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The Daily Official Bulletin is an
oItwnsJ IJIiaiam~'i$I liii) of the tIiI~eA-
'~ sity of MMhgan, fur which the
MI~-h1gan Ihialy as~umcs no edttiir-
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sent in iVu'I~~ItaiuI±N 1mm 10
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lure 2 p m. ni the day prece'dimIg
ptIbIwatiun, and by ~ p m. I'rsday
for Sallilday and Sunday. Gencial
Nuiwes may be published a maxi-
multi of two (hues on request; l)ity
~ Ualendar stems appear ouee only.
~ludeiut nrgani',ali.'n notices are not
accepted br puht;.aIiu.n.
Day Calendar
Bureau of Industrial Relations Scm-
~ lnar-"The Management of Managers":
Michigan Union, 8 a.m.
School of Public Health Conference

on Home Care-School of Public Health, f '1 A7'~ Upsilon, TO; Delta Upsilon, Record
g a.m. v.ve~e rat i~octces Party; Evans Scholars, House Party;
Frost House, Open-Open; Gamma Phi
Cinema Guild - "Odd Man Out"; . Beta, Pledge Formal; I{insdale, EQ, Mix-
Scoring Service for Faculty Examina-
Architectural Aud., 7 and 8 p.m. tions* Instructors ~ w~~ to have er.
their multiple-choice course examina- Kappa Alpha Theta, Christmas Par-
Dept. of Speech University Players tions scored by the Evaluation and ty; Phi Delta Theta, Open-Open; Phi
Peilurinance -Shakespeare's "Henry VI Examinations Division may obtain the Kappa Psi, Party; Phi Sigma Delita,
Part II": Trueblood Aud., 8 p.m. special answer sheets which are needed Open-Open; P1 Beta Phi, Pledge For-
in Rm. 122 Rackham Bldg. The dlvi- mal; Prescott, EQ, Open-Open; Psi
Upsilon, Raynor Memorial Party; Sig-
School of Music Degree RecItal - sion's new, fast test scoring machine ma Kappa, Pledge Formal; Sigma Nu.
Kacen Emcns, soprano: Recital Hall, (an optical scanner) makes it possi- TGINTE; Alpha Omicron P1, Dinner &
School of Music, 8:30 p.m. ble to supply faculty members with
test scores for all students within mm- Dance.
University Musical Society Concert - utes (i.e., an instructor can usually SAT., DEC. 4-
Acacia, Bundle Party-Open-Open;
Handel's "Messiah," University Choral have the answer sheets for his class Allen Rumsey, Open-Open; Alpha Del-
Union and members of the Detroit scored while he waits). A machine- ta Phi, Pledge Formal (Open-Open);
Symphony Orchestra, Lester McCoy, scorable examination can save valu- A
conductor: Hill ud,, 8:30 p.m. able time for a faculty member and ipha Epsilon P1, Open-Open; Alpha
Sigma Phi, Sweetheart Ball; Alpha
his teaching assistants. Machine-scor- T
Astronomical Colloquium: Fri., Dec. ing, however, is not economical of au Omega, Party (Open); beta Theta
3, 4 p.m., Rm~ 807 PhysIcs-Astronomy time or money when fewer than about P1, Pledge Formal; Chi Phi, Open-Open
Bldg. Dr. John A. Williams, Dept. of 35 answer sheets are involved. Instruc- Band Party; Delta Chi, Arabian Nights
Astronomy, will speak on "Spectral tors who plan to have a large num- Party; Delta Kappa Epsilon, Pledge
Classificaticn by Means of Narrow- ber of examination pajjers scored (I e Foimal; Delta Sigma Delta, Christmas
Band Photometry." more than 350) at one time should ance, Delta Sigma Phi, House Party:
phone the division's secretary, Miss Delta Tau Delta, Open-Open, Pledge
Johnston, a day or two before the ormal; Evans Scholars, House Party;
examination date. Frost House, Open-Open.
For additional information on the Hazel Vandenburg. Oxford Co-op,
entire test service phone 4-3497. Holiday Party; Hinadale, EQ. Open-
Open; Lambda Chi Alpha, Pledge For-
Doctoral Examination for William Al- mal Open-Open; Phi Delta Theta,
bert Dent, Astronomy! thesis: "The Ex- Pledge Formal: Phi Kappa Pdi, Formal
tension on Non-Thermal Radio Source Dance; Phi Sigma Delta, Band Party;
on America's international image. Spectra to 8000 MC/S," Fri., Dec. 3, 817 Psi Upsilon, Christmas Party; Scott-
8 p.m.-The Department ~ ?hysics-Astronomy B] ., a~. .~ ~ ..r±. Markley, Open-Open; Sigma Chi, Pledge
Speech University Players will Chairman, F. T. Haddock. Formal-Open-Open; Sigma Nu. House
Party: Sigma Phi, Party (Open-Open);
give their performance of "Henry Doctoral Examination for Michael Tau Delta Phi, Pajama Party; Theta
VI, Part II" at Trueblood Audi- Robert Samuels, Chemical Engineering; Delta Chi, Pledge Formal; Theta Xi,
torium. thesis: "On the Stability of a Fluid Finals Party; Zeta Beta Tau, Pledge
in a Long Enclosed Horiaontal Chan- Party; Zeta Psi, Theme Party.
8 p.in.-Gilbert and Sullivan So- nel of Rectangular Cross Section which SUN., DEC. 3-
ciety will present "Pirates of Pen- is Heated from Below and Cooled from Coui'ens Hall, Open-Open; Helen New-
I ~ .~. T ~ ~ Above," Fri., Dec. 3, 3201 E. Engrg. berry, Open-Open,

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7 and 9 p.m.-"Odd Man put,"
presented by the Cinema G~uild
in the Architecture Auditorium.
7:30 pan.-Dr. Arthur Glasser,
home director of the Overseas
1~1ission Fellowship, will spea1~ in
the UGLI multipurpose room on
the 1effect of Christian missions

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Internationai Student into Service, Division, 764-7462, 3200 SAb. TRA V EL BA R G A IN S
Brussels-Mr. Efratas will be on campus
Dec. 9 & 10 to explain lobs in Europe ENGINEERING PI.ACLMLN'r IN [ER a I
& how to get one. He will be In 212 VIEWS-Seniors & grad students please I EVK I
SAB until 3:30 p.m. and And. D, sign schedule posted at 128-H West *
Angell Hall from 4-5 p.m. each day. Engrg a of a
MON., DEC. 6- I IV'
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fer Mech. or Indust. Engr., but will w
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rector of admissions, McCormick Theo- dia Nationals. Dec. and May grads. V.I I
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be at the Presbyterian Student Cen- as mfg. engr. for mfr. of fittings &I
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Bldg., at 3 p.m. Chairman, S. W.
Academic Costume: Can be rented at
Moe Sport Shop, 711 N. University Ave.
Orders for Midyear Graduation Exer-
cises should be placed immediately.
Hopwood Contest for Freshmen: All
manuscripts must be in the Hopwood
Rm., 1006 Angell Hall, by 4 p.m., Wed.,
Dec. 8.

School Time
University Typewriter Center
Home of OLYMPIA, the Precision Typewriter
613 E. William St 665-3763

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Department of State-Foreign Service
Officer exam will be given on Dec. 4
in Aud. A, Angell Hall at 8 a.m. Loca-
tion given in notices was in error.
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Two Informal Meetings for Faculty finance for leading mfr, of household
Members In All UnIts: Faculty mem- goods. Bus. Ad. degree & appropriate
bers interested in considering the role, mgmt. exper.
p reparation, and evaluation of "objec- Visiting Nurse Assoc., Atlantic City,
tive," "essay," and "problem" tests N.J~-Admin. Public Health Nurse. MA
in connection with their final exam- in Public Health nursing admin. and!
inations are invited to attend either or supv. plus exper. Handle admin.
one of two sessions. Dr. Benno G. duties, in-servIce educ. & coordination.
Fricke, chief of the University's Evalua- Lohrke, Van Laan and Weinlander,
I tion and Examinations Division, will Bay City, Mich.-Jr. Accountants. De-
present some ideas found valuable by gree in Acctg. Exper. not req. Immed.
faculty members, answer questions, and and future openings.
describe some of the labor saving serv- U.S. Fish & Wildlife Service, Ann Ar-
fres provided by the Evaluation and bor-Fishery Biologist or Physiologist.
Examinations DIvision. 3 yrs. exper. in physiol., fish. biol. or
Both sessions have been scheduled related science; or PhD. or 3 yrs. cx-
for And. D of Angehl Hall: one will be per. plus grad study.
held on Tues., Dec. 7, 4:15 to 5:30; American..Standard, New Brunswick,
the other on Wed., Dec. 8, 4:15 to 5:30. N.J.-Positions for res. in applied acous-
All faculty members are cordially in- tics. All degree levels. 2 yrs. academic
vited to participate in this new yen- or indust. res. exper.
ture. Those not able to attend either Ingalls Shipbuilding Corp., Pascagou-
of the large-group sessions but who la, Miss.-Various openings including 1.
wish to correct or confirm their evalua- Naval Arch., BS Naval Arch. pref. No
tion procedures may call Miss John- exper. req. 2. Elect. Engr. BSEE, power
ston (4-3497) for information' on sev- option req. 3. Health Physics Monitor.
sched- BS plus 3-5 yrs. exper. X-ray test-
eral small-group meetings to be ing, 4. Auditor. BS acctg. or Bus. Ad.
uled later in the week. Internal auditing & taxes.
* * *
Action Taken by the Joint Judiciary For further information, please call
Council on December 1, 1965 764-7460, General Div., Bureau of Ap-
Motions proposed and passed:
That until reconstituted as we de- pointments, 3200 SAB.
sire, Joint Judiciary Council will re-
I quire the present referral committee 212 SAB-
(the chairman of the Council, the vice- SUMMER PLACEMENT SERVICE:
chairman and the administrative ad- Detroit Civil Service-Mr. Williams
viser to the Council) to present possible will interview on Dec. 6 from 9-5 at 212
charges in all cases coming to the SAB. Details and applications available
Council. The student may enter a plea. now.
That the full body of the Joint Ju -______________
diciary Council unanimously Supports
the Interviewing Committee of the ~ N' ~ N
Joint Judiciary Council In its choice CJ f(U'A IL /-\ I I ~.)
o f new members for Council for the
omlng year.
Proposed constitutional amendment N C)T IC ES
to be considered Dec. 8, 1965:
To amend Article II; Membership:
"The Council shall consist of 10 stu-
dents of at least junior standing (80 USE OF THIS COLUMN FOR AN-
credit hours), of whom not more than NOUNCEMENTS is available to officially
six shall be of the same sex." To
recognized and registered student arga-
- read :"That Council shall consist ofnizations only. Forms are available in
10 students of at least sophomore Room 1011 SAB.
standing, when they first serve on the . * *
Council, of whom not more than six Baha'i Student Group, Fireside. All
hall be of the same sex." welcome, Fri., Dec. 3, 8 p.m., Room 3545
The Council passed a set of pro- SAB,
edures ,a fine schedule, and quorum * * *
requirements for the Driving Court of,
be ef- Baptist Student Union, Discussion:
he Joint Judiciary Council ~ "What Is the Motive of Righteousness?"
ective Jan. 1. 1966. Fri., Dec. 3, 7:30 p.m., 1311 Church St.
* * *
U. of M. Chess Club, Meeting: Last
meeting of year, Dec. 3,7:30 p.m., Room
3B Union,
The following sponsored student * * *
events are approved for the coming La Sociedad Hispanica, Gran Fiesta
weekend. Social chairmen are reminUed de Vavidad, Viernes, el 3 de diciembre,
that requests for approval for socia: 7:30 p.m., 3050 Frieze Bldg. Vengan To-
events are due in the Office of Student dos.
Organizations not later than 12 o'clock * * *
noon on Wednesday prior to the event. U. of M. Seventh-Day Adventist, stu-
FRI., DEC. 3- dent association discussion group, Dec.
Acacia, Open-Open; Alpha Delta Phi, 4, 3 p.m., UGLI-Multipurpose Room.
- Christmas Dance; Alpha Xi Delta, Sakac Kubo, associate professor of New
Pledge Formal; Beta Theta Pt, TG; Testament, from Andrews University,
Delta Delta Delta, Fall Party; Delta will speak to the Seventh-Day Ad-


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