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The Daily Offical Bunetin is an
official publication of the Univer-
sity! of Michigan for which The
Michigan Daily assumes no ejiltor-
ial responsibility. Notices should be
sent in' TYPEWRITTEN form to
Room 3528 L. S. & A. Bldg., be-
fore 2 p.m. of the day preceding
publication and by 2 p.m. Friday
for Saturday and Sunday. General
Notices may be published a maxi-
mum of' two times on request; Day
Calendar items appear once only.
Student organization notices are
not accepted for publication. For
more information call 764-9270.
FRIDAY, OCTOBER 25
Day Calendar
Bureau of Industrial Relations Sem-
inar: "Management of Managers, Pro-
gram No 71": North Campus Commons,
8:15 a.m. '
Numerical Control Conference: Cooley
Building, 8:30 a.m.'
Mechanical Engineering Centennial
Celebration: Registration Lobby, Rack-
ham ,building, 9:00 a.m.
Metitald Health Research Institute
Seminar: Prof. H. C. Longuet-Higgins,
FR.S., Department of Machine Intelli-
gence and Perception, University of
]Edinburgh,"The Hlolophone,"~ 3:30 p.m.,
Room 1057 MHR.
Astronomical Colloquium. Dr. Richard
G. Teske, Astronomy Department, "X-
Radiation from Solar Flares," Room 296
Physics-Astronomy Bldg., 4:00 p.m.'
Department of Biological Chemistry
Colloquium: Dr. Finn Wold, Depart-
ment of Biochemistry, University of
Minnesota, "Befunctional Reagents as
Structural Probes in the Study of Pro-
teins". 4:00 p.m., 6330 University Hos-
pital, coffee will be served at 3:30 p.m.
in M5410 Medical Science Building.
Cinema Guild: A. Dovshenko's Arsen-
al: 'Ardhitectural Auditorium, 7:00 and
9:05 p.rh.
Department of Astronomy Visitors'
Night: Delo M. Moo ; Research Assist-
ant, Astronomy, "X-Ray Astronomy";
To observe: Saturn and the Ring Ne-
bula: Auditorium B, Angell Hall, 8:00
p.m. Children welcomed, but must be
accompanied by adults.
Professional Theatre Program: APA
Repertory Company in Sean O'Casey's
Cock-A-Doodle Dandy: Lydia Mendel-
ssohn :Theater, 8:00 p.m.
School of Music Concert: 1968-1969
Festival of Contemporary Music; Cham-
ber Music. Bethany Beardslee, guest ar-
tist; Schuller's "Music for Brass Quin-
tet," James Dapogny's "Variations,"
Jack Fortner's "Nocturne" and Schoen-
berg's "Pierrot lunaire." Rackham Lec-
ture Hall, 8:00 p.m.
General Notices
Broadcasting Service: WUOM Radio
(91.7 Me.) 11 a.m. to 11 p.m. 'daily.
Friday, 11:00 a.m The Eleventh
Hour (repeated at 7 p.m) Ed
Burrows hostsan hour .of news and
conversation about the arts and liter-
ature. Guest: Visiting Professor a n d
Poet Robert Leyden. Friday, 1:00 p.m.
From The Midway "Federal Government
Economic Policies and the Economic
Outlook", with William Proxmire, Sen-
ator (D) from Wis. Friday 5:00 p.m.
Focus on Students, produced by speech
department students. Friday, 5:15 Bus-
iesReview with Prof. Ross Wilhelm.
8:00 p.m. 8th Festival of Contemporary
Music Concert, by music school faculty
and students, broadcast live from Rack-
ham Lecture Hall. 9:45 p.m. 1968 Caro-
lina Symposium: Red China and the
West - Roger Ifilsman, Prof. of Govern-
ment, Columbia U. former Asst. Sec-
retary of State, on "Red China
Prospectus for the Future." Recorded at
Chapel Hill. Saturday 1:15 p.m. Football
- U-Mvs. Minnesota, withTom Hem-
ingway it the microphone in Ann Ar-
bor. 5:15 p.m. Jazz Revisited, H a z e n
Schumacher presents Dizzy Gillespie.
7:30 p.m. Record Collector with P r o f,
Warren Good. .
Post Game Reception for Dr. Hazela
Losh: Assembly Hall, basement of the
Michigan Union. Students and Alumni
Welcome. Entertainment by the
"Friars", Saturday, October 26, 4-6 p m.
IM Co-Recreation activities cancelledj
for Friday, Oct. 25th due to Homecom-
ing Dance. Activities will resume on,
Friday, November 1st.
Attention: Freshmen and Sophomores
-Get first hand information on the
UM Junior Year in France Program atI
the annual fall meeting to be held onI
Tuesday evening, October 29th at 7:301
p.m. in the third floor conference room
of the Michigan Union. Alumni of thec
4p program and UM faculty members will
be present to answer your questions.
TV Center program: On Sunday, Oc-M
tober 27 the following program pro-
duced by the TV Center will have its
initial telecast In Detroit: 12:00 Noon,
WWJ TV, Channel 4 - "In-Out-Round-i

About: Cinema." A look at experimental
films, with suggestions to the audience
on how to watch them.
Education Juniors and Seniors: Ap-
plications for 'the School of Education
Scholarships for the Winter Term (II)
1969 will be available in room 2000
University High School on November 1.
Applicants must have high scholastic
standing. Both the application and the
interview are to be completed during
November.
The Junior-Senior Counseling Office,
1223 Angell Hall, will have a representa-
tive from the Harvard Business School
here on October 25th to talk with those
students interested in learning of, the
schools offerings. Appointments can be
scheduled by cotacting Miss Jan Apple
either by telephone at 764-0310 or by
coming Into the office.
SUMMARY OF ACTION T EN BY
STUDENT GOVERNMENT COUNCIL
AT ITS MEETING OCTOBER 23, 1968
Approved: That' SGC recognize Amer-
ican Culture Student's Association as
a student organization.
Appointed: Lary McKay, E. 0. Know-
les (the preceding two as chairmen),
Carol Hollenshead, Marty Aires, Bruce
Freedman, Larry Deitch, Nancy Packer,
to a Select Committeeron Non-Student
Control in Student Organizations.
Approved: That SGC support the
principlebehind the student strike to
be held by VOICE on November 4 and
5th.
Accepted:The resignation of Bruce
LevineaseAdministrative Vice President
of Student Government Council.
Approved: hat SC give Barbara Ne-
well, Vice President for Student Serv-
ices, until 3:00 p.m. Thursday, October
24, 1968, to order disbursement of the
$100.00 appropriation she has illegally
held up, or face the consequences.
Approved: That SGC allocate an
additional $1500 to the Bail Fund for
use until January 1, 1969 at which time
the money will return to the SGC
general funds.
Approved: Resolved, that SGC sp-
ports the right of the Daily staff to
makets own appointments, and be it
further Resolved, that we ask that the
Board in Control of Student Publica-
tions perform only advisory functions,
and be it further Resolved, that we sup-
port the SACUA amendment to the
Committee on Communications Media
deleting the power of the Board in
Control of Student Publications to
make senior editor appointments.
SGC will debate and vote on the fol-
lowing motions on 'October 31, 1968, in
Room 3540 SAB. Interested persons are
invited to participate in the debate
personally, by petition, or by some other
means.
Move: To amend the Council Plah by
rescinding the amendments to the Plan
passed at the October 17th Council
meeting. (Substitution of Article VII).
Move: To amend Article VII by substi-
tuting the above amendments.
Move: To reaffiliate with U.S.N.S.A.
under thet following conditions: 1. That
SGCrat no time send more than two
representatives to the N.S.A. Student
Congress. 2. Specifically, SOC mandates
its representatives' to pursue the fol-
lowing positions: (a) Oppose any con-
sideration of issue-legislation at the
National Congress. (b) Investigate and
expose any compromising relations with
the U.S. Government. 3. That SC dis-
avow any relation with the regional or-
ganization of N.S.A. 4. That SOC for-
bid its representatives to the Con-
gr'ess from pursuing or accepting any
'office in the national or regional offices
of N.S.A.
Move: To donate $500 to the Writer-
in-Residence Program for 1968-69.
legislative body finally responsible to
Move: Whereas: SGC is a democratic
body finally responsible to the student
body for all its acts; and
Whereas: What SGC does with its own
the student body for all its acts; and
money is the proper concern of the
student body and of no one 'else; and
Whereas: Barbara Newell, Vice President
for Student Services, .acting' contrary
to a valid vote of SGC, contrary to the
SGC Plan and contrary to custom, has
help up an SGC appropriation for the
trivial and irrelevant reason that she
wanted information concerning incor-
poration of SGC; Therefore, Be It Re-
solved: That SGC formally censure Vice
President Newell for her action.
Move: Whereas: The Executive Board
of the Engineering Council has request-
ed an ex-offico seat (without vote);
and Whereas: Council has always had
some difficulty communicating with
Engineering Council; and Wyhereas:
Council now has several seats vacant at
ljhe table; Therefore, Be It Resolved
That: Council amend its Operating Pro-
cedures to allow the seating of the
President of Engineering Council, or his
designate, as a nonvoting member of
Council; on condition that, it at any
time so many organizations of equal
status make application for nonvoting
seats at Council that there is not room
for all, the ex-officios and would-be

ex-officios shall settle among them-
selves who shall and shall not be
seated.
Move: to withdraw the funds of Stu-
dent Government Council from the Of-
fice of Student Affairs and establish a
bank account.
Doctoral
Examinations
Peter James Conlisk, Engineering Me-
chanics Dissertation: "Mechanics of In-
flated Drop Thread Structures," on
Friday, October 5 at 4 p.m. in Room
206 West Engineering, Chairman: S. K.
Clark.
Placement
3200 S.A.B.
GENERAL DIVISIONj
Current Position Openings received
by General Division by mail and phone.
no interviews held on Campus for these
openings, contact Placement Services,
764-7460 for application information:
Management Consultants, for the Ba-
tavia, N.Y. client, contact Plc'mt. Serv.
for application info. - Manager, Pro-
duct Design, Degree in Fine Arts, In-
dust. Des. or rel. area., 3 years in wood
design, in entertainment productspref.
Management Consultants, Detroit
Area positions, contact Plcmt. Serv. for
application info. - Sales Trainee, for
mktg. and traffic acctg. Sales En-
gineers, 9 ,needed, BS in Engrg areas.
Chemical Sales, degree in biol., micro-
biol., or chem. Mktg. Research Analyst,
degree in Pharm. or rel areas.
State of Michigan: Employee Rela-
tions Representative, and Administra-
tive positins, exper in govn't, private in-
dustry, or employee organization in in-
vestigation and other services. Min. BA
in area of public admin. or bus. ad.
Electroencephalographic Aide and Diag-
nostician, for latter MS in bil or
physiology with tpec in neuro-physio-
ogy. Ady. positions in this area require
several years exper.I
City of Minneapolis, Minn.: Manager,
Auditing, degree and 2 years exper.'
State of Connecticut: Correstional
Counselor, Degree and 2 years in 'cor-
rsectonal area.
Newsweek, N.Y.C.: MBA to become
member of top Circulation Manage-
ment Team, activities related to sales,
administration, research, and general
management, considerble EDP work.
State of Illinois: Assistant Nursing
Education Coord. Executive in Mental
Health Admin. Insurance Deputy. Men-
tal Health Program workers. Psycholo-
gist. Research and Training Executive.
Welfare Executive. Application date for
these is Nov. 2.
Personnel Consulting, Chicago A r e a
Client, contact Placement Serv. for
anplication info.: Systems Consultant
for CPA Firm, 5-10 years in systems
development, BA in Bus. Ad., En-
gineering, Math or other area, 28-38 age
area.
Ontario Hydro: Toronto, Canada: Psy
chologist, Human Resources work in
area of indification, through specialized
selection, testing and vocational coun-
seling. Research Psychologist, Small
group in action research, applications of
research.
Dammasch State Hospital, Wilsonville,
ORGANIZATION
NOTICES
"Sj ~(! Ai <.r . .,. .'rWC
Librarian League, Meeting, Sunday,
Oct. 27th, 2:00 p.m., Mimes (2X) Un-
ion.
Indian Students Association, October
26th, 7:30 p.m., Natural Science Audit.,
Movie: "Janwar".
Hillel Foundation, 1429 Hill Street,
Fri., Oct. 25th, Traditional Services
(6:00) Hillel Student Services (7:15 p.m.)
Hillel Levine (recently returned from
Russia) speaks on "Jews of Silence: The
Tragic Plight of Soviet Jewry" (8:30
p.m.): Sat., Oct. 26th, Traditional Serv-
ices (9:00 a.m.)
S* * * *
Bahai Student Group, Oct. 25th, 8:00
p.m. 520, N. Ashley, "The Bahai Tactic:
A Method of Revolutionary Social
Change That Is Itself Revolutionary."
All come, as you are, not as you aren't.

Oregon: PhD in clinical or counseling
psych, internship required.
Abbott Laboratories, North Chicago,
Ill.: 3 Sr. Industrial engineering posi-
tions in areas of hospital products, cor-
poration staff, and mechanization.
SUMMER PLACEMENT'
SERVICE
212 S.A.B., Lower Level
Applications for summer jobs in fed-
eral agencies are now available at S.P.S.
Please read the following schedule of
application dates carefully:
Applications received by November
6 will be scheduled for December 7,
examination.
Aplications received by December 6
wil be scheduled for January 11 exam-
ination.
Applications received by January 3
will be scheduled for February 8 exam-
ination.
Applications received by January 30
will be scheduled for March 8 examin-
ation.

able for men from Dec. 6 to Jan. 9.
Must reside in Chicago south-suburban
area. Excellent pay. Details and applic.
at 212 S.A.B.

ENGINEERING PLACEMENT
SERVICE
128 H, West Engrg. Bldg.
Make interview appointment at Room
128 H, eWst Engrg. Bldg. unless other-
wise specified.
NOVEMBER 1, 1968
Automatic Electric Co. - Labs
Borg-Warner Corp. - Marvel-Schebler
Div.
Chicago Bridge & Iron Co.
General Motors Corp.
IIT Research Institute
The Marquardt Corp.
Mechanical Handling Systems Div. -
Americar Chain & Cable Co., Inc.
Mobil Oil Corp.
Motorola Inc.
MPR ASSOCIATES, INC.
Northern Indiana Public Service Co.
Raychem Corp.
Spalding, De Decker & Assoc, Inc.
United Aircraft Corp. - Hamilton
Standard Div.

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GRADUATE SCHOOL OF BUSINESS
AND PUBLIC ADMINISTRATION
Cornell University
Recruiter will be on campus to speak with interested
students from all major fields on Monday, November 4,
1968. For appointments, see:
Miss Mildred D. Webber
General Placement Diision
Bureau of Appointments and
Occupational Information
The HARVARD GRADUATE SCHOOL
OF BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION
Invites you to meet Mr. Richard Nohl, Assistant Dean and Direc-
tor of Admissions, MBA on Octiber 28, 1968 to discuss higher
education in the field of business.
The MBA Program at Harvard is based on the experience-
oriented case method to develop the practical, analytical, and
decision-making capacities that are the key to managerial effec-
tiveness. Requirements for admission to the two year course
leading to-a degree of Master in Business Administration (MBA),
include a college degree in any field of concentration, a standing
in the top third of the class, and a record of progressive achieve-
ment in campus activities, the community, military, or elsewhere.
Generous' financial aid makes it possible for any student
admitted to attend regardless of his financial resources.
Seniors and others who wish to speak with Mr. Nohl should
contact the Placement Service for an appointment.

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