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SUNDAY, OCTOBER 19,1952''

THE MICHIGAN DAILY

PAG'lt T'RREE

SUNDAY, OCTOBER 19, 1952 THE MICHIGAN DAILY PAGE TEKEE

WSSF Club
To Convene
Tomorrow
The World Student Service
Fund organization, the American
branch of World University Serv-
ice which serves students and fa-
culty in 33 countries, will hold its
organizational meeting at 3 p.m.
tomorrow in the Student Legisla-
ture Bldg.
To help aid students in Europe
and the Middle-Last, WSSF con-
tributes to the maintenance of
student hostels which provide
needed material assistance and
demonstrates a workable solution
to the problem of establishing a
concern for. international under-
standing in universities.
WSSF REPRESENTS the Care
book program and the UNESCO
gift coupon plan on U.S. campuses.
x In Salonika, Greece, a self-help
mimeographing project was set up
for producing needed textbooks.
Medical relief is given, when
possible in ways which encour-
agen.international cmmnics
tion. Rest centers and clinics
Y for convalescent students have
been established in Bombay,
Calcutta, and Combloux, France.
Plans are now in order to send
medical equipment to Yugosla-
via and Greece.
The WSSF affiliation program
which seeks to establish a mutual
relationship between universities
of different countries now links
together American and German
universities through the exchange
of ideas and materials.
The only nationally organized
channel of foreign student contact,
WSSF campaigns each year in
U.S. colleges and universities to
raise funds for its world program
of university assistance.
WSSF is sponsored by the Uni-
ted Student Christian Council,
B'nai Brith Hillel Foundation, the
Newman Club Federation and the
UN National Students Association.
Senior Board
Appointments
Announced
Appointments for the Senior
Committee Chairmen have been
made bythe Senior Board.
They are: Class Gift, Thad
Epps '53, Don White '53, Caps and
Gowns, Nancy Karnischky '53, Jay
Grosmark '53 P, Publicity, Jack
Carpenter '53 BAd., Marge Creola
'53, Announcements, Dick Newton
'53 A&D, Elaine Rothman '53, Re-
unions and Conventions, John
Snyder '53E, Marion Charles '53
A&D, Activities, Dolores Silver '53,
Sam Deyo '53 A&D, and Senior
Ball, Lou Zako '53, Jeanne Fresh-
our '53.
For the first time the appoint-
ments were open to seniors in all
schools, and this semester the
chairmen represent five schools in
the university.
The next Senior Board Meeting,
which will include the new com-
mittee chairmen will be held at
7:30 p.m. Thurs. in the League.
Senior Class officers for the Mu-
sic School have also been elected
for the coming year.
They are: president, Wesley
True, vice-president, Kitty Bond,
secretary, Glenna Gregory, and
treasurer, Sally Bennett.

'U' Alumni Heads
To HoldMeeting
The Board of Directors of the
University Alumni Association will
. meet here Friday.
Joseph V. Brady, president of
the Board, estimated that about 40
past and present directors, coming
from all parts of the nation, will
attend.

Boy

Scouts

Get Prepared

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CONGRATULATIONS GRADUATES!

--Daily-Alan Reid
COMMUNICATION-Two members of Boy Scout Troop Four set
up a sound powered intercom system to use in their communica-
tion exercises at the Ann Arbor area scout camporee. The scouts
set up camp on the northwest corner of Main St. and Stadium
Blvd. yesterday, and will break camp this afternoon.

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