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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

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p.m. of the day preceding publi- bert Wheeler examine the meaning of
cation and Sby 2 p.m. Friday for General Notices "white racism" and othercurrent terms
Saturday and Sunday. General No- in race relations.
tices may be published a maximum
of two times on request; Day Cal- Center for Russian and East Euro-
endar items appear only once. Stu- bean Studies, Brown Bag Luncheon: ;Doctoral
dent organization notices are not Marian A. Low, Asst. Prof. of History,
accepted for publication. For more University of Michigan, "Nationalism . ,
information call 764-9270. and Revisionism in Hungary," Monday, E f t fL on,
Nov. 18, Lane Hall Commons Room,
FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 15 12:10 p.m.
Russian Circle, Movie: "Peter the Robert Joseph Bezucha History Dis-
First," Part II, Multipurpose Room, sertatlon: "Association and Insurrec-
U Iayy .,:p tion: The Republican Party and the
Broadcasting Service: WUOM Radio Worker Movement in Lyon, 1831-1835,"
(91.7 Mc 11 a.m. to 11 p.m. daily. on Friday, November 15 at 1 p.m. in
Conference on the Economic Outlook Friday 11:00 a.m. The Eleventh Hour Room 3609 Haven Hall, Chairman: -J.
-1969-Amphitheater, Rackham Build- (repeated at 7 p.m.) Ed Burrows hosts Bowditch.
ing, 9:00 a.m. an hour of news and conversation Michael John Klein, Astronomy,
George R. Reddish Memorial Lecture about the arts and literature. Guest: Dissertation: "The Planet Mercury:
-Dr. Walter Leroy Mallmann, Profes- Laurel Lee Johnson in a discussion of Measurements of Variations in the
sor Emeritus of Public Health Micro- Work shop Theater. Friday 1:00 p~m. Micrawave Disk Temperature," on Fri-
biology, Michigan State University, From The Midway, U of Chicago, "Walt day, November 15 at 1 p.m. in Room
"Disinfection: Facts and Fallacies": Au- Whitman: The Man and .the Myth", 955 Physics-Astronomy Bldg., Chairman:
ditorium, School of Public Health, 2:30 with Jorge Luis Borges, Argentinian F. T. Haddock. "
p.m. novelist. Friday 5:00 p.m. Focus on Stu- Kenneth Charles Mylrea, Bioengineer-
Botany Seminar: Dr. ' G. Ledyard dents, produced by students in the ing, Dissertation: "An Investigation of
Stebbins, University of California, "The speech department. 5:15 p.m. Business the Erythropoletic Resonse of Mice to
Relationship Between Hybridization and Review, with Prof. Ross Wilhelm. Fri- Hypoxia and a Model for the Control
Polyploldy in Plants", at 4:00 p.m. Bot- day 9:45 p.m. Dimensions of Loneliness of Erythropoietic Response of Mice
anical Gardens - "The Novelist's Life and the Life to Hypoxia and a Model for the Con-
Astronomical Colloquium: Michael J of Novels", with Herbert Gold, author, troi of grythropoiesis," on Friday, No-
Klein, Astronomy Department, w i I 1 recorded in Detroit. vember 15 at 10 a.m. in 3018 East Medi-
speak on "The Planet Mercury: Mea- Satprday 1:15 p.m. Football - U-M cal, Chairman: P. H. Abbrecht.
surement of Variations in the Micro- vs. Wisconsin, with Tom Hemingway re- D
wave Disk Temperature.(' Room 296 porting the game from Ann Arbor. Sa- Dan Norman Perkuchin, Education,
Physics-Astronomy Bldg., 4:00 p.m. turday 5:15 p.m. Jazz Revisited, with Dissertation: "A Clustering Model and
Cinema Guild: S. Ray's Mahanagar Hazen Schumacher presenting Jazz sa. its Utilization," on Friday, November 15
(The Great City): Architecture Audi- lutes to Southern cities. Saturday 7:30 at 10 a.m. in Room 4000 U.H.S., Chair-
torium, 7:00 and 9:05 p.m. p.m. The Record Collector, with Prof man: M. C. Johnson.
Degree Recital: Nancy Poland, Or- Warren Good Paul Charles Boylan, Music, Disser-
gan: 2110 Organ Studio, Music School, TV Center Program: On Sunday, No- tation: "The Lieder of Hugo Wolf: Zen-
8:00 p.m. vember 17 the following program by ith of the German Art Song," on Fri-
Gilbert and Sullivan Society: The the TV Center will have its initial tele- day, November 15 at 4:30 p.m. in Room
Gondoliers (or The King of Barataria): cast in Detroit: 12:00 Noon. WWJ-TV, 1219 School of Music, Chairman: L. E.
Lydia Mendelssohn Theater, 8:00, p.m. Channel 4 - A Black and White Die- Cuyler.
(Sharp). tionary. Profs. Robert Vinter and Al- Rudolph Karl Dietrict Haussmann,
Industrial Engineering, Dissertation: "A
Queueing Theory Approach to Measur-6
ing Quality of Nursing C re: Appli-
cation in a Burn Unit," on Friday, No-
vember 15 at 5 p.m. in Room 214 West
Engineering, Chairman R. C. Jelinek.
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3200 S.A.B.
GENERAL DIVISION
with CHRISTANNOUNCEMENTS
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Statistician, degree and 1 year in re-
search and stat work. Library personnel,.
one position for BA, and three for
MALS with and 5 years exper.
Candler General Hospital, Savannah,
Ga.: Physical Therapist, two positions
as department heads of staff and chief
areas. Registered and 3-5 years exper.
State of Connecticut: Domestic Re-
lations Officer, apply before Nov. 20.
MA in soc. wk., family relations, child
dev., psych.. soc. and 1 year in family
counselnng or other areas such as
soc. wk., teaching, parole, probation.
International Iusiness Machines Cor-
poration: Reseach Triangle Park, N.C.:
Technical Libraries and Asst. Technical
Librarian fdr engineering library, Sr.
osition requires MALS, undergrad de-
gee in phys. sci. or technical area, ex-
per. in automation not required, pref.
min.3 years technical library exper, and
1 year in supervisory position, Asst.
position, requires MALS and undergrad
degree in technical area, automation
expernot requ.
Ayerst Laboratories, Bloomfield Hills,
Mich.: Pharmaceutical Representative,
contacts' with physicians, hospital and
retail drug accounty to promote ethi-
cal pharmaceuticals, prefer BS in a
sci. area, no exper required,
State gf Vermont: Highway Planning
Economist. B'A with most coursework
in econ. Asst. Director of Residential
Care. BA and 2 years working with
retarded, deptndent or physically hand-
icapped. Chief of Occupational Ther-
apy, BA in this area and 4 years or
MA and 2. Family Farm, Counselor, de-
gree. School District Reorganization
Consultant, MA and 4 years in educa-
tion, some work in administering or'
consulting. Employment Service Inter-
viewer, BA, no exper. Chief of Pre-
vocational Laboratory, BA in manual or
industrial arts, and 4 years exper. pref.
with a health care facility.
CIBA Corporation, Summit, New Jer-
sey: Japanese national interested in
pharmaceutical production with affil-
iate in Osaka, Japan. Any level degree
in Pharmacy, will receive 6 mo. trng. in
N.J. and 6 mo. in Basle, Switzerland
headquarters before taking assignment
in Japan.
SUMMER PLACEMENT
SERVICE
212 S.A.B., Lower Level
Summer, Training Program at Day-
ton's in Minneapolis, Minn.: Sign up
for interviews at-3200 S.A.B., state
you are applying for the Summer Pro-
gram only. Interviews held on Novem-
her 21
Camp Matapone, Maine, girls, inter-
viewing Nov 20, 10 a.m.-3 p.m. for
Group Head, age min 21. Speciality
Counselors in waterfront (WSI), tennis,
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formation center in Room 3516 S.A.B.,
no appts. necessary. Hours: 9;00 a.m. -
6 p.m.
VISTA Week, Nov. 18-22: Information
center in Room 3524 S.A.B., no appts.,
,necessary. Hours 9 a.m. - 5 p.m.
Community Career Opportunity Con-
ferences, or Operations Native Sons,
held during Xmas Holidays (most Dec.
26-28; some X30-31). Both residents and
other students welcome to meet with
employers of the area, browse, or hold
interviews. Poster) listing over 200 such
meetings and individual posters from
areas are on file in the Career Planning
Library area of Placement Services. A
few request postcards for advance re
gistration. We, will list areas as we
receive individual notices, watch this
column, and come in to check the
nationwide listings on the poster.
Greater Cincinnati Area, December 30,
1968 Cincinnati Convention Exposition
Cenier.
6Current Position Openings received by
Gen. Div. by mail and phone, not inter-
views on campus, call 764-7460 for ap-
plication procedures. These are all open
immediately or within 1-2 mo.
Pennsylvania Department of Public
instruction, Harrisburg, Pa.: School Li-
brary Dev.. Advisor, MALS and 4 yrs
school or public libr. exper. Intergroup
Education Advisor, MA and 4 years
exper, 2 in implementing intergroup ed.
programs. Social Studies Education Ad-
visor, MA with specialization in soc.
studies, or civics. :Veteran's Education
Specialist, BA and 2 years in ed work.
Teacher Ed. Advisorj MA and 30 ad-
ditional credite, 4 years in state pro-
gram, or as college level teacher. Other
positions for persons with graduate
work and college teaching experience.

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Libertarian League, Meeting. Sunday,
November 17th, 2:00 p.m., 2X (MIMES)
Union.
* * * *
Society of Classical Liberalism, Nov.
15th, 4:00 p.m., Room 3-C Union;
Speaker: Dr. Gerhart Niemeyer, Univ. of q
Notre Dame. Topic: "The Problem of
Power in International Relations,"
* * * *
Iillel Foundation, 1429 Hill Street,
Friday, Nov. 15, 5:00 p.m.,- Traditional
Service' 8:00 p.m. - Joint Hillel-B e t h
Israel Service with a talk on "Religion
and the 'Family" by Prof. Paul Glasser
of the School of Social Work; Sat., Nov.
16 9:00 a.m. - Traditional Service.
Committee of Responsibility to aid
war burned Vietnamese children, gen-
eral meeting. Nov. 18, 8:00 p.m. 600
Catherine,

TIM REYNOLDS
poet, author of Ryoonji, Half Life, and Slocum;
translator (his version of Aristophanes' Peace
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WILL READ HIS POEMS
FRIDAY, NOV. 15, 8:00 P.M
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"' 'Twas the Night Before Christmas
Christmas Organs and Chimes
... ... .... ..Jesse Crawford :
White Christmas ...........Dennis Day,
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