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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

Sunday, September 15, 1968

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DAILY OFFICIAL BULLETIN

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ily on Sept. 24.
INTERVIEWS TIE WEEK OF
SEPTEMBER 2 THROUG11 27
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SUNDAY, SEPTEMBER 15
Radio Astronomy Observatory Open
House: G. W. Brandie and M. Stull will
demonstrate the 85-foot radio tele-
scope: 10280 'North Territorial Road,.
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School of Music: Mu Phi and Sigma
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Cinema Guild: Michaelangelo An-
tonioni's Ii Grido: Architecture Audi-
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MONDAY, SEPTEMBER 16
No Events Scheduled.
General Notices
TV Center program: On Sunday,
Sept. 15 the following program pro-
duced by the TV Center will have its

initial telecast in Detroit:. 12:00 Noon,
WWJ-TV, Channel 4) - "In-Out-Round-
About: Art Goes Public." A look at
what happens when contemporary art
moves out of the museum-and into
the marketplace.,
Broadcasting Service: Radio Station
WUOM-FM, (91.7 Mc.) 11 a.m. to 11 p.m.
daily Sunday (9/15) 1:30 p.m. Martin
Luther Ling - "Youth Action and Con-
science", a repeat brdadcast of the
CBC Massey Lectures, recorded by Dr.
King before his death. 4:00 p.m. Library
of Congress Lectures - Rod Serling dis-
cusses the mass media and the 20th
century writer.
Center for Russian, and East
1luropean Studies Lecture: Gyorgy
Ranki, Deputy Director, Institute of
History, Hungarian Academy of
Sciences, "The Industrial Revolution
in Eastern Europe Before World War
I", ':10 p.m., Tuesday, Sept. 17, 1968,
200 Lane Hall.
L. S. & A. JUNIOR - SENIOR'
, 'COUNSELING OFFICE ,
ADVANCED CLASSIFICATION
APPOINTMENTS*
In an effort to minimize the time re-
quired to make appointments with
counselors for Winter Term elections
and to help reduce the lines involved,
the Junior-Senior Counseling Office 4n
the College of Literature, Science, and,
the Arts has initiated a procedure for
making these appointments. As you
will note below, the field, of concentra-
tion hae been listed in four group-
ings. If you will find your field of con-
I centration in the lists and determine,
your group number, you will be able to

select the appropriate dates on which
you may appear to make an appoint-
ment.
Group I: Astronomy, Cellular Biology
(Srs. in dept), Chemistry, Classical
Studies, Far Eastern Lang & Lit., Far
Eastern Studies, Geography, Geology,
History of Art, Linguistics, Near East-
ern Lang. & Lit., Microbiology, Russian
Studies, Slavic Lang. & Lit., Studies in
Relgion, Physics, Zo6logy,+
Group II: American Culture, Com-
munication Science, English, English
T.C., Mathematics, Mathematics T.C.,
Philosophy, Social Work.
Group II: Biology, Botany, Econom-
ics, History, History T.C., Journalism,
Political Science.
Group IV: Cellular Biology (Jrs,
Only),. French, German, Music Lit., Pre-
Dent., Pre-Legal, Pre-Med, Pre-Profes-
sional, Psychology, Romance Lang. T.C.,
Sociology, Spanish, Speech, Speech Cor-
rection.
Graduating Seniors (that is, those
graduating in April, 1969 may appear
on the dates indicated below to make
their appointments. Group I: Sept. 1$
thru Sept. 23-appointments made in
appropriate dept office; Group II: Sept,
16, 17-appointments made at 1223
Angell Hall; Group III: Sept. 18, 19--
appointments made at 1223 Angell Hall;
Group IV: Sept. 20, 23-appointments
made at 1223 Angell Hall.
Second Semester Sophomores, All
Juniors, and All Seniors (who have not
previously made appointments) appear
on the dates indicated below to make
their appointments. Group I: Sept. 24
thru Oct. 1-appointments made in ap-
propriate dept. office; Group II: Sept.
24, 25-appointments made at 1223 An-
gell Hall; Group III: Sept. 26, 27-ap-
pointments made at 1223 Angell Hall;
Group IV : Sept, 30, Oct. 1-appoint-
ments made at 1223 Angell Hall. ,
In order to -facilitate this procedu~re
it, will be necessary to maintain strict
adherence to the above sch'edule and,
for you to appear in person .to make
the appointment. Students who do
not make an appointment during the
scheduled periodl for their group will
have to wait until October 2 or there-
after.
Although you are asked to make your
appointment as per the above schedule,
you will not be at a disadvantage if
you are in one of the later groups
since all the appointment times (from
September 30 - December 2) for your
field of concentratipn will be available
on the first day your group is sched-
uled to make' appointments.
Students wishing to see a counselor
regarding current elections or related
matters before advanced classification
beginsgshould see the regular reception-
ist in 1223 Angell hall or the appro-
priate departmentalsecretary to make
an appointment.
*Students with less than 55 hours
elected at the end of the current term

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should follow the appointment pro-
cedure arranged by the Freshman-
Sophomore Counseling Office, 1213 An-
gell Hall. All Honors program stu-
dents, should disregard these proced-
ures and make their advanced classi-
fication appointments in 1210 AngellI
Hall beginning on September 16.
* * *

U.S. Marines-men and women for
Marine Corps Officer Programs. All de-
3. Interim Report of the Committee on gree levels, any major, Dec., April, and
Communications Media (This report June grAduates.
was distributed to you in a separate Tuesday, September 24, 1968
mailing on September 3 and was also U.S. Marines, see Mon. listing above.
reproduced in its entirety in the Wednesday, September 25, 19681
September 4 issue of The Michigan U.S. Marines, See Mon. listing above.
Daily.)b iThursday and Friday, Sep. 26 - 27, 1968
4. University Budget (faculty salaries No interviews presently scheduled at
and tuition), s Placement Services, 3200 S.A.B.:

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L. S. & A. FRESHMEN AND
SOPHOMORES ADVANCEDF
CLASSIFICATION FOR Doctoral
WINTER TERM 1968
In an effort to minimize the time Exa n ations
required to make appointments withj
counselors for Winter Term elections Jean Ralph Moore, Education, Dis-
and to help reduce the lines 'involved, sertation: "An Analysis of Teacher and
the Counselor's Office for Freshmen pupil Verbal Behavior and Teacher
and Sophomores in the College of Liter- Procedural and Evaluative Behavior int
ature, Science, and the Arts follows Relation to Objectives Unique to the
the procedure listed below for'making PSSC and Non-PSSC Physics Curri-2
these appointments. Students are asked cula," on Monday, Sept. 16 at 10 a.m
to make appointments., in person at in Room 3015 U.H.S., Chairmanr: B. E.
1213 Angell Hall according to their as- Voss.
signed counselor as indicated in the Donald Pollard Ballo, Mathematicss
following schedule: Dissertation: "Solutions to Nonlineart
September 16, 17, 18: (Students in Hyperbolic Cauchy Problems without
the Honors Program should disregard Cpnvexity Conditions," on Monday,
this schedule and make appointments September 16 at 1 p.m. in Room 418
at the Honors Office, 1210 A.H. starting West Engineering, Co-Chairmen: Na-
September 16.) Allen replacing Braun, thaniel Coburn and J. A. Smoller. t
Austin, Bassett replacing Field, Binkert
replacing Paslick, Clark, Cottrell replac-
ing, Fabian, Cowen, Cressey, Denton re- P acement
placing Morzenti, Deskins replacingI
Clarkson, Hoad (PreBus.). - . 3200 S. A. B.
September 19, 20, 23 (Students who GENERAL DIVISION
will have elected 55 hours or more by Placement Services Registration Meet-
the end of the current term should ings: To acquaint students, under-
check the schedule for making appoint- graduate and graduate, with Placement
ments with concentration advisors in: Services. Explanations of aids in career
1223 Angell Hall): Fenstemacher replac- planning from the counseling, decision
ing McKibben (A-K of his group), Gar making stages, through interviewing,
likov replacing McKibben (L-Z of his application, and final acceptance of
grouu), Hartsuff (Med. Tech.), Hawk, the position. All areas of the Services
.Hinchey, Jensen replacing Morris, Keil- will be represented, General Placement,
er, Leisenring, Leo, Mermier replacing Teacher Placement, Summer Place-
Michot, Mullin ment, and Career Counseling. Tuesday,
September 24, 25, 2: Nissen, Rein- September 17, 1968. 3:00 and 4:00 meet-
muth (PreBus.) replacing Arnett, Sabo, ings. Auditorium D, Angell Hall. All
Schwarz, Schryer replacing Ullman, members of the University Community
Smith, C., Stephenson replacing Ege, welcome. Get started on this all im-
Sullivan replacing Rockaway, Whaley, portant task early, let Placement Serv-
1Wilson (Phys.Th.). - ices help you.
During each of these three day per- Placement Interviews: The following
iods, three clerks will be making ap- organizations will interview at Place-
pointments for specified counselors. ment Services, the representatives ex-
Students who have not received letters pect to see at least a vita sheet on
indicating their assigned counselor interviewees, therefore, if you are not
should check with the receptionist. already registered with the General 9
Sophomores will meet with t h e I r Division, please stop in and let us pro-
counselors starting September 30 and vide you with the proper materials.
freshmen will meet with their coun- Please call 763-1363 to make appoint-
seors starting October 28 (after mid- ments by phone, or stop in and make
term grades). n order to facilitate this appt. in person. Make appts as soon
procedure it will be neessary to main- as possible, none accepted after 4 p.m.
tain strict adherence to the above day preceding visit.
schedule. At the start of each three Ionday, September 16, 1968: U.S.
'day period the full range of dates for MnaSpebr1,16:US
appointments with the counselors in- Navy: Dc., April & June grads, Men and
v olved will be available. Freshmen and women, all degrees at all' levels for
sophomores desiring to see a counselor O.C.S. Programs, Surface and Air.
regarding current elections or related Tuesday, September 17, 1968: U.S.
r matters should ask the receptinist for Navy, see Mon. listing above. U.. AIR
appointments. FORCE-All graduates, at all' levels,
TIE UNIVERSITY OF MICHIGAN Women only Sept 17 and 20th, for,
SENATE ASSEMBLY! non-obligatory positions for A.F Of-
Monday, Sept. 16 - 3:15 p.m. ficers.
WetCneec oom Wednesday, September 18, 968: U.S.
Rackham - 4th floor Navy, see Mon. listing above.
AGENDA . Thursday, September 19, 1968: U.S.
. Committee Appointments. Air Force-All graduates, at all levels,
2. Regental Bylaw Proposals men only, Sept. 19 and 20, for Officer
Programs in all areas, most interested
in pilot and navigation areas.
Friday, September 20, 1968: U.S. Air
IMPORTANT NOTICE Force, see Tues. and Thur. listing above.
I INTERVIEWS AT OTHER OFFICES
TO ALL Tuesday and Wednesday, September
YOUNG DEMOCRATS 24 and 25. 1968: U.S. Air Force inter-
views at Bus. Admin. Placement Of-
SPEIALMEBERHI MET- fices, 271 Bus. Ad. Call 764-1372 forI
A SPECIAL MEMBERSHIP MEET- appts. and further information; Women
ING will be held Tuesday, Sept. for officers interviewed on Sept. 25.
17, 8 P.M. in UGLI Multipurpose
Room, to consider an Executive
Board resolution on the advisobil-3
tion ! in. the national Presidential
campaign. Only paid members will Cam pus Mi or
be allowed to vote.
(signed) Cecily S. Becker Soles ond Service
President
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ENGINEERING PLACEMENT SERVICE
Make interview appointment at Room
128 H, West Engrg. Bldg. unless other-
wise specified.
September 16 and 17, 1968
Texas Instruments, .1nc. Equipment
Group, Dallas and Houston, Texas.
Engineering Placement Meeting: No.
2. "Engineering Careers." The differ-
ent kinds of careers for engineers, and
how td decide which you should follow.
Second of four meetings. Primarily for
seniors and graduate students, but open
to all interested. Professor J. G. Young.
September 17, 4:00 pm. and 7:30 pm
in Room 311, West Engineering Build-
ing (Afternoon and evening meetings
will be the same.)
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Speaks to Ann Arbor-Sept. 16-17
Dr, D. T. Niles, who was recently elected President of the World Council of
Churches, is one of the world's principal lenders of the ecumenical movement.
MONDAY SEPTEMBER 16-5 P.M.-Service at St. Mary's Chapel and meeting with Newman
Student Association 8 P.M.-Address-Discussion "AN ASIAN CHRISTIAN LOOKS AT THE
U.S."-First Presbyterian Church, 1432 Washtenaw, Social Hall. TUESDAY, SEPTEMBER 17
-Noon Luncheon-Discussion, International Center. "STUDENTs PARTICIPATION IN THE
ASIAN REVOLUTION.,,
Reservations Needed: 662-5529
4:15 P.M--"HEAR IT AS IT ISI China, Vietnam, Indonesia: One Asian's Perspective"-A
question period will follow the address. Trueblood Auditorium.
8 P.M.=Address-Discussion-"IS THE CHRISTIAN CHURCH; RELEVANT. OR IMPORTANT
IN THE WORLD REVOLUTION?"-First Presbyterian Church, Social Hull, 1432 Washtenaw
CO-SPONSORS: Office of Religious Affairs and Ecumenical Campus Center. Dr. Niles' visit is made possible
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