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THURSDAY, MAY 28, 1953

THE MICHIGAN DAILY

PAGE PIVE.

Varied Activities Set
For 'U' Alumni Program

'Harvey'
The motion picture "Harvey,"
starring James Stewart, Peggy
Dow and Josephine Hull will
be shown free of charge at 8
p.m. Monday in the Union
Ballroom.

Lane Hall

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Lectures, dinners, golf games,
theater parties, concerts and an
all-class dance will highlight the
University's 15th annual Alumni
~'program beginning June 8.
Lectures on topics varying from
Fulbright Award
Competition Opens
Competition for the Fulbright
and Buenos Aires Convention
awards for graduate study.abroad
r for 1954-55 is now open.
Part of the educational ex-
change activities of the Depart-
ment of State, the awards will
give almost 1,000 American citi-
zens the opportunity to study
abroad during the 1954-55 aca-
demic year.

the Middle East to contemporary
literature will be given by faculty
members.
An all-class banquet is scheduled
for June 11 to begin class reunion
festivities.
The University Golf Course will
be open to golf fans and for thea-
ter-goers among the alumni, the
Drama Season will present "The
Hasty Heart," by John Patrick.
Prof. William D. Revelli, director
of the University Band, will con-
duct the commencement band in
the traditional alumni sing and
band concert to be held June 12.
Climaxing Class reunion activi-
ties, the 109th Commencement ex-
ercises for nearly 3,000 graduating
seniors will be held Saturday, June
13 at the Stadium.

Deferment
Forms Due

Retreats Set
Lane Hall will serve as the cen-
ter for religious and recreational
activities for summer students.
Featured among the regular
summer projects will be a series
of intercultural retreats.
The Rev. J. Fraser McLusky,
Minister of East Church, Broughty
Ferry, Scotland, will be a featured
speaker at the center. Rev. Mc-
Lusky has had considerable exper-
ience in working among students
and service men.
Awarded the Military Cross dur-
ing the war, Rev. McLusky has
written a book describing the
fighting in France and was Scot-
tish secretary of the Student Chris-
tian Movement.
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