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The Week, To Come: A Campus Calendar DAILY OFFICIAL

2 p~m.-Dwight MacDonald of
the New Yorker will speak on.
"Mass Society and Mass Culture,"
in the Union Ballroom.
7:30 p.m-A panel discussion
on "The Contemporary Cinema"~
'will take place in the Multi-
purpose Room of the Undergradu-
ate Library.
8 p.m.--Challenge will hold a
panel discussion on "The Ameri-
can Film" with Dwight Mac-
Donald in the Multipurpose Room
of the Undergraduate Library.
4:115 p.m.-- Attorney Willilam
Stringfellow will talk on "The'
Challenge of Harlem to the Re-
newal of the Church" in the Mul-
tipurpose Room of the Undergrad-
uate Library.
4:15 p,m.--C. Eric Lincoln of
Portland State College, Ore., will
speak on "Black Nationalism,
Llack Chauvinism, and Negri-
tude" in the, Multipurpose Room
of the Undergraduate Library.
4:15 p.m.-Leslie W. Dunbar of
the Field Foundation will lecture
on "Public Policy and the Art of
Peace-Making" in, the Rackham
f Amphitheatre.
7:301 p.m.-.-Jack W. White of
the Continental Illinois Bank and
Trust Co. will lecture 'on "The
Financial Institution and the
Community" in 131 Business Ad-
8:30 3p.m.--The Poznan Choir
will give a concert in Hill Audi-
Noon-C. Eric Lincoln will dis-
cuss his book "The Black Mus-
lims" -at the. Michigan League.
3:301 :m--R L. Logan of the
Lighting Research, Holophane Co.
will lecture' on "Lighting and the
Controlled Environment" in the

Architecture Auditorium.'
7:30, p.m.-C. Eric Lincoln will
give a lecture on "The Recon-
struction of the Negro Family:
A New Tack for the Civil Rights
Movement" in the Multipurpose
Room of the Undergraduate Li-
8 p.m.-The Professional Thea-
tre Program will present the APA
in "Herakles" at Lydia Mendels-
sohn Theatre.
8:30 p.m.-The School of Music
will give a concert at Recital Hall,
School of Music.
10 a.m.--Mental Health News
Day, a conference on the problems
and potentials in new "grass
roots" demand for outpatient psy-
chiatric treatment, will be held in
the Michigan Union.
2:15 p.m.--William Bunny of
the Natio'nal Institute for Mental
Health will speak on "Current
Behavioral and Biological Studies
on Patients with Affective Disor-
ders" in 1057 MHRI.
4:10 p.m.--Sherman E. Lees, di-
rector of the Cleveland Museum
of Art, will give a lecture on "In-
dian Bronzes" in Auditorium B of
Angell Hall.
7 and 9 p.m.-Cinema Guild will
present "Topper" at the Architec-
ture Auditorium.
8 p.i.-The Professional Thea-
tre Program will present the APA
in "Herakles" at Lydia Mendels-
sohn Theatre.
8:30 p.m.-The University Arts
Chorale will give a concert at
Hill Auditorium.
9:30 a~n.-The Michigan Edu-
cation Association Convention pre-
sents "Improvement of Education"
at Hill Auditorium.
7 and 9 p.m.--Cinema Guild will
present "Topper" at Architecture

8 P~m.-The Professional Thea-
tre Program will present the APA


in 'Hera...es" at1Lydi-Mende- TeDaily Official Bulletin is anI
in Hrakls a Lyda Mndel- oficial publication of the Univer-
Sohn Theatre.; sity of Michigan, for which The
SATURAY, NV. 6Michigan Daily assumes no editor-
SATURAY, NV. ~ ial responsibility. Notices should be
2:30 and 8 p.m.-The Profes- sent in TYPEWRITTEN form to
sional Theatre Program will pre- Room 3519 Administration Bldg. be-
sent the APA in "Herakles" at Ly- fore 2 p.m. of the day preceding
dia Mendelsohn Theatre. publication, and by 2 p.m. Friday
Ifor Saturday and Sunday. General
7 and 9 p.m.-Cinema Guild will Notices may be published a maxi-
present "Topper" at Architecture mum of two times on request; Day
Auitrim.Calendar items appear once. only.E
Audioriu. 1Student organization notices are not
7 and 9 p.m.--Cinemna Guild will accepted for publication.
present Experimental Film Pro-
gram Number One in Architecture,! SUNDAY, OCTOBER 31
SUlortmNDAY, NOV. 7 Dacy Calendar
2 p.m.--Students of the Wind1 Professional Theatre Program Per-I
Instrument Department of the formance-APA Company in Archibald
School of Music will give a recitalt MacLeish's "Herakles" Lydia Mendels-
at Recital Hall, School of Music. sohn Theatre, 2:30 and 8 p.m.
2:30 and 8 p.m:-The Profes- Musical society concert - Rafael Pu-
sional Theatre Program will pre- I ana, harpsichordist: Rackham. Aud.,
sent the APA in "Herakles" at Ly- 8:30 p.m.?
dia Mendelssohn Theatre.
4 p.m.-Walter Kaufman, De- Events Monday
partment of Philosophy, Princeton' Lecture: The Dept. 'of Romance Lan-
University, will lecture on "Some guages presents a lecture and reading'
Doubts about Justice" in Auditor- of poetry by the distinguished French,
ium C of Angell Hall. poet, Francis Ponge, on Mon., Nov. 1,
4 " 5 pm.-Jrom Jeinek cel- t 4:10 p.m., in the Rackham Amphi-
4:15p~m.Jerme Jlink, cll-theatre. His subject will be "Du Parti
ist, "Rhea Kish, pianist, will give Pris des Choses a l'Objeu."
aur falyrcia. i ach4 e- Office of Religious Affairs Lecture-
tur Hal.William Stringfellow, attorney, "The
7 and 9 p.m.-Cinema Guild will Challenge of Harlem to the Renewal of
present Experimental Film Pro- the Church": Multipurpose Room, Un-
gram Number One in Architecture dergraduate Library, 4:15 p.m.
Auditorium. iSix PEvenings with the Professonrs Lee-

Museum of Art-English Mezzo-
tints from the Toledo Museum of
Art. Paintings, sculptures, and
drawings from the collection of
Caroline and Erwin Swann..
Opening Wednesday, Nov., 3.
Chinese and Japanese paintings
and sculpture from the museum
collection. Italian, Dutch and Eng-
lish prints and drawings. Prints
of Goya, medieval art, Indian,
Islamic. and medieval art.
Undergraduate Library - The
Artist as Illustrator.
School of Music-The Stearns
collection of musical instruments,
in Hill Auditorium (open 3 to 4
p.m. each. Tuesday and Friday;
guided, tours may be arranged).
Kelsey Museum - Collections
from Egypt, Greece, and Rome;
Islamic art and Coptic textiles.

tore-Everet S. Benke, professor of
botany and plant pathology. Michigan
State University, "Cancer Inhibitors in
the Fungi": Rackham Amphitheatre,
7:30 p.m.
School of Music Recital -- Doctoral
Students of Wind Instruments: Reci-
tal Hall, School of Music, 8:30 p.m.
School of Music Doctoral Recital -
Harry Tibbs, organist: Hill Aud., 8:30
Genieral Notices
Engineering Mechanics Seminar: Dr.
Frank E. Perkins will speak on "An
Implicit Finite Difference- Approach
to. Transient Flow Problems," Room. 325
IWest Engineering Bldg., 4 p.m.
Coffee' will be served at 3:30 p.m.
cn oin 214 West Engineering.
of Appointments--Seniors & grad stu-
dents, please call 764-7460 for appoint-
ments" with the following:

MON., NOV. 1- Appointments may be made now.
City of Detroit, Mich.-Men & won- The following schools have vacancies
en. Degrees in Econ., Gen. Lib. Arts,. for this semester:
Jlourn., Math, Nat. Res. Pharm., Phys- Chicago, III.-All areas of Special Ed.
ice, Public Health. Soc. Work, etc. Also especially Mentally Handicapped and
BA & MA in Arch, & Chem. & Bus. Deaf Children.
Admin, Positions in Art & Des., Bo. Des Moines, Iowa-Jr. High Counse-
Elec. computing, Mgmt. Trng., Person- lore.
nel, Public Admin., Statistics Trans- Jackson Mich, (East Jackson P.S.)
port, Writing, etc. --Wood Shop. Metal Shop (electronics{
TUES., NOV. 2-1 & printing), Type A (Spec Ed.-Men-
Socony Mobil Oil Co. Niles, Ill. - tally Handicapped)._
BS & MS's in Econ, & Chem. MS in: Reese, Mich.-H.S. English.
Geoff, Positions in prod. & territorialI Saginaw. Mich. (Saginaw Intermedi-
sales lead to mgmt. Various locations, ate Bd. of Ed) - Visiting Teachers,
Tenn. Valley Authority, Knoxville, !Speech Corr., Homebound & Hospital-
Tenn.-Men & women for positions in ized, Teacher-Counselor for the Phs-,
Art & design, Chem. Lab. Res., Forestry ically Handicapped, Type A. Type B,{
Dev., & Health & safety. BA Arch., Type C Mentally Handicapped.
MA in Forestry & Public Health, PhD's Se bewaing, Mich.-Spanish /English. 1
in Wildlife Mgmt. All degree levels in Wayne, Pa. (Radnor P.S.)-Grade 1,4-
Inorg. & Physical Chem.; Elem. Guidance Counselor.
Humble Oil Co., Houston, Te.-De-
grees in Econ. & Gen, Lib Arts forl For additional information and ap-
sales. mkt, res., and retailing. Oppor- pointments contact the Bureau of Ap-
tunitiess to advance to staff work & pontments, Educ. Div., 3200 SAB 764-
mgmt. Throughout U.S. -._ _ ~-------_-.
Young Men's Christian Assoc., Lans-
ing, Mich.-Men & women. Dec. grads. Ph08-6 80
Major in any field of study, Pos-
tions as Program Directors with Young1
People & Adults, Health, 'Phys, Educ.,
& Recreation Program Dr., and 'Exec. : .
Dir. (p.m. only).
WED, NOV. 3-
Aluminum Co. of America, Pittsburgh, I, ~O~ APENTER ROA
Pa.-Majors in Arch., Econ., Gen. Lib.( FREE CAR HEATERS
Arts, Geog., Geol., Nat. Res.. Speech &FISNO
Chem., etc. Mgmt. trng. program. MustFIRTNO
be in upper !2 of class & draft exempt, RUN SHOWING
General Foods Corp, White Plains,
N.Y.-Men & women. Sound academic1 'an incredible orgy o1
record plus aptitude for getting things -N
accomplished through people. Educ. sih s and soudus
bkgd, not as vital as personality, ambi-
tion, leadership, etc. for sales mgmt. .t
with Post Div, Located throughout U.S.f
Allstate Insurance Co., Southfield,
Mich-BA's in Educ., Gen. Lib. Arts,r<>
Psych.. Soc. Work, etc. for positions in m fie&Cam nuacMn
agement Trng~. Personnel & Territor-
ial Sales. Throughout Mich.
American Hospital Supply Corp., Evan-
son, 111.-Dec. grads. BA's & MA's in nnn
Econ. & Gen. Lib. Arts. Also BS's in Nrae yEIU
Gen. Chem. Mgmt. Trng & inside &SADR
territorial sales. Throughout U.S. TECHNICOLOR ROMA
National Labor Relations Board,
Wash., D.C.-BA's & MA's in Econ.,
Law, Poll. Set. & Soc. Work for mgmt. ALSO
tring., personnel, public admin., in-
dust. & labor rel. (p.m. only). af g
P y h , e c fo tert ra sae . D-totl c to (a m ony.TEACHER PLACEMENT: "T o m b o f th e C ut"
The following Michigan schools willr
interview candidates at the Bureau of I
TUES., NOV. 2- --__-_ --__
Fenton (Lake Fenton Comm. Schs.)-
Elem., J.H.: Math, Eng.
Stanton (Central Montcalm Sch, Dis-
triet)-5th Girade, 6th Grade.
BR. O .s -.Fh Lake-Id. Arts or Ind. Arts/!F h e U rt ve
PE (start 2nd semester), Type A.
Manistee-Emot. Dist., Type B, Visit-
ing Teacher, Type A, Speech Therapy,0
Speech Corr.
MON., NOV. 8-
Battle Creek-J.H.: Soc. Stud., Eng.
Soc. Stud.. Ind, Arts, Eng. Math, Spec.
Ed., Deaf, Speech Corr., Mentally Re-
tarded, Occupational Therapy.
TUES., NOV. 9-
Detroit-All Fields.
Swartz Creek-Elem. 1, 3 & 5, J.H.
WED., NOV. 10-
Allen Park-4th Grade; J.H.: Math,
Gen. Science, Eng., Math/SL; 1H..:
Bus. Ed., Hist./Soc. Studies.
Hazel Park-Elem., Visiting Teacher,
Speech Corr., Elem. Lb., J.H. Ind. Arts,
J.H. Adj. Problems, Se. Mentally Han-
Walled Lake-Elem. 6th Grade, Se.
Math, Ind. Arts.
FRI., NOV. '12-
Armada--Elem. 1, 4 and 5. J S
Ferndale-Elem. Grades 'K, 1, & 3, J S
Blot., Speech Corr., Bus. Law. IR~

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USE OF' THIS COLUMN FOR AN- La Sociedad Hispanica, Tertulla, lunes,
NOUNCEMENTS is available to officially 3-5 p.m., 3050 Frieze Bldg. Vengan To-
recognized and registered student orga- dosl
nizations only. Forms are available in I 1
Room 1011 SAB.j Lutheran Student Chapel, Worship
~ * services, Sun., Oct. 31, 9:30 and 11
Gamm DetaSun, Oc. 3, aspeiala.m.; 7:15 p.m., speaker: Dr. William
GamomainDtogamOt.G1,adpeIalsStringfellow, prominent. New York at-
ORefrm atindaySrgram:"GodppI t6ornyand lay theologian, "The Church
OurRefge nd tregth" Sppe at6Giving Ouzt Its Obedience," Lutheran
p.m.; program at 6:45 p.m. All welcome. Student Chapel, Hill St. at Forest Ave.
1511 Washtenaw.
a<4 University Lutheran Chapel, Sun., Oct.
Guild House, Monday noon luncheon 31, Reformation Day services at 9:45
discussion, Nov. 1, 12-1 p.m., Tuesday and 11:15 a.m., both with communion.
evening seminar, "The Secular City." Speaker: Rev. Alfred Scheips, "Refurb-
Nov. 2, 7-8;30 p.m., Guild House, 802 ishing the Reformation," 1511 Washte-
Monroe. naw.



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