THE. MICHIGAN DAILY
FRIDAY, JANUARY 28, 1966
PAGE TWO THE MICHIGAN DAILY FRIDAY, JANUARY 28, 1966
14 Per Cent
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State was allocated $31.2 million,
$7, million less than its request.'
The fact that the University's
total operating budget allotment
is higher than that of either Mich-
igan State or Wayne State may
be accounted for by the greater
emphasis on graduate training at
While direct costs for training
freshmen and sophomores is $17.74
per student per credit hour and
$29.94 for juniors and seniors, the
cost for training students engag-
ed in doctoral programs comes to
Orlebeck explained that the
budget requests will now be acted
upon by the state Legislature. Us-
wally the budget bills are divid-
ed between the Senate Appropria-
tions Committee and the House
Ways and Means Committee.
Orlebeck said that he doesn't
foresee any serious conflict be-
tween the Legislature and the
governor's budget request. "My
own instinct tells me that it will
be raised modestly," he added.
In the total budget picture,
Romney asked for a $126.6 mil-
lion increase over the present fis-
ical year. Tb help meet this in-
crease, he asked that $66.8 mil-
lion of the state's present $134;
million surplus be used.
Romney further pictured a
healthy Michigan economic scene,
forecasting an economic growth
rate of 7.5 per cent. He origin-
ally predicted a four percent rate
for the year.
Concerning higher education,
Romney said 17,600 more ;students
would be at colleges and univer-
sities in the state. He forecast an
8,243 growth in community col-
Late Permission: Freshman and Soph-
omore women living in Residence Halls
DAILY OFFICIAL and Sorority Houses who plan to at-
tend tonight's performance of "End-
BULLETIN game" at Lydia Mendelssohn Theatre
may arrange for late permissions with
The Daily Official Bulletin is an Delta Delta Delta Scholarship Com-
official publication of the Univer- petition: Unaffiliated or affiliated wom-
sity of Michigan, for which The en students who will be juniors or
Michigan Daily assumes no editor- seniors the Fail Term of 1966-67 and
ial responsibility. Notices should be have an overall grade-point average of
sent in TYPEWRITTEN form to 2.99 or better are eligible to apply.
Room 3519 Administration Bldg. be- Scholarship grants will be based on
fore 2 p.m. of the day preceding peed, scholarship, and extracurricular
publication, and by 2 p.m. Friday participation. Application forms and
for Saturday and Sunday. General further information may be obtained
Notices may be published a maxi- from Mrs. Florence Lyons, Office of,
mum of two times on request; Day Financial Aids, 2011 SAB. Applications'
Calendar items appear once only. should be completed and returned to
Student organization notices are not Mrs. Lyons' office by Feb. 22.
accepted for publication. Winter Term Fees: At least 50% is
FRIDAY, JANUARY 28 due and payable on or before Jan. 31,
Non-payment of at least 50% by
Day (iendar Jan. 31 will result in the assessment of
a delinquent penalty of 5.
Cinema Guild - Kurosawa's "The Payments may be made in person or
Drunken Angel": Architecture Aud,, 7 mailed to the Cashier's Office, 1015$
and 9 p.m. Administration Bldg., before 4:30 p.m.,
Mon., Jan. 31, 1966.
Professional Theatre Program Per- Mail Early.
formance--American Conservatory The- Mail payments postmarked after due
atre Company in Moliere's "Tartuffe": date, Jan. 31, 1966, are late and sub-
Lydia Mendelssohn Theatre, 8 p.m. Ject to penalty,
Identify mail payments as tuition
Hockey-U-M vs. Michigan Technol- and show student number and name.
ogical University: Coliseum, 8 p~m.
Student Government Council Approval
School of Music Degree Recital - of the following student-sponsored
Nancy Arnold, pianist: Recital Hall, events becomes effective 24 hours after
School of Music, 8:30 p.m. the publication of this notice. All
publicity for these events must be
Professional Theatre Program Special withheld until the approval has become
Late Show - American Conservatory effective.
Theatre Company in Samuel Beckett's Approval request forms for student
"Endgame": Lydia Mendelssohn Thea- sponsored events are available in Room
tre, 11 p.m. 1011 of the SAB.
eno eYoung Democrats of University of
General Nogices Michigan, "Choice," Aud. A, Angell
Dept. of English Lecture: Prof. B. Hall, Jan. 21, 7-11 p.m.
Rajan, University of Windsor, lectur- Joint Judiciary Council: Summary of
ing on "Continuity in Milton's Poetry?": action taken by the Joint Judiciary
Aud 3A, Angell Hall, 4:10 p.m., Thurs., Council at its meeting Wed., Jan. 26.
Feb. 3: The following cases were heard:
Grauat Stdens: xpetin tore- a) 1 student-Conduct unbecoming a
Graduate students: Expecting to re- student in that he attempted petit lar-
ceive a master's or professional de-.
gree April 30, 1966, must file a Di- ceny. $50 fine, $30 suspended for 1
ploma Application with the Recorder Year, letteroapology.g
' 1 student-Conduct unbecoming a
of the Graduate School by Fri., Jan. student in that he committed larceny.
28. No student can be recommended for Written warning and suspended sus-
a degree unless he. has filed formal pension.
application in the office of the Grad- b) 1 student--Attempting to transfer
uate School by that date. students football tickets. Written warn-
Dept. of Psychology-Colloquium: Dr. t to l
Peter J. Lang, University of Wisconsin, football admission ticket for more
will speak on "The Generalization of than its face value. Oral warning, no
Fear Desensitization," 4:15 p.m., Jan. University record.
28, Aud. B, Angell Hall. Approved: That only members of the
DoctralExamnaton or Mma gurJoint Judiciary Council may determine
Doctoral Examination for Maaja Agur final dispositions in theDriving Court
Stewart, English Language & Litera- ofthe Joint Judiciary Council.
ture; thesis: "The Artifice of Comedy: Approved: That an ad hoc commit-
Fielding, and Meredith," Fri., Jan. 28, tee be formed to study the Universi-
2601 Haven Hall, at 2 p.m. Chairman. ty regulations prohibiting the trans-
S. W. Baker- fer of University student football tick-
ets. This committee is to report back
to the Council in one week.
The following sponsored student
events are approved for the coming
weekend. Social chairmen are reminued
that requests for approval for sociai
events are due in the Office of Student
Organizations not later than 12-o'clock
nodn on Wednesday prior to the event.
FRI., JAN. 28-
Acacia, Open-Open; Alpha Sigma Phi,
Open-Open; Alpha Tau Omega, TG/
Open House; Angell House with Pal-
mer, Chicago & Michigan, Mixer; Beta
Theta Pi, TG; Chi Psi, TG/Open-Open,
2nd fI. per.; Delta Chi, TG; Delta
Upsilon,TOG/Record Party; Emanuel
House, Oxford, Fireside Party; Evans
Scholars, House Party; Kappa Sigma,
TG/Open-Open; Noble House, Mixer;
Phi Delta Theta, TG/Open-Open; Phi
Epsilon Pi, TG; Phi Gamma Delta,
Phi Kappa Psi, Room Parties; Phi
Kappa Tau, Party, 2nd fl. per.; Phi
Sigma Delta, Open-Open; Phi Sigma
Kappa, TG; Prescott-Fisher Little, TG;
Psi Upsilon, Informal Party; Sigma Al-
pha Mu, TG/Open-Open; Sigma Chi,
TG; Sigma Phi Society, TG/Open-Open;
Tau Delta Phi; Skating Party/Open-
Open;. Theta Chi, Party; Theta Xi,
Closed Mixer/Open-Open; Zeta Beta
Tau, TG/Open-Open; Triangle, TG; Ze-
ta Psi, TG.
SAT., JAN. 29-
Acacia, Snow Party/Open-Open; Al-
pha Delta Phi, Band Party; Alpha
Kappa Alpha, Dance; Alpha Sigma
Phi, BandsParty; Alpha Tau Omega,
Open House/Party; Beta Theta Pi,
Band Party; Chi Phi, Theme Party/
Dance; Chi Psi, Band Party/2nd fl. per.;
Delta Chi, Band Party/Open-Open;
Delta Sigma Phi, Open-Open; Delta
Upsilon, Band Party; Evans Scholars,
House Party; Henderson House, Win-
ter Dance; Kappa Sigma-Sigma P1 Ep-
silon, Party; Lambda Chi Alpha, House
Party; Michigan House, Ski Trip.
Phi Delta Theta, Open-Open; Phi
Epsilon Pi, Band Party; Phi Gamma
Delta, Open-Open; Phi Kappa Psi,
Party; Phi Kappa Tau, Informal Par-
ty; Phi Sigma Delta, Open-Open; Phi
Sigma Kappa, Band Party; Phi Lambda
Phi, Ski Party; Psi Upsilon, Band Par-
ty/Upstairs per.; Sigma Alpha Epsilon,
Traying Party; Sigma Alpha Mu, Open-
Open/Pledge Welcome Party; Sigma
Chi, Open House; Sigma Nu, House Par-
ty; Sigma Phi, Party/Open-Open; Tau
Kappa Epsilon, Sleigh Ride/House Par-
ty; Tau Delta Phi, "Big Hunt" Party;
Theta Chi, Party; Theta Delta Chi,
Secret Agent Party/Open-Open; Theta:
Xi, After Rush Party/Open-Open; Zeta
Beta Tau, Party/Open-Open; Zeta Psi,
Bechtel Corp., San Francisco, Calif.
-Chemical Engr. BS engrg., physical
sciences or math, some grad work in
econ. or bus. ad. MBA desirable. 10
yrs .exper, in chem. rel. indust., 3-5 in
econ. analysis or mkt. res.
Mars Candies, Cricago-1. Bus, Statis-
tician. BS math, stat., engrg. or phys.
sci. Pref. MS in math, stat., or MBA
with op. res. emphasis. 2 yrs. exper.
in statistics, op, res,, prod. & inven-
tory control, etc. 2. Systems Analyst.
BS Bus. Ad.. Mgmt., Indust. Engrg.
2 yrs. exper. Knowl. of EDP equipment.
The Welch Grape Juice Co., Inc.,
Westfield, N.Y.-1. Staff Indust. Engr.
BS Mech., Chem., or Indust. Engrg.
plus 3-5 yrs. exper. 2. Project Engr. BS
Civil., Mech., or Chem. Engrg. plus 5
yrs. exper. 3. Prod. Supv., BS Engrg.,
Indust. Mgmt. or Food Tech. 2 yrs,
exper. 4. Cost Accountant. BS Acctg.
plus 5 yrs, exper. 5. Maintenance Supv..
degree in chem. or mech. engrg. plus 2
Divco-Wayne Corp., Richmond, Ind.
-Positions in methods & standards for
recent grads in IE, ME or indust. mgmt.
1 yr. time study exper. Will consider
2 yrs. college engrg. plus met. & stand.
Dover Planning Board, Dover, N.H.
-Planning Director. Main responsibil-
ity in urban renewal.
Miles Labs., Elkhart, Ind. - Various
openings for exper. engrs. including
Chem., Indust., Pharmaceut., Prod.
Res., Project & Specialty.
Mgmt. Consultants, Cleveland, Ohio
-Tech. Services Mgr, for bldg. con-
struction &maintenance products. De-
gree in chem. engrg, pref. Bkgd. In
sealant, polymer or rel. helpful. Some
sales or customer contact exper.
For further information, please call
764-7460, General Div., Bureau of Ap-
pointments, 3200 SAB.
SUMMER PLACEMENT SERVICE:
Camp Rockwood, Coed, Ontario, Can-
ada-Counselors, sailing instructor, rid-
ing instructor, piano player; men &
Camp Nahelu, Mich. Coed-Counselors
& specialists in arts & crafts, sports,
waterfront. Will take married couples.
Details at Summer Placement, 212
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