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SATURDAY, JUNE 27, 1964

THE MICHIGAN DAILY

PAGE THREE

___NEXT WEEK'S EVENTS

It's 'Tri-Term' from Now On

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MONDAY
8:30 a.m. - Professors George
Odiorne, Robert House and James
Bulloch of the business adminis-
tration school, will outline "Man-
agement Objectives - Results
Oriented Appraisals Systems" at
the business administration school.
4 p.m.-Prof. Arthur J. Carr of
the English department will speak
on "The Question of Asking Ques-
tions" in Aud. C. His speech will
be another in a series "Toward
the Better Teaching of High
School English.''
4:15 p.m.-Robert Glasgow, or-
ganist, will give a recital for the
"School of Music Conference on
Organ Music in Hill Aud.
TUESDAY
8:30 a.m. - Professors George
Odiorne, Robert House and James
Bulloch of the business adminis-
tration school will conclude their
series on "Management by Ob-
jectives - Results-Oriented Ap-
praisals Systems."
1:30 p.m.-Rudolp Schoch will
speak on "The Use of the Recorder
-Teaching Music in the Swiss
Schools" at the recital hall of the
music school.
8:30 p.m.-Jerome Jelinek, cello-
ist and Rhea Kish, pianist, will
give a recital in Rackham Lec-
ture Hall.
WEDNESDAY
4:10 p.m. - Luther H. Foster,
president of the Tuskegee Insti-
tute, will discuss "The American
Negro in Transition, 1964: An
Overview" in Aud. A. This is the
first in a series of special sum-
mer session lectures on the Ne-
gro.

Works by Purcell, Parcham,
Bull, Handel, Stanley and Boyce
will be performed.
8:30 p.m.-Prof. Gyorgy Sandor
of the music school will open the
University Musical Society's Sum-
mer Concert Series in Rackham
Aud.
FRIDAY
7 and 9 p.m.-Cinema Guild
will present Charlie Chaplin in
"The Kid"; John Bunny in "A
Cure for Pokeritis"; Laurel and
Hardy in "Battle of the Century,"
and Carole Lombard in "Campus
Vamp" at the Architecture Aud.
OTHER EVENTS
An exhibition selected from the
works of Japan's leading callig-
raphers, Ando, Hirano, Matsui,
Miyamoto, Nishikawa among oth-
ers, will be on display at the
Museum of Art in Alumni Memor-
ial Hall through Aug. 16.

The epidemiology department
of the public health school is pre-
senting a series of lectures on
"Immunity and Hypersensitivity"
by H. Sherwood Lawrence of New
York University in Room 3042,
public health school. Here is his
schedule:
Monday 4 p.m. - Lecture:
"Transfer Factor in Delayed-
Type Hypersensitivity."
Tuesday, 1 p.m.-Lecture: Rela-
tions Between Delayed-Type Hy-
persensitivity, Immunity and Dis-
ease."
2:30-4 p.m.-Round-table dis-
cussion of "Delayed-Type Hyper-
sensitivity."
Wednesday, 4 p.m. - Lecture:
"Homograft Reactions in Man."
Thursday, 1 p.m. - Lecture:
"Mechanisms of Autoimmune Dis-
eases."
2:30-4 p.m.-Round-table ds.
cussion of "Homograft Reactions
and Autoimmune Diseases."

Spurr said that Edward Groes-
beck, director of registration and
records, will handle the correc-
tions.
The Daily will also include the1
official tri-term calendar (see
chart) in its freshman edition
which is sent to all-incoming stu-
dents and distributed on campus.
With these bugs worked out,
the prospects for trimester are ex-
cellent, its proponents say. The
token trimester schedule last year
did help in one way : it tested the
14-week schedule and shortened
exam period of the tri-term plan.
Little Suffering
No one seemed to suffer-ex-
cept possibly student organiza-
tions. Surveys showed that high
percentages of students and teach-
ers found no harsh difficulties in
the transition. Ninety per cent of
the upperclassmen responding to
a Daily survey indicated their ap-
proval for tri-term over the old
schedule.
A surprisingly high number of
respondents in another survey in-

dicated their intentions to attend
the full-scale summer sessions.
Enrollment will jump from 14,0001
this session to over 16,000 students
next summer, officials predict. 1
Spurr accounts for these suc-
cesses as a result of the gradual
transition made over the past few
years. "We haven't moved to full-
scale operations overnight," he ob-
serves.
In June of 1958, a University
calendar study committee saw the'
need for further appraisal of tri-

term. It wasn't until an investi-
gating faculty group-chaired by
Literary College Dean William
Haber - recommended the move
that the Regents were sold. They
endorsed in principle the sweep-
ing calendar revision at their June
meeting in 1961.
Only the Legislature prevented
tri-term's appearance in the fall
of 1963. For 1964, all that remains
is to hang onto the one name-
and let the students know that
"three term year-round opera-
tions" is here for real.

This Is the Real Thing
Fall Term .. .

PROF. ARTHUR CARR

7:30 p.m.--Athur Burks of the
philosophy department will speak
about "Philosophy and Language"
in the Rackham Amphitheatre.
His speech will be the first in a
linguistics department forum lec-
ture series.
THURSDAY
7:30 p.m.-Einar Haugen will
speak on "Diglossia in Modern
Norway" in the Rackham Amphi-
treatre. Second in the linguistics
department forum lecture series.
8:30 p.m.-The Baroque Trio
(Nelson Hauenstein, flute; Florian
Mueller, oboe; Marilyn Mason,
harpsichord, assisted by Lawrence
Hurst, double bass) will give a
program in Rackham Lecture
Hall.

PROF. GYORGY SANDOR

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responsibility. Notices should be sent
in TYPEWRITTEN form to Room
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2 p.m. of the day preceding publica-
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day and Sunday.
SATURDAY, JUNE 27
Day Calendar
School of Music Conference on Or-
gan Music, Degree Recital - Edward
Tibbs, Organist: Hill Aud.: 8:30 p.m.
Cinema Guild-Mabel Normand in
'tMckey"; Charlie Chase in "Stolen
Goods", Charlie Chaplin in "A Wom-
an": Architecture Aud., 7 and 9 p.m.
University Players, Dept. of Speech
Production-Alan Jay Lerner and Fred-
eric Loewe's "My Fair Lady"; Lydia
Mendelssohn Theatre, 8 p.m.
SUNDAY, JUNE 28
School of Music Conference on Or-
gan Music Recital-Students and Alum-
ni of the University of Michigan, "The
Music of DuruflV": Hill Aud., 4:15 p.m.
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School of Music Conference on Or-J. Brown for morning in Bureau of
gan Music Recital-Maurice Durufl6, Or- Appts., in afternoon at Bus. Ad. Feb.,
ganiste, St. Etienne-du-Mont, Paris, May & Aug. grads. U.S. citizenship.
Professeur au Conservatoire National THURS., JULY 2-
de Paris and Marie-Madeleine Durufle-

On Contemporary Literature

"THE VISION OF HELL IN MODERN LITERATURE"
Mr. David W.K. Sumner,
eaching Fellow, Department of English
Monday, June 29, 2nd Floor Terrace
'NEW MEANINGS FOR NEW BEINGS: THE LANGUAGE OF FAITH
FOR A WORLD COME OF AGE"
Mr. John Koenig, Theological Intern, University Lutheran Chapel
Tuesday, July 7, Anderson Room
"HEMINGWAY'S A MOVEABLE FEAST"
Professor Arthur Carr, Department of English
Tuesday, July 14, Anderson Room
"THE FEMININE MYSTIQUE: A CLUE TO IDENTITY CRISES"
Mrs. Elizabeth H. Sumner, Program Assistant,
Office of Religious Affairs
Tuesday, July 21, Anderson Room
"HUMANISTIC PSYCHOLOGY: A GROWING THIRD FORCE"
(a discussion of the works of Allport, Maslow, Jung & May)
Mr. David M. Wulff, Research Assistant,
Research Center for Group Dynamics
Tuesday, July 28, Anderson Room

Chevalier: Hill Aud., 8:30 p.m.
Conference on Aging - Registration,
Michigan Union, 4 p.m.
General Notices
A Few More Ushers are needed for
the Series of Piano Concerts to be
given in Rackham Aud. during the
month of July. Please call Mr. Warner
at NO 8-8597 if you are interested in
ushering. This request is not for stu-
dents alone. Anyone is eligible.
Placement
ENGINEERING PLACEMENT INTER-
VIEWS-Seniors & grad students, please
sign interview schedules posted at 128-H
West Engrg. for appointments with the
following:
JUNE 30-
Scott Paper Co., Mfg. Engnrs. (Plants
in N., N.E., Mid-West, Deep South,
Mid-Atlantic, Staff: Cor. Phila. Hdqts.
-All Degrees: ME. MS-JhD: Instrumen-
tation. BS-MS: EE, EM & IE. Aug.
grads. R. & D., Des., Prod
JULY 1-
General Motors Corp., Primarily Mid-
west-BS-MS: EE, IE & ME. BS: Sci.
Enge. Aug. grads. R. & D., Des. &
Prod.
Maxon Premier Burner Co., Inc.,
Muncie, Ind.-BS-MS: ME. BS: ChE,
EE, EM, IE & Met. Aug. & Dec. grads.
H. & D., Prod., & Sales.
JULY 2--
Corning Glass Works, Albion, Mich.-
Mfg. Plant, Corning, N.Y.-Staff Engnr.
-All Degrees: ChE, EE, EM, IE, Instru.,
Mat'ls., ME, Met. BS: S. Engrg. Aug.
& Dec. grads. R. & D., Des., Prod. &
Process.
McDonnel Aircraft Corp., Entire
Corp.-All Degrees: AE & Astro., CE,
EE, EM, IE, Instru., Commun. Scl., ME.
Prof.: Applied Mech. MS-PhD: Mat'ls.,
Met. PhD: Nuclear. BS: E Math & E
Physics. Aug. grads. R. & D., Des., Prod.
PLACEMENT INTERVIEWS, Bureau of
Appointments-Seniors & grad students,
please call Ext. 3544 for appointments
with thefollowing:
WED., JULY I-
General Dynamics Corporate Office,
New York, N.Y.-Will be interviewing
MEN only for their Management Train-
ing Program. Degree majors in Econ.,
Poli. Sci., History, & General Liberal
Arts. Make appointments with Thomas
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Central Intelligence Agency, Washing-
ton,rD.C.-Men & Women. JohnFor-
rester will be interviewing all day at
the Bureau of Appts. Seeking degrees
in Econ. only. BA & MA level. Posi-
tions: Economists.
THURS., JULY 9-
General Foods Corp., White Plains,
N.Y.-Seeking MEN, May & Aug. grads
(p.m. only). BA or MA or BBA. Psych.,
Ind. Rels. or anyone interested in
Personnel work. Positions: Personnel
Admin. Trainee Program.
POSITION OPENINGS:
Friden, Inc., San Leandro, Calif. -
Seeking Sales Rep. for opening in Ann
Arbor area. Sales of desk calculators,
adding machines, mailing equipment,
etc. Will start as Junior Salesman &
occasionally make calls within 21%z
county area. Also data processing equip-
ment. College grad-any field. Exper.
not essential but must be interested
in sales as a career. Recent grad. Must
have car.
City of Flint, Mich.-Sr. Civil Engnr.
Degree in CE. 3 yrs, exper. in design
& construction of engrg. projects,
pref. including some supv. work.
Abbott Labs., Chicago, Il.-Many &
various openings including: Microbiol-
ogist, Medical Writer, Res. Biochemist,
Field Res. Investigator, Dev. Biochem-
ist, Res. Pharmacist, Liaison chemist,
Dev. Engnr., Info. Scientist, Scientific
Reis. Rep., Chemical Analyst, Physical
Chemist, ChE, Stat. Quality Control, Fi-
nancial Trainee, Financial Analyst, Tax
Accountant, Credit Analyst, Mgr. of
Computer Systems, Admin. Trainee,
Sales Stat., Staff Ace't., etc.
ANNOUNCEMENTS:
Peace Corp.-Will visit the U. of M.
July 6-11. They will have information

centers in the Lower Lobby of the
Mich. Union and on the Diagonal.
Make appointments with representa-
tives for placement test.
Agency for International Develop-
ment-Need secretaries to serve over-
seas in the foreign aid prog. An AID
rep. will be in Detroit for 2 weeks,
conducting interviews from Mon., June
22 through Thurs., July 2. Miss Doro-
thy Boulos will interview at the Michi-
gan State Employment Service office,
1145 Griswold St., 9th floor, Detroit,
weekdays from 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. Group
interviews will be held Wed, evening,
July 1. Aptps. may be made by phoning
Miss Boulos at 222-1855. Open to wom-
en with secretarial exper. & good short-
hand & typing. Must be single, high sch.
graduate, at least 21 yrs., U.S. citizen-
ship. Appts. are for 2 yrs. Positions
also avail. at Wash., D.C. hdqts with
min age here of 18.
ORGANIZATION
NOTICES
USE OF THIS COLUMN FOR AN-
NOUNCEMENTS is available to officially
recognized and registered organiza-
tions only. Organizations who are plan-
ning to be active for the Summer
Term should be registered by July 3,
1964. Forms available, 1011 Sturent Ac-
tivities Bldg.
** *
University Lutheran Chapel, Bible
Class: Obedience and Pride: The Fall,
9:15 a.m.; Sunday Service, sermon: "A
Lesson in Forgiveness," 10:30 a.m.; Sup-
per and Program, "The Ministry of
the Laymen," 6 p.m., June 28, 1511
Washtenaw Ave.
Graduate Outing Club, Swiming and/
or hiking, June 28, 1:45 p.m., Rackham,
Huron St. entrance.

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FOUR PIANO RECITALS
In RACKHAM AUDITORIUM
GYORGY SANDOR-Thurs., July 2, 8:30
Fantasy & Fugue in G minor ...................Bach-Liszt
Fantasy, Op. 17 .....................Schumonn
Fantasia quasi Sonata (Apres une Lecture de Dante) . . . . Liszt
Fantasy in F minor, Op. 49 ...:................... Chopin
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