THE MICHIGAN DAILY
President Meets Students
OPEN'. HOUSE-University President and Mrs. Hatcher opened
their home yesterday to University students. Those who attended
not only had the opportunity to meet personally President Hatch-
er, but also heard the Friars. The Friars are a small group within
the Michigan Men's Glee Club noted for its repertoire of novelty
songs. The Hatcher teas, sponsored by the Michigan Union, are
held six times a year.
Mildred Webber of the Bureau
of Appointments yesterday denied
rumors that peace corps applica-
tions are available at the Univer-
The notice that appeared in the
Daily Official Bulletin Tuesday
was placed by the Bureau on the
basis of misinformation, she said.
Applications will probably not be
available locally for about two
In Washington, peace corps of-
ficials said 15,000 letters had been
received, including 6,000 that ar-
rived before President John F.
Kennedy's formal announcement
of the project last week.
The corps' public information
officer, Edwin Bayley, Tuesday
denied a charge by Rep. William
S. Broomfield (R-Mich) that ap-
plicants were required to get poli-
tical elearapee from local Demo-
cratic circles. "There will cer-.
tainly be no political test applied
to any young persons who want
to work in the corps," he said.
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