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Few people just happen to stumble into the International Center.
Tucked away in a corner of the Union, its small sign on Madison
Street is easily overlooked. Although it can be reached through the
Union basement, this way presents a complicated maze of hallways
and the direction signs are not clear.
Yet, the International Center is one of the busiest spots on cam-
pus. People are always at the Center. Some may be watching television,
playing ping-pong, or talking to members of the staff.
Still others can be found in the lounge, reading the news about
foreign countries that is kept there, studying, playing the piano, or
carrying on animated discussions.
Americans Use Center
Students from other lands are not the only ones using the Center.
Many Americans are also there, some in connection with campus
Go To Delts
Delta Tau Delta's "Heaven
Down South" won top honors in
the IFC Sing yesterday.
Sigma Kappa, sponsor of Delta
Tau Delta, took first place in the
Lambda Chi Alpha's interpre-
tation of "Seeing Nellie Home"
was awarded second place honors.
Third place went to Phi Delta
Theta for its rendition of "Sol-
Sigma Phi Epsilon and Sigma
Alpha Epsilon shared first place
honorable mention. Second place
honorable mention resulted in a
tie between Beta Theta Pi and
SGC MEMBERS' NOTES:
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personnel is simply good p.r.,
spring weather, or. . .? (your
answer will NOT incriminate~you
or be published as a head in to-
Congrats! Where's yer hat?
(at home-it's so big it even
falls over my ears & glasses.)
Dear Lucy -
Could I please (pretty please!)
borrow a ciggybut to tide me
...tired, tired, tired
organizations like SGC, and someO
who are attracted by the cosmo-
politan atmosphere of the Center.
Busiest time every week at the
Center is Thursday afternoon
from 4:30 to 6 p.m. This is tea
time and many come to sip tea,
munch cookies and talk to some of
the interesting people who fre-
quent the Center. Some individuals
come to tea every week from force
Teas are arranged by Kathleen
Mead of the staff. Each week the
tea has a different theme honoring
some country or celebrating some
American or foreign holiday.
International Students Associ-
ation has offices in the Student Ac-
tivities Building and formal meet-
CONFERENCE-Telephone interrupts staff members.
ings of the club are held there.
But much of the actual business of
ISA is taken care of at the Center.
But the Center's functions are
not all social, Michigan has 1341
international students and the job
of the staff under the direction of
James M. Davis is to assist these
students in their needs.
All international students must
be processed through the Center
when they enter Michigan. The
Center must then keep track of
them and report their whereabouts
and progress to the United States
Housing List Kept
The staff at the Center also helps
with the personal needs of the
students. Robert B. Klinger and
his assistants William A. West and
Russell Hanson work on problems
such as immigration relationships,
finances and personal adjustment.
Although the Center does not
provide student housing, Mrs.
Mead keeps a list of available
rooms and apartments for the
convenience of foreign students.
Non-credit work in English is
given to students enrolled in regu-
lar classes who need help in Eng-
lish. Sarah E. Grcllman teaches
these remedial classes at Madelon
Pound House located at 1024 Hill
Classes are also given for stu-
dents' wives who are not enrolled
in- the 'U'. The Center has been
in charge of these classes for the
past fifteen years, but starting
next fall, the English department
will handle the program.
Plan Sight-Seeing Tours
Tours are offered during vaca-
tions. Some of these go on sight-
seeing trips through various parts
of the country. Other tours go
through Michigan cities presenting
custons, music and dancing of far-
off places. Janice Miller, Helen
Tjotis, Barbara Snoek and West
handle the many tours.
When foreign visitors come to
Michigan, the staff at the Center
plans their programs, arranging
for them to see the people and
places they are interested in.
A service just started by the
Center is arranging programs for
foreign professors and research-
ers who come to the University.
In addition to the services of-
fered for foreigners, American
students who want to study abroad
are given information about schools
and scholarships by Mr. Hanson.
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TIME OUT-Piano draws music lovers.
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Arts; Chemistry/Physics/Biology Art/ County Girl Scouts Camp Cedar Lake
(Continued from Page 4) Photography or Art/Home Economics. will talk to young women interested in
Appointments must be made for these working as general counsellors and spe-
Exhibits interviews by 4 p.m. of the day pre- ia1sts.
ceding the interview, Mr. Henry B. Ollendorff of the Neigh-
Museum of Art, Alumni Memorial Hall For additional information and ap- borhood Settlement Association of
California Paintings to April 22. Reli- pointments, contact the Bureau of Ap- Cleveland, will recruit general counsel-
gious Prints from Durer to Rouault to pointments, 3528 Administration Build- lors, specialists, and a camp nurse,
April 7. Hours: 9-5 weekdays, 2-5 on ink, NO 3-1511, Ext. 489. from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m.
Sundays. The public is invited.
The following camp directors will be summer Personnel Requests:
Placement N otices present in the Michigan Union, Room Information on the following posi-
3G, April 3rd, to interview prospective tions is available at the Summer Place-
Beginning with Monday, April 1, the camp personnel. ment Meeting in the Michigan Union,
following schools will be at the Bureau
of Appointments to interview for tea- Mr. Ken Smith of Camp Charlevoix, Wednesday, April 3rd.
chers for the 1957-58 school year. at Charlevoix, Michigan, will interview Residents of the East side of Detroit
Monday, April 1 general counsellors and specialists from are needed to work in a day camp op-
Coldwater, Michigan - All fields. 1 to 4:45 p.m. He will also interview on erated by the Hannan and Northeast-
Thursday, all day in the Union. ern Branch of the Detroit Y.M.C.A. Em-
Tuesday, April 2 Mr. Steuart of the Paul Bunyan Boy ployment is from June 24th to August
Berkley, Michigan -All fields. Scout Council of Saginaw, will inter- 15th, Monday through Friday. The fol-
Rochester, Michigan - All Elemen- view male counselors to work as spe- lowing vacancies must be filled; two
t JuniorHigh General Science; cialists in the following fields: assis- counsellors and bus drivers, must be
Albion. MichiganA Elementary- tant program director, waterfront and male, at least 18, and have chauffeur's
Speech Correction- General Science; asst. waterfront dir., rifle range dir., license; one male and one female gen-
Math; American Govt./Economics;His rifle range instructor, provisional scout- eral counselor.
tor; English; Girls Physical Education- master, and an outpost camp director. Camp Pinecliff for girls in Harrison,
Wednesday, April 3 Applicants should be at least 21 yrs. of Maine, has an opening for a drama
Wednea, il - Knage. The camp is also in need of a counselor. The applicant should be a
Yale, Michigan - Kindergarten; Ju- cooking staff young woman, with some experience,
nior High Teacher; High School Math; Mr. jrwin Haladner of Camp Wabi- able to select and produce one act
Chemistry/Physics; Spanish or French; Kon, Lake Timagami, Ontario, Canada, plays.
Librarian. will be present all day. Mr. Haladner There are several thousand firms all
tarWyandotte, Michigan - All Elemen- is interested in married couples, with over the country listed with the Sum-
ty; Librarian; Ar; Vocal Music; Vis- or without children, as well as "unat- mer Placement Service. Spring vaca-
iting Teacher; Psychologist; Junior Hi tached" students for the following po- tion is a good time to make contacts
Teacher of Mentally Handicapped. sitions: cabin counsellors, section with these people. If you have not yet
Fenton, Michigan (Lake Fenton heads, swim instructress, and canoe trip lined up your summer ob, make it 'a
Schools) - Elementary Grades; Vocal specialists. point to attend the meeting on April
and Instrumental Music; General Sdl- A representative of the Washtenaw 3rd.
ence/Biology; Math; Manual Training.
Van Dyke, Michigan -- Social Studies;
Chemistry/Physics; Boys Physical Edu-
cation/English or Social Studies or Sci-
ence; English; Junior High Homemak-
ing; All Elementary.
Birmingham, Michigan-All fields.
Kalamazoo, Michigan - All Elemen-
tary; Elementary Art Consultant; Ju-
nior High Choral Music; Senior High
English/Social Studies; Math/Chem;
Math/Physics; Math/Biology; Industrial
Arts; Physical Education/Driver Train-
Royal Oak, Michigna - All Elemen-
tary; English; History/Social Studies;
Math; Business Education; Industrial
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Stockwell Kissing Ban
Campus Election Fraud
Backstage at SGC
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1204 South University.
10:30 to 7:30 P.M. Daily
thru the remainder of the meet-
bouncing ball of
A proposal to send a delegation
to Asia next summer elicited great
response and note-passing from
Warning to all Council
Beware of your thoughts and
actions!!! YOU TOO MAY BE
SENT TO ASIA! But-Will you
come back? Think about it.
I leaving for Shangri-La dur-
ing the "rest period" if we have
one--that is if Dulles will give
me a visa out of the country-
I'm tired, tired, tired )f prob-
lems people and bickering.
Do you find your loot slipping
into your mouth osten?
This is a marvellous room. Did
know that there are 98197 tiles
in this half of the room's ceiling.
I'll learn Cambodian if I have
You missed our invite to ole'
Sig house for dinner-good din-
Dear Cloud 9-
Ielp-I'm surrounded by The
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