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'U' Requests Building Funds
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eling will be done on a similar
basis to that done in conversion.
of the old Ann Arbor high school
into the Frieze building, he added.
Special maintenance will cost
$400,000 for the coming year..This
request will cover renovations in
teaching laboratories, toilet 4acili-
ties, elevators, electrical facilities,
and surface and floor repairs.
The University is asking the
legislature for $613,383 for com-
pletion of construction begun on.
the Mental Research building.
Last year the State appropriated
$181,605 to this project and al-
lowed up to $845,000 to be given
in the future from the State 'Hos-
pital Building fund. This year's
request represents the remainder
of that appropriation.
Ask Hospital Funds.
An appropriation of $1,219,000
is needed to fulfill plans for the
pediatrics unit in Children's Hos-
pital. A request of $40,000 to plan
the Cancer Research building and
of $20,000 to plan a Maintenance
and Storage building was also
A survey of facilities necessary
to study chronic diseases will be
begun with a legislative appro-
priataion .of $100,000.
* A total of $1,138,987 was re-
quested for remodeling and addi-
tions at the hospital and medical
center. $175,000 will be needed to
complete the electrical renova-
tions started four years ago.-Last
year the legislature appropriated
$150,000 to this project,
Plans have been made to use
$300,000 in general renovations
and $32,000 is needed to begin
plans for further remodeling.
Renovations at Childrens Hos-
pital will cost $50,000 and $339,-
000 is necessary to add to the Pa-
tient Rehabilitation Center. Ad-
ditions to Simpson Memorial will
The appropriation for the
1959-60 capital outlay program is
the initial step in the University's
five year building plan. Approxi-
mately $131 million will be need-
ed to complete the five year plan
for both the medical and educa-
Last year the University re-
ceived $1,515,000 of the $14,993,-
500 requested. The appropriation
was for completion of construc-
tion already begun and was exclu-
sive of the $181,605 received for
construction of the Mental Health
The request of last year includ-
ed $11,517,000 for educational fa-
cilities and $3,476,500 for Univer-
sity hospital needs.
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DAILY OFFICIAL BULLETIN
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hours and procedures are the same as
above for "Flu."
International Center Tea: Thurs.,
Oct. 16, 4:30-6:00 p.m. at the Inter-
Open House at the Institute for So-
cial Research for all interested faculty
and 'graduate students in the social'
and behavioral sciences. Wed., Oct. 15,
3:00 p.m., ISE Coffee Room.
Directory.: It is expected that the Di-
rectory for 1958-59 will be ready for dis-
tribution about the end of Oct. or the
first of Nov. The chairmen of the vari-
ous depts. and directors of other units
will please requisition the number of
copies required for University campus
use. Requisitions should be sent to the
Purchasing Dept. and delivery will be.
made by campus mail. If individuals
want a copy for home use the Directory
will be available on payment of 75c at
the Cashier's Office, Main Floor,
Admin. Bldg. Business concerns or in-
dividuals not 'connected with the Uni-
versity may purchase a Directory at a
cost of $2.00.
Engineering. Freshman A s s e m b l y:
"Activity Carnival" - The Engineering
Council cordially invites all freshmen
engineers to a display and dramatiza-
tion of the special activities open to
engineering students. rThurs., Oct. 16,
7:00 p.m, in Trueblood Aud. Frieze
Agenda, Student Government Coun-
cil, Oct. 15, 1958, 7:30 p.m.,. Council im..
Minutes of previous meeting.
Officer reports: President: Letters,
Board in Review; Vice-President
(Exec). Appointment to vacancy;.
Vice-President (Admire,); Treasurer,
National and international; Public;
Relations; Education and Student
Welfare, prospectus, State Legisla-
ture; Student Activities Committee,
Activities: WAA-Lantern Night, Nov.
3 at 8 p.m. in Hill Aud.; Political.
Rally '_ Oct. 31.
Elections Committee - report.
Old Business -- NSA. report.
New Business - Student Activities
Scholarship, Amendment to Consti-
Members and Constituents Time.
Sydney Chapman Lecture: "The Air
Above." Thurs., Oct. 16, 4:00 p.m., Aud.
C, Angell Hall.
Speech Assembly: Dr. ,Roger W.
Heyns, Dean of the College of L., S. and
A., will speak on "Social Support for
(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. Forms avail-
able, 2011 Student Activities Bldg.)
Cinema Guild, petitions for co-spon-
sorship of movies with Cinema Guild
now available to registered student or-
ganizations in need of funds. 1st floor,
Student Activities Bldg. Petitions due
Oct. 10 (Thursday).
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Higher Education" at 4:00 p.m. today,
Rackham Lecture Hall.
Research Club: The Oct. meeting of
the Research Club will be held on Wed.,
Oct. 15, 8:00 p.m., Rackham Amphi-
theatre. "The Great Lakes Area and
the Coming of Man" will be the sub.
ject of papers by Profs. J. H. Zum-
berge (Geology) and J.B. Griffin (An-
Carillon Recital: Assist. Univ. Caril-
lonneur Sidney F. Giles will present a
recital from the belltower of Burton.
Memorial Tower on Thurs., Oct. 16, 7:15
p.m In addition to arrangements of
compositions by Gluck, Beethoven,
Mendelssohn and Vivaldi, Mr. Giles will
include on his program, compositions
for the carillon by Vaii den Gheyn,
Loos, Lefevere, Giles, van Hoof and
German makeup examinations will be
held Fri., Oct. 17, from 2 to 4 p.m. in
Rm. 1088, Frieze Bldg. Please register.
with departmental secretary by Wed.
noon, Oct. 15.
The interdepartmental Survey of the
Soviet Union will meet beginning Oct.
14, Angell Hall, Aud. B, 11:00 am,,
Tues. and Thurs.. This course is Econ.
195, History 195, Poli. Sci. 195, Geog. 195,
and Slavic Lang., and Lit.,185.
Botanical Seminar: Dr. Guenther
Stotzky, Plant Nuitrition Project on
"Factors Affecting Microbial Activity in
Soils." Wed., Oct. 15, 4:15 p.m., 1139 Nat.
Sci. Bldg. Refreshments served at 4:00.
School of Bus. Admin.: Students
from other schools and colleges intend-
ing to aply for admission for the7
Spring semester should secure appli-
cation forms in. Rmn. 150, School of
Bus. Admin., as soon as possible.
Mathematical Statistics Seminar:
Will meet Oct. 16, 4:00-6:00 p.m., Rm.
3010 Angell Hall.; Prof. James G. Wen-
del will discuss a paper by R. R. Baha-
dur,. "A Note on the, Fundamental
Identity of Sequential Analysis" inthe
June 1958 Annals of Statistics.
Doctoral Examination for Marvin
Leonel Esch, Speech; thesis: "Student
Speaking at the University of'iMichoi-
gan, 1841-1884," Wed., Oct. 15, 2520
Frieze Bldg., 2:00 p.m. Chairman, W. M.i
Following are the foreign visitors who
will be on the campus this week on
the dates indicated. Program arrange-
ments are being made by the Interna-
tional Center: Mrs. Clifford R Miller.
Mr. B. C. Asthana, Officer on Special
Duty, Examinations Research Project &+
Executive Secretary, Psychometric Unit,
Aligarh Muslim University, India, Oct.
12-19; Mr. R. Prasad, Professor & Head
of Department of Education, Patna Uni-
versity, Patna, India, Oct. 12-19; Mr.
L. B. Deshpande, Controller of Exam-
inations. Osmania University, Hyderbad,
India, Oct. 12-19; Mr. V. K. Kothurkar,
Head, of Department " of Experimental
Psychology, Poona University, Poona,
India, Oct. 12-19; Mr. Ernesto Corcino,
Cultural Assistant, USIS, Manilla, Phil-
ippines, Oct. 16-22; and Mr. Mitsusada
Inoue, Assistant Prof. of History at
Tokyo University, Japan, Oct. 16-23.
Registration. Seniors and graduate
students who were unable to attend
the Placement Meeting yesterday may
pick up registration material in the
office any day this week or next. Of-
fice hours: 8:30-12, 1:30-4:30, Mon.,
United States Information Agency,
Washington 25, D.C. Junior Officer Pro-
gram. Foreign Service. Age 21-31. Must
have been a citizen of the United
States for at least 10 years. Must have
Master's degree or equivalent in an
academic field pertinent to the work
of the Agency. Candidates with useful
proficiency in speaking a foreign lan-
guage, will have preference. Must be
willing to serve anywhere in the world.
Cutler-Hammer, Inc., 315 N. 12th St.,
Milwaukee 1, Wisc. Marketing Research
Analyst. Will work in Milwaukee and
will be assigned a wide variety of prod-
uct research, distribution surveys, etc.
Prefer that he have Master's degree in
Marketing with strong academic back-
ground In marketing, statistics, and
economics. Bachelor's degree with rela-
tively more limited backgrounds will
St. Clair Rubber Co., Marysville,
Mich. Industrial Engineer with B.S. in
Indus. Eng, or Mech. Eng. with I.E.
option. Experience, 1-3 yrs., in one or
more phases of I.E. as follows: Time,
study, methods, plant layout, quality
control, production control, material
handling or estimating.
NationalrCarbon Co., Divisionhof-
Union Carbide Corp., Cleveland, Ohio.
B.S. or M.S. degree in E.E., physics or,
engineering physics with major in
electronics. Should have had one or
two years experience In transistor air-
cuitry and/or in acoustic measure-
City of Flint, Mich., Civil Service
Commission. Hospital Comptroller. Planl
and direct all fiscal operations of 629
bed General Hospital. Requires 5 yrs.
experience in accounting work -- pref-
erably supervisory - one of which in
a Hospital and degree with major in
Hubbard and Company, Chicago, 11.
1) Ceramics Engineer. Degree in ceram-
ics engineering. Age up to 35. Prefer
man with experience in research and
development of specialty ceramics in
high. voltage electrical transmission
field. Will consider recent college grad-
uate.'2) Senior Project Engineer.-B.S.
E.E.. Power option preferred. Age to 45.
Need 5 years experience in research,
development and application of elsec-
trical distribution septem protection
equipment, particularly fuse cut-outs
and interruptors:dMust have supervi
sory capacity to direc~t established de-
sign section of junior project engineers.
HI. E. Lennon Inc., Farmington, Mich.
A representative from- this company
may bein Ann Arbor, Oct. 15. They are
distributors for the state of Michigan
for a panufacturer of premium indus-
trial lines and want to talk to anyone
interested in handling the territory of
the western half of Michigan. Inter-
ested In a man who has at least 1 year
of college, who is married and mechan-
ically inclined and who resides in the
Exhibit: The Naval Officer Procure-
ment Team is set up in the Michigan
Union, across from the Cafeteria. To-
day, Oct. 15," from 9 to 3:30 they will
be available for any students who wish
to talk to them. They will answer any
and all questions on how to fulfill your
military obligation while serving as an
officer In the finest Navy in the world,
All programs are covered: Aviation, In-
telligence, Legal, O.C.S., Supply and
the Wave programs. Lt. Dixie Dunham
is available to answer questions on the
Wave Officer and Nurses Programs,
LCDR Dick Zettel handles the O.C.B.
and associated programs, and CDR
Chet Poole and Lt. Lee Morrisett will
cover Naval Aviation.
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sage. Transportation available for
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205 N. Main St.
POTATOES--U.S. No. 1 $3.00 - 100 lbs.
Delivered C.O.D. Also Cabbage $1.00
Bu. - .Tomatoes - Apples $2.50 Bu.
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508 E. William NO 3-3223
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