Thursday, August 29, 1968
THE MICHIGAN DAILY
Thursday, August 29, ~I 968 THE MICHIGAN DAILY
DAILY OFFICIAL BULLETIN
New footbridge to the Hill
y MICHAEL THORYN
Dirty feet will be presented to
persons walking in the Forest-
North University area by Palmer
Field for at least another month.
A 15-foot wide pedestrian and
bicycle bridge costing $260,000 will
carry residents of the Hill over a
re-built and widened . Forest
James Brinkerhoff, director of
busines operations said the bridge
would be finished in December.
Jack Weidenbach, Director of
Plant Extension, hopes for a No-
"The work is part of a long
range program to improve the flow
Steam lines go
The gaping holes and piles of
dirt pedestrians must avoid at
crucial intersections are the ex-
teridr'signs of an extension of the
Un'iversity's steam lines.
Jack Weidenback Director of
Plant Extension said, "We used to
put steam pipes in tunnels. This
steam line will be buried directly
in the ground. Men will enter
through a manhole to check press-
ure," he added.
The project, designed to increase
available steam pressure has an
estimated cost of $314,000.
Steam is used to heat University
buildings. There are five excava-
tion sites on the Central Campus.
of traffic around the east side of
the central campus," said Univer-
sity Planner Fred Mayer. When
the master plan is completed,
many roads surrounding the cen-
tral campus will be closed to traf-
"North University has been
closed between Washtenaw and
Forest," Mayer said. "Traffic
should be back on Forest by mid-
October," he added.
The cost of the work which will
eventually involve portions of
Geddes,. Washtenaw, North Uni-l
versity, Fletcher, and Huron as
well as the bridge was estimated
at $1.7 million by Brinkerhoff.
The University is sharing costs
with the city. The project will cost
the University $800,000 including
the value of University-owned
land lost to roads, according to
"The biggest dust problem is
behind us," he said. "Forest has
The project, part of Ann Arbor's
Six-Year Capital Improvement
Program began in May but was
slowed by a building trades strike
that a f f e c t e d construction
throughout the Detroit metropo-
The City Department of Roads
and Traffic urges motorists to de-
tour on Washtenaw and Packard
and narrower streets that are not
Pedestrians in the area think
the improvements will be "great
when they're done" but currently,I
"kind of a pain."
"We'll be slogging through mud
pretty soon," one woman said.
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THURSDAY, AUGUST 29
Center for Programmed Learning for
Business-"Management of Behavior
Change": Michigan Nnion, 8:30 A.M.
to 5:00 P.M.
Department of Economics Lecture-
Professor Harry G. Johnson, University
of Chicago and the London Echool of
of Chicago and the London School of
Economics, "Inside Money, Outside
Money, Income, Wealth and Welfare in
Monetary Theory," Thursday, August
29, Multipurpose Room, Undergraduate
Library, 4:00 P.M.
INTRAMURAL SPORTS PROGRAM-
SPORTS BUILDING, SOUTH CAMPUS
AT HOOVER & GREEN STS.
Building Hours - Monday through
Building Hours - (through Sept.)
- Monday through Friday, 8:00 a.m.
- 7:00 p.m. Saturday, 8:00 a.m. - 6:00
p.m. Sunday, CLOSED.
Swimming - Monday through Fri-
day - Faculty ONLY - 11:45 am. -
1:00 p.m. Faculty and Students - 4:00
p.m. - 6:30 p.m. Saturday - Faculty
and Students - 10:00 a.m. - 12 noon;
2:30 p.m. - 5:30 p.m.
Squash - All courts open during
regular building hours.
Handball - All courts CLOSED for
refinishing; open on September 3rd.
Main Gymnasium - CLOSED for re-
finishing; open on September 12th.
Locker Rental - Main office open
Monday through Friday, 8:00 a.m. -
4:30 p.m. FEES: Students, $7.00 for two
trimesters; Faculty, $9.00 per year;
Faculty Squash and Tennis Club,
$15.00 per year; Weightlifting Club,
$15.00 per year; Boxing, Judo and Ka-
rate Clubs, $7.00 per year; Daily Locker
Rental, $.25 per day.
Athletic Managers' Meetings - ALL
meetings in Room 3A, Michigan Union.
All Athletic Managers must attend
their respective meeting. Fraternity
Division - Wednesday, Sept. 4th, 7:30
p.m. Independent Division - Wednes-
day, Sept. 4th, 8:45 p.m. Residence Halls
Division - Thursday, Sept. 5th, 7:30
p.m. Graduate Division - Thursday,
Sept. 5th, 8:45 p.m. 1
Softball Tournament -- All-Campus
Faculty-Student Fast Pitch tourna-
ment. Entry fee $5.00; all entries close
Tuesday, Sept. 3rd at '5:00 p.m.; entries
limited to a maximum of 64 teams.
Games begin Wednesday, Sept. 4th;
all entries guaranteed to play a mnini-
mum of two games; trophies will be
Co-Recreational Activity - for stu-
dents, coeds, faculty and their wives;
Friday 7:30 - 10:00 p.m. Swimming,
gymnastics and other activities as faci-
lities are available.
For Additional Information - call
663-4181 or 663-4182. The office is open
during all regular building hours.
8 pi . Nat. Science Auditorium - B
MlobilizaT ion CommiIteeII l~iag
Rally Ags 6 93-12 No
Steps of main library.
- 8 a.m, -- 4 pm. - Registrationi
lines, Watermn1 mn1asium.
Registration booth -- August 26 28
Alichigan Rugby Football Club -
U.A1. Tae Kwan Do Association
'Korean Karate) - Karate Demon-
stration - August 31 8 p.m. Lyia
The approval of the following stu-
dent sponsored events becomes effec-
tive after the publication of this no-
tice. All publicity for these events
must be withheld until the approval Harold John Adams,. Education, Dr)-
has become effective. sertation: 'Three Practicum Coon-1
Approval request forms for student ents Associated with Client Earl<-
sponsored events are available in rooms Appearing Behavior Change," on
1001 and 1546 of the Student Activities Wednesday, August 28 at 10 a.m. in1
Bilding. Room 3008 Ouimet Bldg. (611 Church
Committee of Responsibility St.), Chairman: G. R, WalC.
Bucket Drive - August 26, 27, 28 - James Patrick McCabe,. Library
9 a.m. - 4 p.m. - Diag - Fishbowl Science, Dissertation: "Catholic Refer-
and central campus. ence Sources: A Critical Study," on
University Activities Center - Booth Wednesday, August 28 at 3 p.m. in
on Diag - August 26 - Sept. 2 - 8 Room 311 General Library, Chairman:.
a.m. 5 p.m. - D. R. E. Bidlack.
Delta Sigma Phi - Phi Sigma Sigma
Lawn Dance - August 27, 1968 - 4 -IPl c m t
Sigma Nu - Lawn Dance - August BUREAU OF APPlNTMEN'rs
27, 1968 e- 9 - 12 p.m. - 700 Oxford. UR U 3F AB
Chi Phi Fraternity - Lawn Dance -3200 GENERAL DIVISION
August 28, 1968 - 8 - 11 p.m. Chi PhiG L
House. December and Spring Graduates:
Crop and Saddle Riding Club - Mass Placement services are available to
meeting - Sept. 5 - 7 p.m. - Michi- anyone with 12 or more hours at
gan Union. U of M. Hours of the Office are 8:30
Theta Xi +- Delta Delta Delta - -12 & 1:30 - 4:30 M-F. 3200 S.A.B.
Charity Mixer - Sept. 6 - 9 - 12 p.m. Services include Career Counseling,
Michigan Union Ballroom. Teacher Placement, Govn't Career In-
Alpha Kappa Lambda - Mixer - formation and application 'procedures,
Sept. 7, 1968 - 9 - 12 p.m. -- Michigan Summer Placement Service, a u d
Union Ballroom. Careers in Business and Industry,.
Alpha Delta Phi - State Street Lawn Recruiting on campus by representa-
Dance - Sept. 13 - 4 - 6 p.m. tives of the above throughout the U.S.
Alpha Delta Phi -- All Campus T.G. is done in the fall and spring. You
- Sept. 13 - 4 - 6 p.m. - 556 S. must give us your current address this
State. and every semester to receive weekly
District rl1 of IFC - Dance and Art recruiting date listings. Employers ex-
Fair in Arb. - Sept. 14 - 1 - 5 p.m, pect to see information on inter-
Arb. viewees, therefore we require at least
Newman, Student Association - avita sheet, on our forms for dupli-
Catholic Voice Lecture - Sept. 27 - cation, from you. The advantages of
regerg ople however, are
mi greater Regstraton Meeting for
infrmtin ol llthese mtters will
be held set1 at 3': and 4: PM,. Angell
ill If you miss these meetings come
to 320 S A ,1oitins received con-
!'nual'.byE-mail anid Phone are listed
in li D.O 1. under -"Current Posi-
io Watch this colum1n for all
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on e pleaae cull 764-4760 for further
State 01 Michigan - Public Health
Idu", io n Consultant, two levels, in
ham and Wayne Cts. MPA pre-
erred,1required car higher level, plus
trah Civil Servirc- Inus.trial IHy-
gcnAst, MA in .Chen.(. Che, ME, MetE,
Er Snit , nm. 2 yrs. in Idust.,
C Or ret.flds. Chemist, BS and
National society for Crippled Child-
ran and Adults, Chicago, Ill. - This
orga niaetiohgas Issueda National Per-
sonnecl Registry and tEmploymnent Serv-
ice Bullctin tr Fall 68. Professional
Job open~ings in all categories of this
worK are tested. On tile at the Bureau
of :Appts, ("en. Division.
City of Minneapolis, Minn. - Asst.
City Comptroller, BA and 6 years ex-
perience at admin. level. Laboratory
Technician,. BS with no exper. Social
Worker,. BA in Soc. Sci.
tate of Washington - Sanitarian I,
Dept. of Health, Olympia, Wash., BS
bacteriol., microbiol., parasitology, epi-
d eniolog.y, food tech., biochem., dairy
sci., publ. health, engineering
Granite City Steel Company, Granite
City, Illinois - Sales Engineer for St.
Louis sunbsidiary, Granco Steel Pro-
ducts Co., E engrg, any discipline;
bus. clgree will be considered.
Standard Oil Company, (Ohio),
Cleveland. Olhio - Chem., BS/MS. All
Engrg. degrees, BS/MS, Acctg, BBA/
MBA. Law degrees. Computer person-
nel, e Ner dosirec. Psychology, MS.
Both experienced, 1-5 yrs, and non-
exp(cr. personnel wanted.
Rohn and laas Company, Phila. Pa.
- PhD Chemi, Org;anic, Med. and Phy-
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Mktg. PhD ChE.
Smith Kline & French Laboratories,
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Res. ANal. Writer/Editor, 3-5 yrs.
Pharm. Sales. Med. Chem. pharmacolo-
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