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PAGE TWO

THE MICHIGAN DAILY

WEDNESDAY, FEBRUARY 9, IA6G

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DULL, UNFUNNY:
Garg Bombs Again'

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By STEVE WILDSTROM
The new Gargolye is so totally
unfunny that one cannot even
attack it with any levity.
Today's issue of the self-
proclaimed humor magazine is 36
pages long. Of those 36 pages,
four are full pages of paid ad-
vertising, six are a reprint from
the California Pelican, and two
are Daily columns by James
Schutze which the Daily has taste
enough not to run.
As it is stated so well in the
editor's note to "The Gargoyle
Philosophy," "Due to his immense
knowledge on the subject, Mr.
Wardner had to steal most of his
ideas from other articles." The
magazine follows its philosophy
well.
Bering;
The key word of the Gargolye
is boredom. It is neither so bad
that one can get excited about it
nor is it good enough to be en-
joyable. It reeks of mediocrity.
One would think that with only
24 pages to fill with copy and
weeks on end to complete the
job, the Gargoyle staff could come
up with a far more exciting and
original publication than they do.
Satire Fails
There are several reasons why
Gargoyle's attempts at satire fail
so pitibly. First, many of the
objects of satire just aren't very
funny. The draft and the Viet
Nam war fall neatly into this clas-
sification. Lampooning of such

serious topics must be done with
great skill and finesse, qualities
which the Garg is not noted for.
Second, there are a few topics
which have simply been run into
the ground. Michigan State Uni-
versity and 'Doc' Losh ("The Le-
gion of Saviors . . ."), "The Play-
boy Philosophy" (The Gargoyle
Philosophy), and another version
of chutes and ladders are sub-
jects which have just about had it.
Heavy-handed treatment of cli-
ched topics will not leave readers
rolling on the Diag.
Gargads
The Gargadsrshow a level of
sophistication that would be con-
sidered underdeveloped in high
school students. The "Croke" ad,
together with its totally incom-
prehensible picture, is an excel-
lent example of this. The four
part "Grape-o" ad isn't much
better. The Gargads are, in fact,
an insult to the magazine's read-
ers. Expecting University students
to be amused by such utter in-
anity is calling for quite a lot.
The problem with Gargolye is
not that the magazine is stupidly
funny (as, for example, "Bat-
man") or tastelessly funny (like
the "Realist")--although the Garg
can be and is both stupid arnd
tasteless. The major problem is
that the magazine just is not
funny at all. If you have a quarter
to burn, buy a copy, but the typos
in the Daily will probably do more
to brighten your day.

.Across Campus
WEDNESDAY, FEB. 9 8:30 p.m. - The University
Noon-Steve Aronson, major- Chanber Orchestra, with Nicholas
ing in Russian studies, discusses Harsanyi as guest conductor, pre-
B. F. Skinner's "Walden Two" in seats a concert at Hill Aud.
Room 2417 Mason Hall. 8:30 p.m.--MUSKET presents
4 p.m.-George W. Nace, De- "West Side Story" in the Lydia
partment of Zoology, speaks on Mendelssohn Theater.
"Molecular Problems of Develop- THURSDAY, FEB. 10
ment as Revealed by Immuno- 2:15 p.m.-M. E. Bitterman of
chemical Serendipity" in 1400 Bryn Mawr College speaks on
Chemistry Bldg. "Some Relationships Between
7 and 9 p.m.-Cinema Guild pre- Classical and Avoidance Condi-
sents a special free showing of tioning" in 1057 MHRI.
D. W. Griffith's "America" in the 7 and 9 p.m.-Cinema Guild pre-
Architecture Aud. sents Ron Rice's "The Flower
7:30 pm.-Brice Carnahan, De- Thief" in the Architecture Aud.
partments of Chemical engineer- 8 p.m.-Neil H. Jacoby, from
ing and Biostatistics, speaks on UCLA, speaks on "Wage Price
"An Introduction to Digital Com- Guideposts vs. Fiscal and Mone-
puters and the MAD Language" tary Policies to Curb Inflation"
in the Natural Science Aud. k in 131 Business Adm. Bldg.
8 p.m.- Dr. Michael DeBakey, 8 p.m:-The Travel Film Series
chairman of the Department of is "Our Spectacular Canyon
Surgery at the Baylor University County," to be shown in Aud. A,
College of Medicine, speaks on the Angell Hall.
development of an artificial heart, 8:30 p.m. - PTP Play of the
in the third floor amphitheatre Month is "The Subject Was
of the Medical Science Bldg. Roses," to be held at Hill Aud.
Read and Uses
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official publication of the Univer-
sity of Michigan, for which The
Michigan Daily assumes no editor-
ial responsibility. Notices should be
sent in TYPEWRITTEN form to
Room 3519 Administration Bldg. be-
fore 2 p.m. of the day preceding
publication, and by 2 p.m. Friday
for Saturday and Sunday. General
Notices may be published a maxi-
mum of two times on request; Day
Calendar items appear once only.
Student organization notices are not
accepted for publication.
WEDNESDAY, FEBRUARY 9
Day Calendarj
Programmed Learning for Business
Workshop-Michigan Union, 8:30 a.m.s
Dept. of Zoology Seminar-George W.
Nace, Dept. of Zoology, "Molecular
Problems of Development as Revealed
by Immunochemical Serendipity": 1400
Chemistry Bldg., 4 p.m.
Cinema-Guild Special Free Showing
-D. W. Griffith's "America": Archi-
tecture Aud., 7 and 9 p.m.
College of Engineering Computer Lec-
ture-Brice Carnahan, Depts. of Chem-
ical Engineering and Biostatistics, "An
Introduction to Digital Computers
and the MAD Language": Natural Sci-
ence Aud.,'7:30 p.m.
School of Music Concert-University
Chamber Orchestra, Nicholas Harsan-
yi, guest conductor; Robert Courte, vio-
la; Angel Reyes, violin: Hill Aud., 8:30
p.m.
Lecture-Wed., Feb. 12 noon: Steve
Aronson, majoring in Russian studies,
will discuss B. F., Skinner's "Walden
Two" in Rm. 2417 Mason Hall.
5-Hour Special Topics in Chemistry
-7th Series: Dr. Hans H. Brintzinger,
University of Basel, Switzerland, will
speak on "Metal Catalyzed Reactions."
The last topic of the series will be
"Mechanisms of Some Metallo-enzymic
Reactions," to be held on Wed., Feb.
9 at 8 p.m. in Rm. 1300 Chemistry
Bldg.
General Notices
Thursday Tea: The regular Thursday
Tea usually held at the International
Center from 4:30 to 6 p.m. will in-
stead be held at the Alpha Gamma
Delta House, 1322 Hill St., on Feb. 10.
A Kappa Kappa Gamma Fraternity
Fellowship in an amount up to $350 le
available for application by young
women who will be doing graduate
work in some area of rehabilitation-
speech therapy, occupational or physi-
cal therapy, or medicine. This, would
include work with the mentally re-
tarded. Applicants must be citizens of
the United States or Canada, not
over 30 years old, and have high
scholastic standing. This award is for
undergraduate students who have com-
pleted two years of undergraduate
work on a campus where a chapter
of this fraternity is located. Applica-
tions may be obtained from Mrs. Flor-
ence Lyons. 2011 BAB and must be
returned to her office by Feb. 24.
Linguistics Lecture: Prof. Gene M.
Schramm will speak on "Sub-Phonetic
Correspondences in Distantly Related
Languages," Thurs., 7:30 p.m., Feb.
10.
A Kappa Kappa Gamma Fraternity
Fellowship in the amount of $500 is
available for application by any wom-
an student not over 30 years of age
who has received her bachelor's de.
gree or will obtain it prior to July 1
of this year and who is a citizen of
the U.S .or Canada. The applicant
should have high scholastic standing
and have made a real contribution to
the life of the University. Applications
may be obtained from Mrs. Florence
Lyons, 2011 SAB and must be returned
to her office by Feb. 24.
Colloquium: Prof. Edward J. Bair,
Indiana University, will speak on "Vi-
brational Contributions to Reaction

Rates,"
p.m. in
Bldg.

PLACEMENT INTERVIEWS: Bureaur
of Appointments-Seniors & grad stu-a
dents, please call 764-7460 for appoint.
ments with the following:
MON., FEB. 14-- .
American Hospital Supply Corp.,
Evanston, II1.-Men, BA's & advanced
degrees in Gen. Lib. Arts, Astro., Econ.,
Journ., Physics, Soc. Work, Educ., Pub-I
lic Health, Pharm., Nat, Res. (Wood
Tech., Forestry, Conservation), Micro-
biol., Biochem. & Chem. Positions in
mgmt. trng., Mkt. Res., Merchandising,
Personnel, Prod., Public Admin., Pur-
chasing, Sales (inside & territorial).
ILocations throughout U.S. U.S. or
Canadian citizenship required.
Pacific Mutual Life fn,;urance Co.,
Los Angeles, Calif.-Men. MA's & BA's
in Gen. Lib. Arts, Econ., Journ., Math,
etc. for Insurance-home office, per-
sonnel, mgmt. trng., territorial sales.
investments: security analyst trainee
(p.m. only).
Civil Service Comm. of Canada, Ot-
tawa, Ontario-MA's & PhD's in An-
thro., Astro., Geog., Geol., Math, Phys-c
ics, Public Health, Wood Tech., For-i
estry, Cons., Wildlife Mgmt., Microbiol.,
Biochem. & Chem. Positions in scien-
tific res. All nationalities are invitedc
to interview: primary interest in Ca-3
nadians. Applications for Canadian Civ-
il Service must be filled out before
interview-available at Bureau of Ap-r
pointments.c
Chemical Bank New York Trust Co.,
N.Y.C.-April grads, degrees in Econ.,
Engl. & Poll. Set for banking posi-1
tions.c
Shell Oil Co., Houston, Tex.-BA'sR
& MA's in Gen. Lib. Arts & Econ. forv
elec. computing, personnel, purchasing,b
statistics, transport., finance & admin.a
Throughout U.S.S
TUES., FEB. 15-
Shell Oil Co., Cleveland, Ohio-Men.
Degrees in gen. lib. arts & econ. forv
inside & territorial sales.8
International Milling Co., Minneap-
olis, Minn.-Men. Degrees In Gen. Lib.
Arts & Foreign Languages (esp. Span-
ish). BA's & MA's in Math. Positions in
foreign trade, mgmt. trng., prod., terri-
torial sales & finance. Midwest or Eastn
locations.f
U.S. Civil Service Comm., Detroit -
Any lib. arts degree. Positions with
federal govtj through Federal Servicer
Entrance Exam. Career opportunities in
60 fields.
Great Lakes Naval Training Center,J
Great Lakes, 111.-Trainee positions in .
supply, mgmt. & budget analysis, com-
puter office & personnel for Electronic
Supply Office.e
Social Security Admin., Chicago -E

on Thurs., Feb. 10 at 8 t
Rm. 1300 of the ChemistryI
Placement

ter of full-time teaching.
WED., FEB. 16-
International Business Machines Corp.,
Detroit-BA's & MA's in Astro., Chem.,
Math, Physics Engrg. & all scientific
disciplines. Positions include Elec, com-
puting, mgmt. trng., sales, statistics,
mktg. repres., systems programming &
analysis in the field of space, intelli-
gence command, communications, etc.
Located in Detroit, Wash., D.C. &
other major cities.
Connecticut General Life Insurance
Co., Hartford, Conn.-BA & MA's in
Gen. Lib. Arts, Psych., Econ., etc. for
Insurance, inside & territorial sales.
Sales & sales mgmt. positions in major
U.S. cities. U.S. citizenship not req.

J. Walter Thompson, N.Y.C.-Eng- -BA's in Econ. & all degree levels in
lish majors or anyone with creative Math for Mgmt. Trng., Bus. Systems
writing ability for copy writing. & Op. Res. (p.m. only).
Needham Harper & Steers, Chicago- Merck & Co., Rahway, N.J. - Men
Men, degrees in Gen. Lib. Arts for with degrees in Gen. Lib. Arts & Chem.
advtg., mgmt. trng., & agency account. for territorial sales. Locations in Cen-
Locations include N.Y.C. & Chicago. tral U.S.
U.S. citizenship not required. Financial Programs, Inc., Livonia,
THURS., FEB. 17- Mich.-BA's in Gen. Lib. Arts, Econ.,
Chase Manhattan Bank, N.Y.C. - Law, Lib. Science, etc. for Insurance
Men, BA's & adv. degrees in Gen. Lib. Mgmt, Trng., Sales-inside & Register-
Arts, Econ., & Law for positions in ed Repres. Primarily S.E. Michigan lo-
banking in N.Y.C. & overseas branches. cations.
International Business Machines Corp., Honeywell, Inc., Minneapolis, Minn.
Detroit-See above. -BA & adv. degrees in Econ., Math &
Household Finance, Southfield, Mich. Philo. for Territorial Sales & Data
-Men. Degrees in Gen. Lib. Arts & Processing Trainees. Located in De-
Fine Arts for positions in banking, troit. Chicago, Wellesley, Mass.
mgmt. trng. & public admin. -
FRI., FEB. 18--

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ORGANIZATION
NOTICES
USE OF THIS COLUMN FOR AN-
NOUNCEMENTS is available to official-
ly recognized and registered student
organizations only. Forms are available
in Room 1011 SAB.j
* * *
Engineering Council, Concert andI
committee reports, Feb. 9, 7:30 p.m.,
3529 SAB.4
Joint Judiciary Council, Weekly
meeting, Feb. 9, 7:15 p.m., 3rd fl.
council room, SAB.I
Campus Young Socialist Alliance,
Discussion on Viet Nam, "Negotiation
or Withdrawal?" at 8 p.m., Feb, 19
Michigan Union, Room 3R-S. Speakers
will be Anatol Rapoport, mathematical
biologist at U. of M., and Lew Jones,
a national committee member of the
Young Socialist Alliance.{
* * *
Guild House, Comparative Christianj
worship (Roman Catholic), Feb. 9, 7:30-
8:30 p.m., 802 Monroe.
* ,'*
jFrench Club, Le Baratin, Jeudi, 3-5
p.m., 3050 Frieze Bldg. Venez tous.
Graduate Student Council, Business1
meeting, Feb, 9, 7 p.m., East Con-
ference Rm., Rackham Bldg.
*1 * 4

Chevron Chemical Co., San Fran-
cisco-BA & MA's in Gen. Lib. Arts,
Chem. & 'Lib. Science. Positions in
territorial sales & ass't, librarian (part-
time lib. & part-time literature res).
Various locations throughout U.S. after
trng. in S.F. Will consider those with
permanent visas, Div. of Standard Oil
of Calif.
Detroit Bank & Trust, Detroit-BA
& MA's in Gen. Lib. Arts, Econ. &
Speech for mgmt. trng. & banking
programs starting with commercial
credit & international loan depts.
Atlantic Refining Co., Phila., Pa.
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Matinees-$1.25
Eves, & Sun.-$1.50
NOW EVERYONE CAN SEE
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Newman Student Association, Ecu-
menical Dialogue group discussion
"What Are Laymen in the Church For
-Or Are They?'_ 8:30 p.m., Guild,
House, 802 Monroe.
* * *
Bahai Student Group, Fireside: "Why
Have Religions Caused Wars?" Speak-
er: Dr. William Hatcher, University of
Toledo, Fri., Feb. 11, 8:15 p.m., 1421 W.

Claims Authorizer Trainee. Review & Liberty. Transportation from SAB at
decide on eligibility of claimant to 7:45 p.m. Refreshments served.
justify payment of benefits. Benefit * *
Examiner Trainee, Evaluate evidence to Inter-Quadrangle Council/Assembly
determine right to continue payments, Association, House Presidents' meeting.
etc. to beneficiary. Feb. 10, 7 p.m., League.
Social Security Admin., Ann Arbor{ * * j
-Social Insurance Repres. Relate soc. Student Counseling Seminar, Spon-
security program to circumstances of sored byUAC and LSA Steering Com-
each person interviewed. Classroom & mittee, Wed., Feb. 9, 2-5 p.m., Union
on-the-job training. Ballroom,
Johns Hopkins Univ., Baltimore, Md.
- Students for Master of Arts in VOICE, General membership, Feb. 9,
Teaching Program, offered to grads 7:30 p.m., 3G Union.
who have not completed teacher train-* * *
ing & who wish to qualify for high University Lutheran Chapel, 1511
school teaching. Receive both teacher Washtenaw, Wed. evening devotion, 11.
certif. & M.A.T. Fellowships awarded Pastor A. Scheips, speaker, "To the
to each of 50 applicants selected. Sal- Rescue of a Martyr." Casual dress. All
aries paid to student for one semes- welcome.
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