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PAGE SIX

THE MICHIGAN DAILY

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TUESDAY, OCTOBER 5, 1965

UAC-LITERARY COLLEGE
STEERING COMMITTEE
present:
STUDENT COUNSELING
SEMI NARS
Tues., Oct. 5, 2-5
ROOMS 3-C, 3-D, 3-G
MICHIGAN UNION
For Freshmen and Sophomores
seeking advice on concentration
FREE COFFEE AND DOUGHNUTS

Central Camnpus To Be Devoted
Almost Entirely To Use of LSA

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space could involve an addition
to a present building, remodeling
a present building or building an
entirely new structure.
An intensive study is then made
by the department on what type
of facilities they need. These study
recommendations within t h e
schools and colleges and other
units of the University are trans-
mitted through the Office of Aca-
demic Affairs and Business Office
to the Plant Extension Commit-
tee for consideration. The com-
mittee which is made up of the
president, executive vice-president,
vice-president for academic af-
fairs, vice-president for business
and finance director of University
relations and the secretary assem-
ble and consider all plans for

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plant extension and make recom-
mendations to the Regents.
Legislation
If the decision is made to build,
the request is finalized and put
on a capital outlay budget request.
The Regents must approve this
request, and they in turn will pre-
sent it/to the state Legislature.
It is in the Legislature that the
University's plans have tradition-
ally foundered. The legislators
must first agree to the construc-
tion of a certain building though
this does not mean they will ap-
propriate funds in that same year.
As a last step, the Legislature
must commit itself to financing.
the buildings and start to appro-
priate yearly construction funds.
Even if money is obtained, the
University's problems are not yet
over. Ann Arbor, suffers from a
great lack of workers due to
apartment and factory building i
in this area. This shortage has
caused a slow down in the con-
struction of present buildings and
in the planning of future projects,
Brinkerhoff said.
Although the literary college in
particular is gaining almost double
its present footage, planning for
I space must also be made in terms
of the needs of all the schools, '
research, north campus and1
others. For ,example A&D school
needs a great deal more space'f
which its present location does not
have. By moving this unit to
north campus, it will get more,
space now and be insured of ade-
HAIRSTYLING
to Please
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-COLLEGIATE
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The Daily Official Bulletin is an
official publication of the Univer-
quate room in which to grow. sity of Michigan, for which The
To a greater degree, develop- Michigan Daily assumes no editor-
Toa tal responsibility. Notices should be
ment of new buildings on the cen- sent in TYPEWRITTEN form to
tral campus hinges on the mod- Room 3564 Administration Bldg. be-
ernization of the heating plant fore 2 p.m. of the day preceding
publication, and by 2 p.m. Friday
since this is the'unit that heats for Saturday and Sunday. General
all the campus buildings. With Notices may be published a maxi-
the conversion of its coal boilers mum of two times on request; Day
Calendar items appear once only.
to gas, the present structure will Studentorganization notices are not
be able to heat any new buildings accepted for publication.

You are cordially invited to
attend the
SERIES OF MEETINGS
of the

CHURCH OF CHRIST
which meets at 530 W. Stadium

Pound Look." The Student Laboratory pref. Immed. opening. Determine pat-
Theatre wishes to announce its first entable activities and potential in-
presentation of the 1965-66 school year: fringements, prepare patent applica-
James M. Barrie's one-act play. "The tions, etc.
Twelve Pound Look." Speed Queen, Ripon, Wis.-Continu-
Students, staff and faculty are in- ing need for grads in any field for
vited to attend the invitational dress sales representatives. 6-9 mos. trng.
performance on Wed., Oct. 6. as well course. Become district sales manager
as the free public performance, Thurs., after 2 yrs. with company.
Oct. 7. * .*"
The time is 4:10 p.m.; the place, For further information, please call
Arena Theatre, Frieze Bldg. 764-7460, General Div., Bureau of Ap-
There will also be a critique of the pointments, 3200 SAB.
production Thursday afternoon after __tns____
the performance: all are welcome to TEACHER PLACEMENT:

put up in the comning years. I attend and participate.
TUESDAY, OCTOBER 5atThe following schools have vacancies
for the present semester:
('C InGrosse Pointe, Mich.-Substitutes for
Da a end a lam*Boys Phys. Ed. & Ind. Arts.
ORGANIZATIONCr PLACEMENT INTERVIEWS: Bureau Charlevoix, Mich.--Jr. High English/
Student Council Conference-Regis of Appointments-Seniors & grad stu- Math. Sr. High Bus. Ed.
tratun ackham Lobby,8:3rCone eg ents,please call 764-7460 for appoint-' Maple City, Mich. (Glen Lake Comm.
NOTICES ments with the following: Schs.)-Sr. High Spanish/English,
UmNote: Dept. of State, Wash., D.C.- Oxford, N.C. (Granville County Schs.)
Uiversity MngeetSeminarf
- Irene Place, Graduate School of Bus- I addition to the group -interviews on -Guidance Counselor.
Ine Adinitraion "Mnagng heWed, Oct. 6, there will be a group River Rouge, Mich. - Elem.. Art,
Use of This Column for Announce- separtdministration, "Managing theg interview TODAY at 3 p.m. at the Bu- Speech Correctionists, Later Elem,
ments is available to officially recog- Hearing Research Institute, 1:30 p.m. f of Appoionm nts. Call 764-7460 Spec,.Ed.-Mentally Retarded, Type
nized and registered student organiza- THRS.,pOT.-8.
tions only. Forms are available in Room History of Art Department Lecture AIn urance Co., Saginaw, ArShelbyvlle, ll.-8th Grade Language
1011 SAB. -Ahmed A. Fikry, professor of Islam- chDegrees in Gen. Lib, Arts, Law,* *
*Gsid BArt, Universities of Alexandria and Speech, Educ., Soc. Work, etc. Posi- For additional information contact
Baha'i Student Group, Fireside: Mu- Baghdad, "Some Aspects of Islamic tions in mgmt. trng, and territorial the Bureau of Appointments, Educa-
hammad-Messenger of God. Speaker: Painting": Aud. B, Angell Hall, 4:10 sales. Locationsin N.E. lower Michigan. tion Div., 3200 SAB, 764-7462.
J. Livengood, Dept. of Near Eastern ' i Ford Motor Co., Dearborn-Majors in
Studies, Oct. 8, 8 p.m., Room 3545 SAB. S l of s Composers Forum - econ., law, math, psych., chem., etc. ENGINEERING PLACEMENT INTER-
.; colo ui opsr ou Reia.al colo ui,83 Positions in elec. computing, foreign VIEWS-Seniors & grad students, please
Physical Therapy Club, Monthly Recital Hall, School of MusIc, 8:30 p.m trade, insurance claims, mgmt, trng., sign schedule posted at 128-H West
meeting. Everyone welcome even if prod. sales, etc. Engrg
Physical Therapy is not your major. ( en ea *Nones FRI.,.OCT. 8- FRI., OCT.8-
Program will consist of movie follow- Massachusetts Indemnity, Detroit - American-Standard Industrial Div.,
ed by discussion, Oct. 6, 7:30 p.m., Flu Shots: There will be a "flu shot" Dec. grads in any field of study in- Sales-All Principal Cities, Engrg.-
CoferUnceHosptfPhysicalclinic at the Health Service Tues., Oct. elding Bus, and Pre-Law for all areas Detroit, Mfg.-Columbus, Kewanee, De-
Dept. of U Hospital. 5 from 8-11:30 a.m. and 1-4:30 p.m. The of insurance work. troit, Buffalo-BS: ChE, EE, EM, E
* *% charge is $1 for students and spouse New York Univ. Law School, N.Y.C. Physics, ME, Met. Dec. grads. R. &
UAC/Lit School Steering Committee, and $1.50 for faculty, staff and -Students interested in law program D.. Des., Prod. & Sales.
Student counseling seminars, Oct. 5, spouses, should come for interview. Apply dur- Avco Res. & Advanced Dev. Div.,
2-5 p.m., Rooms 30, 3D, 3G, Michigan _____ ing senior year. Financial aid available. Wilmington & Lowell, Mass. - MS-
Union. Open House for Women Students: PhD: AE & Astro., Applied Mech.,
* * * Starting Tues., Oct. 5-Bahbour Gym- POSITION OPENINGS: ChE, Commun. Sci., EE, E Math, EM,
Unitarian Student Group, Picnic Oct. nasium, 7-9 p.m. Starting Thurs., Oct. Westinghouse Bettis Atomic Power Engrg. Physics, Infor, & Controls, Ma-
10, 3 p.m., Huron Dexter Park. RSVP 7-Women's Athletic Bldg., 7-9 p.m. Lab,, West Miffin, Pa.-Attn.: PhD can- . terials, ME, Met. R. & D., Des.
Bob at 665-5704 and 662-5120. Rides at didates. Various openings including Cooper Tire & Rubber Co., Findlay,
the Union and Markley. Joint Analytical-Inorganic & Physical chem., mech., & nuclear engineers; Ohio-Any Degree: ChE. BS-MS: IE &
* * * Chem. Seminar: Dr. Walter Edgell, mathematicians & physicists. Nuclear ME. B.B.A. Dec. grads. R. & D., Des.,
Michigan Christian Fellowship, Spe- Purdue University, will speak on "IR exper. not required. Prod.
cial lecture discussion, topic: "Is Faith Spectra and Chemistry of Metal Carb- Pillsbury Co., Wyoming, Mich. - Deere & Co., Mostly midwest-Any
a Psychological Concern?" Spaker: onyls," on Tues., Oct. 5, at 5 p.m. in Sales Merchandising. Immed. open- Degree: ME. BS-MS: IE, Met. BS: E
Francis Schaeffer of L'Abri Founda- Room 1200 of the Chemistry Bldg. ing for sales career in grocery prod- Math, EM, Mat'ls., Math. U.S. citi-
tion, Switzerland, Oct. 6, 3:50 p.m., ' ucts calling on wholesalers & retail zens & non-citizens if fluent in
Multipurpose Roon, UGLI. SLT Production No, 1: "The Twelve stores. Degree pref., some exper. desir- French, German and/or Spanish. R.
able. & D., Des., Prod.
Local Research Organization - Re- Liquid Carbonic-Div.. of General Dy-
search Ass't. Woman, degree in med. namics-BS: ChE & ME. A. & D., Des.,
tech., zool., microbiol., etc. to work Prod., Sales.
with animals in cancer research. Ex- Owens-Corning Fiberglas Corp., Gen-
per. handling animals required. eral Offices, Toledo, O.; Plants, Res. &
Pittsburgh Plate Glass Co., Pitts., Sales-throughout U.S.-BS: ChE, CE,
Pa.-Patent Attorney. BS Chem. or EE, E Math, EM, E Physics, IE, Ma-
Chem. Engrg. pius LLB. 0-5 yrs. exper. I terials, ME, Sd. E. BS-MS: Metal.
- a a a a ar ea a s--- R. & D., Des., Prod., Sales.
1 Owens-Corning Fiberglas Corp., Gran-
ville, Ohio Tech. Center-Any Degree:
ChE, IE, ME, Metal., EM, Mat'is. Prof.:
Applied Mech. MS-PhD: Info. & Con-
trols, Physics, Org. & Inorg. Chem.
BS: Sci. Engrg., E Physics. R. & D.
Booksore Pe in PittsburgI Des Moines Steel Co.
Booksore Petitionsburgh, Pa.-BS-MS: CE, EM, ME.
R. & D., Des., Prod. & Sales.
E Pittsburgh Plate Glass Co., Chemical
(10,000 signatures Div.,Barberton, Ohio-BS-MS: ChE, IE.
."--"" :BS: CE, EE, ME, Set. Engrg. BA: Acctg.
are OUr goal) IId. Relations, Chem. majors for ,-Chem.
Sales Trng. Program. MS: Construe-
tion. Dev., Des., Prod., Sales, Tech.
Computer Programmed Process, Sm.
-SGC Committee on Construction Supv., Maint., Equip.
the University Bookstore Troubleshooting, Equip. Selection, etc.,
P rInd.Engr.,Instru./Automatic Con.,
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