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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

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S'ARTS SUNDAY:
SGC to begin bus
service on, campus

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sity of Michigan for which The
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By LORNA CHEROT
An evening bus service oper-j
ating between central campus and
residences to the south and east
is scheduled to begin operation
Sunday.
The bus service will be provided
through efforts of SGC. Bob Neff,
executive vice president, said 700
subscribers are needed to make
the system operational. The chargeI
for a bus pass would be $3 per
month. About 225 subscribers to
the -service have been found so
far. Most of these are girls living
in sororities, or in Oxford housing.
The bus will pass along Hill,
Oxford, and South University, and
will have eight stops: the UGLI,
Hill and Tappan, Hill and Forest,
Lincoln and Cambridge, Cam-
SDSIdenies
planningf
disruption
(continued from Page 1)
right under the first amendment
to pidet a polling place.
_(oWashtenaw County Prosecutor

bridge and Washtenaw, Hill and, sent in TYPEWRITTEN form to.
Oxfrd ndSouh Ui- Room 3528 L. S. & A. Bldg., be-
Oxford, Oxford and South Uni- ore 2 p.m. of the day preceding
versity, and South University at publication and by 2 p.m. Friday
Elm. for Saturday and Sunday. General
The idea of such a bus service Notices may be published a maxi-
running through the area dotted mum of two times on request; DayI
Calendar items appear once only.
with fraternities and sororities Student organization notices are
was a campaign issue in the April not accepted for publication. For
SGC election, more information call 764-9270.
The monthly rental of the bus THURSDAY, OCTOBER 31
from the Ann Arbor Transit Co.-
is $2,100, according to Arthur D
Puendet, manager of the com-
pany. Neff has said that if enough -
subscribers are not found by Sun- Bureau of Industrial Relations Sem-
inar: "Management of Managers. Pro-
day, SGC, IFC, and Panhel would gram No. 72": North Campus Commons.
be asked to provide the difference. 8:15 a.m.
There is also the possibility of Center for Programmed Learning for
asking President Fleming to pro- Business: "Training Systems Work-
shop": Michigan Union, 8:30 a.m.
vide money from his discretionary T. S. Jerome Lecture Series: Massimo
fund, Neff said. Pallottino, Profesor of Etruscology and
The bus, with room for 70 per- Italic Antiquity, The University of
sons, is scheduled to complete the Rome, Sketch of a History of Ancient
route every twenty minutes from Italy Before Its Romanization-Part I:
Introduction: The Concept of 'Italic'
5 p.m to midnight Sunday through History' ": Auditorium B, Angell Hall.
Thursday. A trial run, held Oct. 4:00 p.m.
24 showed the bus would have no physical Chemistry Seminar: Prof. H.
H. Jaffe, University of Cincinnati,
trouble keeping up with such a "CNDO Calculations of Spectroscopic
I timetable. However, lighting at Properties", 1200 Chemistry, 4 p.m.
the proposed bus stops was de- Department of History Lecture Series:
scribed as "fair" or poor by Pro- Aspects of Negro American History:
; ~Mr. Harold Cruse, Visiting Honors Lee-
fessor William W. Joy, Director of turer, "The Negro Creative Movement
Environmental Health and Safety of the 1890's": Auditorium A. Angell
for the University. Hall, 4:15 p.m.
Cinema Guild: Fred Wilcox s For-
However, Peter Ostafin, assis- bidden Planet: Architecture Auditor-
Stantdirector of the University ium. 7:00 and 9:05 p.m.
Office of Student-Community Re- University Players (Department of
lations, called the lighting b Speech): Harold Pinter's The Home-
a on, a e bn- coining: Trueblood Theatre. 8:00 p.m.

(repeated at 7 p.m.) Ed Burrows hosts as possible, none accepted after 4 p.m. Men and women. All day. Bach .and Interagency Board of U.S. Civil Serv-
an hour of news and conversation about day preceding visit. Masters degrees in Econ., Gen. Lib. Arts, ice E::aminers. offer students in en-
the arts and literature. Guests from MONDAY, NOVEMBER 4, 1968 Journ., Math and Bach. in Educ. for gineering, physical sciences, and matie-
Interlochen Arts Academy. Friday 5:00 Cornell University, Graduate School EDP, Foreign Trade, Mgmt. Trng., matics sciences a work-study progm-
p.m. Focus on Students, produced by of Business, Men and women, all day. Mktg., Res., Merchan.. Production, In- cooperative with several universities in
students in the speech department. 5:15 All disciplines for Business and Public side Sales, Writing, Gen. and Tech. the Wash, metropolitan area only. Stu-I
pi. Business Review withC Pof. Ross Administration study. City of Detroit Civil Service: see the dents are given career-eoncitiona ap-I
Wilhelm. Friday 8:00 p.m. Contempor- Imperial Chemical Industries Limit- Wed, listing above. pointmnents, attend college on full-times
ary Directions Concert, broadcast live ed, Mep and women. Primarily inter- Wickes Corporation, Saginaw, Mich.: basis, followed by full time work on
from Rackham Lecture Hall- the final e,sted in meeting British Post-doctoral Men and women. All day. BA BS MA! vacation periods, Apply before Dec.3
concert of the 8th Annual Festival of scientists. PhD in Bio-chem.. Anal MS Econ., Educ., Engl., Gen. Lib. Arts. for test on Feb. 1, and Feb. 8 for test
Contemporary Music, featuring the Chem., eGn. Chem., mnorgan. Chem., Geog., Hist., Journ., Libr. Sci., Math, on March 29. ,s
Contemporary Directions Ensemble. 9:45 Organ, Chem, Phys. Chem., Math, Philo.. Psych., Speech, and others. For The Urban Corps, Office of the May-
p.m. Dimensions of Loneliness - "The Microbiol., and Physics for research Mgmt Trng. Mktg. Res., Merchandising, or City of New York: Work-Study pro-
Paradox of Loneliness", with Prof. Ed- posts in chemical industry. Personnel, Publ. Rel., Purchas., Inside gr.C for k:a durkgthy pro-
munid F. Byrne, Michigan State Uni- and Territ. Sales, and Stat. gram for Summer, and during the aCa-
versity. TUESDAY NOVEMBER 5, 1968 demic .year programs, all four years of
Student Relations Committee Meet- National Labor Relations Board, FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 8, 1968 college and graduate students eligible,
lng: Open Meeting, Thursday, October Wash, N.C.: Men and women, all day. City of Detroit Civil Service: See for appointments in areas of Business
31, 1968. 1:00 p m., Council Room. SAB I BA BS/MA MS Econ..* Law, Poll. Sci., Wednesday, above, listing. tn andM agement, Public A, The Arts,
Bldg. Agenda: 1. Consideration of the | for Pubi. Admin.. Labor Rel.. and In- Tennessee Valley Authority, Men and Science and Technology, Education, and
minutes; 2. University-Police Relations dust. Rel. Women. All day. BA/BS in Arch., Math., other areas. Preliminary questionnaire
Subcommittee Report; 3. Advisory Coin- ---- Econ., Phys., Lands. Arch., and MA.vile by wriin ate thanaNo-
mittee - OSA. WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER 6, 1968 in Poll. Sci. for Art & Des., gmt Trng.A .eailable by writing no later than No
School of Music Concert: 1968-1969 Aetna Life and Casualty, Group Divi- Mktg. Res., Stat., and Econ. mr.
Festival of Contemporary Music; Chain- sion, Detroit, Mich.: Men and women. Union Carbide Corporation. Nuclear School of Advanced International
be Musi Contemporar Diretions En aftern on A majorstfor Ins Division, Oak Ridge, Tenn., and Pad- Washington D.C.. and Bologna, Italy:
gemble; Schuller's "Aphorisms," John ance, home office, mgmt. trng. mer- ucahK.Mnadwmn feno eresi cnhs. ol c. n
Hawkins' "Three Cavatinas," Barney chandising, and sales, oly. BA BS,'MA MS Biochem. Anal Degees in econ.. ist., poli.si., and
Child's "Nonet." and Finney's "Divertis- City of Detroit Civil Service: Men Chem.B B CAem. Borgan. Che min. 1 western European language in-
sement" Rackham Lecture Hall, Friday, and women, all day. BS Arch, Anal and Phys. Chem., Math, icrobiolnhe ted to app y for fellois received no
Py ChmMtMrbiladM anPhNov. 1, 8 p.m. Gen. Chem., Econ., Gen- Lib. Arts, Apiain eevdn Physics for Atomic Energy Research, De-laetanMrh.
T. S. Jerome Lecture Series: "Sketch Math, Landscape Arch., Poli. Set., sign. Dev. and Production.f s ,thanMarch_.
of a History of Ancient Italy Before Its Psych., Soc., Soc. Wk., and Urban Plan-
Ronanization" by Massimo Pallottino, ning for EDP, Mgmt. Trng.. Personnel, PLACEMENT SERVICES Current Position Openings received
Professor of Struscology and Italic An- Pubi. Admin., Purchasing, Recreation, 3200 S.A.B by General Division by mail and phone,
tiquity, The University of Rome, Lee- Soc. Wk., Stat.; and Urban Planning. GENERAL DIVISION no intervievs held on Campus for these
tures on October 31. November 5, 7, 12, The Upjohn Company, men. All day. Opportunities for Work-Study, Fin- openings, contact Placement Services.
14; Auditorium B. Angell Hall, 4:00 p.m., Kalamazoo, Mich., BA/BS/MA/MS Bio- ancial Aid, and Further Study:C ontact 764-7460 for application information:
chem., Microbol, and Pharmacy for Placement Serv. for these notices, and Local Organization: Numerous man-
Territorial Sales, application procedures. agement trainee positions, (B.A. pre-
United States Coast Guard ffi-- -

ferred, inside help and drivers. No ex-
per, required
State of Conunecticut: Psychology A--
i.;tant 1, B.A. in sroc. sciences or -tat
Psych. Assoc. 11. MA. Psych plus 3
},:s. exper. Welfare Prog,. Supv.. Nl-V
in Soc. Wk. plus 3 yrs. exper.
Mon essen Public Library. Children s
Librarian. MALS.
Averst Labs: Analytical Chemist, B.S.
in chem. Chemists, B.S. in Chem. Fa-
cilities Engineer, degree in chem or
mechli. eng. plus exper.
Wrightwood Extended Care Facility
physical therapists, occupational thera-
pists and social wvorkers. appropriate
degrees and exper.
Encyclopedia Brittanica, Inc.: Re-
search editor. E.S. or M.S. in science.
soc. stud, and or huianties. Geo-
Sraphy researcher, B.S. In Geog., Econ.
or Poll Sci. Production Ass't., B.A. any
field. Library Research Ass't., B.A. any
field.
ENGINEERING PLACEMENT
SERVICE
128 it, West Engrg. Bldg.
NOVEMBER 7, 1968
Bendix Corp.
Aerospace Systems Div.
Executive Offices
Missile Systems Div.
Research Labs. Div,
Caterpillar Tractor Co.
Cities Service Oil Co.
Doer Chemical Co. - (Make appt. at
3200 SAB)
Harnischfeger Corp.
IBM - PhD
Libby-Owens-Ford Co.
Shure Brothers, Inc.
Technology Inc.
Union Carbide Corp. - Nuclear Div.
United States Steel Corp.
American Biridge Div.
Steel, Cement, & Raw Mat'ls
Applied Research Lab.
U.S. Gov't - Tennessee Valley
Authority

William Delhey warned demon- lem a "minor thing" which "we Chemistr1y Colloquium: Prof. H. H.
strators he "intends to treat all can take care of." Jaffe. University of Cincinnati, "Alli
disruptions.at the polls and all The important thing, Ostafin Valence Electron SC :Calculations,.
atd i 0 e nuh ~Srb I Room 1300 Chemistry 8:00 pa..
interference with voters as fel- said, is to get enough subscrib -
onies and will prosecute each case ers so the service can have a
to the fullest extent of the law." trial month." He estimated there General Notices
Delhey said felonies would in- are 1400 potential commuters in -
elude: attempting to influence the area serviced by the bus. Attention: Freshmen and Sopho-
________________mores: Get first hand information on
voters or deter them from voting; the UM Junior Year in Germany Pro-
staying in an election booth for gram at the annual fall meeting to be
more than two minutes; filling 1 N p roposes held Tuesday evening. November 5th
ouPavtrapicto.wtot at 7:30 p.m. in the third floor confer-
out a voter application without ence room of the Michigan Union.
'being 'egistered; picketing the Alumni of the program and UM fa-
polls if such activity keeps people n ty ains culty members will be. present to an-
from roting. swer your questions. Refreshments.
fr xm t ng.f te - ]Broadcasting Service: WUOM Radio
Maxmum penalty for these of- W i eesi (91.7 Mci 11 a.m. to 1; p.m. daily.
fenses, under federal and state Thursday 1:00 p.m. U.S. Foreign Pol-
law, is five years in jail and/or IiUNITED NATIONS, N.Y. - icy: The Next Decade: 'Within the
UNITD NAIONS N.Y ()P - Communist World" with Prof. Pliliip
$1,000 fine. The General Assembly's Trustee- Mosley, Columbia University. Thursday
Jim Mellon, an SDS, member, ship Committee overrode strong 4:45 p.m. Conservation Report with
said the student strike would point British objections last night and Prof. Karl Lagler. 5:15 p.m. U-M Fea-'
to three issues:'(ture story with Jack Hamilton.
t approved overwhelmingly a pre- Friday 11:00 a.m. The Eleventh Hour
-To vote in the election is to dominantly Asian-African resolu-
affirm and support the system tion urging new forceful measures
which wreaks death in the third for toppling the white minority!
world and in the ghettos. regime in Rhodesia.
-All of the three major can- By a vote of 89 to 9, with 15
didates support the war in Viet- abstentions, the c o inmi t t e e
nam despite the wishes of the adopted the 50-nation resolution
Majority of the nation. j recommending that the U.N. Se-
-The university, and all ma- curity Council impose economic
jor universities support imperial- and diplomatic penalties on
ism with research. South Africa and Portugal, the TALK S RIH
Hare, in his statement, antici- chief allies of Rhodesia.
pated bombings and bomb threats The vote assured ratification
on th' day of the election, and later by the two-thirds majority
said that police leaves in poten- required in the General Assem- Thinking of returning to ti
tial trouble spots have been can- bly. teta fIIsini
celed for election day: the team of ICI scientist
celed fr electon day.Britain, the United States, Aus-shrl.Tewiltlyo
Michigan State Police, he said, tralia, New Zealand, Belgium, the shortly. They will tell you
will be -"operative in a mobile Netherlands, Luxembourg, Portu- where these are, how mu
Manner." gal housing situation is. If yo
Bill Ayers did not rule out the the and South Africa voted againston.in just the same for a
possibility of violence on election Before the vote, the British del- prospects.
day, but said that "if any occurs, egate, D. E. T. Luard, spoke out ICI's recruiting team
it will be caused by the police and against what he described as "this will visit your campus
ill-conceived, unrealistic and ex-
dents." treme resolution." Contact them through- Miss M
- -Britain's stand and the known ment
I ~ments S
CORRECTION opposition of other Western 3200S
powers made it clear that the

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Valentine George Bolen, Slavic Lang-
ua-es and Literatures, Dissertation:
"Analysis of the Comic in Ilja Ilf andj
Evgenij Petrov's Twelve Chairs and The
Golden Calf,". on Thursday, October 31
at 10 a mn. in West Council Room,
Rackhain: Chairman: A. K. Humesky.
James Peter Bosscher, MechanicalEn-
gineering. Dissertation: "An investiga-
tion of the Mechanics of Ruptured-Cell
Foamed Elastic Materials." on Thursday
October 31. at 10:15 a.m. in 402 East
Enineering. Chairman F. E. Fisher.
All Erkan Engin. Engineering Me-1
chaics, Dissertation: "The Axisymme-
tric Resnonse of a Fluid-FilledSpheri-
cal Shell." on Thursday, October 31. at ininRo 20WetEgern,
3 p.m. in Room 220 West Engineering,
Co-Chairmen: Y. K. Liu and R. D. Low.
Placeeni t
-v200 s.A.8.
, ENER IL DIVISION
Placement Interviews: '1le following
orb ri-atir'ns will interview at Place-!
m1en services. the representatives ex-
' . e at 'ea't a "ita sheet on in-
terviewees, therefore, if you are not
: !Yetod- register ed with the General ,
Division. please stop in and let us pro-E
vide you with the proper materials.
Please call 763-1363 to make appoint-
'ucis by phone. cr stop in and make;
appt. in parson. Make appts. as soon

THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 7, 1968
Dunn and Bradstre t, Inc., Men and
Women, afternoon only. Bach. and!
Masters in Econ., for Meint. Trng.
Caterpillar Tractor Co., Peiora, Ill.,
ORGAN IZATION
NOTICES
Ilillel Foundation, 1429 Hill St., Fri-
day, Nov. 1st, Traditional Services (5:00
p.m.) Joint Hillel - Beth Israel Service
(8:00 p.m.) followed by Oneg Shabbat
honoring Osias Zwardling; Sat., Nov.
2nd Traditional Services (9:00 am.).
International Students Association.
' ail Frolic" dance Friday, Nov. 1st. in
in the International Center Ballroom.
Refreshments - admission free. All
foreign and American students wel-
come.
Bach Club Meeting, Thursday, Oct.
31st, 8:00 p.m., 802 Monroe Street, Guild
House, Program: Randolph G. Smith
will speak on "Great Works of Bach
You've Probably never Heard Before".
Jelly dontuts and fun afterwards. For
further info call 769-2922 or 769-0995.
"MAKING OF THE
PRESIDENT 1960"
THEODORE WHITE'S
Award-winning
90-minute film
Fri.-Sat., Nov. 1-2
Not. Sci. Aud. -7 & 9 p.m.
Tickets $1 .00 - Fishbowl

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Last Friday, the Daily mis-
takenly said the African Stu-
dents' Union would hold a
bucket drive as part of "Biafra
Day.", It was the Biafran Stu-
dent Association that was re-
sponsible for the drive.
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Security Council would not ap-
prove calls for force and new!
diplomatic sanctions.
While the General Assembly
can recommend action to the 15-
nation Security Council, only the
latter can impose sanctions and
authorize use of force.
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