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November 06, 1959 - Image 8

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The Michigan Daily, 1959-11-06

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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

hDiscusses Play Prenarations

--Daily-James Warneka
MOOD COLOR-Somewhat related to mood music, this method
of adding emotional impact to a stage set by use of a predominant
color will be combined with an unusual method of set progression
in the forthcoming MUSKET production of "Carousel."

LSA Group
To Discuss
Curriculum
By JEAN SPENCER
Members of the literary college
steering cormittee will hold a
joint meeting with the University
curriculum committee to outline
general topics of curriculum con-
cern.
Dean James A. Robertson cited
the curriculum committee's aware-
ness of faculty concern about the
student's interests and its willing-
ness to accept constructive sug-
gestion.
Steering committee members
attending the joint meeting will
include Chairman Phillips Zook,
'60, Sanford Holo, '60, Gretchen
Burgie, '60, Patricia Petruschke,
'60, Maurice Zilber, '60, Byron
Gold, Grad. and Lynnel Marg, '61.
Topics Discussed
Topics to be discussed will in-
clhde 1) comprehensive examina-
tions, 2) abolition of the freshman
English requirement to be replaced
by regularly assigned papers in all
courses, which would be corrected
by the English department, 3) a
required course in logic or axio-
matic method on a freshman, level
and 4) changes in the humanities
distribution requirements, among
others.
Carol Handschumaker, '60Ed.,
president of the Student Council
of the edcation school; sat in at
the meeting to answer questions
from committee members.
Lynnel Marg, '60, began by ask-
ing about separate sections in edu-
cational psychology for future pri-
mary and secondary school teach-
ers. Miss Handschumaker replied
that one section is offered for sec-
ondary school teachers but is not
listed in the time schedule.
Added Material
The feasibility of more sections
for secondary school teachers was
discussed in the light of adding
material on adolescence.
Byron Gold, Grad., commented
on the duplication of -material
from Psychology 31, a prerequisite
of educational psychology, and the
committee decided to investigate
this requirement.
Joan Rodman, '60, mentioned
that many students getting teach-
ing certificates don't really want
them

WOMEN:
Groups Meet,
.Form Plans .
Panhel wil lhold its first schol-
arship chairman meeting Monday,
7:30 p.m., at the Student Activi-
ties Building.
Sororities will sell candy from,
door to door Monday, Nov. 16. The
profits will be donated to the Ann
Arbor Department of. Parks and
Recreation to buy new equipment.
Work on the Foster Parents
Plan is gaining momentum. Thus
far, Gamma Phi Beta and Kappa
A l p h a T h e't a sororities have
adopted the plan. The houses
contribute $180 a year for the sup-
port of a destitut$ child in a for-
eign country..
At ADC this week it was an-
nounced that the Circle Art Show
will be held Nov. 14 and 15 at
Mary Markley Dormitory.

ieeken
* ITALIAN SPAGHETTI
* CHICKEN-IN-THE-BASKET
... to take out..
* THREE DECKER SANDWICHES
* HOME-MADE PIES
ANGELO'S RESTAURANT
1 100 L. Catherine . . . OPEN 7 A.M.-8 P.M. ... 7 daysa week

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* family celebration
o extra guests!
o special girl
Entertain them in the modern, spacious
Dining Room of
THE MICHIGAN UNION
featuring steaks, lobster, rib roast,
special dinners and inexpensive luncheons
SERVING HOURS: Monday thru Saturday
7:30 to 9:00; 11:45 to 1:30; 5:45 to 7:45. Sunday
8:00 to 10:00; 12:30 to 2:30; no evening service.

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LEO PING SAY: Van Doren "knew" a lot, Poor Leo not
so smart. He does know, though, how to prepare good
food for hungry folks.
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Enjoy the finest in
{Cantonese and
American Food1*

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