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February 10, 1961 - Image 16

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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

Bowles Cites Need
For Self-Assertion

CHESTER BOWLES
.commencement speech
He said that regardless of what
we do we must not become so pre-
occupied with the forces and
counterforces within China and
Russia that we neglect to do the
great things we are able to do
among the majority of mankind
for whom Communism is still an
unappealing and foreign ideology.
"We know that man is sur-
rounded by universal beliefs and
lives for a purpose. We have no
need to discover and invent new
principles or ideologies to live by.
'U' Sets Plan
To Register'
Motorecycles
Motor bicycles motor scooters,
and motorcycles used on campus
second semester must be register-
ed with the Office of Student Af-
fairs in Rm. 3011, Student Activi-
ties Building.
Evidence of insurance must be
presented and $2 will be charged'
for the semester.
One area for parking of motor-
ized cycles has been established--
the corners of the triangle be-
tween Packard, Thompson, and
Madison Streets .may be used un-
til spring vacation. Further areas
will be designated soon, accord-
ing to Mark G. Noffsinger of the
dean of men's office.
Unregistered or improperly
parked cycles will be ticketed by
the University patrol after Febru-
ary 13.

ROUNDUP:
MSU Joins
New Group
On Africa
By FAITH WEINSTEIN
EAST LANSING-A new pro-
gram, offering Michigan State
University students the chance to
work with African students, will
begin this summer, Homer Highee,
assistant dean of international
programs announced recently.
Under the auspices of Opera-
tion Crossroads Africa, a nation-
al organization, students will go
to Africa to participate in com-
munity projects with African stu-
dents. The MSU students will go
to Nigeria, where MSU is con-
ducting a technical assistance
project, and will work there for
approximately two months.
HAVANA - Protest bombings,
mass meetings and student strikes
racked Havana this week, as anti-
Castro demonstrations hit the pri-
vate secondary schools in the city.
Castro called for a "demonstra-
tion of solidarity," from the pro-
Castro "Association of Young Reb-
els" who wede urged to "march
against counter-revolutionary ob-
stacles with your books held
high!"
The anti-Castro students, who
use as their emblem the fish sym-
bol of, the persecuted Christians
of ancient Rome, went on strike
this week-walking out of schools,
exploding small protest bombs in
suburban Mirimar and on the uni-
versity campus.
Parochial and private schools
were virtually emptied by the
strike, although the public schools
held normal classes.
MEXICO CITY-University of
Mexico students, who have been
holding a sit-down strike against
the new director, Ignacio Chavez,
gave up their protest last week.
The students gave back the
buildings they had seized and held
for week, but declared that
their opposition to Chavez was not
ended. University administrators
said classes would resume imme-
diately.
s . *
PORT-AU-PRINCE, Haiti - All
students in Haitian high schools
were searched on entering school
this week, due to violent student
protest to the government.
Three state high - schools, and
the new Epsicopalian St. Pierre
College were hit by bombs last
week, and six children were in-
jured by the explosion.
ANN ARBOR - "Since World
War II, revision of Japan's edu-
cational system has made col-
lege available to everyone," Dr.
Nobumoto Ohama, president of
Tokyo's Waseda University, said,
Nobumoto, who visited the Uni-
versity two weeks ago, said he is
able to accept only a fraction of
the 75,000 students who annually
apply to Waseda.

U U

The action was the result of a
'Aoi t e us !meeting of the board of tute
V o d ®e U Sunanimous vote at the annua
which sets policy for the school.
Buy Your Textbooks as Soon as You Are Classified A university spokesman said nc
As for Books by Course Numbers Negroes had applied for admris'
Ask for 44kSby OUCS NumersSion for the second semester
We Have Advanced Textbook Information which beganlast Monday
The university has about 13,004
students and is the largest inde
Every advance sale guaranteed to be right pendent university in the South
east.
or your money will be cheerfully refunded.
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