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FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 24
Advanced Firemanship Training Pro-
gram-Civil Defense and Disaster Train-
ing Center, 8:30 a.m.
University Press Club of Michigan
Meeting-Registration, Michigan Un-
Lecture: Prof. Kazimi
the Polish Academy ofS
will lecture on "Polish-
ogical Expedition to Go
with color movies a
p.m., Rackham Amphi
Sept. 30, under thea
and the Museum of Pal
Cody Cox, Epidemiologl
is: "A Proposed Mecha
thesis," Fri., Sept. 24
9:30 a.m. Chairman, W.
Von Buseck, Psycholog
mented Feedback in a1
ing Task," Fri., Sept. 24
Bldg., at 10 a.m. Chairm
ion, 9 a.m. Lecture: Fri., Sept.
Mann of the Dept. of
Conference on Cellular Plastics in speak on "Effectivene
Construction-Rackham Bldg., 9:30 a.m. Work Groups." The effe
entific work groups was
terms of the relationshi
Michigan Daily Anniversay Celebra- ceived measures of effec
tion - Registration, Student Publica- ed from key, top mana
tions Bldg., 12:30 p.m. nel and factors such
supervisors and the sci
Office of Religious Affairs University cation, work and fam
Lecture-Richard Shaull, Princeton attitudes toward ri
Theological Seminary: Multipurpose change, career orienta
Room, Undergraduate Library, 4:15 p.m. and opportunities, wor
Cinema Guild-"Citizen Kane": Arch- complaints, leadershipi
itecture Aud., 7 and 9 p.m. of the units, and gr
FRONTIER BEEF BUFFE
Cafeteria Open 7 Day
Sun.-Thurs. 11 :30 A.M.-8:00 P.M.
Friday and Saturday until 8:30 P.M.
and influence. 4:15 p.m., Aud. B, An- FRI., SEPT. 24- Markley, Open-Open; Sigma Alpha Mu, sign schedule posted at 128-H West
Votices gell Hall. Alpha Delta Phi, TGIF; Beta Theta Party; Sigma Nu, House Party (Open-
Pi, TGIF; Chi Psi, TGIF; Couzens Open); Sigma Phi Epsilon, Theme aPr- WED SEPT. 29-
ierz Kowalski, of Astronomical Colloquium: Fri., Sept. Hall, Closed Mixer with Chicago House; ty; Sigma Phi, Hillbilly Party; Stock- E P
Science, Krakow, 24, 4 p.m., Room 807, Physics-Astronomy Delta Chi, TGIF; Delta Upsilon, Mixer; well, Open House after game; Strauss, General American Transportation
Mongolian Geol- Bldg. Dr. Fred Z. Hendel, Department Evans Scholars, House Party; Lambda EQ, Picnic (Dates) Island Park; The- Corp.-BS: ChE. BS-MS: EE & ME. MS:
bi Desert. 1964," of Physics, will speak on "The High- Chi Alpha, TGIF; Phi Delta Theta, ta Chi, Party; Theta Delta Chi, Band EM & Instr. Dec. grads. R, & D-.
nd slies, at 4 Altitude Laboratory at Mount Chacal- TGIF; Phi Epsilon Pi, TGIF; Phi Party; Thta Xi, Party; Triangle, Par- Wayne County Road Commission -
theatre, Thurs., taya, Bolivia." Gamma Delta, Rug Party; Phi Kappa ty; Tyler, EQ, Open-Open; Wenley, BS-MS: CE. U.S. citizens & non-citi-
auspices of the Tau, Party; Sigma Phi Epsilon, Dance; WQ, Wedding Party & Open-Open; zens becoming citizens. Des. & Constr.
and Technology Psychology Colloquium: Fri., Sept. Strauss, EQ. Waterballoon fight (Chal- Winchell, WQ, Open-Open; Zeta Beta Zenith Radio Corp., Chicago, Ill.
eontology. 24, Dr. James P. Egan, Indiana Uni- lenge) Couzens; Tau Delta Phi, TGIF; Tau, Party; Zeta Psi, Band Party. Any Degree: EE. R. & D., Des.
versity, will speak on "Signal De- Theta Xi, Closed Mixer; Tyler, EQ,. WED.-THURS., SEPT. 29-30--
n for Donald tection and Binaural Hearing Processes" Mixer; eZta Beta Tau, Open-Open. P a entWestinghouse Electric Corp. - BS:
ic Science; thes- 4:15 p.m., Aud. B, Angell Hall. SAT., SEPT. 25- itU em nt AE & Astro., E Math, E Physics, IE,
nism for Polio- Allen Rumsey, WQ, Theme Party; Al- POSITION OPENINGS: Naval & Marine, Sci. Engrg, MS: Com-
n of DNA Sny- Biological Chemistry Colloquium: pha Delta Phi, Band Party; Alpha Del- munication Sci., Instr., Nuclear. BS-
,, 2022 SPH, at Fri., Sept. 24, Dr. P. A. Srere, Lawrence ta Pi, Football Open House; Alpha Ep- cial Analyst. BS acctg. req. CPA or Ocean., Met. BS: Students w/combi-
W. Ackerman. Radiation Laboratory, Biomedical Di- silon Pi, Party; Alpha Sigma Phi, MBA desirable. 2 yrs. exper. in fnan- nation Bus. & Engrg. programs/inter-
vision, University of California, will Theme Party; Anderson, EQ. Open- cial & cost analysis in mfg. organiza- ested in tech. mktg. R. & D., Des,, Prod.,
n for Calvin R. speak on "The Binary Complex of the Open; Anderson, EQ, Party; Beta Theta tion pref. Sales & Purchasing.
y; thesis: "Aug. Citrate Condensing Enzyme and Oxalo- Pi, Party; Bush & Kelsey, SQ, Dance WED.-FRI., SEPT. 29-OCT. 1-
Simulated Driv- acetate," 4 p.m., M6423 Medical Sci- in Dining Room No. 4; Chi Phi, Rock 'n - mli n TechnologisLine Monsanto Co., Nationwide -Any De-
4, 112 W. Physics ce Bldg. Roll Party; Chi Psi, Theme Party; Chi- required L gist Lcens gree: ChE, ME. BS-MS: EE, IE & Met.
nan, R. W. Pew. cago House, Open-Open; Cooley, EQ, -MS-PhD: snItru., Mat'ls. R. & D., Des.,
- History of Art Department Lecture: Open-Open; Delta Chi, Band Party. Veterans Admin., Wash, D.C. - Mi- Prod. & Sales.
24, Dr. Floyd Oct. 5, 4:10 p.m., Aud. B, Angell Hall, Delta Sigma Delta, Band Party (Open- crobiologist. Degree, major in micro-
Psychology will Ahmed A. Fikry, professor of Islamic Open); Delta Tau Delta, Band Party; biol., biol., chem., bacteriol. 1 yr. ex-
ss in Scientific art, Universities of Alexandria and Delta Upsilon, Band Party; Evans per. req. Higher rating far additional
ss i ScenInternationalon Bad Part-TEvns .1
ectiveness in sci- Baghdad, will speak on "Some Aspects Scholars, House Party; Frederick, SQ, exe Atmc.nrg gec
s investigated in of Islamic Painting." Lounge Party - Open-Open; Robert International Atomic Energy Agency
hip between per- Frost, Open-Open; Gomberg, SQ, Theme --Govt. of Greece requests expert in Employm ent
ctiveness obtain- Dance; Greene, EQ, Open-Open; Hay- o h C hemsr & cing
agement person- Events den, EQ, Open-Open; Hinsdale, EQ, bn. PhD Chem. plusRes.& eing T
as the section Open-Open; Kappa Alpha Psi, Party; exper. 6 mos. duration. Begin Aug. The following part-time jobs are
ntist's age, edu- The following sponsored student Kappa Sigma, Coat & Tie; Lambda 1966. 2. Republic of China requests available. Application for these jobs
eily orientation, events are approved for the coming Chi Alpha, Open House; Phi Delta expert in production of radioisotopes can be made in the Part-Time Em-
iyorettoeetaraprvdfrtecmn Ch AlhOe Hos;PiDlafor Inst. of Nuclear Science, TsingpoyetOfc,20SAdrnth
sk-taking and weekend. Social chairmen are reminded Theta, Viking Party. ua niv.1 mos.urainegTsing fploment Office, 2200 SAB, during the
tion, job goals, that requests for approval for social Phi Gamma Delta, Record Party; Phi late 'oUniv. 12 'os. duration. Begin following hours: Monday through Fri
ries and health events are due in the Office of Student + Kappa Tau, Party; Pi Lambda Phi, ics expert of A.E.C., Quito, Ecuador. until 52nd
and supervision Organizations not later than 12 o'clock Band Party; Psi Upsilon, Band Party; BsianessingECo., Gradr Haven, E p.m.
roup interaction noon on Tuesday prior to the event. Prescott, EQ, Open-Open; Reeves, Bastian-Blessing Co,Grand Haven, dEmployersadrouseo fuhiring tm-
oTusaprototeeet Prsot EQ OpnOe; ReeMich.-Indust. Engr. Degree plus 10 dents for part-time or full-time tem-
yrs exer inus. egrg o prd.porary work, should contact Robert
mgmt. Also personnel manager. Degree Parker, part-time interviewer, at 764-
plus 3-5 yrs. indust. rel. exper. 7283.
1-- --,--"Dictaphoone Corp., Detroit - Sales Students desiring miscellaneous ode'
J Repres. BA, some exper. Manage ac- jobs sho'uld consult the bulletin
TTTH I S U JHID ? counts & expand protected territory.board in Room 2200, daily.
City of Oakland, Calif.-l. Jr. Engr., There are several positions avail-
degree in Civil Engrg., no exper. req. able to students in Residence Halls
for part-time food service jobs such as:
bussing, dishwashing, counter work,
etc. $1.25/hr.-meals optional.
T ORGAN IZATION There are also positions available
to those qualified to do general of-
tta g NOTI ESfce. work, sales work, manual labor,
s nNOTICES etc Inthe sintIfi"re tere are*
several positions open for Lab As-
sistants with physics, biology and chem-
istry backgrounds and technical open-
512 .W imUse of This Column for Announce- ings for those with engineering and/or
ments is available to officially recog- math backgrounds.
Glee Club In
The Men's Glee Club will fly
to New York today to participate
in the Lincoln Center's week-long
International University Choral
Festival * in Philharmonic Hall.
While in New York the Glee Club
will also perform at the United
States Pavilion at the World's
Fair, at the United Nations, and
on Monday will travel to Wash-
ington for further activities.
The Michigan Glee Club is one
of five from the United States
participating in the festival. The
other choruses are from Harvard
and Radcliffe, Howard University,
Smith College, and Yale.
All the choruses will be in
Washington on Monday as guests
of the State Department for a
reception and dinner at which
Mrs. Eisenhower, Mrs. Kennedy,
and Mrs. Johnson will be hos-
tesses. That evening they will sing
at the National Cathedral.
for study of local therapy
Involves treatment of one.side
of face for a 4-8 week period
with the object of finding out
how valuable several time-hon-
ored treatments really are. If
comparison shows treatment to
be effective, we will then treat
the other side and you will have
learned something useful about
caring for acne. There is also
a lump payment at end of
period. As this is an experi-
mental study, we do not want
subjects with very severe acne.
Subjects with acne of "black-
head type" are especially suit-
able. Male subjects are pre-
ferred at this time.
If interested, write name,
phone, address, and age on a
card and mail to: Manoel
Sternick, M.D., Dept. of Der-
matology, U of M Medical
Center. If suitable, we will
contact you shortly.
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Baha'i Student Group, Baha'i Hoot-
enany. Everyone welcome, Sept. 24, 7:30
p.m., Center of the Diag.
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University of Michigan Chess Club,
Meeting, Sept. 24, 7:30 p.m., Room
Folk Dance Club (WAA), Folk dance
with instruction Fri., Sept. 24, 8-11
p.m., Barbour Gym.
Gamma Delta, Monthly social; What-
square dance; Where-1511 Washtenaw;
When-tonight at 8:30 p.m., Refresh-
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Newman Student Association, Com-
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