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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

Canadian Trouiie To Dance Here

WAN LAKE-Prima ballerina Lois Smith and David Adams join in a pas de deux from the famous
,llet. The National Ballet of Canada will present Adams and Miss Smith in "Sleeping Beauty,"
,e Carnaval" and "Winter Night." The performance will be Monday night only, sponsored by the
nn Arbor Civic Ballet. Lillian Jarvis and Earl Kraul will also be featured in the presentations,
pported by a company of 75.

SGC Study,
Travel Files
Open at SAB
By JANE McCARTHY '
The International Travel and
Study Information Service of Stu-
dent Government Council is now,
open from 3 to 5 p.m. on Mondays
and Wednesdays on the second
floor of the SAB, according to
Jean Scruggs, '58.
Bethany Wasserman, '60, is1
chairman of the service, which has
a file on study and travel abroad
both winter and summer, and also
on work camps of various religious
groups.
Education Information
The file contains information
from organizations like the In-
stitute of International Educa-
tion and the National Student As-
sociation as well as private tours
and travel and study information
from travel agencies and indi-
vidual countries.
The IIE has announced six-
week courses of interest to Amer-
ican students will be offered this
summer at four British and two
Austrian summer schools.
The British courses include
Shakespeare and Elizabethan
drama at Stratford-upon-Avon;
literature, politics and art of sev-
enteenth century England at Ox-
ford; literature, art and social
change in England from 1789 to
1870 at London.
Austrian Courses
In Austria, the University of Vi-
enna is offering courses in Ger-
man language, European history,
art, music, politics and psychology
at its St. Wolfgang campus.
Students must have completed
two years of college by June, 1958
to qualify. Applications may be
obtained from the IIE in New
York City and must be submitted
by March 31 for the British pro-
gram, or by June 10 for the Aus-
trian program.
Applications for scholarships
must be submitted by March 1 for
the British schools, or by April 15
for the Austrian schools.
On LYDIA MENDELSSOHN STAGE
NEXT WEEK !
Feb. 13, 14, 15
PROVOCATIVE DRAMA!
Harriet Bennett Hamme's
Award Winning
MIA MINE
proudly presented by
ANN ARBOR CIVIC THEATRE
(producer of "Teahouse of the
August Moon," "Hatful of Rain,"
and "Guys and Dolls")
BOX OFFICE OPENS
MONDAY, FEB. 10

Russian I Class Enrollment
Doubles from Last Spring
Enrollment in Russian I f or the
spring semester has doubled, com- school course in conversational
pared to the 1957 spring semester Russian, 100 students asked to be
enrollment, according to Prof. enrolled.
Deming B. Brown, chairman of the The high school course will be
Slavic languages department. taught by a former University stu-
Prof. Brown said 32 students dent who majored in Russian.
had signed up for the course in John J. Kulpinski.
beginning Russian, compared to ....
16 last year. However, only 50 " '. . . . . .
students enrolled in the course last
fall, when the department usually
expects a higher number.
The Slavic languages depart-
ment is "especially encouraged by
the fact that two-thirds of those DIAL NO 8-6416
enrolled are freshmen and sopho- CONTINUOUS SHOWS
mores," Prof. Brown added. FROM 1 P.M. DAILY
Enrollments have also increased THIS ENGAGEMENT
in all Russian language and lit-
erature courses offered by the de-
partment, he continued.
Prof. Brown commented, "I'm
inclined to think the increased en- . . . muchnmore than Ameri-
rollment in our literature courses can audiences are used to seeing
reflects the quality of instruction
more than sputnik-inspired inter- of what 23-year-old girls are
est in Russia." made of!"
When the Ann Arbor Board of LIFE Magazine
Education planned to offer a high

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