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September 23, 1959 - Image 3

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International Center Counselor Tells of Interests

-Daily-Robert Kanner
NEW COUNSELOR-Arthur Milne, the new Associate Counselor
at the International Center, is an "eligible" bachelor who has
traveled extensively throughout the world. He graduated from
Ohio Wesleyan University where he majored in speech.

"Just say my aspirations to-
ward a law cafeer were misguid-
ed," he grinned.
Milne, who attended Wesleyan
University with William West,
Grad., the International Center's
former Associate Counselor, turned
down an offer to be an instructor
at the Air Force Academy to ac-
cept his position at the University.
He admitted that he has "defi-
nite plans" to improve the pro-
gram for the foreign students, but
is not ready to announce any-
thing yet.
Calls University Big
Calling the University "jolly
big," he said he realized that its
Flying Group
Se-ts Meeting
E }
.for Tontiht,
Michigan Flyers Inc. will hold a
membership meeting at 7:30 p.m.
today in Room 3-D of the Union.
The non-profit group is open to
all students, faculty, administpa-
tors and their families.
The group flies in rented planes
from Ann Arbor Municipal Air-
port and is open to beginners as
well as experienced fliers.

size enables it to attract "big
name" professors, but would ad-
vise students to attend a smaller
school for the first two years.
He is, not taking any courses
this semester, but plans to take
some language classes next term.
Already slightly acquainted with
Japanese, he would like to learn a
little Russian or Spanish for his
trip to Mexico City next summer.
Interested in drama and, the
theatre since high school, Milne
has played in-various types of pro-
duction from Shakespeare to Noel
Coward, including a "hitch" at
the Huron Playhouse on Lake
Erie. He would like to work with
the University speech department
in its playbill this year.
Lives in Ohio
The son of an "itinerant Metho-
dist minister," Milne has lived
throughout Ohio. His parents cur-
rently reside in Cincinnati, but he
lists Columbus as his birthplace.
An "eligible" bachelor by his
own admission, he has very defit-
nite opinions on women. He likes
girls who are sensible about make-
up, "which means they wear al-
most none," but thinks American
women neglect their eyes because
they "are too busy gobbing the
red on their lips."
"I also don't like Bermuda
shorts on girls, because it looks

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nouncements is available to of- student organizations must be regis-
ficially recognized and registered tered in the Office of Student Affairs,
organizations only. Organizations 2011 Student Activities Bldg. Forms
planning to be active for the fall are available in the above office. Re-
semester should register by Oct. 10. quests for approval must be submitted
Forms available, 2011 Student Acti- to that office no later than noon of the
vities Building.) t Tuesday before the event is scheduled.
A list of approved social events will be
Student Organizations. Registration published in the Daily "Official Bulle-
of student organizations planning to be tin column of The Michigan Daily on
active during the present semester Thursday of each week.
should be completed on or before Oct. Football Game Open Houses: These
10. Forms are available in the Office of may be held in student residences be-
Student Affairs, 2011 Student Activities tween 11:30 a.m. and 1:30 p.m. for pre-
Bldg. Privileges such as -the use of the game functions and between 5 p.m.
Organization Announcement column in and 7 p.m. for postgame functions. No
The Michigan Daily, use of meeting registration is necessary.
rooms in University buildings, assign- Iternational Folk Dances, Instruc-
ableto rBcogn facilities, etc., are avail tion and Dancing, Sept. 23, 8 p.m., Lane
able;t ecgizdorganizations only.Hal
Student organizations registered by Hall.
this date will be considered officially Mich. Flying Club, organizational
recognized for the current semester. eeting, Sept. 23, 7:30 p.m., Union, Rm.
All Activities and Projects (other * *
than ciosed social events) which are to University Riding Club (Coed), or-
be presented to the campus or to a ganizational meeting, Sept. 24, 5:10
large segment of it are subject to the p.m., WAB.
approval of Student Government Coun- . * *
cil. Only recognized organizations are B'nai B'rith Hillel, Hillelzapoppin
eligible to submit a petition for con- Petitioning, Sept. 22-27, Pick up at 1429
sideration. Petitions must be submit- Hill.
ted at least two weeks before the event e *
is to take place and publicity may not Congregational-Disciples E & R Stu-
be released until approval has been se- dent Guild, Social Action Comm.
cured. Forms may be secured from the Luncheon, Sept. 24, 12 noon, 524
Administrative Secretary, Student Gov- Thompson; Thinking it Through, New
ernment Council, Rm. 1538 or 2011 Stu- Stud. Discussion, Sept. 23, 7-8 p.m.,
dent Activities Bldg. Activities may not 524 Thompson.
be scheduled for the seven days prior * *
to the beginning of a final examina- Geneva Fellowship-Reformed Church
tion period. 0 in America, organizational meeting,
Closed Social Events (for members Sept. 23, 7:30 p.m., Lane Hall.



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