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Thursday, November 21, 1968


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E TIIN gain spots
)er 21 at 3:30 p.m. in Room 1028 East
'ngineering. Chairman: J.A.M. Lyon.
Terry Douglas Smith, Medicinal
:hemistry. Dissertation: "Svnthesis of


The Daily Official Bulletin is an Computer and Communication Sci- meetinf, Thursday. November 21. 1968
official publication of the Univer- ences Lecture Series: Prof. David Gries, 3:00 p.m 3529 SAB. Agenda: 1. Consid
sity of Michigan for which The Stanford University, "Compiler Imple- eration of minutes. 2. Conclusion: Uni-
Michigan Daily assumes no editor- mentation System," Room 3C, Michi- versity Police Relations Report. 3. Com-
ial responsibility. Notices should be gan Union, Coffee 3:30, Lecture 4:00. mittee Appointments (a.) Financial
sent in TYPEWRITTEN form to Physical Chemistry Seminar: Jonathan Aids Committee. 4. Discussion: Human
Room 3528 L.S.&A. Bldg. before 2 C. Hanson, Chemistry Dept., "Crystal Relations.
p.m. of the day peceding publi- { Structure and Thermal Motion of Cor-
cation and by 2 p.m. Friday for annulene," Room 1200 Chem, 4:00 p.m. The Queen's University, Belfast, Ire-
Saturday and Sunday. General No- Botany Seminar: Dr. M. Bazin, School land, again offers an exchange scholar-
tices may be published a maximum of Public Health, will speak on "Evi- ship for a University of Michigan grad-
of two times on request; Day Cal- dence for Sexuality in the Blue Green uate. The scholarship will provide fees,
endar items appear only once. Stu- Algae", 4:15 p.m., 1139 Nat. Sci. Bl1dg. board and lodging for the Academic
dent organization notices are not Cinema Guild: Grigori Chukari's Bal- year 1969-70. A married student re-
accepted for publication. For more lad of a Soldier: Architecture Auditor- ceives 250 pounds in lieu of board
information call 764-9270. ium, 7:00 and 9:05 p.m. and lodging. A grant of $400 will be
CollegiumMusicum: School of Music made by the Graduate School to par-
THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 21 Recital Hall, 8:00 p.m. tially defray the cost of travel. Study
HU _YN EM_ 2University Players (Department of may be carried on in any of the
Speech): Shakespeare's The Tempest: academic disciplines offered at the<
Day Calendar Trueblood Theater. 8:00 p.m. Queen's University. Further informa-
Day Cale daC.TS.eLooete r. R.0 W.Hoffman, tion and application forms are available
Darmstadt, "GenerationandRe os " the Graduate Fellowship Office
Bureau of Industrial Relations Sem- of Carbanions in Protic Media," 1300 Room 1014, Rackham Building. Deadline
roar: "Management of Managers, Pro- Chem, 8:00 p.m. for receipt of applications is January
gram No. 72":,North Campus Commons, 15, 1969.
8:15 a.m.Grt
Programmed Learning for BusinesssDo toral
Workshop: "Instructional Design":nerigaNotices8o3o
Women Students: A course In Re-

Radiolabeled Catecholamine Presurors
and Analogs as Potential Tumor Diag-
nostic Agents," on Thursday, November
21 at 4 p.m. in 3rd floor Conference
Room. Pharmacy Research Bldg., Chair-
man: R. E. Counsell.
Placem en
3200 S.A.B.


Application for the final NSA (Nat'l.
Security Agency) cualification exam
are due November 22. for the testmon
Dec. 7. All students except Math ma-
jors must take this test before the oral
interviews held in Feb. 69,
Peace Corps Week, Nov. 18-22: In-
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.
Current Position Openings received
by General Division by mail and phone,
not interviews on campus, contact
Placement Services, 764-7460 for ap-
plication procedures. Since these posi-
tions need to be filled in the near fu-
ture, they are of interest to December
Ferris State College, Big Rapids.
Mich,: Purchasing Agent, exper de-
sired with approp. bckrnd. in bus. ad.

WASHINGTON (AP) - Minority
groups have been gaining seats
on local draft boards at the rate
of about one out of every five new
openings during the past year, the
Selective Service System has in-
During the past three months,
a spokesman said, black member-
ship on the boards has been in-
creasing faster than one each day;
from Sept. 1 to Nov. 15, a period
of 75 days, 99 blacks were added
for a total now of 921 blacks on
local boards.
For more than a year it has
been Selective Service policy to
increase minority representation
on the local boards, which was
generally small and in some states
As of Oct. 20, 1967, a spokes-
man said, there were 481 blacks
on local boards; now there are
921. Spanish-American represent-
ation rose from 456 to 530; Amer-
ican Indian from 23 to 44; and
Oriental from 41 to 63.

Work in Europe
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Service has arranged jobs,
tours & studying in Europe for
over a decade. Choose from
thousands of good paying jobs
in 15 countries, study at a fa-
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For educational fun-filled &
profitable experience of a life-
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(overseas handling, airmail re-
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listing jobs, tours, study &
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info, to: Dept. M, ASIS, 22 ave.
de la Liberte, Luxembourg
City, Grand Duchy of Lux.

creational Leadership will be offered in
the Winter Term. Students interested
in receiving more information should
attend a meeting on Thursday, Novem-
ber 21, 5:10 at the Women's Athletic
Building. Applications will be available
at that time.
Broadcasting Service: WUOM (91.7
Mc.) 11 a.m. to 11 p.m. daily.
Thursday 1:00 p.m. U. S. Foreign
Policy: The Next Decade: "Projections:
Africa", with Arnold Rivkin, of the
World Bank.
Friday 11:00 a.m. The Eleventh Hour
(repeated at 7 p.m.) Ed Burrows hosts
an hour of news and conversation
about the arts and literature. Feature:
A tribute to John Fitzgerald Kennedy.
Friday 1:00 p.m. From The Midway:
"A Psychological Analysis of Two
Christine Doctrines", with Dr. Paul W.
Pruyser, Menninger Foundation. Fri-
day 5:00 p.m. Focus on Students, pro-
duced by students in the department
of speech. 5:15 p.m. Business Review,
with Prof. Ross Wilhelm. Friday 8:00
p.m. U-M Choir and Symphony Or-
chestra Concert, broaddast live from
Hill Auditorium. Maynard Klein con-
Early Registration for Winter T e r in,
1969: Students who are currently en-
rolled and who have advance classifieds
may register early, between December 4
and December 20, in Room 514 of the
Literature, Scince and the Arts Build-
ing. Students enrolled in the College
of Literature, Science and the Arts, and
the School of Education, will get the
necessary materials in the basement
lobby of the Literature, Science and the
Arts Building beginning December 2.
Other students may pick up their mater-
ials in their respective counseling of-
fices. Students who register early will
not need to return until the first day
of classes.
Please Note! A late registration fee
of $15.00 will be in effect Winter Term,
1969. Anyone registering after Wednes-
day, January 8, will be required to pay
this fee before they are permitted toI
Student Relations Committee: Open


Thomas Gerald Logan, Education and
Psychology, Dissertation: "An Empir-
ical Analysis of Selt Report Behaviors:
Relationships between Perceptual, Cog-
nitive Self-Descriptives, and Personal-
ity Factors as Reported by Naturally
Occurring Groups," on Thursday, No-
vember 21 at 8 a.m. in Room 4019
U.H.S., Chairman F. F. Carpenter.
Marion Carol Stringham, Education,
Diesertation: "Factors Pertaining to the
Utilization or Nonutilization of Psy-
chological Counseling Services in a
Liberal Arts College," on Thursday, No-
vember 21 at 9 a.m. in 2nd floor Con-
ference Room, Administration Bldg.,
Chairman: R. L. Cutler.
Skaidrite Kleinbergs, Radiation Biol-
ogy, Dissertation: "The Effects of
Whole-Body X-Irradiation on Enzymes
in Mouse (Liver Peroxisomes," on
Thursday, November 21 at 2 p.m. in 4th
Level Conference Room, Kresge I,.
Chairman: I. A. Bernstein.
Wolfgang Leo Grichting, Sociology,
Dissertation: "Organizational Structure
and Climate: The Case of the Roman'
Catholic Parish," on Thursday, Novem"
ber 21 at 2:15 p.m. in Room 3028 L. S.
& A., Chairman: E. O. Laumann,
Philip Joseph Rogers Brickman, So-
cial Psychology, Dissertation: "Expect-
ancy Disconfirmation and Information
Search: Cognitive and Affective Com-
ponents," on Thursday, November 21
at 3 p.m. in Room 4110 I.S,R., Chair-
man: R. Bi Zajonc.
George Theodore Mencher, Speech,
Dissertation: "An Investigation of the
Growth of Loudnes in the Ears of Brain
Damaged Adults," on Thursday, No-
vember 21 at 3:15 p.m. in Room 246,
Victor vaughn Speech Clinic, Chair-
mah: R. R. Rupp.
Allan Schnaiberg, Sociology, Disserta-
tion: "Some Determinants and Con-
sequences of Modernism in Turkey,"
on Thursday, November 21 at 3:15 p.m.
at Population Studies Center, 1225
South University; Chairman: D. Gold-
Chao-Chun Chen, Electrical Engineer-
ing, Dissertation: "An Analysis of the
Behavior of the HE1l Mode Ferrite
Tube .Antenna," on Thursday, Novem-

In addition 10i women have

been appointed to local boards
Big Brothers of Saginaw, Inc., Sagi-
naw, Mich.: Case worker, suv. and since the 1937 Draft Law femoved
screening of adult male volunteers for a statuory ban on their member-
working with fatherless boys. Degreein Ship,
psych., soc. wk., or soc. yI



3. .. t

Mobil Chemical Company, Plastics
Division, Macedon, N.Y.: Supervisor,
Training and Developmeft adv. trng, in
behavioral sciences, and exper in assess-
ing training needs and program dev.
Supervisor, Personnel Placement, adv.
trng., clinical psych. exer in assess-
ment, placement and counseling pro-
grams, knowl. ,f test validation. Loca-
tion in Rochester, N.Y.
Computer Sciences, El Segundo,
Calif.: Programmers and operations
analysts, BA or above in Math, Bus. Ad.
or computer curriculum. iMn. of 2
years exper. not specified in what area.
Family Services of Galion, Galion,
Ohio: Director - Counselor of Family
Services, MSW or MA in Guid. and
Couns., prefer former, no exper necess,
Touch Ross Baily and Smart, Cleve-
land, Ohio: Tax Departmeitt member,
JD. LLB, MBA, CPA pref. no exper
if CPA or MBA/LLB in tax speciality, if
in different area prefer 1-2 years tax
exper, or E4A. prefer exper.
Management Consultants: Contact
Placement Sevices for application pro-
cedures, Manager, Internal . Auditing,
BS in acctg., min. 10 years in public
acctg., or acctg. with large company
or acctg. house involved in industrial
auditing. Familiar with industrial cost.
and organizational ability, will super-
vise all auditing functions.
City of Warren, Accountant, degree
in acetg., knowl. of principles of all
Midwest Research Institute, Kansas
City, Mo.: Microbiologist / immunolo-
gist / virologist, PhD. Chemical Eng'.,
PhDw/math bckrnd. Inorganic Chem,
PhD. Chemical Engineer, BS/MS, 0-3
years. Polymer Scientist, PhD, Indus-
trial Economist, adv. degree in bus. ad,
or equiv. and undergrad in ME, IE, or
ChE. Chemical economist, undergraq
degree in Chem or Ch1E and adv. de-
gree in bus, or indust. exper. St. Re-
creation Economist, exper, in rec. re-
search. Microwave engrs., MS and 5-
10 years. Engineering Analyst, adv. de-
gree, math bckrnd. Product and rPocess
gree, math bckrnd. Product and Pro-
cess Engr., new ideas and mgmt. per-
son. Design engr., BSME plus 0-3 yrs.
Jr. or Assoc. Operations Research, Adv.
degree, exper in govn't. and industial
problem solving. Operations Research
Analyst, Military, adv. degree req. Pro-
jeet Control Systems Specialist, CPM,
and PERT skills. Statistician, exper in
bus, or sci. applic. adv. degree req.
State of Oregon, Physical Plant Sup-
erintendent, ME, EE, CE and 4 years in
construction or other aspects of facil-
ity maintenance.
212 S.A.B. Lower Level
Jobs Abroad: ISIS, agency based in
N.Y. and Brussels, will be interviewing
at SPS, 212 SAB, on Nov. 25 and 26,
for information and literature. Holding
group discus ions open to all on eve-
nings at 25 and 26 Nov. from 5-6 P.M.
and 7-8 P.M. in Room 3516 SAB, third
floor. Now is the time to have all those
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Selective' Service presently has
no statistics available on normal
turnover of draft board member-
Another j 1,508 seats became
available Jan. 1 by the mandatory
retirement of members over the
age of 75 as prescribed by a new
provision of the law. And since
then another 333 members have
passed the age limit and retired.
Some 2.613 new openings have
become available on the boards
in the past year; the increase in
ethnic minority membership has
totaled 557.
In southern states, the number
of blacks'on boards remained rela-
tively low with some states-Ala-
bama, Florida and' South Carolina
--having gained their first black
members during the year. But
some showed gains in the past
three months.
Only Mississippi still has no
blacks on its draft boards.
As of Oct. 1, Selective Service
said in its November newsletter,
Pennsylvania led the nation with
65 black board members, followed
by Michigan with 63, Illinois 58,
California 47 and New York City
4, and Louisiana, at that time, 43,.
UM Young Democrats meeting, Nov.
21, 1968, at 8:00 p.m., 3D Union, Elec-
tion of Officers :- Terms to exp ;, Oc-{
tober, 1969.
Hillel Foundation, 1429 Hill St., Fri.,
Nov. 22nd, 4:45 p.m. - Traditional Ser-
vices, 7:15 pm. Hill Student Services;
Sat., Nov. 23rd 9:00 a.m. 'Traditional
S * * *
Christian Science Organization meet-
ifig, Thurs.,,7:30 p~m. Room 3545 SAB.
* * * *
Bach Club Meeting, Thurs., 8:00 p.m.
Guild House, 802 Monroe. St.: Speaker:
Nancy Poland, "The Organ Chorales of
Bach". Jelly donuts and conversation
afterwards. Everyone welcome. For
further information call 769-2922 or



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