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V, DECEMBER 14,'1961

THE MICHIGAN DAILY

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SPEAKING IN FRENCH:
Seminars Aid ACWR Goals

For Direct Classified Ad Service, Phone NO 2-4786
from 1:00 to 3:00 P.M. Monday through Friday,and Saturday 9:30 'till 11:30A.M.

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By SANDRA SANDELL

"We feel that our foreign lan-
guage seminars are a step towards
several of the goals of Americans
Committed to World Responsibil-
ity," said Sandy Gilden, '63, the
organization's secretary.
The seminars bring to those who
attend information concerning the
problems of underdeveloped na-
tions. They also help bridge the
gap that now exists between
Americans and international stu-
dents," Miss Gilden said.
The seminars are conducted en-
tirely in French, have centered on
the Algerian question and on Af-
ricans' impressions of the United
States.
Idea Originated
The idea for the discussions
originated at an ACWR meeting in
October, where the Crossroads
Africa project was discussed.

Several Africans wanted to ask
questions of the participants in
the program but did not feel com-
petant enough in English. Finally,
one of them began to ask ques-
tions in French, which were trans-
lated and answered. It was felt
that seminars held in French
would enable these students to
exchange ideas.
The members on the first panel
on Africans' views of the United
States and of Americans were
Kaffi Yame, Spec, from the Ivory
Coast and Felix Maukoko, Spec,
of the Cameroons. The audience,
half of which were Africans, took
an active part in the discussion.
Covers Algeria
The second seminar covered the
Algerian problem from the Al-
gerian, Guinean and French view-
points. The participants included
Norodin Ait-Doussine, Spec, from

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Algeria, Prof. Jean Carduner of
the romance languages depart-
ment, and Fode Carera, Grad, of
Guinea.
"The seminars are not intended
to be debates, but discussions bas-
ed on the exchange of ideas," Miss
Gilden explained.
The atmosphere of the sessions
has contributed to their success.
Due to the interplay between the
audience and the panel, all those
attending have felt themselves to
be an integral part of the discus-
sion. People in the audience have
given speeches as long as those
by panel members, she said.
Seminars Aid Students
Miss Gilden also said that the
seminars have helped the inter-
national students feel at home
and have given them knowledge
that should prove to be useful
when they return to Africa. At the
discussions they can speak in their
national languages and conse-
quently feel freer and more com-
petent.
The Africans are glad to see that
American students are interested
in the problems that are so near
to them and are willing to discuss
them in the Africans' national
language. English Language In-
stitute students gain particularly
because they have less contact
with the campus than other stu-
dents, she said.-
Series Will Continue
The series on Africa will con-
tinue into next semester and will
include such topics as: African-
American relations, United States
foreign policy toward Africa,
emerging nations, aspects of Af-
rican cultures, African unity, and
the Congo situation.
Groups To Hold
Christmas Sing
A Christmas carol sing will be
held at 8:O p.m. today on the
Diag.
Groups participating in the sing
will be the men's glee club, the
Pserfs, the Friars, the University
Brass Band, and Alpha Xi Delta
sorority.
ORGANIZATION
NOTICES
Baha'i Student Group, Weekly Dis-
cussion, Open to All, Dec. 15, 8 p.m.,
418 Lawrence. Call 663-2904 for informa-
tion & transportation.
* * *
Lutheran Student Assoc., Advent
Service, 7:15-7:50 p.m., Xmas Party giv-
en by Rev. & Mrs. Yoder, 8-11 p.m., Dec.
14, Lutheran Student Chapel, Hill & S.
Forest Ave.
Sailing Club, Meeting, Dec. 14, 7:45
p.m., 311 W. Engineering..

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FOR SALE : Piano at $20 and 1953
Dodge Wagon at $60, Call NO 3-9418.
B46
GOLF CLUBS for sale, 4 Wilson woods.
For information, call Chuck Newton
at 5-9471. B45
BOY'S ICE SKATES, size 6, $5; Girl's
ice skates, size 3, $5. Call NO 2-4736.
CHRISTMAS CARDS
Imprinted with your name
25 for $1.98 and up
quick service
ULRICH'S BOOKSTORE
-B43
LADY'S Raccoon Coat-size 12, good
condition. $39. Call 3-0680. B40
FOR CHRISTMAS GIFTS
Portable transistor or clock radios $17
Transistorized Tape Recorders $77
19" Portable Televisions $119.50
Sunbeam Shavemaster $22.00
H. P. JOHNSON & CO.
209-211 S. Fourth . NO 3-4124
B41
MEN'S WEAR-Dress Gloves $1.00 & up.
Flannel Trousers $3.95 & up. Rubber
Galoshes $3.65 & up. Dress Shirts
$1.88 & up. Sweaters-al styles $4.99
& up.
SAM'S STORE
122 E. Washington
B42
DIAMONDS-Charles Reaver Co. is of-
fering for sale estate and imported
diamonds. For appointment call NO
2-5685 after 6 P.M. , M2
FRESH CUT Christmas trees, pine, bal-
sum, spruce, table top trees, apt.
size., 537 Detroit, NO 8-9712. B31
REFRIGERATORS annd ranges - apt.
sized. $25 each. Call days NO 5-9114,
evenings NO 3-0434. B22
Helpmaned-Female
BABYSITTER for 2 children, ages 5, 2.
Some house work. Tues., Thurs. and
Fridays. Pittsfield Village area. Own
transportation, NO 2-0491. Hll
SECRETARY wanted five mornings or
five afternoons per week, small of-
fice, pleasant surroundings. Write full
particulars to Box No. 24. H10
ATTENTION ROTC
OFFICERS' SHOES
Army-Navy Oxfords -$7.95
Socks 39c Shorts 69c
Military Supplies
SAM'S STORE
122 E. WASHINGTON W6

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HI-Fl, PHONO TV, and radio repair.
Clip this ad for free pickup and de-
livery. Campus Radio and TV, 325 E.
Hoover. NO 5-6644. J24
A-1 New and Used Instruments
BANJOS, GUITARS AND BONGOS
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and down your spine? Then send
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Day. For Mother, Dad and sister Sue,,
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THE
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Re-sale Shop

FURNISHED - 5-Room Apartment.
Ground floor. For couple. NO 2-2625.
C36
DELUXE modernly furnished 4-rm.
apartment for 3, adjacent to campus.
Available Feb. 1. Call NO 3-0511 in
daytime or NO 5-6063 after 5 P.M. C35
NEWLY FURNISHED APT. Free utils.
Parking. NO 2-7409. C33
APT. TO SUBLET through Aug.
modern, 1 bdrm, tiled bath, most
utilities. Immediate possession, $90.
Call NO 5-0177 after 7. C32
NEWLY DECORATED furnished apt.
for 2 male students. Near campus.
Call NO 2-7160 after 5. C29
PLEASANT ROOM available Feb. 1.
Call NO 2-1443. C30
LOT PARKING available. Call NO 2-
1443. C31
TWO-CAR shelters available at 1022
Forest. Call NO 2-5035 after 6 p.m. C22
FOR RENT--Three-bedroom house in
Eberwhite school area. $120 month.
Gas heat. Available Dec. 15. Call NO
2-4736. C
THREE bedroom house near Pittsfield
Village. Carpeting, garage, and rec-
reation room. Available Feb. 15. $125
per month. Cali NO 2-2942 after 5.
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America is a great country. America's cities are full of houses.
America's forests are full of trees. America's rivers are full of
water. But it is not houses and trees and water that make
America great; it is curiosity--the constant quest to find
answers-the endless, restless "Why?" "Why?" "Why?".
Therefore, when I was told that Marlboro was a top seller
at colleges from USC to Yale, I was not content merely to
accept this gratifying fact, I had to find out why.
I bied myself to campuses in every sector of this mighty land.
First, I went to the Ivy League-dresse., of course, in an
appropriate costume: a skull-and-bones in one hand, a triangle
in the other, a mask-and-wig on my head, a hasty pudding in
my chops. "Sir," I cried, seizing an Ivy Leaguer by the lapels,
which is no mean task considering the narrowness of Ivy League
lapels, but, I, fortunately, happen to have little tiny hands; in
fact, I spent the last war working in a small arms plant where, I
am proud to say, I was awarded a Navy "E" for excellence and
won many friends-"Sir," I cried, seizing an Ivy Leaguer by the
lapels, ."how come Marlboro is your favorite filter cigarette?,"

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GOING EAST? Riders wanted to share
expenses. Will stop in Albany, Spring-
field, or Worcester on way to Rhode
Island. Cali Don, NO 5-9495.
RIDE. NEEDED to Chicago on Friday.
Call NO 8-6281. M7
WANTED: 1953 or '54 Ford convertible.
Cash immediately. Call NO 3-8627
after 7. M8
WANTED-Riders to Metropolitan air-
port 4:15 on Friday, call Roger, 3-2145.
M5
GOOD USED SKI equipment for 2 men
average height. Call D35, Law Club.
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MAGAZINES-for special student and
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J5
BEFORE you buy a class ring, look at
the official Michigan ring. Burr-Pat-
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"I'm glad you asked that question, Shorty," he replied.
'Marlboro is my favorite filter cigarette because it is the filter
cigarette with the unfiltered taste."
"Oh, thank you, sir!" I cried and ran posthaste to several
campuses in the Big Ten, wearing, of course, the appropriate
costume: a plaid Mackinaw, birling boots, a Kodiak bear and
frost-bitten ears.
Spying an apple-cheeked young coed, I tugged my forelock
and said, "Excuse me, miss, but how come Marlboro is your
favorite filter cigarette?"
"I'm glad you asked that question, Shorty," she replied.
"Marlboro is my favorite filter cigarette because the flavor is
flavorful, the flip-top box flips and the soft-pack is soft."
"Oh, thank you, apple-cheeked young coed," I cried and
bobbed a curtsey and sped as fast as my little fat legs would
carry me to several campuses in the Southwest, wearing, of
course, the appropriate costume: chaps, canteen, and several oil
leases. Spying a group of undergraduates singing "Strawberry
Roan," I removed my hat and said, "Excuse me, friends, but
why is Marlboro your favorite filter cigarette?"
"We are glad you asked that question, Shorty," they replied.,
"Marlboro is our favorite filter cigarette because we, native sons
and daughters of the wide open spaces, want a cigarette that is
frank and forthright and honest. We want, in short, Marlboro."
"Oh, thank you, all," I cried and, donning a muu muu, I set

MERRY CHRISTMAS
HAPPY NEW YEAR
from DANIELS
201 South Main Street
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