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PAGE EIGHT TIlE MiCHIGAN DAiLY FRIDAY. OCTOBER 22. i~s~

DAILY OFFIC
(Continued from Page 2) events are approved for the coming
weekend. Social chairmen are ~reminded
Astronomical Colloquium: Fri., Oct. that requests for approval for socdas
22, 4 p.m., Room 807, Physics-Astronomy events are due in the Office of Student
Bldg. Susan McKenna, Dept. of Astron- Organizations not later than 12 o'clock
omy and Dunsink Observatory, will noon on Tuesday prior to the event.
speak on "Irish Astronomy from the
18th Century to the Present Day." FRI., OCT. 22-
Alice Lloyd, All Fraternity Mixer;
Doctoral Examination for William Eu- Alpha Delta Phi, TG; Alpha Tau Ome-
gene Steslicke, Political Science; thes- ga, TG; Cooley, EQ, Open-Open; Delta
is: "The Politics of Medical Care: A Tau Delta, Band Party; Evans Scholars,
Study of the Japan Medical Associa- ,House Party; Evans Scholars, TG; Hunt,
tion," F'ri., Oct. 22, 4609 Haven Hall, at |SQ, Open-Open; Lambda Chi Alpha,
4:15 p.m. Chairman, R. E. Ward. ' TG.
SPhi Kappa Tau, Party; Phi Gamma
Students, College of Engineering: The |Delta, New York City Party; Phi Kappa
final day for REMOVAL OF INCOM- | Psi. Party; Sigma Phi, TG; Sigma Phi
PLETES will be Fri., Oct. 22. Petitions Epsilon, TG; Strauss, EQ. Scavenger
for extension of time must be on file :Hunt; Theta Xi, Closed Mixer; West
in the Records Office on or before Quadrangle, All Quadrangle Dance
Fri., Oct. 22. All incompletes not tak- (West Quad only); Zeta Beta Tau, TG;
en care of will be converted to "E." Zeta Beta Tau, Party.
Psyholgy ollquim: ri. Oc 2~ SAT,, OCT. 23-
DrPsLukas Telouber: wi spet. 22, Alpha Delta Phi, Party; Alpha Epsi-
"Spac Perception ter Bin Injuryo ion P1. Party; Anderson. EQ, Open-
inan," aeetio :5pmAud Bi ngery Open; Beta Theta Pi, Band Party; Cool-
Hn all. at41 ~. u.B ne ey, EQ. Open-Open; Couzens, Hayride;
________Delta Tau Delta, Band Party; Delta
Student Government Council Approval IUpsilon, Record Party; Evans Scholars,
of the following student-sponsored House Party; Frderik mS, Scavener
events becomes effective 24 hours after HutOe-le:Gmeg Q pn
the publication of this notice. All Open; Michigan, WQ, Open-Open. .
publicity for these events must be Phi Gamnma Delta, Pajama Party; Phi
withheld until the approval has become Kappa Psi, Party; Phi Kappa Tau, Par-
fApproval request forms for student m Apha Mu, Jointartay wih Apha
sponsored events are available in Room Tau Omega (Open); Sigma Phi, Party;
1011 of the SAB. *Tau Kappa Epsilon, House Party; The-
Young Socialist Alliance, "The South ta Chi, Party; Theta Delta Chi. Party;
African Revolution," Nov. 11, Room Theta Xi, Double Party with Chi Phi:
3KLM Michigan Union, 8 p.m. Triangle, Band Party; Zeta Beta Tau,.
Young Socialist Alliance, "The Anti- Open-Open; Van Tyne, Markley, Ba-
War Movement," Oct. 28, Room 3D nana Blast; Scott, arkley, Hayride;
Near East Students Organization. SUN., OCT. 24-
"Crusade Castles in the Near East," Henderson, Open House.

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Hrey Ill. (Thornton Twp. H.S.)--1 Co.-BS: ChE, CE, EE, E Physics, ME
H..Speech (Debate Forensics). |Met. Any Degree: Physics. R. & D., Des.
IMidland Park, N.J. - Soc. Stud, or |Prod., Sales Promotion-(Civil Engrs.)
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nomic, Hist., Govt. bkgd. Hdqrts., Wash., D.C.-BS-MS: EE, ME,
* * * Naval & Marine. Dev., Des.
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ihe Bureau of Appointments, Educ. American Cyanamid Co., All Loca-
Div., 3200 SAB, 764-7462. tions-Any Degree: ChE. Citizens &
non-citizens becoming U.S. citizen, H.
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ics. R. & D., Des. & Sales. Make ap- Res. & Dev. only can consider non-
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