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TMMSDAY, MAY 2,1951

THE MICHIGAN DAILY

THURSDAYe.A.a ,1957.TH YMT .lT &1 iAIT .A

PAGE TERES

SGC's Collins Chosen for Africa Trip

Judge Issues Warrants
For Traffic Violations

By MURRAY FEIWELL
From the rolling hills of East
Liberty, Mich. to the rolling hills
of Africa is the aim of Student
Government Council President
Joe Collins, '58, as he prepares for
his coming trip to the rapidly-de-
veloping continent.
Returning home from a movie
last Friday night, Collins was
surprised by a telegram announc-
ing that he had been picked as
one of five people from the United
States who will take the trip.
The United States group in-
cludes three students and two fac-
ulty members. The trip is spon-
sored by the World University
Service.
Leaves May 23
Leaving here May 23, Collins
will meet with the rest of the
members of the party in New York
on May 24 and 25. Group will fly
from.New York to London on May
26.
United States contingent will
meet with 90 students and faculty
members from South-East Asia,
Europe and North and South
America for three days in London.
The entire group will fly to Ni-
geria on May 28 and will stay
until July 18 in Nigeria, Kenya
and Ghana. Purpose of the trip
will be to conduct seminars with
students at the various universi-
ties in the three countries. Politi-
cal and social characteristics will
be observed.
Travel in Europe
From July 18, when the group
returns to London, until the
middle of August, the members
will be free to travel in Europe.
Collins plans to go to Paris,
then through France to the Rivi-
era and on to Rome. From there
he will journey through Italy to
Venice and Vienna and back to
England through Belgium and
Holland. If time permits Collins
would like to go to Berlin also.
Photography and hunting are
two pastimes with which Collins
plans to occupy himself. "I want
to take lots of pictures every-
where," Collins said. Though mak-
ing no promises about bringing
back a lion or tiger, he did say he
would like to get an elephant and
bring it back alive.
Right now, however, Collins is
most worried about switching sev-
eral of his finals so that he may
leave the University early.

Municipal Court Judge Francis
L. O'Brien yesterday issued war-
rants for arrest of 44 traffic viola-
tors that have failed to pay over-
due traffic tickets.
Judge O'Brien explained that
the warrants were served to keep
court business current and to pre-
vent traffic violators from evad-
ing payment of the fines.
"I hope that it won't be neces'
sary to serve any more of these
warrants and that the tickets will
be paid within the time limit,"
Judge O'Brien said. Warrants for
arrest are presently being sent out
to persons who are ten days over-
due in payment.
Judge O'Brien said the present

system employed by the court is
not new. "Violators who receive
tickets are given 72 hours to eith-
er mail in the fine or bring it in
person to the municipal court of-
fice at 110 W. Huron St.," the
fudge stated.
If, after the designated 72 hours,
the individual has still failed to
pay the fine, he is charged an ad-
ditional penalty and mailed a no-
tice calling the matter to his at-
tention. The notice states that
the violator may either plead
guilty to the offence or post bond
and appear in court for trial. The
bond is usually five dollars above
the face value of the ticket.

Aid Offered
To Students
Scholarships are available to
University students of Armenian
parentage living in the Detroit
metropolitan area, the scholar-
ship office announced.
Detroit Armenian Women's
Club Scholarship Awards will be
granted to undergraduate stu-
dents who have had at least one
year of college work, and who
"demonstrate scholastic ability in
pursuing a college career."
The scholarship awards will
cover University tuition. Applica-
tions and further information
may be picked up in the scholar-,
ship office in the Student Activi-
ties Building.-

-Daily-Edward Graff
WRONG WAY-Joe Collins, SGC president, seems to be pondering
whether he needs a bike license for his trip to Africa. In reality,
he'll be flying over ito that continent, by way of London. Collins
was chosen as one of five United States delegates by World
University Service.
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May 31 to June 11, 1957
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is resolved by the class which conflicts with the regular schedule.
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10 and 11 will be given an examination at an earlier date. The
following schedule designates an evening time for each such
examination. The instructor may arrange with the student for
an alternate time, with notice to he schedtuling committee.
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Each student should receive notification from his instructor
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Reserve Forces Act of 1955 has
recently been amended by Con-
gress to enable young men of draft
age to enlist in the United States
Army for an active duty period of
only six months.
The amendment, however, pro-
vides for a five and one-half year
period to be spent "satisfactorily"
in ready reserve training under the
terms of enlistment
According to J. Wesley Kur-
shildgen, asistant to the Director;
of the Office of Military Affairs,
approximately 50 students at the
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University have enlisted under the
new program, which went into
effect April 1.
Kurshildgen added that this was
not a large number, considering
the size of the University, but that
more enlistments were expected as
the summer vacation draws near.
The special enlistment program,
by stated, would probably be of
primary interest to graduating,
seniors between 22 and 25 years'
old.
He explained that young men
from 181V2 to 25 years old are eli-
gible to enlist under the revised1
program, provided they have not
been called up for active duty by
their draft board.
Special Enlistment Program un-
der the Reserve Forces Act of
1955, was "initiated to strengthen
the overall reserve program," said
Kurshildgen. He pointed out that
Congress also amended the 1955
Act to provide for a corresponding
six months active duty by mem-
bers of the National Guard.

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State Representative George W.
Sallade (R-Ann Arbor) and State
Finance committeewoman Ruth
Hobbs, also of Ann Arbor, will
head a group discussion at the
Young Republican Club meeting
at 7:30 p.m. tonight in Room 3510
of the Student Activities Building.
"New Ways to Finance our Col-
leges" and "What's Wrong with
the GOP in Michigan" will be dis-
cussed at the meeting.
Prof. William S. Johnson of the
University of Wisconsin will de-!
liver the Werner E. Bachmann
Memorial Lecture today.
The lecture entitled, "Recent
Advances in Steroid Chemistry"
is scheduled for 4:15 p.m. in Rm.
1400 Chemistry Building.
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A film about the South's strug-
gle over the Supreme Court's rul-
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schools will be shown at 7:30 and
8:30 p.m. tomorrow in Aud. A, An-
gell Hall.
"Clinton, Tenn., and the Law:
A Study in Desegregation," was
taken directly from a production
of Edward R. Murrow's award-
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