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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

International Center Holds Reception

mane Hall Is Center for 'U'Religious Groups

The International Center is
Michigan's haven for foreign stu-,

* * *

LANE HALL-The headquarters for religious groups is one block north of the campus on State Street.
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Hershel Lymon, the group spon-
sors social forums, religious ac-
tivities, welfare drives, and pub-
lication of the Hillel News. It
also offers a program of lectures,
socials, and Friday evening serv-
ices.
Topping Hillel's year is its an-
nual musical revue, Hillelzapop-
pin'. A chapter of the Intercol-
legiate Zionist Federation of
America is active at Hillel.
THE CHRISTIAN Science Or-
ganization has its headquarters at
Lane Hall and holds meetings
every Tuesday evening.
Among its activities it spon-
sors two lectures on Christian
Science each year.
The organization keeps a read-
ing room off the Lane Hall lib-
rary.
* * *
GRACE BIBLE Student Group
is under the supervision of the
Rev. Harold J. DeVries, pastor of
the Grace Bible Church.
* * *
THE UNITARIAN student group
under the direction of Rev. Ed-
ward H. Redman, sponsors a pro-
gram of discussions and forums
on the important social, political,
and campus issues of the day.
Social action projects are oc-
casionally undertaken in coopera-
tion with other religious groups.
* * *
INTER-GUILD is a student or-
ganization which integrates the
activities of most of the Protes-
tant religious groups, or "guilds,"
on campus and promotes coopera-
tion between them.
* * *
THE ROGER WILLIAMS Guild,
affiliated with the First Baptist
Church, is under the direction of
Rev. C. H. Loucks and his assis-
tant, Faith Whithall.
Guild activities include Sunday
Bible study and supper discus-
sions, and a Friday social func-
tion.
* * *
EVANGELICAL and Reformed
Student Guild meets every Sunday
evening for supper, discussion, and
fellowship.
The program is student planned
with the help of Rev. Walter S.
Press, student counselor and as-
sociate pastor of the Bethlehem
Church.
* * *
THE C H IN E S E STUDENTS'
Christian Association in North
America has a chapter at Lane
Hall.

It is organized by Chinese stu-
dents for the purpose of promoting
mutual understanding and friend-
ship between American and Chi-
nese students.
CONGREGATIONAL - Disciples
Guild is composed of students from
Congregational and Disciples of
Christ churches.
Sunday evening meetings in-
clude Fellowship Supper, fol-
lowed by a program of speakers,
panels, student discussions, for
ums, and worship services.
Week-day activities of t h e
group include Tuesday tea, dis-
cussion groups, and social func-
tions. Director of the guild is Rev.
H. L. Pickerill.
* **
CANTERBURY CLUB is the
Episcopal student foundation on
the campus.
The guild works under the lea-
dership of Rev. John H. Burt.
Communion breakfasts, Sunday
evening meetings, and Friday
Open Houses are featured in the
Group's program.
* * *
THE ANN ARBOR FRIENDS
Meeting has its headquarters at
Lane Hall.
In addition to worship meetings,
it holds frequent work parties to
prepare clothing and other ma-
terial for the American Friends
Service Committee froeign relief
program.
THE ORTHODOX Students So-
ciety was established for all Greek
Orthodox students on the campus.
Under the guidance of Dr. S.
M.USophocles, the group holds
Wednesday evening open house
and sponsors religious, educa-
tional and social programs.
* *
THE LUTHERAN Student As-
sociation is the local unit of the
National Lutheran Council, and
is under the direction of Rev.
Henry O. Yoder.
The group meets every Sun-
day evening and holds Tuesday
evening discussions, Wednesday
Coffee Hours, and weekend so-
cial events.
Gamma Delta is the Lutheran
Student Club. The group is part
of an all-student congregation un-
der the supervision of Rev. Alfred
Scheips, Activities of the guild
include Sunday Bible class and
evening supper and program.
* * *
THE MICHIGAN Christian Fel-
lowship, affiliated with the Inter-
varsity Christian Fellowship, is an
organization of Protestant stu-
dents who subscribe to the faith
of historic Christianity.
Activities of the group include
weekly Sunday program and tea,
Wednesday Bible study, and such
social events as parties, picnics,
and hikes.
* * *
THE STUDENTS' Evangelical
Chapel is organized chiefly of
Christian Reformed students.
*4* *
WESLEYAN GUILD has plan-
ned its 1950-51 program around
the theme, "Developing Christian
Attitudes and Social Action."
The Methodist guild is under
the guidance of Rev. James Brett
Kenna. Activtiies of the group
include Sunday evening supper
and fellowship, Wednesday tea,
and Friday recreation.
Serving Presbyterian students
on the campus is Westminster
Student Guild. The group holds a
student seminar in religon, a Sun-
day evening fellowship meeting
Wednesday tea, and a Friday so-
cial. Rev. William H. Henderson
is advisor to the guild.

dents, where all can associate with
each other on the ground of their
common interests.
Founded in 1938 for the purpose
of bringing together foreign and
American students and faculty,
the Center is headed by EssonyM.
Gale, director and counselor, and
Robert Klinger, assistant counse-
lor.
* -* *
THE PROGRAM of the Center
offers a wide range of activities-
social, recreational, and education-
al.
Each week there is a Sundayl

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a foreign meal and a political
round-table. On Thursday af-
ternoon, the customary event
is a social tea.
A variety of other activities are
announced from week to week on
the bulletin board of the Center.
The University radio station,
WUOM, frequently carries round-
table discussions.
* * *

gan. Such tours may include trips
to the Jackson Prison, the Kaiser-
Frazer automobile factories, and
the General Motors factories.
It is customary that a foreign
student reception is held in the
Rackham Amphitheater -at the
beginning of the -semester, in
order to acquaint the students-
with the Center.
To aid the foreign students,.a
system of counseling has been es-
tablished whereby vocational ad-
vice, orientation suggestions, and
direct help in immigration ,prob-
lems - visas and working per-
inits - are given.
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