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The results of the University of
Detroit's freshman TV classes ex-
perimental program will be an-
nounced by the Very Rev. Fr.
Celestin John Steiner. president of
the University on Tuesday.
Father Steiner will speak before
a Midwest Electronic gathering at
9 a.m. in the Statler Hotel Ball-
room in Detroit.
Instituted last fall, the program
allowed freshmen students to en-
roll in 15 hours of work using their
television sets at home for lectures
Approximately 100 students vol-
unteered for the program.
Results, as far as they have been
computed will be announced Tues-
day, according to Father Steiner.
Student groups will be compared
with those taking the television
courses as to grades and results.
Courses were given in introduc-
tory psychology, rhetoric and
comppsition, elementary Spanish,
development of Western civiliza-
tion and theology-the Public Life
The Baroque Trio will give a
faculty concert Tuesday at 8:30
p.m. in Rackham Lecture Hall.
The trio, which consists of Nel-
son Hauenstein, flute, Florian
Mueller, oboe, and Marilyn Mason,
harpsichord, will present chamber
music of the early eighteenth cen-
tury. Selections will include works
by Johann Christoph Pupusch,
Karl Philipp Emanuel Bach, Jo-
hann Sebastian Bach, and Tom-
rhe concert will be sponsoredl
by the music school and open to
the public without charge.
Lansing To Host Foreigners
The more than 3,000 foreign
students attending Michigan's in- Health Laboratories, and a local
stitutions of higher learning have newspaper plant.
been invited to take part in In- Governor G. Mennen Williams
ternational Students Day to be described the event as an expres-
observed February 27 in Lansing. sion of "grass roots diplomacy."
A tour of public and industrial Michigan foreign students come
institutions is scheduled for the from more than 80 countries
morning. It will include visits to throughout the free world and ac-
an automobile factory, the model count for ten per cent of all for-
agricultural installations at Michi- eign students in American colleges
gan State, the Michigan Public and universities.
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