THURSDAY, SEP TMBER 20,1958
TIME MICHIGAN DAILY
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Center Greets Foreign Students
By ARLINE LEWIS
Last week, after gathering to-
gether its collective energies, the
International Center began a pro-
gram to introduce over 300 newly
arrived foreign students to univer-
sity living in the United States.
The orientation program, which
started at the airport and rail-
road station where incoming stu-
dents were greeted, included coun-
seling service, teas and evening en-
Groups of foreign students, who
had already spent time at the
University, waited at transporta-
tion depots for the spasmodic ar-
rivals' of newcomers who were tak-
en to the International Center.
At the Center, Robert Klinger
and his two assistants, Russ Han-
son and Bill West, interviewed all
new international students and of-
fered counseling services.
Immigration problems and mon-
ey loans were discussed, and many
working permits were issued to
those students who must find em-
Afterwards," the students con-
sulted with Margaret Mead, Direc-
tor of Housing at the Center, in an
attempt to find a place to live.
By the end of the week, Mrs.
Meads list of available rooms,
which had been put at the dis-
posal of arriving students, was de-
pleted with newcomers still ex-
Students who arrived early
enough to choose rooms, were driv-
en through the campus area on
inspection tours by members of
Socially, the International Cen-
ter tried to keep their new people
busy from morning until night.
Coffee was served from 10 a.m. to
noon and tea from 2 to 5 p.m.
every day in the recreation room
where newcomers were encouraged
to meet old students and each oth-
To Be Shown
U Loan Collection
For Semester Rental
Art prints of masterpieces by
famous painters may be rented to
any interested students through
the Student Loan Collection.
An exhibition of the pictures
available will be on display from
1 to 4 p.m. today and tomorrow at
at the Rackham galleries.
Students will be able to look
through the prints on display and
pick out the ones in which they
are interested. They may sign up
at the Rackham galleries for those
which they wish to rent. A fee
will be charged for the renting
Persons will be on hand at all
times to answer questions at the
The prints may be picked up at
Rm. 510 in the Administration
Building from 1 to 5 p.m. begin-
ning Monday, Oct. 1, and continu-
ing until Friday, Oct. 5.
All prints must be returned one
week before final exams next Jan-
Store Donates Prints
This service was started nine
years ago when a large Detroit de-
partment store gave the University
400 art prints. A special fund was
set aside to frame and enlarge the
Since this time many University
students have been able to rent
and enjoy art masterpieces' right
phi their own University rooms.
Any coeds interested in join-
ing the Women's Staff of The
Daily will be welcomed at try-
out metings to be held at 7:15
p.m. Wednesday and 4:15 p.m.
Thursday at the Student Publi-
cations Building. Experience is
not a prerequisite for becoming
a Daily staff member.
League Council Meets
Freshmen and transfer women
wishing to learn of the League's
numerous activities, and receive
information about various other
campus organizations had the op-
portunity at the annual League
Day held at 2:30 and 4 p.m. Sun-
day in the Lydia Mendlessohn
Welcoming the coeds and start-
ing off the program for the after-
noon was Sue .Arnold, League
Other members of the League
Council were on hand to meet the
women and explain the multipli-
city of campus events which they
Representing the Student Gov-
ernment Council was Janet Neary
who spoke on student participa-
tion in their government.
Coeds attending the festivities
were entertained by the women of
Sigma Kappa, who were third
place winners in Lantern Night
held last spring.
Further entertainment was pro-
vided by coeds presenting short
skits from the Junior Girls Play,
program presented each spring by
junior women, and from Frosh
Weekend, the freshman class pro-
Previews of the new soph show
were also highlights of the after-
Following the program a social
hour was held at which time coeds
met with the various camput lead-
ers who were present.
Marylen Segel, chairman of the
was mistress of ceremonies.
A similar program was present-
ed to the Deans of Women and
house directors as well as to co-
eds who missed the earlier show
at 4 p.m.
Sunday's activities were but a
beginning for members of the
, Their first dance of the semest-
er, "Fall Fling," has been sched-
uled from 9 p.m. to midnight, Sept.
22 in the Ballroom.
WELCOME TO THE CLASS OF 1960
AND FORMER STUDENTS
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Hours Daily: 9:00 to 5:30
WELCOMING FOREIGN STUDENTS -- James Davis, Directo,
of the International Center, greets four of ovef 300 newly ar-
rived foreign students in his office, (l. to r.) Jacqueline Berthelot
of France, Jun Oishi of Japan, Melinee Agathon of France, and
Govind Raman of India.
Ann Arbor townswomen acted as
hostesses at these functions.
Evening entertainment consisted
of folk singing and dancing by Bill
Bender and Judd McGehee and
his wife. Burmese and Filippino
students also performed several
On Thursday, the new foreign
students placed in small groups be-
came a part of the general Uni-
versity orientation program.
Friday, more than half of the
expected newcomers had arrived
and the Center buzzed with activi-
ty as staff members, working un-
usually long hours, tried to help
the newcomers develop an initial)
familiarity with University norms.
Sunday at 6:30 p.m., the Inter-
national Center will sponsor its
semiannual orientation party for
new foreign students at the Union
The orientation party, which is
open to the public, will feature a
talk by Earl Riskey of the men's
physical education department
and a demonstration of customs
from countries all over the world.
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