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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

WEDNESDAY, SEPTE31BER 29, 1965

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The Daily Official Bulletin is an French and German Screening Exam-
official publication of the Univer- inations: The screening examinations in
sity of Michigan, for which The French and German for Doctoral can-
Michigan Daily assumes no." editor- didates will be administered on Sat.,
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munications for consideration at this
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Office of Religious Affairs Book Dis- Fall Term Fees: At least 50 per cent
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Reformation" by John A. T. Robinson: 30, 1965.
2 Michigan League, 12 m. Non-payment of at least 50 per cent
_bySept._3 will result in the assess-
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man Allen, Dept. of Zoology, "Epi- Payments may be made in person
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________Thurs.. Sept. 30.
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neering and Biostatistics, "Digital Com- date,tSept. 30, are late and subject to
putation and the MAD Language" penalty.
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and show student number and name.
Professional Theatre Program Per-
formance-APA company in "You Can't Student Government Council Approval
Take It With You": Mendelssohn Thea- of the following student-sponsored
tre, 8 p.m. events becomes effective 24 hours after
_______the publication of this notice. All
Spublicity for these eventsmust be
General Notices withheld until the approval has become
effective.
Special Lecture: Dr. Franz Effenber- Approval request forms for student
ger, Institut fur Organische Chemie, sponsored events are available in Room
Stuttgart, will speak on "Reactions of 1011 of the SAB.
Formamides and Derivatives of Ortho- University of Michigan Student Em-
formic Acid," Thurs., Sept. 30, at 8 ployes' Union, meeting for "Know Your
p.m. in Room 1300 of the Chemistry University" guides, Oct. 3, Room 3RS
Bldg. Union, 7:30 p.m.
Near East Studies Club, organiza-
All Students in the School of Educa- tional meeting, Sept. 30, Room 12, Lane
tion (Undergraduate): Preclassification' Hall, 8-p.m.
for the Winter Term will start on Oc- Assembly Association, All-campus
toberh4th and end on December 10th. mixer, Sept. 24, Union Ballroom, 9-
The material may be obtained in Room 12:30 a.m.
1431 University School beginning on Christian Science Organization, Lec-
October 4th. ture, Nov. 12, Aud. A, Angell Hall, 8
________p.m.
NDEA Title IV Fellowships assigned Christian Science Organization, Lec-
to the University will not be an- ture, April 1, 1966, Aud. A, Angell Hall,
nounced by the Office of Education 8 p.m.
prior to Oct. 15, 1965. UMSEU, Hyde Park, Sept. 30, Diag,
---_12 noon'to 1 p.m.

the-job-training in the fashion
fields.
U.S. Dept. of Labor, Wash.
BA's & MA's in econ.. educ.,
arts, math, psych., etc. for
in personnel, public admin.,;
econ. & social res., & progra
Various locations. Men & wome
TUES., OCT. 5-
U.S. Coast Guard, Wash., 1
gree in any field for Officer C
School. Students may apply
senior year.
Mead Johnson & oC., Evanss
-Degree in Chem., Econ., P
Biochem. & Biology. Position;
vertising, Foreign Trade, Mgm
Mkt. Res., & Personnel.
Proctor & Gamble, Cincinn
-Degree in Lib. Arts, Law, Mai
Psych.,4 Speech, etc. for pos
Mgmt. Trng., Territorial Sales
chandising.
Dept. of State, Wash., D.C
announced in Thursday's Daily
WED., OCT. 6-
Digitek oCrp., Los Angeles,
BS & MS in math. physics, &
positions in programming.
Brunsyick Corp., Chicago-(
Arts, Econ. & Psych. degrees
tions in Foreign Trade, Mkt.1
sonnel & Territorial sales (p.m.
Kroger Co., Detroit-Majors
& Gen. Lib. Arts for posi
mgmt. trng., merchandising,
port.
Dept. of State, Wash., D.C
above.
THURS., OCT. 7-
Digitek Corp., Los Angeles,
(See above).
Aetna Life Insurance Co.,
Mich.--Degrees in Gen. Lib. A
Speech, Educ., Soc. Work, e
tions in Trng. & Territorial sal
Ford Motor Co., Dearborn-1
econ., law, math, psych, ch
Positions in elec. computing
trade, insurance claims, mgm
prod., sales, etc.
FRI., OCT. 8-
Massachusetts Indemnity, D
Dec. grads in any field of s
eluding Bus. and Pre-Law for
of insurance work.
New York Univ. Law Scho
-Students interested in law
should come for interview. Al
ing Senior year. Financial aid
ENGINEERING PLACEMENT
VIEWS-Seniors & grad studen
sign schedule posted at 128
Engrg
MON., OCT. 4--
Factory Mutual, Detroit Offi
Mich., Ohio, Ind.-BS: AE
ChE, CE, EE, E Math, E N
E Physics, IE, Mat'ls., ME, Mo
& Marine, Science Engrg. U.S
ship required. Des., Ind. SE

Protection.t available. Application for these job4
Federal-Mogul Corp., Arrowhead, can ne made in the Part-Time En-
BCA, Bower, Federal Mogul, National pinoyment Uttice, 2200 SAB, during the
Seal. Corporate Divisions-BS: ChE, IE, Iollowing hours: Monday through Fri
ME & Met. U.S. icitizenship required. day. 8 am. until 12 noon and 1:30
R & D., Des., Prod., Sales Mgmt. until 5 p.m.
Maxon Premix Burner Co., Inc., Mun-
cie, Ind.-BS: ChE. lB. Mat'ls.. Sci. En- Bfipnlnyers desirmus of hir-ing stu-
'grg BS-MS: ME. U.S. citizenship i-c- dents tot part dtie or tull-timie ten,
& mktg. quired. R. & D., Des., Prod. & Sales. por",rv w -rk, should contact Robert
Michigan Consolidated Gas Co., De- Parker, part-time interviewer, at 764-
D.C. - troit-BS: ChE, CE, EE, E Math. IE, 7283.
gen. lib. ME. Met. Dev., Des.. Sales, Trng. Pro- 1
positions gram. Students desiring miscellaneous onl',
statistics, New York Central System R.R., Ma- jobs sli ould cinsult the bulletin
m admin. jor Hdqrts. N.Y., Detroit, Syracuse, board in Houmn 2200, daily.
n. Cleveland & Indianapolis-BS-MS: CE,
EE, IE, ME. MS: Construction. Dev. & There are several positions avail-
D.C.-De- Des. . able to students in Residence Halls
andidate H. O. Trerice Co., Detroit-BS: IE & for part-time food service jobs such as:
during MB. MS: Info. & Controls. Dec. grads bussing, dishwashing, counter work.
R. & D., Des., Prod.y etc. $l.25 hr.-meals optional.
ville, Ind. MON.-TUES., OCT. 4-5- There are also positions available
harmacy, Ford Motor Co., All Divs.-Any De- to those qualified to do general of-
s in Ad- gree: ChE, EE, IE, ME. Met. BS: CE, fice work, sales work, manual labor.
nt. Trng., E Math, E Physics, Sol. Engrg. BS- etc. In the scientific area there are
MS: B Math. Citizens & non-citizens- several positions open for Lab As-
ati. Ohio becoming U.S. citizen. R. & D., Des., ssaltsit isoloy ad ie-
-thEduc., Prod., Mfg. Operations. sistants with physics, biology and chem-
itions in Lybrand, Ross Bros.,& Montgomery, istry backgrounds and technical open-
& Mer- Staff positions in principal U.S. cities ings for those with engineering and or
-T -Engrg. Majors. Make appointment at math backgrounds.
C.-To be 254 Bus. Ad. Bldg.
. Hours are very flexible with most
Calif.- =rrxjf,"r tffpositions, but those with 3 and 4 hour

HATCHER VIEWS PREMIERE

Joseph Bird, as the moon-struck iceman in YOU CAN'T TAKE IT WITH YOU, gives the dejected
"pose" to artist-mother Dee Victor while Diane Linders, as Gay Wellman, sleeps off a long party.
The APA-Phoenix Company presented the Kaufman-Hart play last night in a command performance
for President and Mrs. Harlan H. Hatcher and his guests. The play will open the PTP Fall Festival
tonight.

engrg. for
Gen. Lib.
for posi-
Res., Per-
only).
in Econ.
tions in
& trans-
C. - See
Calif. -
Saginaw,
Arts, Law,
tc. Posi-
es.
Majors in.
:em., etc.
foreign
nt., trng.,
Detroit -
tudy in-
all areas
ol, N.Y.C.
program
pply dur-
available.
T INTER-
nts, please
-H West
ice covers
& Astro.,
echanics,
et., Naval
. citizen-
ales, Fire

The

JOINT COMMITEE FOR LOW RENT HOUSING
OPEN MEETING

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Employment
following part-time jobs

TIME: THURS., SEPT. 30, 7:00
PLACE: RMS. 3M-N, UNION
SUBJECTS: HOUSING GRIEVANCE SURVEY
DIRECT ACTION AGAINST HIGH RENTS
& DELINQUENT LANDLORDS

blocks free are needed in some. Pay
rates nrage from $1.25 per hour to $2.27
per hour with most positions in the
are 1 $1.0 per hour area.

Study Hits
Activism

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University Activities
Called Harmful to
Democratic Progress
Students in Latin American Uni-
versities are more interested in
political activities than they are
in scholarly pursuits. According to
Lewis Hodges, University lecturer
in vocational education, these uni-
versities are centers of turmoil
and their corrupt student bodies
prevent democratic progress.
"Student elections for positions
of prestige are held along nation-
al party lines and this leaves the
door wide open for political out-
siders to exert pressure on uni-
versity activities," said .Hodges.
Hodges/ who served as consultant
to the Minister of Education and
Culture of Brazil during 1962-63,
further explained that anything
that displeases the student body
either from within or from out-
side the university is cause for a
riot or strike.
k'Many times," he said, "these
same students are supported by
persons in high government ranks.
It is quite evident that university
officials will bend- to the wishes
of theastudents under these cir-
cumstances. Extreme leftists and
infiltrators have taken advantage
of this situation and have used it
to their advantage."
Hodges pointed out that the
student has become the symbol of
power. "He is the opponent of the
dictator, 'the instigator of social
reform, the expert on government,
and in essence controls the uni-
versity, which flounders around in
its own vacuum," said Hodges. At
the university in Brazil the stu-
dents themselves determine what
they study, whether they study in
addition to determining who will
teach them and who will run the
institution itself.
"'The student body," said Hodges,
"has lost its sense of values in
this mixed-up relationship be-
tween student and university.
There is little responsibility or
discipline and the students them-
selves are probably the greatest
hurdle to orderly reform and to
progress of the democratic process.
The student body is morally cor-
that the university student politi-
cal organizationis along with the
unions hold the balance of power
and that their only challenger is
the military.
Ut
DIAL 8-6416
3rd WEEK

Across
Campus
WEDNESDAY, SEPT. 29
Noon-Robert H. Hauert will
.discuss "The Comfortable Pew"
by Pierre Berton at the Office
of Religious Affairs Book Discus-
sion in Rm. 2 of the League.
4 p.m,-Sally Lyman Allen of
the Department of Zoology will
lead a Department of Zoology
Seminar on "Epigenetic Variations
in Enzymes of Tetrahymena" in
Rm., 231 Angell.
7 p.m.-The Michigan Technic
will have a mass meeting in Rm.
3077 E. Engin.
7 p.m.-The Washtenaw County
Red Cross Red Cross will offer the
first of two adult swim sessions
at the Willow Run High School
pool.
7:30 p.m.-Brice Carnahan of
the Departments of Chemical En-
gineering and Biostatistics will
Lecture on "Digital Computation
and the MAD Language" in the
give a Department of Engineering
Nat, Sci. Aud.
7:30 p.m.-The Michigan Chris-
tion Fellowship will present a
panel discussion on prejudice in
the Multipurpose Rm. of the
UGLI.
8 p.m.-The Professional Thea-
tre Program. presents the APA
company in "You Can't Take It
with You" at the Mendelssohn
Theater.

ORGAN IZATION
NOTICES
Use of This Column for Announce-
ments is available to officially recog-
nized and registered student organiza-
tions only. Forms are available in Room
1011 SAB.
.* * *
Cervantes Club, Meeting to discuss
"Courtship in Latin America," Part I,
Sept. 30, 7:15 p.m., Room- 3-D, Michi-
gan Union.
*' * *
Circle Honorary Society, Meeting,
Thurs., Sept. 30, 7 p.m., The Cave at
the League.
Lutheran Student Chapel, Bible
study, 9 p.m., Vespers, 10 p.m., Wed.,
Sept. 30, Hill St. at Forest Ave..
Michigan Christian Fellowship, Panel
presentation on racial prejudice, Sept.
29, 7:30 p.m., Multipurpose Rm., UGLI.
Near Eastern Studies Club, Organi-
zational meeting. Sept. 30, 8 p.m.,
Room 12, Lane Hall.
University Lutheran Chapel, Wednes-
day evening devotions, 10-10:30 p.m.
Casual dress. All welcome. Prof. Block's
message will be "The Living Faith."
University Lutheran Chapel, 1511 Wash-
tenaw.

THE

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nUMber '65 .... nUMber '65. .. nUMber '65

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and Mrs. Harlan Hatcher on Wed., Sept.
29, from 4-6 p.m. All students are cor - m
dially invited.
PLACEMENT INTERVIEWS: Bureau
Engineering Placement Meeting: "Suc- of Appointments-Seniors & grad stu-
cess on the Job." Common difficul- dents, please call 764-7460 for appoint-
ties of transition from school to work ments with the following:
and how to avoid them. Prof. J. G. MON., OCT. 4-
Young, Sept. 29, 4 p.m., 311 West Engi- Mademoiselle, N.Y.C. - Women for
neering Bldg. Campus Marketing Repres. Conduct
student sampling of mfr's products,
Botany Seminar: Dr. Charles B. Beck distribute questionnaires, & tprdther
will speak on "Studies on the Origin opinions. Not a sales job-a marketing
on Gymnosperms," Wed., Sept. 29, 4:15 & research service sponsored by Made-
p.m., 1139 Nat. Science Bldg. moiselle Magazine. Opportunity for on-

BROTHERS

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AIRPORT
LIMOUSINES
for information calf

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ATTENTION QUADDIES
Interested in participating in a
residence hail chess tournament?

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Tickets are available
at Travel Bureaus or
the Michigan Union

Attend Inter-Quadrangle
Council's House Academic
Chairman's Meeting

RENT A TRUCK
663-2019
E(ON-*O-(AR

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PHONE 483-4680
EnA4" 0tCARPENTER ROAD
NOW SHOWING
WILLIAM CASTLE'S

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Thurs., Sept. 30, 1965
9:00 P.M.
3511 SAB

HOMECOMING
BLOCK TICKET POLICY:
0 At 10:00 A.M. Saturday, October 2, an announce-
ment will be made on WAAM radio (1600) as to
WHERE housing units can sign up immediately for pref-
erence in purchasing tickets. Each representative will
at this time be required to give his,-name, I.D. number,
housing unit, number and price of tickets desired, and
the choice of early or late performance. On Monday,
October 4, at 8:00 at the Hill Auditorium Box Office,
tickets will go on sole according to the preference list.
Representatives must be on time and have a check or
money order in the proper amount.
0 Each housing unit can only purchase twice the num-
ber of tickets specified by SGC. In addition to this
restriction, each representative of the housing unit in
line is limited to a purchase of 100 tickets.
SATURDAY NIGHT DUAL CONCERT PROGRAMS
7 an 9:30 P.M.
OCTOBER 16, 1965
HILL AUDITORIUM V
$2.75-$2.50-$2.25
The Righteous Bros. HOMECOMING Peter Nero

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Bridge & Dance Lessons
INFORMATION:

CALL 662-4431, EXT. 1030
1-5 P.M.

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5. Specialized in non-
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cancellable disability
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INTERVIEW OCT.-8
PPOINTMENTS, SAB
SETTS INDEMNITY

ANNs
MARGRET t
MICHAEL
PARKSr-
Shown at 8:50 Only
2 CARTOONS AT 7:00
BOX OFFICE OPENS 6:30

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JOHN IRELAND " LEIF ERICKSON
Shown at 7:10 & 10:30

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TODAY IS
LADIES' DAY

G.MIHIAN

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THURSDAY

"One of finest films of
the Year"-Mich. Daily
01 8M WE. DIN B *
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OPENS TONIGHT

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TIHE UNIVERSITY MUSICAL SOCIETY
presents the third-annual
CHAMBER DANCE FESTIVAL
IN RACKHAM AUDITORIUM
ALBA/REYES SPANISH DANCE COMPANY.... Fri., October 22, 8:30
Maria Alba anld Ramon de los Reyes, anl a company of
dancers, siligers and musicias-in a prograin of Flamuenco,

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Shows at 1, 3, 5, 7 and 9:10 P.M.
FRIDAY
Frank Sinatra-Deborah Kerr--Dean Martin in
"MARRIAGE ON THE ROCKS"

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The classic American comedy!
1YOU CAN'T
- TAKE IT
- WITH YOU

dances of Galicia, ther
Andalusia.

Aragon mountain people and

Dial 662-6264
SHOWS AT 1:00-3:00-
5:00-7:00 & 9:05

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by
GEORGE S. KAUFMANand MOSS HART

PAUL TAYLOR DANCE COMPANY ... ..... .. Sat, October 23, 8:30
Paul Taylor, assisted by seven artists, will present orig-
inal and interesting concepts in the art of modern dance,
"THE LITTLE ANGELS" . . . . .. . . Sun., October 24, 2:30
Korean girl dancers (ages 7 through 13), in exotic cos-
tunes, authentic folk choreography, native inst ru mental
accompaniinent, with English narration.

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Directed by Ellis Rabb

ept. 29, 30,
ct. 1,2, 3,
?10.20.l21.

Set Designer:
James Tilton

Costume Designer:
Nancy Potts

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