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Page Seven

Friday, March 14, 1969

THE MICHIGAN DAILY

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*Protests
hit role of
research'
(Continued from Page 3)
The nation's nost interesting
activity may have been at Hay-
erford College outside Philadel-
phia, Pa. Virtually every class
at Haverford geared its discus-
sion toward the responsibility of
the sciences. A session on man's
control of his environment kick-
ed off the program, which in-
cluded films and lectures. But
the most interesting talk was in
the classrooms. A humanities
seminar dealt w i t h Candide's
"best of all possible worlds." An
English class talked about Thor-
eau as scientist. Another dis-
cussed "the effects of .imagina-
tive literature on attitudes to-
wards war and peace." A math
class had "games theory a n d
morality" as its topic. Political
science students talked about
the ABM.
No assessment can be made
yet on the effect of the March
4 program on campuses around
the country. But it can be as-
sumed that the role of the scien-
tist in society is coming under
more public and academic scrut-
iny now than it has since the
development of the bomb.

.?4t"': vS :'"}..'"fe:.i":,* ion between 8:30 a.m. and 11:30 a.m.
If you are a communty college trans-
DAILY OFFICIA Ifer student entering during the calen-
dar year 1968, and have not received an
invitation, please call Mrs. Mieras in
IBULLET7 IN the Admissions Office (764-2573).

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The Daily Official Bulletin is an
official publication of the Univer-
sity of Michigan for which The
Michigan Daily assumes no editor-
ial responsibility.
General Notices
Admissions Counseling: University of
Michigan, Dearborn Campus, Friday,
March 14, 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. Ann Arbor
Campus freshman and sophomores
.should make an appointment in coun-
seling office to see Mr. David Rob-
inson and Mr. Robert Vokac.
Beginning March 15, 1969, applica-
tion forms will be available at t h e
front desk of The International Center
for: III, IIIB, and Fall Term, 1969.
(There will be no awards given for
only the spring % term, IIIA, 1969).
The deadline for receipt of scholarship
applications will be April 30, 1969. All
applicants must have already complet-
ed before May, 1969, at least one
full semester at The University of
Michigan in the school in which they
will be enrolled. Canadian citizens and
immgrants (permanent residents) a r e
not eligible for these particular schol-
arships.
Free , German Measles Vaccine f o r
Women Students. Student Health Ser-
vice, Saturday, March 15, 11:00 a.m. -
2 p.m. Information sheets at SAB and
Health Service.
Stamp Show and Bourse: Michigan
Union, Saturday, March 15, noon till
6:00 p.m.
The Annual Community College
Counselor-Student Conference will be
held on Tuesday, March 18. All students
who entered The University of Mich-
igan from a Michigan community col-
lege during 1968 have been invited to
visit with their respective community
college counselors in the Michigan Un-

Placement
GENERAL DIVISION
3200 S.A.B.

ANNOUNCEMENTS:
Final Application date for 1969 exam-
ination for foreign service information
officer careers is March 14, tomorrow,
postmark before tomorrow. The test is
given on May 3. Application booklet
with applic. forms and information is
available in Career Planning Division
of Placement Services.
Vista Week, March 17-21. Come in
to speak with the representatives, no
appts. necess., room 3524, S.A.B., 9 a.m.
- 5 p.m. Speakers are available. to inter-
ested campus groups, call 764-7460 for
reservations on Tues., Wed., and Thurs.,
March 18, 19, and 20. Film will be
shown March 18, 19 & 20, 7 p.m. 2512
Frieze Bldg., March 18, 3 p.m., room
2225 Angell Hall, March 19, Room 2040,
Frieze at 3 p.m.
Several Currently received announce-
ments are available in the Career Plan-
ning Division of Placement Services,
dealing with opportunities for Work-
Study, iFnancial Aid, M.A.T., M.B.A.,
PhD., and other programs of study.
Northeastern University, Bbston,
Mass., offers professional acetg. edu-
cation ,through the MS to liberal arts
and other non-acctg. majors on a
cooperative basis with firms in nearly
all cities in the U.S. Fellowships and
scholarships are available.
University of New York at Bing-
hamton, N.Y. offers MAT and MST in
areas of Biol., Bus., Chem., Engl.,
French, Geol., German, Math, Music,
Physics, Soc. Sci., and Spanish. Intern-
ships for % time teaching cover most
expenses, other financial asst. avail.
Bucknell University, Lewisburg, Pa.,
offers summer sessions for undergrad-
uates, graduates, and education spec-
ialties. 7 week programs, June 30 - Aug.
15.

Seton Hall University, Newark, N.J.
offers Resident Assistantships (room,
board, and tuition) for degree candi-
dates in Law School of Graduate Divi-
sions.
General Division has received the
Rehabilitation Counseling Employment
Exchange, a booklet published by Nat'l.
Rehab. Couns. Assoc., listing openings
nationwide. Ask for this booklet at
General Division.
Columbia University School of Social
Work offers full and partial fellowships
and student loan funds for men and
women wishing to serve their com-
munities as professional social work-
ers. Several of these opportunities are
designed by the donors for students
from minority groups. Awards are made
on the basis of merit and need.
Oregon State University, Corvallis,
Oregon, offers MS in Mgmt. Set. for
grad, educations preparing for careers
in management. Apply for Admission
Test for Graduate Study in Business
if you have not already taken this. As-
sistantships are available, as well as
some other forms of financial aid.
Radcliffe College 22nd Summer
Course in publishing procedures f o r
men and women, Cambridge, Mass. 6
Week course designed to introduce stu-
dents to opportunities and require-
ments of publishing profession, 45 ex-
perts active in the field will lecture on
topics, permanent staff will correlate
workshops, visits to publishers, and di-
rect work of students. Instruction is
practical, will prepare magazine dum-
mies as final project. Placement re-
cord is excellent from this program.
U. S. Information Agency asks stu-
dents in languages of the E a s t e r n
European areas to apply for support
services jobs. Albanian, Armenian, Bul-
garian, Czech, Estonian, Georgian,
Hungarian, Lithuanian, Polish, Ruman-
ian, Russian, Serbo-Croatian, Slovak,
Ukranian, Slovene.
The University of Windsor, Ontario
School of Business Administration of-
fers program leading to Masters of
Business Administration, two y e a r
course designed to equip the univer-
sity.graduate for leadership in business
environment and skills to handle basic
problems in functional areas of busi-
ness and public service.
University of Washington, Seattle,
Washington, offers residence hail ad-
visory positions to men and women

and married couples for academic 69-70.
Resident Advisors, srs. and grad, stu-
dents, are expected to give approx. 20
hours a week, may not hold other as-
sistantships, student teach, or bold
other jobs, married students are not
accepted for these. Head Residents
may be married, prefer professional in-
teest in higher education, and a mas-
ters degree in a student personnel re-
lated area as well as some prior exper.
in residence hall wok. Head residents
may take up to 6 hours per quarter
tuition free. Apply for these before
April 15.
SUMMER PLACEMENT SERVICE
212 S.A.B.. Lower Level
INTERVIEWS AT S.P.S.

The New York iCtv License Examina-
tion for teachers will be given in our
office. The exam will include, E a r 1 y
Childhood (N-2), Common Branches (1-

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MARCH 14, 1969:
Ott Chemical Company. Muskegon,
Mich.: Openings fo Chem. Engrg. who;
have completed Jr. year by May. Regis-t
ter for interview or come in 10 a.m.-r
5 p.m.3
Camp Tamarack. Fresh Air Society,<
Detroit. Gen. Couns., Spec. in water-
front, arts & crafts, nature - camp-I
craft, tripping, music, dramatics, case-
worker, unit supevisors, bus-truck driv-
er, nurse and camp physician. College,
credit up to 4 hours avail.
MARCH 18, 1969j
Camp Oakland, Mich. Coed. 9-12 a.m.
Gen. Counselors, nurse, spec. in arts
& crafts, waterfront director and assist.!
MARCH 19, 1969
Camp Onota, Mass. Boys 1-5 p.m.
Gen. Counselors, science instructor,
spec. in swimming, sailing, music, dra-
matics, riflery, golf, tennis, basketball.
Jack Roberts Pool Service, Farm-
ington, Mich. 10-5. Work outdoors,
cleaning, delivery, and general p o o I
work.
MARCH 20, 1969
Camp Holiday, Mich. girls. 10 a.m. -
5 p.m. Gen. Counselors, unit leaders,
waterfront director,, certified director
for First Aid.
Boyne Highlands, Mich. resort. Posi-I
tions for waiters, waitresses, bus boys,
maids, desk clerks, bell hops, telephone
operators.
EDUCATION DIVISION
On Saturday, March 15, 1969, at 9:30,

6), Secondary Math and English. F o r
additional information contact Mrs.
Staelin - 764-7459.
The following schools have listed
teaching vacancies in schools located
outside of the United States.
Guam: Agana, Guam. Vacancies listed
in all teaching fields in the territorial
schools.
Taiwan- Taipei American School, Tai-
pei, Taiwan. Elem. (1-6), Grades 7 - 12
Soc. Studies, English, Math, Earth Sci.,
Biology, Chem., Physical Sel., A r t
Music (Instr.iVocal), Ind. Arts, Boys
PE, Girls PE (Swimming instruction
required), French, Spanish, EFL, Lib-
rarians, Psychological Social Worker.
H1aiti: Hospital Albert Schweitzer,
Port-Au-Prince, Haiti, W.I. E l e m .
teacher for private school for child-
ren of hospital staff. 15 children, 3
yeas through 8 years. 2 Haitian assist-
ant teachers.
For additional information contact
Mrs. Flynn, 3200 SAB, 764-7462.
ENGINEERING PLACEMENT
SERVICE
128 H, West Engrg. Bldg.
Make interview appointment at Room
128 H, West Engrg. Bldg., unless other-
wise specified.
MARCH 21, 1969
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the Escrow Fund. Call

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the T.U. Office.

1532 SAB
763-3102

7:15-H I LLEL STUDENT SERVICE
"JUDAISM & SCIENTIFIC ATHEISM" (8:30)
A discussion with MOSES BERLIN, Asst. Administrator of Beaumont Hos-
pital, Detroit, on how a modern scientist reconciles his Judaism with his
research.

SATURDAY, MARCH 15

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Open till 5 A.M.-Friday & Saturday

DISCUSSION & TORAH STUDY SESSION (4:00)
with MOSES BERLIN
"LORD JIM" (8:00)
with PETER O'TOOLE, JAMES MASON, and in color.
Admission-75c (Proceeds to UJA)
Following movie at 10:45, PROF. ROBERT F. HAUGH of the English Dept.
will discuss the film in relation to Conrad's novel.
SUNDAY, MARCH 16

3 P.M.-ELECTION OF OFFICERS followed
EXECUTIVE BOARD MEETING

by OPEN
(All Welcome)

6 P.M.-DELI HOUSE
6:30 P.M.-"THE FUTURE OF MIDDLE EASTERN JEWERY"
A Beir Midrash Seminar, led by
JOSEPH BEN-DAK and DR. ROBERT LAPIN

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