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FRIDAY, OCTOBER 7, 1955

THE MICHIGAN DAILY

FRIDAY, OCTOBER 7,1955THE MICHIGAN DAILY

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SGC, ISA To Sponsor UN Week

On the House

Believing that an awareness of
the nature of the United Nations
is an important ingredient of
student education, Student Gov-
ernment Council agreed late Wed-
nesday night to join the Interna-
tional Students Association in
sponsoring United Nations Week.
Chairman of the SGC's Human
and International Welfare Com-
mittee, Bob Leacock, submitted
the proposal which the 18-member
ber council passed after some
council passed after some discus-
sion.
For the first time, the birth of
the international organization wpl

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be celebrated on campus for the
week of October 16 to 24.
Special Day
October 24, has been officially
named. United Nations Day and
will be observed throughout t he
world.
In accordance with the resolu-
tion passed, SGC will aid ISA
with ticket distribution, publicity
and planning of the debate which
will close the week's program.
The subject of the debate, which
has not yet been announced, will
be controversial and pertain to
the UN. It will be preceded by a

Events Around Campus

SOPH SCANDALS-There will
be a meeting of all the chairmen
of Soph Scandals and their as-
sistants at 9 a.m. tomorrow at
the League.
r FIELD HOCKEY-Members of
the Field Hockey Club will hold
a practice session and will elect
club officers at 4:30 p.m. Monday
at the Women's Athletic Building.
PETITIONING-Petitioning for
the six remaining positions on the
Education School Council closes
Monday. Interviews will be held
from 3 to 5 p.m. on Monday.
On Wednesday, Oct. 19, a coffee
hour will be given in honor of fac-
ulty members of education school.

BALLET CLUB-First meeting
of the WAA Ballet Club will be
held at 7:30 p.m. Tuesday in Bar-
bour Gymnasium.
* * *
RIFLE CLUB - Organizational
meeting of the Women's Rifle Club
will be held at 1:30 p.m. Tuesday
in the basement of the Women's
Athletic Building. Any interested
students may attend since no ex-
perience is necessary.
TENNIS TOURNAMENT - An
inter-club tournament is being
planned by members of the WAA
Tennis Club. Playoffs will take
place at 4:10 p.m. every Wednes-
day.

speech given by Harry Lunn Jr.,
former editor of The Daily and
former president of the National
Students Association.
SGC Backs UN
SGC co-sponsorship of UN
Week has made student backing
complete. It is in agreement with
a motion passed by the National
Students Association, of which
SGC is a member.
The motion advocated that all
student groups do their best to
further the prestige of the UN,
and to stimulate every activity
designed to bring the UN to the at-
tention of student bodies and
communities in general.
Leacock, SGC member, men-
tioned that attendance at UN
Week functions will enhance un-
derstanding of the cultures of the
various national groups represent-
ed on campus.
Movies To Be Shown
Opening the program will be the
showing of motion pictures at
7:30 p.m. on Sunday, October 16
at Lane Hall.
Introduced by Archibald Sing-
ham, chairman of UN Week acti-
vities, and Leacock, the films will
include a report of technical as-
sistance work in the Philippines.
Refreshments, characteristic of
various geographical areas of the
world, will be served afterward.
On Friday; Oct. 21 an interna-
tional cultural program will be
presented featuring skits concern-
ing the University International
Center.
Hillel Foundation
Will Hear Rabbi
As Guest Speaker
Rabbi S. Kaplan will be visiting
the University this weekend as a
guest of Hillel.
"They No Longer Dwell in
Booths," is the title of the sermon
Rabbi Kaplan will give at Hillel
at 7:15 p.m. tonight. The title
was taken from the season of Suc-
coth where it is the custom for
the people to eat in sukka.
Following the football game,
Rabbi Kaplan will speak with, the
members of the Hillel student
community. There will also be
an open house at Hillel after the
game.
Rabbi Kaplan is a graduate of
the University of Minnesota and
received his Rabinical degree from
the Jewish Institute of Religion
in New York City.
He is midwest director of the
Hillel foundations and has been
director of the Ohio State Uni-
versity Jewish group since 1935.
He is also chairman of the Na-
tional Hillel Summer Institute
Committee.
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--Daily-Ester Goutsmit
CADET CAPERS-George Henroch and Tony Trittipo prepare the
site of a replica of West Point's famed kissing rock. It is to be
featured at tomorrow night's Cadet Capers to be held from 9 p.m.
to midnight in the Union's main ballroom. During intermission,
Mary and Nancy Witham will sing a duet accompanied by Red
Johnson at the piano.
University Medical Officials
Find Fewrer Health Defects

By ESTHER MARGOLIS
Michigan Men - straighten
those shoulders! Arch those backs!
The cadets are on their way and
Greek-letter affiliates and Inde-
pendents are really planning a
rousing welcome for the Army
visitors.
Phi Rho Sigma is having an
open house tomorrow afternoon
featuring Red Johnson and his
band, in honor of the transient
West Pointers.
Acacia, Alpha Chi Sigma, Del-
ta Tau Delta, Pi Lambda Phi, Al-
pha Sigma Phi, Chi Phi, Phi Kap-
pa Sigma, and Theta Delta Chi
are among the houses holding
post-game parties with the wel-
come mat out for all cadets
To Open House
Also holding open houses after
the big game are members of Sig-
ma Nu, Phi Gamma Delta, Gam-
ma Phi Beta, Sigma Alpha Epsi-
lon, Theta Chi and Sigma Alpha
Mu.
Coeds invited to the Phi Sigma
Delta houses tomorrow night had
better scour\ the want ads (the
ones in The Daily preferably) for
an idea for a costume to wear to
the Phi Sig's Advertisement Cos-
tume party.
Bermuda shorts will be the at-
tire for the Phi Sigma Kappa
dates at their weiner roast, to be
held on the house grounds. A
barbeque in the form of a Chinese
lawn party will be featured at
the Tau Kappa Epsilon house to-
morrow night.
Alleycats Play
Ann Arbor Alleycats will be en-
tertaining at the Sigma Chi's post-
game open house.
Nu Sigma Nu men and dates
will dance to the music of the
Ilio-Tivial Band, at their house-
party tomorrow evening.
The majority of parties this
weekend are in the form of record
dances.
Among the houses holding these
campus get-to-gethers are Alpha
Delta Phi, Alpha Epsilon Pi, Al-
pha Kappa Kappa, Alpha Tau
Omega, Beta Theta Pi, Delta Sig-
ma Phi, Delta Upsilon, Phi Chi,
Psi Omega, Sigma Phi, Theta Xi,
Trigon, Stockwell, Phi Rho Sig-
man, and Reeves House.
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a more active interest in their
own health problems.
According to the medical per-
sonnel who gave physical exami-
nations to 1,330 freshmen women
and to 770 other coeds, there were
fewer correctable defects found
than there. had been in previous
years. And the majority of these
chronic cases were already under
some medical care.
Fewer nose and throat condi-
tions like adenoids and infected
tonsils were discovered and most
skin problems such as acne and
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ing taken care of, as were most
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the seriousness of this important
handicap in establishing a health-
ful life.
Many conditions needing furth-
er diagnosis were revealed. Among
those conditions discovered were
probable diabetes mellitus, hypo-
thyroids, and questionable heart
diseases.
Out of the hundred of X-rays
taken during Orientation Week,
only one actual case of tubercu-
losis of the lungs was found, al-
though many students with cured
tuberculosis were entering or re-
entering the University.
It was found that many women
were just slightly anemic. They
were advised that this anemia
was probably due to poor selection
of foods, and that a balanced diet
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