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will speak and receive 1970 Business
DAILY OFFICIAL adership Awards, Rackham Amph., ORGANIZATION

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BEGIN TENURE

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The Daily Official Bulletin is an
official publication of the Univer-
sity of Michigan. Notices should be
sent in TYPEWRITTEN f o r m to

General Notices
Fellowship Applies. for Margarett
Kraus Ramsdell Award and Wallace
Radcliff Award now avail. for 1970-71:
Awards made to assist grad. student,

NO *T.
International Students Association
sponsors a Wednesday luncheon every
week from noon to 1 p.m. at the Made-
Ion YPound Hse. at corner of Hill and M

Daily names I I senior editors

Jim
ajor

(Continuet
Neubac
from

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her, a journalism:
West Bloomfield,

Lore and tsr. atacorner of Hilltandntro
5 . g ., aeore male or female, who plans to enter E. Univ. 3)c for ISA members, 40c for Michigan was appointed to the
-h i.f.,ation and by 2p.recein pub Crian Mnistry or field of Relig- -m post of news editor. Neubacher
fo h rd n h niLlcto n y2p.m. Friday for ious Ed. Awards may be used at otherwilbinca
for the bride and the entire Saturday and Sunday. items ap- is"tituions.Applc should be ma "Ivan the Terrible" (Eisenstein) to will be in charge of organizing the
Sy ypear once only. Student organiza- to Dean of the Grad. Sch. on forms be shown in the Multipurpose Roomi Daily's news reporting system, and
w'eding party - from gowns tion notices a r e not accepted for avail. at Grad. Fellowship Office, Rm. of UGLI, by the Russkii Kruzhok. Part will assist Miss Sarasohn in the
to garters, to gifts and invita publication. F 0 r more inforna- 1014 Rackhan Bldg., deadline March II on Feb. 20, 7 & 9 p.m. daily managing of the paper.
tions. FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 20 1 ENACT Community Seminar series Appointed feature editor was
- r- -". Feb. 19, 7:30 p.m., Rackham Amphithea- Nadine Cohodas an English 2na-
w4" Placement Service ter, William Casello, moderator, "Motor- jor from Appleton, Wisconsin.
GENERAL DIVISION cycles, a Complex Problem." Miss Cohodas will also assist the
RI SSIQ CS@3200 S..B. managing editor, and will direct.
for th irl wio is very today Student Relations Committee Mtg.: Guild House 802 Monroe, Mid-Winter ecovrage o eature angle
Agenda: Communics., Recruitment Po- SMMER PLACEMENT SERVICE Retreat at U of M Fresh Air ampFeb.the news
icy, Select. of a V.P., Bylaws; S. G. 212 SAB, Lower Level 21 and 22, meet at 12 noon at Guild Assisting Gannes on the editor-
ARBOR.AND Rm. of SAB, 10:00 a.m. House, Saturday. ial page will be editorial page
SHOPPING CENTER B Nietschma Feb. 20: Mohawk Airlines, Utica, N.Y., This week the International Tea will dtors Alxa Canady and Bruce
U.of Wisconsin, "The Ecology of the TMgt.wDevelopmentrnProgram openwto
Ph. 971 -6455 Food Subsistence System of the Mos- ntDevelop hae copletedSrm pen to be held at Couzens Hall (Ann St., Levine. Miss Canady is a mathe-
Mon., Wed., Fri. 12-9 to Indians", 4050 LSA, 11:10 a.m. year or more, across from Univ. Hospital) on Thurs., matics, pre-med major from Lan-
Tues., Thurs., Sat. 10-5:30 onom Colloquium: . H. Els Feb. 23: Camp Nicolet, Wis.: Girls, Feb. 19, from 4-5:30. Everyone is invit sing, Michigan, while Levine is
"Sun Spots", P&A Colloq. Rm., 4:00 1-.Oeig o aefot (S d
p.10-5.Openings for waterfrontm.i(WSIea history major from Valley
Grad. Sch. of Business: CWilreq.), specialists in tennis, tripping and
_.. .oisports. Guild House, 802 Monroe, Mid-Winter Coverage of the arts will be the
9Feb 24 and 25 C hi, al k Retreat at U of M Fresh Air Camp, responsibility of Arts Director R.
9-5. Openings for general counselors .Pr' Ga
male, specialists, m. and f. in skiing February 21 and 22, meet at 12 noon at A. Perry, Grad, of A n n Arbor,
waterfront and sailing. Guild House, Saturday. Michigan. Perry will primarily be
N o .- -__.....____- concerned with the Daily's week-
ly books page, and contribute ma-
7 DA &A W EK 82002 5 .M;2 A.. !terial to both the Arts page and
7DAYSAWEEK 4820042 5P.M-2AM. CIVIL ENGINEERING SENIORS! theDailyMagazine.
Laurie Harris, an English ma-
FOOT-LONG HOME BAKED BUN - HAM, SALAMI, LET- YOUR FUTURE CAN BE IN TRANSPORTATION jo' from Buffalo, N.Y., will as-
YOsis Perry in the role of arts page
COLD TUCE AND TOMATO - ITALIAN CHEESE WITH OUR Our expanding transportation engineering editor, having primary esponsi
OUR DRESSING $1.00 program includes an annual 1 billion dollars in bility for the day to day opera-
highway construction tions of the arts page.
HOT FOOT-LONG HOME BAKED BUN WITH A GENEROUS No Exam-Tuition refunds for Graduate Study stintedinpost of magazn eit
lIVE PORTION OF CHOQICE BEEF-$1'24See our recruiter on THURS., FEB. 26, 1970. Visit your
Placement Office NOW for brochures and SIGN UP to hear
"THESE ARE SUBMARINE SANDWICHES the full story, or write to:4w
ASK FOR THEM WHEN YOU WANT PIZZA" P
Personnel Bureau
FREE FAST DELIVERY RADIO DISPATCHED NEW YORK STATE DEPARTMENT OF TRANSPORTATION
State Campus Building 5, Albany, New York 12226
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was Daniel Zwerdling, a history
major from Silver Springs, Md.
Zwerdling will direct the monthly
publication of a Daily tabloid
magazine, containing investigative
stories, essays, book and musical
reviews, feature stories and photo
essays.
Judy Kahn who is taking in-
dependent studies in Modern
American Society, was appointed
to the post of personnel manager.
Miss Kahn. who is from East Nor-
wich, N.Y., will supervise recruit-
ment and training of new staff
members.

Bruce ;Levine

Jim Neubacher

Judy Kahn

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Nadine Cohodas

Alexa Canady

Systems programmers at RCA get somewhat involved with hardware.
There used to be a theory that out their problems together. people synergize with each other.
systems programmers didn't talk The resultsseem to be proving There are conflicts, but it's
with hardware designers. us right. We call it "total producing results. For instance,
This was like a husband and systems architecture." we are already a generation
wife living in two separate houses. We believe the programmer ahead of the major competitor
We believe in interface- must get involved with the total in time-sharing systems.
programmers and engineers work problem-software and hardware There are other benefits. We

RUN FOR THE SUN
FROM APRIL 29 TO MAY 6
and stay in
ACAPULCO or the BAHAMAS
either one is ONLY $189
and includes

Laurie Harris

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7 days andy nights on
the beach at the Hotel
Acapulco.
A welcome in cocktail
party.
Moonlight cruise includ-
ing free parties, floor
shows, sailing, swim-
ming, riding, fishing.

7 days and nights at the
Freeport Inn
Free h ap py hours with
rock bands every night.
Free services to beach-
es and casinos.
Scuba diving, snorkling,
fishing

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or, just get away from it all.
(either place has miles of beach)
Along with your jet airfare and baggage handling,
you get the vacation of a lifetime.
for information BARRY BOYER, 761-6359
Reservations

Dan Zwerdling
SAVE $300
by making your
own decisions ..
and dinner
For Fall living, investigate
the possibilities at
OXFORD HOUSES
Open House Sun., Feb. 22
2-5 P.M.
(at the Max Kade House, across
from the "Arb")

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You've seen it in Vogue,
and Cosmopolitan.
Now, the delicate fragra
Quiver make douching an
your beauty ritual.
There's Raspberry,Jasmine
and Champagne. Each in1
sachets of liquid concen

ords
Harper's Bazaar
nces of Cupid's
refreshing part of
,Orange Blossomn [1f~:'.~
12 pre-measured I
trate. $3.50 for '
Yraper

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pre mctur

each package of twelve.
Revolutionary? It is now,
but soon you'll take it for
granted.Try it now while
it's still revolutionary.

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