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- SUNDAY, SEPTEMER 26. 194

THE MI HI N DAILY

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THE MICHTGAN IIAITY SUNDAY. SEPTElwrn~u 2R.. I ~4R

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TH E COLGATE REPORT:
Student Sex Education
Needed, Study Shows
HAMILTON, N.Y.-(AP)-Colgate University is turning the spot-
light on sex education.
A committee appointed by President Everett N. Case is going to
see that every Colgate man knows what sex is all about.
The committee and its activity comes about as the result of a
.ecently completed study on the adequacy of sex education among
Colgate students. This report showed:
1. STUDENTS believe they receive insufficient sex education for
their needs before entering college, and the feeling of inadequacy is
largest among veterans and the older students.
2. The secondary schools, the public ones especially, and the
parents seem to have done a pretty poor job of sex education. The
greatest sources of information were friends of their own age and
older boys and girls.
3. Very few students turn to their family doctors for informa-
tion and men in military service did not learn much about sex that
was of real value.
* * *
4. STUDENTS believe that there should be college level work in sex
education, and the older the student the more likely he is to feel this
way.
The committee, headed by Assistant Dean William F. Griffith,
agrees that Colgate has not been doing much in the way of sex edu-
cation except to present the physiology of sex, and that inadequately,
in the basic course on biological science for freshmen.
* * *
AS AN INITIAL move this year, Colgate is bringing in a doctor of
medicine to give two lectures to freshmen biological students on the
physiology pf sex. The doctor's lectures, however, will be open to the
entire student body. In addition, students may hand in written
questions which will be taken up in discussion periods.
The student body. will then be given a chance to make recom-
mendations for a broadened one for future years.
Colgate also will inform its students that it has certain people
on campus, the physician and chaplain, for instance, who are in a
position to deal with the psychological aspects of sex.

Ruthven Address To Keynote
Welcome of ForeignStudents

President Alexander G. Ruth-
yen and three guest speakers will
highlight the University's annual
fall reception for new foreign stu-
dents, at 7:30 p.m., tomorrow, in
the Michigan League Ballroom.
Following Dr. Ruthven's review
of the University's traditional pro-
gram in international education,
Dr. Esson M. Gale, director of the
International Center and Coun-
NSA Initiates
Discount Plan
For Students
Purchase Cards
Introduced at Buffalo
(ED. NOTE: This is the second in a
series of four interretive articles on
the National Student Association
first annual congress which was held
from Aug. 23-28, at Madison, Wis. The
series was prepared by the University
NSA committee.)
Students at the University of
Buffalo are getting discounts
ranging from 10% to 25% on
sporting goods, clothes, theaters,
and restaurants under the Pur-
chase Card System sponsored by
the National Student Association.
This plan, which marks a posi-
tive accompishment for both stu-
dents and the NSA, is at present
being considered for Ann Arbor.
* * *
THE SYSTEM makes use of the
student's mass buying power and
is based on the assumption that
students are a special group of
people who need such assistance.
At Buffalo, the NSA commit-
tee signed contracts with just
one store selling each particular
type of merchandise, letting the
contracts on the basis of com-
petitive bidding.
NSA agreed to encourage its
members to buy at the store
offering the discount. The pur-
chase cards were sold to stu-
dents for one dollar apiece.
This project is saving students
at the University of Buffalo sub-
stantial amounts, and is working
proof that the plan can be put
into operation.
THE UNIVERSITY NSA com-
mitee realizes the difficulties in-
volved in putting this plan into
operation in a small college town
such as Ann Arbor.
The committee feels, however,
that the purchase card system
can work if it is set up with the
realization that a smaller city
has problems different from a
large metropolis such as Buf-
falo.
Harvey Weisberg, chairman of
the Michigan Region, NSA, will
direct the project in Ann Arbor.
Students interested in working on
this plan should contact him at
614 Monroe, or call 2-0438.

selor to Foreign Students, will in-
troduce Dr. Francis J. Colligan, of
the state department, Dr. Paul
Meng, director of the China In-
stitute of New York, and James
J. Hurley, council for Canada in
Detroit,
S * *
DR. COLLIGAN, who directs
the government's program culture
interchange between the United
States and other nations as Chief
of the division of International
Exchange of Persons will give the
main address.
The reception, which will cele-
brate the tenth anniversary of
the International center, will also
feature movies of the recent Pa-
cific Coast Tour sponsored by the
Center.
Refreshments will be served by
foreign women dressed in tradi-
tional costumes.
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