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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

Thursday, September 19, 1968

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, .rrrr:. x; ,,t x.. F .,:..£ r."a.::'tStaff Parking Notice: A new staff Metal Complexes of Ethers, Thioethers many different levels of respon, BA ENGINEERING PLACEMENT SERVICE
parking lot has been recently opened and Dithiolates," on Thursday. Sept. and MA in areas of soc. wk., psych. 128 H, West Engrg. Bldg.
CAI~fO FAIIL at the corner of Jefferson at Thomp- 19 at 9:30 a.m. at 3003 Chemistry, State of Utah: Land use analyst in
son Streets. Capacity for this lot is Chairman: P. G. Rasmussen. state highway dept., degree In CE. September 26, 1968: 11M 11
19 cars. The restrictions are enforced -- City, Regional or urban ' planning.; Indiana & Michigan Electric Co.
BULLETIN by the Ann Arbor Police from 6 a.m -Weights and measures inspector in (American Electric Power System
to 6 p.m., Monday through Friday, and t dept. of agric, bus. courses or mktg.
Saturday 6 am to 12 in(noon). U of 'iAalytcCSevice Inc
vrt::M:rk ang . in :."::2 m :noon). U. of (*( e menmajor and some related exper, stat.. A ti Se s &EcG
Mparking office, know.a Continental Aviation & Engineering G
The Daily Official Bulletin is an Intramural Sports Department: Main GENERAL VSION ternaoa rA e rg ency Cor
official publication of the Univer- Gymnasium is open for general use Current Position Openings receive specn, Ainwstetreatment research for Corn Products Co.
sity of Michigan for which The during regular building hours until CuretPoionOeng rceei Vienna, Austria, PhD plus 10-15 years Outboard Marine Corp.l
by General Division. by mail and exper. Radiobiologist for Quito, Ecua- Rauland Corp. - Sudsid. of Zenith BElA M A S
Michigan Daily assumes no editor- further notice. phone, please call 764-7460 for further dor. Zenith Radio Corp.
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fore 2 p.m. of the da preceding Love, reativity: Hope of Mankind Rockford, Ill, positions in Big Rapids, will be held in Buffalo, New York on ORGANIZATION NOTICES 9 GLORIOUS NIGHTS
publication and by 2 p.m. Friday "Creativity in Literature", -with Prof, Mich. - Cost Accountant, trainee posi- November 9, 1968. Application deadline Christian Science Organization Meet-
for Saturday and Sunday. General Henri Peyre, Yale. Friday, 11:00 am tion. processing, inventory of r a w is October 18, 1968. These are open to Ighrsayce:Oran.atoMee44
Notices may be published a ma- the Eleventh Hour (repeated at 7 p.m.) stock, labor efficiency. fine advance- all teacher candidates who will have ing, Thursday, E:30 p.m. Room 3445
mmotw ti oreus; EBurrowshosts(and hour at of news ws 7ment opportunity with producer of completed all requirements for New SAB 19900
Calendar tems appear once only. and conversation aunt the arts and Hush-Puppies and related products. York State provisional certification by Bach Club Meeting: Thurs., Sept.
uenr organizationenoticesare not literatue. sSpciala guests:tRhber t Pref. BA degrees in Econ. Bus. Ad. August 31, 1969. For teachers in: Ele- 19th, 8:00 p.m., Guild House, 802 Mon-
accepted for publication. For more Iglehart, Chairman U-M Dept. of Art; or similar bkrnd mentary, Secondary, Mentally Retard- roe St. Pogram: election of officers for
information call 764-9270. William Drake School of Natural Re- State of Michigan: Administrative ed, Remedial Speech, Physically Handi- fall term; performance by GinkN
- - sources, on "Aesthetics of City Plan- Analysts, several levels, BA in bus. ad.,l capped, Industrial, Technical, Voca- Gerova (flute) ad John Harvith INCLUDES:
THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 19 ning". Friday, 1:00 p.m. From The or pub. ad. 'pref. Exper may be in thisjtional Subjects, Art, Library Science, (pIano)' of Bach's Sonata I in B Minor
Midway - 'The Economic Conse-c area, and degree in gen. lib. arts. Spec- Phys. Ed., Music, Industrial Arts, Home for flute and clavier. Jelly donuts and * Round trip jet air fre
quences of Apartheid", with P r o f. ial Education Consultant, MA in spec. Economics. For further information conversation afterwards. For further in-
Edgar Brookes, University of Natal. 9:45 ed, soc. wk, rehabilit. couns., and contact the Placement Services at 3200 formation call 769-2922 or Randy at
za e a rBoesUnvriyoNaa.94 ed so.w.rhbitcon.an SAB.Bidn -76-7459. 761-0828. Q Nights aCCommod-
p.m., U-M Center for Chinese Studies: teachers certificate, two years in con- --- B--Building 764 - - -US
Open House for the Amphibian Fa- Mainland Chine Seminar - Richard sulatative or admin. capac in spec. ed., . in at the faus
cility in honor .of Dr. T. Kawamura: Solomon, Asst. Prof. Pol. Sci., on "The PhD. and spec ed. teaching exper also. Freeport Inn
Argus Building, 3:00 to 5:00 p.m. Character of Chinese Communist Civil engineer, CE registration in Mich, Ce -R ECR EAT IC N PROGRAM
Mental Health Research Institute Sem- Foreign Policy". and 2-3 years exper. Great hours
inar: Otto Z. Sellinger, Research State of Veriont: PublicInformation EahCO-RECREATION h
Pharmaologist, Mental Health Re- Officer, A and 2 years in news writ- Extension of PUPROGRAM n PLUS
search Institute: "Interactions of Drugs octora ing, publicity, publ, rel., for Dept. of Friday nights at Waterman Gymnasium. L P
with Brain Particles and lembranes", Employment Security. Chief of State-
345 p.m., 1057 MHRI. Exam inations Wide Information Project, BA and 6 Time: 7:30-10:30 P.M. $50 Holds YourReservations
Zoology Lecture: Dr. Mahlon E. Krie- years in planning complex programs. (Open to University students & staff)
bel, Albert Einstin College of Medicine, Frederick William Roos, Aerospace Chief of Social Service, MSW and 4 . alable: CALL:
will speak on "Neurophys'ology of Engineering, Dissertation: "An Experi- years. Chief of personnel recruitment Thefolleyba l aintoBasetball, Table-Tennis'
Oculomnotor Neurons in Teleosts" at mental Investigation of the Unsteady and examinations, B9 and 5 years in Vlebl. amnoBseblTbeTniYu apsRpeettv
4:00 p.m.,1400 Chemistry Bluilding. Flows about Spheres and Disks," on similar work. Training and enforce- -Wt. Training, Squash, Track, and Exercise pulleys
Cinema Guild: Andrzej Wajda's Si- Thursday, Sept. 19 at 9 a.m. in Room ment officer for large forest fire or- The use of shower rooms, temporary lockers, & DICK RI NI, 769-0226
berian Lady Macbeth: Architecture 2075 East Engineering, Chairman: W. ganization, degree in forestry. Auditor, towels is also available.
Auditorium, 7:00 and 9:05 p.m. W. Willmarth. two levels. BA with and without exper. Competition is open primarily to foreign students only
Departments of Chemical Engineering Walter Robert scheidt, Chemistry, Local Organization: Personnel serv- P h fall & ter t STUDENTOURS, 886-0844
and Bostatistics Lecture: Brice Carna- Dissertation: "Part I: The Crysta and ing physically and mentally handicap-Prgr
hans Associate Professor of Chemical Molecular Structure of Dichoroethy- ped, Trainees, Counselors, Clinical For further information, call 764-9318
Engineering and Blost ,tistics, "An -l lenedimorpholine-cobalt (II) Part IcI: Psychologists, many areas of the state,_
troduction to Computers, the Fortran-_-_-_-_---_-.-_-.-_-_-
IV Language and the Michigan Ter-
minal System": Natural Science Audi-
torium, 7:30 to 9:30 p.m.
Professional Theatre Program: Mo-
liere's The Misanthrope: Lydia Men-
delssohn Theater, 8:00 p~m.
General Notices

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Columbia students bE

campu polie clash,
(continued from page one) bers view the promise to drop t
dicates that the concessions have charges as a sign of the adm
done just that. istration's bad faith: The city w
Cordier's plans to have tres- requested to drop minor charg
pass charges dropped against 400 but District Attorney Frank
demonstrators and to re4admit Hogan', a Columbia trustee, .
half the suspended students, as fused this request.
well as including more students in However, the executive comm
the decision-making proces of tee of the faculty senate yest
seveyal schools and departnents, day commended the administ
are scorned by radicals but itaken tion and trustees for "committ
more seriously by faculty mem- themselves to fundamental str
bers and more moderate students. tural change at Columbia."
SDS and strike committee mem- Steve Silberblatt, - a spokesm

the
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Regents to
fund E,.Q'.
(Continued from page one)
rooms would be created, one on
each corridor.
The Residential College has thus
far received a total of $260.000
from University' general construc-
tion funds for renovation of East
Quadrangle.
The Residential College in East
Quad was originally intended to
be only temporarily housed in
East Quad, with a move to new
quarters on'North Campus sched-
uled for August 1969.
However, the plans were shelv-
ed in November, 1967 as a result
of a lack of funds. /
The present financing proposal
does not include plans for possi-
ble buying up of leases on apart-
ments near the college for juniors
and seniors. No decision has been
made as yet on accommodations
for upperclassmen in the college.
Robertson said the proposal sets
a precedent because it is the first
time dorm. fee money has been
requested for improvement of ex-
isting facilities rather than cre-
ating additional space.

for Students For a Restructured
University (SRU), told yesterday's
noon rally that "while the SRU
agrees with the demands of SDS,"
the group still opposes SDS reli-
ance on "confrontation politics
which limits us to responding to
moves by the administration."
Columbia's militants, neverthe-
less, have high hopes for their
movement. Last night they sched-
uled the opening session of a week
long international conference of
student radicals.
Tuesday night Rudd told his
audience, Columbia "is at a point
where we can go on to speak to
the social and cultural needs of
this country. In the next few days
we must decide how far we want
to take the struggle."
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PROF IT--
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Student Government Council: The
approval of the following strident spon-
sored events becomes effective after
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 avail-
able in rooms 1001 and 1546 of the
Student Activities Building.
Alpha Delta Phi: Lawn Dance, 9 - 13
at Alpha Delta Phi House, 5 - 7 p.m.
U. of M. Marxist Discussion Group, 9
- 14, Multipurpose Room, UGLI, 7:30
p.m.
Alpha Phi: Open House, 9 - 21, 4 -6
p.m., 1830 Hill.
Gamma Phi Beta Sorority: Open
House, 9 - 21, 4 - 6 p.m.. 1520 S. Uni-
versity.
Indian Student Association, Movie
9 - 21, 7:30 p.m. Physics-Astro Audito.
Delta Phi Epsilon: Mademoiselle
Magazine Fur Fashion Show: 10 - 8.
7:30 p.m., Michigan League.
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