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Sunday, March 10, 1968

THE MICHIGAN DAILY

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The Daily Official Bulletin Is an
official publication of the Univer-
sity of Michigan for which The
Michigan ily 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.
SUNDAY, MARCH 10
Day Calendar
School of Music Recital-Trombone
Students: School of Music Recital
Hall, 2:30 p.m.
Center for Programmed Learning for
Business-"Worshop for Programmers"
Michigan Union, 6:00 to 8:00 p.m.
Cinema Guild-"Sixth Ann Arbor
Film Festival": Architecture Auditor-
ium, 7:00 and 9:05 p.m.
School of Music Degree Recital -
Sara Lee Tajer, Flute: School of
Music Recital Hall, 8:30 p.m.
Events Monday
Monday, March 11
Centered for Programmed Learning
for Business-"Worshop for Program-
ers": Michigan Union, 8:30 a.m. to
5:00 p.m.-
Department of Zoology Lecture -
Dr. Ingrid Waldron, Physiological Lab-
oratory, Cambridge University, Eng-
land, "Neural Control of Locus
Flight": 1139 Natural Science Building,
10:00 a.m.
Inauguration of Robben W. Fleming
will be held on Monday, March 11,
1968, in Hill Auditorium at 3:00 p.m.
The Vice President for Academic Af-
fairs has urged deans and faculty to
co-operate in permitting student par-
ticipation, by dismissing classes, with
the exception of clinics, labs, and
other meetings not readily rescheduled,
after 12:00 noon. Tickets are available
on a first compe, first served basis,
at first floor the information desk
of the Administration Bldg., upon
presentation of an identification card.
Tickets are limited to two per person.
Department of Architecture, City
Planning Program - Nathan Grund-
stein, Director, Graduate Program in
Public Management Science, Western
Reserve University, "New Patterns for
Relationships Between Urban Plan-
ning and Urban Management": Aud-
itorium B, Angell Hall, 4:00 p.m.
Professional Theatre Program - Ush-
er sign up for all performances of "A
Midsummer Night's Dream" to be pre-
sented April 1-6, by the Stratford Na-
tional Theatre of Canada) will begin
March 11, Monday at professional
0 Theatre Program offices in the Men-
delssohn Theatre.
General Noticees
Center for Near Eastern and North
African Studies Lecture-David Ayalon,
Professor of the History of Islamic
Peoples, Hebrew University, Jerusa-
lem, "The Mamluk Military and the
City," Tuesday, March 12, 35 Angell
Hall, 4:10 p.m.
The Michigan Chapter of the Society
of the Sigma XI announces the DIN-
NER FOR INITIATES, Ball Room,
Michigan League, Wed., March 13, 6;30
p.m. The dinner will be followed by a
Sigma Xi Lecture, "Innovation and De-
cision Making," to be delivered by Dr.

Norman R. F. Maler, Professor of Psy-
chology, UM Dept. of Psych., 8:00 p.m.,
OPEN TO THE PUBLIC. Non-banquet-
ers are invited. Registration deadline
March 8.
Linguistics Club presents Professor
Joshua A. Fishman of Yeshiva Uni-
versity who will speak on "Bilingualism
in Sociolinguistic Perspective," Audi-
torium C, Angell Hall, on Wednesday,
March 13, 1968, 8:00 p.m.
Latin American Program of Folklore
-Songs and Music, faculty and stu-
dents playing and singing together
(guitar, percussion, ensemble, piano
duet). Wednesday, March 13, School of
Music Recital Hall, 8:30 p.m.
The Summer Program of Graduate
Student Research Grant is now open
for competition.
In preparing the application, the stu-
dent should present a clear statement
concerning the nature of his research
problems and the estimated cost of the
specific items of expenditure. The ap-
plication should be accompanied by a
supporting letter from the Chairman
of his doctoral committee.
For information and proposal guide-
lines, please contact Mr. Toombs or
Mrs. Anderson at Room 1014 Rackham.
THE DEADLINE IS MARCH 29.
Careers for Crisis - An Ecumenical
Conference on Contemporary Ministry
for Students from 35 Midwestern State
Colleges and Universities-April 19-21
at the Circle Campus, University of
Ill., Chicago. For students interested
in the challenge of the ministry today.
Sponsored by National Council of
Churches and eleven Chicago area the-
ological schools. For further informa-
tion contact Mr. Lloyd Putnam, Office
of Religious Affairs, 2282 SAB, 764-
7442.
The Martha Cook Building will be
open for the Spring Half-Term (April
29-June 21). Any University woman
may apply. Please telephone 769-3290
for information.
Placement
GENERAL DIVISION
ANNOUNCEMENT
FSEE applications for next exam are
due Wed., March 13. Test on April 10.
Placement Interviews in General Divi-
sion, appts. may be made before 4:00
day preceding visit, call 764-7460 for
appts.
MONDAY, MARCH 18, 1968
Holt, Rinehart and Winston, New
York City.-Men. All day. Any degree
in any discipline for College Repre-
sentatives, inside and territorial pro-
motion of books and eliciting manu-
scripts from those professors called on,
not taking of orders. Editorial positions
also.

TUESDAY, MARCH 19, 1968
Department of Commerce, Domestic
and International Business, Wash. D.C.
-Men and women. All day. BA/MA/PhD
in Econ. and business curriculums for
Foreign Trade, Mgmt. Trng., Mktg.
Res., Publ. Admin., and Stat. (Will
take appts. for summer positions after
permanent applicants have signed up).
IBM World Trade Corporation, New
York City. Men and women. All day.
Only citizens of the listed countries
(no U.S.A. Citizens): Austrilia, Aus-
tria, Belgium, Bahamas, Denmark, Fin-
land, France, Germany, Iran, Italy, Ja-
maica, J apan Near East Countries,
Netherlands, Portugal, South Africa,
Switzerland, Trinidad, Turkey, United
Kingdom, and Venezuela. All degree
levels in Econ., Math., Physics, Chem.,
Engr., Business Admin. for EDP, Sales
(inside), Data Processing Mktg. Rep.
and Systems Engineers.
Metropolitan Life Insurance Co., Ann
Arbor,-Men. All day. BA econ and
psych for Mgmt Trng. and Territorial
Sales.
Defense Supply Agency, Detroit, Mich.
Men and women. Afternoon only BA
Econ., Educ., Engl., For. Languages,
Gen. Lib. Arts, Hist., Journ., Saw, Poli.
Sci. and Bus. Admin. for trainees in
Industrial Security work, contacting
mgmt. of industry for periodic inspec-
tion of security protection of defense
information.
WEDNESDAY, MARCH 20, 1968
Sears, Roebuck and Company, Chica-
go, Ill.-Men and women, all day. BA
Econ., Engl., Gen. Lib. Arts, Math,
Chem., Geol., and other degrees in oth-
er majors for EDP, MGMT. Trng.,
Merchandising, EDP work i sin Chicago,
other positions in 12 midwestern states.
Specify which sort of position you wish
to interview for.
THURSDAY, MARCH 21, 1968
Special Services Section, Dept. of the
Army, Wash. D.C., locations in Europe,
Korea, and Vietnam. Men and women.
All day. Degrees in recreation, music,
art, dramatics, social sciences, crafts,
art education, fine arts, industrial arts,
theatre arts, physical education for
Recreation Specialists and library po-
sitions.
Art Associates, Cambridge, Mass.-
Men and Women. All day. All degree
levels in Econ., Soc., Applied Math,
Psych., Urban Studies, Environmental
Studies for Economic Development An-
alyst, Social Systems Analyst, Opera-
tions Analyst, and Curriculum Devel-
opment.
FRIDAY, MARCH 22, 1968
Army Special Services, see Thursday,
March 21 listing above for further in-
formation.
Michigan Civil Service Commission,
Lansing, Mich.-Men and women, all
day. All degree levels in all fields for
banking, bioolgy, botany, zoology, car-
tography, EDP, Insurance, Library,
Mgmt. Trng., Mktg. Res., Merchan-
dising, Personnel, Production, Publ.
Admin., Publ. Relations, Purchasing,!

Recreations, Secretarial, Social Wk.,
Stat, Gen. and Technical Writing.
SUMMER PLACEMENT SERVICE,
212 S.A.B., Lower Level
INTERVIEW MARCH 13, 1968
Camp Takona, and Camp Ai-Gon-
Quin, Girls and Ann Arbor YM-YWCA
camps-10-5. Resident Camp Director,
26 or over, Program director, 25 or
over, instructors in campcraft, tennis,
canoeing, riding, riflery, waterfront
and nurse positions. Also interviewing
on March 20.
EDUCATION DIVISION
The following schools will interview
at the bureau during the week of
March 18th:
MONDAY, MARCH 18
Livonia, Mich.-Fields not listed.
Rochester, Mich.-Fields not listed.
St. Clair, Mich. (E. China P.S.) -
Elem.-art, GPE, Lib., Diag., Type A,
Sp. Corr.
Richmond, Calif.-Elem.,-Math, Mus
-Inst. & Voc., Biol., Phys., Sp. Ed.
Fairfield, Conn.-Elem.-Read, Span.,
Fr., Lib., Sp/Hear, Art, Voc., Inst.,
Psych-Exam. GPE, BPE, J.H. - Eng.,
S.S., Sci., Math, Psych. Exam., H.S.-
Eng., Fr., Span., Math, Art.
TUESDAY, MARCH 19
HOWELL, Mich. (Livingston County
Schs.) - Sch. Diag/Psych., Type C
Couns., Type C Couns Elem., Rem.
Read., Phys. Hdcp. Sp. Ther., Soc. W.,
Type A.
LINCOLN PARK, March. - Elem. -
Voc., J.H. - GPE, Math, Sci., H.S. -
Couns., Lib., Math, Bus., Sci., Psych.
WAYNE, Mich. - Elem. - P.E., Art,
Voc., H.S. - Eng., Bus., Math, Couns.,
Voc., Instr., Sci., Lib., I.A., Home &
Fam. Liv. Sp. Ed.
RICHMOND, Calif. - See fields list-
ed on Monday March 18.
MIAMI, Fla. (Dade County) - All
PRINCETON, N.J. - Elem., J.H.-
Elem. & Sec. fields.
S.S., Sci., Math, P.E., H.S. - Math,
Biol., Physics, S.S., Sch. Psych., LDS.
TOLEDO, Ohio - Elem., J.H. - S.
S., Eng., Art, Reading, Math, Sci.,
P.E., Mus., H.S. - S.S., I.A., Math,
Eng., Sci., Bus. Ed., P.E., Art, Mus,
Latin, Fr., Ger., Sino-Sov. Chinese,
Health, H.E., Cosemetology, Vis. Im-
paired, Lang. Disab., Neuro Handi.,
Capic., Dist. Ed., Journ., Lib., Sp.
Ther., Rem. Read., Speech, Voc. Elec-
tronics, Dirver Ed., Metal, Auto Mech.
KENOSHA, Wisc. - All fields.
WEDNESDAY, MARCH 20
BERKLEY, Mich. - Fields not list-
ed.

JACKSON, Mich. - Elem. K-6, Art,
Voc., Strings., Lib., P.E., Rem. Read.,
Sec. 0 Lib., Sci., For. Lang., Sp. Ed.,
Math, Type Couns., Dr. Tr.
PONTIAC, Mich. (Waterford Twp.
Schs.) - Elem. - All, J.H. - Art, Eng.,
Bus., Math/Sci., Sp/Fren., I.A., GPE,
Sp. Corr., Sch. Psych., M.R., H.S. -
Art, H.E., Math, Sp/Jour., Phys., For.
Lang., Eng. Sch. Soc. W.
WEDNESDAY, MA
DAVIS & LOS BANNOS, Calif. -
Elem., Sp. Ed., Voc., Dist., Lib., Span.,
Math, Eng., GPE, J.H. Eng., Math/
Sci. S.S., H.S. - Biol., Art, Math, Fr.,
Span. GPE.
TURLOCK, Calif. - Elem. K-6, Lib.,
Mus.,,Sp. Ed., J.H. - Math, Read,
G.P.E., Eng., S.S., Fr., Span., Gen. Sci.,
EMR, Em. Dist., Slow Learn, H.S. -
Eng, S.S., Art, Math, Phys. Sci., H.E.,
I.A., Fr., Couns.
DAYTONA BEACH, Fla. - Elem.,
Sec. - Biol., Chem., Phys., Math, S.S,
Fr., Span., Ger., P.E.
THURSDAY, MARCH 21
BATTLE CREEK, Mich. - Fields not
listed.
BLOOMFIELD HILLS, Mich. - Fields
not listed.
MT. CLEMENS, Mich. (L'Anse Creuse
Schs.) - Elem., Sp. Ther., V.T., I. A.,
Comm., Math, H.E., Art., Sp, Ed.
WARREN WOODS, Mich - Elem.
K-6. Inst., Voc., Art., H.S. - S.S., Eng.,
Math Sci., Bus., I.A., J.H. S.S./Eng.,
Math/Sci.
WYANDOTTE, Mich, - Fields not
listed.
SACRAMENTO, Calif. - All fields
elem., & Sec.
EUCLID, Ohio, All fields.
FRIDAY, MARCH 22
E. DETROIT, Mich. - Fields not list-
ed.
UPPER MARLBORO, Md. (Prince
Geo. County) - Fields not listed
YORKTOWN HGTS., N.Y. - Sp. Ed.
only.
CLEVELAND, Ohio (Cuyahoga Coun-
ty Schs.) - Fields not listed.
CLEVELAND, Ohio (Orange Sch.
Dist. - Fields not listed.
To make appointments cont Mrs.
Shear 3200 S.A.B. 764-7459.
SC
The approval of the following stu-
dent sponsored events becomes effect-
ive 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 Building.
Army, Navy, Air Force ROTC - An-
nual Tri-Service Military Ball-March
23, 1968 - 9-12 p.m. - Michigan
League.
Summary of action taken by Stu-
dent Government Council at its meet-
ing March 7, 1968.
Approved: Seating of Ellen Heyboer
as president of Panhellenic Assoc-
iation.
Approved: Seating of Daniel Mc-
Creath as president of University Ac-
Approved: That Panhellenic, Inter-
house Assembly and Interfraternity
Council be allowed to repaint their
tivities Center.
offices.
Approved: That SGC recognize Na-
tional Negro History Week Committee
as a student organization.
Approved: That SGC recognize U.
of M. Conservative Union as a student
organization.
Approved: That SGC recognize Stu-
dents for McCarthy as a studentt
community organization.
Approved: That SGC recognize the
Seldon Society as a student organ-
ization.
Approved: To appoint Donald Tucker
stitutional Convention and to author-
ize him to set the date for the Con-
vention (provided that date be not
cation of the election results, to ob-
more than ten days after the certifi-
tain a room, to notify all delegates
and other interested results, to ob-
tain a room, to notify all delegates and
other interested persons of the time
and place at which the Convention
until it elects a permanent chairman.
Approved: To remove SHA subcom-
mittee on the legal service from SHA
and put the legal service under a full
director of the legal service, appoint-
ed by the Administrative Vice Presi-
dent with the consent of Council for
a term of one year beginning in March
or September.
Approved: Since wanton disregard of
city and state ouilding regulations by
certain owners and managers of a-

partment buildings in Ann Arbor is established to protect the rights and
a matter of public concern, and more privileges of all organizations. At no
important, since there has been an ion interfere with the orderly and re-
apparent reluctance or inability of time should any person or organizat-
appropriate city officials to enforce sponsible discharge of another's free-
these ordinances and statutes; and dom. At the same time, no group shall
Since it is the apartment tenants be allowed to interfere with the oni-
who must suffer the inconveniences going educational and operational pro-
resulting from these code violations grams of the Univesrity. Inherent in
and since students comprise the bl' this privilege is the responsibility for
of Ann Arbor's apartment tenants, the self-adherence to these rules, as
MOVE: That SGC address the SC w ell as their enforcement in the
MOE htSCadesteSCFishbowl, Diag and WVorkshop areas.
attorneys or other lawyers to investi- Fisbowi an s
gate the possibility of instituting legal . Fishbo l Reg ations
proceedings, in the form of a man- A. General
damus action, against the city Build- 1. Use of the fishbowl is limited lo
ing Inspector. the two student organization tables
MOVE: That SGC appropriate funds and four display cases. (No wall pos-
is such action is forthcoming and ters)

encourage other student and private
groups to contribute.
Approved: Joint Judiciary Council
Constitution (attached)
Approved: Rules Covering the Use of
the Fishbowl, Diag and Workshop (at-
tached)
To be continued tomorrow.
RULES COVERING THE USE OF THE
FISHBOWL, DIAG., and WORKSHOP
Introduction: The privilege of using
University facilities has been granted
to recognize student organizations. In
order to insure the orderly use of these
facilities, certain rules have been

2. Non-student organizations using
the fishbowl are subject to SOC stu-
dent organization rules for the area.
If SOC rules are violated non-student
organizations are subject to the same
disciplinary actions as are Student
Organizations.
3. Sound equipment may not he
used.
4. Student or student organizations
campaigning prior to SGC elections
may not use the fishbowl or any Al-
pha Phi Omega facility except the
diag.
(Continued on Page 61

SECOND WARD REGISTERED VOTERS!
MEET
ANN ARBOR CITY COUNCILMAN
JIM RIECKER
ot
BIMBO'S
Tuesday Night, March 12, 7:30-9:00
FREE BEER

Um

Mark the Date Today !
FRIDAY, March 15 at 7:15 P.M.

All Deli Housenicks
are invited to a
GALA PURIM CARNIVAL
LUNCH, DINNER, SNACKS
ALL DAY-Sunday, March 10
1429 Hill Street

Literary School Steering Committee
announces -
Petitioning for Membership
Pick up forms in 1220 Angell Hall
Must be in by March 20th

NAOMI FRANKLIN
A Negro Who Has Been A Jew All Her Life
Will Lecture On
"A JEWISH NEGRO LOOKS AT
NEGRO-JEWISH RELATIONS"
Distinguished Faculty-Student Reactor Panel,
Discussion Groups and General Session
follows Special Sabbath Service

1429 Hill Street

All Welcome

663-4129

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THINKING ALOUD .. .
7:30 TOMORROW NIGHT, THE UNION BALLROOM
THINKING: THE SGC PRESIDENTIAL CANDIDATES

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