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THURSDAY, MAY 8, 1956

THE MCHIGAN DAILY

PAGE 1TVE

THURSDAY, MAY 3, 1~56 THE MICHIGAX DAILY PAGE JITE

ADC Installs
New Board
New, Past Presidents
Address Association
"Assembly is still young enough
to have ideals and yet old enough
to have gained experience," said
Jean Scruggs, new president of
Assembly Association, at the in-
stallation of officers held Monday
at the League.
Addressing the Assembly Dor-
mitory Association for the last
time, past president Jeannette
Grimn told of the increase in func-
tion which Assembly has exercised
in the past year.
Workng with Miss Scruggs will
be first vice-president Betsy Al-
exander, and second vice-presi-
dent Gloria Szweda.
Taking minutes ana handling
correspondence are the new jobs
of Mary Ann Forbes, books will
be balanced by treasurer, Marion
Wright.
Committeechairmen who were
installed at the ADO meeting in-
clude Ruth Alkema, public rela-
tions; Margaret Brake, special
projects and Lou Ann Carmichael,
big sister chairman.
Other board positions are held
by social chairman Carole Ruben-
stein and personnel chairman Pat
Marthenke.
Following the installation of of-
ficers, there was an ADC meeting.
It was announced that petition-
ing for I-Hop and Fortnite, opened
Wednesday, will close on Monday,
May 14.
Positions open for I-Hop include
central committee chairman for
decorations, publicity, programs
and publicity, finance and orches-
tra and tickets.

'AMERICAN

FRIENDS':

Coeds Will Aid Foreign Students

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The International Committee of
the Women's League is opening
petitioning for the "American
Friend" Program.
This program was formulated so
that international women who are
planning to attend graduate school
here, may receive aid and friend-
ship from American coeds.
The American women partici-
pating in this project are given"
the name and address of one in-
ternational student who is enrolled
at the University for Fall '56.
Coed Writes Letter
The American coed will write a
letter of welcome to the foreign
student, explaining who she is,
and offering to supply any infor-
mation the woman may wish.
When the graduate student ar-
rives at Michigan in the fall, the
"Big Sister" contacts her and ex-
plains different traditions and cus-
toms which the woman may not
understand.
This program gives foreign stu-
dents a chance to meet American
students, and it also affords Amer-
ican students an opportunity to
make interesting and worthwhile
friendships which they ordinarily
would not be able to make.
Assembly, Panhel Represented
Sue Sture will be chairman of
the committee. Working with her
will be Nancy Caldwell and Sybil
Wong. The Panhellenic represen-
tative is Lynn Garver, while As-
sembly will be represented by
Carol Rubinstein.
Petitions for the American
Friend Program can be obtained
at the League Undergraduate Of-
fice and are due at 5 p.m. Monday,
M4ay 7.
There are sixty to one hundred

foreign graduate women expected
to enroll at the University in the
fall. Positions are open for sixty
to seventy Michigan coeds.
Selection of the members for
this committee will be based on
personal interviews lasting ten
minutes.'
The names of the committee
members will appear in the Daily
and details of the program will be
explained at a spring meeting.

Last year one big sister at the
University wrote to a Japanese
woman and they corresponded all
summer. Due to some unforeseen
circumstance, the woman couldl
not come to the United States, but
the correspondence was continued.
When the "big sister" got mar-
ried a gift arrived from Japan,
indicating gratitude for the friend-
ship established.

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INTERNATIONAL BALL-President Harlan H. Hatcher accepts a
ticket for the I.S.A.'s annual International Ball from Mai-Lan
Lee of China and Alabi Masha. The dance will be held from 9
p.m. toj a.m. Saturday at the Union Ballroom.

State Justice To Open
i '5.6- International Ball
Representing Governor-G. Men-
nen Williams, Talbott Smith, Ball are Farouk Alireza of Sat
Justice of the Michigan State Su- Arabia, Theresa Fessler of t
preme Court, will officially open U.s. and Ulrike Klopfer of GE
the International Ball at 9 p.m. many.
Saturday in the Union Ballroom. Tickets for the dance may
Featuring the music of Paul purchesd in Rm. 15 of the Inti
Brodie and his orchestra and the national Center at any time, a
Dixieland Dandy-o's, the semi-for- in the Administration Buildinga
mnal dance, entitled "Dancing Un- ter Saturday, May 5.
der the Stars," will initiate the an- International Week
nual International Week program. International Week sponsored
Decorations relating to the the International Students Assoc
theme of the dance will include ation will also include a fashi
balloons painted to look like'plan- show "Reflections," to be held
ets hung from the chandeliers, sil- 8 p.m. Thursday at the Uni
ver dust stars, and simulated Ballroom.
clouds on the ceiling. The spring and summer showi
Floor Show will be presented with the aid
Highlighting the evening will be men and women from vari
a floor show featuring American housing units on campus who w
and international dance and song act as models. International co
routines, will model current fashions of th
Performing will be Dr. and Mrs. own country.
Joseph Eder, professional dancers International Week continui
from Germany, Fay Sabbaugh of until May 13 will also include
the Middle East, Gunnay Aktay of lecture, paegant, sports day, a
Turkey and Bob Nye of the U.S. finally a buffet supper.
The smaller, adjoining ballroom,
transformed into a night club MIRROR, MIRROR .. .
called the "Endroit Romantique" "Reflections," the co-ed fash
will provide a more intimate at- ion show, will be presented at
mosphere. p.m. Thursday, May 10 in th
Candlelit Tales Union Ballroom. The showin
Candle-littables will encircle will feature spring and summer
the room, where soft drinks and fashions modeled by student;
candy may be purchased from cos- representing various campw
tumedrcigarette girls.tfiroups.
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