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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

Friday, January 10, 1969

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DAILY OFFICIAL BU

(91.7 Mc.) 11 a.m. to 11 p.m. daily.
Friday 11 a.m. The Eleventh Hour
(repeated at 7 p.m.) Ed Burrows hosts
an hour of news and conversation
about the arts and literature. Guest:
Prof. Richard Wilt and physicist Clark
Czernetsky discussing a work of art
in the holographic process.
Friday 5:00 p.m. Focus on Students,
produced by the speech department.
Friday 5:15 p.m. Busines Review, with
Prof. Ross Wilhelm. Friday 9:45 p.m.
The Economic Outlook for 1968, from
the 16th annual Conference on the
Economic Outlook held at the U-M,
the Director of the Survey Research
Center, George Katona, speaks on "The
Outlook for Consumer Spending and
Saving."
Saturday 1:00 p.m. The Economic Out-
look for 1968 - From the 16th annual
Conference on the Economic Outlook
held at the U-M, Lawrence H. Selzer of
Wayne State University summarizes
and evaluates the views presented at
the conference. Saturday 5:15 p.m. Jazz
Revisited, Helen Schumacher presents
Standards: 'ugle Call Rag. Saturday
7:30 p.m. The Record Collector, w I t h
#Prof. Warren Good. Saturday 9:00 p.m.
Basketball - the U-M vs. Minnesota,
with Tom Hemingway reporting the
game from Minneapolis.
The Michigan Memorial-Phoenix Pro-
ject invites requests for grants to sup-
port research within the scope of the
I 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; Biological 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/
Keep ahead of
your hair
Dascola Barbers
Campus & Maple Village

related to controlled fusio
grants awarded in the Fall
tached.
New research ideas and p
are particularly encouragec
tionship to peaceful uses
energy, however, must be
ed in the application. Rot
isotope tracer techniques
itself justify support.
Requests for grants of $
are considered appropria
may cover equipment, s
search assistance, and fiel
cept under unusual circum
Project will not pay the s
principal investigator. App
grants should be return
Phoenix Project by Mond
27, 1969. Grants will be m;
1, 1969.
Application blanks may
from the office of the Pho
at the Phoenix Memorial Le
North Campus or by call:
Keypunch Video Tapes t
at Computing Center: Two
explaining the use of tb
keypunch will be shown
Jan. 13 - Jan. 17 and from
24 in Room 1011.of the
Center. Both tapes will be
ly beginning at 2:10, 3:10
8:00, and 9:00 p.m. Those s
do not know how to u
029 keypunch should atti
the showings of these tape
Co-recreation: In the
Building will begin again
10, 1969 from 7:30 - 10:0
charge. Activities include
Volleyball, Swimming and l
dleball, Squash, Badmil
Trampoline. For universit
coeds, wives, guests, and d
Educational Testing Ser
and German Test. The
Testing Service Test in F
German administered by tl
School for doctoral candida
uled for Thursday night,
7 p.m. in the Rackham L
All students planning to t
must register by 4 p.m. Th
13 at the Information D
lobby of the Rackham Bu

::,::::., ,"w...a... chemn. bckrnd in miolecular bio ltab.
group. Research Asst, physiological
IPs~ch., needs biol. bckrnd, exper, with
animal experiments. Part time 'admnin.
and staff assl toot positions in childi
L LET INe and conference work physics
dept,.
ILLETINNaval Air Rework Facility, Alameda.
"' grdutsfvrile, ied prognamt
n. A list of fee is $6.00. For further information new graduates for varied pro
Term is at- call the Information Desk, 764-4415. City National Bank and Trust Com-
pany, Columbus, Ohio: Interested in
lot pjnatives of midwest for banking posi-
d. projects Admission Test for Graduate Study tions, MBA programs leading to man-
d. The rela- in Business: Application ,blanks a r e agerial positions, training programs for
of nuclear available in Room 3014. Rackham individual interests and departments,
clearly stat- Building for the Admission Test for such as trust, investment etc.
utine use of Graduate Study in Business. The next Lake County Forest Preserve District,
will not by administration of the test will be onf Waukegan. Ill.: Forester, admin., pro-t
Saturday, February 1, and applications tecton, dev, and maint. BA and 2 years
3,000 or less are due in Princeton, New Jersey be- professional work, fam. with plant ecol-
ite. Grants fore January 18. ogy, construction exper., necess.
supplies, re-
d trips. Ex- Law School Admission Test: Applica- City of Warren, Mich.: Civil en-
nstances. the tion blanks are available in R o o m gineers, exper, not necessary, CE de-;
alary of the 3014, Rackham Building for the Law gree, work in 'surveying, layout, in-
lications for School Admission Test. The next .ad- spection, and design & dev. of projects
ned to the ministration of the test will be 'on Occidental Life of California, posi.,
ay, January Saturday, February 8, and applications tion in Detroit: Sales Managementc
ade by April are due in Princeton, New Jersey be- Trainee, 'one-year training program,
fore January 18. field supervision, income during train-
be obtained ing.
enix Project PmNational Safety Council, Chicago, Ill.:1
aboratory on Editor, degree in Journ., or engl., maga-
ing 764-6213. NIzine editorial exper. in writing, editing,
GENERAL DIVISION and publishing mechanics. Safety En:
3200 S.A.B. gineer, degree in engineering and/or
o be shown exper., occupational safety, some supv.
video tapes. Current Position Openings received and writing exper. pref. Research spec-
daily from by mail and phone by General Division, ialist, psych or soc. degree, will work
Jan. 20-Jan. not interviews on campus, please call in information retreival services of re-
Computing 764-7460 for further information: search dept.
shown hour- To the best of our knowledge all of Fairfax County Public Schools, Fair-
, 4:10, 7:00, the companies listed below are equal fax, Virginia: Landscape architect, 3-5
tudents who opportunity employers. Practically years with a school system, degree pre-A
se the IBM without exception these companies are Inered
end one of stressing the desire to interview min- International Atomic Energy Agency:
s. ority group candidates. Inasmuch as Position in food preservation in -Bhab-
business of all types are making a real ha Atomic Res. Ctr.. Trombay, Bombay,
effort to reach the student body re- Indian, food scientist or technologist
I.M. Sports gardless of race, creed, sex, or re- with exper. in inoization in preserva-
Friday, Jan. ligion we encourage you to stop in at tion of sea foods. Request from Nu-
0 p.m. No Placement Services, room 3200 SAB and clear Res. Ctr, Baghdad, Iraq. in ray
Gymnastics, explore current openings, spectroscopy.
Diving, Pad- Norton Company, Worchester, Mass.
fton, and ational Transportation S a f e t y Sales trainee. Productr E er. Re
y studentsBad ahDC. ieieSft fractoi'ies Engr. Structural Applic. engr,
ates. sSpecialist, adv. work in petroleum en- Catalyst sales, Elec. engr. Abrasive pro.
gineering and 6 years exper. with rasivecess engr. Filtration products
working knowl of pipeline safety and engr. Mgr engr. diamond production
vice French accident prevention. Jet engines NOROC Coating s engr.
Educational Child Guidance Clinic of Greater echni e N Reeahngr r-
?rench a n d Winnipeg, Manitoba, Canada: Reading Technical Writer. Research engr., or-
he Graduate department, min. 2 years teaching, pref gnic bond. Res. Engr., Vitrified bond.
rtes is sched- in prmr rds o Awt pc Res. Engr. 'Protective products. Q. C..,
te sshd nprimary grades, or MA with spec. refractories. Process, metal bond engr.
Feb. 13, at in reading diagnosis and correction. Most require BS level, degees and little
ecture Hall. Speech and hearing clinicians, several o n
ake the test positions, BA or MA degrees. or exper.
tursday, Feb. Harvard University, Cambridge, Mass. Bristol Laboratories, Syracuse. N.Y.:
ursayFeb Havar Unvesit, Cmbrdge Mas.Biomed, Engr.. Chemi, Engr. Proj1ect
esk in the - Executive secretary for assoc., dean engrs. IngME, Chem. EPr. Et
ilding. The of grad sch, of ed. Research asst., engrs. In ME, Ce, and EDP work. Esti-
as atipig engrs. Sanitary Engr. Executive
asst. Pharmacists. Office methods ana-
lyst. Budget analysts. Manager of Mktg.
Res, Asst. Product Promotion Mgrs. Asst
Mgr. in New Product Planninfi. Mgr.
Mktg. Planning. Most require BS or
MS levels with little or no exper. Mktg.
positions seek MBA.
A Vre Everett Research Laboratory,
eett, Mass: Optical Design Engr,
BS Optics or physics, min. 2 years
exper Senior Scientist/Engr, MS or
. PhD n polymer Chem., fluid mechan-
Ann Arbor's busiest bookstore is or physics, 0-2 years exper
ENGINEERING PLACEMENT C
SERVICE8
mst beaGOOD $a -128-H, West Engrg. Bldg.
Engineers: For full placement service0
your "College Interview Form" muste
be on file by the First Day of Classes.
If you expect to interview, obtainaform
_ immediately from Engineering, Place-
ment, Service, 128-H, West Engrg. Bldg.
JANUARY 17, 1969
Abitibi Corp.
Bendix Corporation
Aerospace Systems Div.d
UfflOOI(S Executive Offices
Missile Systems Div.
Research Labs.
P TO OFF rumentsInc.- -

McCartiy
.resignsl
WASHINGTON (.-A-In a sur-
prise move, Sen. Eugene J. Mc-
Carthy (D-Minn), surrendered
yesterday the Senate Foreign Re-
lations Committee seat that had
given added drive to his all-out
assault on the .administration's
Vietnam policies.
And he turned it over to one
of the Senate's foremost hawks-
Sen. Gale McGee (ID-Wyo).
McCarthy's official explanation,
read by his office, was that he
wanted to-facilitate a reduction in
the committee size and allow Sen-
ate Democratic leaders to keep a
pledge to restore McGee.

McGee served briefly on the'
panel in 1965-6. He- was dropped
when the Democrats lost a seat
because of Republican gains in
the 1966 elections, but was prom-
ised the first vacancy.

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The statement did not cover
why McCarthy, in view of his
strongly held views on the war,
would give up the highly presti-
gious forum on ihternational af-
fairs to a successor who has solid-
ly backed th'e Vietnam military
effort.
McCarthy's decision to give up
his committee assignment followed
a decision of the Democratic
Steering Committee Ito reduce the
foreign-relations panel from 19
to 15 members.
That was a significant victory,
pvershadowed by the McCarthy's
development, for C o m m i t t e e
Chairman J. W. Fulbright (D-
Ark).
AP personnel
Continue strike
Most editorial employes of the
Associated Press remained off the
job 'today. as a strike by Local 222
of the AmeriCan Newspaper Guild
against A? went into its second
day. The United Telegraph Work-
ers-Union, whose members operate
AP's teletype transmitters,. gener-
ally refused to cross Guild picket
lines.
Although supervisory and non-
union employes are manning AP's
domestic bureaus, most news serv-
fce has been seriously curtailed.
We regret any inconvenience to
our readers.

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DON BREITER
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8:30 P.M.
Back from
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