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24: 1959



Pitt Students
To Advise




'A Student Affairs Committee
has been formed at the University
of Pittsburgh to serve as an ad-
visory body to Assistant chancellor
of student affairs Charles H.
Peake, Chancellor Edward H..
Litchfield announced.
The new committee will be con-
cerned with all aspects of campus
life outside the classroom with the
exception of religion. Its goal is
to help create an environment
which will "effectively contribute,
to the intellectual, social, aesthetic,,
and moral growth of each stu-
dent,", according to a memoran-
dum from Litchfield regarding the
The committee's job will be to
study campus life and make
recommendations on matters such
as "guidance and appraisal of
student organizations and activi-
ties, the structure and responsi-
bilities of student government, and
policies regarding official approval
of student organization and ac-r
tivities and regarding student par-
ticipation in them."
The committee will also prepare,
for official adoption a handbook
of regulations for student organi-
zations, activities and conduct.
(Use of this column for announce-
ments of meetings is available to of-
ficially recognized and 'registered stu-
dent organizations only. Organizations
planning to be active for the current
semester should register not.later than
October 10. Forms available, 2011 Stu-
dent Activities Building,)
Chess Club, Meeting and Elections,
Sept. 25, 7:30 P.M., Michigan Union.
Homecoming, Mass Meeting, Sept. 25,
7:30 P.M., League-Hussey Room.
Michigan, Flyers, Inc., Membership
Meeting, Sept. 24, 7:30 P.M., Room 3003
Student Activities Building.
* * ,,
Soph Show, Mass Meeting to Organize .
Committees and Schedule Auditions,
Sept. 25, 7:15 P.M., League-Ballroom.
* * *
.19060 J-Hop, Interviewing for Decora-
tion Chairman on Central Committee.
No' Petition Necessary, Sept. 25, 3:00
P.M., to. Schedule an Appointment,
Room 3524 Student Activities Building.

(Continued from Page 4) ,
18, international Student Association,
Lowell Thomas, film, Arch. _Aud.; July
22, Int. Student Association, discussion,
Middle East crises; Aug. 2, It. Student
Association,; outdoor dance, Tennis
Courts, WAA.
Gothic Film Society, film series 1958-
59, 12 showings, Rackham Amphi.,
Mondays, Sept. 29,. Oct. 6, 20, Nov. 24,
Dec. 1, Jan. 5, Feb. 9, Feb. 23, Mar. 9,
Ap. 27, May 4, 11 (Interim and Exec.
Substitutes in NSA delegation1 due to
cancellations. Dick Erbe, Robert Ar-
nove (Interim Committee and delega-
Renewal of American Casualty Com-
pany Policy No. SMD.797 to expire Sep-
tember 10, 1960 with premium modifi-
'cations. (Mail vote of Council mem-
Distribution of the M-Handbooks by
mail to freshmen and ' transfer stu-
dents with the cooperation of the Of-
fice of Admissions, SGC to assume
mailing costs unless some financial
aid can be obtained from the Univer-
sity. (Mali vote of Council members.)
Student Activities Building hours.
Admin. Vice-President - NSA tours.
Treasurer, budget, Air Flight, sum-
mer, 1959.
Special Committees: Health Insur-
ance, Forum, Reading and Discussion,
Course Evaluation, Student Book Ex-
Standing Committees: Personnel,,
Elections, National and Internataional:
Polish Exchange, Foreign Student
Leader Project; Public Relations: Open
house, Speakers' Bureau; Education
and Student Welfare: Exam file;. Stu-
dent Activities Committee: bicycles,
calendaring repdrt, Regulation Booklet
Activities: India Student -Assoc., Gan-
dhi Day celebration, Rackham Amphi-
Old Business: Lecture Committee,
tabled ;notion.
New Business: United Fund Drive.
Members and con'stituents time.
A cademic Notices
Political Science 63 (MWF 1:00) will
meet in Rm. 25 Angell Hall instead of
2402 Mason Hall.
Political Science 166 (MWF 9:00) will
meet in rm. 4203 AH instead of 2411
Mason Hall.
401 Interdepartmental Seminar on
the Application of Math to Social Sci-.
ences. Thurs., Sept. 25, 3:30 p.m., Rm.
3217 Angell Hall. Dr. Warren Torgersen,
Lincoln Lab., Mass. will talk on "Effect
of Biased Distances on Multidimen-
sional Scaling."
Medical College Admission Test:, Ap-
plication blanks for the Oct. 28 ad-
ministration of the Medical College
Admission Test are now available 'at 122.
Rackham Bldg. Application blanks are
due in Princeton, N.J., Oct. 14, 1958.
Law School Admission Test: Appli-
cation blanks for the Law School Ad-.
miission Tests to be held during 1958-59
are now available in 122 Rackhazn Bldg.

The Extension service announces
the following classes to be held in Ann
Arbor beginning Thurs., Sept. 25:
Fundamentals of Speaking (Speech
31, two hours of undergraduate credit)
7:30 p.m. 1412 Mason Hall. Sixteen
weeks. $27.00 Dr. Jim Bob Stephenson,
Introduction to Logic (Philosophy 1,
two hours of undergraduate credit)
7:30 p.m. 165 School of Bus. Admin.
Sixteen weeks. $27.00. Dr. Carl Cohen,
Language in Action: 7:30 p.m. 171
School of Bus. Admin. Sixteen weeks.
$27.00. Assoc. Prof. Anatol Rapoport,
Oil Painting: Beginning, Interme-
diate and Advanced. 7:30 p.m. 501 Arch.
Bldg. Sixteen weeks. $27.00. Assist,
Prof. Frede Vidar, instructor.
The Voter and the Michigan Consti-
tution in 195. 7:30 p.m. 131 School of
Bus. Admin. Six weeks. $6.00 Instruc-
tors:. Prof. Arthur W. Bromage, Dr.
Lynn W. Eley, Prof. John W. Lederle,
Dr. Eleanor T. Linenthal and Dr. Rob-
ert H. Pealy.
Registration for these classes may be
made in the Extension Service office at
1610 Washtenaw during University of-
fice hours or in Rm. 164 of the School
of Bus. Admin. from 6:30 to 9:30 the
night of the class, and at 1610 Wash-
tenaw from 9:00 to 12:00 noon on Sat.,
Sept. 27.
Applications for Summer Faculty
Research Fellowships: The deadline for
receipt of applications for. Summer
Faculty Research Fellowships is Wed.,
Oct. 1. Faculty members who wish to
apply for these fellowships should file
their applications before 4:00 on that
date in the office of the Graduate
Applications for Grants from the
Faculty Research Funds: Wed., Oct. 1
will be the deadline for receipt of ap-
plications for grants from the Faculty
Research Funds. Faculty members who
wish to apply for grants should file
their application before 4:00 on that
date in the office of the Graduate
The National Science Foundation is
offering Science Faculty Fellowships
for the 1959-60 academic year. Fellow-
ships are offered to individuals plan-
ning additional scientific study and/or
research' with a view to improving
themselves as teachers of science,
mathematics, or engineering. Fellow-
ships are awarded in the mathematical,
physical, medical, biological, engineer-
ing and other sciences, including inter-
disciplinary fields such as biochemis-
try and geophysics. Fellowships are
available to citizens of the United
States who (a) hold a Bachelor's de-
gree or its equivalent, (b) have dem-
onstrated ability and special aptitude
for science teaching and advanced
training, . (c) have not had less than.
three years experience in teaching sci-
ence (as a full-time staff member or
instructor or higher rank, teaching un-
dergraduate students mainly) at the
collegiate level, and (d) plan to con-
tinue teaching. Applications must be
received by the Foundation by Ot. 15,
.1958. Applications may be obtained
from the Fellowship Office, National
Science- Foundation, 2101 Constitution
Ave., Washington 25, D.C.
The Social Science Research Coun-
cil has announced various fellowships
and grants to be offered for 1959-60:
Research Training Fellowships - in' all
social science fields, predoctoral and
postdoctoral, for more advanced re-
search training; Faculty Research Fel-
lowships, providing half-time support
for research for three-year terms, open
to college and university social science'
teachers normally not over 35 years of
age; Grants-In-Aid of research, to as-
sist scholars of established competence
in completing their own research pro-.
Jects in any social science field. ThereI
are special grants for projects in the1
following fields: American Govern-1
mental Affairs, American Government-I
al Processes, Near and Middle East, and'
Slavic and East European Studies.t
These special grants are available tof

scholars of established competence who
are not candidates for degrees. The
council is also offering travel grants
to the following international confer-
ences: Institut International de Fi-
nances Publiques, Inter-American So-
ciety of Psychology, International Con-
gress of the History of Science, Inter-
national Institute of Administrative
Sciences, International Sociological As-
sociataon, International Union for
Scientific Study of Population. Appli-
cations will be due Oct. 15, 1958 for
certain types of awards, and later in
the year for others. Further informa-
tion may be obtained in the office of
the Graduate School. Application
blanks may be obtained from the So-
cial Research Council, 230 Park Ave.,
New York 17, N.Y. When requesting ap-
plication forms it is important to state
age, place of permanent residence, aca-
demic status, present position or ac-
tivity, and vocational . aims; and t
indicate briefly the purpose for which
support is sought.
The Ford Foundation is offering fel-
lowships for the academic year 1959-
60 for study and research on foreign
areas and foreign affairs. Fellowships
are available to graduate students,
young faculty. members, and interested
persons who have already received their
doctorate. Applicants should be under
40 years of age. Persons in the fields
of law, social sciences; and humanities,
are invited to apply. Work should per-
tain to Africa, Asia, the Near East, the
Soviet Union, or Eastern Europe. Study
and research may be undertaken in
the United States or abroad beginning
as early as the summer of 1959.
The purpose of the program is to
help create a more adequate supply of
Americans trained to deal profession-
ally with matters regarding the select-
ed foreign areas. It is part of a broader
Foundation program to increase inter-
national understanding and enable the
United States to better discharge its
internataional responsibilities.
Applications must be filed by Nov.
1, 1958. Details about these fellowships
may be obtained in the Offices of the
Graduate School. Applications may be
obtained by writing to the Ford Foun-
dation, 477 Madison Avenue, New York
22, N. Y.
Applications for Fubright Awards for
Graduate Study during the 1959-60 aca-
demic year are now available. Coun-
tries in which study grants are offered
are Argentina, Australia, Austria, Bel-
gium & Luxembourg, Burma, Chile,
Republic of China, Denmark, Ecuador,
Finland, France, Germany, Greece, Ice-
land, India, Israel, Italy, Japan, the
Netherlands, New Zealand, Norway,
Peru, Philippines, Turkey, and the
United Kingdom. The grants are made
for one academic year and include
round-trip transportation, tuition, a
living allowance and a small stipend
for books and equipment. All grants
are made in foreign currencies.
Interested students who.hold an A.B.
degree or who will receive such a de-
gree by June 1959, and who are pres-
ently enrolled in the University of
Michigan, should request application
forms for a Fulbright award at the Of-
fice of the Graduate School. The clos-
ing date for receipt of applications is
Oct. 27, 1958.
Persons not enrolled in a college or
university in the spring or fall of 1958
should direct inquiries and requests
for applications to the Institute of In-
ternational Education, U.S. Student
Program, 1 East 67th Street, New York
21, N.Y. The last date on which appli-
cations will be issued by the Institute
is Oct. 24, 1958.
Applications for Inter-American Cul-
tural Convention Awards for Gradu-
ate Study in Latin America during the
1959-60 academic year are now avail-
able. Countries in which study grants
are offered are Bolivia, Brazil, Chile,
Colombia, Costa Rica, Dominican Re-
public, . Guatemala, Ecuador, Haiti,
Honduras, Mexico, Nicaragua, Panama,
Paraguay, Peru, and Venezuela. Grant-
ees are chosen by the host government
of each country from a panel present-
ed by the United States Government.
The United States Government pays
travel cost and the host governments
pay maintenance allowances and tui-
tion fees. Grants generally are for one
academic year, but some may extend
for twelve months,
Interested students who hold -an A.B.
degree or who will receive such a de-
gree by June, 1959, and who are pres-
ently enrolled in the University of
Michigan, should request, application
forms for a 'Buenos Aires Convention
award at the Office of the Graduate
School. The closing date for receipt
of applications is 'Oct. 27, 1958.
Persons not enrolled in a college or


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