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selaer Polytechnic Institute, "Recent
Day cale dr Developments in Nonlinear Convection
School of Music Recital-Recital b Theory," Wednesday. November 15, 325
S c hm o l o f u d si c : e ci t a l - R e ci t al b W e s t E n g in e e r in g B ld g ., 4 :0 0 p .m . C o f-
Trumpet Students: School of Musicfee hour will be held in 214 West
Recital Hall, 12:30 p.m. Engineering Bldg.. 3:30 p.m.
School of Music Recital-Recital by
String Department Students: School of
Music Recital Hail, 3:45 p.m.
Department of Psychiatry Lecture-
Peter Knapp, M.D., Boston University,
"Breathing, Emotion, and the Enigma
of Asthma": Auditorium, Children's
Psychiatric Hospital, 4:30 p~m.
Center for Near Eastern and North
African Studies-Professor T. Cuylerj
Young, Jr., University of Toronto, "Re-
cent Archaeological Survey and Exca-
vation in Western Iran: An Ecological
Approach to Human History," Thursday,
November 16, 200 Lane Hall, 4:10 p.m.
in Room 4609 Haven Hall, Chairman: itecture, Univresity of Florence, Italy,
I. L. Claude. Mr. Carlo Caldini, November 16-18,
1967. Asociate Professor of Architecture,
Doctoral Examination for: Mvren University of Florence, Italy.
Laurance Krom, Mathematics, Theis: Profesor Josefina Fonacier, November
"Invariant Means," on Tuesday, No- 17-26, 1967. Chairman, Mathematics
vember 14 at 2 p.m. in Room 2033 Work Group. Science Teaching Center,
Angell Hall, Chairan: A. L. Shields. University of the Philippines
Dr. Gisela Bonn, November 18-21, 1967.
Doctoral Examination for: Shawkv Writer-Author of several books on India
Abdel Hamid Hassan, Epidemiologic and Africa, Stuttgart, Germany.
Science, Thesis: "Human Viruses and Mr. Buu Vien, November 19-21, 1967.
Birth Defects, an Experimental Ap- Director of Planning, Ministry of Plan-
proach," Tuesday, November 14 at 3:04 ning and Development, Vietnam.
p.m. in Room 2022 School of Public Mr. Tran Trung Luong, November 19-
Health, Chairman: K. W. Cochran. 21, 1967. Special Assistant of the Educa-
tion Secretary, Vietnam.
Doctoral Examination for: Donald Ed- Miss Yoko Nakal, November 20-25,
mund Secrest, Political Science, Thesis: News Program Analyst, USIA,
"Arnrr n Pnlin tni~r d +rtamJpn
Le not The approval of the following student
more sponsored events becomes effective after
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Interdepartmental Seminars in Fluid icity for these events must be withheld
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sponsored events are available in Rooms
1001dand 1546 of the Student Activities
American o Jyowara .eutralm
during the Truman and Eisenhower
Adminisetrations," on Tuesday, Novem-
ber 14 at 3:30 p.m. In Room 4649nHaven
Hall, Chairman: H.K. Jacobson.
Mr. Sabure Hoshiyama, November
20, 1967. Professor of English, Toyko
Women's College, Japan.
Mr. Shimou Peres, November 20,
1967. Member of Israel Knesset and Its
Security and Foreign Affairs Committee.
Mr. Thomas Simpson, November 21-
25, 1967. Research Professor at the
UNIVERSITY CHARTER FLIGHTS
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Peach Torch Coordinating Committee
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.ewmantudent Association-Catho- The following foreign visitors can be National Council for Scientific and
lic Voices Lecture-Nov. 14, 1967-8:00 reached through the Foreign Visitor Technical Research, Buenos Aires, Ar-
p.m.--Aud, A, Angell Hall. Programs Office, 764-2148. gentina.
Undergraduate Psychology Association Professor H. Glejser, November 13-26, Industrial Sciences Group, College of
-M-ass Meeting and Lecture-Nov. 1967. Economist, Free University of Engineering, Cooley Laboratory-Mr.
1967-8:00 p.m.-Room 3-C, Union. Brussels. Hilmar Kristjonnson, Chief, Fishing
Dr. Mahmoud Robbana, November 15- Gear Branch, Food and Agriculture
Doctoral Examination for: Bernard 22, 1967. Physican to the President of Organization, United Nations, Rome
Mennis, Political Science, Thesis: "An Tunisian Republic, Chief, Department Italy. For seminar information or an
Empirical Analysis of the Background of Surgery, Ernest Conseil Hospital, appointment, contact Mr. Irving Roian
and Political Preferences of American Tunis. (764-4284)
Foreign Policy Decision-Makers," on Mr. and Mrs. Mario Preti, November
Tuesday. November 14, 1967 at 12 Noon 16-18, 1967, Associate Professor of Arch-
Peace Corps: Activities today, Nov. 14.
Speakers still available for housing
I.Eunits or classes. Testing at 9 a.m., 12
noon, 3 p.m. and 7 p.m. Free Peace
Corp Flicks at 4:15, room 3529, S.A.B. No
appts necessary for general informa-
tion and informal talks, 3529, SA.B.
Activities Wednesday, Nov. 15. The Ark
hosts short session at 8:30 p.m. Testing
same hours as above. Speakers avail
for campus groups. Pannel of re-
turned volunteers will discuss Peace
Corps in relation to American Foreign
Policy. Time and place will be an-
nounced. Phone 763-3189.
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