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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

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School of Music Degree Recital -
Jane Pilot, Oboe: School of Music Re-'
cital, 8:30 p.m.
:Events ?Monday
Symposium on Lubrication and Lub-
ricant Pheology - Registration, Am-
phiteater, Rackham Building, 8:00 a.m.
Neuropsychopharmacology Training
Program - Drugs, Brain and Behavior
Seminar-Dr. E. Koenig, Assistant Pro-
fessor of Physiology, School of Medi-
cine and Dentistry, State University
of New York, Buffalo, "The Axon as a
Heuristic Model for Studying Excitable
Membrane Protein Synthesis": M7412
Medical Science Building, 12:00 to
1:00 p.m.
Department of Engineering Mechan-
ies Seminar - Dr. Roger D. Low, As-
sociate Professor Engineering Mechan-
es, The University of Michigan, "An
Initial Value Problem for the Tor-
sional Motion of an Elastic Half
Space": 311 West Engineering Build-
ing, 4:00 p.m.
School of Public Health Lecture -
Joseph V. Terenzio, Hospital Commis-
'ORGANIZATION
NOTI CES
Phi Kappa Phi, initiation, Wed.,
March 20, 8:00 p.m., Rackham Lecture
Hall.
Annual Tri-Service 'Military Ball will
be held March 23, 9-12 p.m., Michigan
League Ballroom. All military person-
nel welcome.
University Lutheran Chapel, 1511
Washtenaw, March 17, 9:45 and 11:15
a.m.; Worship Services with Pastor
Kapfer speaking 'on "An Unclassified
Weapon," 11:15 a.m.; Bible Class dis-
cussion on St. John. 6:00 p.m.; Fel-
lowship supper followed by Gamma
Delta meeting at 6:45 with election of
officers.

sioner, City of New York, "Hospitals
and Health Care for the People of New
York City": Auditorium, School of
Public Health, 4:00 p.m.
Department of History Lecture -
Professor Edward H. Spicer, Depart-
ment of Anthropology, University of'
Arizona, "Political Incorporation and
Cultural Change in New Spain: A
Study in Spanish-Indian Relations":
2402 Mason Hall, 4:10 p.m.
Social Foundation Department and
Study Group on Education and Nation-
Building Lecture - Professor Robert
Stamp, History Department Univer-
sity of Western Ontario, "Education
and Nation Building in Canada: Some
Prospects for Research in Canadian
Educational History," Monday, March
18, 4009 University High School, 7:30
p.m.
Genaeral Aoui-e-

%x . day, March 18 at 2 p.m., in Room]
2417 Mason Hall, Chairman: R. D.]
Mann.
L LE TI N
Placement
GENERAL DIVISION
:.::::s:::::: ANNOUNCEMENTS: The Bureau con-
day, March 19, Professor Anna Mar- tinually gets requests for both exper-I
guerite McCann, Department of Art lenced and unexperienced personnel!
History and Archaeology, University of throughout the year, this week ends1
Missouri, on "Ships and Ports of An- the recruiting season for this spring
cient Italy," 4:10 p.m., Auditorium B, however. If you have not yet made
Angell Hall. definite employment plans come to the;
If you are scheduled to do your dir- Bureau and go through listings of;
ected teaching in the Fall Term, openings and company literature, dir-
would you please come to The Sec- ectories are available also. Please re-
ondary Directed Teaching Office, port all job offers, regardless of
Room 2292 University High School, no whether you accept them, to our of-
later than March 19 during office fice, this information is used by the
hours, 8:00-12:00 and 1:00-5:00 to ar- College Placement Council for statis-
range the assignment interview. If you1 tical purposes. If you are planning to
do not come in at the designated go job hunting, you may get cards of
time, it will be assumed you are drop- introduction from this office.

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ping out of the program. Manage your
class schedule in such a way that
priority is given to D301, Student
Teaching, over all other elections and
bear in mind that most student teach-
ing assignhents are in the morning.
Doctoral
Ti ,.. m as nr f Ran u'taC,

Sunday, March 17, 1968

THE UNIVERSITY OF MICHIGAN
SENATE ASSEMBLY AGENDA George Irving Solish, Human Gen-
Monday, March 18, 1968 3:15 p.m. etics, Thesis: "Selection in ABO Blood
1. Report on Classified Research at Group System. I. Blood Group Fre-
The University of Michigan. quencies of Infertile and Subfertile
2. Approval of the minutes of the Couples. II. Possible Role of ABO
meetings of November 13, 1967, Decem- Cervical Hemagglutinins. III. Occur-
ber 18, 1961, January 15, 1968, and rence and Titer of Isohemagglutinins
February 19, 1968. in Secretions of the Human Uterine
3. Announcements Cervix," on Monday, March 18 at 9
4. Composition of Civil Liberties a.m. in Room 302 S.P.R. Bldg, Chair-
Board (Proposal that the Civil Liber-- man: H. Gershowitz.
ties Board's membership be increased
from 10 to 16 members, including 10 Jeremy Morgan Hales, Chemical En-
faculty, 2 administrators, and 4 stu- gineering,' Thesis: "An Investigation
dents.) of the Reactions between Hydrogen
5. Policy respecting CIA activities on Sulfide and Ozone in a Laminar-Flow
Campus. Reactor," on Monday, March 18 at 2
6. Proposed Commission for Long p.m. in Room 3201 East Engineering,
Range Study of The University of Co-Chairmen: J. O. Wilkes and J. L.
Michigan (Study Commission) York.
Illustrated Lecture: Sponsored by
the Ann Arbor Society, Archaelogical Stanton Ethan Samenow, Psychology,
Institute of America and the De- Dissertation: "The College Dropout:
partment of Classical Studies - Tues- I A Study in Self-Definition," on Mon-

PLACEMENT INTERVIEWS at Gen-
eral Division, make appts. before 4:00
p.m. day preceding interview, call 764-
7460.
Monday, March 25
No interviews scheduled at General
Division.
Tuesday, March. 26
Boy Scouts of America, Ann Arbor,
Mich. - Men, All Day, any degree
any major for Assistant District Dir-
ectors and District Directors through-
out the U.S.
Wednesday, March 27
U.S. Navy, Detroit, Michigan - Men
and Women. All day. Any degree, any
major for Officer Training Programs.
U.S. Marines, Detroit, Michigan -
Men and Women. All day. Any degree,
any major for Officers Training Pro-
grams.
United Airlines, Pittsburgh, Pa. -
Women, all day. Any degree, any major
for stewardesses.
Thursday, March 28
U.S. Navy - See Wed, March 27
U.S. Marines - See Wed., March 27
United ,Air Lines - See Wed., March
27.
Friday, March 29, 1968
U.S. Navy-See Wed., March 27
U.S. Marines-See Wed., March 27
Saturday, March 30
Camp Fire Girls, Detroit, Mich. -
Women, Morning only. Any degree,
any major for National Staff Members,

Field Directors, District Directors. Atlanta, Ga. - Elem. - K-6, Span.,
NOTE - Interviews will be at the Art, Guid., Lib., Voc., Inst., P.E., Sp.
Michigan Union, appointments must Ed., Sec. - Hist., Econ., Sp. and
be made at the Bureau however. Hear., Voc., Inst., GPE, BPE, Biol,
Peace Corps Week-Information cen- Earth Se., Gen. Se., Phys., Sch.
ter at 3524 S.A.B., all students inter- Soc. Work, Guid., Ed. Research.
ested are invited to stop by and speak Oak Lawn, Ill. (no. 123) - Elem.-
with representatives between 9 a. m. K-6, J.H. - Math, Set., Eng., S.S.,
and 5 p.m. No appts. are necessary. Art, P.E.. Voc., Sp. Corr. Soc. Work.
The placement exam will be given, Lakewood Ohio - No fields listed.
questionairs must be filled out before St. Clair Shores, Mich. (Lakeview
the exam, these can be picked up dur- Schs.) - Elem. - K-6, Art, Voc., Lib.
ing the hours above. Speakers are P.E., Sec. - Guid., Eng., Fr., Read.,!
available to interested campus groups. Set., Math, H.E., Bus. Woods/Crafts,
Arrangements should be made by call- Soc. Work, Deaf and Hard of Hearing,
ing Miss Mildred Webber at 764-7460. Psych., Percept., Sp. Corr., Emot.
Ypsilanti, Mich.-See Wed., March
EDUCATIONAL DIVISION . 2t o ils
The following schools will interview 27th for fields.
at the Bureau during the week of Livermore, Calif., -No fields listed.
March 25: Evanston, Ill. (H.S. Dist) - Fields
Monday, March 25 not listed - Sec. only.
Howell, Mich. - Elem. - K-6,Sp. West Bend, Wise. -- Elem. - K-6,
Howell, Mic -- Eleth -c En6 Sp. Lib, Art, P.E., Mus., Sec. - Eng.,
Ed. Type A, Sec. - Math, Sci., Eng., Math, Set. Fr. Ger. I.A.
Journ., Bus., Ed., Art, Band. Friday March 29
Inkster, Mich. (Cherry Hill S.D.) - r Buchanan, Mich. - Elem. - K-6,
Elem - K-6, Art, Coc., Instr., P.E., BSec.- Eng., S.S., Fr., Biol., Che.
Lib., J.H. - Soc., Sci/Math, Eng/S.S., earborn gs. , Mc o, 7m -
GPE S. d.,Red p drr T S Dearborn Hgts., Mich. (No. 'T) -
GPE, Sp. Ed., Read., Sp. Corr., Type Elem. - Voc, K-6, Art, Type A, J.H.
A, Diag., HS. -. Art, Bus.Dr., IAE -Academic/GPE, H.E., L.A., Eng., Sci.,
Math Gen. Se., Biol., Chem., Eng, Math, '1, time Lib., Diag. H.S. - Eng.,
Sp. Journ., Ger. AH.E. Eng/Water Safety, Eng/Voc. Mus., Bus.,
Lansing, Mich. - All fields except Art.
S.S., B.P.E., Biol.9 At
MS.n Tme. ic. - E., - Kp E Midland, Mich. (Bollock Creek S.
Menmineich - lem - -6,D.)-Fed not listed.
Sp. Ther., H.S. - Guid., Voc., Sp. Ed. Saginaw, Mich. - Elem. - K-6, Sec.
St. Clair Shores, Mich (Lake Shore I.A., H.E., Lib., Math, Sci., S.S. Eng.,
P.S.) - Elem., - Lib., Art, Voc., Instr., For. Lang. Diag., Sp. Corr. Home-
P.E., Sec. - Math, Eng., S.S., Phys., bound Sp. Ed.
Biol., Gen. Si., I.A., Fr., Span., Ger., Skokie, Ill (Niles Twp. H.S.) -- Fields
H.E., Sch. Soc. Work., EMR, Sp. Corr, not listed.
Diag. Sea Cliff, N.Y. (N. Shore Schools.),
Bakersfield, Calif. - Elem - K-6, Elem. - K-6, GPE, H.S. - Math, Fr.,
J.H. Limited Vacancies, 7th and 8th Fr./Span., Eng. (Masters), J.H.-Span.
TueSday March 26 To make appointments contact Mrs.
-usaMrh2 Shear, 3200 S.A.B. 764-7459.
Birmingham, Mich.-Fields not list-
ed.
Flint, Mich-All fields. _
Madison Hghts., Mich. (Lamphere
Schs.) - Fields not listed,
Walled Lake, Mich. - Fields not
listed,
Wednesday, March 27
Ypsilanti, Mich. -- Elem, and Sec.
-All fields
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