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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

Tuesday, February 27, 1963

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DAILY OFFICIAL
BULLETIN
The Daily Otficial Bulletin is an
olticial publication of the Univer-
sity of Michigan for which The
Michigan Daily assumes no editor-
las 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-
munm o two times on request; Day
Calendar items appear once only,
Student organization notices are not
accepted for publication. For more
information call 764-9270.
TUESDAY, FEBRUARY 27
Day Calendar
School of Music Recital - Students
of the Wind Instrument Department:
School of Music Recital Hall, 12:30 p.m.
IST Ocean Engineering Seminar
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.
Basketball - U-M vs. Purdue Uni-
versity: Events Bldg., 8:00 p.m.
Professional Theatre Program-"The
Impossible Years:" Hill Aud., 8:30 p.m.
School of Music Degree Recital -
John Kitzman. 'Trombone: School of
Music Recital Hall. 8:30 p.m.
-eneral notices
Fellowship Applications for the Mar-
garetdKraus Ramsdell-Wallace Radcliff
Awards are now available for 1968-69.
This fellowship is used to assist stu-
dents who will have received a Uni-
versity of Michigan degree by begin-
ning of tenure to pursue graduate
studies in this country or abroad in re-
ligious education or in preparation for
the Christian Ministry. Both men and
women are eligible for this fellowship.
Application should be made to the
Dean of the Graduate Schoolon forms
available at the Graduate Fellowship
office, Room 1014 Rackham Bldg. The
deadline is March 1.
The annual Delta Delta Delta Serv-
ice Projects Scholarship Competition
will be held from Jan. 1 to March 1. All
full-time sophomore and junior women
are eligible to apply. Applicants should
be well-qualified students, showing
promise of valuable service in their
chosen field and future communities.
Academic record, contribution to ,cam-
pus life, and financial need are points
to be considered.
The number of Tri Delta scholarships
available will be based upon the needs
of the applicants. All local winners are
automatically eligible for one of the
$1000.00 National Delta Delta Delta
Service Projects awards. Applications
are' available from Mrs. Lyon at the
Student Activities Bldg. They must be
returned to Mrs. Lyon or to Delta Delta
Delta by March 1.
National Teacher Examinations: Ap-
plications: Application blanks are
available in Room 3014 Rackham Bldg.
for the National Teacher Examinations.
The next administration of the test
will be on Sat., April 6, and applica-
tions are due in Princeton, New Jer-
sey by March 14.
School of Music Honors Program:
Applicatins are now being received
for the fall term, 1968. Forms are avail-
able in the School of Music Records
Office. Deadline for receipt of appli-
cations and supporting statements by
the Honors Council (Prof. Holz, act-
ing chairman) is Fri., March 22.
Graduate Record Examination: Ap-
plication blanks are available in Room
3014 Rackham Bldg. for the Graduate
Record Examination. The next admin-
istration of the test will be on Sat.,
April 27, and applications are due in
Princeton, New Jersey by April 9.
Foreign Visitors
The following foreign visitors can be
reached through the Foreign Visitor
Programs Office, 764-2148.
Mr. and Mrs. Carlos Elizando, Sec-
retary of the National Commission on
Outer Space, Mexcio, Feb. 19-March 2.
Forextra-
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activities.

Prof. Georgio Bernini, Faculty of Po- Sales (inside and territorial), and {
litical Science, Universita Di Padova, transportation.
Bologna, Feb. 24-29. Department of Housing and Urban
Mr. Richard S. Medina, Director of Development, Wash., D.C. - Men and
Courses, Franklin Binational Institute, women. All day. BA/MA Arch., Econ.,
Veracruz, Feb. 25-29. Gen. Lib. Arts, Geog., Journ., Law, / g
Mr. Liu Ming, Deputy Director, New Math, Poli. Sci., and Soc. for Public 1
Asia Yale-in-China Chinese Language Administration and transportation._St
Center, Hong Kong. Feb. 27-29..AB icopayhiao Il I il
Prof. Shinichiro Michida, Faculty of A.B. Dick Company, Chicago, I.
Law and Director, American Studies Men. All day. BA Econ., Gen. Lib. Arts,
Institute, Kyoto University, Feb. 27-29. Soc. and Marketing, for Mgmt. Trng. (Continued from Page 1)
Mr. and Mrs. Evqueni Nateyev, Mem- and marketing trainees.
ber of Parliament, Vice Chairman, UN Marine Midland Trust Company of could be used to reduce the
Economic Commission for Europe, Pro- Western New York, Buffalo - Men. amount of State appropriations.
fessor, High Economic Institute, Acad- Morning only. BA/MA Econ., Educ., "This is true only if the people
emy of Sciences, Sofia, March 1 Engl., Fine Arts, Gen. Lib. Arts, Geog., of the State of Michigan are pre-
Prof. Saburo Funaoko, Psychologist, Hist., Libr. Sci., Math, Philo, Poli. Sci.,
Osaka School of Social Work, March 1 Psych., and Soc. for Banking. pared to see the quality of the
for one or two months. Wed., March 6: University substantially reduced,"
Dr. and Mrs. Janos Szilagyi, Curator, The Rand Corporation, Santa Mon- he said.
Dept. of Greek and Roman Antiquities, ica, Calif. - Men and women. All day.
Museum of Fine Arts, Budapest, March MA/MA Math for EDP. A further implication of the
1-2, U.S. Air Force, Ann Arbor, Michigan auditor general's report is that
Mrs. Marie Josefa Gallofre, Librarian, -Men and women. All day. Any de- projects funded by private gifts
Binational Center, Barcelona, Spain, gree, any major for all varied positions or federal funds "should be
March 1-4. for officers.
Mrs. Patanadis - Kachachiva, Execu- DeSoto, Inc., Des Plains, Ill. - Men. charged with a full share of on-
tive Officer and Chief Registrar, Bi- Afternoon only. All degree levels in or- going overhead costs of the Uni-
national Center, Bangkok, Thailand, ganic Chemistry. versity, thereby reducing the re-
March 1-6, __t e e n e
Mr. Segundo ,N. Castaneda, Ass't. to Current Positions received by Gen- quirement of funds from Legis-
the Director of Courses, Binational eral Division, call 764-4760 for further lative appropriations," Fleming
Center, Guatemala, March 3-6. information: said.
Mr. Peter A. N. Itebete, Lecturer in City of Portage, Michigan - Civil
English, Kenya Institute of Adminis- Engineer, will be asst. to DPW Direc- "Foundations refuse to pay
trat'ion, March 3-6. tor, and assisted by staff of Engineer- overhead costs on gifts, and the
Mr. Raul Bruera, Mr. Elias Carranza, ing Aides. Un ity' hoi t
Mr. Hictor Ferreyra, Mr. Jose Garcia Union Carbide, Nuclear Division,Universis Chce is o accept
Hamilton, Mr. Enrique Molina, Mr. Ed- Librarian for Division in Oak Ridge, them on thiat basis or decline
uardo Romeo Luscauo, Mr. Educardo Tenn., technical and engineering 11- them," he explained.
Stordeur, Mr. Horacio- Vita, Mr. Daniel brary. Exper. or new grad with MALS, Mrehnhaf fth enre
Zolezzl, Argentine law students, March bary xe.ode ra ihML, Mr than half of the entire
and undergrad degree in sci. discipline fiscal plant of the University with
3-7, or enrgrg. Mnan or woman.ficlpatothUnvrty ih
Chemical & Plastics Products Div., a book value of more than $357
DoctoralIAllied Products, Corp., Shaker Heights, million has been financed with
' J e" Ohio - Sales, for OEM customers and other than state appropriations.
distributors, primarily plastics, epoxy,

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world renown of the University,"
Fleming said.
Fleming referred to the state
constitution, which says that the
function of the Auditor General
shall not infringe upon the con-
stitutional authority of the gov-
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REGISTER to VOTE
Call
NEW POLITICS
for assistance and transportation
761-7147
971 -2856

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of higher education, which shall
be "solely responsible for the con-
trol and direction of all expendi-
tures from the institution's funds."
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Evers To Rim
In Mississippi
JACKSON, Miss. (MP)-Southwest
Mississippi voters take the first
step today toward choosing a new
congressman, with six white can-
didates-one a Republican-and
Negro civil rights leader Charles
Evers in the special election.
The seven men, who have work-
ed hard to build the interest of
voters already sated with politics
and bored with elections, face the
prospect of a slim 50 per cent

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Examinations

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John Edward Lynch, Jr., Nuclear En-1
gineering, Thesis: "Applications of the
Directional Phonon Frequency Func-
tions in Neutron Scattering Investi-
gations of High Polymers," on Tues.,
Feb. 27 at 2:30 p.m. in Room 315 Auto-
motive Lab, Chairman :G. C. Summer-
field.1
Myron Simon, English Language and
Literature, Thesis: "The Poetics ofj
Robert Graves: The Relevance of Geor-
gian Poetry to Ifis Early Career," on
Tues., Feb. 27 at 3 p.m. in Room 1611
Haven Hall, Chairman, N. E. Nelson.
Dwight Donald Hearn, Physics, The-
sis: "Resonance Scattering of Radia-
tion by Interacting Atoms," on Tues.,
Feb. 27 at 4 p.m. in Room 1070 Ran-
dall Lab. Chairman: P. R. Fontana.
SGC
The approval of the following stu-
dent sponsored eyents becomes effec-
tive after the publication of this no-
tice. All publicity for these events must
be witheld until the approval has be-
come effective.
Approval request forms for student
sponsored events are available in'
Rooms 1001 and 1546 of the Student
Activities Building.
Inter-Cooperative Council - Confer-'
ence on Student Housing Co-ops -
March 1-3, Union.
UM Lacrosse Club, Mass Meeting,
Feb. 21, 8:30 p.m., 131 Bus. Ad. Bldg.
Ann Arbor Motorcycle Association,
Observed Trial, Feb. 25, 12 noon, Hay-
ward and Hubbard.
Gargoyle Sales, Feb. 21, all day, Diag
and Fishbowl.
Placement x
GENERAL DIVISION '
PLACEMENT INTERVIEWS:
Interview appointments for the fol-
lowing companies may be made up
to 4:00 day preceding visit. Call 764-
7460.
Mon., March 4:
No interviews scheduled in General
Division.
Tues., March 5:
Burlington Lines, Chicago, Ill.-Men
Afternoon only. BA/MA Econ., Engl.
Gen. Lib. Arts, Hist., Math., Philo., Poli.
Sci., Psych., Speech, and Soc., for EDP,
Mgmt. Trng., Mktg. Res., Purchasing,
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resins, molded parts. Considerable tra-
vel, degree in Chem., ChE., Bus, or
Lib. Arts, no exper. required, min. age
22.
State of Tennessee, Dept of Insur-
ance and Banking, Div. of Fire Preven-
tion, Nashville, Tenn. - Graduate in
fire protection and engineering to as-
sist in improving and broadening fire
protection and prevention programs.
Chas. Pfizer & Co., Inc., Groton,
Conn. - Maintenance engineer, lBS/;MS
in EE or ME.
Local Organization - Personnel Con-
sultant position, 30 yrs. and 'up, de-
gree preferred, well rounded business
backgrnd., ample exper. in dealing with
people.
Management Consultants, N.Y.C. -
Sales representative, servicing chain,
variety and department stores, nation-
ally known line of high-volume prod-
ucts, openings in several key locations,
excellent potential for sales expansion}.
College degree plus sales exper. pre-
ferred, able to plan work and time,
deal effectively with accounts at store

Fleming said.
Federal money does include
over'head furndsandthismney is

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EVOLUTION DISAVOWED!
Science is shown to vindicate Biblical Creationism
-without necessitating textual "de-mythologizing."
Life, Man and Time
is the book to read!
Written by Frank L. Marsh, Ph.D., professor of biology and chief consultant,
Geophysics Research Institute, Andrews University, this book is considered the most
concise and authoritative statement of the position of the creationist scientist today,
treating with thoroughness and scientific fidelity such subjects as the relation of age
dating tests to the creationist thesis.
DID YOU KNOW-ten years ago Dr. Marsh and a handful of associates were
virtually' alone in the upper echelons of the science profession in their espousal of the
creationist thesis, and today literally thousands of scientists, researchers, and educators
have openly taken their stnd in favor of the Biblical creationist interpretation of
observed natural phenomena?
This striking change in only oned ecade has come about largely as a result of
the writings of Dr. Marsh, particularly this book, LIFE, MAN ,AND TIME.
For years the evolution theory has been treated a established fact, and disbelief
in evolution has been taken to be synonymous with ignorance and religious superstition.
But is it possible that today something significant is brewing~ in the field of natural
origins?
Read for yourself and judge-
Life, Mart, and Timt
by FRANK L. MARSH, Ph.D
-available in hardbound edition with full-
color illustration throughout.

plowed back into the University, voter turnout, a condition that ob-
he continued. servers think will help Evers.
"To require deduction of this Evers, 45, took leave from his
overhead from state appropria- post as field director for the Na-
tions would represent a conclu- tional Association for the Advance-
sion that the State of Michigan ment of Colored People to make
cannot afford a university of the the race.
ALL THE SPAGHETTI
YOU CAN EAT
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and regional levels.
SUMMER PLACEMENT SERVICE
212 S.A.B.
March 4, 1968-Good Humor, Detroit,
Mich., and openings in.N.Y.,,.Ilt.,New
Jersey, Conn. Big Money for the sum-
mer, work outdoors. Will Interview
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ORGAN I ZATION
NOTICES
USE OF THIS COLUMN FOR AN-
NOUNCEMENTS is available to offi-
cially recognized and registered student
organizations only. Forms are available
in room 1011 SAB.
UM Ski Club meeting tonight, 7:30,
Union (ya gotta be kidding), final
plans for the East; and movies, nat-
urally. Bring dates.
* * *
La Sociedad Hispanica, discussiones
con un gruppo de Argentinos sobre
universidades argentinas y norte-
americanas (durante la tertulia), el
lunes, 4 de marzo, 3-5 p.m., 3050 Frieze.
* * *
UM Scottish Country Dance Society
meeting, Wed., 8-10:30 p.m., Women's
Athletic Bldg. Beginners welcome. In-
struction given,

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