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THE MICHIGAN DAILY+

Tuesday, October 29, 1968

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GAIN INSIGHT INTO YOUR RELATIONSHIP BY PARTICIPATING
IN A UNIQUE SOCIAL-PSYCHOLOGICAL STUDY
*'AND GET PAID FOR IT TOO
0 Who can participate?
All Michigan student couples (heterosexual only) who are dating regularly, going together,
or engaged. (Married couples are not eligible.)
* What do you have to do?
Simply show up with your boyfriend or girlfriend at one of the times and places listed. You
will be asked to fill out a confidential questionnaire, and each of you will be paid $1 for
the one-hour session.
* Then what?
All those who fill out the questionnaire will have a chance to be selected as subjects for a
subsequent. EXPERIMENT, which (if you agree to participate) should prove to be both
exciting and luctative.
BOTH MEMBERS OF A COUPLE MUST TAKE PART
TUESDAY, OCTOBER 29, 7:30 P.M.--AUDITORIUM C
WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 30, 7:30 P.M.-AUDITORIUM C

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more Information call 764-9270.
TUESDAY, OCTOBER 29
Day' Calendar
Bureau of Industrial Relations Sem-
inar: "Management of Managers, Pro-
gram No. 72": North Campus Commons,
8:15 a.m.
Center for Programmed Learning for
Business: "Training Systems Work-
shop": Michigan Union, 8:30 a.m.
School of Music Recital: Students of

For additional information, or to schedule alternative time, call
BAr. Rubin (Deportment of Psychology) at 663-7788 or 764-8360

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the Wind Instrument Department: cal History, Ehine University, Matsuy-
School of Music Recital Hall, 12:30 p.m. ama City, Japan. Oct. 28-31.
Computer and Communication Sci- Dr. Frank Osanec: Institute of Social
ences Lecture Series: Dr. John H. Mil- Medicine and Organization of Health
sum, Director, Biomedical Engineering Services, Ministry of Health, Prague.
Unit, McGill University, "Visual Track- Czechoslovakia. Oct. 28-31.
ing", Rackham Building, West Con- Mr. Daniel Minerva; Field Representa-
ference Room, Coffee 3:30, Lecture 4:00. tLive for the United Cpmmunity Funds
Center for Russian and East European and Councils of Amera. Oct. 30.
Studies: Vojtech Cepl, Faculty of Law,
Charles University, Prague, "The Role oft
the Intelligentsia in Recent Reforms in
Czechoslovakia": 170 Physics-Astron-
omy Building, 4:10 p.m. x m na i n
UM Junior Year in France Meeting: Examiations
Interested freshmen and sophomores arei
invited to the annual informational se- Thomas Robert Williams, Education,
sion scheduled for 7:30 p.m. in the 3rd Dissertation: "An Exemplary Design for
floor conference room of the Michigan the Administrative Organization of an
Union. Urban Public School System," on Tues-
Department of Architecture Lecture: day, October 29 at 8 a.m. In Room
Mr. Cedric Prce, architect, inventor, fu- 3206 U.H.S., Chairman: J. A. Lewis.
turist and critic from Great Britain, Thelma Marian Urbick, Education.
"The Futue and Other Things," S C I1O0 Dissertation : "A Theoretical Rationale
Drive In Theatre, 6588 Jackson Rd., 8:00 ! for the Didactic Aspects of Counselor
p.m. Open to the public. Preparation," on Tuesday, October 29 at
Dance Series: Uday Shankar Com- 9 a.m. in ERIC Conference Room (3rd
pany (from India): Hill Auditorium, Floor) 611 South Church St., Chair-
8:30 p.m. man: G. R. Walz
Chin-Hsiu Li, Engineering Mechanics,
GeneralrNotices Disrtation: "Instabiity of Steady and
im-eroic Flows of Stratified
{Fluids," on Tuesday, October 29 at 1:30
Botany Seminar: Dr..Hugh Iltis, Uni- p.m. in Room 411, West Engineering,
versity of iWsconsin will speak on "The Chairman: C. S. Yih.
Mystique of Pleistocene Fertility" Wed-
nesday, October 30, 1968 at 4:15 p.m., 3200 S.A.B.
Botanical Gardens. GENERAL DIVISION
Broadcasting Service: WUOM Radio Placement Interviews: The following
(91.7 Mc.) 11 a.m. to 11 p.m. daily. organizations will interview at Place-
Tuesday 1:00 p.m. The Next 50 Years - ment Services, the representatives ex-
"A Nation's Policy for the Future" Part pect to see at least a vita sheet on in-
2, with Orville Freeman, Kermit Gordon, terviewees, threfore, if you are not
Desmond Heap, and others. Tuesday 5:15 already registered with the General
p.m. U-M Feature Story with Jack Division, please stop in and let us pro-
Hamilton. vide you with the proper materials.
Wednesday 11:00 a.m. The Eleventh Please call 763-1363 to make appoint-
Hour (repeated at 7 p.m.) Ed Burrow ments by phone, or stop in and make
hosts an hour of news and conversation appt. in person. Make appts. as soon
about the arts and literature. Guests: as possible, none accepted after 4 p.m.
Richard and Ellie Wilson in a discus- day preceding visit.
sion of their hobby of gravestone rub- Opportunities for Work-Study, Fin-
bing. Wednesday 1:00 p.m. U-M Con- ancial Aid, and Further Study: Contact
ference on Aging - A Panel on "Atti- Placement Serv. for these notices, and
tudes and Adjustments to Aging in Old application procedures.
Age", with rFances N. Carp of Palo United States Coast Guard Officer
Alto and Joseph A. Britton of Penn Candidate School offers preliminary
State. Wednesday 5:00 p.m. The Press questionnaire for students interested in
and World Affairs, with rPof. Ben Ya- 17 week intensive training and 3 years
blonky. service.
Interagency Board of U.S. Civil Serv-
DIRECTED TEACHING IN ice Examiners, offer students in en-
ELEMENTARY EDUCATION AND gineering, physical sciences, and mathe-
SPECIAL EDUCATION matics sciences a work-study program
(Educ D305) i cooperative with several universities in
Winter Term, 1969 j the Wash, metropolitan area only. Stu-
Students who have not yet verified dents are given career-encitional ap-
Winter Term, 1969 directed teaching ap- pointments, attend college on full-time
plications on file or received a time basis, followed by full time work on
permit for directed teaching must do so vacation periods. Apply before Dec. 3
by October 31. These steps should be for test on Feb. 1, and Feb. 8 for test
completed at the Directed Teaching{ on March 29.
Office, 292 U.H.S., or the Special Edu- The Urban Corps, Office of the May-
cation Office, 734 East University. Win- or, City of New York: Work-Study pro-
ter term assignments will be made frori gram for Summer, and during the aca-
applications verified by October 31 and demic year programs, all four years of
will be available from November 11 to college, and graduate students eligible
November 29. for appointments in areas of Business
and Management, Public Administra-
To students who expect to earn grad- tion and Law, Social Sciences, The Arts,
uate degrees at the end of the 1968 Fall Science and Technology, Education, and
Term: Graduates may elect to receive other areas. Preliminary questionnaire
the large diploma (13" x 17") without available by writing no later than No-
additional cost provided written ap- vember 15.,
plicationais made to the Diploma De- School of Advanced International
partment no later than thirty days be- Studies, Johns Hopkins University,
bore the closing date of the 1968 fall Washington D.C., and Bologna, Italy:
term. Degrees in econ., hist., poli. sci., and
min. 1 western European language in-
vited to apply for fellowships leading to
Foreign Vistors MA and PhD, Anplications received no
later than March 1.
City of Milwaukee: Librarian, MALS
The individuals on the following list and 4 years. Administrative Asst. BA
can be reached through the Foreign any fld.
Visitor Division of the Visitor and City of New York: Program Manager,
Guest Relations Office, Rooms 22-24. and asst position, radio-TV degree and
The Michigan Union. Telephone: 764- 3 years for Sr. position. Announcer.
214?. Muxical Supv. Civil engr., Sanitary.
Dr. John B. Barclay; Deputy Director Elect. Engr. Assistant Planner, degree
of the Adult Education and Extra-Mural and/or 2 years and MA. Landscape Ar-
Studies, University of Edinborough, chitects at several levels for State De-
Edinborough, Scotland. Oct. 24 - 31. partment of Conservation.
Nine Danish Naval Architecture Stu- State of Vermont: Social Welfare
dents: Helsingor Teknikum, Elsinore, Supervisor, MSW and years, or BA and
Denmark. Oct. 25-29. 4. Director of Community Correctional
Dr. Toru Yoshimura; Professor, Phil- Centers, BA and 6 years rel. admin. re-
osophy of Science, Saitama University, spon. Director of Environmental Sani-
Urawa-city, Saitama-ken, Japan, Oct. tation, MSE in Sanitary Engr. or Publ.
27-29. Health and 6 years. Radiation Health
Dr. Jcques Joly; Professor, National Assistant, BA in phys. or biol. sci. and
Institute for Adult Education, Nancy, 1 year exper in redological health pro-
France. Oct. 27-30' gram or MPH. Health Department Bus-
Dr. Takami Kujii; Professor of Politi- ,iness Mgr:, MPH, MBA, and 3 years.
"I VOIKSW E N OF AMRtCA, IC.

Social Welfare Supv., MSW and 1 year
of BA add 3 years. Sanitary Engr.. Engr.
degree and 4 years. Industrial Safety In-.
Spector.
State of West Virginia: Occupational
Therapist, two levels open, BA BS and
certificate, and 0-2 years exper. Physi-
cal 'Therapist, degree, cert. and 0-2
years. Other positions in physical ther-
apy with 4-6 years exper and with the
MPH. Dental Hygienist, cert. and BA
with 0-1 year exper.
Crucible Steel Company, Trent Tube
Division. East Troy. Wis.: Engineer for
small organization, IE.
Standard Oil Company, Ohio Div.,
CleeladOhio: Engineering positions
in sales,nconstruction, plastics, research
and Dev., Crude oil., and chemical areas.
Auditing, Sr, and field. Psychologist in
psychometry, MS min. and 1-5 years.
Anchor Hocking Glass Corporation,
Lancaster, Ohio: Engineers In IE, Con-
struction, reffractory, ceramic, EE, Pro-
cess Control, ME, Chemists, IE.
Midwest Research Institute, Kansas
City, Mo.: Biology, Bacteriol., Microbiol.,
Virol., Immunol. Chemistry - ChE, In-
organic, Polymer Sci. Econ. Dev. - Re-
gional Econ., Indust. Econ., and Chem,
Econ. Engineering - Microwave., En-
gineering Analysis, Product and pro-
cess, ad design. Operations Research,
Project Control, and Statistics positions.
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:
MONDAY, NOVEMBER 4, 1968
Cornell University, Graduate 'School
of Business, Men and women, all day.
All disciplines for Business and Public
Administration study. '
Imperial Chemical Industries Limit-
ed, Men and women. Primarily inter-
ested in meeting British Post-doctoral
scientists. PhD in Bio-chem., Anal
Chem., eOn. Chem., Inorgan. Chem.,
Organ, Chem, Phys. Chem., Math,
Microbiol., and Physics for research
posts in chemical industry.
TUESDAY, NOVEMBER 5, 1968
National Labor Relations Board,
Wash, N.C.: Men and' women, all day.
BA/BS/MA/MS Econ.,* Law, Poll. Sci.,
for Publ. Admin., Laboi Rel.,, and In-
dust. Rel.
WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER 6, 1968
Aetna Life and Casualty, Group Divi-
sion, Detroit, Mich.: Men and women,
afternoon only. All majors for Insur-
ance, home office, mgmt. trng., mer-
chandising, and sales.
City of Detroit Civil Service: Men
and women, all day. BS Arch, Anal and
Gen. Chem., Econ., Gen. Lib. Arts,
Math, Landscape Arch, Poli. Set.,
Psych., Soc., Soc. Wk., and Urban Plan-
ning for EDP, Mgmt. Trng., Personnel,
Publ. Admin., Purchasing, Recreation,
Soc. Wk., Stat., and Urban Planning.
The Upjohn Company, men. All day.,
Kalamazoo, Mich., BA/BS/MA/MS Bio-
chem., Microbiol., and Pharmacy for
Territorial Sales.
THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 7, 1968 E
Dunn and Bradstreet, Inc., Men and
Women, afternoon only. Bach. and
Masters in Econ., for Mgmt. Trng.
Caterpillar Tractor Co., Pelora, Ill,
Men and women. All day. Bach and
Masters degrees in Econ., Gen. Lib. Arts,
Journ., Math and Bach. In Educ. for
EDP, Foreign Trade, Mgmt... Trng.,
Mktg., Res., Merchan., Production, In-
side Sales, Writing, Gen. and Tech.
Cityof Detroit.Civil Service: see the
Wed. listing above.
Wickes Corporation, Saginaw, Mich.:
Men and women. All day. BA/BS/MA/
MS Econ., Educ., Engl., Gen. Lib. Arts,
Geog., Hist., Journ., Libr. Sci., Math,
Philo., Psych., Speech, and others. For
Mgmt. Trng. Mktg. Res., Merchandising,
Personnel, Publ. Rel., Purchas., Inside
and Territ. Sales, and Stat.
FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 8, 1968 F
City of Detroit Civil Service: See
Wednesday, above, listing.
Tennessee Vallev Authorit. Men andi

Consider
new IHA.
structure

By GEORGE MILLER

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Inter-House AsSembly will con-
sider a proposal to revitalize the
organization and reduce the role
of the house presidents in IHA at
tonight's meeting.
The plan would restructure IHA
into two bodies-an Executive
Council and a House Presidents $
Council.
The Executive Council would
consist of one or two representa-
tives from each residence hall. It
would meet regularly to conduct
IHA's day-to-day business.
The Presidents Council would
meet only for the purpose of elect-
Ing the IHA president, executive
vice-president, and student mem-
bers of the Board of Governors of
Residence Halls. It would also con-
sider any extraordinary business
brought before it by the president.
At present, the Presidents Co -
cil is IHA's sole policymaking,-
body. The new plan would free the
house presidents from attending
IHA meetings.
"The presidents have to attend
house and hall meetings regular-
ly. Many can't find the time to
attend IHA meetings," Wallace
Aong, '71,, Bursley president, says.
As a result of these burdens,
Long adds, usually only slightly
more than half of the house presi-
dents attend the meetings.
"Presently IHA is an unrepre-
sentative body," Long contends,
"When the number of representa-
tives is reduced under the plan,
assuming the new members will be
able to attend each :IHA meet-
ing, IHA will be a more viable
and representative body."
IHA President Jack Myers, "71,
explains that in the proposed 20-
member Executive Council, the
halls would be/ represented on a
population basis.
The proposal is part of a gen-
eral revision of IHA policy being
considered by the organization's
constitutional committee. The re-
structions and privileges of mem-
bers and non-paying members,
and dues assessment procedure are
among other reforms to be made
in the IHA constitution.
Myers expects the entire revised
document to be ready for IHA ap-
proval and house council ratifica-
tion by the end of November.
It is not known if the restruc-
turing proposal will be voted upon
tonight. Myers says he would like
to see an affirmative vote as soon
as possible.
But Lang says he strongly op-
poses voting immediately. Al-
though he favors the proposal, le
urges that IHA stay out of voting

eneseviy unofy, Mn.n
Women. All day. BA/BS in Arch., Math., action.
Econ., Phys., Lands. Arch., and MA The proposal "should be voted
in Poli. Sdi. for Art & Des., Mgnrt. irng., upon by each of the house coun-
Mktg. Res., Stat., and Econ. . ,,
Union Carbide Corporation, Nuclear Cils, pays Lng. And he says he
Division, Oak Ridge, Tenn., and Pad- wants them to wait until the re-
ucah, Ky. Men and women. Afternoon visions are completed.
oly. BA/BS/MA/MS Biochem., Anal. "If IHA, in its present state of
Chem., Gen. Chem., Inorgan. Chem.,
Phys. Chem., Math, Microbiol., and low attendance, took alction, It
Physics for Atomic Energy Research, De- would be that of an unrepresenta-
sign, Dev., and Production. Live body voting to make itself
ENGINEERING PLACEMENT ,,
SERVICE representative, Long adds.
128 H, West Engrg. Bldg.
Make interview appointment at Room r:: ., ::::.;": ## r" : as
128 H, West Engrg. Bldg, unless other-
wise specified. ORGAN I ZAT ION
American Electric Power Service Corp.
Lea A. Daly Co.NO I E

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City of Detroit-Civil Service Comm.
Diamond Shamrock Corp.
Hughes Aircraft Co.
Al Johnson Constr. Co.
RCA Corp.
Raytheon Co.
Republic Steel Corp.;
Republic Steel Corp. - Research Ctr.
Sinclair Refining Co.
Sinclair Oil Corp. - Research Div..
Universal Oil Products Co.
Union Carbide Corp. - Food Products
Div.
Westinghouse Electric Corp.

UM Scottish Country Dance Society,
Dance meeting, Weds., 8:00 - 10:30 p.m.,
W.A.B. lounge, instruction given, be-
ginners welcome.
* * * *
Bach Club Meeting, Thurs., Oct. Sat,
8:00 p.m., Guild House, 802 Monroe.
Program: Randolph C. Smith will speak
on "Great Works of Bach You've pro-
bably Never Heard Before." Jelly donuts
and fun afterwards. For further info,
call 769-2922 or 769-0995.

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When Sly and the Family Stone play, you can tell that they belong
together. They enjoy their music and they're really into it. So put your-
self into it, Oct. 29,through Nov. 3 at Grandmother's.

Grandmother's is in Lansing, Michigan, just two blocks
MSU campus. Come up and check the talent.

DAY

Oct. 29
Oct. 30
Oct. 31

COVER DAY
.50 Nov. 1
$1.00 Nov. 2
$10.0 Nov. 3
There is no age limit for the Sunday show.

west of the
COVER
$2.00
$2.00
$2.50

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