THE MICHIGAN DAILY
rof. Selim To Talk On Arab Problems
SGC To Check Homecoming Rules
By MICHAEL BURNS
Prof. Hussein Kamel Selim, di-
rector bf the Arab Information
Center in Washington, will speak
on "Arab_ Problems Before the
United Nations General Assembly"
Tuesday at '8 p.m. in Rackham
Brought here by the University
Arab Club, Prof. Selim is a native
of Egypt and graduated in geo-
graphy from Liverpool University,
After his. graduation, he was
'dean of the commerce faculty and'
later vice-president of Cairo Uni-
versity. He was also a member of
the Egyptian Geographic Society
Executive Council and was Under
Secretary of the Egyptian Ministry
of Information until retirement in
Prof. Selim has represented
Egypt at several Geographic Con-
gresses and has made five visits
to the United States before his
assignment here. He was a mem-
ber of the Egyptian Delegation to
the United Nations Fifth General
Assembly, has made several radio
appearances and lectured on Egypt
and the Middle East 'in many
American universities in 1952.
"Incentive in Rats" will be the
topic discussed in a psychology col-
loquium at 4:15 pam. tomorrow in
Aud. B Angell Hall.
Speaker for the colloquium is
Prof. Frank Logan- of the Psy-
chology Department at Yale Uni-
A committee to investigate
Homecoming display procedures
was established by Student Gov-
ernment Council at their meeting
* This committee will make Sug-
gestions to the Council for im-
proving the methods of petitioning
for displays and the general opera-
tion of the Homecoming commit-
Assembly President Joan Comia-
no, '61, in proposing the study com-
mittee, pointed out the mix-up
which occurred this year with re-
gard to petitions which were ac-
cepted before the scheduled time
and in methods used in selecting
which housing unit should receive
permission to use an idea dupli-
cated by several other groups.
There has been much criticism
of "prejudging" display ideas by
the petitioning committee in de-
ciding which early petitioners'
ideas to accept and 'which to dis-
qualify, Miss Comiano said.
In case a group feels that it has
been unfairly treated by the dis-
play committee, there is no other
body to appeal to except that com-
mittee which made the error.
Since Homecoming is the re-
sponsibility of the Council, she
continued, it is only right that the
Council set up this study com-
mittee to investigate the project.
It will not attempt to adjust this
year's procedure nor will it be en-
tirely negative in its study of the
illegal and inconsistent procedures
of the past, Miss Comiano said.
Favors Objectivity ....
Union President Thomas Patter-
son, '60, commented that stringent
controls placed upon the chairmen
of Homecoming committees would
decrease their effectiveness and
would hurt the entire project and
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