Q, SEPTEMBER 25, 1955
THE MICHIGAN DAILY
To Be Given By ISA
From 4 to 9'p.m. today the In-
ternational Center in cooperation
with the.International Students
Association will present an orien-
tation program at the Center for
all international students.
The program will begin with the
showing of slides of scenes in
Michigan and at the University.
Supper will follow this at, 6 p.m.
University songs will be sung at
this time with an assist from
music school students.
Also included in the program
will be a panel discussion by mem-
bers of the International Students
Association, the Center staff and
Student Government Council. The
program will end with a film on
how to watch a football game foll-
owed by a social period.
Reception at Rackham
At 8 p.m. on Saturday, Oct. 8,
a reception for new foreign
students will be held at Rackham
Hall. Dancing will follow the re-
ception. This, event is open to fac-
ulty 'nd international students
The week of Sunday, Oct. 16
through Sunday, Oct. 24, has been
proclaimed United Nations Week
and the Center has scheduled sev-
eral events for this period.
From 4 to 6 p.m. on Thursday,
Oct. 20, a tea will be held at the
center. Prof. M. S. Sundaram,
cultural attache at the Indian
embassy in Washington will be
Saturday, Oct. 22, has been set
aside as International Sports Day.
This event will be held all day at
the IM Building.
Harry Lunn, former Daily man-
aging editor, will present the key-
note address at the Program to be
presented on Sunday, Oct. 24 in
Haven Hall. Following his ad-
dress a debate on a current con-
troversial issue wil be presented
by four students.
Another scheduled program will
feature films on the UN. A speak-
er from the UN will also be pres-
ent. International desserts will
be served at a small charge to
students attending this affair to
which the entire campus has been
Also on the schedule for UN
Week is an International Cultural
Variety Program which will fea-
ture music, dancing and poetry of
Dates and times for these two
programs will be announced later.
As a service to foreign students
the International Students Asso-
ciation has set up a drivers service
through which students can work
together finding apartments for
newcomers and meeting trains,
planes and buses.
B uro-Ca ts
There will be a meeting at 4
p.m. tomorrow in the League
for all women who were mem-
bers of Buro-Cats last year.
These women were sent cards
over the summer asking them
to help in the League until after
rushing, and during the orien-
tation of new Buro-Cats.
The room number will be
To Be Sold
At New Pool
Piping To Be Featured
Crest, Extra Pocket,
On Jackets for Coeds
WAA University of Michigan
blazers, for coeds, featuring a crest
on the pocket, will be on sale from
10 a.m. to 5 p.m. Thursday and
Friday at the women's pool.
The jackets come in two styles-
one of heavy flannel in navy blue,
grey and white, and the other of
shetland tweed in white only.
Both are fully lined.
Coeds may choose from a var-
iety of trims as navy piping on
white blazers, gold on blue or
grey and without any piping at
all. There is no extra charge for
An optional University crest is
available to go on the pocket in
gold or navy. An extra pocket is
included as a special feature. This
may be used to replace the crest
after a student graduates.
WAA representatives will be on
hand to take orders for the blazers
along with a professional fitter
from a - clothing company. De-
livery of the jackets will be in
approximately six weeks.
A $5 non-refundable deposit is
required upon ordering, and the
remainder is to be paid upon de-
For further information, stu-
dents are asked to c o nt a c t
Dorothy Clarkson at NO 25579.
All alterations will be made at
no extra charge, including the
shortening of sleeves.
Profits from the sale will go
to the Women's Athletic Associa-
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