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Sunday, Februaiy 25, 1968

THE MICHIGAN DAILY

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SUNDAY, FEBRUARY 25
Day Calendar
University of Michigan Players/De-
partment of Speech Children's Theatre
-"The Elves and the Shoemaker," 10
W a.m. and 2 p.m., Trueblood Theatre.
School of Music - Chamber Music
-Lynne Bartholomew, Piano - Mar-
ilyn McDonald, Violin - Lawrence Mc-
Donald, Clarinet - Margaret Moores,
Cello: School of Music Recital Hall,
4:30 p.m.
Cinema Guild - Jean-Luc Godard's
Masculin-Feminin: Architecture Audi-
torium, 7:00 and 9:05 p.m.
School of Music -- Mu Phi Musicale:
School of Music Recital Mall, 8:30 p.m.
Events Monday
Anatomy Seminar: Dr. Virginia At-
gar director basic research dept.,Na-
* tional Foundation will speak on "Ter-
atology - 1968." 2501 E. Med. Bldg.,
2 p.m.
Department of Architecture, City
Planning Program Lecture - Urban
Forum II Harvey Perloff, Director,
Program of Regional Studies, Resources
for the Future, Inc., "A Philosophy
for Regional Planning Education":
Auditorium B, Angell Hall, 4:00 p.m.
Botany Seminar: Professor Norbert
Pfenning, University of Gottingen,
"Recent Advances in the Study of
Photosynthetic Sulfur Bacteria" 1139
Nat. Scl. Bldg. 4:15 p.m.
Professional Theatre Program - The
Impossible Years: Hill Auditorium,
,8:30 p.m.
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General IT~ce
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-
ture Hall of the Chrysler Center for
Continuing Engineering Education.
April Teacher's Certificate 'Candi-
dates: All of the requirements, for the
teacher's certificate must be complet-
ed by March 15th. These requirements
include the teacher's oath, the health
statement, the social security number
and the Bureau of Appointments ma-
terial. The oath should be taken as
soon as possible in room 2000 Uni-
versity High School. The office is open
from 8-12 and 1-5, Monday through
Friday.
GENERAL DIVISION
PLACEMENT INTERVIEWS:
Interview appointments for the fol-
lowing companies may be made up
to 4:00 day preceding visit. Call 764-
7ordan Marsh, Floria, Miami, Fla.
- M & F BA Econ, and MA Econ for
Mgmt. Trng. and merchandising.
U.S. Navy, Detroit, Mich. - M & F,
all degrees, all majors for Officer Pro-
grams and Law Specialists.
Tues., Feb. 27:
'U.S. Navy, Detroit, Mich. - M & F
all degrees, all majors for Officer Pro-
grams and Law Specialists.
Wed., Feb. 28:
U.S. Atomic Energy Commission
Washington, D.C. - M & F AM only.
Masters degrees in Econ., Hist. and
Poll. Sci. for Public Administration.
U.S. Navy, Detroit, Mich. - M & F
all degrees, all majors for Officer Pro-
grams and Law Specialists.
SUMMER PLACEMENT SERVICE
212 S.A.B.
INTERVIEW: American Friends Ser-
vice Committee, Ann Arbor, Michigan.
Will interview Feb. 26 from 1 to 5.
Details and applications at SPS, 212
S.A.B.
EDUCATION DIVISION
The following schools will be inter-
viewing at the Bureau during the
week of March 4:
Monday, March 4
MUSKEGON, Mich. (P.S.) - Elem. -
Voc., Couns., P.E., Read. M.R., Em.
Dist., Sec. - Eng., Math, S.S., Sci,
Voc., GPE, Couns., Sch. W., Psych.,
M.R., Sp. Ther.
Westland, Mich. (Nankin Mills S.
D) - Elem., J.H. - Sci., Math, Eng.,
S'S.
Bakersfield, Calif. (Kern Country) -
Only H.S. - Art, Bus., Eng., For. Lang.,
H.E., I.A., Lib., Math, Mus., GPE, BPE,
Sc., S.S., Sp. Ed., Read., Dr. Tr., Sp
Ther.
Carmichael, Calif. (San Juan Unif.
S.D.) - All fields except BPE & S.S.
Oak Park, il. (H.S. Dist.) - H.S. ,-
Eng., Math, Fr., Span., Biol., P.E.,
Couns., Phys. Sc.
Tuesday, March 5

Birmingham, Mich. - Elem., - Art,
Fr., Lib., Voc., Inst., P.E., Read., Guid.,
Sch. Soc. W., Sp. Corr., J.H. - Art,
Eng/SS., Eng., Guid., Fr., Lat., Span.,
L.A., Math, Sci., S.S., H.S. - Art, Bus.,
Eng., Fr., Ger., Lat., Span., L.A., Lib.,
Math, P.E., Biol., Phys., Diag., Sp. Ed.
Milford, Michigan - Elen., Sp. Ed.,
J.H. - Eng., Span., S.S., Inst., H.S. -
Fr., Span., S.S., Math, B.P.E., Dist. Ed.,
H.E., Sp. Corr., Diag.
Elgin, Ill - All fields, Must have
B.A. Be able to teach Drivers Train-
ing.
Rockville, MD. (Montgomery Coun-
ty) - All fields.
White Plains, N.Y. - Elem., - K-6,
Sp. Ed., P.E., M.R., Art., Mus., J.H.
- GPE, I.A., Gen. Sci., Math, Eng.,
S.S., H.S. - Biol., Eng., S.S., Math,
Lib., Fr, I.A., Phys.
Fairfax, Va. - All fields.
Wednesday, March 6:
Flint, Mich. - All fields.
Greenwich, Conn. - All fields.
Chicago, Ill. - All fields.
Hammond, Ind.- All fields.
Sp. Ed., Lib., Art., Instr., P.E., Guid.,
Baldwinsville, N.Y. - Elem. - K-6,
Sec. - Eng., S.S., Math, Gen. Sci., Fr,
Span., Bus., Dr.hEd., Orch., Guid., PE.
Cleveland, Ohio - All Elem., All
Sec., except Speech, Sp. Ther., Art,
PE, Lib. and Spec. Ed.
Thursday, March 7
Grand Rapids, Mich. - Elem., H.S.
- Eng., Math, Sci., GPE, Sp. Ed., Em.
Dist, A.
Grosse Pointe, Mich. - Elem. - Mus.,
Art, P.E., J.H., - Eng., Fr., L.A., Math,
Lib., Gen. Sci., S.S., P.E., Art, H.S. -
Fr., S.S., BPE, GPE, Art, Inst., Lib.,
GS/Biol., Math, Eng., I.A., Span., Ger.,
Sp. Ed., Sp. Corr., Soc. W., Psych.,
Nurse.
La Puente, Calif., Elem., J.H. -I
Span/Eng., Math, Sci., Dev. Read., J,
H. - I.A., Gen. Mus., Art, S.S., H.ES.,
GPE, BPE, Nurse, Sp. Ther.
Towson, Md., (Baltimore Country) -
Elem., - Art, Sec. - Art, Sci., Bus. Ed.,
.Dr. Ed., Eng., Fr., Span., Lat., Hst.,
Georg., Guid., H.E., Sp. Ther., Sp.
Ed., Read., Psych., I.A., Lib., Math,
Voc., Inst., GPE, BPE.
Kenmore, N.Y. - Fields not listed.
Schenectady, N.Y. (Niskayuna P.S.)
- Elem., J.H. - Eng., Math, Sci., H.S.
- Eng., Math, Chem/Biol., S.S. (MA),
GPE, Lib., Nurse, Choral, Art, Guid.,
Mech, Dr.
Anaheim, Calif. (H.S. Dist.) All H.S.
Friday, March 8
fields.
El Monte, Calif. - Elem. K-6, EDH,
P.E., Read, Psychometrist, Grades 7 &
8, Math, Sci., Eng., S.S., Span., H.E.,
I.A.
Fremont, Calif. - Elem K-6, Sp. Ed,
J.H. - Eng., Math, Gen. Sci., Read.,
I.A., GPE., Inst., H.S. - Eng., Read,
Gen. Sci., Math, Bus., GPE., I.A.,
Instr., Sp. Ther., Psych.
Las Vegas, Nevada9 Elem. - Mus.,
Rem., Art, Lib., Sp. Ed., Sec. - Mus.,
Art. Lib.,' Vocational, Rem., Eng/La,
Math, Sci., S.S., P.E., For. Lang., Bus.,
I.A., H.E., Health, Drama, Sp. Ed.,
Sp. Ther., Soc. Work, Psych.
To make appointments contact Mrs.
Shear 3200 S.A.B. 764-7459.

OnH Civil IR
WASHINGTON (P) - Republi-
can Leader Everett M. Dirksen
urged yesterday that efforts to
reach a compromise on a civil
rights bill be continued even if a
second attempt to cut off Senate
debate fails.
"With so many working to find
common ground," he said, he will
suggest to Majority Leader Mike
Mansfield (D-Mont.) that the
measure not be put aside in favor
of other legislation.
The Senate will vote for a sec-
ond time Monday on whether to
shut off the civil rights debate that
began after Congress reconvened
in mid-January.
Short Seven Votes
A first vote last Tuesday on
putting the debate closing cloture
rule into effect was 55 to 37, seven
votts short of the necessary two-
third majority.
Mansfield has said that barring
unforeseen circumstances he will
move to lay the civil rights bill

rges
aside if the Sen
to halt the deba
Dirksen said i
expects cloture to
Monday, saying
senator who has
tion.
Satisfa
But the Illinoi
wants to get a
and thinks this r
the legislation is
Senate.
The chief spOr
housing amendm
said they will p
tions.
Sen. Jack Mill
has been taking,
work out a com

Bill Compromise
ate again refuses ators who voted with Dirksen
te. against cutting off debate. On the
n an interview he rejection of cloture vote, the 36
be rejected again Republican s e n a t o r s divided
he knows of no evenly.
changed his posi- Most of the Democratic votes
against cutting off debate were
ctory Bill cast by Southern senators.
s senator said he Dirksen Leadership
satisfactory bill Sen. Clifford P. Case (R-N.J.)
may be possible if who voted for cloture, was asked
kept before the in an interview taped for New
Jersey stations if he thinks the
nsors of the open GOP vote indicated a growing dis-
ent already have satisfaction with Dirksen's leader-
ropose modifica- ship.
"I don't think so," Case re-
er (R-Iowa) who plied. "I think it was a vote on
part in efforts to the merits of the bill rather than
promise, said he on Senator Dirksen."
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have them in oil sizes.
OUR MOST RECENT ARRIVAL-Hammered copper serving trays
from Israel.
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feels the second petition to cut
off debate was filed prematurely.
He told reporters he thinks a
reasonable compromise can be
reached in another week if the
legislation is not abandoned.
Miller was among the GOP sen-

World News Roundup

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By The Associated Press
SEOUL - Swedish and Polish
members of the Neutral Nations
Supervisory Commission in Korea
are scheduled to meet today and
there is speculation they might
discuss possible mediation in the
North Korean seizure of the U.S.
intelligence ship Pueblo.
Lennard Finnmark, a Swedish
diplomat, arrived Wednesday from
Pakistan but would not say if
he would act in a mediation role
in an attempt to gain release of
the Pueblo's 82 crewmen and the
body of one dead crew member.
CAIRO-Egypt's former defense
minister said .yesterday President
Gamal Abdel Nasser had three
days warning that Israel would
attack last June 5 but chose to
await the blow, overriding the ob-
jections of a general since sen-
tenced for negligence.
Ousted Defense Minister Sham-
seddin Badran testified before a
revolutionary tribunal that Nasser

was told of the impending attack
by an unidentified American June
2 but refused to strike first, fear-
ing U.S. retaliation.
* * *
PARIS - Finance Minister
Michel Debre said yesterday pro-
posed U.S. measures to improve
its balance of payments would
hurt France and halt the trend
toward lowered trade barriers.
He said U.S. measures to reduce
terrorism, subsidize exports, and
tax imports would reverse a 20
year effort to liberalize interna-
tional trade.
* ~*
STOCKHOLM. Sweden-Ameri-
can deserters protesting U.S. pol-
icies in Vietnam believe there will
be 2,000 American defectors in
Sweden' by the end of the year.
Richard Bailey, 19, of Jackson-
ville, Fla., said yesterday defec-
tors are entering Sweden at an
average of one a day and the rate
will increase to provide a total of
2,000 for 1968.

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