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Bids, Reflecting Inflation,

program schedule
Tune in the Philharmonic each Sunday at 2:00 p.m.,
(WUOM-FM, 91.7 on your dial), brought to you through
special arrangements between the University of Mich-
igan, Ann Arbor Federal and the Liberty Music Shop.
The current program schedule is:
Sunday, November 21
SZELL, Conducting; Rostropovich, Cellist
Dvorak: Symphony No. 2; Dvorak: Cello Concerto
Sunday, November 28
BERNSTEIN, Conducting
Ives: Symphony No. 3; Mahler: Symphony No. 9

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Under this proposal, the final
two years would be broadened by
introducing instruction in basic
sciences that is currently relegat-
ed to the first two years.
* And of course underlying the
urgency is the well-publicized
"baby boom" which is far out-
stripping its press notices. That
boom is now sweeping into the
graduate schools all over the coun-
In Michigan, it will exacerbate
the already deficient state facili-
ties in dentistry and medicine gen-
erally. More than 700 students will
apply for admission to the 97
freshman places available in the
dental school next fall.
At present, the school's under-
graduate enrollment of 350 stu-
dents plus 78 dental hygienists

New Dental Bu ilding
hopelessly crowds the existing red- asked the state Legislature to
brick and limestone structure on raise the ceiling on the project
North University Ave., Doerr said. to the $14 million level. Con-
Completed in 1908 (at a cost of gress had already committed the
$115,000) the building was intend- federal government to assisting
ed for an enrollment of about half health education financially, and
the present level. planners here were confident of
Planning Early a large federal grant.
As early as 1953, dental officials They got it in late September
and University architects began an unprecedented $5.6 million
planning a massive remodeling from various public health agen-
program which would wrap a new cies to spur enrollment expansion
facility around the existing struc- and research activity. In th
ture. Its cost: about $6 million, spring, the Legislature chipped in
A decade later, with new arch- another $1 million installment on
itects and new nerspectives. offi- its pledge of $8 million.

cials scrapped the plans and plan-
ned an entirely new building
which would push undergraduate
enrollment to 600 and expand the
two-year dental hygiene program
to 160 places. The estimated cost
at that time: $10 million.
Early last fall, the University

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Seemed OK
With the funding apparently
worked out, the final specifica-
tions were completed and bids
entertained. Then inflation struck
and the visions of the new struc-
ture were fractured anew.
Not that inflation is the prob-
lem of the dental school alone. It
has been bedeviling most majoj
building projects recently.
For example, the University
Events Bldg., was projected in 1963
to cost $3.5 million. Its cost esti-
mate today, with ground barely
broken, is nearly $7 million. Th
Medical Sciences Bldg. Unit II
originally given an $11.9 million
price tag, received bids starting
at over $13 million-about three
weeks ago.
New Way
As one high official put it
yesterday: "We have got to find
some new way of appropriatin
money for these buildings." Both
the state and federal fund,
are usually given on a very
"close-ended" basis whereby "wE
have to be sure to build what wE
say we'll build," the official said
This is particularly true in the
case of the dental school, whosE
federal funds are granted on the
basis of a strict enrollment and
space commitment.
But local inflation, which send:
labor and material costs skyrock-
eting in Southeastern Michigan a
a pace greater than the nationa
average, has been upsetting the es
It can take anywhere from fiv
to 20 years for a structure to movE
from drawing board to concrete
In that interlude, the costs rise
while governmental commitment
remain the same-unless new ap
plications are submitted.
The most likely alternative is al
ways to trim down the cost, the
business spokesman said. He ex
plained that state and federa
commitments, although "difficul
Ito obtain, are even more diffi

The Daily Official Bulletin is an eroaromatic Polymers: Polythiazoloth- candidates at the Bureau of Appoint-
official publication of the Univer- iazoles," Mon., Nov. 22, 3003 Chemistry ments:
sity of Michigan, for which The Bldg.. at 3:30 p.m. Chairman, D. T. TUES., NOV. 23-
Michigan Daily assumes no editor- Longone. Kingsley, Mich.-Elem.; Guid. Man);
ial responsibility. Notices should be H.S. or J.H. Math; Girls PE. Lib.; H.S.
sent in TYPEWRITTEN fore to Doctoral Examination for Chester Engl.
Room 3519 Administration Bldg. be- Charles Langway, Jr., Geology; thesis: Mt. Clemens, Mlich.-Elem.; Elem.'
fore 2 p.m. of the day preceding "Stratigraphic Analysis of a Deep Ice J.H. Boys PE.
publication, and by 2 p.m. Friday Core from Greenland," Mon.. Nov. 22, Dearborn Heights, Mich. (Dist. No. 8)
for Saturday and Sunday. General 2045 Nat. Sci, Bldg., at 3:30 p.m. Chair- -Elem. Grades 4. 5 & 6; Math (Modern.
Notices may be published a maxi- man, D. F. Eschman. Alg.); J.H. Typing/Gen. Business.
mum of two times on request; Day MON., NOV. 29-
Calendar items appear once only. Doctoral Examination for Cameron Bridgeport, Mich.-H.S. Lib.; Elem.;
f Student organization notices are not Budd Courtney, Mathematics; thesis: Speech Corr.
accepted for publication. "A History and Critical Study of the Cleveland, Ohio - All fields except
Function Concept and of Certain Ele- Speech. Russian & Spanish.
: SUNDAY, NOVEMBER 21 mentary Functions with an Evaluation Pontiac, Mich. (Waterford Twp. Schs)
of Their Diverse Definitions and of -Elem.; Speech Corr.; Read. Improv.,
- the Methods of Developing Their Prop- Type A; Girls PE/Biol.; Shorthand/
1 ay Calenda r erties,' 'Mon., Nov. 22, 3223 Angell ; Typing; J.H.: Math/Sci., SS/Engl.
Hall, at 4 p.m. Chairman, P. S. Jones. Dearborn, Mich.-Elem.: Lib.; J.H.:
e University Musical Society Opera- Sci./Math, Art; H.S.: Retail, German,
New York Opera Company in "Pag- Doctoral Examination for C. Craig Ind. Arts, Commercial, Visiting Teach-
liacci" and "Cavalleria Rusticana": Hill Ferris, Electrical Engineering; thesis: er, Speech Corr.
Aud., 2:30 p.m. "A Study of Rada (Random Access Dis- New Boston, Mich. (Huron Sch. Dist.)
crete Address) Communisation Sys- -Elemn.Kdg., 1, 3 & 6; Sec. Ind. Arts;
School of Music Degree Recital - tems," Mon., Nov. 22, 2310 E. Engrg. Strings.
Martha Phillips, organist: Organ Stu- Bldg., at 3:15 p.m. Chairman, Gunnar TUES., NOV. 30-
Y dio 2110, School of Music, 4:30 p.m. Hok. Algonac, Mich.-Kdg., 3rd Grade; J.H.
Lang. Arts/SS (Woman pref.); Men-
S School of Music Honors Recital-Da- Doctoral Examination for Walter tally Handicapped; Speech Therapy;
vid Cooper, cellist: Recital Hall, School Leslie Whittaker, Speech; thesis: "The Ortho.
of Music, 7 p.m. Canada Council for the Encouragement Kalamazoo, Mich.-Elem.; Ind. Arts,
of the Arts, Humanities and Social Math; Mentally Handicapped; Physical-
Cinema Guild-"Open City": Archi- Sciences; Its Origins, Formation, Oper- ly Handicapped.
tecture Aud., 7 and 9 p.m. ation, and Influence upon Theatre in Flint, Mich. (Carman Schs.) - Elem.
Canada, 1957-1963," Chairman, J. E. Grades 1, 3 & 5; Speech Corr.
t University Musical Society Opera- Bender. Fairgrove, Mich. (Akron-Fairgrove
r New York Opera Company in "Barber Schs.)-Spec. Ed.; H.S. Spanish/Engl.,
of Seville": Hill Aud., 8:30 p.m. Math/Boys PE or Math; Elem.
Milwaukee, Wis.-All Fields.
y WED., DEC. 1--
3 Ev n s onday PLACEMENT INTERVIEWS: Bureau Mt. Clemens, Mich. (L'Anse Creuse
BI a oof Appointments-Seniors & grad stu- P.S.)-Elem.; Ind. Arts; Math/Science;
y soneuechniques teinar-DynamPr dents, please call 764-7460 for appoint- Engl./SS.
Y snfollowing:Seinr-DyamcsHammond, Ind.-Elem.; Mentally Re-
e of Organizational Planning": Michi- ments with the following.tard.; Educable Mentally Retard.; Emo-
,gan Union, 8:30 a.m. MON. NOV. 22-g, uies co tional. Dist.; Girls PE; J.H.: Gen. Scd.,
Univ. of Chicago, Business School,Enl/ed;HS:paihFncng
University Management Seminar - Chicago, 1I.-Degrees in any field for El-/e;H.Ma Spah, /Frech, Eng.
g "The Disciplinary Process and Griev- grad study leading to MBA. Men & PE, Counsel., Engl./Journ., Health, Bys
e ance Handling": Michigan Union, 8:30 women. i PE, Spanish, Lib., Gen. Sci./Coach.
a .m. TUES., NOV. 23- Auburn Heights, Mich. (Avondale
Chicago, Milwaukee, St. Paul & Pa- Schs.)-Early Elem., Elem. Vocal; Vis-
History of Art Dept. Lecture-Da- cific R.R., Chicago, I11.-Men & women iting Teacher, Ind. Arts, Home Ec.,
t'vid Sylvester, art critic, "Alberto Gia- with degrees in Architect., Gen. Lib. Guld. (Woman); Elem. Boys PE.
d cometti": Aud. B, Angell Hall, 4:10 Arts & Math. Also BA & MA's in Econ. THURS., DEC. 2-
p~m. for positions in elec. computing, mgmt. Southfield, Mich.-Elem. K-6; J.H.
g trng., mkt, res., sales (inside), statis- English.
Dept. of Speech University Players tics & transport. (p.m. only). Highland Park, Mich.-Elem. K-5; Vo-
S Performance-Shakespeare's "Henry VI Johns Hopkins Univ., Baltimore, Md. cal; Homeroom Grades 6, 7 & 8; Ind.
Y Part III": Trueblood"Aud., 8 p.m. -Men & women. BA's in Architect., Arts; H.S.: English, French; Elem.
Biochem,, Chem., Gen. Lib. Arts, Math, Corr. Read.
e School of Music Composers Forum - Physics, etc. for M.A.T. program. Pre- Wyandotte, Mich.-Elem.; Mentally
e Recital Hall, School of Music, 8:30 p.m. pares for secondary school teaching Retard.; Speech Corr.; J.H. Ind. Arts,
(p.m. only). Arts/Crafts.
Engineering Mechanics Seminar-Dr. MON.-TUES., NOV. 29-30- FRI., DEC. 3-
e A. B. Tayler will speak on "A Uni- International Voluntary Services, Inc. Birmingham, Mich.-All Fields.
e formly Valid Solution for the Newton- -Majors in all fields Interested in Stanton, Mich.-Elem.; J.H. Engl.
e ian Hypersonic Flow Model," Rm. 325 work in field broadly defined as "Coin- Pontiac, Mich.-Elem., Elem. Reading;
dW. Engrg., 4 p.m., munity Dev." Men, & women. Post- Elem. PE; H.S. Engl., Voc. Ed.-Gen.
Coffee will be served at 3:30 p.m. tions include EngI., Se. & Indust. Arts Metals; J.H.: Vocal Music, Eng.
in Rm. 214 W. Engrg. teachers. Worldwide locations. Milford, Mich.-Elem. Grades K, 1 &
S ag TUES., NOV. 30- 3; Upper Elem.; J.H. Science, H.S. Gen.
subtitles), "Aol sammyaku (A Green Smith, Hinchman & Grylls, Associ Shop.
t Mountain Range). will be shown in ates, Inc,, Detroit-Dec. grads in De- Appointments may be made now.
1 Rackham Lecture Hall, 7:30 p.m. on sign & Architect, for firm of engrs. For additional information and ap-
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Botany Seminar: Dr. Peter M. Ray POSITION OPENINGS:
will speak on "Genetic and Physiologi- State of Washington, Olympia -
cal Adaptations of 'Xanthium' to the Various openings including medical
Environment," Mon., Nov. 22, 4:15 p.m., clinical director, medical social work
1139 Natural Science Bldg. consultant & account auditor. Also
Forester I. Degree in Forestry, no ex-
per. required.
Getera ionces Detroit Diesel Engine Div., Detroit-
Attn.: Recent grads. Openings in trng.
Doctoral Examination for Allen Ben- programs in acctg., data processing, en-
nett Skei, Music; thesis: "Jacob Han- grg des., mfg., material & prod. con-
dl's 'Moralia'," Mon., Nov. 22,h3213 trol, sales & service engrg.
School of Music, at 10:30 a.m. Chair-* * *
man, H. T. David. For further information, please call
764-7460, General Div., Bureau of Ap-
Doctoral Examination for Edward pointments, 3200 SAB.
Henry Worthen. Romange Languages
& Literatures: Spanish; thesis: "The SUMMER PLACEMENT:
Reconquest of Mexico: A Panoramic 212 SAB-
View of Mexican Literary Nationalism," NASA, Marshall Space Flight Center,
Mon., Nov. 22; E. Council Rm., Rack- Huntsville, Ala.-Announces Summer
ham Bldg., at 1 p.m. Co-Chairmen, I. Employment for sophs., jrs., srs. &
A. Leonard and L. B. Kiddle, faculty. Applications accepted through
Dec. 31.
Doctoral Examination for William Marshall Field & Co., Oakbrook, Ill.
Charles Grimmell, Mathematics; thes- -Interviews for 1966 College Board on
is: "The Existence and Characteriza- Dec. 29, 30, 31 and Jan. 3 & 5. Or
tion of Solutions to a Class of Linear write Mrs. Elizabeth E. Johnson, Per-
Optimal Control Problems," Mon., Nov. sonnel Office, Oakbrook Center Mall,
22, 3073 E. Engrg. Bldg., at 3 p.m. Oakbrook, Ill. Must be sophs or Jun-
Chairman, L. F. Kazda. iors and residents of Chicago area.
Doctoral Examination for David An- EDUCATION DIVISION:
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* * *
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University Lutheran Chapel, Sunday
morning servies: 9:45 and 11:15 a.m.:
"Thankful Thought, Word, and Deed."
ha specal Thanksgiving service, com-
munion at both times. Bible class at
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Cor. 13, University Lutheran Chapel,
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Christian Ethic in Our ' Modern Busi-
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Inter - Cooperative Council, Open
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