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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

Thursday, October 10, 1968

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Whatever else You o
on November 5th
VOTE
MARl:
BRAZER ...
For
a Spirit
of Mutual Trust
and
Commitment .
to Human Needs

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4 sity of Michigan for which The
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lished a maximum of two times on
request; Day Calendar items appear
Sonly once. Student organization
notices are not accepted for publica-
tion. For more information call 764-
9270.
THURSDAY, OCTOBER 10
Day Calendar
Computers Fundamentals Workshop:
Registration: Lobby, Chrysler Center,
8:00 a.m.
Bureau of Industrial Relations Sem-
inar: "Management of Managers, Pro-
gram No. 70": North Campus Commons,
8:15 a.m.
Mni inn Fina Offiar Traininr

A Call for Corporate Action": Rackham
Lecture Hall, 4:00 p.m.
Physical Chemistry Seminar: Arnold
S. Prostak, "The Thin Film G 01 d
Electrode - A New Tool for Simultan-'
eous Electromechanical and Internal
Reflection Spectrometric Measure-
ments," 4:00 p.m., 1200 Chemistry.
Department of History Lecture Series:
Aspects of Negro American History: Gil-
bert Osofsky, Professor, University of
Illinois at Chicago Circle, "Puttin' On
Ole Massa: The Significance of Slave
Narratives": Auditorium A, Angell Hall,
f:15 p.m.
Cinema Guild: Abram Room's Bed
and Sofa: Architecture Auditorium,
7:00 and 9:05 p.m. ?3
Department of Chemical Engineering
and Biostatistics Lecture Series: Brice
Carnahan, Associate Professor of Chem-
ical Engineering and Biostatistics, "The
iBM 360/67 Computer and MTS": Na-
tural Science Auditorium, 7:30 p.m.
Professional Theatre Program: APA
Repertory Company in Shakespeare's
Hamlet: Lydia Mendelssohn Theater,
8:00 p.m.
School of Music Degree Recital: Alice
Galasso, Flute: School of Music Re-
cital Hall, 8:00 p.m.

County dard of Supervisors
DEMOCRAT 7th District (2nd Ward)

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RUMORS DENIED

Municipal Fnance rrcerswaning
Building, 9:00 a.m. N
Institute: Amphitheater, Rackham General Notices
Mental Health Research Institute
Seminar: Dr. Peter Kugel, M.I.T., "In-
ditctiye Inference": 1057 Mental Health Broadcasting Service: WUOM Radio
Research Institute, 3:45 p.m. (91.7 Mc.) 11 a.m. to 11 p.m. daily.
William K. McInally Memorial Lec- Thursday 1:00 p.m. Peace, Love, Crea-
ture: J. L. Hudson, President, The J. L. tivity: Hope of Mankind - "Existential
Hudson Company, "The Urban Crisis:I Man", with Prof. William Barrett, N.Y.

Econ., Educ,. Engl. for Insurance
Claims and Home Office. -
Proctor and Gamble Distributing Co.,
3Cin.. Ohio: Men. B9/BS in, any field for
inside and territorial sales.
Minneapolis National Life Insurance
Company, Mpls., Min.: Men and women.
BA/BS/MA/MS all fields for Claims,
.; ......." Home Office and Sales of Insurance,
:;"...., :."::.:.,..:. ,::":.:M gm. Trng., Personnel and Pub.
University. Thursday 5:15 p.m. U-M Admin.
Feature Story with Jack Hamilton. Fri- # RCA, Cherry Hill, N.J.: Men and
day 11:00 a.m. The Eleventh Hour (re- women. BA/BS/MA/MS Chem.,.Econ.,.
peated at 7 p.m.) Ed Burrows hosts an Engl., Languages. Gen, Lib. Arts, Hist.,
hour of news and conversation about Math., Physics Poli. Sci. and Psych.
the arts and literature. Guest: Alisa for EDP and Computer systems a n d
Weinrich, translator of German author sales training program.
Ilse Aichinger. Friday 1:00 p.m. From
The Midway - "Beneficiaries of Public TUESDAY, OCTOBER 15, 1968
Programs", with Leon H. Keyserling, Blue Cross Association, Chicago, Ill.:
Pres., Conference on Economic Progress, - Men and women. BA/BS Eeon,. Gen.
Friday 5:00 p.m. Focus on Students, Lib. Arts, Math, Psych, Public Health
produced by students in the depart- and Speech for Insurance, Mgmt. Trng,.
ment of speech. Friday 5:15 p.m. Busi- Public Admin., Sales and Statistics.
ness Review with Prof. Ross Wilhelm. Columbia University N.Y.C. - Men
Friday 9:45 p.m. 1968 Carolina Sym- and women. Morning only. All areas of
posium: Red China and the West - Dr. study interested in MBA and PhD in
Donald S. Zagoria, Dir., Research Inst. Business Administration,
of Modern Asia,, Hunter College~ on Detroit Bank and Trust Company,
"The Siro-Soviet Split and the Viet Detroit, Mich,: Men and, Women. BA/
Nam War". , BS Econ., Gen, Lib. Arts, Math, Poll.
Astronomy Department Visitors Sci., Psych., Speech Soc. and Soc. Wk.
Nights: Friday, October 11, 8:00 p.m., for Banking and Mgmt. Trng.
Aud. B, Angell Hall. Prof, Richard G. A. B. Dick Company, Chicago, Ill.:
Teske will speak on "Observing the Men. BA/BS Econ., Gen. Lib. Arts, and
Sun from Space." After the lecture the Soc. for Mgmt. Trng. Territ. Sales and
Student Observatory on the fifth floor Mktg. Trainees.
of Angell Hall will be open for in- R. R. Donnelley and Sons Company,
spection and for telescopic observa- Chicago, Ill.: Men and Women. BA/BS
tions of a star cluster and a double star. Chem., Econ., Math, Physics and Psych
Children welcomed, but must be ac- for Data Processing. Mgmt. Trng. Territ.
companied by adults. Sales and Customer Services, Price Es-
A representative from the University timating and Jr. Systems Analysis.
of Virginia School of Law will be on Shell Companies, Houston, Texas:
campus today to interview prospective Men and women. BA/BS Econ. and
students. Appointments may be made Math for Data Processing, Personnel.
by calling Mrs. Towle, 1223 Angell Hall, Purchasing, Statistics, Transportation,
40312. . Finance, Acctg. and Mgmt. Trng.
Recreational Hours - Women Stu-
dents: Barbour Gymnasium will be open Current Position Openings received
for women students from 3:00 to 5:00 by General Division by mail and phone,
p.m. regularly on Fridays starting on please call 764-7460 for further in-
October 11. formation:
Department of Philosophy Lecture: U. S. Plywood, Gaylord, Mich.: For-
Thomas Nagal of Princeton University, ester, exper. in Saw Timber Mgmt. or
"Sexual Perversion," Friday, October Sawlog Procurement, proficient in Tim-
11, 1968, 4:00 p.m. Auditorium A, An-
gell Hall. r yy:,.lTis ti h C t#f" h :h: ".};4-""- +:+"rd
The. University ofMichigan Student i IT ' %LI
Relations Committee Meeting: Open R N IZAT IO N
meeting Thursday, October 10, 1968.
1:0 pm. 3516 SAB. Agenda: 1. Report of .
tThe University Police-Relations Com-
mittee. (Please note time of meeting).
Placement Hillel Foundation, 1429 Hill Street,
Reservations for Succos meals may be
3200 S.A.B.: made by calling 663-4129; Friday, Oct.
GENERAL DIVISION 11th, Hillel Student Services at 7:15 p.m.
followed by Oneg Shabbat.
Placement Interviews: The following * * *
organizations willvinterview at Place- Bach Club Meeting, Thurs., Oct. 10th,
ment Services, the representatives ex- 8:00 p.m. Quild House, 802 Monroe St.
pect to see at least a vita sheet on in- Speaker: John Harvith, WCBN classical
terviewees, therefore, if you are n t D.J. Jelly donuts and fun afterwards.
already registered with the General For further inforamation call 769-2922
Division, please stop-in and let us pro- or 769-0995.
vide you with the proper materials. Society of Classical Liberalism meet-
Please call 763-1363 to make appoint- ing, 3-A Union, Sat., Oct. 12th, 8:00
ments by phone, or- stop in and make p.m. Speaker: Dr. Stefan T. Possony,
appt. in person. Make appts. as soon Director of International Political Stu-
as possible, none accepted after 4 p.m. dies Program, Hoover Inst., Stanford
day preceding visit. University. Topic: "'The Mythology of

We at Discount Records feel
that our devotion to art and
dedicatibn to simple justice'
-compel us to talte a' stand.
The irresponsible rumors raging
through artistic circles in Ann
Arbor must be stopped.
We refer of course to the,
whispers about Pat Subuki's
aiazing recording of the great
Michigan fight song, "The
Victors." ,
It is not true that you must
be over 18 to buy this record.
Reports that enraged alumni
buy dozens of copies in order to
destroy. them are surely exag-
gerated. Our private investi-
gators have found no truth in
the story that the recording
wa'* secretly sponsored by
Michigan State University as
part of a campaign to smear
its rival.

Finally, any idea that this
classic disc ridicules football
must be laughed out of court;
it is obvious to the objective
listener that Miss Suzuki dis-
plays enthusiasm for body-
contact sports of all kinds.
Not lightly do we call this
record a classic. In the eight
years since its , elease, it has
been acclaimed (or condemtied)
as Pop, Camp, and even Op (b'y
those who like to watch the
label go around).
Reports from graduate stu-
dents in social psychology that
roommates of people owning
the record shout, "Play that
'Victors' one more time and I'll
go out of my mind!" lead us to
hope that it may even qualify
as Psychedelic.'
That the performance, so
vital and challenging through.

ber cruising, sawlog measurement scal-
Ing.
City of Battle Creek, Alich. - Asst,
City Atty, degree and exper. Mich, li-
cense. Finance Director, degree in acctg
and several years exper, pref. in munic.
govn't. Human Relations Director, de-
' gree in a related area, and exper. City
planner, degree and some exper, in city
planning. Civil Enlgr., degree CE and
experience in CE and construction work,
registered. Policewoman. degree and
train, or exper, in police or social work
invo!ling women and children
Local Firm: Electrical Engineers with
exper. in hybrid or digital computer
technology for computer syst. Design,
Logic & Circuit Design. Electronic
Packaging, and Computer Programming.
City of Milwaukee, Wis,: Electrical
Engineer in Communications, S t r e e t
Lighting, Water Plant Construction ad,
otber areas, BSEE.
Methodist Cgmmnuity House, Grand
Rapids, Mich.: Group Work Director,
supv. position with part-time and vol-
unteer leadership used by this agency.
More, mature person with administra-
tive skills.
Local Organization: Resource Special-
ist, will publish quarterly news letter
in outdoor recreation, work with other
media and resources for dept. Could be
trainee position, man or woman, BA/
BS any area, no exper. necess,
CHEMISTRY PLACEMENT
SERVICE
2035 Chemistry-Pharm. Bldg.
764-7317
OCTOBER 10 (Thursday):
Nalco Chemical Co.: PM only. BS/
MS/PhD in Anal., Org. & Phys. Chem.
Engineers. U.S. Citizen. Summer work
for Sr. BS/MS Chem. students only,
R. J. Reynolds Tobacco:- BS/MS/PhD'
Anal., On., Org. and Phys. Chem. Bio-
chem. U. S. Citizen. Research.
Argonne National Lab.: PhD in
Physics. Biochem, Anal., Gen., Inorg. &
Phys. Chem., Math. R & D. U.S, Citi-
zenship NOT required. Combined group
meeting as a last interview for under-
graduate, grad. & Faculty to explain'
summer program. Sign up.
October 10 and 11:
Union Carbide Chemicals and
Plastics: PhDand Postcoc in all phases
of Chem. and Biochem. All Locations.,
Polymer U.S. Citizenship is NOT re-
quired.
OCTOBER 11 (Friday):
Dow Corning Company: BS/MS/PhD
in Math, Business, Physics anid ALL
fields of Chem., U. S. Citizen. R & D
Summer work.
General Motors Research Labora-
tories: MS/PhD in Org. & Phys. Chem.
PhD also in Gen. & Inorg R & D in
Polymers. Electrochemistry and Air Pol-
liution. No restrictions on Citizenship.
Sherwin-Williams Co.: BS/MS/PhD in
Anal., Org. and Phys. Chem. BS also in
Inorg. Chem. Locations Chicago and
Cleveland. Summer work for Jr. & Sr.
only.
INTERVIEWS CAN BE ARRANG.ED
BY CALLING THE ABOVE NUMBER
ENGINEERING PLACEMENT
SERVICE
128 H, West Engrg. Bldg.
Make interview appointment at Room
128 H, West Engrg. Bldg. unless other-
wise specified.
OCTOBER 17, '1968
The Cleveland, Twist Drill Co.
Crane Co.
General Radio(,
The General Tire & Rubber Co.
Inland Steel Co.
IBM Corp.
Martin Marietta Corp.
Scott Paper Co.
Sylvania Electric Products Inc.
Uniroyal Research Center
U.S. Gov't - General Services Admin.
- PBS Design and Constr. Div.
Cycles sell.,
in classifieds

Humanis
for peace
, Prof. Rene Cassin 0
receives first prize
given in three years
OSLO, Norway - Prof. Rene
Cassin, a French humanitarian
who heads the European Court
of Human Rights, won the 1968
Nobel Peace Prize yesterday. He
Is 81.
Informed in Paris of the award,
Cassin told newsmen: "I am hon-
ored that, through me, my coun-
try has been honored. I am very
proud. I think that perhaps I de-
served it also . .. . I have de-
voted my life to the service of
social works."
GETS MEDAL
The Nobel Committee of the
Norwegian Storting, or parlia-
- ment, which singled out Cassin
for the peace prize, a gold medal
and about $70,000 that goes with
it, had made no awards in the
previous two years, considering
there was no suitable candidate.
The late Dr. Martin Luther
King, Jr., was the winner In 19-
64. The prize went to the United
Nations Children's Fund, UNI-io
CEF, Pin '1965.
Now slightly stooped but pro-
fessing to be in great form, Cas-
sin is a (wounded veteran of
World War I who was legal ad-
viser to Gen. Charles de Gaulle's
Free French forces in World .War
II and has since .made a career
ration of human rights."
Once a member of the French
delegation to the League of Na-
tions, he was a French represen-
tative in the United Nations from
1946 to 1948 and played a lead-
ing role in formation of the U.N.
Educational, 'Scientific and Cul- ft
tural Organization (UNESCO).
WORKED FOR RIGHTS
He was elected vice chairman+
of the U.N. Commission on Hu-
man Rights in 1951. Mrs. Frank-
lin D. Roosevelt was active in
that agency and he said that it
was with her. in particular "that
I worked on the universal decla-
ration of human rights"
Cassino was elected in 1965 to
the presidency of the European
Court of Human Rights, set up
in' 1960 asaseven-judge tribunal
in Strasbourg,' France, home' of '
the European Consultative As-
sembly.
The peace prize and similar
awards for physics, chemistry,
medicine and literature were set
up under the will of Alfred No-
bel, the, Swedish inventor of dy-
namite, who died in 1896.

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We emphatically deny the the years, should be bought by
rumor that U. of M. athletes every music lover is the wish of
are forbidden by their coaches Discount Records, which has
to listen to it on the grounds the world's largest stock. Loy-
that it might demoralize them. alty can go no further. Hail.
PAT SUZUKI'S "HAIL TO THE VICTORS"
NOW AVAILABL E ON 45 R.P.M. AT 77c'
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Hours-Mon.-Fri. 9:30-9; Sat. 9:30-6

MONDAY, OCTOBER
Allstate, Detroit, Mich.:

14, 1968
Men. B9/BS

Humane Socialism."
Christian Science Organization Meet-
ing, Thurs., 7:30 p.m. Room 3545 SAB.

if you don't go over to the

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this week, Oct. 7 to Oct. 10,
10:00 to 5:00 and 7:00 to 9:00 P.M.
and make a last ditch attempt
to get your SENIOR PICTURE in the
1969 Michiganensian, so she can show
Uncle Irving you finally graduated.

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Center For Chinese Studies
resents
PROF. JAMES CAHILL
Speaking on
CHINESE PAINTING
n' the YUAN DYNASTY
An illustrated lecture
THURSDAY OCT. 10--4:10 P.M.
Aud. B, Angell Hall
Mr. Cahill is Professor of Oriental Art at
U of California-Berkeley

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