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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

TUESDAY, FEBRUARY 14, 1953

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ISA Gets Television Set

DAILY OFFICIAL BULLETIN

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later than the end of the first week of
classes. For activities organized during
the semester, participation lists must
be filed within forty-eight hours after
the activity is organized.
Regents' Rules Governing Operation
of Motor Vehicles by Students. "No stu-
dent in attendance at the University
of Michigan shall operate any motor
vehicle. In exceptional and extraordi-
nary cases at the discretion of the
Dean of Students this rule may be re-
laxed." The regulation governs the use
of a car, as well as the operation of one;
consequently, it is not permissible for
a student to use or gain use of his
family's car for social, personal, or oth-
er purposes when the car is driven by
any person who is not a member of
his immediate family. Any act of driving
without first securing permission from
the Office of Student Affairs will con-
stitute grounds for disciplinary action.
Students who are twenty-six years of
age, as well as teaching fellows, may
apply for exemption from the ruling
by calling in person at the Office of
Student Affairs, 1020 Administration
Building, and giving complete auto-
mobile information, including insur-
ance policy number, name of company,
and expiration date of policy. It is em-
phasized that exemption is not grant-
ed automatically but is given only upon
personal request. There is no fee for
the exempt permit.
All other student drivers must re-
port to the Office of Student Affairs,
where they may petition for special
permits to enable them to use their
cars for purposes deemed absolutely
necessary. The fee for the special driv-
ing permit is $1.00. Temporary permits
are available for emergencies.
All permits are issued for the academ-
ic year and expire in June, but may be
extended for Summer School, if need
be. Permit holders are responsible for
the proper display of the decal issued.
Sports and Dance Instruction for
Women Students. Women students who
have completed their physical education
requirement may register asp electives
in physical education classes on Tues-

not exceed $200 in any one case. For
further information, inquire at the of-
fice of the Dean of Women.
Camping Personnel. Mr. Ken Smith,
from Camp Charlevoix, Mich., will in-
terview at the Michigan Union Tuesday
afternoon and evening and Wednesday
morning those persons interested 'in
camping. For . further information,
please contact the Bureau of Appoint-
ments, 3528 Administration Building.
Students interested in Department
of State or United Nations internships
should see Professor R. H. Fifield at
4626 Haven Hall at 4:30 Wed., Feb. 11.
Candidates must be American citizens,
must have an all B average, must be
seniors or graduate students, must
have taken the Civil Service Commis-
sion's Junior Management Assistant
Examination. Final selection is made
by a Nominating Committee of the
University of Michigan and the De-
partment of State.
College Teaching Candidates: There
will be a meeting Tues., Feb. 10, at 5
p.m., in 1025 Angell Hall, for those peo-
ple with advanced degrees interested in
college teaching.
The Bureau of Appointments and Oc-
cupational Information will have head-

quarters, as usual, at the annual meet-
ing of college administrators being held
at the Congress Hotel in Chicago, Feb.
11 through Feb. 14, and also at the Am-
bassador Hotel in Atlantic City at the
annual meeting of the public school ad-
ministrators being held Feb. 14 through
Feb. 19.
Many conferences with administra-
tors concerning their faculty needs have
already been arranged for these meet-
ings. We would like to have as much
information as possible about the de-
sires of those interested in securing
college positions before going to these
meetings.
University Choral Union will rehearse
at 7 o'clock tonight, in auditorium "A,"
Angell Hall. All members are requested
to be present.
Members of the chorus with good at-
tendance records are reminded to pick
up their courtesy passes for the Min-
neapolis Symphony Orchestra concert,
on the day of the performance Thurs.,
Feb. 12, between the hours of 9:30 and
11:30 and 1:00 and 4:00. After 4:00
o'clock no passes will be issued.
Michigan Civil Service Examination.
The Michigan Civil Service Commis-
sion will be giving an examination for
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TV PRESENTED-Dr. Esson Gale (left), director of the International Students' Association,
watches as Gordon McDonald, representative of the Civic Clubs of Ann Arbor, present a 21 inch
television set to the'ISA. At right are Suilin Ling and Gaston Sigur, president and assistant di-
rector of ISA. The set, bought jointly by the Clubs and by ISA, was dedicated Sunday in the
Madelon Pound International House.
|DUCAT ION AL FUND:
Non-Profit Loan Group Aids Students

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Students finding themselves in
financial rough spot can seek
d from the Knights Templar
lucational Foundation, an or-
inization designed to lend quali-
ed students money.
4 nagers Clinie
ro Be Held Here
The Michigan chapter of the
iternational City Managers As-
xiation will, hold its annual
.anagement a"1 i n i c tomorrow,
hursday and Friday in the East
onference Room of the Rack-
am Bldg.
Meetings will be at 10 a.m. and
p.M. tomorrow.

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A non-profit group created to
assist students in obtaining a col-
lege education, the Foundation is
organized on a revolving trust
fund.
* '* * ,
JUNIORS, seniors and gradu-
ate students regardless of race,
creed, color or sex are eligible to
apply for loans.
The maximum loan to juniors
and seniors is $400 a year, while
graduate students are eligible
for $800 maximum grants. No
repayment on the principle is
required or interest charged
while the student is in school.
The repayment is made in quar-
terly installments over a period of
four years 'beginning the August

15 after the student's graduation.
Money received in repayment of
loans is used to help other needy
students.
Interested and qualified stu-
dents can get further information
on the Foundation by contacting
Donovan A. Dyer, 714 Miner St.
Pledge Presidents
To Discuss Plans
T h e Junior Interfraternity
Council.will meet at 5 p.m. today
in Rm. 3A of the Union.
The pledge class presidents will
discuss their proposed constitu-
tion.

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Bar gains in

day and Wednesday mornings, Feb. 10
and 11, in Barbour Gymnasium.
Driving Permit Holders are remind-
ed of their responsibility to register
their 1953 automobile license number
with the Office of Student Affairs by
Mar~ch 1, 1953.
Those students who are now securing
their new license plates should record
the change with the Office of Student
Affairs at this time.
Political science 314, .a seminar in
research problems in political behavior,
will be offered by Dr. James Davies
during the current semester. Organized
subsequent to publication of the Time
Schedule the course will be conducted
in 435 Mason Hall on Tuesdays from
3 to 5 p.m. The course is designed to
examine the factors which influence
the political activity of the general
public and to analyze the problems of
engaging in further research that can
throw light on these factors. Faculty
members in political science and in
related disciplines will discuss exist-
ing knowledge in their particular areas
of study that is related to political be-
havior and suggest further research
questions. Possible methods of doing
such research will be analyzed and
specific research projects will be out-
lined by those who are taking the semi-
nar.
Sophomore and Freshmen Women.
Martha Cook Building is receiving ap-
plications for Sept., 1953. There will be
space for twenty freshmen and forty
juniors who will then be juniors and
sophomores respectively. Those inter-
ested phone for an appointment (2-3225)
any weekday between 8 a.m. and 6 p.m.
Delta Delta Delta General Scholarship.
The 1953 Tri Delta General Scholarship
competition will be held January 5-
February 20, 1953. Women students in
colleges where there are chapters of
the fraternity are eligible to apply,
whether they are fraternity members
or not. The amount of the award will

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