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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

FRIDAY, MAX 15,

F _,DA ._MAY ._,

DAILY OFFICIAL BULLETIN

(Continued from Page 4)
Delta Chi, Delta Kappa Epsilon, Kappa
Sigma, Kelsey Hse., Lambda Chi Alpha,
Phi Delta Epsilon, Phi Delta" Theta;
Phi Gamma Delta, Phi Kappa Psi, Phi
Kappa Tau, Phi Sigma Kappa, Psi Up-
silon, Public Health Club, Sigma Alpha
Epsilon, Sigma Chi, Strauss Hse., Tay-
lor and Reeves Hses., Theta Chi, Theta
Xi, Triangle, Trigon, Zeta Beta Tau,
Zeta Psi.
May 17: Adelia Cheever Hse., Alice
Lloyd Hall, Hayden Hee., Henderson
Hse., Tyler Hse.
Late Registrations:
May 16: (one o'clock closing hour)
Phi Delta Phi, Delta Sigma Phi, Delta
Tau Delta, Evans Scholars, Tau Delta
'Phi, Phi Delta Chi, Phi Kappa Sigma.
Summary of action taken by Student
Government Council at its meeting
May 13, 1959.
Approved minutes of the previous
meeting.
Approved appointments to NSA Con-
gress: Delegates, Jo Hardee, John Feld-
kamp, Phillip Zook, Roger Seasonwein,
Boren Chertkov, Tom Turner, Casey
King; Alternates, Patricia Backman,
Nancy Adams, Joel Handleman, Ann
O'Neal.
Approved appointment of John
Quinn to the Student Activities Schol-
arship Board.
Approvedtransfer of $200 from Cen-
tral Pep Rally Fund to the Wolverine
Club to meet expenditures on the No-
vember 7, 1958 Pep Rally.
Approved following statement to be
forwarded to the Clarification Com-
mittee - "SG Cconsiders that the only
criteria for review of SGC action com-
patible with a meaningful student gov-
ernment are the following:
(1) Procedural irregularities, (2) Jur-
isdictional questions, and (3) ques-
tion of reasonable action, whether
the Council has acted reasonably in
accord with the great, weight of the
evidence. Imposition of any other
criteria for review of SGC action
would in effect be merely replacing"
SOC opinion with Review Board
opinion. Review of this sort could
only result in the eventual deterior-
ation of student government."
Approved motion to transmit the re-
sults of the Rose Bowl Referendum
held May 12, 13 to the Faculty Senate
without comment.
Approved motion to recommend to'
the Faculty Senate that they support
University participation in the Rose
Bowl or in some other post-season
game.
Approved I-Hop, September 26, 1959
sponsored by Assembly Association,
League.
Approved colony status for Tau Ep-
silon Phi for a* period of one year.
Accepted report on Men's Rushing.
Tabled motion to accept the budget
presented by the J-Hop Central Com-
mittee, for a J-Hop dance to be held in
the' League, pending consideration of
specific items with the Finance Com-
mittee.
Received and forwarded to the Elec-
tions Director for consideration, policy

recommendations submitted by Rich-
ard Erbe, Elections Director for the
1958-59 elections.
Received and forwarded to the Elec-
tions Director for consideration, rec-
ommendations for chages in election
procedure as submitted by 'Al Haber.
Approved establishment of an Inter-
national Coordinating Board which
shall consist of representatives of mem-
ber organizations, and a chairman ap-
pointed by the Student Government
Council. The Board shall function un-
der the proposal as submitted and
should present recommendations to the
Council in regard to structure and
function following the 1960 Inter-
national Week.
Tabled a motion to discontinue the
Foreign Student Leadership Program.
Concerts
French Horn Ensemble: The Univer-
sity French Horn Ensemble, directed
by Clyde Carpenter, together with High
School ensembles participating in a
French Horn Clinic. Sat., May 16, 8:30
p.m. The, concert, originally scheduled
for Aud. A, will be heard in Hill Aud.
Student Recital: Robert Blasch, plan-
ist, Aud. A, Angell Hall, Fri., May 15,
8:30 p.m. in lieu of a thesis for the de-
gree of Master of Music (Music Litera-
ture).
Academic Notices
Automatic Programming and Numeri-
cal Analysis Seminar: Mr. Richard H.
Barltels, "An Experiment in Machine
Learning," Fri., May 15, 4:00 p.m. rm.
3209 Angell Hall.
Doctoral Examination for Benjamin
Charles Johnson, Epidemiology: thesis:
"A Sampling Survey Study of Arterial
Blood Pressure Levels in Nassau, New.
Providence, Bahamas, 1958, for Descrip-
tion of Levels of Blood Pressure in. a
Population in Relationship to Age, Sex,
Race, and Other Factors." Fri., May.
15, 3072 School of P.H., 3:00 P.M. Chair-
man, H. J. Dodge.
Doctoral Examination for Weston
Edward Vivian, Electrical Engineering;
thesis: "Transport of Noise at Micro-
wave Frequencies Through a Space-
Charge-Limited Diode," Fri., May 15,
2201 E. Engrg. Bldg., at 3:00 p.m., Chair-
man Gunaar Hok.
Doctoral Examination for Anthony
Joseph Sisti, Chemistry; thesis: "The
1,3-Rearrangement of o-Aminophenyl-
carbinols," Fri., May 15, 3003 Chem.
Bldg.., 3:00. Chairman, R. M. Stiles.
Doctoral Examination for Gerald Hugh
Golden, Nuclear Engineering; thesis:
"The Effect of Centrifugal Force on the
Decontamination Factor in the Evapor-
ation of Radioactive Solutions," Fri.,
May 15, 2042 Phoenix Bldg., at 3:30 p.m.
Chairman, L. E. Brownell.
Doctoral Examination for Ganapati
Parashuram Patil, Mathematics; thesis:
"Contributions to Estimation in a Class

of Discrete Distributions," Fri., May 15,
3200 Angell Hall, 2:15 p.m., Chairman,
C. C. Craig.
Doctoral Examination for Lois Mary
Thierman, Romance Languages & Lit-
eratures: French; thesis: "Saint-Beuve
and Women of the Eighteenth Cen-
tury," Fri., May 15, 3098 Frieze Bldg.,
3:00 p.m. Co-chairmen, R. J. Niess
and P. M. Spurlin.
Doctoral Examination for Aris Con-,
stantine Spengos, Civil Engineering;'
thesis: "An Investigation of.Corner,
Eddies and Free-Surface Instability,"
Fri., May 15, 122 'W. Engrg. Bldg., 3:15
p.m. Co-Chairmen, V. L. Streeter and
C. S. Yih.
Doctoral Examination for Donald Eu-
gene McLaughlin, Chemistry; thesis:
"Complexes of Cyclic Ethers with Bor-
on Trifluoride and of Cyclic Imines
with Trimethylboron," Sat., May 16,
3003 Chem. Bldg., at 10:00 a.m. Chair-
man, Milton Tamres.
Doctoral Examination for Robin
James Robinson, Chemical Engineer-
ing; thesis: "Gas Chromatography as
a Recovery Process," Sat., May 16, 3201"
E. Engrg. Bldg., at 8:30 a.m. Chairman,
J. J. Martin.
Doctoral Examination for Bruce Ed-
ward Miller, English Language and
Literature; thesis: "A Study of Keats'
Endymion," Sat., May 16, 2601 Haven
Hall, 2:00 p.m. Chairman, C. D. Thorpe.
Placement Notice*
Generals Division, Bureau of Appoint-
ments, 4001 Admin. Bldg. Phone Ext.
3371. Contact our office if you have
additional questions on. any of the
following.
Personnel Requests:
Your Furniture House, Inc., near
Geneva, Ohio. Interior Decorator for
the store. Graduate in Interior Dec-
oration. Prefer graduates with home
ties in the Ashtabula to Mentor, Ohio
area.
Doherty, Clifford, Steers and Shen-
field, Inc., New York City. Consumer
goods advertising agency. General De-
velopment Program for June grads'
on either a Bachelor's or Master's De-.
gree level. Six months' training pro-
gram.
Hillman's Chicago, Ill. Hillman's is
a privately owned chain of supermar-
kets in the Chicago area. Graduates
would be' given a thorough training in
all facets of their business; it would
be expected that this training would
necessarily require them to start at the
bottom, but would lead through mer-
chandising, buying, operations, and
personnel.
Avco Rad Division, Wilmington, Mass.
Unusual positions, theoretical and ex-
perimontal available for persons inter-
ested in basic studies in Aero-Thermo
Chemistry.
Sarkes Tarzian, Inc., Bloomington,
Ind. They are interested in having cor-
respondence from graduating seniors
who have majored in radio and tele-
vision. At the present time they are

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thinking in terms of announcers, di-
rectors, film editors, photo lab tech-
nicians, and studio assistants. Also,
they are interested in people who
wouid be interested in television time
sales. Tool and Die Maker, must be able
to construct,' repair, and maintain shop
tools, jigs, and fixtures.. Spray Painter,
above average talent required. Drafts-
man, must have several years' experi-
ence. Mechanical Inspector. Must have'
experiencve in inspection of close pre-
cision mechanical parts. Quality Con-
trol Analyst. General electronic train-
and/or experience required. Account-
ing Clerk, under supervision of the In-
ternal Auditor.
State of Connecticut, Hartford. Phar-
macist. Veterans' Hospital, Rocky Hill,
Conn. Compounds and dispenses drugs
on prescription at Veterans' Hospi-
tal, Rocky Hill, Conn. Closing date:
May 27, 1959. Election Division Clerk.
Work in the Electron Division of the
office of the Secretary of the State.
Organizes and maintains records for
national, state, town, city and borough
elections. Closing date: May 20, 1959.
Public Health Lab. Technician. Clos-
ing date: May 27, 1959. Performs rou-
tine technical work in the Health Dept.
laboratories. Clerk III. 'Closing date:
May 20, 1959. Performs highly difficult'
clerical work with a minimum of su-
pervision; may supervise a group, of
clerical employees, or a few clerical
employees on complex work. Stenogra-
pher III,. Closing date: May 20, 1959.
Performs highly difficult and respon
sible stenographic and clerical work
in. charge of other stenographic and

clerical, personnel, or sets as secretary
to an executive.
Veterans Administration Hospital,
Lebanon, Pa. Psychiatric Social Work-
era. M.S. in Social Workand one year
of supervised casework experience re-
quired. 0S-9 position Laboratory Ani-
mal Caretaker. Opening in Dearborn,
Mich. Will supervise and/or perform
work of a manual character involving
the care of animals maintained for ex-
perimental purposes, such as mice, rats,
hamsters, guinea pigs, rabbits, chick-
ens, monkeys, dogs and other animals
commonly used in scientific labora-
tories.
Argonne National Laboratory, Le-
mont, Ill. Male Research Technicians.
B.S. in Chemistry, must have physical
chemistry. Assembly of equipment and
operation of lab apparatus.
Plankington Packing Co., Milwaukee,
Wisc. Sales. Young men between the
ages of 21 and 28, graduating this year,
or graduates returning from military
service. Brochures are available by con-
tacting the Bureau.
Organizationt
Noticesg
Congregational- Disciples Guild,
Luncheon Discussion, May 15, 12 Noon,
Guild House.
* * *
Hillel Foundation, Sabbath Services,
May 15, 7:15 p.m., Zwerdling - Cohn
Chapel.
* *. *
Presbyterian Stud. Fellowship, Gradu-
ate Student Picnic, May 15. Cars will
leave the church at 4:30 & 5:30 p.m.,
Second Dexter-Huron Park.
Wesleyan Fellowship, Senior Banquet,
May 15, 6:30. pam., Wesleyr Lounge.

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