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The Daily Official Bulletin is an.
official publication of the Univer-
sity of Michigan for which The
Michigan iaily assumes no editor-
ial responsibility. Notices should be
sent in TYPEWRITTEN form to
Room 3564 Administration Bldg. be-
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Notices may be published a maxi-
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Calendar items appear once only,
Student organization notices are not
accepted for publication. For more
information call 764-9270.
Day."al endar

Dr. Karel Slama, Laboratory of Insect
Physiology, Czechoslovak Academy of
Science, Prague, "Natural and Syn-l
thetic Substances with Insect Hor-
morne Activity": 1139 Natural Sciencea
Building, 4:10 p.m.
Professional Theatre Program - The1
Roar of the Greasepaint, the Smell
of the Crowd: Hill Auditorium, 8:30
School of Music Honors Assembly -
Robben W. Fleming, President, The
University of Michigan: Rackham Lec-
ture Hall, 8:30 p.m.

rageous another tuition increase, and:
finds the actions of the state legis-I
lature unfortunate (budget cuts),
MOVE: That SGC fully (morally and'
physically) support the executive
council and the ad hoc committee in
their efforts to win acceptance of7
Governor Romney's budgetary recom-
Approved: The Council approved the]
following open letter to the Board
of Regents:
Several times in the past we havek
sought to arrange a meeting with the
Regents to discuss areas of mutual
concern. In the past these have not
come to fruition but once again we

School of Music-Sigma Alpha Iota
Musicale: School of Music Recital Hall
2:30 p.m.
Honors Council Lecture - William
Rusher, Publisher of National Review,
"The Disillusioned Society and Visions
of Utopia": Aud. A, Angell Hall, 4:30
School of Music Degree-Thomas
Schudel, Basson: School of Music
Recital Hall, 4:30 p.m.,
Cinema Guild - Jean Renoir's "Bou-
du Saved from Drowning", Arch. Aud.
7:00 and 9:05 p m.
School of Music Opera - Smetana's
"The Bartered Bride" - Josef Blatt,
Conductor, Lydia Mendelssohn Theater,
$:00 p.m.
School of Music Degree Recital -
Barbara Adams, Viola: School of
Music Recital Hall, 8:30 p.m.
School of Music Degree Recital -I
Marlene Brewbaker, Organ: Hill Aud-
itorium, 8:30 p.m.
Events 3Monday
Center for Programmed Learning
for Business Seminar-"ManagementI
of Behavior Change": Michigan Union
8:30 a.m. to 5:00 p.m.
School of Natural Resources Annual
Spring Honors Convocation - Allan
F. Smith, Vice-President for Aca-
demic Affairs, The University of Mich-
igan: Amphitheater, Rackham Build-
ing, 10:30 a.m.
Department of Engineering Mechan-
ics Seminar - Dr. William P. Grabel,
Professor of Engineering Mechanics,
The University of Michigan, "Non-
Steady Disturbances in Couette Flow":
311 West Engineering Building, 4:00
Department of Zoology Lecture -

seek an opportunity for Student Gov-I
Summary of action taken by Stu- ent Council to participate in an
dent Government Council at its meet- open public forum with the entire
ing March 21, 1968. Board of Regents.
Appointed: Bruce Levine as Admin- We recognize the many time com-°
istrative Vice President of Student mitments the Regents have and are;
Government Council. therefore agreeable to any time and;
Appointed: Dennis Webster as Trea- any place. We would like an open;
surer of Student Government Coun- agenda with any topic being allowed
cil. free access to the discussion.
Appointed: Mark Schreiber Chair-
mnof Student Housing Association.- The ptsblt of future conflicts vey
man g . tween the Regents and SGC are very
Approved: WHEREAS eight students real and seem to us to make it im-
of the University of Michigan have perative that free and open lines of
brought a mandamus action against communication be established.
the Clerk of the City of Ann Arbor, We hope this meeting will become
in order to force their registration as a reality as soon as the fundamentals
Ann Arbor voters, can be arranged.
WHEREAS the members of Student E. O. Knowles
Government Council believe that stu-n h f t
dents who consider Ann Arbor to be On behalf of Student
their home should be permitted to cc reien Robbe n i
vote in Ann Arbor, cc: President Robben Fleming
WHEREAS SGC has actively en- Herbert W. Hildebrandt,
couraged and promoted student voter Assistant to the President
registration during the past two years, Approved: MOVE: That, to avoid any,
confusion caused by a recent state-o
WHEREAS student voting and repre- ment of the Board of Regents, Council
sentation of student views on the hereby reaffirms 1) that all University
Ann Arbor City Council is directly regulations governing student use of
related to efforts to obtain housing, automobiles on the streets of Ann
parking, transportation, and price re- Arbor have been abolished and are
forms, no longer being enforced; and 2) that
MOVE: That SGC allocate $50 to under no foreseeable circumstances.
help defray the costs of prosecution will Council permit reinstitution of
of the student voter registration suit such regulations, 3) while we would
against the Ann Arbor City Clerk, be more than willing to serve on a!
AND that SGC strongly endorses and commission designed to ease the traf-
supports the efforts of the eight stu- fic problem in Ann Arbor, we refuse
dents who are attempting to secure to have anything to do with a com-
their right to vote in the City of Ann mission operating o nthe premise thatj
Arbor. students do' not have all the rights
Approved: That SGC allocate $20 enjoyed by other citizens. And we
each for up to four candidates to at- urge the rest of the University com-
tend an intercollegiate conference munity to obstruct the operation of
sponsored by Student Forum on In- this proposed commission.
ternational Order and World Peace. (Continued Tuesday)
The conference will be on "The Role
of Students in International Affairs
Curriculum Development," and will
be held at the University of Chicago D ctoral
on the weekend of March 29, 1968.
Approved: WHERAS, the possibility Exam inations
of another tuition incerase exists this
year - a yearly tradition - which Val-Kee Li, Chemistry Dissertation:
will cause serious financial hardships "I. Magnetic Interactions for Configur-
upon many of the students of the ation d5, II, Weak Cubic Field Mat-
University of Michigan, rices for Configurations d4, d5, and
WHEREAS, we feel that student d4s," on Monday, March 25 at 8 a.m.,
pressure can have a great effect on in Room 1245 Chemistry Building,;
some legislators in Lansing, Chairman S. M. Blinder.
THEREFORE, resolved that the Stu- Lisa Beth Golombek, History of Art,i
dent Government Council finds out-, Thesis: "The Timurid Schrine at Ga-j

zur Gah: An Iconographical Inter-
pretation of Architecture," on Monday,
March 25 at 11:15 a.m. in Room 205
Tappan Chairman: Oleg Grabor.
Allan Humphrey Pasco, Romance
Languages and Literatures: French,
Dissertation: "Proust's Color Vision. A
Study of the Use of Color As a Liter-
ary Devie in A la Recherche du Temps
Perdu," on Monday, March 25 at 1:30
p.m. in Alcove No. 2, 4th floor, Rack-
ham, Chairman: R. J. Niess.
Rosemary Leonard Cummins De-
Loach, Education, Thesis: "A Study of
Fine Motions by Learners of Touch
Typewritting at Three Levels of Phy-
sical Development," on Monday, March
25 at 2 p.m. in West Council Room,
Rackham, Co-Chairmen: F. W. Lan-
ham and J. M. Trytten.
Philip Alan Mann, Psychology, Dis-
sertation: "Emotional Comparison and
Friendships: The Role of Anxiety and
Defensive Style," on Monday, March
25 at 2 p.m, in Room 2417 Mason Hall,
Chairman: R. D. Mann.
Placemen t
3200 SAB
Peace Corps Weep Apr, 1-5-Informat-
ion center at 3524 SAB, all students in-
terested are invited to stop and speak
with representatives between 9 a.m.
and 5 p.m. No appts. are necessary.
The placement exam will oe given,
questionnaires must be filled out before
the exam, these can be picked up dur-
ing the hours above. Speakers are
available to interested campus groups.
Arrangements should be made by call-
ing Miss Mildred Webber at 764-7460.

Friday, March 29f
U.S. Navy - See Wed., March 27 1
U.S. Marines-See Wed., March 27
Saturday, March 30
Camp Fire Girls, Detroit Mich. -7
Women, Morning only. Any degree, any
major for National Staff Members,i
Field Directors, District Directors.I
NOTE - Interviews will be at the4
Michigan Union, appointments mustI
be made at the Bureau however,.
212 S.A.B., Lower Level
Announcements of Summer Oppor-I
tunities, come to S.P.S. for applica-
tions and further information:
AVCO Broadcasting Corporation, Cin- -
cinnati, Ohio - Opening for televisionc
broadcasting technician, between May1
1 and June 15 this will be available,
for three to seven month appointment.
Radio Station WAMM Flint, Mich.--F
Summer relief engineer, 1st class Ra-
dio Telephone License required.-
Applications for Yosemite National
Park and Curry Company have arrived.
City of Flint-Police Intern Summer;
Program, male and female, must bes
21 and have taken Summer Civil Serv.
plication for
Goldblatt's, Chicago, Ill. - Applica-
tion for College Board is now open,
good salary.a
Northville Swim Club, Northville
Mich. - Man over 21 to manage swim;
club. Salary open.-
Queen Quality Laundry Company,
Detroit, Mich. - Opening May 1 forI
man 21 or ovbr, relief route truck
driver, work on salary and commis-1
sion, excellent pay.-
The following schools will interview
at the Bureau the week of April 1: t
Adrian, Michigan - All fields. I

6, Sec. - Eng., Math, Set., Sp. Ed. - Sec. - Chem., Physics.
M.H. Richmond, Mich. -- All Elem., J.H.
Oscoda, Mich. - All fields. Math, Eng. Set., H.S. - Math, Drama,
Southgate, Mich. Heintzen P. S. - Eng., Art., I.A.
Fields not listed. Rockfor, Mich. - All Elem., J.H. -
Traverse City, Mich. - Elem. - K-6, Math, Eng., Set., H.S. - Math, Drama,
Art, P.E., J.H. - For. Lang., Guid., Eng., Art., I.A.
Math, S.S., Eng., I.A., Sci., H.S. - Eng., Rockford, Michigan - Elem., Sec.
Soc. Sci., S.S., Guid., Math, Set. I.A. S.S., Eng., H.E., Math, Draft., Set.
For. Lang. Sp. Ther., Voc., Rem, Read., Draft.
E.M. Dist., Fr., Span., Hist., Agric. Romulus, Mich. - Elem. K-6. J.H.
San Jose, Calif., Elem. - K-6, Read., GPE, Math, Sci., Emot., EMR, Sp.
Sec. - GPE, I.A., Eng/Read, Swim/ Ther., S.H. - Eng., End. Arts., P.E.
Wrest. Flossmoor, 1l. (Homewood-Floss-
Pelham, N.Y. - Sec. - Eng., Math, moor H.S.) - Sec. Eng/Newspaper,
S.S., Lib., H.E., Biol., Gen. Sci., Ital., Journ., S.S., Fr., Latin, Math, Span.,
Span., Fr., Elem. - K-6, Read/Lib. Set., I.A., Bus. Ed., H.E.
Centerville, Ohio (Washington Twp. Brooklyn, Ohio - Elem. K-6, Sec.-
Sch.) - Elem. - K-6, Art, P.E., J.H. - Eng/Drama, Bus., Ed., Sch. Psych.,
For. Lang. Guid., Math, S.S., Eng., Set., Sci., S.S., Math, Inst. Mus., Vov. Mus.,
I.A., H.S. - Eng., Soc. Sci., S.S., Guid., I.A., Fr., Lib.
Math, Sci., I.A., For., Lang., Sp. Ther. Mt. Vernon, Ohio - H.S. Couns.
Tuesday April 2 Thursday, April 4
Adrian, Mich. (Madison Schs.) -- Hazel Park, Mich. - Elem., Lib.,
Elem. - 3rd., Sec. - St., Shop, Hist., Art., P.E., P.E., V. Mus., Sp, Ed., Sci/
Type A, Rear, Art, Mus. Math, Voc. Ed.
Lake Orion, Mich. - Elem. - K-6, Lansing, Mich. (Cath. Parochia Sch)
Art, R. Read., Sp., . Corr., Soc. W., - Elem. - K-6, H.S. - Math, Sci., Eng.,
Type A, Percept., Diag,, J.H. - H.E., Speech, For. Lang., Guid., Art, Mus.,I
Art, Math, Eng., Read., H.S. - Inst., H.E., Bups., Drafting.
BPE, L.A., Type A., Football coach. Marshall, Mich. - No fields listed.
Muskegon Hghts., Mich. - All Elem. South Haven, Mich. - Elem., M.H.,
& Sec. fields. GPE 'Swim, Eng~ Art. H.E.
Ochard Lake, Mich. (W. Bloomfield Warren, Mich. (Consolidated) - No
Schs.) - No fields listed. fields listed.
Rudyard, Mich. - Elem., R. Read., Roselle, Ill. (Lake Park H.S.) - H.S.
M.R., Sp. Corr., Soc. W., Psychologist, only, Lib., Eng., Span., Fr., Phys. Set.,
Fr., Gen. Set., Electronics, Auto, Mach. Biol., Amer. Hist., World Hist., Math,
Shop. Art Couns-MA, BPE, GPE, Coop, OfficeI
Los Angeles, Calif. - No fields listed. Cord.
Oak Lawn, Ill. (S. Stickney, S.D. No. Old Bridge, New Jersey (Madison Twp:
111) - Elem. - K-6. J.H. - All fields P.S.) - No fields listed.
plus Lib., Sp. Corr., Art..
Scotia, N.Y. - All fields. Rochester, N.Y. - Elem., Sec-Math,
Ashland, Ohio, Elem. - K-6. Art, Sci., Sp. Ed., GPE, uid., Read, Eng.,
Sr. H. - Art, Math, Dr. Ed., Chem., I Psych.
Guid., Eng/Sci., I.A., Fr., BPE, Eng.
Football/Track. -
Wednesday, April 3
Anchor Bay, Mich. - Elem. K-6,
Sp. Ed., P.E., J.H. - Gen. Sdi., Math, PETITION TC

Sunday, March 24, 1968
Strongsville, Ohio - Elem. K-6, Sec.
Bus., Eng., GPE, IA.. Span.. Fr., Math,
Voc.. Inst., Gen. Sci., Biol, Chem.,
Sp. Ed.
Janesville, Wisconsin - Elem, K-6,
J.H. Self Cont., Sec. - Eng., Journ.,
Math, Gen. Sci. Chem., Phys., Biol,
Earth Sol., Fr.. Span.. Ger., P.E.. Read
I.A., Sp. Ed., Vocal, Inst., H.E. Coaches,
Lib., Inst.. Sch. Psych.
Friday. April 5
Bellaire, Mich. - 1.5, only, Eng.'
Span.. Band. S. Hand Typing.
Homer, Mich. - H.S, - Math'Sc.,
Bus., Eng., Elem.
Lansing, Mich. (Waverly) - Dir. of
Elem. Ed., Elem. - Guid, K-6, Voc/'A
Strings. Lib., Sp. Ed., JH. - Set.,
Couns., Lib., Art, l.A., Bus Type, Sp.
Ed,. Gen, Mus Strings. Span Fr., GPE,
Sci. I.A.. Math, Eng S.S. S.H. - I.A.,
Physics Chem, GPE, Eng., Bus., Ed.,
Speech Drama
Madison Hghts., Mich. Elem. - K-6,
Mus.. Type A, Lib., J.H. - Math. Couns..
Set.. Eng.. H.S. - Eng., I.A. Electron-
ics BPE, GPE.
Mt. Morris. Mich. Elem. 1-5, JH -
Sci..Math, Lib.. H S. - Eng Journ.,
Bus., Math Eng., S.S. Eng., Span.
River Rouge, Mich. - All Elem. &
Elem. & Sec.
Romeo, Mich. - No fields listed.
Maywood, Ill. (Proviso East H.S.) -
Eng., Ger. Fr., Span., Math., Gen. Sic..
Bps., .A., Dr. Ed., GPE Sp. Corr.,
EMH., Lib., Guid.
Oneida, N.Y. - All Elem. & Sec,
fields plus Sp. Corr., Read.
* Milwaukee, Wisc. - Elem, K-6, J.H.
Eng S.S.. - Bus., I.A., Eng., Math,
Phys. Set.. Sp. Ed.
To make appointments contact Mrs.
Shear 3200 S.A.B. 764-7459,

PLACEMENT INTERVIEWS at Gen- Flint, Michigan (Atherton Comm.
eral Division, call or stop in to make Schs.) - Elem. - K-6, Band, Voc., J.'
appts. before 4 p.m. day preceding H. - Eng., S.S., Math, Sci., Type A,
interview, 764-7460. , Coach, Sr. H. - Span, Coach, Bus.,

Monday, March 25 Math, Phys/Chem., S.S. Dearborn Hghts, Mich. Na. 8 -Elem
No interviews scheduled at General Highland Park, Mich. - Elem. - K- 'ODerornlgs,, i Nd.
Division. 6, Art, Voc., P.E., J.H. - All Academic Eaton Rids, i - .
Tuesday, March 26 Subjects, Art. Voc., Inst., P.E., I.A., listed.
Boy Scouts of America, Ann Arbor, H.E. Sec. - Math, Sci., Eng., GPE, to .
Mich. - Men, All Day, any degree I.A. Fenton, Mich. (Lake Fenton Schs.)-
any major for Assistant District Dir- Memphis, Mich. - Elem. - K-6, H.S. Elem. K-6, Sec. - Math, Eng., Sci.,
ectors and District Directors through- Band, H.E., Hist/Govt., Math/Sci. Woman Couns., Vov., H.E., I.A., Emot.
out the U.S. Monroe, Mich. - Elem. - Voc., K- MASON, Mich. -- Elem. K-6, Sp. Ed.,
Wednesday, March 27__-____ _-----_______________ _ -
U.S. Navy, Detroit, Michigan - Men(G
and Women. All day. Any degree, any C
major for Officers Training Programs
U.S. Marines, Detroit, Michigan - 0 U
Men and Women. All day. Any degree,
any major for Officers Training Pro-
United Airlines, Pittsburgh, Pa. Z n o a ao
Women, all day. Any degree, any major ?
for stewardesses.
Thursday, March 28
U.S. Navy - See Wd.. March 27 1Alchemy,,Astrology, Theosophy
U.S. Marines - See Wed., March 27
United Air Lines - See Wed., March Tarot Magoic' asg
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The Week To Come: A Campus Calendar

MONDAY, March 25
8:30 p.m. - The PTP presents
"The Roar of the Greasepaint,
the Smell of the Crowd" in Hill
8:30 p.m.-University President
Robben Fleming will address the
School of Music's honors convo-
cation in the Rackham Lecture
TUESDAY, March 26
8:30 p.m. - The PTP produc-
tion of "The Roar of the Grease-
paint,- the Smell of the Crowd"
will be performed in Hill Aud.
4:10 p.m.-Prof. Alec Nove of
the University of Glasgow, Scot-
land, will speak on "Ideology and
Economic Reform in the Soviet
Union" in Aud. D.
4:10 p.m.- Student Laboratory
Theatre Program presents Von
Hoffmannstahl's "Electra" and
Tolstoy's "The Cause of It All" in
the Arena Theatre of the Frieze
.8:30 p.m.-The School of Music
presents the Colleguim Musicum
concert in the North Campus Re-
cital Hall.
THURSDAY, March 28
4:10 p.m.-The Student Labora-
tory Theatre production of Von
Hoffmannstahl's "Electra" and
University Charter
Caledonian Airways
$230 Roundtrip
May 20 to Aug. 19
Also, Wait Lists For:
May 9 to June 19
June 27 to Aug. 22^
CALL: 761-2348 j
5-7 P.M. I

Tolstoy's "The Cause of It All"
will be performed in the Arena
Theatre of the Frieze Bldg.
8:30 p.m.-The University Mu-
sical Society concert by the To-
ronto Symphony Orchestra, con-
'ducted by Seiji Ozawa, in Hill
7 and 9 p.m. - Cinema Guild
will show Josef von Sternberg's
"Scarlet Express" and "Shanghai
Express" in the Architecture Aud.
FRIDAY, March 29
10:30 a.m. - New Secretary of
Health, Education, and Welfare'
Wilbur J. Cohen will speak at the
Honors Convocation in Hill Aud.
7 and 9 p.m. - Cinema Guild

presents Josef von Sternberg'
"Scarlet Express" and "Shangha
Express" in the Architecture Aud
SATURDAY, March 30
7 and 9 p.m. - Cinema Guil
shows- CBS Documentary in the
Architecture Aud.
8:30 p.m.-The University Choi
will present their spring concert
conducted by Prof. Maynard
Klein, in Hill Aud.
SUNDAY, March 31
2:30 and 8:30 p.m.-PTP pre-
sents "Hello, Dolly" with Dorothy
Lamour in Hill Aud.
7 and 9 p.m.-CBS Documen-
taries will be shown by Cinema
Guild in the Architecture Aud.

NOUNCEMENTS is available to official-
ly recognized and registered student
organizations only.Forms are avail-
S able in room 1011 SAB3.I
1 * * *
. Lutheran Student Chapel, Hill at
Forest Ave. Sun., March 24, 7:00 p.m.,
"The Role of the University in Clas-
d sified Research."
e* * *
University Lutheran Chapel, 1511
Washtenaw. Sun., March 24, 9:45 and
r 11:15 a.m. Worship Services with Pas-
tor Cheips speaking on "God's Fam-
d ily and Our Family," Holy Commun-
ion; 11:15 a.m., Bible Class on the
Gospel According to St. John; 1:00
p.m., Parent's Day Dinner with pro-
gram following.


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Bach Club Meeting, Wed., March 27,
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Speaker: Winston Kaehler, "The Con-
certo Principle in Some Keyboard Mu-
sic of J. S. Bach." For further informa-
tion, call 769-3422.

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