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Tuesday. March 5, 1968



We, the fthedersigned medical students at the University of Michigan,
believe that our country's involvement in the Viet Nan, war is im.-
1moral and unjust. We feel that the Principles of our profession and our
concern for humanity are being compromised by the actions of our
gov erninent. Because of this belief, and our belief in the democracy of
the United States, we feel obligated to rotest; and to advocate with-
drawal of U.S. forces from Viet Nam.

f ...............::..:....:::" ept.,of Housing and Urban Devel-
opment, Wash, D.C. - Men and wo-
rmen. All day. BA/MA Arch., Econ.,
Gen. Lib. Arts, Geog., Journ.. Law,
Math., Poll. Se., and Soc. for Public
DLILL L E I NAdministration and trasprtaon.
DeSoto, Inc., Des Plains, Ill. - Men.
Aftenoononly Alldegree leve~s in-
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The Daily Official Bulletin Is an and William J. Schull, Human Genet- lines, please contact Mr. Toombs or Thurs., March 7:
otficial publication of the Univer- I ics, "A Study in Genetic Demography," Mrs. Anderson at Room 1014 Rackham. BMen and women. All deasyM and PhD
sity of Michigan for which The Rackham Amphitheatre, 7:30 p.m. THE DEADLINE IS MARCH 29. deg nl imEn., aw, Aatd ReD
Michigan i.aily assumes no editor- degrees only in Econ., Law, Nat'l Re-
tal responsibility. Notices should be sources. and Poll. Sci. for Mgmt. rung.,
sa resnsTbilIT N Notice o ood be iceCreers for Crisis - An Ecumenical Operations Research, and Program An-
seetdinsteiorld.le ~~Conference on Contemporary Ministry ;alysts.
Room 3564 Amnsrto lg e for Students from 35 Midwestern State Procter & Gamble, International Di-
tore 2 p.m. of the day preceding Seniors: College of L.S.&A., and Colleges and Universities April 19-21, visions, Cincinnati, Ohio - Men. All
publication and by 2 p.m, Friday Schools of Business Administration, at the Circle Campus, University of II- day. BA/MA/PhD inN en. Chem. Econ.
for Saturday and Sunday. General Education, Music and Undergraduate ilnois, Chicago. For students interested; Gen, Lib. Arts, Math., Engr., Stat.and]]]
Notices may be published a maxi- Public Health, in the challenge of the ministry today. Bus. Ad. for Advertising, Production
mum of two times on request; Day Tentative lists of seniors for April Sponsored by National Council of Statistics. Marketing, Operations Re-
C aen apao n gdtio a benipstd "on Churches and eleven Chicago area the- search, Engrg. Bus., and Acctg., Onlys
Student organization notices are not bulletin board in the first floor lobby, logical schools. For further information citizens of the following countries:
accepted for publication. For nore Administration Bldg. Any changes contact Mr. Lloyd Putnam, Office of Belgium, France, Germany, Italy, Mex-a
information call 764-9270P. therefrom should be requested of the Religious Affairs 2282 SAB, 764-7442. ico. Venezuela, Peru, Central America,l
Recorder at Office of the Registrar, Saudi Arabia, Morocco, Libya, Iran,
TUESDAY, MARCH 5 Window A, 1513 Administration Bldg. , G Greece, Continental Western Europe,
F(OreinfL Yisito s Arab Countries.
Washington, D.C. Area Residents: C7'J. C. Penney Co., Inc., Ann Arbor,'
There are excellent summer work op- The following foreign visitors can be Mich. - Me nand women. Morning
D y Calendar portunities. for juniors and seniors in- I reached through the Foreign Visitor only. BA Econ., and Gen. Lib. Arts,
terested in urban studies. These open- Programs Office, 764-2148, for Mgmt. Trng. and Merchandising.
Michigan Fire Chiefs' Training Con- ings are with the various governmen- Nine Argentine law students, March Royal-Globe Insurance Companies,'
ference -- Morning Session, Assembly information stop by the Institute of 3-7. Detroit, Mich - Men and women. All
Hall, Rackham Bldg., 9:00 a.m.; Aft- tal units in the D.C. area. For more Mr. Segundo N. Castaneda, Assistant day. BA Econ., Engl., Gen. Lib. Arts,1
ernoon Session, Amphitheater, Rack- Public Administration, 1516 Rackham to the Director of Courses of Bination- Math., Poli. Sci., Psych., Soc. for In-{
ham Bldg., 1:30 p.m. Bldg., to sign up for an appointment al Center, Guatemala, March 3-6. surance (Home office and Claims),
on or before March 8. Mr. Peter A. N. Itebete, Lecturer in Mgmt. Trng., Personnel, Production,
The Annual Community College English, Kenya Institute of Adminis- Statistics and Accounting.
Counselor-Student Conference - All Department of English Poetry Read- tration, Nairobi, Kenya, March 3-5. Service Bureau Corporation, Rocky
students who entered the University of ing -- Mr. William S. Mervin,"Prince- Prof. Saburo Funaoka, Psychologist, River, Ohio. Men and women. After-
Michigan from a Michigan community ton Poet," author of "A Mask' for Jan- Osaka School of Social Work, March 7 noon only. BA Econ., Educ., Gen. Lib.1
chga ungro haeMchalnar ~fiy o ot uto f" as o a-for 1 or 2 months,.rs n ahfr DMm.Tn.
college during the calendar year 1967 ice," The Dancing Bears," "The Drunk Ten olomn Arts, and Math for EDP, Mgmt Trng.,
have been invited to visit with their in the Furnace," and "Grean with Ten Colombian legal experts, March Production, Sales, inside and territ.
respective community college counsel- Beasts," will give a reading of his 6-7,A1 Fri., March 8:
ors in the Michigan Union between the poetry, with commentary, in the UGLI r.ir Travelers Insurance Company, De-
hours of 8:30 a.m. and 11:30 a.m. I! Multipurpose Room, Wed, at 4:10 p.m. Maand rchaeologs, March7-9. troit, Mich.-Men and women. All day.
hour a ofm0am.nd 11:30e tansfr Mr. C. Mkona, Education attache at BA/MA Gen. Lib. Arts, and Math for
you are a community college transfer All interested persons are invited to the Embassy, Malawi, March 10-12. A e M t
student entering during the calendar attend. 2 EDP, Insurance (Home Office),Mgmt.
year 1967, and have not received an Trng.

Judith Ascher
Roger J. Arckin
Larkin B. Breed
Fred Bloom
Robert Brink
Richard Benninger
Wiliam J. Boyko
LRoyce Chambers
Clifford Cox
Stephen C. Cook
Carol Ann Clayton
Harold Caesar
Ed Carison
Robert Carroll
Terry Chappell
Marilyn Crase
Donald R. Childs
Lawrence Corey
Ken Chew
Steve Engelberg
Jacob Epstein
Stephen H. Eisinger
Doug Faber
Ralph Foulke
Linda Figen
Glen W. Geelhoed
Sally Geelhoed
Gus Gill {
Robert A. Hiatt
Roger Hybels
R. M. Hirschfeld
Robert R. Hart
P. David Heward
John R. Huddlestone
Susan Houseman

Jim Hall
Steven A. Hershey
Paul Insel
Andrea C. Jungwirth
David E. Kinser
Stephen Kutnick
David Klegon
Jonathan Katz
Robert Kaprove
Richard Krouskop
Norman Levine
Robert M. Lowen
Robert Levey
Harry S. Lubetsky
James R. Longworthy
Joseph R. Luciano
Michael J. Miller
Don Moss
Frederick Maynard
Thomas Meyer
Howard Miller
Bill Nugg
C. Eric Paterson
Robert Palmer
Eugene Pasamani
Robert Pearson
Naomi J. Rapport
Meyer Rothbart
Stanley J. Roe
Raldon H. Retter
Constantine Rigas
Gene Ragland
James A. Rohde
Michael Roth

Robert Rigler
Thomas A. Segall
Earl R. Showerman
Howard M. Shapiro
David Stutz
Marek A. Stawiski
Rick Swartz
Robert J. Salinger
Stephen Saltman
Van Sugar
Alan Semion
Lowell Schoengarth
Gerald Tomory
David Tartof
Larry G. Thompson
Warren Weisswasser
William A. Walker
Jane Wiley
John S .Webster "
Walter Willett
Gary Weinman
Eliot M. Wolf
Richard Weiser
Margaret Zanotti
Ivars Zadvinskis
Sally Rollepon
Jim Gosman
Hans Hasche-Kluender
John Lossing
Robert Grazier
James Langworthy
David Patt
James Bullen
James Bruce Johnson

Irish Hills Girl Scout Council, Mich.
10-5. General counselors, waterfront
staff, specialists in nature, crafts and
Camp Birch Trail, Wis. Girls. 10-5.
Waterfront, counselors in archery,
gymnastics, tennis and arts and crafts.
The following schools will interview
at the Bureau during the week of
March 11:
Mon., March 11:
Albion, Mich. (Starr Commonwealth)
-Upper Elem., LA.. Inst. Mus., Arts!
Crafts, Bus., Sdi., S.S.. Eng.
Clio, Mich. - Fields not listed.
Detroit, Mich. (Redford Union P.S.)
-Elem. K-6, Sec. - Eng, MathSet~
H.E., Ent;.,S.S., Bus., T.A., Sp. Corr.,
Diag., Sch. Soc. W., Crisis, Type A.
Flint. Mich. (Beecher P.S.) - Fields
not listed.
Wheeling, Ill. - Elem., Pere. Hdcp.,
EMH, J.H. - Gen. Set., Math, Eng.,
Elem. J.H. - Soc. Work, P.E. Vocal.
Tues., March 12:
Farmington, Mich. - All fields.
Saginaw, Mich. (Saginaw Twp.) --
Fields not listed.
Orange, Calif. - Elem., Sec. - Set.,
Math, I.A., Sp. Ed, Sch. Nurse, HE.
Villa Park, II1. (No. 45) -- Elem. -
Voc., Lib., Read, Sp. Corr., Art, P.E.,
J.H. - S.S., Eng., Math, GPE, Fr.,
Span, Sci., Voc., Art, H.E,. LA., Read.,
Wed., March 13:
Armada, Mich. - Fields not listed.
Fraser, Mich. - Elem. - K-6, Lib.;
Voc., Instr., P.E,-Man, Guld J.H. -
Lib., Couns.-Boy & Qirls, Bus. Math,
Math, Span./Fr./Eng., Eng./Fr., Sci.,
Geog., I.A., Eng./S.S., Lib, Eng., Journ.,
Latin, S.S., GPE, BPE, H.S.-Bus., L.A.,
Coaches, Hockey, FTB, Tennis, Base,
Tr., Sp. Ed. type A.
Garden City, Mich. - Elem. K-6,
Sec. - Bus. Ed.. I.A., Lib., Voc., Instr.,
Span., Couns.,Woman, Fr., Math, Phys.
Chem., Biol., H.E., GPE, Eng./S.S.
Southfield, Mich. - Elem., K-6,-Lib.,
Voc., P.E., Art., J.H.- Eng., Math, Fr./
Span., Latin, S.S., Geog., Hist., Phys.
Se., Gen. Set., I.A., Bus., Lib., Voc.,
P.E., Art, Sp., Sp. Ed., H1.S. - Art,
Eng., Ger., Fr., Span., Lat., Hist., Geog.,
Econ., Biol., Chem., Phys., Phys. Sci.,
Bus., Lib., Math, Sp./Dr., P.E., I.A.
Utica, Mich. - Elem., Art, Bus., Ed.,
Eng., GPE, Eng., Math., Sci., S.S., Vov.


invitation, please call Mrs. Mieras in School of Nursing Tuberculosis Test-
the Admissions Office (764-2573). ing program - Winter 1968:
Freshmen: Tests - Mon., March 25,
Stcheool of Musi R e ical t rum pl Room M5104, SNB, Time-4-5:30 p.m.;
12:30 p.m. Readings - Wed., March 27, Room
12:30p~m.M5104, SNB, Timne-4-5:30 p.m.

Approved: That Paul Milgrom be ap-
pointed to thetSACUA Student Rela-
tions Committee (replacing Andy

Bureau of the Budget, Washington.
D.C. - Men and women. All day. MA
and PhD degrees only in Econ., Law,
Natl. Resources, and Poli. Sd., for
Mgmt. Trng., Operations research and
Program Analysts.
National Labor Relations' Board,


School of Music Recital - Students Sophomore, Junior, Senior: Tests - o Wash., D.C. - Men and women. After-
of the String Department: School of Tues., March 26, Room M5102, SNB, 1noon only. BA/MA Econ., Law, Poli.
Music Recital Hall, 3:45 p.m. Time-4-5:30 p.m.; Readings - Thurs., I .1Sci., for Mgmt. Trng., Personnel, Pub-
sia l March 28, Room M5104, SNB, Time- Ex am inantons lie Administration, Labor Relations,
3:30-5:30 p.m. Industrial Relations.
Seminar: Sponsored by the Depart- Students may be tested on either ! Kenneth Gordon Nelson, Pharmaceu- H. J. Heinz Company, Oak Park,
s day, but it is hoped that they will tical Chemistry, Thesis: "Studies on Mich. - Men. Afternoon only. Any de-
Zoology - Dr. Robert Yuan, Harvardcoe nth da asied fter the Rate of Formation of Calcium ge o nieadtrioilsls
University, Biology Dept., e schedule"TheMe-day assigned if their gree for inside and territorial sales.
caimoHotcnrle Rstitoijschedule permits.; Fluoride on Hydroxyapatite in Buf-
ni Hostoferned Fluoride Solutions," on T rs te, Cone andBelding, ChicagoIll.
In E. CoThe Summer Nrt.gran. BofgGraduate Feb. 29 at 10 am, in Room 3002'Phar- '-Men and women for summer and
s p .TheSummerc rgramofGraduate macy Research Bldg. Chairman: W. I. full time. Allrday. BA in Psych and
s T Student Research Grant is now open Hi. Soc. only for Consumer Research,
Professional Theatre Program - "On frcmeiin ___ quantitative and analytical orientation



a Clear Day You Can See Forever:"1 In preparing the application, the Ernest Julian Plata, Microbiology required.
Hill Aud., 8:30 p.m. student should present a clear state- Thesis: "Induction of Leukemoid Dis
ment concering the nature of his re- ease in Mice by Mycoplasma Isolated Current Position Openings received
School of Music Degree Recital - search problems and the estimated j from Leukemic Patients," on Thurs , by General Division. call 764-7460 for
Glennis Stout, Flute: School of Music cost of the specific items of expen- I Feb., 29 at 2 p.m. in Room 1566 E. further information:
Recital Hall, 8:30 p.m. diture. The application should be ac- Medical Bldg. Chairman: William H. E Hutzel Hospital, Detroit, Mich. -
companied by a supporting letter from Murphy. Registered Physical Therapist for 373
Science Research Club Meeting - the Chairman of his doctoral com- gen. hospital, will organize a new de-
Frederick H. Epstein, Epidemiology, mittee. William Anthony Barry, Psychology,, partment.
Preventing Coronary Heart Disease," For information and proposal guidei Thesis: "Conflict in Marriage: A Study Edison Institute, Dearborn, Mich. -
of the Interactions of Newlywed Cou- Museum seeks writer, public relations
pies in Experimentally Induced Con- job, good speaker, skills in scripts, will
Wednesday & Thursday 4:10 P.M. flicts," on Thurs., Feb. 29 at 11 a.m. contact radio and TV and papers. Edit-
in Room 2033 Angell Hall, Co-Chair- ing skills with tapes and 16mm film
men: D. W. Goodrich and H. L. Raush. helpful. Also Asst. to travel and Con-
Department of Speech vention manager position open, man,
STUDENT LABORATORY THEATRE t travel for 1% mo. of year, Go with
exhibits around country, do mailing
presents scenes from lclists;supv. tourist info booth in sum-
GENERAL DIVISION mer and othre duties. Degrees preferred
TIME BAOPERAPlacement Interviews in General and some experience, 24-35 age range.
bUJOHNOPERA Division, make appts. before 4 p.m. Stone and Simons Advertising, Inc.
by JOHN LACY preceding interview. Call 764-7460, Detroit, Mich. - Adv. majors for
--Wandctrainee for creative writing in print
The Rand Corporation, Santa Mon- and radio-TV. Agency of 20 people,
SAUJNY THE SCOT lca, Calif. - Men and women. All day. man who will "wear many hats", and
BA/MA in Math for EDP soon attain stature as member of team.
by JOHN GAY U.S. Air Force, Ann Arbor, Michigan1
6 & 7 March, 1968 ADMISSION FREE -Men and women. All day. Any de- Summer Placement Service,
gree, any major for all varied positions 212 S.A.B., Lower Level.
for officers. March 7:

Anchorage, Alaska - All fields.
Mt. Prospect, Ill. - Elem. K-6, J.H.
(Continued on Page 8)
NOUNCEMENTS is available to offi-
cially recognized and registered student
organizations only. Forms are available
in room 1011 SAB.
UM Scottish Country Dance Society
meeting, Wed., 8:00-10:30 p.m., Womens
Athletic Bldg., Beginners welcome. In-
struction given.
* * *
Bach Club meeting, Wed., March 6, 8
p.m., Guild House, 802 Monroe, dis-
cussion of the Fugue. Bring your own
Bach records. For further information
call 769-2922.
* * *
Communication Sciences Lecture
Series, Dr. J. D. Cowan, Math, Biology,
Chicago: "Statistical Mechanics of
Neunal Networks", Tues., March 5,
4:10, Michigan Room, Michigan League.
* * *
Work for McCarthy, organizational
meeting to form a student group,
Tues., March 5, 7:30 p.m., Room 3D,


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