl.
available," he said.
PROF. E. LOWELL KELLY
.. . corps selector?
ing and analyzing "feedback data
from the field," he said. This in-
forms him how each individual
is personally adjusting to his job
and how the host-nations are re-
ceiving their guests.
Request More Units
"This is working out better than
anyone had hoped: countries are
asking for more Peace Corps
units," Prof. Kelly said.
He commented on the post-
card incident in which a Peace
Corps girl described conditions in
Nigeria and aroused public opin-
ion and led to her return to the
United States saying it was a
"good newspaper story."
"It was unfortunate that it oc-
curred, but it certainly isn't typi-
cal. In fact, it has welded the
Corps group there and the Niger-
ian students together and Nigeria
has since asked for more units,"
The Peace Corps sends groups
only to those nations which in-
vite them and who request the
volunteers for appropriate tasks.
"There are many more volunteers
Both the quality and number of
applicants to the Corps is high,
Prof. Kelly explained, but "we
don't always have the right num-
ber of qualified people in each
"So far the majority of volun-
teers abroad are teachers with
college degrees. My impression is!
that well over one-half of our
applicants are college students,"
Prof. Kelly said.
One of the main tasks facing
the Peace Corps is the evaluation
of its training program.
Screened for Loyalty
Before acceptance by the Corps,
each volunteer is screened for loy-
alty to the United States. How-
ever, Prof. Kelly said, this has
nothing to do with selection.
"Corpsmen are subject to the
same security checks as any other
civil servant. The screening is pre-
scribed by the legislation estab-
lishing the Peace Corps."
Beta Alpha Psi, Dinner Meeting, Dec.
12, 6:45 p.m., League.
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Chess Club, Meeting, Dec. 13, 7:30
p.m., Union, Em. 3M-N. Everyone wel-
German Club, Grand Xmas Celebra-
aion--Carol Singing, Nativity, Play, Ger-
man Xmas Cookies, Dec. 12, 7:30 pm.,
Union Ballroom. Guest performers: De-
troit Madrigal Circle under Joachim
Matthesius. "Herzlich wlllkommen";
Coffee Hour-German Conversation-
Xmas Music, Dec. 13, 2-4 p.m., 4072 FB.
Sociedad Hispanica, Xmas Party, Dec.
12, 8 p.m., 3050 FB. Spanish Xmas mu-
sic, refreshments, pinata Vengan to-
U. of M Folk Dancers, Meeting, In-
struction & Dancing, Dec. 12, 7:30
p.m., 1429 Hill St.
Ullr Ski Club, Meeting, Movie, Re-
freshments--All Welcome, Dec. 13,,7:30
p.m., Union, Rm. 3G.
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Wesleyan Guild, Holy Communion
followed by Breakfast, Dec. 13, 7 a.m.,
Methodist Church Chapel.
Women's senate, Weekly Meeting,
Dec. 12, 4:15 p.m., League, in the "Cave."
CONCRETE CANOPY-An artist's drawing shows the proposed
$10,000 canopy to be erected on the Union's north entrance. The
cantalevered construction will shelter Union guests from the
elements as thex disembark from automobiles and buses.
U.S .Asks More Funds
To AdA frican Students
By JILL HAMBERG
Challenge concluded this semes-
ter's program Sunday afternoon
with a discussion of "Student Ac-
tion Opportunities for Peace."
The seminar included presenta-
tions by Prof. Leslie Kish of the
geography department, Reuben
Chapman, Grad., and Sharon Jef-
frey, '63, and considered recent
developments in the peace move-
ment and various national and
campus groups working for peace.
Reuben Chapman first gave a
broad picture of peace activities
by listing them in three groups.
One, he said, is research. The
Conflict Resolution Center at the
University and the Peace Research
Center in California were cited
as examples of continuous, high-
level research into the field of
Projects such as the peace vigil,
and the Veterans Day assembly
constitute a second level of ac-
tivity. Continuing programs which
provide peace literature, organize
study groups and train persons
working for peace is a third type,
Miss Jeffrey explained the Voice
peace program, noting the edu-
cational and action plans of the
group. A possible panel discussion
on conscientious objectors bringing
together both objectors and mili-
tary men is in the planning stage.
A summary of the activities of
the Committee for a Sane Nuclear
Policy in the Ann Arbor area was
given by Proft Kish. For the past
two years, SANE has been fairly
active, presenting speakers and
gathering signatures for petitions.
Prof. Kish emphasized that the
group has a broad platform which
is subject to change with fluctua-
tions in the world situation. '
Chapman described the Student
Peace Union, the only national
student group primarily concerned
with peace. He noted that SPU is
critical of both sides in the cold
Alpha Phi Omega again of-
fers you--W ILLOPOLITAN.
Seven chartered buses will
be taking students to Wil-
low Run and Metropolitan
airports all day. If you are
stuck for a ride, don't pay
the premium price. - take
WILLOPOLITAN. Pick up
your tickets in the Mason-
Haven Hall lobby between
8:30 and 3:30 any day
The State Department's office
for educational and cultural af-
fairs is seeking to co-ordinate and
increase financial aid to sub-
Sahara African college students
studying in the United States.
Education manpower is urgently
needed in the newly independent
African nations, a State Depart-
ment report points out. Until
greater facilities can be developed
in Africa, students must go abroad
for advanced training.
Their immediate need is for in-
creased financial support that will
assure them of the opportunity to
complete their education.
Although the response to the
African's needs by private organ-
izations, colleges and universities
has been "prompt and generous,"
the report states that it has proven
"inevitably uncoordinated" and
The second session of the sem-
inar on a United Nations univer-
sity will consider "The Concept
of a UN University," at 7:30 to-
night in room 3529 SAB.
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At 21, actress Nancy Sinatra is on
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about another star in the family.
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