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The Daily Official Bulletin is an
official publication of the Univer-
sity of Michigan for which The
Michigan %iaily assumes no editor-
ial responsibility. Notices should be
sent in TYPEWRITTEN form to
Room 3564 Administration Bldg. be-
fore 2 p.m. of the day preceding
publication and by 2 p.m. Friday
for Saturday and Sunday. General
Notices may be published a maxi-
mum of two times on request; Day
Calendar items appear once only,
Student organization notices are not
accepted for publication. For more
information call 764-9270.
Day Calendar
Semi-Final Debate Tournament -
Michigan Union, 8:30 a.m.
University, of Michigan Players/De-
partment of Speech Children's Theatre
--"The Elves and the Shoemaker," 10
a.m. and 2 p.m., Trueblood Theatre.
Gymnastics - U-M vs. University of
Wisconsin and University of Illinois:
Intramural Sports Building, 2:00 p.m.
Program of Modern Dance Works by
the UM Concert Dance Organization,
Dance Studio, Barbour Gym, 2:30 and
8:30 p.m.
Cinema Guild - Jean-Luc Godard's
Masculin-Feminin: Architecture Audi-
torium, 7:00 and 9:05 p.m.
School of Music Degree Recital-Bart
Dunning, Double Bass: School of Mu-
4c Recital Hall, 8:30 p.m.
School of Music-Contemporary Di-
rections-Sydney Hodkinson, Conduc-
tor: Rackham Lecture Hall, 8:30 p.m.
University Musical Society-Helsinki
Philharmonic Orchestra-Jorma Panu-
la, Conductor: Hill Auditorium, 8:30
General i otices
Added Noon Hout Service and Visit-
ing Hours-Beginning Monday, Febru-
ary 19, the Health Service will remain
open during th enoon hour (12:00-1:00
p.m.) period. Service will be available
to students in the Records Department,
General Clinic, Pharmacy, Nurses'
Clinic, X-ray Department, Laboratory,
Physiotherapy and the Business Office.
Visiting hours at the Health Service
Infirmary are 2:30 p.m. to 8:00 p.m.
1st Ocean Engineering Seminar Sem-
inar Series-Dr. Robert B. Abel, Head,
Office of Sea Grant Programs, National
Science Foundation, will give the sixth
seminar, entitled "Manpower Needs for
Ocean Engineering," Tuesday, Febru-
ary 27, at 2:30 p.m. in the Main Lec-
tiire Hall of the Chrysler Center for
Continuing Engineering Education.
Education Juniors' and Seniors: Ap-
plications for the School of Education
Scholarships for the. Spring Term
(IIIA) and the Fall Term (I) 1968 will
be available in room 2000 University
High School on March 1. Applicants
must have high scholastic standing.
Both theapplication and tte interview
are to be completed during March.
FEBRUARY 22, 1960
Approved: That "Choice 68" (which
is a mock presidential primary) be held

on campus on the coming election days,
March 12 and 13.
Approved: That the President of the
School of Education be elected in the
general election by the members en-
rolled in that school, commencing with
the forthcoming election.
Approved: To strike Section 4a of the
SGC Code of Election Rules and substi-
tute the following:
4a. Each candidate shall deposit with
the Election Director an affidavit
and a $5.00 election fee by a time de-
termined by Council for °each office
for which he is a candidate.
To amend Section 4 of SGC Code of
Election Rules by adding the follow-
ing :
c. However, a candidate running si-
multaneously for more than one of-
fice may, provided he maintains sep-
arate and distinct campaigns, have
for each campaign up to the speci-
fied limit set for expenses for that
Each candidate shall, when filing
his elections report, show to the sat-
isfaction of the Elections Director
that each campaign was run under
a separate and distinct budget, that
donations and campaign materials
were allocated appropriately, and that
there was no overlapping of expense.
No poster or other campaign mate-
rial shall, under any circumstances,
contain any indication that the ex-
ecutive candidate is running for more
than one office.
To delete Section 7a of SGC Code of
Election Rules and substitute:
7. a. Candidates for SGC executive
offices shall file a joint affidavit
and election fee of $5.00 each at a
time determined by the Council.
Candidates running simultaneously
for an executive office and any oth-
er office or offices shall pay the $5.00
election fee for each office filed for.
Approved: SGC laud the efforts of
the Voter Registration Program and
strongly urge the students 21 or over
at the University to cooperate in their
efforts to get more students registered.
Approved: To recognize the Circle K
Club of the University of Michigan as
a student organization.
Appr'oved: To recognize the Afro-
American Liberation Movement as a
student-community organization.
Approved: Whereas: Fair elections
are necessary to democratic govern-
ment; and WHEREAS: To help assure
that SGC elections are fair, election
workers need a simple and relatively
conclusive way to determine that a
would-be voter- has not previously
voted in the same election and in
what school or college election he may
vote; and
WHEREAS: The present ID does not
permit satisfactory tagging (as the old
ID did), makes what tagging is pos-
sible less satisfactory with each suc-
cessive election, and does not indicate
the bearer's school or college;
That SGC hereby requests the Office
of the Registrar to :eturn to the
practice of issuing each istudent a val-
idating Registration Certificate each
term for which he registers;
AND FURTHER: That SOC requests
that the student's school or college
be indicated on the Certificate.
Approved: To strike paragraph (a)
of section 8.11A of Regents Bylaws from
the Revised-dRegulations Concerning
Student Conduct, p. 9.
Approved: That SGC allocate $1,000
to the Select Committee on Course
and Teacher Evaluation and that SGC
underwrite the Course Evaluation Book-
let for the coming fiscal year.
Approved: That SGC establish a Com-
plaint Action Service.
Appointed: Sharon Lowen Director
of the Complaint Action Service.
Approved: That SGC allocate $200

to the Draft Teach-in which will be
hedl March 19 in Hill Auditorium.
Approved: Since the recent action of
the United States Selective Service
Director has provoked a greatly in-
creased awareness by the academicy
community of a glaring deficiency in{
contemporary American society, and
Since this action is inextricably en-
'twined with American military involve-
ment in Southeast Asia and other parts
of the world, and
Since the concept of involuntary
servitude through conscription is con-
trary to the historical principles upon
which this republic was founded, and
Since such a military cnentation has
grave implications for the continued
existence of a free society, making it
imperative that' we deliberate, medi-
tate, then speak and act with the cour-
age of our convictions.
MOVE: That SOC proclaim a Day of
Deliberation, commencing at 4:00 p.m.
on Tuesday, March 19, 1968, and con-
tinuing until that hour the following
day. During that period, lectures, work-
shops, study groups, dialogues, counsel-
ing and opportunities for personal med-
itation will be provided.
SGC calls upon the administration
and faculty to suspend formal classes
during that 24 hour period to permit
students and faculty to involve them-
selves completely in this vital concern.
SOC calls upon students, faculty

and members of the community to February 26, 1968-American Friends
forego their usual daily routines dur- Service Committee, Ann Arbor, inter-
ing this Day of Deliberation, to ex- viewing from 1-5.
plore actively the personal and vocietal March 4. 1968-Good Humor, Detroit.
implications of their government's pol- Mich., and openings in N.Y., Ill., New
1cies. If classes are not suspended dur- Jersey, Conn. Big Money for the sum-
ing that period, the Council strongly. mer, work outdoors. Will interview
urges students and faculty to tefrain March 8 also.
from attendance at those classes. March 7, 1968-Camp Birch Trails,
SGC further calls upon students and, Wisconsin, girls, 10-5. Waterfront,
faculty at other institutions of higher counselors in archery, gymnastics, ten-
learning to take similar and simulta- nis and arts and crafts.
neous action. March 7, 1968-Irish Hills Girl Scout
SGC mandates its members to go out Council. Mich. 10-5. General counsel-
and speak to this motion. ors, waterfront staff, specialists in na-
ture, crafts and archery.
Deadline for Positions with Lufthan-
Placem ent sa Airlines, in Germany, is Feb. 28,
1968. Good command of German re-
Current Positions Received by Gen- Deadline for Summer Internships in
eral Division by mail and phone, call Public Administration in Cleveland,
764-7460 for further information: Ohio. Sponsored by Governmental Re-
Commonwealth of Puerto Rico, Dept. search Institute. Deadline is March 15.
of Education. Persons interested in im- Martin's, Brooklyn, N.Y.-Openings
proving their Spanish are invited to for men and women in sales positions,
teach for one year in Puerto Rico in branch stores also.
English as foreign lang, program start- International Zoological Society, Inc.,
ing in First Grade. Applications at Bu- Medina, Ohio-Resort atmosphere work
reau, brochure with more information with animals.
upon request. Henry Ford Museum and Greenfield
Local Office-Employment counselors, Village. Dearborn, Michigan-positions
men and women, fields of lib. arts, for Food Service Attendants (M & F),.
psych., bus., TV, theater arts. Mature, Groundsman Helpers (M). Crafts Help-
sales or public relations oriented, lots ers (M & F). Details and interview ar-
of public contact. Thorough training rangements at S.P.S., must work
provided, through Labor Day.
Local Organization-Laboratory Tech- City of Wyoming, Mich. - Eleven
nologist, BS chem or biol.,.exper. help- Summer Construction Inspectors need-
ful, full time but could also for up ed.
to 4 hrs. study per semester. Ford Motor Company, Saline, Mich.
Summer Placement Service, 212 S.A.B., Steno-secretary, must rate high in
Lower Level: typing and shorthand. Openings for


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TODAY! 10:30 A.M.-- Little B.S., SAE Mudbowi (Cancelled'
1-4 P.M.-GAMES at Palmer Field
Bucking Bronco, Pie Eating, Pick Up Logs, Greased Pig Chase,
Barrel Rolling Contest, and Covered Wagon Race



(Competition on an individual basis-individual monetary prizes for each contest)
FREE Hayrides to Games-"LONDON FOG" BAND playing in Stockwell (1-4 p.m.)
(Start 12:45, leave every 15 minutes from East and South Quads to Palmer Field)

7-12:00 P.M. - BOOTH

NITE - Yost Field House

"HOW THE WEST WAS WON" with Music by c=E
Colorful Booths, Carnival Rides, Dancing Girls, N AFP ?E S~
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