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Tuesday, February 1, .1965


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Tuesday, FeI~ruary 11, .1 96 THE MICHIGAN DAILY Page Seven

Ohio may cut out-state enrollment

Society of Automotive Engineers

ATHENS, Ohio (CPS) - A
proposal that threatens to elim-
inate almost all out-of-state
students from Ohio's 10 state
universities as come under stiff
protest from students on all ten
At issue is a recently an-
nounced program by the Ohio
Board of Regents, the govern-
ment committee which sets ppli-
cy for universities receiving state
financial assistance. If accepted
by the state legislature, the re-
gents' program would reduce
state subsidies to out-of-state,
students drastically and impose'
stiff fee hikes on all students.
State government subsidies to
out-of-state students presently

total about $825 per student
each year. That subsidy would
be reduced 25 per cent by next
year, 50 per cent the following
year, and 95 per cent the year
after that. The reduction would,
in time probably eliminate al-
most all out-of-state students
from Ohio.
There is also fear that such
a severe reduction in the finan-
cing of out-of-state students
would bring about retaliation
from neighboring states who
would drop their out-of-state
subsidies, too.
Some students fear Ohio's
action may start a financial
"isolationism" ball rolling which
would force students throughout

the midwest to remain in their
native states for college.
Ohio University President
Vernon Alden, as well as offi-
cials of the other state univer-
sities, has condemned the Re-
gents' proposals as a major step
toward putting state education
financially out of reach of the
average student. Alden main-
tains it would benefit the uni-
versity system neither financial-
ly nor culturally to' eliminate
out-of-state students.
The Student Government at
Ohio University has set up a
state-wide student structure to
attack- the Regents proposals
and, to prevent them from be-
coming state law. Known as

CASE (Coalition for Action to
Save Education), the organiza-
tion is attempting to reach
every state legislator personally
and to buy television, radio, and
newspaper advertising to reach
the people of Ohio.
Success will be known when
the Legislature considers the
Regents' proposals. But a first op-
timistic sign came last week when
Reg.:nts' Chancellor John Mil-
lett, after a heated debate with
students on Ohio University's
campus, decided to make a few
revisions in his board's proposals
before submitting them to the


Wednesday, February 12
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Day Calendar
Bureau of Industrial Relations Sem-
inar: "Management of Managers, Pro-
gram No. 81": North Campus. Com-
mons, 9:00 )a.m.
Computer' and Communication Scil-
ences Lecture: r.: HaoWang, Rocke-
feller University, New Yqrk City. "Phil-
osophy and Computer Sciences," Mich-
igan Union, Room 3G, Coffee 3:30, Lec-
ture 4:90 p.m.
Cinema Guild: Norma Shearer, Rosa-
lind Russell, Paulette Goddard and
Joan Crawford in The Women: Ar-
chitecture Auditorium, 7:00 and 9:05
University Center for Adult Educa-
tion: first, class meeting of "The Peace
Corps: New World Travelers," Room 70,
Bus. Ad. School 10 week course, 7:30 -
9:30 p.m..
Topics in Quaternary Research: Pro-
fessor James R. Sackett, University of
California at Los Angeles, "Late Pale-
olithic Open-Air Sites in Frances," 3082
Natural Science Bldg., 8 p.m.
Basketball: U-M vs. Illinois: Events
Building, 8100 p.m.
Msket: Camelot: Mendelssohn Thea-
tre,.8:30 p.m,
General Notices
Studies in Religion: The Committee
would like to meet, for coffee and talk,
all concentrators in the program and
any other interested students, in Room
3B (Union) on Wed., Feb. 12, 4-5 p.m.
Computing Center: A new video
tape, "Basic Teletype Operation On The
Michigan Terminal System." 'will be
shown in the Computing Center Sep-
nnar Room at 3:15, 4:15, 5:15, 7:15, Ind
8:15 p.m., on February 12 through 14
and February 17 through 19. All. in-
terested persons are invited to attend.
Admissions counseling for the Uni-
versity of 3Mlchigan, Dearborn Cam-
pus: Wednesday, 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. Ann
Arbor campus freshmen and sopho-
mores interested in co-operative edu-
cation prograpis in business admin-
istration and . engineering, and degree
programs in liberal arts and teacher,

certification should phone the admis-
sions office, 764-7433, for an appoint
ment to :meet with Mr. Robert B. Vok-
ac, admissions officer of the Dearborn
Cause, ,
Comparative Studies in History Lec-
ture,' Prof.; Richard P. McCormick,
University Historian and Chairman * of
the Dept. of History at Rutgers Univer-
sity, "A Comparative Approach to the
History of American Politics", Wed.,
Feb. 12, E. Conference Room, Rack-
harn "Bldg., 3:45 p.m.
Zoology Seminar: Dr. Michael L..
Rosenzweig. Dept. of Zoology, Bucknell
University, "Why Predators Don't Over-
kill Their Prey", Wed., Feb; 12, 1400
Chem. Bldg., 4:00 p.m.
University Center for Adult Educa-
tion: Wednesday, Febrtiary 12, 1969-
first class meetings for "frocks". 3066
Natural Science Bldg., 7:00 pn. and
"Europe-Off the Beaten Path," Room
65 Bus, Admin., 7:30 p.m.,
The School of Music's 1968-69 Festi-
val of ,Contemporary r Music presents
Stravinsky's Oedipus Rex in concert
version; University Philharmonia and
Male Chorus; soloists are John McCol-
lum, Katherine Hilgenberg, ' James
Berg, Willis Patterson, Oscar Henry,
-and Harold Haugh; conducted by
Thomas'.Hilbish. ;Friday, February 14;
,8:00 p.m.;' Hill Auditorium. Admission
S . /
Broadcasting Service: WUOM Radio
(91.7 Mc.) 11 a.m. to 11 p.m. daily.
Tuesday 1:00 p.m. Revolution: 20th
Century Phenomenon - "Ferment and
Revolution in the World as Viewed at
the United Nations", with Dr. Ralph
Bunche. Tuesday 5:00 p.m. Ann Ar-
bor Report: City Council and Munic-
ipal affairs. Tuesday 5:15 p.m. U-M
Feature Story with Jack Hamilton.
Tuesday 7:30 p.m. Tibor Serly - Musi-
cal Maverick~ one in a series of pro-
grams about the little-known American
composer, produced ly Jerry Btilik.
Tuesday 8:00 p.m. Basktball, The U-M
vs. the University of Illinois reported
by, Tom Hemingway from the Events
Wednesday' 11:00 a.m. The Eleventh
dour (repeated at: 7 p.m.) Ed Burrows
hosts an hour of news, and conversation:
Honors' ledturer Harold Cruse; also
about the arts and literature. Guests:
special retadings by Kent Martin.
Wednesday 1:00 p.m.. Department of
History Lecture: Prof. August Meier,
Kent State University, on "Toward
test". Wednesday 4:45 p.m. Campus
a History of the Role of Non-Violent
Direct Action in American Negro rPo-
News, produced by students in the,
speech department. Wednesday 5:00
p.m. The Press and World Affairs, with
Prof. Ben Yablonky. 8:00 p.m. Opera
Night - Mozart: "Le Nozze di Figaro",
produced by the German Opera of
Louis Edward Freund, Industrial En-
gipe'ering, Dissertation: "A Model for
Mbasuring the, Difficulty of Registered
Nurse Assignments," on Tuesday, Feb-
ruary 11 at 5:00 p.i. in 214 West En-

gineering Building, Chairman:

R. C.

3200 S.A.B. -
Federal Service Entance Examination
applications (PSEE) are due today,
Tuesday, Feb. 11, for next test, March
15. This test will be given in Ann Ar-
bor. All spring graduates interested
should take this test, the April one is
too close to graduation to get your
scores back before you leave.
Current Position Openings received
by General Division by mail and phone,
not interviews on campus. Please call
764-7460 for complete information. All
employers state that they are in-
terested in inquiries from men regard-
less of. their selective service status.
Local Firm,. Ann .Arbor, Mich.:
Trainee to prepare ordersrand esti-
mates, analytical skills, good math and
logic bckrnd, degree not mandatory,
good advanc ment potential.
Local Organization, Ann Arbor,
Mich.: Secretary-receptionist, clerk-typ-
ist work, no shorthand needed.
Toy Fair, Birmingham, Mich.: Sales
Trainee/Retail Merchandiser, call on
large stores for large toy manufacturer
based, in N.Y. Travel, BA/BS Econ.,
Bus.. Ed., Mktg., no experience necess.
Auto Specialties Manufacturing Com-
pany, St. Joseph, Mich.' Met. Engr.,
Tech. Anal. Engr., Sales Rep., Tool de-
sign, Project Engr. in ME, Product
Engr. These require from 3-5 years
exper. approx.
National Girl Scouts of America Of-
fices, nationwide posts-Property De-
velopment Specialists for each of the
regional offiecs. Prefer degree in arch.
or landscape arch. Will support local
councils on site! acquisition and land
State of Vermont: Community Bet-
terment Specialist, BA and 4 years in
related work. Asst.State Librarian,
MALS and 3 yea.rs. Chief of Sanitary
Engrg., BSE CE and 6 years.
National Homes Corporation, Lafay-
ette, Indiana: Manufacturing Engineer,
B$IE or ME and 2-4 years.
Institute for Educational Research:
Downers Grove, Ill.: Positions for ESEA
project "Evaluation for Individualized
Instruction", Project Associate, MA re-
quired, PhD preferred, eaching and
supervisory exper., ability to relate to
teachers. Research Associate, PhD,
competance in research methods and
measurement, exper in teaching and
Travelers Research Corporation, Hart-
ford, Connecticut: Seeks to increaseI
staff in activities of air pollution ana-
lysis ,and control. Exper. and training
in Bacteriol., biochem., biol., chem
Engr., Chem., Civil Engr., Climatology,
geochem., geog., giol., hydrol., math.,
med., meteorol., microbiol., oceanog.,
phys., sanitary engr., and stat. for pro-
viding specialized services such as air-
sea interactions, atmospheric diffuson,
boanalyss, meteorological insttumenta-
tion, multivariate anal., occupational
health, resource mgmt., weather modi-
fiaction, air pollution surveys, indus-
trial weather forecasting, and others.

Large brochure on this firm is avail.
at General Division.
212 S.A.B., Lower Level
Interview Today, Tuesday, Feb. 11:
Camp Chi, Wisc., Jewish -Community
Centers of Chicago. 10-5. Seeking coun-
selors for various :fields, and unit
The following schools located out-
side of the US have listed teaching
vacancies fo the 1969-70 school year.
Rome, Italy: Elem., H.S. Physical Sci-
ence, Guidance Counselor. Experience
required. Interviews will be held in
Winchester, Mass., Feb. 20.
San Paulo, Brazil: Math specialist
for grades 7 - 12, English. Eachelor's
degree and 5 years tch. experience. In-
terviews will be held in Ann Arbor
February 19. '
Ramey Air Force Base,, Puerto Rico:
Most fields K thru- 12. Interviews will
,be held in Chicago, Illinois, March 3
These appointments will not take
place at our office: but, at the loca-
tions indicated above.
For furthereInformation call 764-7459.
128 H, West Engrg. Bldg.
Make. interview appointment at Room
128 H, West Engrg. Bldg., unless other-
wise specified.
FEBRUARY 18. 1969:
American Electric Power Service
American Oil Co. & AMOCO Chemi-
cal Corp.
California State Polytechnic College
Continental Oil Co.
Control Data Corp.
Fmp.n.on Electric Co.
Giddings & Lewis Machine Tool Co.
International Business Mach. Corp.
IBM - World Trade Corp.
Miles Laboratories. Inc.
New York City First National
City Bank
Westinghouse Electric Corp.
Bach Club Meeting: Thurs., Feb. 13th
at 8:00 p.m. Guild House, 802 Monroe
St. Dr. Richard Crawford will speak on
Stravinsky's Oedipus Rex. Come. and
join us for fun and jelly donuts.
Everyone, with or without musical
knowledge is welcome. For further in-
formation call 769-0995 or 763-1614.
* * * *
American Institute of Industrial En-
gineers: Weekly luncheon, Tues., Feb.
11 at 12-noon 229 West Engineering.
Speaker: Ken Ryan, Group Head of 1E
Dept., Collins Radio Company. "Dif-
ference Applications of I.E. to the Elec-
tronics Industry."
* * * *
UM Scottish Country Dance Society:
Dance meeting Weds., 8:00 p.m. to 10:30
p.m. W.A.B. lounge, instruction given,
beginners welcome.

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