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AY, APRIL 24, 1957

THE MICHIGAN DAILY

AI A-L 4, 1 57T H YC I G N B.T

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Union Names
Committee
Chairmen
New Program Areas
Revealed by Officers
Of Executive Board
Formation of two new commit-
tees and appointments of commit-
tee heads were announced by the
Union senior officers last night.
All committee heads serve on
the Executive Council.
New committees are the In-
ternational, designed to help make
foreign students a more integral
part of the University, and the
Academic Services committee
which, according to Union presi-
dent Don Young, '58, will sup-
plement the academic life of the
student.
Senior Officers
Senior officers appointed Peter
IVan Heftin, '59, as head of Cam-
pus Relations; Russ Berman, '59
as head of Public RelationĀ§; and
Brian Higgins, '59, Social commit-
tee head.
Named as chairman of Person-
nel and Administration was Stew-
art Frank, '59.
Student Services chairman for
the coming sehool year will be
Frank Tranzow, '59E.
Appointments

Mu Phi Epsilon Participates

FBA To

Give

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New

Services

To Affiliates
Fraternity Buyers Association is
currently considering plans for
expansion of its organization, ac-
cording to Brooks Sitterly, '58,
administrative manager.
Expansion will come from two
sides: new members are being
sought, and new services will be
provided, Sitterley said.
"We serve 42 social and profes-
sional fraternities now," he ex-
plained. "We'd like to extend to
co-ops and sororities."
FBA now supplies produce.
canned goods, milk, baked goods
and some kitchen supplies to its
"clients."
The organization also has an
arrangement with a local elec-
tronic wholesaler for the supply
of radio and hi-fi parts and equip-
ment.
"We have looked at various
meat wholesalers," Sitterley said.
"We've had help from the Uni-
versity, suggesting good compa-
nies."
"We would have to get individ-
ual contracts from each house to
guarantee sales to the wholesaler.
We have this system now with our
milk distribution."
He pointed out that the frater-
nities would have to know how
to judge needs ahead of time. "It
might require some kind of edu-
cation program."
Sitterley described plans for a
waiter service to be made avail-
able to fraternities and sororities.

HAWAIIAN HULA DANCERS-Performing a native dance for the
"Cafe International" are Jane Shimota, Gunay Aktay and Pat
Saito.
Cafe To Come Alive
At ISA Presentation

-Daily-Edward Graft
MU PHI EPSILON-Members entertain patienyts
at the Veterans Administration Hospital

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"Cafe International," Interna-
tional Students Association's show
which recently toured Michigan
cities, will be presented at 8 p.m.,
Friday in Aud. A, ,Angell Hall.
A. deserted cafe comes alive
with the music and dancing of 11
countries. Spanish flarmenco dan-
cers; South American musicians,
dancers and singers; a Japanese
fan dancer; Arabian and Indian
instrumentalists and vocalists; a
Hawaiian hula dancer and Ger-

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SENATE - There is an open
meeting of Senate at 4 p.m. today
in the Michigan 1Rm. at the
League.
POSTER CONTEST -- Dead-
line for poster entries for Spring
Week-end is Friday at 5 p.m. Each
housing unit may enter only one
poster, ob standard size poster
paper, 22 by 28 in. using the "Car-
toonival" theme and S p r i n g
Week-end colors, green and yel-
low, or another choice. Posters
should be brought to the Spring
Week-en'd office in the Union.
GOLF TEAM - Women with
some golfing experience who own
their own clubs are invited to
meet at 5 p.m. every Wednesday
at the University golf course. A
team which will play other college
teams will be determined on the
basis of weekly score.
* * *
UNION-Life Memberships may
be picked up in the Union business
office. All male students who will
have completed eight full semes-
ters at the University are eligible.

man and Ukrainian folk dancers
are performing.
Ganay Actay, master of cere-
monies, will set the scene for the
23 participants dressed in native
costume and playing authentic in-
struments.
A man dressed in an Indian
tuxedo was seen riding around
campus yesterday to publicize the
show. Dressed in an achkan, a,
three-quarter length black coat
and tight fitting white trousers,
he was accompanied by a wagon
of ISA students playing various
instruments.
The show is directed by William
A. West, assistant counselor at
the Center.
Mary Jeanne McKay was co-
ordinator for the tour which vis-
ited such cities as Midland, Port
Huron, Alpena, Cadillac, Manis-
tee, Petoskey and Greenville dur-
ing spring vacation.
A limited amount of tickets are
on sale between 9 a.m. and 5 p.m.
at the International Center.
College Alumnae
To Hold Book Sale
The Wellesley Club of Ann Ar-
bor will hold a book and record
sale from 6 to 9 p.m. today and
all day tomorrow in the Ann Ar-
bor Room of the Michigan League.
Wellesley alumnae who are stu-
dents on the University campus
are helping with the biennial
event, which will contain over four
thousand books and a large collec-
tion of phonograph records, both
popular and classical.
The book sale includes fiction
and non-fiction, biographies, text
,books and children's books.

Barry
pointed
Affairs.

Other appointments were Bill
Raisch, '59, Publicity; and Stu
Frank, '59, House.
Dick Schwartz, '59, was ap-
pointed head of the new Interna-
tional Committee. One of the pro-
posed functions of this committee
will be to establish an American
brother system on campus.
Academic Services
Chairman of the new Academic
Services is Lou Susman, '59. The
committee will, continue such al-
ready inaugurated services as the
Union Forums and the Student-
Faculty Coffee Hours.
In addition, plans are being
made to provide a campus-wide
exam file.
The three senior officers,
Young, Fred Wilten, '58E, execu-
tive vice-president and adminis-
trative vice-president Herb Kar-
zen, '57, chose the chairman last
night after nine hours of inter-
views Monday.
The Executive Council is com-
posed of the 10 committee heads
and the three senior officers.
The council determines the
various activities of the Union.
Events centering in the Union
include a weekly duplicate bridge
tournament, Friday night Little
Club dances, Sunday afternoon
record dances and Detroit theater
trips.
PARTY FAVORS
for
ALL OCCASIONS
Ball Office Supply
213 E. Washington Ph. 3-1161

Shapiro, '59, was ap-
chairman of University

Coeds from music honorary Mu
Phi Epsilon, accompanied by Red
Johnson's band, entertained pa-
tients at the Veteran's Hospital
last night.
Their variety show, "Cafe Co-
quette" was part of a musical
therapy program. It featured mu-
sic solos, chorus numbers and
dance routines.
The groub's therapy program,
said director Nancy Bluestone,
uses music in the treatment of
the mentally II. It's a sort of
occupational therapy . through
music, she explained.
The sorority, she added, re-
cently provided funds to hire a
trained musical therapist for the
hospital staff, and patients be-
gan music shop work.
Turkish Ball
The Turkish Club will present
a Turkish Student Ball Saturday
in the Rackham Assembly Hall.
S. Aral, president, said the
dance would celebrate the 37th
anniversary of the establishment
of the Turkish parliament.
Original programs and refresh-
ments featuring "special Turkish
delights" will highlight the eve-
ning.
Tickets are on sale at the In-
ternational Center.

In addition to planned variety
shows like last night's, Miss Blue-
stone remarked that Mu Phi
members spend time throughout
the year participating in informal
parties for both child and adult
patients.

MAF Y FESTIVAL
Six Concerts-May 2, 3, 4, 5
SUNDAY, MAY 5, 2:30 P.M.
THE PHILADELPHIA ORCHESTRA
UNIVERSITY CHORAL UNION
MARTHA LIPTON, Contralto
DONALD GRAMM, Bass-Baritone
GINA BACHAUER, Pianist
JOHN KRELL, Piccolo
THOR JOHNSON, Conductor
PROGRAM
CONCERTO IN A MINOR for Piccolo
and Orchestra ..............Vivaldi
"FIVE TUDOR PORTRAITs'-choral
suite for contralto, baritone,
and orchestra................Vaughan Williams
CONCERTO No. 2 for Piano and Orchestra ......Brahms

'amTICKETS AT UNIVERSITY MUSICAL SOCIETY
DATA Sunday evening, May 5, 8:30,
GL COURSE Rise Stevens, soloist; Eugene Ormandy, Conductor.
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