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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

Friday, October 10, 1969

Pr~ ge Six THE MICHIGAN DAILY

niversity enrollment
icreases to 38,328

DAILY OFFICIAL BULLETIN

University enrollment has in-
creased to 38,328 students this fall,
a gain of 307 over last year.
The largwst increase came at
Flint College. where enrollment
rose to 1501 students, an increase
of 228. In Ann Arbor, enrollment
stands at 32,003, about 50 more
than one year ago. Enrollment at
Dearborn Campus is about t h e
same as last fall - 822 students
are registered this year compared
to 809 last year.
Major enrollment shifts on the
Ann Arbor campus were recorded
in the engineering, natural r e -
sources, architecture and design
and dentistry schools.
Engineering enrollment drop-
ped by 133 students, to a total
of 4357. Part of the drop was a
result 'of the college's shifting of
some continuing education pro-
grams out of the fall trimestel'
to the summer term.
Natural resources enrollmenlit
rose 63, up to 505 students. Ar-
chitectura and design recorded an
increase of 77, for a total of
897, and dentistry enrollment rose
by 52 students, to 615.
The literary college recorded
a drop of 96 students, but this was
dlue to the creation of the new
library science school from a
former literary college depart-
inent. Library science has an en-
rollment of 470 students who last
tear would have been part of the
lit erary college.
Thus, the actual enrollment in
the remaining departments of
LSA is 375 more than a year ago,
for a total of 16,081.
The LSA figures include both
undergraduate students and stu-
dents who are enrolled in the
,raduate school who study under
LSA professors.
The graduate school total this
Fear is 7942 students, who are also

counted in the totals of LSA and
several other schools. This figure
is 395 under last year's, but the
drop also is attributable in part to
the opening of the library science
school.
Here are the current figures,
and shifts from last year, for the
other colleges and schools:
Business Administration, down
20 to 1052: Education, up 31 to
3376: Law, down 33 to 1054; Medi-
cine up 23 to 1822; Music, down 16
to 859: Nursing, up 15 to 838;
Pharmacy, unchanged at 257:
Public Health, up five to 434, and
Social Work, down 44 to 697-.
There are 307 graauat° students
enrolled in intercollege programs,
67 more than last year.
The grand total for residence
credit students is 35,944, a rise of
702. Credit extension students
number 2,384. down 395 from last
year.
Dr. Alexander H. Smith, direct-
or of the University Herbarium,
received a certificate of merit at
the recent meeting of the Botan-
ical Society of America he I d in
conjunction with the 11th Inter-
national Botanical Congress in
Seattle.
Only two of these awards are
given each year by the society.
They recognize distinguished ach-
ievement in and contributions to
the advancement of botanical
science.
Dr. Pentti Kalevi Koski, pro-
fessor of pedodontics and ortho-
dontics at the University of Turku
in Finland, has joined the Center
for Human Growth and Develop-
ment as visiting scientist and re-
search associate in human physi-
cal growth for the current aca-
demic year.

The Daily Official Bulletin is an
official publication of the Univer-
sity of Michigan, Notices should be
sent in TYPEWRITTEN f o r m to
Room 3528 L.S.A. Bldg., before
2 p.m. of the preceding publi-
cation and by 2 p.m. Friday for
Saturday and Sunday. Items appear
once. Student organization notices
are not accepted for publication.
For more information. phone 761-
9''70.
FRIlAY OCTOBEI 10
Day Calendar
Alacromolecular Research C e n t e r
Symposium: "Frontiers in Macromole-
cular science": Registration, Chrysler
Center, 8:00 ai.
Astronomical Colloquittni Professor
Edwin Goddard, Dept. Geol. & Mineral-
ogy, "Geologic Aspects of Apollo 11";
182 Aud F. Physics-Astronomy, 3:30
p.m.
University Players (Department of
Speech): The Balcony by Jean Genet:
Trueblood Theatre, 8:00 p.m.
Department of Astronomy Visitors'
Night: Fred T. Haddock, Professor of
Astronomy, NASA Manned Space Flight
Films: The Flight of Apollo 11 a n ci
ORGANIZATION
NOTICES
S & SE Asia Club Brown Bag: 12:00
noon Lane Hall Commons Room.
Speaker: Tom Scovel, Grad stu. linguis-
tics. "Angkor-Wat: Cambodia answer
to Notre Dame: a slide presentation.
Leadershipc on erence. Oct. 24, 5:00
pu. - Oct. 26, High Scope Lodge in
Clinton, $16.00, call 764-7416 or sign up
soon at 1011 SAB Office of Student
Affairs

Benefits of Space Science: Hill Audi-
torium, 8:00 p m.
Michigan Chamber Ensemble: Theo
Alcantara, conductor: Rackham Lee-
tore Hall, 8:00 p.m.
General Notices
Tle I-M Student Relations Commit-
tee: Monday, October 13 1969, 7:30 p.ii.
Council Room, SAB Bldg. Agenda: 1.!
ROTC; 2. IM Report (previously dis-
tributed) ;3. The Role of the Faculty in
Disruptions,
Placement Service
GENERAL IDIVISION
3200 SABl
Current Position openings received by
Geneial Division b ymall and phone,
not iiiterviews on campus. Please call
764-7460 for further information.
Bastion-Blessing Co., Chicago, l:
Sales careers, technical bckrnd prefer-
red, any degree accept.
C': 1821182aCRiscerred
Local Organization: Staff Assistants
in financial and busiiess operations,
acctg., personnel, gen admin.. mgmt de-
grees in acct ., bus, ad., publ. admin,,
or social sciencesr
Vogt Mantif Corp: Rochester, NY:

Positions in maius. ales, cointroller.
production. cih mgmt. customer ser-
vice, and ofice of VP Openings for
Engrs. Clemists. gnit. Some exper
pref New grds for prof placement
specialist, and customer service mgr.
Richland County Regional Planning
Commission, Mansfield. Ohio: Planner,
new grad pref in urban plan area.
Rospatch Corp, Grand Rapids, Mich:
Industrial Methods enir, ESIE plus
!3 to S years.
Kenosha Unified School Mist.: Com-
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