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PAGE TWO

THE MICHIGAN DAILY

FRIDAY. Nt)VF, Plt I .N. 1410

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ANTARCTICA:
Gould Lauds IGY
As Research Model

Low Funds EXPANDS COMMITTEE:

By JOHN MEREDITH J
The International Geophysical
Year is important both for its
magnificent scientific achieve-.
ments and for the model it pro-
vides for international coopera-
tion, Prof. Laurence M. Gould of
the University of Arizona explain-
ed yesterday.
freshmen Plan
Frosh Friday
"The program for Frosh Week-
end has not been too successful
for the last few years, so we're
planning a new activity called
Frosh Friday," Kathy Kridler, '65,
coo-rdinating vice-president of the
Michigan League, said yesterday.
For the first time, the Michigan
Union and the League are co-
sponsoring the' event, which Is
scheduled for April 10. In the past
only wowmen worked on the tra-
ditional Maize and Blue teams.
However, this year, Frosh Friday
will be co-educational..
There will be a mass meeting
for Frosh Friday at 7:15 p.m.
today in the League.

In delivering the annual Ermine
Coowles Case Memorial Lecture
Prof. Gould explained t h a t,
"Great as were the scientific
achievements of IGY, human and
social aspects will be much more
important."
Prof. Gould, who directed the
United States Antarctic program
during the IGY, is currently
chairman of the Polar Research
Commission and president of the
Science Committee on Antarctic
Research.
Speaking primarily on work in
Antarctica, he emphasized the im-
portance of continuation of uni-
fied research on this continent.
He called a treaty signed in 1958
which guaranteed the exclusive
use of Antarctica for peaceful pur-
poses and preserved scientific
freedom there "a breakfthrough
of major historical importance."
Antarctica is the world's great-
est geophysical laboratory outside
the atmosphere itself," he said.
"Discoveries on Antarctica during
the geophysical year are paralleled
only by those of space satellites."
The waters around Antarctica
are also peculiarly suited to the
study of oceanography, Prof.
Gould said.

Halt Plans
Of Bureau
"No money."
This problem, familiar to many
offices of the University, is pre-
venting the Bureau of School
Services from expanding its ac-
tivities, its director, Kent W.
Leach, commented in a recent in-
terview,
Last year at this time the bureau
was planning-and is still hoping
for-a national processing center
that would gather and study data
on all United States public, pri-
vate, elementary, and secondary
schools.
When the need was realized for
a national processing center re-
lating to public, private, elemen-
tary, and secondary schools the
bureau sought to undertake it.
The money was requested, and
none came.,

By MARY LOU BUTCHER
Student Government Council
approved appointments to its
Committees on Membership and
on Student Activities at its meet-
ing Wednesday night and also
agreed to expand from five to
seven the number of non-SGC
members of the Committee on
Student Activities.
Sharon Albrecht, '65, was ap-
pointed to the Committee on
Membership.
Evan Wilner, '65, was appoint-
ed chairman of the Committee on
Student Activities. Other ap-
pointments to this committee were
Judy Goldstein, '67; James Sines,
'65; Patricia Fleming, '65; Marc
Kahan, '67; David Kaner, 66; and
Michael Nichols, '64.
Update Booklet
In further action, Council man-
dated its Public Relations Board
to revise and update the SGC In-
formation Booklet for distribution

Council also heard a report from
Edwin Sasaki, Grad, on a survey
concerning the SGC exam file.
Sasaki noted that the results of
the survey indicate that there is
a need and a desire on the part of
students for an exam file, while,
I "in fact, the existing file is not
adequate."
File Knowledge
Of the 244 who returned the
questionnaires, distributed at the
undergraduate library two weeks
ago, 163 or 66 per cent were aware
of the existence of the SGC exam
file. However, only 58 or 35 per
cent of these students had ever
used it.
Of the students who had used
the file, only 16 or 27 per cent
had found the exam which they
were looking for, Sasaki pointed
out.
He also noted that questionnaire
results showed that there is a
demand for the exam file every}
day except Friday and Saturday.
UGLI Basement
Presently, the file, located in
the basement of the undergradu-
ate library, is open for use only on~
Thursday and Sunday nights from
7-10 p.m.
Sasaki noted that he, Sherry
Miller, '65, and President Russell
Epker, '64BAd, will meet with
Prof. Frederick H. Wagman, di-
rector of University libraries, in
the coming week to discuss the
possibilities of including the exam
file in the cloosed reserve system.
They will also discuss whether
this would require an additional
member of the library staff and
if so whether it would be feasible
foor SGC to finance his salary.

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"One of the finest films that Ann Arbor has seen this fall
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"The Leopard"

EDWIN SASAKI
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Leach showing that the bura u prior to, and at the beginning of

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has not been totally stagnant,
told of the transfer of information
on Michigan schools to the mo e
efficient IBM cards. From this
valuable reserve of information
studies are made each year on
varying topics concerning educa-
tion.
With the potential of a nation-
wide center, the bureau is still!
hoping to establish one in the
future, Leach stated.

the spring semester, 1964.
Counail then instructed the
board to "investigate new areas
for effective distribution of the
booklet, such as the freshman
orientation folder."
Honorary Group
Taps 'U' Womn
The Senior Society, a women's
honorary group, tapped senior
women last night for membership.
Those tapped were Carol Buffe,
Joyce Leix, Janice Hulka, Bonnie
Bone, Susan Cowden, Naomi Er-
win, Judy Hurst, Shirley Burgess,
Judy Lepofsky and Phyllis Swaize.

JOINT GLEE CLUB CONCERTS
MICHIGAN and OHIO STATE

Saturday,

November 23, 7:00 and 9:30

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$1.00, $1.50, $2.00
BLOCK ORDERS ON SALE TODAY
8:00-5:00 H i ll Aud.

UNIVERSITY
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CO NC ERTS
an evening of
Contemporary Humor
Jazz and Song
NEXT SATURDAY
November 23
8:30 U of D
Memorial Bldg.
The Dick
SHOW
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I"A man of histime-aware, critical
and deeply committed. But most of
all, he's just plain funny."

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MARGIE McCOY
Jazz impressions by
the Guaraldi Trio,
and the unique
voice of Miss McCoy.
Our Next Show
THE COMMITTEE
Improvised wit from
San Francisco
Saturday, March 7
UNIVERSITY1
OF DE-TROIT
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to show you sights that men have never seen!
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Dr. Lester J. Evans will speak
at 4:15 p.m, today in Rackham
Aud. on "Mendical and Health
Profession Education-Yesterday,
Today, Tomorrow." This is the
second lecture in the William J.
Cook series of lectures on Ameri-
can Institutions.
Other lectures in the series by
Dr. Evans include "What Makes
Human Biology Human," a dis-I
cussion of research in'education
and patient care and implications
for the behavioral sciences and
medical education, Nov. 18;
"'Organization of Medical Care
-The Health Team," on the broad3
range of services and institutions
required to assure complete pre-
ventive,, therapeutic and rehabili-
tative merical care, Nov. 20, and;
"The Future of University Ed-
ucation for the Health Profes-
sions," an examination of changes
in education for the health pro-
fessions which may be needed if'
that education is to keep pace,
with changing times and of its
role in the future.
This lecture will reveal wheth-
er universities will be able to re-
spond to the scientific forces pro-
pelling the nation into the future.
It will be presented Nov. 22.
Perception . . .
Prof. Robert B. Zajonc of the
psychology department and Re-
search Center for Group Dynamics
will speak on the "Role of Per-
ception in Behavior Theory" at
4:15 p.m. today in Aud. B.
MUFUN . . .
The Michigan Union will pre-
sent its second MUFUN night of
the year tonight when the Union
billiards room, bowling alley and
ping pong room will be open to
couples at half-price. Previous to
this year, women had never been
permitted in the billiards and ping
pong rooms.
Carnival . .
The University Players will pre-
sent Jean Anouilh's comedy,
"Thieves Carnival," 8 p.m. today,
in Lydia Mendelssohn Theatre.
IIFC Sing . . .
The Interfraternity Council will
present its annual IFC Sing today
at 8 p.m. in Hill Aud. Featured
will be nine fraternity-sorority

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combinations with Wade and the
Nationals providing intermission
music.
Folk Sing ..
The Ann Arbor Area Fair Hous-
ing Association CORE in coopera-
tion with the Human Relations "
Board will hold a Folk Sing to-
night at 8:30 p.m. at the Friend's
Center, 1416 Hill St. A donation of
50 cents will go to the AAAFHA-
CORE Legal Defense Fund.
PTP Play..,
The Professional Theatre Pro-
gram's Association of Producing
Artists will present Pirandello's
"Right You Are (If You Think
Yol Are)" at 8:30 p.m. today in
Trueblood Aud.
Theology .. .
Dean Milton C. Froyd, of the
Colgate Rochester Divinity School,
will speak at 1 p.m. today in the
Union Ballroom on "What is a
Theological Education?" in con-
nection with the Conference on
Vocations in Religion, sponsored
by the Office of Religious Affairs.

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