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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

FRIDAY. MAY 9. 1952'

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2,000 EXPECTED,:
High School Students
To Attend University Day

More than 2,000 high school
students and a contingent of fac-
ulty and parents will be guests of
the Michigan Union and the Uni-
versity tomorrow.
During the program, known as
University Day, questions about
the University which may occur
to the visiting seniors will be an-
swered. Questions about the cur-
riculum of the various schools and
colleges, and about other Univer-
sity facilities are often asked.
The program will start at 8:30
a.m. with an assembly at Hill
Auditorium. Master of Ceremonies
for -the program will be Union
President Barry A. Shapiro, '59,
and a welcoming speech will be
given by Vice-President for Stu-
dent Affairs James A. Lewis.
A -description of the freshman
year at the University will be given
by Sidney Straight, one of the
University's admissions counselors.
Also included in the program will
be the singing of Michigan songs
by winners of the Inter-Fraternity
Council Sing, Sigma Phi Epsilon.
The rest of the morning will be
used for a tour of the campus and
a series of "mock lectures" by pro-
fessors. This will be followed by a
lunch at the residence halls.
In the afternoon some scenes
from this year's MUSKET will be

presented and open houses in the
various schools and colleges will
be held. The program will conclude
with a mixer in the Union Ball-
room.

Organization
Notices

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Hillel, services, May 9, 7:45 p.m.,
Zwerdling-Cohen Chapel, sponsored by
Phi Epsilon Pi.
Young Democrats, meeting, May 9,
8 p.m., Union. Speaker, Lieut. Governor
Hart. Topic: "Federal Issues in '58."
Engineering Council, speech and film,
May 9, 7:30 p.m., Nat. Sci. Aud., Speak-
er: Dr. Gilford Quarles, topic: Research
and Development of U.S. Missile Pro-
jects."
Congregational and Disciples Guild,
luncheon discussion, May 9, 12, Guild
House.
* * *
Acolytes, meeting, May 9, 8, 3D Un-
ion. Prof. Aiston to present a paper
entitled "The. Quest for Meaning."
** *
Newman Club, Michigan Province
Convention, May 16, 17, 18. Speakers:
Dr. Harlan Hatcher, Rev. Celestin
Steiner, Rev. James O'Brien.
* * *
Baha'i Student Group, public meet-
ing, May 9, 8:30 p.m., 725 S. Division.

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THE INTERNATIONAL STUDENTS ASSOCIATION
Presents
57-58 LAST MEMBERSHIP SOCIAL
UKRA N A N IGHT
DANCING
FLOOR SHOW
REFRESHMENTS
FRIDAY, MAY 9,1958
AT INTERNATIONAL CENTER
8:00 P.M. Members Free

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Tickets for All Plays
ON SALE TODAY 10 A.M.

MIDWEST-REGIONAL
INSTITUTE
(Pittsburgh, Pa. , Michigan - Ohio - Milwaukee, Wisc.

1958 Drama Season
Opens Monday, 8:30 P.M.
LUTHER ADLER

"Israel:

Land, People, Ideal-Their Interrelationship"*

Friday, May 9-Sunday, May 11

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in Arthur Miller's explosive play
"A VIEW FROM THE BRIDGE"
with Martin Wolfson
Mon. through Sat, at 8:30 P.M.
Matinees Thurs. & Sat. at 2:30 P.M.
and
May 19-24: VICKI CUMMINGS & HURD HATFIELD in "The Second Man"
May 26-31: NANCY KELLY in "Candida"
June 2-7: BASIL RATHBONE and BETTY FIELD in "Separate Tables"
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FRIDAY NIGHT
7:45-SABBATH SERVICES; Zwerdling-Cohn Chapel
Sponsored by Phi Epsilon Pi Fraternity
8:30-"HISTORICAL BACKGROUND OF ISRAEL"-Rabbi Harry
Kaplan; Regional Director, B'nai B'rith; Hillel Director,
Ohio State University - BrasleyLounge
10:00-ONEG SHABBAT; Glick Social Hall

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SATURDAY
9:45-SABBATH SERVICES; Brasley Lounge
Sponsored by University of Michigan Hillel Foundation
2:00-"ISRAEL TODAY"-Panel Discussion
Arnold Anes, Ohio State

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