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May 19, 1949 - Image 7

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'HUISDAY, MAY 19, 1849 T HE MICHIGAN DAILY

MUST BE APPROVED:
SL Committee To Limit,
DiagPosters, Displays'

Diag posters and displays will
be limited by the Cultural and Ed-
ucational Committee of Student
Legislature, as the result of a pro-
posal by the committee and pub-
licity chairman of campus organi-
zations.
NSA To Hold
T ravel Cofab
Students planning travel on col-
lege projects to Europe or Mexico
this summer are invited to a geL-
together at 4 p.m. tomorrow in
Rm. 3D of the Union, Sue Siris,
NSA Travel Bureau chairman, has
announced.
The get-together, sponsored by
the National Student Association
Foreign Travel Bureau, will be for
students to get acquainted with
their "fellow travelers" and possi-
bly to arrangetraveling compan-
ions.

The proposal, approved by Dean
of Students Eric A. Walter, will
require diag posters to be at least
22 by 28 inches and not to exceed
34 by 46 inches.
DIAG DISPLAYS must be well
constructed and must not be
larger than four feet in width or
seven feet in height.
All posters and displays must
be approved by the SL commit-
tee before being set up. Com-
mittee hours will be 3:30 to 4
p.m. Monday, Wednesday and
Friday at the SL office in the
Office of Student Affairs.
Pcsters must be removed after
four days in the event that all rack
space is being used or for other or-
ganizations desiring space.
Each months the most attractive
and original poster or display will
oe chosen and publicly exhibited.'
At the end of the year all monthly
winners will be judged by a mem-
ber of the architecture school and
appropriately exhibited, according
to Dave Frazer of the committee.

'U' Students
ill Attend
NSA Parley
Fourteen students from the
University will be among the rep-
resentatives of more than 1,000,-
000 college students attending the
National Student Congress this
summer.
The Congress, sponsored by the
National Student Association, will
be held at Urbana, Ill., site of the
University of Illinois.
Included on the program will be
a training program for student
government leaders, a college
newspaper conference, education-
al and international discussions,
a national student art exhibit.
Delegates to the Congress in-
clude: Dick Hooker, '50; Don Mc-
Neil, '50; Quent Nesbitt, '50BAd;
Leon Rechtman, '50; John Ryder,
'50; Tom Walsh, '51L, Harvey
Weisberg, '50L.
Alternates to the conference
are: Buddy Aronson, Grad.; Ed
Lewinson; Lester Moll, '50; Alan
Wildman, '50; Craig Wilson, '50;
Dorianne Zipperstein, '51; Marvin
Failer, '50BAd.

* * *

WAYNE DUNLAP

Give Final Concert Tonight

Abbot Given
DohertyGrant
Roger Abbot, teaching fellow in
the political science department
has received a Doherty founda-
tion grant for research into Latin
American political affairs.
Abbot will concentrate on the
politics and government of Chile.
He has been granted a leave of
absence for the 1949-50 year.

SOUTH UNIVERSITY

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AVENUE
LS

The University Symphony Or-
chestra, composed of 105 student
players,- will give its final concert
of the year at 8 p.m. today in
Hill Auditorium.
Under the direction of Wayne
Dunlap, the orchestra will play
Hayden's "Sinfonie Concertante,
Op. 84 for Violin, Cello, Oboe, and
Bassoon," Ravel's "Rapsodie Es-
pangole," and Brahms' Symphony
No. 4."
FEATURED SOLOISTS will be
Michael Avsharian, '52SM, violin-
ist; Harriet Risk, '49SM, cellist;
William Poland, Grad SM, oboist
and William Weichlein, '49SM,
bassoonist.
The University Symphony,
which dates back to 1896, has
presented eight concerts during
the past year.
Graduation
Will Be Held
On Ferry Field
Commencement exercises will be
held at 5 p.m., June 11 on Ferry
Field, barring unfavorable weath-
er conditions.
In the event of rain the ceremo-
nies will be held in Yost Field
House.
The exercises are held in the late
afternoon in order to avoid the hot
mid-day sun, according to Herbert
G. Watkins, University secretary.
He said they have always been
held at that time except when
Commencement was moved up to
Monday.
Tickets will be available for dis-
tribution at the Cashier's Office,
Administration Building, Monday
morning. Eligible graduates may
obtain not more than five tickets
for Ferry Field and not more than
two for Yost Field House by pre-
senting their identificationcards.
Pointing out that there are us-
ually extra tickets available for
students needing them on Com-
mencement Day, Watkins said,
"On the average, students who ask
for five tickets don't use them all
and therefore there are usually
several seats left empty."
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