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Men in Galens Society
To Give Caduceus Ball
Looking ahead toward an acti-
vity-filled senior year, junior co-
eds may hand in petitions for sen-
ior positions in the League before
Monday, Feb. 21.
Interested coeds may obtain in-
formation from members of the
Interviewing a n d Nominating
Committee between 3 and 5 p.m.
every day next week in the League
Present office holders will be on
hand at an open house from 3 to
5:30 p.m. Friday, Feb. 18.
Interviewing will be held Feb.
22 to 25. Coeds should sign up for
an interview when they turn in
their petitions in the League Un-
Four of the major positions to
be filled are chairman and secre-
tary of the Interviewing and No-
minating Committee, chairman of
Judiciary and second vice-presi-
dent of the League.
The chairman of the Interview-
ing Committee organizes her com-
mittee and is a member of the
League Council. The secretary
takes minutes, arranges the files
and holds interviews.
Chairman of Women's Judiciary
is a member of the Women's Pan-
el and with her council reviews
work of the various house and lea-
gue house judiciaries.
For the first time-this year both
E sophomores and juniors may peti-
tion to be the second vice-presi-
dent. As "veep," the coed is in
charge of the Buro-Cats which in-
cludes the Secretariat, Senate re-
search, emergency and hostess
ISA To Welcome New Students
International Students Associa-<
tion in cooperation with the Inter-
national Center will hold a recep-
tion Friday at 8 p.m. in Rackham
This informal reception is for
newly arrived students from
Between semesters the Interna-
tional Center celebrated Indian
Republic Day which was Jan. 26.
Indian students planned the en-
tire program. Indian handwork
was exhibited and films on India
Another day the students were
invited to Dearborn to see the
Ford Assembly Line. Other stu-
dents went to Saginaw where they
remained guests of the Junior
Chamber of Commerce.
These six students spoke on their
impressions of the United States
and gave information on their
The International Center puts
out a newsletter each month to in-
form students about functions be-
ing held there.
Continuing to Feb. 27, a recep-
tion program has been planned for
the foreign students so that they
may become more accustomed to
Sunday, Feb. 13 a discussion will
take place on how to improve
grades. Movies will be shown on
this subject. On Feb. 27, discus-
sion groups will be held oncus-
toms and mores of the United
States which areudifferent than
those of foreign countries.
New foreign students are espec-
ially invited, but all students on
campus are urged to come and
meet these students.
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LUCKY NUMBER-Bill Hubbard, junior medical student, takes
the blood pressure of Rickie Erskine. This blood pressure appar-
atus will be one of the door prizes at the Galens sponsored Ca-
Medical students will put away
their surgical instruments Satur-
day and dance to the music of Red
Johnson and his orchestra at the
annual Caduceus Ball.
Galens, the honorary medical1
society, will sponsor the Ball which
is one of the big social events of
the Medical School.
The semi-formal dance will be
held from 10 p.m. to 1 a.m. in
The Ball is named after Cadu-
ceus, the official emblem of the
Medical profession which depicts
the staff of Aescalapius, the God
of Healing in Roman mythology,
entwined by two serpents.
Programs will be in the form of
a wax sealed scroll with the Cadu-
Door prizes will be furnished by
local businessmen. Among the
prizes offered is a blood pressure
apparatus. There will be sever
prizes, each going to a winnei
holding the lucky number.
An extra attraction at the dance
will be a cartoon gallery with cari-
catures of members of the Medical
School faculty. tAlso featured will
be cartoons depicting the life of a
During intermission, entertain-
ment will be provided by the fu-
ture doctors. A trio consisting of
Bill Burdick, Charles Dafoe and
Mort Solomon will sing an origina
number entitled "Saturday Night'
and close with the number "Mr
Clavicle and Mr. Spleen." Accom-
panying the trio will be Jerry
Strauch at the piano.
After this, a skit entitled "Thi
Is Your Knife," a satire on "Thi:
Is Your Life" with a medical twist
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