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Wednesday, October 9, 1968

THE MICHIGAN DAILY

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WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 9 Institute: Registration: Lobby, Rack-
ham Building, 9:30 aim
Department , of Anatomy Seminar:
Day Calendar Charles 7t,. Brace, Department of An-
thropology, "Early Man": 2501 East
FLU HOTSMedical Building, 1:10 p.m.
FLUoSHOTS Seminar: Dr. Lucille Shapiro,
There-will be a "Flu Shot" Clinic at Dept. of Molecular Biology, Albert Ein-
the. Health Service, Wednesday, Oc- stein College of Medicine, "Host Fac-
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E. C. Case Memorial Lecture: Dr. El-
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inar: "Management of Managers, Pro- University, "Recent discoveries Perti-
gram No. 70": North Campus Corn- nent to the history of Higher Pri-
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Municipal Finance Officers Training p.im

School of Music: The Stanley Quar-
tet, (Qilbert Ross, Violin; Gustave Ros-
seels, Violin; Robert Courte, Viola;
Jerof e Jelinek, Cello. Rackham Lecture
Hall, $ :00 pm.
General Notices
Broadcasting Service: WUOM Radio
(91.7 Mc.) 11 a .m. to 11 p.m. daily.
Wednesday 11:00 am. The Eleventh
Hour (repeated at 7 p.m.) Ed Burrows
hosts an hour o fnews and conversa-
tion about the arts and literature.
Guest: Benjamin Khoo, Supervisor of
Music in the Sli~gapore Schools. Wed-
nesday 1:00 p.m. The U-M Conference
on Aging. Margaret Clark of the Lang-
ley Porter europsychiatric Inst., San
Francisco, on "The Aged in American
Culture". Wednesday 4:45 p.m. Campus

y. Mental Health Research Institute
SSeminar: Peter .Kugel, Electronic Sys-
.z tes Laboratory, M.I.T., "Inducts e
Logic," 3:45 p.m., Thursday,° October 10,
I 1968, 1057, MHRI.
Physical Chemistry Seminar: Arnold
S. P'rostak, "The Thin Film Gold Elec-
,w s ~ ".4 trode - A New Tool for Simultaneous
.. Electrochemical and Internal Ref lec-
News, produced by department of, tion Spectrometric Measurements," 4:00
speech studenits. Wednesday 8:00 p.m.I p.m., Thursday. October 10. 1200 Chem-
Stanley Quartet Concert, broadcast istry.
live from Rackham Lecture Hall. Thurs- Mr. Joseph L. Hudson, 3r., President.
rday, 1:00 p~m. Peace, Love, Creativity: The J. 'L. Hudson Company. will pre-
Hope of Mankind'- "Existential Man", sent the Third Annual William K. Mc-
with Prof. William Barrett, N.Y. ini- Inally Memorial Lecture sponsored by
v3rsity. Thursday 5:155 5p.m. U-M The University of Michigan's Graduate
Feature Story with Jack Hamilton. School of Business Administration on
The following law schools will send' October 10, at 4:00 n.m. in the Rack-
representatives to the Michigan campus ham Lecture Hail. All University su
St-to discuss programs and admission po1- dents and faculty are invited.
icies of their respective schools with Computing Center Short Course on
prospective applicants. Monday, Oct. General Purpose Simulation System/
14: Cornell University; Tuesday, Oct. 360 (GPSS/360): GPSSI360 is a prob-
15, Northws tern University GogenSchool of lem-oriented language which faclli-'
La;Tuesday, Ot 2 ereonUi tates computer modeling of discrete
versity School of Law; Monday. Nov. 4: systems. The language is avails~blr" in
Case Western Reserve;, Thursday,_ Oct. the Michigan Terminal System. The
10: University of Virginia School of capabilities cf the language ,w.111 be
Law. Appointments may be arranged described and illustrated with fully,
with Mrs. Towle in 1223 Angell Hall or documented case studies in a series of
oy calling 764-0312. , three evening lectures being held on

Wediae-day. October 16; Wednesday,
October 23; anld Wednesday, October
.sO. "he 'lectures will be held from 7:00
-9:45 in Room 130 in The Graduate
School of Business Administration.
Thomas J. Schriber, Assistant Profes-
sor of Statistics, will be the lecturer.
The lectures are free and are open to
all 'inter ested faculty, staff, and stu-
dents at the University. Some exper-
z xe Iu computer programming and a
grasp of elementary concepts in pro-
b t~y r nd statistics is pre-supposed.
Doctoral
Examinations
Barbara Adele Gans Tversky, Psy-
c'.; logy. Disser~atlon: "Pictorial and
Verbal Encoding in Short Term Me-
inory." on Wednesday, October 9 at
9 a.m. in Conference Room, Perry
BLilding, Chairman: A. W. Melton.
John Demetrius Vergados, Physics.
D 3 ,etation: "SU(3) Techniques f or
Shell Model Studies and the Spectra of
A equals "25 Nuclei," on Wednesday,
Oct. 9 at 2 p.m. In Room 618 Physics-
Astronomy, Chairman: K. T. Hecht.

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melting as a last-interview for "udI6
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October 10 and 11:
Union Carbide Chemicals ad '
Plastics: PhD and Pstdoc in all vltaie
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Polymher,. US. Citizenship' is NOT fee.-i
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In Mach, Business, Pysis andJ6
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Summer work. '+
General Motors Reserch LabQo
tortes( MS/Pl!tD in rg. & Phy es,:~
PhD also ilp "e . & norg. Jig& $in
Polymers Elertroheuistry a id ArPo1'.
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Communication Eletroniescs, i
The -Dow Chemical CO
Electronics CommuniatIons, 1n,.,r-
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Music Home Ec., Ind. Arts, and Phlys.
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UM Scottish Country Dance Society,
Dance meeting,' Weds. 8:00 - 10:30 p~tm.,
W.A.B. lounge, instruction givers, be'gin-
ners welcome.
aha'i Student Group, Oct. 11th, 8:10
p.m, 520 N. Ashley, "The New ven-
ment That the Baha'i are Making at the
International and Local Level (we
really~ need one) ". All come.
Industrial Engineering Departmewnt
Seminar Prof essor Don Chaff in w ti
speak on the "Modeling of Humran
Muscle Fatigue." in room 229 West En-
gin.' Bldg: at 3:00 p.m.
University Lutheran Chapel,' Midweek
Service at 1511 Washtenaw on Weds.
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