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PAGE SIX'

THE MICHIGAN DAILA

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MEDICAL SCHOOL:
'U' Studi(
The oldest son in a fami
more likely to go to medical s(
than the youngest, especially i
oldest has several brother
sisters or if the father does
have as good a job as his ed
tion would seem to warrant
Two members of the Unive
Institute for Social Researci
port these findings in the cu
Journal of the American Me
Association (Jan. 24).
Prof. John R. P. French, J
the psychology department
Sidney Cobb of the Schoc
Public Health conclude tentat
that "entrance into medical s
is strongly influenced by fe
relationships. At the momen
do not know whether these f
relationships have more infli;
son the motivation of the st
to apply to medical schoolc
AeroQ
FiRIDAY, JAN. 28
" 4:15 p.m.-The Departmer
Psychology Colloquium wil'
held in Auditorium B, Angell
Dr. Peter J. Lang of the Ur
sity of Wisconsin will speal
"The Generalization of Fear
sensitization."
7 and 9 p.m. - Cinema <
presents Kurosawa's "The Dr
en Angel" in the Architei
Aud.
8 p.m.-PTP presents AC
Moliere's "Tartuffe" atI
Mendelssohn Theatre.
11 p.m.---PTP special late.

Statistics, EE. Des., R. & D.
I Rocketdyne Div., Canoga Park, Calif.
DAILY OFFICIAL -Any Degree: Aero., ChE, CE, ME. All
Phases Chem., Math, Engrg., Physics,
es Enrollment BULLETIN BS: EE, E. Science, Met. MS: Info. &
Controls, BS-MS: EM. PhD: Theoreti-
cal and Applied Mech., Statistics, Met.
Des., R. & D., Analysis. Test. & Mfg. to
ly is personality characteristics which (Continued from Page 2) product solid, liquid, & nuclear pro-
chool might lead to favorable admissions ENGINEERING PLACEMENT INTER- pulsion systems,
f the committee action. The matter is VIEWS-Seniors & grad students, please Space & Information Systems, Down-
S or probably a complex of these sign schedule posted at 128-H West Ey Cal iAny Degree: Aero., ChE, CE,
EE. E cienc,E ME, Met., Theoreti-
not j things." Engrg. cal & Applied Mech., Astro. Physics,
'D study is th fr to WED.. FEB. 2 Physical Chem., Math, Physics. Statis-
. relate medical school enrollment &' Subsidiaries-BS-MS: ChE, Met. BS: tics. April grads. Des., R. & D.
ersity with the job and education levels CE, EE, E Math. EM, E Physics, IE,!
h re- of students' fathers, and with the Mat'ls., ME. PhD: Met.-(interest in
melting only). Men only. R. & D., Des.. ORGA NIZIATIONI
rrent size of the students' families. The Prod., Sales, XE. ',* RGAMN IZATION
dical research project was supported by Anheuser-Busch, Inc., St. Louis, Mo.N
the National Institute of Mental -BS-MS: IE. BS: ChE, EE, ME, Sci. NOTICES
J.of Health. Engrg. Dev., Des., Prod.
rB. H Brunswick Corp.,Midwest & East.f
and In its general conclusion that Also Lincoln, Neb.-Any Degree: Met. -_-
Dl of first-born sons far outnumber BS-MS: Aero., ChE, EE, IE, ME. MS: USE OF THIS COLUMN FOR AN-
tively last-born in medical schools, it E Mer-H m r, SDthfieldProd.- NOUNCEMENTS is available to official-
chool confirms studies of eight U.S. BS: EE, IE, ME. Men only. Application. ly recognized and registered student
amily medical schools made a few years Double A Products Co., Manchester, organizations only. Forms are available
it we ago by social psychologist Stanley E Eich.: ME.Undergrsds wishing t2cr g in Room 10.1 SAB.
nlc c rnen-izedfreshman year. April Bahai Studenit Group, Fireside discus-
ence of the University of Stockholm e grads for dev. & des. Men only.uDev. Sion: "A Basis for Ethics?" Fri., Jan.
id n M dca ch o y w dih soil& Des. & Co-op. Programs. 288 p.m., Room 3545 SAB. All we-
rt on epsclhotJoachi eisael. ial Gulf Res. & Dev. Co., Pittsburgh, come.
or o pschoogit Jachm Irae. iPa. (a.mn.)-Anly Degree: ChE, EE. ME. Gammia Delta, University Lutheran
BS-MS: Mat'ls. MS: Met. Citizens & Chapel, 1511 Washtenaw, work holiday
non-citizens if permanent visa can in the inner city of Detroit, Riverside
be otaind. . & . ILutheran Church, Sat., Jan. 29. Meet
Libby. McNeill & Libby, Chicago, IlnCae a 3 ~. Return at 7
C a m-pus-BS-MS: XE. BS: ME. Men only. Citi- or 8 p.m. Supper in Detroit.
zens& nn-ctizns bcomng ~s. Newman Student Association, New-
citizen, Prod. Make appointment man community mass & supper, Fri.,
ciAizen Bre akofappointment.at Jan. 28, 5 p.m.. 331 iy aThompson. Fire-
32C0aSABF re uBEce s. sidehane 7, " pn itieshfor a Sum -
SaulBekt' Timken Roller Bearing Co., Midwest,an Rerdnid
p resents ACT ninSamtelBe sCanton-Any.Degree:GME.HMet.BS:oStserAroad 8e armn.
of "Endgame" at Lydia Mendelssohn E, XE. R. & D., Des., Prod.. Sales. U. of M. Chess Club, no meeting this
n ofTheatre. S. D. Warren Co., Muskegon, Mich.; week due to World's Fair.
BI beSA Cumberland Mills, Me. (p.m.)-BS-MS: Folk Dance Tlu (WAA, Folk dance,
HAnUDA ,JTPpeet ChE, EE, ME. Men only. Prod.Folkanc., ub(2Anra
Hal-Tl.., EBw23-th instruction, every Fri., 8-11 p.m,
liver- ACT in Moliere's "Tartuffe" at U.S. Navy, Bureau of Ships IldqtsBrbu Gm
on ydi Medelsoh Thatr. Wsh. D.. &meto, rea-BSMS: Alpha Phi Omega, Pledge meeting,
Gk o Lyia endlsshn Teate. ash, DC. &meto. rea-BSMS:Jan. 30, 4 p.m., APO office, 2528 SAB.
IEME.
rDe- 7 and 9 p.m. - Cinema Guild Ali-hles'ilake Ws-S Baptist Student Union, "The Nature
Alls-CalmrsMilauke. is.BSof God," speaker: Rev. John Nichol,
presents Antonioni's "Eclipse" inI MS, Prof.: E,;IE, ME. BS-MS: EM. Fri. Jan. 28, 7:30 p.m., 1131 Church
Guild the Architecture Aud.I MS: ChE, Nuclear. ES: B Math, B t
'unk- SUNDAY, JAN. 30 Physics, Sci. Engrg. R. & D., Des.,I U. of M. Student Religious Liberals,
Prod., Sales. Discussion, Sun., Jan. 30, with Dr.
!cture! 2:30 and 8 p.m.-PTP presents WED.-FRI., FEB. 2-4-t Bardach, School of Nat, Res., 7 p.m.,
ACT in Moliere's "Tartuffe" at North American Aviation: Unitarian Church, on "Why Cambodia
,T in: Lydia Mendelssohn Theatre. Autonietics Div., Anaheim, Calif. - Is Neutral." Rides at 6:45 p.m. at north
Lydia 7 and 9 p.m. - Cinema Guild' Any Degree: EE, B Science, Physics entrance to Union & at Mary Markley
presentse" (electronics oriented). MS: ME. MS- Dormn.
prsnsAntonioni's "clps"n1 PhD: Applied Math, Statistics. Des.. R. Guild House, Fri. evening internation-
show:i the Architecture Aud. & D., Systems-analysis and/or engrg. al dinner & art fair, 6 p.m., 802 Mon-
Los Angeles Div., Los Angeles, Calif. roe.
-ES-MS: Aero., CE, ME, Met., Theoret- Guild House, The Roost, Jan. 29, 7-
i cal & Applied Mech., Physics. MS: 1:30 a.m., 802 Monroe.

Unbeaten Gymnasts Hope
To Improve for badgers

By BILL LEVIS
Michigan's undefeated gymnas-
tics team faces its first Big Ten
opponent at home tomorrow.
The Maize and Blue, who de-
feated Ohio State in Columbus
earlier this year, will meet a sim-
ilarly unbeaten Wisconsin squad
at 1:30 in the Sports Building as
the first part of a Wolverine ath-
letic doubleheader. The Michigan
wrestlers will follow with a match
against the Boilermakers of Pur-
due.
After competing in the Flint
Open last weekend and barely
missing achieving the 9.0 point
mark with a 8.89 average, 'the
gymnasts are looking forward to
Judge Says
Nii. Must
Have Team
MILWAUKEE, Wis. ) - Wis-
consin won a court order yester-
day directing the National League
to maintain major league baseball
in Milwaukee in 1966 and there-
after.
But the action by Circuit Judge
Elmer W. Boler, who already has
ruled that his court has jurisdic-
tion in State Atty. Gen. Bronson
C. LaFollette's antitrust action di-
rected at the foundation struc-
ture of the game, left the way,
open for the alternative of a new,
franchise for the town.
At Atlanta, William 0. Bartho-
lomay, president of the Braves,
said the team would play its 1966
games at Atlanta.

going over that magic mark Sat-
urday.
Coach Newt Loken remarked,
"Everyone of the boys is very
fired up for this meet. We came
mighty close to the 9.0 point av-
erage last week and we want to
go into. February with a new
average."
Finished Fourth
Wisconsin features a Badger
squad which finished fourth in the
Big Ten last year behind the Wol-
verines, Iowa, and Michigan State.
Their coach, George Bauer, was
named Coach of the Year in the
Midwest area last season.
The Badgers have a few boys
ranked in the Mid-East Regionals,
the area which includes Michigan.
John Voss and Bob Hennecke
both were placed in the top ten
of those competing in the all-
around. The Blue hope to counter
this threat is a steadily improving
Gary Vander Voort who finished
first in that event at the Flint
F Open. ,s
Voss is also a strlong contender
in the floor exercises. The Wol-
verines have a very strong team
though in Wayne Miller and the
Fuller brothers, Chip and Phip.
Chip is rated among the regional
leaders.
The trio was awarded the Loken
"Champs. of the Week Trophy"
with a 9.2 average at Flint. This
week, the side horse team, which
didn't fare too well at Flint, have
challenged the rest of the team
for the trophy.
Inte Two Horses
Ie stwo other events at the
Flint Open, the Wolverines com-
piled a 9.1 record in vaulting (long
horse) and a 8.3 average in the
side horse.
Wisconsin, according to their
coach, "has only faced stiff com-
petition in Mankato and Minne-
sota. Our highest point total was
173.50, in the five meets we have
won. This is still short of the
Wolverines average."
Coach Loken looks to Michigan
State, Iowa, and Illinois as the
biggest threats in the Big Ten.
For tomorrow's meet, he urges the
fans to come down early to secure
a good seat, "It should be a really
good crowd," Loken said, "and by
getting there early, the people
will not miss the warm up exer-
cises, sometimes the most enter-
taining part of the program."
Alpha Phi Alpha,
Wenley Win Relay
Alpha Phi Alpha took first place
in the Intramural 880-yard relay
~with a time of 1:45.6 to cop the
honor in the fraternity division
yesterday. The team consisted of
Ted Jobe, Ron Johnson, Robert
Shannon, and freshman basketbal
player Willie Edwards.
Sigma Alpha Epsilon and Sigma
Chi tied for second. Theta Delta
Chi finished fourth and Theta Xi
fifth.
In the residence house division,
Wenley captur'ed the relay crown
with the identical time of 1:45.6.
The residence house champs con-
sisted of John Lancaster, Tony
Valentino, Brian Davis and Tim
Thomas.
Adams House followed in second
with Cooley in third. Rounding out
the top five were Hayden and
Michigan Houses. Fredrick won
the Independent race.

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