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sion, Rackham Lecture Hall, 9 a.m.,
discussion series, Fourth Floor, Rack-
ham Bldg., 1:30 p.m.
Thomas M. Cooley Lecture Series, Lec-
ture II-Prof. Otto Kahn-Freund, Uni-
versity of Oxford, "Legal Institutions
and Legal Reasoning": Room 100,
SHutchins Hall, 3:30 p.m.
American Association of University
Women Lecture (Ann Arbor Branch)
-Art of the Orient-Dr. Walter M.
Spink, University of Michigan, "In-
dian Miniature Painting": Rackham
Amphitheatre, 7:30 p.m.
Professional Theatre Program-Michel
del Ghelderode's "Pantagleize": Lydia
Mendelssohn Theatre, 8 p.m.
School of Music Concert-University
Symphony Orchestra-Josef Blatt, con-
ductor and Marilyn Mason, organist:
Hill Aud., 8:30 p.m.
Women's Speed Swimming Team -
Begins practice today at 9 p.m. at
the Margaret Tell Pool. All interested
swimmers are welcome to attend.
General Notices


events becomes effective 24 hours after rolled in the Literary College and in tentatively scheduled for 7 p.ni. Oct.
the publication of this notice. All pub- the Graduate School are eligible .To 17. Please notify the Bureau, 764-7460.
Iicity for these events must be with- give nominees sufficient time to pre- as soon as possible if you are interested.
held until the approval has become ef- pare and submit the required cre- Examinations for positions of manage-
fective. dentials, faculty members are urged to ment analyst, personnel admiinistrator
Approval request forms for student send in their nominations as early as and financial administrator will be in-
sponsored events are available in Room possible, although letters postmarked eluded in this date and examination.
1011 of the SAB. Oct. 31 will be accepted. Brochures at Bureau for these positions.
Campus Crusade for Christ-Speak- Letters of nomination should include Foreign Service of U.S.A.-hExamina-
er: "Biblical Prophecy and the Middle the student's field of concentration, tion for United States Dept. of State
East," S. Quad Lounge, 6:30 p.m.- his local address and telephone, and and U.S. Information Agency, Foreign
7:45 p.m., Markley Lounge, should be sent to Prof. Otto G. Graf, Service Officer careers. Announcements
Student Peace Union, "The Language Department of German, 1079 Frieze and applications are now at the Bu-,
of Faces and the Magician, Sept. 24, Bldg., University of Michigan. reau. These must be postmarked Oct. 21
8 p.m., UGLI Multipurpose Room. Seniors interested in advanced study for test given Dec, 2.
Kappa Kappa Gamma and Panhel- and a teaching career whose academic
lenic, Pledge open house, Sept. 29, 3- performance merits nomination for POSITION OPENINGS:
5 p.m., 1204 Hill. Woodrow Wilson fellowships may con- Air Force Systems Command. Foreign
Tau Beta Pi, Model initiation. Oct. 13, sult the campus representative, Prof. Technology Division, Wright-Patterson
4-5 p m., N. S. And. Morris Greenhut, 1616 Haven, concern- AFB, Dayton, Ohio-BS MS and PhD de-
-3.-_ ing qualifications and procedures. grees with exper. or interest in fol-
University Faculty and Staff Meeting: lowing areas: EE, aeronautical & elec-
President Hatcher will give his an- Fall Term Fees: At least 50 per cent tronics - engrs., ME, aerospace, Phys.,
nual address to the faculty and staff is due and payable on or before Sept. nuclear, metallurg., geophys., biochem.,
on Wednesday evening, Sept. 27, at 8 29, 1967, biol., radiologists, mathematicians.
p.m., in the Rackham Lecture Hall, Non payment of at least 50 per cent Mayflower Congtegational Church,
All staff memebsr and their wives are by Sept. 29 will result in the assess- Grand Rapids, Mich.-Full time choir
invited. The five Distinguished Faculty ment of a delinquent penalty of $5.- director and organist, new Teller's
Achievement Awards and the six Dis- Payments may be made in person ' pipe organ, 5 choirs. Music graduate.
tingulshed Service Awards for . in- or mailed to the Cashier's Office, 1015 * * *.
structors, assistant professors and jun- Administration Bldg., before 4:30 p.m., For further informaton please call
for associate professors will be present- Fri., Sept. 29, 1967. 764-7460, General Division, Bureau of
ed at this meeting. A reception will Mail Early. Appointments, 3200 SAB.
be held in the Michigan League Ball- Mail payments postmarged after due
room immediately after the conclu- date, Sept. 29, 1967, are late and sub- TEACHER PLACEMENT:
sion of the meeting. ject to penalty. The following schools haVe recorded
Identify mail payments as tuitionT vacancies for the present semester:
University of Michigan School of and show student number and name. Livonia,, Mich. (P.S.)-Elem s posi-
Nursing-Attention Freshmen: tions: K, 1, 3 and 6; J.H. Ind. Arts,
What: Chest X-rays. Doctoral Examination for George Le- J.H. Bus. Ed., J.H. Math/Sci., H.S.
Who: All freshmen entering the Roy Richens, Education; thesis: "Ur- Biology, H.S. Chemistry, H.S. aMth/Sci.,.
School of Nursing for the first time ban and Suburban High Schools: A H.S Social Studies, SAR-Emotionally
must have an admission chest X-ray. Comparative Study of Organizational Disturbed, -Peripatologist
When: On Thurs., Sept. 28, between Climate," Tues., Sept. 26, Room 3203 Pickney, Mich. (Community Schools)
t 6 p.m. and 8:30 p.m. UHS, at 8:30 a.m. Chairman, F. W. -Several Elem. (all levels).
Where: 4th Level of Main Hospital Bertolaet.

Reese. Mich. :P.S1-H.S. Eng.. H.S.
For I nriher Inornation contact the
Bureau of Appointments, 3200 SAB, 764-
ICE: Make interview appointments at
Room 128-H, WVest Engineering Bldg.
OCT. 3-
Applied Physics Lab.
Argonne National Lab.
Burroughs Corp.
E. 1. du Pont de Nemours & Co.
George A. Fuller Co.
Harshaw Chemical Co.
Levitt & Sons, Inc.
Eli Lily and Co.
Arthur I) Little, Inc.
Litton Industries-Guidance & Cun-
trol Syvstems Div.
Uoiversity of Michigan - Institute of
Science N Technology.
PPG Industries.
Rex Chainbelt, Inc.--Technical Cen
Rex Chainbelt, Inc. - Research &
Smith, Ilinchman & Grylls Associates,
I nC.
Swift & Co.-Research & Develop-
ING: No. 4 "Success on the Job." Com-
mon difficulties of transition from
school to work and how to avoid them.
Fourth of four meetings, Prof. J. H.
Young, Sept. 26, 4 p.m. and 7:30 p.m.
(afternoon and evening meetings will
be the same). Room 311 West Engineer-
ing Bldg.




Gov. George Romney asked, "What do you want?" as he met with Ne
the Watts section of Los Angeles yesterday. The Republican governor,
dential nomination, spent the day touring poverty areas.
Black Poer A vocal
Romney on Medicare

Summary of Action Taken by Student
Government Council at Its Meeting
September 21, 1967
Approved: That the Tutorial Society
may use Room 3510 in the SAB as thei'
audio-visual center.
Approved: That the Graduate As
sembly request the Regents of the
-Associated Press University of Michigan to provide fo
a "public comments" period at th
end of, or at some other appropriat
time during, each public meeting o
the Board of Regents.
gro leaders at a private home in Appointed: Judith Greenberg to th
eyeing a bid for the 1968 presi- SACUA Committee on Communication
Appointed: Michael Koeneke chair
man of Student Housing Association.
Q IAppointed: Lewis Paper to the Uni
versity Calendaring Committee.
Approved: That there be establishe
a programs and communications co
ordinator who shall as a service t
SGC recognized organizations 1) hav
a complete and working knowledge o


-Department of Radiology.
Your X-ray requisitions will be there
for you. It .is requested that all neck-
laces and jewelry be removed before
Law School Admission Test: Applica-
tion blanks are available in Room
3014 Rackham Bldg. for the Law School
Admission Test. The next administra-
tion of the test will be on Sat., Nov.
11, and applications are due in Prince-I
ton, N.J., by Oct. 21.
Admission Test for Graduate Study in
Business: Application blanks are avail-
able in Room 3014 Rackham Bldg. for
the Admission Test for Graduate Study
in Business. The next administration of
the test will be on Sat., Nov.' 4, and
applications are due in Princeton,
N.J., by Oct. 21.

Foreign Vstors
The following foreign visitors can be
reached through the Foreign Visitor
Programs Office, 764-2148.
Prof. Hideyo Yamada (accompanied
by escort-interpreter, Manabu Fukuda),
professor of philosophy, Aichi University
of Education, near Negoya, Japan,
Sept. 24-28.
Dr. Franz Bauer, editor of Allege-
meine Forstzeitschrift; lector with
Bayrischer Landwirtschartsverlag, Stutt-
gart, Germany, Sept. 28-29.
Miss Karen Moller, assistant producer
of televised consumer information, Ra-
dio Denmark, Sept. 28-Oct. 1.
Dr. GFilberto Coufal (accompanied by
Mrs. Coufal and escort-interpreter, Joao
Coelho, director, National Housing Bank
for Brazil Rio de Janeiro, Brazil, Oct.

LOS ANGELES (IP)-Republican
Gov. George Romney had a
crackling confrontation yesterday
morning with two youthful Negro
militants at an outdoor breakfast
in Watts.
The two young men-Tom Jac-
quette, president of a community
leadership group in Watts called
SLANT, and Lou Smith, presi-
dent of- Operation Bootstrap -
jumped on Romney's statement in
San Francisco sympathizing with
California Gov. Ronald Reagan's
cut in the Medicare program.
Smith, his voice rising, said the
nation is willing to spend billions
for, war and to "shoot rats to
space" but not enough for "poor
black people."
Romney, defending his views,I
said he didn't want the govern-
ment to get so involved that the
American health care system
would break down under the
weight of red tape. He cited health
care problems in Great Britain.
Retorted Smith, "You are not
in Britain, and I'm not talking
about that."

Smith charged that when funds
were turned into government pro-
grams and over to politicians,
"you can forget it."
"I am not a politician," Rom-
ney said. And with heavy sar-
casm Jacquette scoffed, "he's a
representative of the people."
And Jacquette asked of Rom-
ney, "Do you think change can
be brought about without vio-
"I don't know," replied the
Michigan governor.
"That is why I am making this
tour to learn first-hand what
the problems are and what is be-
ing done to' solve them. I want to
know what you want, and what
you think can' be done to find a
solution short of violence. . . . If
-we don't find a solution, there
will be violence."
Later, at the Los Angeles head-
quarters of Operation Bootstrap,
a job-training organization es-
tablished after bloody rioting in
1965, Romney talked Raymond
Griggs, a 'waiter who said he
came here two weeks ago "be-

',, S

1 ' 7all processes involved in holding pro- Woodrow Wilson Fellowships: Nomi- 3
grams, concerts, speakers and the like ntions for Woodrow Wilson Fellowships
seaon thmpUn)ivety nommeonofor first year graduate work leading
seat on the University Committee on to a career in college teaching are due Plac ee t
cause I was sick of Detroit.' Calendaring, 3) maintain files on who Oct. 31. Only faculty members may
Griggs told hm: "People all fhas given concerts at the University, nominate candidates. Eligible for nomi- ANNOUNCEMENTS:
who is now available, and how to con- nation are men and women of out- Public Service Commuission of Cana-
over the world need togetherness. tact them and make suitable arrange- standing ability who are seniors, or Ida-Will give the examination for
That's the only way we'll end ments, and 4) be available to advise graduates not now enrolled in a grad- openings for public administrators and
the big problem of racism, and on advertising techniques and help uate school, or graduates now in the foreign service officers to Canadians
design advertising campaigns (but not armed forces who will be free to enter at the University if a sufficient num-
bring the day when white people to take an active part in the adver- a graduate school in 1968-69. Seniors ber let the Bureau of Appointments
will let people like me have a tising); and that he be appointed in who next semester will/be double en- !know they are interested. The test is
little part of their integrted the spring by the coordinating vice- -_---_-
president, with the consent of Council,
heaven." for a term of one year.
To repeated demands for better Appointed: Rosen programs and com-
education for Negroes, Romney munications coordinator. TRAYVEL-
Approved: That there be established
told.one impromptu gathering in a Writer-in-Residence Board to plan, TE AA
a hallway: "I agree that betterV administer, study and perfect the writ-1NTERNAT 4NALUL
er-in-residence program; that the board'
education alone is not enough. It be appointed by the outgoing board, COMM T E UNION-LEAGUE
takes a lot of soul searching to with the consent of Council, after
know the best way to use the petitioning and interviews; that the Presents Ieedif
knowledge you gain.' board be under the supervision of the
coordinating vice-president.
Jesse Robinson, head of a man- Appointed: Anne Patton chairman
agement consultant firm, caught of the Student Consumers' Union. A Holiday Magic Cosmetics needs girls for a part time
. Appointed: Leslie Mahler and Jais HldyM gcCseisned il o attm
the governor's attention With a Sorkin personnel directors (replacing Via United Air Lines sales effort. All Holiday Girls earn a minimum of $3.00
plea for government funds to Steve Lewis who has resigned-). per hour, but you can earn more on our unique commis-
help Negroes establish their own Approved: That there be created a
and for ghernmen non-voting seat on SGC to be filled DECEMBER 26th-JANUARY 2nd sion system.
businesses, and for government anew each week from the general stu- DET R t-AU R TMndn
insurance of real estate loans to dent body by lot. DETROIT-NASSAU-DETROIT HolidayMagic trains all Holiday Girls I the famous
NegresDefeated: That SGC appropriate $95
Negroes, dige f iscdTatl Gear 6 orane Ern Westmore technique of makeup. For further informa-
during the fiscal year 1967 to handle TrrmcCrortnHodyM gc' ca
At the end of the breakfast the purchase and insurance of one VW MASS MEETING for Those Interested- tis contact Terrimc Corporation, Holiday Magicr s local
sum up m whathehadlearned from That SGC establish the position of Room 3R and 3S Thursday, :30 P.M. distributor, at 434-2900 in Ypsilanti. Remember, Holiday
coordinator of transportation.730 ..2t MagicNedYo!
the open discussion. Approved: That S C in conjunction Union September 28th Needs ou
"Apparently the thing that with UAC and Office of Religious Af-
I fairs sponsor a conference on drugs at -_-_-
would be most effective," he said, a time determined by a joint com-
"is a combination of people who mittee from SGC, UAC and Office of
Religious Affairs.
Want to improve their situation, Appointed: Lamar Morrison to serve
plus those who are in a position on joint committee of Conference on
to help them by directing their Drugs.
efforts in education, job-training Student Government Council Approval 1
and enterprise." of the following student__sponsored


"n.." r~x"" :x. r~r."t**A**"*. . .:.".

N(IUNCEMENTS is available to officially
recognized and registered student orga-
nizations only. Forms'are available In
Rm. 1011 SAB.
Delta Phi Epsilon, Men's professional
foreign service fraternity, hold an open
meeting Tues., Sept. 26, 7:30 p.m., 3-C
Union. Prof. Solomon, political science,
will speak on "The Cultural Revolution
in China: .
* *
Guild House, Noon research sympos-
,um and luncheon, Sept. 27, 12-1 p.m.,
Guild House, 802 Monroe.
Communication Sciences Lecture Se-
ries sponsors lecture by Dr. Dennis
Klatt, Research Laboratory of Electron-
ics, MIT, "Distinctive Features and Psy-
chophysics," Sept. 26, 4:10 p.m., Michi-
gan Union, Room 3A.

Communications Science Lecture Se-
ries presents lecture by Dr. Ian Cdp-I
on, University of Adelaide, Australia:
"Methods of Classificltion." Sept. 27,
4:10 p.m., Michigan Union, Room 3B.
Concert Dance Organization is hold-
ing modern dance classes every Tues-
day 7:30 p.m. and Thursday 8:15 p.m.,
at the Barbour Gym Dance Studio.
Classes are held for men on' Thursday
at 7:30 p.m.
* * *
- American Chemical Society, Student
affiliate presents Dr. Burckhalter of the
UM School of Pharmacy, who will speak
on "Research in Medicinal Chemistry,"
Sept. 26, 8 p.m., 1300 Chemistry Bldg.
There will be a membership meeting
for all interested undergrad chemistry
9 4



z PAT-
Old enough iw G
to know- too
:. young to care! -- a z e ht aA d ad,UWP

short end'
of the stick




Interviews for Committee Chairmen
SICNKUP Today, Tomorrow & Thursday
1548 SAB
Chairmanships available
-financial chairman
-advertising chairman
-sales director
-course and departmental editor
-student evaluations editor
-public relations director
. L1 1:..... ..L .

That's what a lot of people in Ann Arbor have been
getting on car repair service. And Rampy Chevrolet,
Ann Arbor's new Chevy dealer knows it.
Fast, reasonably priced repair work is what you
expect and deserve. To make sure you get it, Rampy's
built new facilities at Jackson and Wagner roads.
Soon this new building will have equipment to handle
every-kind of repair job. It will be staffed by mechanics
who know what they're doing. In fact, Rampy's service



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