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THE MICHIGAN DAILY
TUESDAY,'FEBRUARY 8, 1955
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Union Schedules Meetings
For Future Staff Members
Mass meetings will be held at
7:30 p.m. tomorrow and 4 p.m.
Thursday in Rm. 3B of the Union
for all men students interested in
joining the Union staff.
On the agenda of the meetings
will be short talks explaining ac-
tivities of the Union by Tom Leo-
pold, Union president, Dick Pink-
erton, executive' secretary and
councilman in charge, Keith Pohl.
Refreshments will be served. In-
formal discussion groups will also
be formed with Leopold, Pinkerton
and Pohl on hand to answer ques-
- All Males Are Eligible
All male students are eligible to
participate in Union activities. At-
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tendance at the meeting does not
obligate anyone to sign up.
For interested students there
are positions available on such
committees as personnel, admin-
istration, publicity, University re-
lations, public relations, social and
campus affairs, dances and stu-
As a first year member of the
Union staff,th- tryout spends two
hours a weex in a training pro-
gram. After the tryout period,
there is opportunity for advance-
ment to higher positions.
Choice of Committee
According to Union officials, a
tryout is actually a staffman at
the Student Offices, who is as-
signed to his choice of the nine
Student Offices' committees soon
after he joins the staff. He is re-
quired to work only two hours
each week in regular office hours.
Stewart Shear wio is in charge
of the tryout program, said, stu-
dents who join the Union staff will
gain valuable leadership training
for campus affairs and future
as seen in Town & Country
Helping Hand, Advice
By MARJ BLUTTMAN
Undampened by the usual wet
weather of orientation week, lead-
ers and their groups of new arri-
vals to the University scurried
around campus in boots carrying'
familiar yellow envelopes.
This semester, something new
had been added.
Robert Garfield, assistant to the
Director of Registration and Rec-
ords, became the new director of
orientation. He replaced Ivan
Parker, assistant to the Dean of
Men and former orientation head
for many years.
Another innovation in the pro-
gram again concer-.ed the lead-
ers rather than 'ncoming fresh-
men and transfers. For the first
time meals were served in the Un-
ion for the men and women group
leaders, replacing the old custom
of dining at the League.
For leaders ,orientation week
began on Sunday evening, Jan-
uary 30. The 60 or 70 men and
women students, already experi-
enced with orientation work, met
with chairmen, Bob Blossey and
Sue Fricker, for their first dinner.
Director Garfield led the bless-
ing, and for the first time in
countless orientation dinners, a
friendly, homey atmosphere pre-
vailed. Dinners this year were
served family style rather thanin
The following day, Monday,
started the routine of initiating
the newcomers to college life. The
more than 600 group members
participated in the.hectic process
of being orientated.
One freshman commented upon
the aptness of the group. heads. "I
know all of the new students will
agree with me that our leaders
were just wonderful. I could nev-
er have filled out my railroad tick-
et without them."
Robin Chosen Symbol
For Spring Weekend
By GAIL GOLDSTEIN
"When the red red robin goes
bob bob bobbin' along .."
Members of the Spring Weekend
central committee and all its
helpers are humming this tune as
they go about their job of plan-
ning the weekend.
A robin has been chosen as the
symbol of the event, and he will
soon appear on posters, banners,
and Hersthroughout the campus.
His cheery countenance serves to
remind students of the fun-pack-
Students interested in work-
ing on the program committee
of Spring Weekend will meet
at 7 p.m. today in Rm. 3A of
ed weekend planned for March
Tying in with the theme of the
weekend, "Life in these United
States," he will preside over Skit
Night, the Wolverun Derby and all
cy Fisher and Tom Chamberlain
Final plans are also underway
for the Wolverun Derby in which
housing groups on campus will en-
ter soapbox racers for competi-
tion. Each house is designing its
own car according to specifications
set up by the committee.
A parade before the Derby and
SPRING WEEKEND SYMBOL
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other events. many other special events are
With all proceeds from Spring planned for the weekend.
Weekend events going to charity, Requests for block seats are to
central committee members are be sent to the central committee
busily planning the program. office, Rm. 3A, in the Union by
Scripts for Skit Night are being Monday, Feb. 21. Checks must be
judged, and the winners will be enclosed, and tickets will be held
announced by Co-chairmen Nan- for these students.
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BOARD MEETING-There will
be a WAA Board meeting at 5 p.m.
today at the WAB.
MICHIFISH - Michifish mem-
bers will meet at 7:15 p.m. today
at the pool.
RIDING CLUB - The Riding
Club will hold an organizational
meeting at 5:15 p.m. today in the
WAB. New members are welcome.
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