THURSDAY, OCTOBER 1, 1953
THE MICHIGAN DAILY
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Speech To Be Given
By Library Director
At Rackham Saturday
Newly-arrived students from
other lands will be honored at a
welcoming program at 8 p.m. Sat-
urday in the Rackham Lecture
At the event, sponsored by the
International Center, Dr. Freder-
ick H. Wagman, director of the
University Library, will deliver an
FOR HIS topic, Dr. Wagman
has chosen to speak about the
value and influence of foreign li-
braries in the development of Am-
erican libraries abroad.
Formerly a member of the
Library of ongress staff, Dr.
Wagman ha traveled in Eur-
ope in connection with the gov-
ernment's program for libraries.
M. Jean Belliard, consul for
France in the Detroit area, will
also be a speaker. He will speak
on the international educational
exchange and also give his im-
pressions of the American edu-
cational activity. Belliard is the
first full time consul from France
to Detroit since 1930.
PRECEDING THE program,
there will be a dinner for the
board of governors of the Center
Another traditional weekly
tea will be held from 4:3 to
6:00 p.m. today in the Inter-
national Center. All campus
students, both foreign s and Am-
erican, are invited to this event.
BOARD OF GOVERNORS, NEWCOMERS TO BE HONORED:
Residents of Martha Cook To Attend Annual Dinner, Picnic,
By PAM SMITH p.m. with three University buses
Dressed in formals or cocktail to transport women and their
dresses, and escorted by old resi- dates out to Patterson Lake.
dents, the new women-in Martha
Cook will attend a formal dinner ENTERTAINMENT will feature
at 6 p.m. today in honor of the
new women and the Martha Cook Wayne Kuhns, who will provide
Board of Governors. square and social dancing for the
Two other annual events will couples, and Ed Baughart, who
highlight the weekend-the Fresh
Air Camp Picnic to be held Fri-
day night, and the Martha Cook
Memorial Service on Sunday.
DECORATIONS AT the formal Back to col
dinner will follow an autumn
theme, set off by yellow candles
and carnations at each table.
There will be a reception line
preceding the dinner to meet
Mrs. Leona Diekeffia, the house- W a rn e
mother, the house board mem-
bers and the guests.
Included in this year's guest list
are Deans Sarah Healy and Elsie
Fuller. Bra Wa
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IMMEDIATELY following din-
ner, there will be coffee and a
musical program in the Blue
will play the guitar and sing folk ditions in a building full of tra- The ceremony will begin with
songs. ditions is the Martha Cook Me- a procession into the Red Room
General Chairman of the morial Service which will be held where the choir will sing a tri-
event is Ann Weaver, and Elaine Sunday evening. bute and the Martha Cook ser-
Gulden is in charge of refresh- * * enade, under the direction of
ments. Chaperones will be Miss AT THIS annual ceremony in Pat Mallett.
Barbara Child and Miss Audrey honor of the new women, each Included in the musical pro-
Davies. new resident is presented with a gram will be a solo by Jean Mc-
I One of the most memorable tra- yellow rose on a green oak leaf. Farlane
lege, take a well-rounded
ST. GEORGES-Members of the I-Hop central committee are
getting into the swing of their theme "Knight of Nights." A duel
seems to be under way as the quartet take time off from their
work for I-Hop, which will be held from 9 p.m. to 1 a.m. Oct. 10
in the League.
I-Hop Committee Members
Complete Plans for Dance
Inez Krouse is chairman of
the Planning Committee and
among the committee members
are Betty Lou Ungerleider, Mal-
verne Gleiber and Lois Batche-
Friday's picnic at the Fresh Air
Camp will get under way at 5
at 6 p.m. in the Michigan Union.I
Dr. and Mrs. Wagman and M. andf
Mme. Belliard will be special
guConcluding the evening, a re-
Sception and social period will
take place in assembly hall.
Dr. Esson M. Gale, director of
the Center said that approximate-
ly 1,200 invitations have been sent
out to foreign students, faculty
Men's Glee Club
New officers of the Men's Glee
Club were recently announced by
Robert McGrath, '54, president of
The position of business mana-
ger will be filled by Dick Ken-
nedy, '54, with two assistants, Bob
Fritts, '56, and coordinator, Frank
Under the direction of Prof.
Philip A. Duey, the Glee Club
presents annual Christmas and
spring concerts, along with many
With Oct. 10 quickly approach-
ing, members of the I-Hop central
committee are putting the finish-
ing touch on all plans for the big
all-campus dance which will be
held from 9 p.m. to 1 a.m. in the
Rita Isbitts, general chairman
of I-Hop, has urged the support
of all independents in making the
ASSEMBLY BOARD working in
conjunction with the Inter-House,
Council has been busy straighten-t
ing out last minute details con-'
cerning the dance.
Members on these two boards
have taken over individual
chairmanships for the forth-
In charge of decorations are
Roberta Ross, Eileen Schulak, Jim
McGee and Bill Coulter.
Elaine Platt, Assembly social
chairman, is working on distri-
buting tickets to all social chair-
men in every dormitory. Also on
the ticket committee are Betty
Cohen, Enver Mahmedbasich and
PROMOTING AND publicizing
this year's I-Hop will be taken
care of by Muriel Claflin, Dee
No Appointments Needed
"come as you are"
The Dascola Barbers
near Michigan Theatre
Messinger, Chris Pyrros and
Heading the Patrons and pro-
Straight A or Lady-Like C, you'll always be
with the just-right Warner's to fit the occ
gay Merry Widow to stagger the stag lin
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fashions' theme needs padding-a Gay Decei
COME IN TOMORROW and see--how yo
busiest schedule, fitted as only Warner's car
grams committee are Sally Lor- IW i II Be Presented
ber, Janet Reinstein and Paul
Feldheim. The treasurer of As- A-t H ille l Building
sembly Board, Marilyn Labiner,J
is working with Bill Votruba on
finances and orchestra. Hillel Foundation is presenting
its first in a series of weekly con-
These comittee heads have be- certs entitled "Music-for-All" at
neath them large committees con- 8 p.m. tonight in the Hillel build-
sisting of all respective dorm ing.
chairmen and all independents Opening the program will be
who wish to work on the dance. Prokofiev's "Classical Symphony,"
Anyone interested in signing up followed by "Pagliacci, Act I" by
for these committees will find Leon Cavalla. After an intermis-j
sign-up sheets in the dorms and sion with refreshments, the eve-
in the League Undergraduate of- ning's program continues with
fice. "Violin Concerto" by Bloch and
Tickets will be on sale the rest Resphagi's "Pines of Rome."
of this week and next at $2. There Students are urged to bring
will also be tickets available at their books and study while listen-
the door the night of the dance. ing to the music
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