THE MICHIGAN DAILY
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THURSDAY, JANUARY 9, 1969
Mental Health Research Institute
Student Relations Committee: Thurs-
day, January 9, 1969. 1:00. SAB Bldg.,
Council Room. Open Meeting: Agenda:
1. Consideration of the minutes of
November 21, December 5, and Decem-
ber 12; 2. Human Relations, continua-
tion of previous discussions; 3. Com-
mittees - OSA.
Broadcasting Service: WUOM Radio
(91.7 Mc.) 11 a.m. to 11 p.m. daily.
Thursday 1:00 p.m. Assembly for Hu-
man Rights: "Human Rights Outlook
in Three Typical Democracies", with
Dean Maxwell Cohen, McGill Univer-
sity, Montreal, and other guests, Thurs- Saturday, February 1, and applications are considered appropriate. Grants
Prof. Karl Lagler. Thursday 5:15 p.m. fore January 18. search assistance, and field trips. Ec-
;U-M Feature Story, with Jack Hamil-- cept under unusual circumstances thie
ton. Thursday 7:00 p.m. U-M Sym- Law School Admission Test: Applica- Project will not pay the salary of the
phony Band - one in a series of new tion blanks are available in R o om principal investigator. Applications for
programs featuring the Band conduct- 3014, Rackham Building for the Law grants should be returned to the
ed by Dr. William D. Revelli. School Admission Test. The next ad- Phoenix Project by Monday. January
Friday 11 a.m. The Eleventh Hour ministration of the test will be on 27, 1969. Grants will be made by April
(repeated at 7 p.m.) Ed Burrows hosts Saturday, February 8. and applications 1, 1969.
an hour of news and conversation are due in Princeton, New Jersey be- Application blanks may be obtained
about the arts and literature. Guest: fore January 18. from the office of the Phoenix Project
Prof. Richard Wilt and physicist Clark at the Phoenix Memorial Laboratory on
Czernetsky discussing a work of art Usher sign up for the Professional North Campus or by calling 764-6213.
in the holographic process. Theatre Program's Play of the Month
Friday 5:00 p.m. Focus on Students, Series in Hill Auditorium, will be on Keypunch Video Tapes to be shown
produced by the speech department. Wed., Jan. 8 and Thurs., Jan. 9, from at Computing Center: Two video tapes
Friday 5:15 p.m. Busines Review, with 3 p.m.-5 p.m. & 7 p.m.-9 p.m. in Hill explaining the use of the IBM 029
Prof. Ross Wilhelm. Friday 9:45 p.m. Auditorium. keypunch will be shown daily from
The Economic Outlook for 1968, from Jan. 13 - Jan. 17 and from Jan. 20-Jan.
the 16th annual Conference on the Educational Testing Service French 24 in Room 1011 of the Computing
Economic Outlook held at the U-M, and German Test. The Educational Center. Both tapes will be shown hour-
the Director of the Survey Research Testing Service Test in French a n d ly beginning at 2:10, 3:10, 4:10, 7:00,
Center. George Katona, speaks on "The German administered by the Graduate 8:00, and 9:00 p.m. Those students who
Outlook for Consumer Spending and School for doctoral candidates is sched- do not know how to use the IBM
Saving." tiled for Thursday night, Feb. 13, at 029 keypunch should attend one of
Sat. 8:00 P.M.
Admission: $2.00 at the door ($1.75 rafter 2nd set)
Co-recreation: In the I.M. Sports
Building will begin again ~Friday, Jan.
10, 1969 from 7:30 - 10:00 p.m. No
charge. Activities include Gymnastics,
Volleyball, Swimming and Diving, Pad-
dleball, Squash, Badminton, and
Trampoline. For university students,
coeds, wives, guests, and dates.
Student Government Council: The
approval of the following student spon-
sored events becomes effective after
the publication of this notice. All pub-
licity for these events must be with-
held until the approval has become ef-
fective. Approval request forms for
student sponsored events are available
in rooms 1001 and 1546 of the Student
Chi Alpha - Booksale - Jan. 6; Jan.
13 - 10 a.m. - 4 p.m. - Fishbowl.
Alpha Epsilon Phi: Mixer - Jan. 11 -
8:30 p.m. - 12:30 a.m. - Union BVall-
Interfratenity Council: Fraternity
Rush - Jan. 19 - Jan. 25- - Fraternity
Admission Test for Graduate Study
in Business: Application blanks a r e
available in Room 3014, Rackham
Building for the Admission Test for
Graduate Study in Business. The next
administration of the test will be on
7 p.m. in the Rackham Lecture Hall. the showings of these tapes.
All students planning to take the test
must register by 4 p.m. Thursday, Feb.
13 at the Information Desk in the Place i t
lobby of the Rackham Buildilig. The:
fee is $6.00. For further information GENERAL DIVISION
call the Information Desk, 764-4415. 3200 S.A.B.
The Michigan Memorial-Phoenix Pro-
ject invites requests for grants to sup-
port research within the scope of the
term "peaceful uses of nuclear ener-
gy." Typical areas in which the Pro-
ject is interested are: Nuclear wea-
pons proliferation and disarmament;
Evaluation of hazards to urban popu-
lations from nuclear activities; Econ-
omic studies of nuclear power produc-
tion; B'iological effects of radiation;
New uses of radioisotopes; New tracer
techniques and novel applications of
existing techniques; Direct conver-
sion of nuclear energy to electrical
energy; The fusion process; Plasmas as'
related to controlled fusion. A list of
grants awarded in the Fall Term is at-j
New research ideas and pilot projects
are particularly encouraged. The rela-
tionship to peaceful uses of nuclear
energy, however, must be clearly stat-
ed in the application. Routine use of
isotope tracer techniques will not by
itself justify support.
Requests for grants of $3,000 or less
April, June and August Graduates:
Placement Services offers assistance in
career planning and job hunting to
anyone with 12 hours at U of M. 3200
S.A.B., hours - 8:30-12 & 1:30-4:30 M-F.
Registration is urged early for use in
interviewing companies visiting, andj
job hunting elsewhere, by mail ,and
visit. If going to grad school, collect
professors' recommendations n o w.j
Watch this column for information onI
all post college opportunities.
Seminar and Film on Careers in Sales
Management presented by Proctor and
Gamble and Friden, Inc. Open to a 11
students, of special interest to LS&A
and Bus. School students. Tuesday,
January 14. 4 P.M. in Multipurpose
Room of Undergraduate Library. Con-
tact Placement Services, General Divi-
sion for further information.
United States Information Agency
1969 examination applications for
Foreign Service Information Officer
Careers is now available. This applica-
tion is due March 14, 1969 for the test
given on May 3, 1969. Booklet describ-
ing the careers offered and a booklet
of sample questions is available, f o r
browsing at the Career Planning Divi-
sion of Placement Services. Pick up ap-
plications at Career Planning Div.
The Federal Service Entrance Exam-
ination test will be given in Ann Ar-
bor next on March 15, the applications
for this test are due Feb. 12.
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Peace Corps test given Jan. 18, down-
tow\n branch of Post Office, Main at
Catherine Streets at 1 p.m., please pick
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Group Meeting for Summer Intern
Prog,'amn in Washington is being held
on Jan. 15. 4 pm.. Multipurpose Room
of the UGLI. Underclassmen, seniors
:nd graduate students may attend to
.et information on the programs spon-
.eied under this plan.
Current Openings received by Gen-
eral Division by mail and phone, not
interviews on campus. Please call 764-
7460 for further information:
Continental Can Company, Inc.: In-
lormation Scientist. liason between
pvblished informatton sources, and us-
ers, contact with R&D, Mktg., and ad-
min. groups. Requires degree in phy-
sical sciences. Metallurgy, engrg. and
a MALS, or MS in Information
Sciences. Reading knowledge re-
quested of major foreign scientific
language, one or several 1-10 years in-
dustrial work preferred in areas of
R&D, technical library, or informa-
tion work. Summer position as sciences
cataloger, BS in physical sciences and
some coursework in cataloging and
Corning Glass Works, Blacksburg,
Va.: ME and EE degrees for equipment
engineer and QC engr. Production sup-
ervision, all types of college degrees
Local Hospital: Assistant Director of
engineering, coord, construction, pur-
chasing, maint. and plant problems.
exper. required in all areas.
Quaker Oats Company, Chicago, Ill.:
Personnel assistant position in educa-
tion and training in employee relations
dept. degree in behavioral sci. and some
bus. exper. required. 3 years in Indus-
SUMMER PLACEMENT SERVICE
212 S.AB., Lower Level
Next application date for applica-
tions for summer jobs in Federal
Agencies, due Jan. 30.
Interviews at Summer Placement
January 14: Fresh Air Fund Camps,
Social Work, New York, interviewing
from 10-5. Openings for general cun-
selors, village leaders, waterfront direc-
tors, nature and arts and crafts coun-
January 15: Camp Indiana Council
for Camp Fire Girls, Central Indiana,
interviewing from 10-5. General Coun-
selors, Waterfront director and assist-
ants, specialists in arts, nature, music,
camperaft, unit and program director,
,The following schools will be inter-
viewir' prospective teachers in our
TUES ^Y, January 14:
Kenosha, Wise.: - All field,-.
Mt. Clemens, Mich.: L-Anna Creuse
P.S. - All fields.
Shaker Heights, Ohio: All fields.
WEDNESDAY, January 15:
Glenview, Ill.: Glenbrook H.S. - Bus.
Ed., Dr. Educ., English, Guidance,
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