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T~EMICHIGAN DAILY

THURSDAY, OCTOBER 13, 1959

ALPHA PHI OMEGA:
Service Group to Greet
Prospective Members

Alpha Phi Omega, national
service fraternity, will hold an
open meeting for both old and
prospective members at 7:30 to-
night in Rm. 3KLM of the Union.
Guest speakers at the meeting
will include Walter B. Rea, Dean
Seniors Asked
For Proofs
Seniors are asked to bring pic-
ture proofs to the Student Publi-
cations Building, 420 Maynard
Street, between noon and 5 p.m.
and from 7 to 9 p.m.
The 'Ensian staff also announ-
ces that it is necessary that all
'picture appointments be kept.
Senior pictures will be on sale
through Friday.

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of Men; Robert L. Garfield, of the
office of registration and records;
and Edwar G. Groesbeck, director
of the office of registration and
records.
"Willingness to work is the only
requirement for membership,"
Malvin Leibowitz, '56, vice-presi-
dent of the group said.
"The threefold purpose of the
organization is service to the com-
munity, service to the campus and
service to the fraternity," Leibo-
witz continued.
Some of the services APO offers
the University are guided tours
on main and north campus, non-
paid help at registration, and a
poster service taking care of offi-
cial University bulletin boards.
Members on Call
"Members are on call by the
University any time that help is
needed," Leibowitz remarked.
The fraternity also maintains
an office which has mail service,
phone service, filing space and a
mimeograph machine for campus
organizations without an office.
With more than 60 active mem-
bers, the group plans this year
"an extension of all our services,
maikng them both bigger and
better," Leibowitz said.
Alpha Phi Omega does not
maintain a house because the na-
tional constitution states that the
group is primarily a service organ-
ization, not a social one.
"Membership in APO does not
in any way hinder membership in
any social fraternity," Vice-presi-
dent Leibowitz added.
Other officers of the fraternity
are Wilfred Hufton, "55 BAd.,
president; Richard Bloss, '56 Eng.,
secretary; and Niman Miller, '56.
treasurer.
Prof. Ward's
Lottery Solves
Test Schedule
There are all kinds of ways to
give an exam, but arranging one
with the aid of a lottery is Prof.
Robert E. Ward's solution to what
could have been a touchy problem.
Examinations on the outside
reading assigned in Political
Science 154 are to be conducted on
an individual interview basis. To
avoid bunching these orals at the
end of the semester, Prof. Ward
announced that they would be
held between the end of October
and December 15.
As most students naturally pre-
fer to put off the ordeal as long
as possible, the question arose as
to a simple and fair way to assign
examination dates. With a series
of dates written on small cards
and the aid of a willingly lent
AFROTC hat, the drawing was
held.
Surprisingly, everyone seemed
satisfied with the system and the
good prof. seems to have devised
an easy way out of a painful ad-
ministrative chore.
Prof.'s Daughter
Killed in Tumble
Dr. Martha Wells Usher, daugh-
ter of Prof. and Mrs. Carlton F.
Wells of Ann Arbor, died Tuesday.
She had fallen down a flight of
stairs at the Children's Hospital
in Philadelphia, where she was
serving her internship with her
husband. The cause of the fall
has not been determined.
Prof. Wells, of the University's
English department, and his wife
flew to Philadelphia yesterday.
Dr. Usher took her undergrad-
uate work at McGill University in
Montreal. Coming to the Univer-
sity for her medical training, she
was graduated in 1954.
Funeral services will be held at

3:00 p.m. Sunday at the Congre-
gational Church in Ann Arbor.

U' Initiates
New Policy
Language Needs
To Be Changed
A more liberal foreign language
requirement for Phd. degree can-
didates has been initiated at the
University.
The new plan was announced
today by Dean Ralph A. Sawyer
of the Rackham School of Gradu-
ate Studies. It will allow students
in some departments to substitute
a program of graduate work, con-
sisting of at least nine hours for
one of the languages usually re-
quired for a degree. In other cases
students will be permitted to sub-
stitute another foreign language
for the customary German or
French.
In the latter case, a student
whose native language is not Eng-
lish and who plans to return to
his home country at the comple-
tion of his study may choose Eng-
lish as one language toward the
requirement.
The new plan follows a general
trend toward liberalizing doctoral
language requirements among
leading graduate schools.
John Roxoborough of the Na-
tional Association for the Ad-
vancement of Colored People will
discuss FEPC before the Young.
Republican meeting at 7:30 p.m.
today in the Union.
Organization
Notices

Acolytes: Prof. Arne Naess of
University speaking, Oct. 14, 8:00
East Conference Room, Rackhanm

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NOTICE_
Season Tickets (5 concerts) - Obernkirchen, Oct. 17;
London Philharmonia, Nov. 9; Boston Pops, Jan. 8;
Myra Hess, Feb. 15; Teresa Stitch-Randall, Mar. 9;
$8.50, $7.00, $6.00, $5.00
UNIVERSITY MUSICAL SOCIETY
BURTON TOWER

* * *
Alpha Phi Omega: An open meeting
for all men interested in joining. Mr.
Erich Walter, Dr. E. G. Grosebeck and
Mr. R. L. Garfield will speak. Today
7:30 p.m., Room 3-KLM, Union.
* * *
Chess Club: Oct. 14, 7:30 p.m., Michi-
gan Union.
Engineering Council: Meeting today,
7:15 p.m., Room 3-N, Michigan Union.
* * *
Fireside Forum: Miss Catherine Jones
speaking on "The Principle and Prac-
tice of Quakerism." Oct. 16, 7:30 p.m.,
Youth Room, First Methodist Church.
* * *
Generation: Today, 7:30 p.m., Stu-
dent,, Publication Building.
* * *
Hillel: Suppa Commeroration, today,
4:00-5:30, Festival of the Tabernacles,.
All campus invited.
* . *
Hillel: 7:15 Friday evening services
followed by Oneg Shebat.
* * *
.Hillel: Supper Club, 6:00 p.m., Sun-
days.
* .**
Industrial Relations Club: Guy Nunn,
UAW-CIO News Analyst, today 7:30 p.m.,
Coffee Lounge, Bus. Admin. School.
* * *
Kappa Phi: Informal Punch Party
today, 7:30 p.m., Wesley Foundation,
First Methodist Church.
' * * *
La Petite Causette: Meeting today,
3:30-5:00 p.m., Club 600, .South Quad.
* * *
Lutheran Student Association: Dr.
Gehard Lenski speaking on "Darivin-
ism" today, 7:15, Lutheran Student
Chapel, Hill and Forest.
* * *
Modern Dance Club: Today'7:30 p.m.,
Barbour Gym, everyone interested wel-
come.
Newman Club: Latin American Party
Oct. 14, 8:00-12:00 p.m., Gabriel Richard
Center.
* * *
Russian Club-Dance Group: Today,
7:30, Michigan League.
* * *
U-M Young Republican Club: Mr.
John Roxoborough of the NAACP
speaing, tokday, 7:30 p.m., room 3 B,
Michigan Union.
* * *
WCBN, SQ: Today, 7:15 p.m., G 103 -
S.Q.
* * s
Wesleyan Guild. Treasure Hunt, in-
door party in case of rain. Oct. 14, 8:00
p.m., Wesley Lounge, First Methodist
Church.
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1951 HENRY J. Excellent. Heater, turn-
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1950 CHEVROLET-Power glide, radio,
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1950 CHEVROLET Belair Sport Coupe,
2 tone gray, radio, heater. One own-
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the downtown carport. Huron Motor
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1946 OLDSMOBILE. 4 door, radio, heat-
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The big lot across from the down-
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