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WEDNESDAY*,1MAR CH 21, 1956 THE MICHIGAN DAILY
Students To "Take Part '(;>" ,: r.2" ,, ., i u:6nb,:.?' , >..: ~::k.
In Cultural Program .*. \

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Previewing a Good Neighbor
Tour of the state which will be
held during the next -academic
year, a group of students from
various countries will give a cul-
tural program this evening in Mon-
roe.,
The tour, originally planned for
spring vacation, was proposed by
Buddha V. Govindaraj, vice-presi-
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Junior Coeds
Ready Show
With only one day of rehearsal
remaining before curtain time, the
108 members of the Junior Girls
Play are putting the final touches
on their original production of
"Rising High."
The show will highlight the Sen-
ior Night, celebration,. honoring
graduating women, tomorrow, and
will be presented for the entire
campus at 8 p.m. Friday and Sat-
urday with a Saturday matinee at
2:30 p.m. in the Lydia Mendelssohn
Theatre.
The entire production will be
co-ordinated by Nancy MacDonald,
general chairman. Miss MacDon-
ald gained experience with cam-
pus shows by serving as assistant
general chairman of Soph Scan-
dals, in Frosh Weekend and with
a role in a Skit Night production.
League Candidate
President {of Alpha Phi sorority,
she was recently nominated to run
for the position of secretary of the
League Interviewing and Nominat-
ing committee.
Choreography for JGP has been
done by dance chairman Robbi Ar-
nold and her assistants, Patti
Drake and Gaille Valentine.
Miss Arnold has given dance con-
certs at the National Music. Camp
at Interlochen as well as making
public appearances at banquets
and conventions.
Dancing at Three
Her dancing career began at the
age of three and continued through
high school shows to choreogra-
. phy and solo dances in both Frosh
Weekend and Soph Scandals at the
University.
A member of the Modern Dance
Club, Miss Arnold has also been
an instructor at a dance studio.
Miss Drake served as, dance
chairman of Soph Scandals, chor-
eographing a n d directing. 13
dances.
Dancer - Skater
An avid figure skater, Miss
Drake has integrated her dancing
background with her ice skating
Miss Valentine is manager of
the Ballet Club and has danced in
Frosh Weekend. A member of the
Severo Ballet group, she has ap-
peared in six Ballet Club cpncerts

dent of the International Center,
and has been approved by Uni-
versity President Harlan H. Hatch-
er.
However, since the idea was con-
ceived too late in the year for the
University to find places for the
performers to stay, the trip has
been postponed until next year.
To Perform
The entertainers in this eve-
ning's program will be Gunay Ak-
tay from Turkey, playing the ac-
cordion, Husana Borja, Hugo Bor-
ja and Toefilo Almbdo from Ecua-
dor, doing a Spanish dance, and
Samuel Prakash from Pakistan,
playing the flute.
A Ukrainain group will present
"Zalytsianotchka," Andree de Jong
from the Netherlands, "Pavane,"
and a Hawaiian group, a hula.
A Venezuelan student, Levy Ro-
mero, will play the guitar, while
a Filipino group will do "Tinikling."
Mrs. Ana Rodriguez from Cuba
and Joseph Faris from Lebanon
will sing Cuban songs and Bien
Guitterez from Spain will give an
exhibition of bull-fighting.
Govindaraj, from India, is the
general manager and public rela-
tions chairman of the program.
Arrange Trip
Hannah Surh from Korea is
stage manager with Mary Ann
Benesh from the United States as
assistant.
Walter Vogel, a German stu-
dent, is program director and
Hashim Al-saati from Iraq, per-
sonnel director.
The program is being sponsored
by the International Student's As-
sociation and the Parent-Teach-
ers' Association of Monroe.
Profits from the show are ex-
pected to be put into a newly es-
tablished scholarship fund design-
ed to encourage students to go
into the teaching profession.

-Daily-John Hirtziol
CONTEST--Reg Valentine, Publicity Chairman for Chancellors'
Court, Annual Law School dance spdnsored by the Student Bar
Association, can be seen obtaining his entry for the cartoon con-
test at Hutchins Hall in the Law Club.
Ann Arbor Coeds Ask ADC
For Membership in Dorms

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Among the topics discussed at
the Assembly Dormitory Council
meeting Monday was the question
of associate membership in the
dormitories for Ann Arbon women.
In Ann Arbor there are ap-
proximately 200 women living with
their families, who have no
planned social activities.
Several coeds presented a plan
before ADC suggesting that they
become associate members of a
dormitory, paying their dues, and
thus be active participants in dorm
activities.
Set Up Committee
ADC passed a motion to estab-
lish a co-ordinating committee to
set up associate membership for
these girls.
The University has been chosen
to be the home for the Big
Ten Resident Halls Headquarter's
School Secretariat, the purposeof
which is to gather all the Big Ten
information in one place.
To set up and run this organi-
zation, there will be a five man
secretariat. . There will be two
representatives from Assembly,
two from IHC and an executive
secretary.
Petitioning Opens
Petitioning for these positions is
now open and will close on Mon-
day. Petitions may be secured
from either the League Under-
graduate Office or the IHC office.
During the weekend of April 13,
there will be a Big Ten Resident
Halls Conference at Purdue Uni-
versity.

Representatives from the wom-
en's residentthalls and several
members of the Assembly Board
will attend.
Discussion Topics
t Included on the agenda are dis-
cussions on social problems, cam-
pus participation and student gov-
ernment advancement.
Volunteer workers are needed to
maintain collection posts for the
annual Tag Day Drive to be held
April 12-13.
Sponsored jointly by Assembly,
Panhellenic Association, IHC and
IFC, the drive helps to finance the
Fresh Air Camp.
Academic Freedom Week, April
9-13, will feature informal discus-
sions with faculty members within
the dorms.

SENATE-'There will be a Wom-
en's Senate meeting at 4 p.m. to-
day in the League.
* * *
FROSH WEEKEND - Commit-
tees which will meet today in the
League for the Blue team are
finance at 4 p.m. and properties
and tryouts at 7 p.m. Maize try-
outs will be held at 3:30 p.m.
* * .
JGP-Tickets for the Friday and
Saturday performances of "Rising
High," the 1956 Junior Girls Play,
may be purchased from 1 to 5 p.
m. each day at the Lydia Mendel-
ssohn box office.

Leadership Conference
In an effort to paid students IARLYIUN
conduct organized meetings, the
Union will hold a Student Lead--9, /
ership conference from 7:30 to PRODUCT OF/UCO
10 p.m. today in Rm. 3-M,N in AMERICA'S LEADING MANUFACTURER OF CIGARETTES CA. T. CO. K-::
the Union.. It will be headed
by Prof. Allen Menlo of the psy-
chology department.

Who will help
Gabriella is six, the oldest of three
children. She never slept in a bed. She
goes to school because she gets one
t 'i:?4 .'? :":# Tfi.;: '.... free meal a day. She has no others.
She never owned a toy. Home is a hut,
9x12. The walls are of cardboard in
spots where the logs have rotted away.
The floor is earthen . .. there are no
facilities. Gabriella's parents survived
the war in Italy, but now there is no
employment. Their . hearts are torn,
w . . . for they cannot help their child . .
not even comb her hair ... they do
not own a comb. Gabriella's hunger is
unappeased, her misery deep. She can.
not smile. Help to this family means
hope instead of despair .';. a chance
to live . a bulwarkagainst destrue
tive ideologies. Won't you help her
and her weary parents or other dis-
tressed children . . . many without
one or both parents? They look to
) ~.you who can actively participate in
establishing world understanding.
Will You, Your School, Your Class, Your Club or Group
Adopt a Distressed Child Like Gabriella for One Year?
You alone, or as a member of a group, can help these children by becoming
a Foster Parent. You will be sent the case history and photograph of "your"
child upon receipt of application with initial payment. "Your" ;child is told
that you are his or her Foster Parent. All correspondence is through our of-
fice, and is translated and encouraged. We do no mass relief. Each child,
treated as an individual, receives food, clothiag, shelter, education and medical
care according to his or her needs.
The Plan is a non-political, non-profit, non-sectarian, independent, government.
approved relief organization, helping children, wherever the need, in England,
France, Belgium, Italy, Holland, Greece, Western Germany and Korea and is
registered under No. VFA019 with the Advisory Committee on Voluntary For.
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formation Bureau. Your help is vital to a child struggling for life, itself. Give
them your help today, so you can live together tomorrow.
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Founded 1937 @1956 FPP, INC
Partial List of Sponsors and Foster Parents'
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Haynes Holmes, Jean Tennyson, Helen Hayes, Dr. Howard A. Rusk, Edward R.
Murrow, Bing Crosby, K. C. Gifford, Gov. and Mrs. Walter Kohler, Charles R. Hook.
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JUDY WOLGAST

Platform:
This committee works to serve the women of Michigan. Although
its main function is choosing women who will run the League well,
it must help the individual girl and her self-confidence wherever
possible. Keep up publicity through Senate, Assembly, Panhel, Daily,
and personal contact. I would especially encourage co-op, league
house, and freshman ,women to enter activities.
If elected, I would strive to make the interview easy, fun, and
interesting for the girl being interviewed.
Experience:
Frosh Weekend, floorshow: Soph Scandals, floorshow and props com-
mittee; Alice Lloyd-Hinsdale House Council: executive council at
present residence; orientation leader.
KATHRYN WILSON
Platform:
To encourage petitioning froin competent freshmen, transfers,
and foreign students I would like to see Daily publicity continued be-
sides publicity in housing units, especially League House,~ co-ops in-
creases. I would strive to be objective and friendly in considering
petitions and interviews; thinking especially of how the position
would help the girl. I consider this committee the most important body
in the League, and I would put a great deal of .enthusiasm and time
into it.
Experience:
Dorm council; Assembly Dorm Council; Women's senate; Soph
Scandals, Central Committee; Orientation Leader; Hospital Volun-
teer Service; Alpha Lambda Delta.
SHANNON KING
Platform:
As a member of the Interviewing and Nominating Committee, I
would feel it my responsibility:
1. to, through the best possible publicity, stimulate the capable and
responsible women on campus to an interest in petitioning.
2. to use my best judgement in determining the right girl for the job
and the right job for the girl . being fully acquainted with the

JUDY GUEST
Platform:
Three important points I would emphasize if I become a member
of the League Interviewing and Nominating Committee are:
Publicity - and lots of it, in order to encourage girls to petition
who are shy about plunging into something they do not know much
about. E
Fitting the girl to the position she would be most suited for. I
think this is just as important as fitting to the position the person
most qualified to fill it.
The relative value of the petition and the personal interview
should not be standardized, but varied to suit each individual candi-
date.
Experience:
Activities: Frosh Week-end, Publicity Committee; PanHel Ball, Asst.
Decorations chairman; Soph Scandals; House Rush Chairman.
V
SUE BERGDAHL
Platform:
I believe that the Interviewing and Nominating Committee is the
most important committee in the League. It is responsible for filling
the League positions with capable and industrious girls. Not only is
the committee indebted to the League, but to the girl petitioning in
that the right job is found for the right girl. To encourage petitioning,
better publicity is definitely needed. One suggestion is to have League
Night during spring petitioning so that interest in the League may
be heightened at this time.
Experience:
Buro-Cat, Ass't. General Chairman of Maize Team (Frosh Weekend),
Buro-Cat Advisory Bord, Props Chairman of Soph Scandals, Inter-
viewing and Nominating Committee for Frosh Weekend, House Judi-
ciary.
JENNIE GIBSON
Platform:
The purpose of the Interviewing and Nominating Committee, as
I see it, is to encourage qualified, interested, enthusiastic girls to peti-
tion for League positions, girls .who will contribute to making the
League an even bigger and better organization. As a member of In-
terviewing and Nominating, I would choose girls fairly for positions

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