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)VATIONS TERMED SUCCESSFUL:
)rientation Acquaints New Students with U' .
By DIANE FRASER
Associate Activities JEditor
>ld on to your 'railroad
et' and follow the arrows into
gym; women must sign out
en leaving the dorm at night;
w your ID card when you take
a library book; don't step on
"M" on the Diag before an
m--welcomer to the University
Iter wandering around campus
six days in orientation groups
30 students, clutching brown
Jers full of rules, schedules, and
aphlets, 700 incoming students
e officially become members
'he orientation program, ini-
ed last fall, included two days
orientation to the social and
ra-curricular aspects of the
iversity as well as academic
entation, according to Barry
apiro, '59, chairman of the Uni-
sity Affairs Committee.
Che majority of new students
transfers and foreign students
s spring," Linda Green, '59,
,irman of the League Orienta-
1 program, remarked. "This is
o the first time graduate and
rried students have been in-
led in the social orientation
riving on campus last Thursday,
orientation leaders were prepar-
ing for the week's activities in a
workshop at the League.
A mass organizational meeting
Friday morning in Hill Audi-
torium officially opened the
spring orientation program. New
students were assigned to groups
and began the academic orienta-
tion with tests and faculty ap-
A mixer at the Union Little
Club concluded the first day's ac-
tivities. B o w ii n g, ping-pong,
movies and dancing were included
in a mixer for foreign students
held at the WAB.
Academic orientation was con-
tinued Saturday morning, fol-
lowed by coke dates in the after-
noon. A graduate and transfer
student mixer was held in the
evening in the League snack bar
while a mixer for married stu-
dents was also held in the League.
A concert by the Michigan
Singers, directed by Prof. Maynard
Klein of the music school, was
held for the orientation groups;
Sunday in Hill Auditorium.
Exposure to registration Mon-
day ended the official academic'
orientation. New students were
officially welcomed to the Univer-
sity Monday evening by Prof. Eric
Walter, assistant to the president,
in Rackham Auditorium.
Prof. Walter spoke in place of
President Harlan Hatcher. Dean
of Women Deborah Bacon, Dean
of Men Walter B. Rea, and Ed-
ward G. Groesbeck, director of
registration, DeWitt Baldwin, co-
ordinator of religious affairs and
J. Wesley Kurshildgen, director of
orientation for the administration,
also addressed the students.
Bus tours Tuesday morning ac-
quainted the students with the
campus, stadium, north campus.
Library tours included the main
library and the undergraduate
"These tours proved very suc-
cessful and will probably be con-
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In honor of Jewish Music
[onth, the Hillel Foundation will
resent Erwin Jospe, composer-
Lanist, in a lecture recital at 8:30
.m. today in its Zwerdling-Cohen
ORIENTATION POW-WOW--Linda Green, chairman of orient:
tion for the League and Tom Patterson, representing the Unio
go over plans for acquainting the 700 spring semester newcome
to the University. In six days of orientation, they took studen
through all the pre-registration necessities and tried to give the
an active and varied social program.
---- - _.
Jospe has recently returned
m a two month tour of the Far
st with opera star Richard
cker. He served as assistant
nductor of the Chicago Lyric
era Musical College of Roose-
.t University. Jospe is director.
music at the Anshe Emet Syna-
gue in Chicago, and for the past
ren years, has been director of
isic at the National Hillel Sum-
His program will be a lecture-
ital "Jewish Music Without
ars." Admission is free and
en to the public.
tinued next fall," Shapiro com-
Union-League F o r u m s, co-
ordinated with the Dean of Men
and Women's offices, discussed
University traditions, rules, coun-
seling systems, and dating pat-
terns. Members of Union and
League Councils directed the dis-
cussions held Tuesday afternoon.
An orientation dance sponsored
by the League and the Union was
held in the evening at the Union
Wednesday afternoon's program
included tours of the Student Ac-
tivities Building, Student Publi-
cations Building, Union and
League to acquaint students with
the, extra-curricular activities on
campus. Students were given the
opportunity to sign up or get in-
formation on the various activi-
ties at the conclusion of the orien-
Memorizing the map of the
campus and repeating the strange
rules and traditions, the new stu-
dents trudge off to classes today,
carefully refraining from gazing
up at Burton Tower or peering
into strange labs.
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