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Law Student Seeks
Nomination to House

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A. Jerome Dupont, L'67, an-
nounced yesterday that he would
seek the Democratic nomination
to the House of Representatives,
Second Congressional District in
order to "end the meaningless
drama of a cast of Johnson and
To Report on
Athletic Head'
(Continued from Page 1)
expected to play within our ath-
letic structure. There are certain
candidates who would fit better,
into one set-up and certain ones
who would fit better into another."
Fleming expressed hope that he
would be able to submit proposals
concerning the reorganization of
the athletic department to the
Regents at their next meeting,
Jan. 19.
"The decision on the new ath-
letic director will probably not
be made until some time after
that," Fleming added. "And if we
have trouble resolving the reor-
ganizational questions, it might be
quite a while before we know his
No Official Endorsement
Fleming met informally with
the Board in Control of Inter-
collegiate Athletics last Saturday,
but according to Prof. Gordon C.
Brown, vice-chairman, the Board
did not make an official endorse-
ment of any candidate.
"The Hayes Committee has had
the entire responsibility for selec-
ting candidates," Brown explain-
ed. "President Fleming was kind
enough to listen to what the
Board' members had to say about
certain -candidates, but he is
under no obligation to follow their
advice. In fact, there were some
candidates whom the Board mem-
bers knew very little about and
did not feel qualified to discuss."
Fleming himself attended sever-
al of the candidates' interviews,
which the Hayes Committee has
been conducting for the past two
month, and "has talked to all
the candidates at one time or
another. But I expect to talk to
the leading ones again," he add-
Crisler has expressed his views
to the Hayes Committee and to
Fleming but is playing no more
than an advisory role in picking
his successor. According to in-
formed sources, however, it is not
likely that Fleming will select a
man whom Crisler strongly op-

Vivian verses Nixon and Esch."
The Second Congressional Dis-
trict includes Washtenaw and
Monroe counties.
Dupont, who is currently on the
staff of the University's Law Li-
brary and is also the chairman
of the Second Congressional Dis-
trict Conference of Concerned
Democrats, has been critical of
the Johnson's Administration's
handling of the Vietnam war.
Conversely, Dupont is a strong
supporter of what he terms "the
real issues" or the domestic prob-
lems facing the United States. "We
have an obligation to assure the
people that our representatives in
Washington are fully committed
to a reversal of the disordered
priorities in our national life."
Dupont added, "history will not
forget that it was our party lead-'
ership which promised in 1964 not
to extend the Vietnam war, nor
will history forget the betrayal of
the mandate of that election. We
cannot forget that our party,
promised total action toward re-
moving the gross inequities in our'
social life. The riots in our streets
testify to the tokenism which
sought to camaflouge the scuttling
of that pledge."
Dupont supports Sen. Eugene
McCarthy in his bid for the
Democratic nomination for Presi-
dent and in his capacity as a local
chairman of the Michigan Con-
ference of Concerned Democrats
welcomes the challenge McCarthy
has posed President Johnson.
Dupont is the first person to
declare himself a potential can-
didate for the Second Congres-
sional District in either party. If
another Democrat should seek the
nomination there will be a pri-
mary election in August.
Last year Dupont was the
Democratic candidate for City
Council in the Second Ward but
was defeated in the election.
If successful in winning the
Democratic nomination, Dupont
will probably face Rep. Marvin
L. Esch (R-Ann Arbor) who de-
feated Weston Vivian in the 1966
The world famous Comedian
and Civil Rights' Worker Dick
Gregory will appear at Pease Aud.
on the campus of Eastern Michi-
gan University at 8:00 p.m., J&A.

(Continued from Page 2);
uate Study in Business. The next ad-
ministration of the test will be on
Saturday, February 3, and applications
are due in Princeton, New Jercey by"
January 20."
Foreign Visitors
The following foreign visitors can be
reached through the Foreign Visitor
Programs Office, 764-2148.
Professor Shalom Perlman. January
4, 1968-for one semester. Visiting Pro-
fessor of History, Tel Aviv University,
Mr. R. K. Gulati, January 8-9, 1968.
News Editor, The Pioneer, Lucknow,
Mr. Nguyen Khoa Phon-Anh, January
8-12, 1968. Director, Social and Market
Research Division of the Center for
Vietnamese Studies.
Mr. Donisco C. Tiongco, January 14-
17, 1968. Vice-President, Academic Af-
fairs, Centrol Escolar, Manila.
The approval of the following stu-
dent sponsored events becomes effec-
tive after the publication of this
notice. All publicity for these events
must be withheld until the approval
has become effective,
Approval request forms for student
sponsored events are available in Rooms
1001 and 1546 of the Student Activities
Collegiate Club - University Reform-
ed Church - Bible and coffee sale -
Jan. 2, 3, 4 - 1968 - 10 a.m. - 4 p.m.
- Outside waterman Cym.
Sigma Pi and Interfraternity Coun-
cil - Rush - January 14-22, 1968 -
8 a.m. - 10 p.m. - Campus
Sigma Pi and Interfraternity Council
- Jazz Band and coffee in Michigan
League after Hill Aud. concert, Jan. 13,
9:30 p.m.
Inter House Assembly - I. H. A. Show
- January 13, 1968 - 8:30 p.m. - Mill
Delta Sigma Theta Sorority and Pan-
hellenic Association - Dance - Jan-
uary 20, 1968 - 9:00 p.m. - 1:00 a.m.
- Michigan League.
Order of block drawing for Sergio
Mendes Concert:
1. Hinsdale E. Q.
2. Huber
3. Theta Xi
4. Frederick
5. Kelsey
6. Theta Chi
7. Pi Lambda Ph'i
8. Theta Delta Chi
9. Reeves
10. Gomberg
11. Alpha Sigma Phi
12. Winchell
13. Allen-Rumsey
14. Weniey
15. williams
16. Frost
17. Alpha Kappa Lambda
18. Phi Alpha Kappa
19. Strauss
20. Beta Theta Pi
21. Chi Psi
22. Alpha Delta Phi
23. Adams
24. Trigon
25. Michigan
Doctoral Examination for: William
Davis Hall, Physics, Thesis: "Polariz-
ability Measurements of the Alkali
Atoms Sodium, Potassium, Rubidium,

and Cesium," on Tuesday, January 9
at 1 p.m. In Room 1070 Randall Lab,J
Chairman: J. C. Zorn.
Bureau of Appointments, 2200 S.A.B.,
hours 8:30-12 - 1:30-4:30. 12 Hours neces-
sary for eligibility to register and make
use of services at Bureau. Interview
season begins Jan. 15, please bring your
resumes up to date, register now with
the Gen. Division for interview, em-
ployers expect to see resumes on all
candidates before the interview. For
mailing lists of dates of interview visits
be sure we have your current address,
any changes are not automatic, you
must notify us yourself. Feel "free to
come in and brouse through current
listings of jobs received by mail and
phone, listings of government, bus. and
industry literature for interviews.
Peace Corps Tests given Jan. 20, take
completed application to test center,
Downtown Post Office, 220 N. Main St.
1:30 p.m.
Federal Service Entrance Examination
(FSEE) given each month. Applications
for next test are due Jan.h10.
Current Position Openings, call 764-
7460 for further information.
Local Psychiatric Service-Typist-
clerk, two openings inenear future,
woman, high school min., one yr.
exper, dicatphone necess.
Local Sectarian Student Organization
-Secretary, full time, lively position
requires typing, shorthand (pref.),
bookkeeping experience, woman.
Local Retail Firm-Asst. Manager, for
several new stores in greater west of
Wetroit area. Man only, young, no
specific education or experience re-
quirements.uGreat growth potential.
Local Hospital-Recreational Thera-
pist or Asst. Therapist, Man only, de-
gree plus 6 mo. working in psychiatry,
Wk. with emotionally disturbed chil-
dren, skilled physically, sports, good
male image for children, work after-
noons and evenings.
Area Life Insurance Firm-Field Un-
derwriter, selling non-cancellable health
and accident and life insurance to
professional people, M or F, degree
preferred, exper not necess., age range
City of Ypsilanti-Relocation Officer,
MSW and min. 2 yrs. responsible exper.
in social work ro urban renewal.
Consultants to Management, Chicago,
111.-Systems Representative, Man, de-
gree req., Paper work systems exposure,
acctg. exper. with brokerage firm help-
ful, age 27-35.
Meijer, Inc. Grand Rapids, Mich.-
Pharmacists, for large self-service food
and non-food chains based in western
Mich., openings presently in Lansing
area. Practice in new pharmacies.
City of Detroit-Group Activities Spe-
cialist, Dept. of Parks and Recreation,
must be resident of Detroit. Assigned
to assist referred teenagers and adults
with social and emotional handicaps
in adapting to social environment.
Hubbard Associates of Lansing, Inc.,
Lansing, Mich.-Salesman for brokerage
and development of commercial and
industrial real estate, man, graduate,
no exper. necess, age 22-26.
Morgen Design, Inc., Detroit, Mich.
-Sales Engineer, Local travel only, for
consulting engineering work, BSME,
Man only, 30-40 age range.
Personnel Service, Chicago, 111.-In-
dustrial Engineer, exper, in standards,
work management, facilities planning,
plant layout. Must be free to travel
great deal, Man, BSIE, plus exper. age
range 25-38.
Marquette Enterprises, Marquette,
Mich.-Advertising Director and Editor

for new weekly newspaper, be free to
inovate. M or F, BA Journ. or Engl.,
Pref exper., but not necess.
Northwestern National Life Insurance
Company, Cleveland, Ohio-Group Sales
Representative, service employee bene-
fit plans, deal with top officers, 1 yr.
home office, relocate, man, degree pref.
exper pref., age 21-35.
United Aircraft, Redondo Beach,
Calif.-Systems Analysis and Operations
Research. Studies include port ground
congestion, ghetto employment and
transportation interfaces, and other
national and regional planning prob-
lems. BS/MS Engineering or Math,
or MBA who are problem oriented and
can work productively with min. of
HunterCollege, City University of'
New York, N.Y.C.-Grad Program in
Urban Planning, MA degree in 2 years
courses in Plan. Methods, Community
Functions, Field Work, Socil. Pin.,
Policy Formulation.
Drake University, Des Moines, Iowa
-MBA Program, open to any BA de-
gree,Brequ. Grad Record Exam, or
Miller Analogies, financial aid avail.
L. Perrigo Company, Allegan, Mich.-
Analytical Chemist for Q.C. Labs,
Pharni and Cosmetic products, interest
mainly in gas chromatographic tech-
City of Lincoln, Nebraska-Electrical
Engineer, man, BSEE, exper pref, power
transmission and distribution planning.
Helena, Montana-Speech and Hearing
State of Montana, Dept. of Health,
Therapists for Ctr. for Handicapped
Children, multi desc. setting. MA and
eleg. for certificate of clinical com-
petence or BA with Cert in area re-
FMC Corporation, John Bean Div..
Lansing, Mich.-ME and IE degrees
for plan layout methods engrg, time
studies, flow process etc. recent grads
or alumni.
State of Alaska, Dept. of Administra-
tion,Juneau, Alaska-State Director of
Finance, exper. with automated acctg,
system desirable. Dev. standard operat-
ing procedure, prepares budget etc.
Stone & Webster Engineering Cor-
poration, Garden City, N.J.-Exper-
iences personnel between 5-10 years in
petrochemical fields with BSME, ChE,
MS ChE, and coursework in stat.
University of Wisconsin Medical Cen-
ter, Madison, Wis.-Psycho-Physiology,
BA Psych. Med. Gen., exper in labs.
VA Hosp, BS Chem. Med Microbiol., BS
Biol. or Microbiol. Med., BS in lab fld.
Onocology, BS. Clin. Onocology, BS
plus exper. Radiology, BS electronics,
Nucl. E. or Physics. Pediatrics BS/MS
plus exper. Food Res. Inst, BS Med.
Tech. Botany, BS/MS, pt. time. Biophys.
BS plus electron micro. exper. Renal
Labs, ES,

Johns Manville, Pipe Div., Waukegan,
Ill.-Civil Engineers with exper, ES
degree in other fads. acceptable, immed.
opening in sales area in Minneapolis,
pref. over 30 yrs.
Midwest Research Inst., Kansas City,.
Mo.-Bacteriology, BS. Chem adv. de-
grees and BS plus 0-3 yrs. Regional
Econ., adv. degree in econ., bus. ad.,
and res. exper. Indust. econ., same as
above. Microwave engrs. 5-10 yrs exper.
Biostat., adv. degree in engrg., math
or sci. Human Factors Engrg., adv.
degree. Oper. research, military special-
ization, Queing Theory, Linear Pro-
gramming, Inventory Theory, Simula-
tion, and Prod. sched., adv. degree req.
EDP syst. planning. Chem Phys. PhD.
Anchor Hocking Glass Corporation,
Lancaster Ohio.-Bales Trainees, and
Nat'l Sales Reps, no exper. EE, Ceram.
E., ME, and IE, exper req. Packg. de-
signer, knowl. or exper.incorrugated
pckg. Artist no exper necess., degree
and layout knowl. Acctg, BS. Staff Q.C.
Consultant ME plus 2 yrs. stat. Auditor,
BA, 30% travel. Communications Spe-
cialist, Journ. degree somee xper. Chem-
ist, BS Chem/BS ChE. Lab. technicians.
Chrysler Corporation Missile Division,
Detroit, Mich.-Bales Mgr., Engrg/
Mktg. degree plus 15 yrs. Product Sales
Rep, 6 yrs. exper., project engrg. exper
req. Analog and Digital Lab, spec., BA
math or Phys plus 4 yrs. Research
engrs, BSAE/BSME/BSEE or masters
Make Interview Appointments at Room
128-H, West Engrg. Bldg.
January 15, 1968
Addressograph-Multigraph Corp.
Allied Chemical Corp.
Butler Mannufacturing Co.
Cadillac Gage Co.
Caywood-Schiller, Associates
Chrysler Corporation
City of Detroit
Digital Equipment Corp.
S. C. Johnson & Son, Inc.-
(Johnson's Wax)
Parker-Hannifin Corp.
United Aircraft Corp. - Norden Div.
S. D. Warren Co., Div. of Scott Paper
U.S. Army Engineer Waterways
Experiment Station
Engineering Placement Meeting: No.
2 "Employment Negotiations." Princi-
ples for effective employment Inter-
viewing,plant visits, correspondence,
etc. Second of four meetings. Primarily
for seniors and graduate students, but
open to all interested. Professor J. G.
Young, January 9, 4:00 p.m. in Room
229 West Engineering Building, and
7:30 p.m. in Room 311, West Engineer-
ing Building. (Afternoon and evening
meetings will be the same).

are invited to meet with our representative on campus
January 15 through the 19, 1968
Contract your Placement Office for an appointment
City of Detroit-Civil Service Commission



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An International Peace Army
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USE OF THIS COLUMN FOR AN- UM Ski Club meeting, Jan. 9, 7:30
NOUNCEMENTS is available to officially p.m., Union Ballroom. Everybody wel-
recognized and registered student orga-coetcmeocatsgigpry
nizations only. Forms are available in come to come to cast signing party;
room 1011 SAB. new members, too.
Graduate Assembly, general meeting, Art Print Loan: All students who re-
Wed. Jan. 10, 7:30 p.m., East Conference newed their prints for the winter
Room 4th floor, Rackham Bldg. Agen-nedthi prtsfrhewtr
da: nomination of officers, report of semester and have not paid, bring
draft referendum, etc. your money in to 1011 SAB.

will be an cumpus
Jan. 15, 1968 (Monday)
Graduating Electrical Engineers, Mechanical Engi-
neers and Physicists are invited to discuss career
opportunities in research, design, development and
manufacturing in areas such as:
Airborne Radar Systems/Video Display Systems/Tele-
communications / Precision Components / Advanced
Computer Techniques/Advanced Electromebhanical
Design Techniques.
Norden's location in Norwalk, Connecticut is easily
accessible to the entire New York metropolitan area.
Fornconvenient appointment, please make arrange-
ments in advance through your Placement Office.

Mrs. Le Thi Anh
Vietnamese Author
Wednesday, Jan. 10, 8:00 P.M.

Prof. Anatol Rapoport
Assembly Hall (Basement) Union


Depends on the giant. Actually, some giants are just regular
kinds of guys. Except bigger.
And that can be an advantage.
How? Well, for one thing, you've got more going for
you. Take Ford Motor Company. A giant in an exciting
and vital business. Thinking giant thoughts. About develop-
ing Mustang. Cougar. A city car for the future.
Come to work for this giant and you'll begin to think
like one.
Because you're dealing with bigger problems, the
consequences, of course, will be greater. Your responsibilities
heavier. That means your experience must be better-more
complete. And so, you'll get the kind of opportunities only a
giant can give.
Giants just naturally seem to attract top professionals.
Men that you'll be working with and for. And some of that
talent is bound to rub off.
Because there's more to do, you'll learn more. In
more areas.

You'll develop a talent for making hard-nosed, imagina-
tive decisions. And you'll know how these decisions affect
the guts of the operation. At the grass roots. Because you'll
have been there.
If you'd like to be a giant yourself, and .your better
ideas are in finance, product engineering, manufacturing,
marketing and sales, personnel administration or systems
research, see the man from Ford when he visits your campus.
Or send your resume to Ford Motor Company, College
Recruiting Department.
You and Ford can grow bigger together.

An Equal Opportunity Employer (M/F)


What's it like
to work
for a giant?


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