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Page Eight


Sunday, October 6, 1968

P a e E gtH.I H I A A L

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In a couple of
months, you've got
~a date with the big,
wide. world.
What are you
do~ing next
Friday, October 11?

(Conued trom Page 7) fits, A7030 Hospital. New applications OCTOBER 3, 1968
and changes to existing contracts may Approved: That "Hippies for Wallace"
Geneic Rglain o Chmsoe be made without evidence of insurabil- b ecnzda tdn raia
Pairing"'. 140 p.m..,'302 Special Projects ity. Family members, eligible for cover- tercgnioasasudnn.gnz,
B age, may be added at this time, includ-
lSA Student Steering Committee: Aning those unmarried children over 19 Appointed: Linda Hall, Ginger Naeg-
. ceting~will be held on Monday, but not yet 25 who are income tax de-el, Ted Gillespie, Opal Bailey and Mike
October in room 1011 Angell Hall at pendents. No new applications, chang- Kahn to the Membership Board,
7 pes, or additions will be accepted after Appointed: Jayston Horton, Lee Mary
Six Evenings With the- Professors: this enrollment period until October of Danielson and Scott Schraeger to the
gar E. Willis, Professor, Department 1969, other than for new employees or Membership Tribunal.'
Speech, "Television and the Voter": normal changes in existing contracts Approved: That Article V of the SGC
Amphitheater, Rackham Building, 7:30 made within the allowable 30-day per- Operatin Procedures be amended by
'' . iod. adding "4. Unless other specifically
imchol of Music: Collegium Musicium Flu Shots: There will be a "Flu Shot" stated to the contrary, 'a majority of!
Gilbert Ross, Conductor; Faculty clinic at the Health Service, Wednes- Council' shall mean 'a majority of
prormers from the Voice, String, Or- day, October 9, from 8:00 - 11:30 a.m. Council present and voting' and two-
gan. and Musicology Departments: and 1:00 - 4:30 p.m. The charge is thirds of Council' shall mean 'two-3
Rackham Lecture Hall, 8:00 p.m. $1.50 for students and spouses and $2.00 thirds of Counicil present and voting'."
Women's Research Club: Miss Jane S. for faculty, staff and spouses. Persbns Ai
Schultz, Department of Human Gene- who have had a "Flu Shot" since 1964 Approved: To appoint Ellen Heyboer,
ts Prrotcins Polymorphism, Human ned hanly one this~l htsne16 Daniel Orn, and Stuart Katz to the
ics. 'Potinsd Polymorpism, Huma neeoy oyear. Persons who Committee to Select the Vice President
Variations acnd its Genetic Control," require a second injection this year for Student Services (the chairman,
may obtain it at this time. Bruce Levine, having already been se-
Bldg. Attention: Studerfts planning on do- lected), and to instruct SGC's Admin-
ing their directed teaching during the istrative Secretary to obtain the names
(; i .]iotices Winter Term, 1969. If you have not re- of the faculty representatives already
ceived a note in the mail to report to appointed to that Committee with a
the Directed Teaching Office please view toward having the entire com-
Broadcasting Service: WUOM (91.7 stop as soon as possible in 2292 U.H.S. mittee begin deliberations as soon as
Me,) 11 a.m. to 11 p.m. daily; 11 a.m, If we do not hear from you we will possible.
o 6 pm. Snday. Sunday 1:30 p.m. assume you do not plan on doing your Approved: WHEREAS: We believe
What Must Be Done - "Black-White directed teaching, that in 1968 there is no excuse for agri-
Relations Todamy", with Osborn Elliott, cultural workers to receive less than
editor. Newsweek; Dr. Nathan Wright, STUDENT GOVERNMENT COUNCIL $2,000 per year t in wages, and
Chim., Newark Black Power Conference: The approval of the following stu-, WHEREAS: We. believe in the right
LJames Farmer, former Chin. CORE; and dent sponsored event becomes effective oWEaEl :tounieandtebrt
dridge Waith, N. Y. Police Depart- after the publication of this notice. All of all workers to unionize and to bar-
ment. Sunday 2:00 p.m, Concert - publicity for these events must be gain collectively with their employers,
Cleveland Symphony Orchestra, Karel withheld until the approval has be- and
Ancerl conductor. Monday 11 a.m. The come effective. WHEREAS: The California grape-
Eleventh Hour (repeated at 7 p.m.) Ed Approval request forms for student growers are resisting the attempts of
Burrows hosts an hour of news and sponsored events are available in rooms their employeest to obtain precisely the
conversation about the arts and litera- 1001 and 1546 of the Student Activities above-mentioned rights.
ture. Guest: Robert Warner discussing Building, THEREFORE: We, the Student Gov-
he perforinance of early music. Mon- Michigan Christian Fellowship - ernment Council of the University of
day 1:00 p.m. U-M Hopwood Lecture Lecture - Oct. 4, 1968, 7:30 p.m., Multi- Michigan affirm our support of the
1968 - Poet Denise Levertov on "Origins purpose Room UGLI. California Grape Boycott. We specifi-
of a Poem", a philosophical study of Alpha Fainma Delta, open house, Oct. cally support the efforts of the Ann
her 1961 poem "The Necessity". 5, 4-6 p.m., 826 Tappan. Arbor Grape Boycott Committee to
Notice to Employees of All University , Alpha Chi Omega, lawn dance, Oct. have all California table grapes remov-
Units: Blue Cross - Blue Shield and 5, 4-6 p.m., 1735 Washtenaw. ed from stores in this area until the
Major Medical Expense Insurance Open Couzens Hall: Open mixer, Oct. 11, 9- strike of the California grape-pickers
Em'ollment Period will be held in the 12 p.m. Ann St. is settled. In particular we ask theI
locations below from October 1 through Michigan Union, the Michigan League,
October 14, 1968. Campus - Office of SUMMARY OF ACTION TAKEN and all University dining halls to co-
Stuff Benefits, 1058 LS&A Building, BY STUDENT GOVERNMENT operate in the boycott of California
Medical Center - Office of Staff Bene- COUNCIL AT ITS MEETING table grape.

3s20 S.A.B.
General Division
P1lacnent Interviews: The following
organizations will interview at Place-0
ment Services, the representatives ex-
pect to see at least a vita sheet on in-
terviewees, therefore, if you are n o t
already registered with the General
Division, please stop in and let us pro-
vide you with the proper materials.
Please call 763-1363 to mm ke appoint-
ments by phone, or stop in and make
appt, in person. Make appts. as soon
as possible, none accepted after 4 p.m..
day preceding visit.
. Allstate, Detroit. Mich.: Men. BAS
Econ, Educ., Engl. for Insurance
Claims and Home Office.
Proctor and Gamble Distributing Co.,
Cin, Ohio: Men. BA BS in any field for
inside and territorial sales.
Minnesota National Libe Insurance
- Company, Mpls, Min.: Men and women.
BA BS/MA MS all fields for Claims,
Home Office and Sales of Insurance,
Mgm Trng., Personnel and Pub,
RCA, Cherry Hill, N.J.: Men and
women. BA13ES:MA/MS Chem., Econ.,
Engl., Languages, Gen. Lib. Arts, Hist.,
Math., Physics, Poll. Sci. and Psych.
for EDP and Computer systems a n d
sales training program.
Blue Cross Association, Chicago, Ill.
- Men and women. BA/BS Econ., Gein
'Lib. Arts, Math, Psych, Public Health
and Speech for Insurance, MgnMt. Trng.,
Public Admin., Sales and Statistics
Columbia University N.°Y.C. - Men
and women. Morning only. All areas of
study interested in MBA and PhD in
Business Administration.
Detroit Bank and Trust Company,
Detroit, Mich.: Men and Women. BA/
BS Econ.. Gen. Lib. Arts, Math, Poll
Sci., Psych, Speech Soc. and Soc. Wk.
for Banking and Mgmt. Trng.
A. B. Dick Company, Chicago, Ill.:
Men, BA/BS Econ., Gen. 'bib. Arts, and
Soc. for Mgmt. Trng. Territ. Sales and
Mktg, Trainees.4
R. R. Donnelley and Sons Company,
Chicago, Ill.: Men and Women. BA/BS
Chem., Econ., Math, Physics and Psych
for .Data Procesing, Mgmt. Trng. Territ
Sales-and Customer Services, Price Es-
timating and Jr. Systems Analysis.
Shell Companies, Houston, Texas:
Men and oWmen. BA/.BS Econ and
Math for Data Processing, Personnel,
Purchasnig, Statistics, Transportation,
Finance, Acctg. and Mgmt. Trng,
Michigan Consolidated Gas Company,
Detroit, iMch.: Men and Women. BA/
BS Chem.. Econ.. Math and Physics for.
Mgmt, Trng. Acctg. Programming and
Systems Analysis.

We're Avco Lycoming. We're scouting for engineers.
We'e a leading designer and producer of gas turbine
engines for land, sea and air applications. You'll fly
no doubt about it. The sky's not the limit at Avco
We're after ME's ind EE's both. Men who'd like to
make a great living on the shore of Long Island Sound.
Just 60 miles from New York's "Ftun City". Just a
skip and a hop to Boston. Right in the middle of
graduate school-country. And we'l1 pick upthe tab.

We're a company with extra benefits like nothing
y'ou e ever sen. e could string then out in this ad,
but there'd be scant roon left.
We'll be interviewing on campus. Check the Placement
Oflice for the exact time and location. And in case you.
can't nake the date, take note of.this: 'write College
Relations Coordinator, Dept. 195, Avco Lycoming
Division, Stratford, Connecticut.
We'll open up that big, wide world.

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