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Sunday, February 9, 1969

THE MICHIGAN DAILY Sunday, February 9, 1969
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rhe Daily Official Bulletin is an
official publication of the Univer-
sty of Michigan for which The
Michigan Daily assumes no editor-
ial responsibility. Notices should be
sent in TYPEWRITTEN form to
Room 3528 L.S.A. Bldg., before'
2 p. m. of the day preceding
publication and by 2 p.m. Friday
for SaturdayahdSunday. General
ot.ces may be published a maxi-
mrum or two times on request; Day
Calendar items appear once only,
Student organization notices are
not accepted for publication. For
more information, phone 764-9270..
Day Calendar
Bureau of Industrial Relations Sem-
ar: "Management of. Managers,' Pro-
am No. 81": North Campus Com-
ons, 8:00 a.m.f
M'u Phi Musicale: School of Music
cital Hall, 2:30 p.m,
Cinema Guild: Anna Magnani "in
e Golden Coach, directed by Jean
noir: Architecture Auditorium, 7:00
d 9:05 p.m.
University Center for Adult Educa-
n:* first class meetng of "Religion:
by Bother?" Room' 32, Residential
lege, 6 week course, $13 fee, 7 - 9
Bureau of Industrial Relations Sem-
ar: "Management of Managers, No.
' North Campus Commons, 8:00
Public Health Lecture: Dr. Robert A.
ood, Research Professor of Pediatrics
.d Microbiology, University of Minne-
ta, "Experiments in Nature: Gene-
ally Determined Immunologic De-
iency Diseases": School of Public;
alth Auditorium, 4:00 p.m.
Zoology Seminar: Dr. Michael H.
aith, Dept. of Zoology, University of
eorgia Institute of Ecology,"'The Old
eld Mouse: A Study in Evolutionary
ology", Room 1400,Chem. Bldg., 4:00
University Center for Adult Educa-
on: First class meeting of "Writing'
r Publication," Room 71, Bus. Ad.
hool, 10 week course, $22 fee, 7:30
9:30 p.m.
University Center for Adult Educa-
on: first class meeting of "Stretch-
g the Retirement Dollar," Rackham
lest Conference Room, 6 week course,
3 fee, 7-9 p.m,
Cinema Guild: Gary Cooper in 'Mr.
eeds Goes to Town: Architecture Au-
torium, 7:00 and 9:05 p.m.
Computer Lectures - Bruce Carnahan,
soiate Professor of Chemical En-

gineering and lhiostatistics, "The For-
tan- IV Programming Language-II":
Natural Science Auditorium, 7:30 p.m.
Composers Forum: Jack Fortner,
conductor: School of Music Recital
jHall, 8:30 p.m.
Chamber Arts Series: Israel Chamber
Orchestra, Gary Bertini, artistic direc-
tor. Hill Auditorium, 8:30 p.m.
'General Notices
Women students taking required
physical education who were medically
deferred for the first half of this term
should report to Office 15, Barbour
Gymnasium, to*sign for the second
half of the term. Registration will be
held' from 8:00 a.m. to noon and, 1:00
to 5:00 _p.m. on:
Thursday,February 6r
Friday, February 7
Monday, February 10
uesday, February 11
Upperclass students who wish to elect
1pyical education' classes may -do so
on Thursday and Friday morningsdonly,
February 27 and 28
University Center for Adult Educa-
tion: first class meeting of "The Peace
Corps New World Travelers," Room 70,
Bus. Ad. School, 10 week course, $22
fee, 7:30 -9:30 p.m.
Broadcasting Service: 'WUOM (91.7
Mc.) 11 a.m. to 11 p.m. daily; 12 Noon
to 11 p.m. Saturday; Sunday 12 Noon
to 6 p.m.
Sunday 1:30 p.m. Directions in Child-
ren's Literature: "The Role of the
Negro in Children's Literature", .with
Lee Hopkins, Bank Street College of
Education, New York City. Sunday 2:00
p.m. The Cleveland Orchestra C o n-
,cert, 'Louis Lane, conducting. Honeg-
ger, Handel, Ravel; Rossini. -
Monday 11:00 a.m.- The Eleventh'
Hour (repeated at 7 p.m.) Ed Burrows
hosts an hour of news and conversa-
tion about the arts and ;literature.
Guest: Poet Robert Hayden, artist Ce-
sante Alrey.
Monday 1:00 p.m. National Negro
History Week Lecture Series: Professor
Willie Lee Rose, University of Virginia,
on "The Slave at Home: Two Families
or None?" A department of history
lecture. Myonday 5:00 p.m. Calendar of
Area Events. Monday 5:15 p.m. Law
In The News, with Prof. Joseph R.
Julin. Monday 10:30 p.m., RX for
Health, produced by Dr. William Led-
ger of the Medical Center.
Approved:' That the name of Ann
Arbor Living Theater be changed to
University Theatre and Journalism
Approved:'That the following stu-
dent organizations be recognized: U.
Af M. Committee on Migrants; Stu-'
dents Organized Against Racism; Ar-
chitectural Synthesis Magazine; John
Donne Society; Dionysus Defense Fund.
WHEREAS: SGC feels a responsibil-

ity to seek improvements in the market
position of the student consumer; and
WHEREAS: SOC has charged SCU
with the responsibility to seek in-
forxpation and devise student consumer
oriented programs: be it
RESOLVED: That a select committee
be established to study the feasibility
of organizing a Student Credit Union;
RESOLVED: That the committee"
shall consist of :,
Bbb Neff, Student Government Coun-
cil; Gene Smith, Student Consumer
Union; Tom Brown, Office Student'
Community Relations; A representative
of the Employees, Credit Union; A re-
presentative of Office of Student Af-
fairs, and such other persons as the
above committee members feel need of
to discharge the function of the Select
Committee to Investigate the Feasi-
bility of a Student Credit Union.
Approved: That Carol Hollenshead
and Mary Livingston and any other
interested SGC member get together
and write a letter to the Women's and
Men's P.E. Department concerning the
P.E. requirement, and how it is graded.
Defeated: That the following refer-
enda be put to students in the March
1.,I Doyou favor the abolition of the
Language Requirement as a distribu-
tion requirement in the LS&A School?
2. Do you favor the abolitionof all
distribution'requirements in the
LS&A School?
3. Do you favor SGC sponsoring more
projects such as the SGC Discount
4. Do you favor allocating more
funds to SGC to expand the SGC Di.s-
count Store and similar projects?
SGC will debate and vote on the fol-
lowing at its next meeting, February 13
at 7:30 p.m., Room 3540 Student Ac-
tivities Building. Interested persons are'
invited to participate in the debate
personally,, by petition, or by some;
other means. A new concept in the
area of student occupational place-
ment: That SGC should endorse and
help publicize this idea to assist stu-
dents who are seeking jobs when they
leave the University..

3200 S.A.B.
Placement Interviews: The following
organizations will interview at Place-
ment Services, the representatives ex-
pect to see at least a vita sheet on in-
terviewees, therefore, if you are not
already registered with the General
Division, please stop in and let us pro-
vide you with the proper materials.
Please call 762-1363 to make appoint-
ments by phone, or stop in and make
appt. in person. Make appts,4 as soon as
possible,' none accepted. after 4 p.m.
day preceding visit.
Wisconsin State Bureau of Person-
nel, Madison, Wis. and throughout the
state. Bachelors in Chem., Journ.,
Math., Microbiol., Nat'l. Res., Forestry,
Conservation, Landscape Arch., Wild-
life Mgmt., Urban Planning, Masters in
Libr. Sci., Public Health, Social Work,
and Bach. or Masters in Econ. and ur-
ban planning areas. for data process-
ing, library, mgmt. trng., personnel,
public admin., public relations, social
work, forestry positions.
J. L. Hudson Cod, Detroit: Blch. Gen.
Lib., Arts, Educ., Math., Speech and
Bach. or Masters in Econ. for data pro-
cess., mgmt. trng., merchandising, per-
sonnet, purchasiiig.
Bureau of the Census, Wash., D.C.:
Bach. and masters Econ., Geog., Math.,
Psych,. Soc. for cartography, data pro-
cessing, mktg., res., and statistics.
Detroit Edison Company, D e t r o It
Mich.: Bach. in Law or pre-law, Bach.
or masters in Econ, and masters in
Poli. Sci., and Soc. for data processing,
mgmt., trng., mktg. res., personnel, in-
side sales, control corp. financing.
Cole National Corporation, Cleveland,
Ohio.: B in Organic Chem., Econ., Edu-
.cation.. Engl., Gen. Lib. Arts, Hist.,
Law, Philo., Poli. Sci., Soc. and Psych.
for inside sales and territorial sales.
. American Can Company, N.Y.C.:
Bach. Anal. Chem., Gen. Lib. Arts,
.Blch. and masters in Gen. Chem.,
Organic Chem., Math for data process-'
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THE ALTERNATIVE will be a co-operatively owned coffee house and restaurant right on the
campus of the University of Michigan. Shares are sold at five dollars each (refundable upon three
months' notice). A share is not a piece of stock, i.e., it does not entitle the holder to dividend pay-
ments. But it does mean membership in an unincorporated association which votes as to how the
income will be spent. Members will elect representatives to a board of directors that will meet reg-
ularly to discuss business operation as well as to suggest possible projects on which money can
be spent. Faculty play an important role, too. While anyone can buy a share, and many faculty
members are shareholders, many have very generously chosen to lend THE ALTERNATIVE a sub-
stantial amount of money in order to help with the heavy initial costs. These faculty investors will
also be represented on the board of directors until their loans are repaid. Thereafter, they will act
as advisors. Of course, all faculty are most welcome to participate as shareholders and as custom-
The facilities of THE ALTERNATIVE will be open to the public as well as to members, with
the exception of office space and printing facilities in the basement. These will be available to all
members for whatever purpose they choose, for example, political campaigns, publicity of some
event, draft counseling, boycotts, etc. Members will also be offered discount prices on events and
entertainment sponsored by THE ALTERNATIVE. Most important, shareholders will vote on how
income is spent. THE ALTERNATIVE will have a full-time manager who is presently co-ordinat-
ing publicity and share sales. An assistant manager is being sought, and several prospective em-
ployees are available. The legal minimum wage will be paid all employees. A menu consisting of
such items as char-broiled sausage sandwiches and hamburger, tacos, chili, soups, and, of course,
espresso is planned. Sunday meals will be full course and discounts on the price of these will be
offered to members. THE ALTERNATIVE will also sponsor jam sessions, poetry readings, plays,
band, happenings, art shows, a lending library and a political newsstand,
THE ALTERNATIVE must get broad student support if it is to succeed. You can buy five dol-
lar shares in the fishbowl this week, or clip out the coupon and mail it in with your check. Call
Pete Nieto at 769-0048 if you want to contribute your ideas on activities and decor, or if you want






Saturday, February 15 and
Sunday Morning, February 16
-U of M Fresh Air Camp--

to volunteeryour help now. You can also

inquire about employment.


Department of Pathological Chemistry.,
Banting Institute, University of Toronto
Support available for limited number of graduate students
to work toward an M.Sc. or Ph.D. degree with research on
the basic biochemistry and physiology of metabolic disorders.
Postdoctoral opportunities are also available leading either
to academic research, or to a professional career as a cin.-'
ical chemist or medical biochemist. Interested persons with a
sound education in the chemical, biological or biophysical
sciences, or in medicine, should write- immediately for a
Please note that final date for application to the School of
Graduate Studies is MARCH 15, 1969:

"EXPLORING MOD" ........Prof. Stephen Withey,
Dir. of Program, I.S.R.
"THE MOOD IN OPERATION" . . Prof. Marvin Felheim'
American Culture Studies
Theater Group, participation of audience
Cost: $6.75 (overnight' accommodations & three mepls)
Meet at Guild House, 802 Monroe, for transportation at
8:45 A.M. Saturday
For reservations call: 662-5189 or sign up at Guild House

SGC and


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: Enclosed find my dollars. Send me
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Clip and Mail to:
c/o Prof. Marc Ross u
Physics Dept.
TheUniversity of Michigan
Ann Arbor, Michigan 48104
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Community Schools-Skip Taube
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Revolutionary Media-John Sinclair

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TransLLove Energies-Mike = Dover

Requirements-Marty McLaughlin

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