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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

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Japanese Scholars To View
'roblems Met in America

Twenty-nine Fulbright scholars
rm Japan will convene at 8 p.m.
might at the Union in a unique
ttempt to "bridge the many dif-
erences in institutions and, ways
thought" met by Japanese schol-
rs in America.
The theme of the regional con-
erence is "Communicating Ideas
etween Japanese and American
cholars." The regional confer-
:e has a counterpart in New
'ork City.
Prof.- John W. Hall, Director of
he Center for Japanese Studies
rid conference chairman, reported
hat "we are mainly interested in
iscovering how well these Japan-
se scholars are absorbing their
ear of study in the United States,
'hat their difficulties are, and how
iings can be handled better.
"The conference is the'first of
s kind," he added.
An introductory meeting will be
eld in the 3rd floor conference
oom of the Union.
Tomorrow's three meetings at
:30 a.m., 2:30 p.m., and 5 p.m.
ill feature short talks and small
roup discussions between the
apanese and a group of American
holars from the University and
her American colleges. . The
mericans are expected to help
iform the Japanese on cultural
roblems. in the United States, ac-
)rding to Prof. Hall.

Japanese and Americans will be
permitted to show colored slides
depicting scenes from the two na-
tions.
On Monday, the group will tour
the Ford Motor Co. at River Rouge.
The conference is sponsored by
the Board of Associated Research
Councils, International Exchange
of Persons committee.
Psychologist
To Give Talk
on Research
Professor Emeritus Edwin G.
Boring of Harvard University will
speak on "The Motivational Pre-
dicament in Research" at 4:15
p.m. today in Aud. A, Angell Hall.
The lecture is under the aus-
pices of the Psychology Collo-
quium. Prof. Boring is ex-chair-
man of Harvard's psychology de-
partment and has taught at Cor-
nell and Clark College before go-
ing on. to Harvard. He has also
written many technical 'books on
psychology
Prof. Boring is an Edgar Pierce
Professor-emeritus of psychology.
He has been invited to the Uni-
versity because of his eminence
in his field. This visit will give the
graduate students in' psychology
an opportunity to speak with an
expert in this profession.
The lecture is open to the public.

SGC Ends
Petitioning
On Monday
Petitions are open until Monday
for several SGC comimttee posi-
tions, according to Maynard Gold-
man, '59, administrative vice-
president.
Chairmen are needed for the
Council's standing committees.
These are Public Relations, Edu-
cation and Social Welfare, Stu-
dent Activities and National and
International Affairs committees.
SGC is also loking for an Ad-
ministrative Wing Director, an of-
fice manager, and an elections di-
rector.
Positions are also open for the
Cinema Guild and the Human Re-
lations Boards.
All petitions can be picked up
in the Office of Student Affairs in
the Student Activities Building
any day from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m.

Archaeology
Expert Plans
Talky Today
Prof. George E. Mylonas, presi-
dent of the Archaeological Insti-
tute of America, the highest
position obtainable in his field,
will speak at 4:15 p.m. today in
Aud. B, Angell Hall on his recent
excavations at Mycenae, Greece.
His lecture "Mycenae, the Capi-
tal City of Agamemnon" will cover
the material presented in his latest
book of the same title.
These excavations at the second
grave circle at Mycenae are con-
sidexed to be outstanding in the
world of archaeology, an' his ap-
pearance presents the opportunity
to hear about the discoveries from
one of the discoverers.
Professor Mylonas was born in
Smyrna, Asia Minor. Besides re-
ceiving degrees from the Univer-
sity of Athens and Johns Hopkins
University, he has studied in vari-
ous museums.

(Use of this column for announce-
ments of meetings is available to of-
ficially; recognized and registered stu-
dent organizations only.)
Congregational and Disciples Guild,
decoration of Guild Christmas tree.
Dec. 6, 7.00 p.m. Guild House.

Organization Notices

p.m., Dec. 7. (Come and go as you
please). Refreshments.
* *
Student-Faculty-Administration Con-
ference, Dec. 7. 9:00 a.m.-1:00 p.m.,
Michigan Union, Luncheon speaker:
President Hatcher.
* ,* i*
Women interested in possible organ-
ization of a women's service sorority,
Gamma Gamma Sigma, are invited to
an open meeting. Dec.82:00 p.m.,
Room 3-R, Union.

Career Day1
Mortar Board,
will be given

for women sponsored by
Scroll, and Senior Society
at the League from 1-4

ARE, YOU
SPE AKING
at your home synagogue
during winter recess?

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that will please YOU!
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designs.
Exciting, new assortment of
Christmas Party Invitationis
STATIONERY .
.A Christmas gift that will be appreciated! Many
fine values in plain and.decorated papers for
men, women and children.
We have a large selection of notes; plain,
decorated and initialed.
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There will be both a morning
eeting at 9:30 and an evening
eeting at 8:30 Sunday. During
e morning. group discussions will
continued. In the evening,

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