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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

Wednesday, September 11, 1965

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Jordan River, Suez scene

DAILY OFFICIAL BULLETIN

ORANI ZATION o A rab-Israel clashes
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Day Calendar
WEDNESDAY, SEPTEMBER 11
Bureau of Industrial Relations Sem-
inar: "The Management of Managers,
Program No. 67": North Campus Com-
mons, 8:15 a.m. to 5:00 p.m. and 7:00
to 9:00 p.m.
Basic Fire School 1: Civil Defense
Center, 9:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m.
Zoology Seminar: Dr. Ted M. Caven-
der, Research Associate, Museum of
Zoology, "Early Tertiary History of
Freslwater Fishes in Western N o r t h
Americe, 4:00 p.m., 1400 Chemistry
Bldg.
Department of Journalism Lecture:
:Dr. Harold L. Nelson, Director. School
of Journalism, University of Wisconsin,
"Watershed for American Press Free-
dom": Amphitheater, Rackham Build-
ing, 4:10 p.m.
General Notices
STUDENT GOVERNMENT COUNCIL
The approval of the following student
sponsored events becomes effective af-
ter the publication of this notice. All
publicity for these events must be
withheld until the approval has become
effective. Approval request forms for
student sponsored events are available
in rooms 1001 and 1545 of the student
Activities Building.
Voce-SDS: Rally on Diag, September
9, 1968, 12 - 1 p.m.
SUMMARY OF ACTION TAKEN BY
STUDENT GOVERNMENT COUNCIL
AT ITS MEETING
SEPTEMBER 7, 1968
Approved: That SGC support t h e
vigil at the Washtenaw County Build-
ing.
Approved: That SGC co-sponsor the
educational meeting Sunday, Septem-
ber 8 at 4 p.m. in the Union concern-
ing the present situation of the wel-
fare mothers.
Approved: That SGC co-sponsor the
diag rally to be held Sept. 9 (Monday).
Approved: That SGC set up a Legal
Defense Fund.
Approved: That SGC sponsor the
benefit dance to be held Monday
evening, Sept. 9 from 9-12 p.m. in the
Union Ballroom, featuring Buddy Guy.
Proceeds will go to the Legal Defense
Fund.
Approved: That SOC extend petition-
ing for the two vacancies one week
(Tulesday, September 17) at 5 "p..
Council will interview September 17
and 18, seating members on the 19th.
Actuarial Review Classes for general
mathematics examination of the
leoty of Actuaries will organize in 3010
Angell Hall, Thursday, September 12,
4:00 p.m.
Parking notice: The top deck of the
Catherine Street Parking Structure will
be closed for repairs. Ample staff paid
permit~ parking is available at the East
Medical Structure and also the Fletcher
Street Structure. U. of M. Parking Of-
fice.
Graduate Record Examination: Appli-
cation blanks are available in Room
3014, 'Rackham Building for the Grad-
uate Record Examination. The next
administration of the test will be on
Saturday, October 26, and applications
are due in Princeton, New Jersey be-
fore October .
Admission Test for Graduate Study
in Business: Application blanks are
available in Room 3014, Rackham
Building for the Admission Test for
Graduate Study in Business. The next
administration of the test will be on
Saturday November 2, and applications
are due in Princeton, New Jersey be-
fore October 19.
Doctoral Candidates who plan to
graduate December 14 must observe the
following deadlines: (A) Three un-
bound copies of the dissertation, com-
plete in .every way except for binding.
and three abstracts must be submitted
to the Rackhamn Dissertation Secretary
by Moday, October 28. (B) Two cor-
rected copies of the dissertation - one
bound and one unbound - two ab-
stracts, and the Chairman's report on
the final oral examination must be
submitted to the Dissertation Secre-
tary by Monday, November 25. (Fees
must be paid and paperwork completed
by that second deadline.)

Doctoral
Examinations 1
David Lawrence Killian: Education,'
Dissertation: "The General S o c i a l
Values of Elementary School Teachers
and Principals and the Acceptance ofr
the Elementary Principal as Leader," on]
Wednesday, Sept. 11 at 1 p.m. in West
Council Room, Rackham, Chairman: L.
W. Beach.
Placement
3200 S.A.B.
GENERAL DIVISION
Placement interviews: the following'
representatives will be at the BureauI
of Appts: Please call 763-1363 at your]
earliest convenience for appointments.

All representatives expect to see a vita
sheet on interviewees, if you are not
already registered in the General Divi-
sion, please ask us to provide you with
the proper materials. Interview sched-
ules open Monday, Sept. 9.
September 16, 17, and 18:
U. S. Navy: Dec., April, and Aug.
Grads, all degree levels, all majors for
Navy OCS Programs, Surface and Air
programs.
Current Position Openings received"
by General Division by mail and phone,"
please call 764-7460 for further informa-
tion:
Sylvania Electric, position in Ot-
tawa, Ohio: Senior Industrial Engineer,
BSIE/BSME, and some exper, work;
on project basis in wage control, time/
motion studies, job standards, plany;
layout, jig fixture design and conveyor-
ization.

Illinois Department of Personnel:
Positions listed are receiving applica-
tions for exams until Sept. 21. Ad-
ministrative Assistant, bus. and econ.
dev., Assstant Methods and Procedures
Supervisor, Capital Stock Assessor.
Clinical Lab. Supv., Indust., and Com-
munity Dev. Rep., Narcotic Inspector,
Nurse Administrator, Public H e a 1 t h
Dentist, Resources Planner.
Utah Highway Patrol Civil Service
Commission: Radio Engineer; education
or exper. radio operation and repair
work, license req. by Fed. Comm. Com-
mission.
Utah Merit System Council, State
Division of Welfare, Caseaide, degree
and 1 year exper working with Navajo
and/or other Indian tribes, consider-
able understanding of language, cus-
toms, and ways of these people. 1
Management Consultants, BatonI

Rouge, La.: Metallurgist, pref. non fer-
rous bckrnd, lead pref.
Connecticut careers, Chief of Program
Dev, PhD in soc., criminology, psych, or
rel. flds, and 3 years respon. employ in
correctional work. Apply before Sept.
25.
State of Washington Dept. of Per-
sonnel: Many positions in the follow-
ing areas are accepting examinations :
Clerical, Staff Services and Administra-
tion. Financial, Bus. Mgmt., and Staff
Services. Education and Information.
Employment Security and Social Serv-
ices. Law Enforcement, Inspection and
Hearing and Agriculture. Medical,
Nursing and Laboratory. Engineering,
Architecture. Trades, Plant, Equipment,
and Warehouse. Food and Personnel
Services. Farms, Gardens, Fish a n d
Game and Parks.
Summer Placement Service Room 212

NOTICES

By The Associated Press

the Israelis opened fire first at

Israel and Jordan clashed with Urn Shurat in the 45-minute-long

mitgsis~imsmsnggsimisagssgigstmi 2a achine guns, mortal's and r'ock-
Hillel - Registration for Beit Midrash, ets across the Jordan River yes-
College of Jewish Studies Courses. Wed. terday while Israel was claiming
and Thurs. evening Sept. 11 and 12th, that an .Israeli soldier had been
7:30 p.m. 1429 Hill St, Free - open to wounded by sniper fire from the
all.
International Association for t h e Egyptian side of the Suez Canal-
Exchange of Students for Technical The Israeli army in Tel Aviv re-
Experience, Thurs., Sept. 12th, 7:30 ported skirmishes with Jordanian
p.m. UGLI Multi-purpose room: troops at Ashdot Yaakov, 'south of
"Training Overseas for Students of the Sea of Galilee; Um Shurat,
Science, architecture and Engineering.1
Bach Club Meeting, Thurs.. Sept. 15 miles north of the Dead Sea.
12th, 8:00 p.m. Guild House, 802 Mon- and at Dabussiyah in the Beisan
roe. Speaker: Dr. Richard Crawford, Valley.
"Bach as heard by Webern". Jelly do- No Israeli or Jordanian casual-
nuts and conversation afterwards. For
further information call 769-2922 or ties were reported.
769-4472. A Jordanian communique said

shootin1g,
Official Egyptian sources de-
nied any knowledge of the sniper
attack across the Suez.
Israel brought it up at the Unit-
ed Nations in New York.
The canal area remained tense
after Sunday's furious artillery
battle there.
' In Tel Aviv. Israeli authorities
admitted troops blew up an Arab
home in the town of Bal'a in the
occupied west bank when a search
for arms uncovered a mortar.

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lations Office, Room 24} Michigan Un-
ion. Telephone: 764-2148.
Week of September 11 -18, 1968
Mr. and Mrs. Guy Vanhaeverbeke:
Chef de Cabinet to the Secretary Gen-
eral of the Economic and Social Com-
mittee of the European Economic Com-
munity; Brussels,. Belgium. Sept. 11-
12.
Dr. Zbigniew A. Zechowski; Adjunct,
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Sociology; Pozan. Poland.
Dr. James Tait Vice Chancellor, The
City University; London,. England. Sept.
13.
Mir. and Mrs. Zahari Staiko: Senior
Research Associate of Research Insti-
tute of Labor; Sofia, Bulgaria.
Mr. and Mrs. Veljko Rus; Researcher,
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