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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

Saturday, September 28, 1968

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Detroit convention
to stress Dem unity

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tion. However, he expects the or-
ganization will probably not en-
dorse any candidate but concen-
trate on post-November plans.
The McCarthy write-in move-
ment met with favorable responses
in a number of residential a eas
that have been canvassed, accord-
ing to Prof. Mark Ross of the
Reaetor,
raiates
peace
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fected chicken meat to check for
sterilization.
Prof. T. V. Buttrey of the clas-
sical studies department used the
neutrons streaming from the re-

physics department. In Royal
Oak and Ann Arbor, a majority
of people contacted have accepted
leaflets with attached stickers
containing the names of Sen.
Eugene McCarthy and 21 electors.
Michigan has 21 votes in the
electoral college; votes cast for
Vice President Humphrey or Rich-
ard Nixon count only as votes for
the 21 Democratic or Republican,
electors.
The McCarthy write-in stickers.
have electors' names because tVeI
deadline for registration with the
state has already passed, accord-
ing .to Marvin Marshak, Grad.
The Attorney General's office leas
not ruled yet on- whether the:
write-in votes will be counted.
Zolton A. Ferency, former state
Democratic chairman, appears on
both the write-in slate and the
Iregular Democratic Party elec-
tors. The Attorney General still'
has not ruled on whether Feren-

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SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 28
fPay Calendar
Cinema Guild: Marlon Brando and
Anna Magnani in The Fugitive King
(from Hennessee Willianms' Orpheus De-
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7:00 and 9:05 p.m.
Professional Theatre Program: APA
Repertory Company in Moliere's The
Misanthrope: Lydia Mendelssohn Thea-
ter, 8:00 p.m.
School of Music Concert: Contein-
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lespie. Sunday 1:30 p.m. Martin Lu- cal Sci. Administrator, degree, pref.
ther King - "Sermon on Peace", a adj., and 3 years min. exper. Supv.
repeat broadcast of the CBC Massey Materials Engr., degree and 3 years in
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Initial telecast in Detroit: 12:00 Noon, MBA, indust. rel. bekrnd. 0-4 years ex-
WWJ-TV, Channel 4: "in-Out-Rouand- per. communic., community relations.
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Lansing, openings at different grades,
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Doct ralin acctg. pref. exper.
Salem Free Public Library, Salem.
ExaminaLtio s N.J. - Services to County, exchange
service, certificate cred. necess under
N.J. rules, exper not necess.
William Lee Gekoski, Psychology, Dis- Committee to Promote Action, (CO.I
sertation: "Associative and Translation PACT), Flint, iMch. - Accountant, de-t
Habils of Bilinguals as a Function of gree and 2 years, min, 1 year supv..
Language Acquisition Contexts," at 9 public acctg, or exper with govn't is
a.m., Saturday, September 28, in Room ;desired, or adv. degree in acctg.
330 Nickels Arcade, Chairman: K. F. Physics International Company, San
Riegel. Leandro, Calif. - Engineers and Phy-
sicsits for pulsed power and electron
beam technology and dynamic high- '
Ptlacem en. pressure studies.
Personnel Services, client in Chicagoy

a~rea- Director of ellrsonnel and In-'
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custom desig;ned heavy mtachinery wvith
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2,000 employees.
Bristol Township Sclool Distriwt, Bris-
tol, Pa. - Writer for writer-in residence
programn in high school. 6 mno. Dec.
68-May 69. time on own work, and
1, tume with students and teachers in
small, non-classroom groups.
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Officially open Oct. 1. Come in and
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Interview Visits: October 2
The Naval Underwater Weapons Re-
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talk with BS MS students in Chem
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on Tuesday, October 2. If you are in-
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October 7:
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Leonard Greenbaum, assistant fused to take an oath of lryalty p.m., /Football - The U-M vs. Duke,I
director of the Phoenix Project, to the nominee, Humphrey. He 'with Tom Hemingway giving the play-
says faculty members, 65 graduate maintains that he is uncommitted by-play report from Durham, N. C.5:00t
p.m. Jazz Revisited - Hazen Schu-
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Funds for the Project come froin..:
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vate donors. The Ford Motor Co.,/1 ORGANIZATION NOTICES
Detroit Edison, and Westinghouse
are long-time contributors. na
"Private donors are increasing- .:
ly hard to come by," Greenbaum Bach Club meeting, Thursday, Octo- 28, 3:00 p.m. Guild House: Organiza-
says, "especially for unrestricted her 3, 8:00 pm.; Guild House, 802 tional rehearsal and meeting. Bring in-
,Monroe. Speaker: Dr. Thomas Taylor, strument, stand, and music. More in-
inoney. "Mozart's 'Band Music' ". Jelly donuts formation call 764-3015.
He said the Project itself will and conversation afterwards. For fur- *
grant about $60,000 for research ther information call 769-2922 or 769- Psychologists for Action and Social
this fiscal year. 0995. , . Responsibility Meeting Friday, Septem-
"We have a small'*eactor build- n * ber 27, 12:00 noon, Room 3D Michigan
"W h s- University Lutheran Chapel: 1511Union. Purpose: Discuss specific pro-
ing," Martin says, glancing from Washtenaw: Sunday Services, Septem- ject and plan how to implement them.
the pool to the control booth," but her 29, at 9:30 and 11:00 a.m. Rev. *
we are not hampered." Alfred Scheips, Pastor; Sermon, "hod's Hillel Foundation, 1429 Hill Street.
Promissory Notes" Communion at 11:00 Saturday, September 28, Traditional
Laboratories'in a building on- a.m, service. Services at 9:00 a.m.
nected to the reactor have rooms *
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prehensive library, and life-science Organization. Supper Program at 1511 Sunday, September 29, Deli House
Washtenaw, Sept. 29, at 6:00 p.m. (Delicatessen) at 6:00 p.m.'
laboratories. Speaker: Mr. Donald Busarow (min-*& *
A visitor to the facilities is first ister of music at Outer Drive F a i t h University of Michigan Amateur Ra-
given a film badge to measure the Lutheran Church in Detroit) on jazz dio Club meeting, Wednesday, October
a and folk masses. 4, 7:00 p.m., Room 2084 East Engineer.
adgen dentalX-ra yn fnim. tE Bach Club Ensemble, Saturday, Sept. ing Bldg.
badge is dental X-ray film. Em- .®.__---
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and change the film once a
month.
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the ;reactor building the visitor
passes an orange door that can be
sealed in event of a radiation DANCING
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Andy earned his B.S.E.E. in 1966. Today,
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"Engineering was my first love," Andy says,
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