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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

Friday, September 13, 1968

THE MICHIGAN DAILY Friday, September 13, 1 968

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Mg t Srs. in dept), Chemistry, Classical
Studies, Far Eastern Lang & Lit., Far I
DAILY OFFICIAL Eastern Studies, Geography, Geology,
History of Art, Linguistics, Near East-(
ern Lang. & Lit., Microbiology. Russian
BU LLETIN Studies, Slavic Lang. & Lit., Studies inĀ£
Relgion, Physics, Zoology.
. . ..,...ggi* g:.. :"::.,:::, :.,..... Group II: Am erican Culture, Com-
munication Science, English, English
(Continued from Page 7) T.C., Mathematics, Mathematics T.C.,1
Project at'the Phoenix Memorial Lab- Philosophy, Social Work.
oratory on the North Campus or by Group III: Biology, Botany, Econom-
calling 764-6213. ics, History, History T.C., Journalism,s
* * * Political Science.
TV Center Programs: On Sunday, Group IV: Cellular Biology (Jrs.
Sept. 15 the following program pro- Only), French, German, Music Lit., Pre-
duced by the TV Centerwill have ini- Dent., Pre-Legal, Pre-Med, Pre-Profes-
tial telecast in Detroit: 12:00 Noon, sional, Psychology, Romance Lang. T.C.,
WWJ-TV, Chann 4, "In-Out-Round- Sociology, Spanish, Speech, Speech Cor-s
About: Art Goes Public." A look at rection.
what happens when contemporary art Graduating Seniors (that is, thosey
moves out of the museum and into the graduating in April, 1969 may appear
marketplace. on the dates indicated below to make
Brodcastng Service: Radio Station.their appointments. Group I: Sept, 16
WUO s-FM (91.7 Mc.) . a.m. to 11 p.m. thru Sept. 23-appointments made in
dly. Friday, 11 a.m. The Eleventh appropriate dept office; Group II: Sept.
Hour- Ed urrows hosts an hour of 16, 17-appointments made at 1223
news and conversation about the artst Angell Hall; Group III: Sept. 18, 19-
and literature. Special guest: Eva Lik- appointments made at 1223 Angell Hall;
ova, School of Music. Program repeat- adep 2IV: Sept. 20, 23-appointments
at 7p~m.made at 1223 Angell Hall.
ed at7pm
9:45 p.m. Center for Chinese Studies Second Semester Sophomores, All
Seminar: Mainland China - Rhoads Juniors, and All Seniors (who have not
Murphy, Prof. of Geography, "The previously made appointments) appear
on the dates indicated below to make
Western Impact and its Consequences their appointments. Group I: Sept. 24
for China 1 tbru Oct. 1-appointments made in ap-
Saturday, 1:00 p.m. Carolina Sym- propriate dept. office; Group II: Sept.
posium: Red China and The West 24, 25-appointments made at 1223 An-
Alexander Eckstein, Prof. of Economics gell Hall; Group III: Sept. 26, 27-ap-
and Director, Center for Chinese Stu- pointments made at 1223 Angell Hall;
dies, "The Dynamics of Development" Group IV: Sept., 30, Oct. 1-appoint-
Recorded at the U. of Carolina at Cha- ments made at 1223 Angell Hall.
pel Hill. 5:15 p.m. Jazz Revisited In order to facilitate this procedure
Hazen Schumacher presents Ella Fitz- it will be necessary to maintain strict
gerald: recordings from 1938 to 1946. adherence to the above schedule and
JN* -EOfor you to appear in person to make
L. S. & A. JUNIOR - ENIOR the appointment. Students who do
COUNSELING OFFICE not make an appointment during the
ADVANCED CLASSIFICATION scheduled period for their group will
APPOINTMENTS* have to wait until October 2 or there-
In an effort to minimize the time re- after.
quired to make appointments with Although you are asked to make your
counselors for Winter Term elections appointment as per the above schedule,
and to help reduce the lines involved, you will not be at a disadvantage if
the Junior-Senior Counseling Office in you are in one of the later groups
the College of Literature, Science, and since all the appointment times (from
the Arts has initiated a procedure for September 30 - December 2) for your
making these appointments.- As you field of concentration will be available
will note below, the field of concentra- on the first day your group is sched-
tion have been listed in four group- uled to make appointments.
ings. If you will find your field of con- Students wishing to see a counselor
centration in the lists and determine regarding current elections or related
your group number, you will be able to matters before advanced classification
select the appropriate dates on which begins should see the regular reception-
you may appear to make an appoint- ist in 1223 Angell Hall or the appro-
ment. priate departmental secretary to make
Group I: Astronomy, Cellular Biology an appointment.
-- ---- -. ---

*Students with less than 55 hours iods, three clerks will be making ap- Room 3201 East Engineering, Chairman: views at Bus. Admin. Placement Of-
elected at the end of the current term pointments for specified counselors. E. E. Hucke. fices, 271 B'us. Ad. Call 764-1372 for
should follow the appointment pro- Students who have not received letters James William Baerwaldt, Psychol-. appts. and further information: Women
cedur'e arranged by the Freshman- indicating their assigned counselor ogy, Dissertation: After Effects, Partial for officers interviewed on Sept. 25,
Sophomore Counseling Office, 1213 An- should check with the receptionist. Reinforcement Effect, and Extinction." Men for Pilots and navigators primar-
gell Hall. All Honors program stu- Sophomores will meet with t h e i r on Friday, Sept. 13 at 3 p.m. in Room ily on Sept. 24.
dents, should disregard these proced- counselors starting September 30 and 2018 Angell Hall, Chairman: J. A. Birch. ENGINEERING PLACEMENT SERVICE
ures and make their advanced classi- freshmen will meet with their cogng ..128 H, West Engrg. B
fication appointments in 1210 Angell selors starting October 28 (after mid- Engineering Placement Meeting: No.
Hall beginning on September 16. term grades). In order to facilitate this P fa(Yle Clti 1. "Engineering Market and Placement
procedure it will be neessary to main- bervices.' Salary and demand trends
L. S. & A. FRESHMEN AND tain strict adherence to the above 3 '00-S.A.B. and how to use the Engineering Place-
SOPHOMORES ADVANCED schedule, At the start of each three GENERAL DIVISION ment Service. First of four meetings.
CLASSIFICATION FOR day period the full range of dates for Placement Interviews: The following Primarily for seniors and graduate stu-
WINTER TERM 1968 appointments with the counselors in- organizations will interview at Place- dents, but open to all interested. Pro-
In an effort to minimize the time volved will be available. Freshmen and ment Services, the representatives ex- fessor J. G. Young. September 16, 4:00
required to make appointments with sophomores desiring to see a counselor pect to see at least a vita sheet on in- p.m. and 7:30 pm. in Room 311, West
counselors for Winter Term elections regarding current elections or related terviewees, therefore, if you are not Engineering Building. (Afternoon and
and to help reduce the lines involved, matters should ask the receptionist for already registered with the General evening meetings will be the same.)
the Counselor's Office for Freshmen appointments. Division, please stop in and let us pro- ...
and Sophomores in the College of Liter- vide you with the proper materials.
ature, Science, and the Arts follows _ Please call 763-1363 to make appoint-
the procedure listed below for making Doctoral. ments by phone, or stop in and make
these appointments. Students are asked appt. in person. Make appts. as soon asORGN IZ T O
to make appointments in person at possible, none accepted after 4 p.m. day
1213 Angell Halt according to their as- Exam inations preceding visit.
signed counselor as indicated in the L Monday, Sept'mber 16, 1968: U. S.
following schedule: ence, D on: olti, a lc Navy: Dc., April & June grads, Men and 8
September 16, 17, 18: (Students in Women, all degrees at all levels for
the Honors Program should disregard Policy: A Study of the Housing Politi- o.C.S Programs, Surface and Air. Hillel Foundation, 1429 Hill Street,
this schedule and make appointments cal System," on Friday, Sept. 13 at Tuesday, September 17, 1968: U. S. Friday, Sept. 13th, Sabbath Student
at the Honors Office, 1210 A.H. starting 10 a. R. in 4069 Haven Hall, Co-Chair- Navy, see Mon. listing above. U. S. AIR Services at 6:15 p.m,
September 16,) Allen replacing Braun, man: R. Friedman and N. C. Thomas. FORCE-All graduates, at all levels, Hillel Foundation, 1429 Hill Street,
Austin, Bnssett replacing field, Binkert John Stelios Asvestas, Electrical En- Women only Sept 17. and 20th, for Every Saturday, morning. Traditional
replacing Paslick, Clark, Cottrell replac- gineering, Dissertation: "Iterative SOau- non-obligatory positions for A. F. Of- services 9:00 a.m.
ing Fabian, Cowen, Cressey, Denton re- tions of Maxwell's Equations," on Fri- ficers. Baha'i Student Group, informal dis-
placing Morzenti, Deskins replacing day, Sept 13, at 11 a.m. in Room 4501 Wednesday, September 18, 1968: U. S. cussion, "A New Race of Men", Fri-
Clarkson, Hoad (PreBus.). E. Engin, Co-Chairmen: R. E. Klein- Navy, see Mon. listing above, day, Sept. 13th, 8:00 p.m., 520 N.
September 19, 20, 23 (Students who man and C. T. Tal. Thursday, September 19, 1968: U. S. Ashley. All welcome. Call 665-4676 if
will have elected 55 hours or more by Barry Lloyd Vercoe, Music: Composi- Air Force-All graduates, at all levels, you need transportation
the end of the current term should tion, Title: "Digressions", on Friday, men only, Sept. 19 and 20, for Officer UM YAF Meeting, Sept. 15th, 3:00
check the schedule for making appoint- Sept 13 at 11 a.m. in rm. 2019 School Programs in all areas, most interested p.m., 3 r-s or union, film strip: "The
ments with concentration advisors in of Music, Chairman: R. L. Finney. in pilot and navigation areas. Berkeley Revolution."
1223 Angell Hall): Fenstemacher replac- Jackson Taylor Beatty, Psychology, Friday, September 20, 1968: U. S. Air Graduate Outing Club, Meets Sun-
ing McKibben (A-K of his group), Gar- Dissertation: "Visual Evoked Poten- Force, see Tues. and Thus. listing above. day at 2:00 p.m. on Huron St. side of
likov replacing McKibben (L-Z of his tials: Changes Induced by Stimulus INTERVIEWS AT OTHER OFFICES Rackham Bldg. Hiking and canoeing.
grouu), Hartsuff (Med. Tech.), Hawk, Grouping, Metacontrast and Apparent Tuesday and Wednesday, September At 7:30 in Outing Club room in Rack-
Hinchey, Jensen replacing Morris, Keil- Motion," on Friday, Sept. 13 at 2 p.m. 24 and 25, 1968: U. S. Air Force inter- ham, election of officers and supper.
er, Leisenring, Leo, Mermier replacing in Conference Room, MHRI, Chairman: --- -- - - --
Michot, Mullin. W. R. Uttal. - - -
September 24, 25, 26: Nissen, Rein- Donald John Harvey, Chemical En-
muth (PreBus.) replacing Arnett, Sabo, gineering, Dissertation: "The Measure-
Schwarz, Schryer replacing Ullman, ment of the Thermodynamic Activities
Smith, C., Stephenson replacing Ege, of the Bismuth, Indium, Silver Binary
Sullivan replacing Rockaway, Whaley, Alloys by Absorption of ResonanceA I1i 1r
Withese theeysayh.er Lines from Hollow Cathode Sources," 7 H1 1 1 1'.I N I IK (.,)1
During each of these three day per- on Friday, Sept. 13 at 2:30 p.m. in
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