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OFFICIAL BULLETIN

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The Daily Official Bulletin is an
official publication of the Univer-
sity of Michigan for which The
Michigan Daily assumes no editor-
ial responsibility. Notices should be
sent in TYPEWRITTEN form to
Room 3528 L.S.&A. Bldg. before 2
p.m. of the day pteceding publi-
cation and by 2 p.m. Friday for
Saturday and Sunday. General No-
tIces may be published a maximum
of two times on request; Day Cal-
endar items appear only once. Stu-
dent organization notices are not
accepted for publication. For more
information call 764-9270.
SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 23
Da Calendar

gan: First Baptist Church, 8:30 p.m. I sembly's Committee on the Proper Role to open meetings, that members would
of the University of Michigan in the feel intimidated by students, is tell-
Educational System of the State, Wil- ing commentary on the deliberations of
General No ices liam E. rown, Jr. 5. Report of the that committee, and WHEREAS: It is
Senae Advisory Committee on Uuniver- obnoxious that decisions be made be-
---- sity Affairs on its role as advisory to hind closed doors that directly affect
Broadcasting Service: WUOM Radio the President - Irving M. Copi. 6. Mo- the lives of students, THEREFORE, BE
(91.7 Mc.) 12 noon to 11 p.m. Satur- tion to amend Article I, Section 4(2) of IT RESOLVED: That SGC immediately
day; Sunday 12 Noon to 6 p.m. the Rules of the University Senate, draft and submit a letter to the Cur-,
Saturday 1:15 p.m. U-M vs. Ohio Senate Assembly, and Senate Advisory riculum Committee of the Lit. School;
State Football Game, with Tom Hem- Committee on University Affairs. 7. demanding that all meetings of the
ingway reporting the play-by-play from Faculty Salaries - Report by W. Kaplan. committee be open to anyone. BE IT
Columbus. Saturday 5:15 p.m. Jazz Re- 8. Old and new business. 9. Discussion FURTHER RESOLVED: That SGC shall
visited, with Hazen Schumacher pre- from the floor. take any action that it deems appro-
senting Duke Ellington from 1929 to The Vice Presidents of the Univer- priate to insure that these meetings be
1936. 7:30 p.m. Record Collector, with sity are invited to attend the Sen- open.
Prof. Warren Good. ate meeting to discuss matters of con- Approved: To allocate $60.00 to the
Sunday 2:00 p.m. Cleveland Orchestra cern to the University community. Hog Farm.
Concert, George Szell conductor. Mo- Approved:''WHEREAS: Council mem-
zart, Wagner. 4:00 p.m. Ernest Bloch: Dr. Ronald Freedman, Director of Aroved: amaERng Coucil merds
The Man and His Music. the University of Michigan Population berhwm AnlIne n tward
..thiC *LUILJi b ,~i d Ot '4 d iUt

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StndiPr, Canter Vwill lead~ A +diren Onn s

TV Center Program: On Sunday, on "Opportunities for Fellowship Sup-
University Players (Department of November 24 the -following program port and Later Careers in Population
Speech): Shakespeare's The Tempest: produced by the TV Center will have Studies" at 4:15 on November 25 in the
Trueblood Theater, 2:30 and 8:00 p.m. its initial telecast in Detroit: 12:00 Assembly Hall of the Rackham Bldg.
. Noon, WWJ TV, Channel 4: "An Ear This is pertinent for seniors and first
Hill Auditorium, 4:00 pm for the Troubled." Dr. Philip Mar- year graduate students in sociology,
piin .,.golis, Director of the Washtenaw Co. economics, mathematics, zoology, na-
Degree Recital: Susan Schoen, Cello: Community Mental Health Center, and tural resources and related fields.
School of Music Recital Hall, 4:30 p.m. staff members discuss the operation of
Cinema Guild: Hodse Committee on their Crisis service. SUMMARY OF ACTION TAKEN BY
Un-American Activities' Operation UNIVERSITY SENATE MEETING STUDENT GOVERNMENT CPUNCIL
Abolition: Architecture Auditorium, Monday, November 25, 1968 at 4:00 p.m. AT ITS MEETING NOVEMBiR 21, '68
7:00 and 9:05 p.m. The regular fall meeting of the Uni- Approved: SGC endorses the efforts of
Opera: Puccini's La Boheme: Josef versity Senate will he 'held Monday, Professor Galler of Faculty Assembly
Blatt, Conductor; Ralph Herbert, Stage November 25, at 4:00 p.m. in Rackham to include students on the SACUA Ad-
Director. Lydia Mendelssohn Theater,. Lecture Hall. The agenda is as follows: visory Committee to Vice President
8:00 p.m. 1. Consideration of the minutes of Smith. However, SGC strongly urges
Unversity Jazz Band: Larry David- the regular Senate meeting of April 15, that a minimum of (4) voting student,
son, Conductor: Hill Auditorium, 8:00 1968. 2. Report from President Fleming members be appointed to this advisory
pm. - on Current Matters. 3. Vice President board.
Organ Recital: Robert Noehren, Or- Ross, remarks. 4. Report of the As- Appointed: Marty Ayers, Chairman
of the ad hoc Committee on Student
r Approved : That SGC recognize the
Paddle Ball ClubFall '68' as a student
ORGANIZATION NOTICES organization.That SGC recognize the
French Student Association - Inter-
national Center as a student organi-
zation.

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omer members ana owaras constiu.
ents, and WHEREAS: This insensitivity
cuts down communication of essen-
tial information, and WHEREAS: De-#
cisions should never be made on the
basis of insufficient data, MOVE: That,
Council direct Gayle Rubin to set up
sensitivity/leadership training for the
Council members.
Approved: WHEREAS: SGC and SGCF
members have consistently talked
about high book prices, and WHERE-
AS: SGC has done nothing about these
high book prices, and WHEREAS: Any,
further delay in establishing a book
mart will mean a delay of at least a
year, THEREFORE' MOVE: (1) That
SGC (and its Student Consumers Un-
ion) move immediately to establish a
student used-book mart. (2) The SGC
establish a select committee on a book
mart. (3) To appoint Bob Nelson, Carol
Hollenshead, Mark Rosenbaum, Gene
Smith, Mark Hodax, Chris Dabrowski,
Jim Morgenstern, Mary Livingston and
Dennis Webster to the select commit-
tee.
Approved: To allocate up to $20 to
Mrs. Samuelson for purchase of a
heater for her office.

Approved. That SaC hold its .Jan-
uary 23rd meeting at Bursley.
Approved: To establish a select com-
mittee on S.A.B. Office Additions.
Appointed: Charles Kao, Chairman
of the select committee on S.A.B. Of-
fice Additions
Approved: That. SOC adopt the policy
that only Council members be allowed
to sit at the table unless a non-member
is specifically invited to the table.
Placeimwnt
GENERAL DIVISION
3200 S.A.B.
Community Career Opportunity Con-
ferences, or Operations Native Sons,
held during Xmas Holidays (most Dec.
26-28. some 30-31). 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 on ifle in the career Planning
Library area of Placement Services. A
few request postcards for advance re-
gistration. We will list areas as we re-
ceive individual notices, .,watch thisj
column, and come in to check the na-
tionwide listings on the poster.
Greater Grand Rapids, Mich.: Dec.
30, noon to 8 p.m., Exhibition Hall,
Grand Rapids Civic Auditorium.
Columbus, Ohio, December 26, 27,.
28. Sheraton - Columbus Hotel. Re-
quested to register Thursday, Dec.26,
noon - 5 p.m.
Central Illinois Industrial Associa -
tion, Peoria, Ill., December 26 and 27,
Hotel Pere Marquette. Registration
cards available,
Current Position Openings, not in-s
terviews on campus, call 764-7460 for
application information. These are toa
be filled soon, therefore December
graduates are welcome to apply.
Kenyon and Eckhardt Advertising Co.,
Detroit, Mich.: Assistant Product In-

formation Specialist. some imechanical
drawing exper.. writing, c rntact work
withi clients, some copy exper. aecess.
,John Hancock Mutual Life Insurance
Company. Boston, Mass.: Economis.
forecast work with long term lwxe t-
ments, familiar with macro and micro
ecen. theory, quantitative work. PhD
pref., or equiv. exper, several years
research exper, pref.
Local Museum: Resemch Assi ant,.
chemictl work with organ cultl re. ml-
lucks and invertebrates. BS in Ch-m.,'
Biol., Zoo., of Physiol., no exper. necess.
Michigan Cancer Foundation, Detroit,.
Mich.: Librarian for small collection,;
mo tly journals, fairly medically tech-
nical, BA degree level, no part icular
field, 1 or more yeas exper in a lib-
rav.
State of Nebaska, Soil and Water
Conservation Commission, Lincoln,
Nebraska: Civil or agricultural en-
gineer with exper in watershed plan-
ning.
Bell Aeosystems, Buffalo, N.Y.: Posi-
tions in Elecromechanical Syst. Engrg.,
Structural Syst.. Manuf. and Research,
Finance positions. Most mid-level
mgmt., exper from 2-5 yrs., adv. degrees,
few EA level entrance positions.
Kankakee State Hospital, Special
Educational Services, Ill.: Positions for
persons without spec. ed. certification,
trainee positions with salary and tui-
tion grants, specially interested in
graduates in home econ., math, sci-
ences, reading, and speech and hearing.
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S'MMR PLACEMENT1
SE:RVICE-
2l:? S.A..,1 I ower I.eel
.Jobs Abroad: ISIS. a e hcy Uasd in
N.Y. and Brussels, will b interviewing
at SPS, 212 SAB. on Nov. 25 and 26
for information anad literature Holdk)in
group discussions open to all on eve-
n1ings at 25 and 26 Nov. from 5-6 P.M
and 1-8 P.M. in Roomb 3516 SAB. third
110,,. Now is the tim to have all those
qluestions abimit working abroad an-
svered
While home for Christmas Vacations,
the following stores will interview for
their college boards:
Shillito's of Cincinnati, Ohio: Dec.
19, 20, 21, 26, 27, and 28. for Freshmen,
Sophomores, and Jrs. I Magnin and Co.
of San Francisco. Dec. 20, 21 and 23,
Sophomore, Jr. or Sr.
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EUROPE ON ZERO$ PER DAY
If you are looking for a low cost, living and learning
experience in Europe this summer or year-round, visit
the ISTC ISIS representative for information and appli-
cations on November 25 and 26. Group meeting for ques-
tions and answers will be held on November 25 and 26 at
SA. B. in Room 3516 from 5 to 6, and 7 to 8. The repre-
sentative will also be available during the day in S.A.B.
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College Republicans meeting, on Nov.
26th, 7:30 p.m. UGLI Multi-purpose
room, Election of at-large members to
executive board.
Hillel Foundation, 1429 Hill St., Sun.,
Nov. 24th, 6:00 p.m., Deli House, fea-
turing a talk at 6:30 by Rabbi Sherwin
Wine of Temple Birmingham (Mich.)
on "Intermarriage and the College Stu-
dent"; Mon., Nov. 25th, 8:00 p.m. Prof.
Herbert Kellam of the Psych Dept.,
speaks on "Ethical Problems in Social
Research". Rabbi Max Ticktin will
moderate and react to both speakers.
Student Religious Liberals will meet
on Sunday, Nov. 24th at 7:00 p.m. to
hear Assistant Prof. John Hagen and
Joan Zweben, a graduate student lead
a discussion on "Positive Psychology -
Ressell to Esalen", at the First Unitar-
Ian Church, 1917 Washtenaw. Coffee
and . donuts, everyone welcome.
* * * *
Phi Kappa Alpha: Open house, Nov.
23rd, 3:00 to 5:30 p.m., 1923 Geddes;
open house in honor of receiving
charter from the national fraternity.

Urban Educational Committee, Stu-,
dents for Educational Innovation. Mon-
day, Nov. 25th, 9:00 p.m. Guild House,
802 Monroe St. Development of a
position paper to be presented to and
discussed by the Commission on Ur-
ban Education.
Bach Club meeting: Weds., Nov. 27th,
Guild House, 802 Monroe St., 8:00 p.m.
John Harvith speaks on "Out of Des-
peration." Jelly donuts and fun fol-
lowing.
$University Lutheran Chapel: 1511
Washyenaw. Sunday service at 9:30 p.m.
and 11:00 a.m. on Nov. 24th. Guest
speaker Rev. Eugene Krentz, Assistant
to the President of Concordia Luth-
eran Jr. College. Communion in 11:00
service.
S * * *
Gamma Delta: Lutheran student or-
ganization. Suppei- program at 1511
Washtenaw on Nov. 24th at 6:00 p.m.
Speaker: Melvin Kieschmick, formerly
with Lutheran Church's educational
mission in Hong Kong for 10 years
(1956-65) - "Eduction in Hong Kong, a
cultual Synthesis". Come!

Approved: WHEREAS: The issues of
concern of the Cirriculum Committee
of the Lit. School directly affect the
lives of the students, and WHEREAS:
It is a central doctrine of education
that one possess an influence in mat-
ters that directly affect his life, and
WHEREAS: The major objection of the
Curriculum Committee of Lit. School
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