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PAGE EIGHT

THE MICHIGAN DAILY

SUNDAY, FEBRUARY 27, 1966

?AGE EIGHT THE MICHIGAN DAILY SUNDAY, FEBRUARY 27, 1966

The Week To Come: A Campus Calendar

Fire Fighting MHRI Investigates Systems Sciences

MONDAY, FEB. 28-
4:10 p.m.-John Rawls of the
philosophy department at Harvard
University will speak on "A Sketch
of a Theory of the Good" in Rm.
2003 Angell Hall.
4:10 p.m.-Oscar Budel of the
Romance languages department
will give a Dante Centenary Lec-
ture on "The 'Divina Commedia'
and Poetic Truth" in the Rack-
ham Amphitheatre.
4:15 p.m.-James F. Bosma of
the National Institute of Dental
Research will speak on "Develop-
ment of the Mouth in Infancy
and Childhood" in Kellogg Aud.,
School of Dentistry.
8 p.m.-The Department of Slav-
ic Lenguages will present Sveto-
zar Petrovic, Zagreb University,
Yugoslavia, speaking 'on "Trends
in Recent Yugoslav Literary Schol-
arship" in the West Conference

Rm., Rackham Bldg.
8 p.m.-Carl Oglesby, president
of Students for a Democratic So-
ciety, will speak on "American
Containment of World Revolution"
in Aud. A.
TUESDAY, MARCH 1
3 p.m.-"Newspapers and Social.'
Revolutions" will be the topic of
a lecture by Joseph Paull, noted
reporter, teacher, lecturer and law-
yer, in the Rackham Amphithea-
tre.
4:10 p.m. - The Department of
Slavic Languages will present
Svetozar Petrovic, Zagreb Univer-
sity, Yugoslavia, speaking on "Ba-
roque in Croatian Poetry" in .the
West Conference Rm., Rackham
Bldg.
8:30 p.m.-The University Mu-
sical Society will present the Vien-
na Octet as a part of the Chamber
Arts Series at Rackham Aud.

WEDNESDAY, MARCH 2
1 p.m.-G. P. Hodge, Medical
Illustration, will talk on "Path-
ology in Art" in Rm. 2501 East
Medical Bldg.
3:30 p.m.-A Cooley Lecture Dis-
cussion will be given by William
L. Cary and panel in Rm. 100
Hutchins Hall.
THURSDAY, MARCH 3
8:30 a.m.-Registration for Ar-
son Control Seminar in the Rack-
ham Bldg.
8:30 a.m.-"The Management of
Engineers and Scientists" will be
the title of a Bureau of Indus-
trial Relations Seminar in the Un-
ion.
FRIDAY, MARCH 4
8:30 a.m.-The Bureau of In-
dustrial Relations Seminar on
"The Management of Engineers
and Scientists" in the Union.
9 a.m.-Arson Control Seminar
in the Rackham Bldg.

Et (Continued from Page 1) Rapoport, with Prof. A 1 b e r t Platt indicates that seven booksI
~qipmeni
Human inter-actions must be Chammah, r e c e n t 1 y published by staff members have been pub-
studied to get at the root of al- Prisoner's Dilemma," a treatment lished in the last month.
Inade uatestudismosuicides, delusionsof of game theory in which the out- MHRI has a small library of
grandeur and wars., comes of conflict situations are some 3.000 volumes, but lack of
tmade predictable. space and the rapid out-dating of
(Continued from Page 1) Research on alcoholism by Prof. Prof. Manfred Kochen is study- former scientific discoveries has
Margaret -Clay has indicated that
A number of fire extinguishers, there is a great lack of general ing the feasibility of organizing a prevented any book older than
chosen at random, have been spot- knowledge about alcohol and that computerized medical information three years from staying on the
checked recently. In East Quad, no educational programs should be center with near - instantaneous shelves.
fire extinguisher that was checked started in secondary schools to turn-over of information. "We try to keep up to date on
has geen inspected since Septem- combat prejudices and biases Concerned that the specialized the growing edge of research in
ber 11, 1964, almost a year and a against problem diinkers in the language particular to the sepa- the behavioral sciences through
half ago. The extinguishers in community.G rate branches of human behav- p u b 1 i c a t i o n s and unpublished
South Quad were last inspected at Prof. Richard Meier is currently ioral sciences would slow down the mimeographed data," says Platt.-
about the same time. In ,West in Berkeley, Calif., working on the inter - communication of i d e a s, MHRI, Platt mentions, is one of
Quad, they haven't been inspected preliminaries for a long term pro- MHRI has instituted a series of the major centers for study of the
since June of 1964, almost two ject on the future of world ur- weekly seminars, held each Thurs- behavioral sciences. "Possibly one
years ago. banization, when up to 90 per day. In most seminars a 45-minute could include the Center fol Cog-
Tags on the extinguishers say cent of the people may live in city talk is given by one of the staff nitive Studies at Harvard, which
they should be inspected at least environments, members and a discussion period is largely for psychological studies,
every year. Prof. Bruce Russett, visiting pro- follows, designed to help other or the Stanford University center,
A Quad resident complained fessor from Yale has done stati members of the staff become bet- for advanced studies, which has a
about a firehose in East Quad tical studies of the social and eco- ter acquainted with the problems rotating, rather than permanentl
which is covered with black and nomic patterns of nations and and methodology of other disci- staff. MHRI is the only place in
white mildew and a dark red fun- shown that similarities in ways of plines. the world of this size working on
gus. According to one resident this life cause nations to group toge- Information on the results of
growth started last year when ther and carry out similar policies individual research projects is -- _--
someone turned the water on mo- toward different groups. * made available to the scientific
mentarily and the hose was not Studies in systems sciences are community at large through per-
dried thoroughly. The hose will not headed by Prof. Anatol Rapoport. iodical and book publications. Senior Staff 1
support nearly as much pressure
as it should with fibers that have __
been weakened by the mildew and
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these problems, as far as I know,"
says Platt.
Much intensive research remains
before preventative and curative
techniques will have reached a
stage where they can be put into
practice. The importance of MHRI
in eradicating mental disorders
and their attendant social disrup-
tions was sketched by Platt.
"In all aspects of military and
social organization, modern society
goes far beyond what the indi-
vidual can do, but with respect to
intellectual accomplishment, this
is not true. All the major break-
throughs in the advancement of
scientific knowledge have been the
work of one or two individuals,"
he said.
"At Mental Health we are bring-
ing together a diverse group of in-
dividuals; we hope they will learn
to talk together and create some-
thing which goes beyond what any
of us could do separately."

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counselors, waterfront, arts & crafts,
sports, cooks & nurse.
EDUCATION DIVISION:
The following schools will interview
at the Bureau:
'-MON., MARCH 7-
Pontiac, Mich.-All Fields.
Villa Park, Ill.-Elem. - K-6, Rem.
Read., Guid., Lib., Sp. Corr:; J.H. -
Engl., SS, Math, Music, Girls PE, Fr.,
Span., Home Ec., Ind. Arts.
Munster, Ind-Elem-K .6; Sec. -
Engl., SS, Gen. Set., German, Span.,
Math, Art, Couns., Audio Vis., Sp.
Ther., Dev. Read.
Wheeling, Ill.-Elem.-PE, Vocal; J.H.
-Lang. Arts, Gen. Set., Span., Girls
PE, Math/SS, Vocal, Inst./Band; Elem.
-Sp. Corr., Rem. Read., Soc. Worker,
Percept. Hdcp.
Fremont, Calif.-Elem.; J.H.-Engl.,
Read., Math, Set., Girls PE; H.S.-Eng-
lish, Math (Alg.), Gen. Set., Bus. Ed.,
Ind, Arts, For. Lang, Girls PE.
Clarkston, Mich.-Elem.; Sec.-Engl.,
Comm.. Shorthd./Typ., Ger., Fr., Art.
Set., Home Ec., Spec. Ed., Type A,
Visit. Teach.
TUES., MARCH 8-
East Lansing, Mich.-Elem.; Sec. -
Engl., Math, Fr., Span., Ger., Gen. St.,
Biol., Girls PE, Voc./Inst., Spec. Ed.,
Lib,., Ind. Arts, Chem./Phys., Graphic
Arts.
Lompoc, Calif.-Elem.-K-6, Ed. Ment.
Retard., _Train. Ment. Retard., Sp.
Ther., Lib~, Ortho. H{dcp.; J.H. - Math,
Engi,, Read., Set., Girls PE, Home Ec.,
Ger., Fr., Span.; H.S.-Engi., Math, Id.
Arts, Set., Girls PE, Bus., Fr., Span.,
Ger.
Dearborn Heights, Mich. (Crestwood
S.D.)-Elem.; Sec.-Ind. Arts, Home Ec.
Dearborn Heights, Mich. Dist. No. 8)
--Fields not stated.
Lakewood, Ohio-All Fields.
WED., MARCH 9-
Grand Rapids, Mich.-All Fields ex-
cept Boys PE & SS.
La Grange, Ill. (Dist. No. 102)-Elem.
-K-6; Gr. 6-8-Art, Span./Fr., Home
Ec., Ind. =Arts, Lib., Math, Vocal, PE,
Set., Lang. Arts/SS, Sp. Corr., Read.,
Guid.
Warren, Mich.-Elem-K-6, Art, Vo-
cal, Inst., Lib., Rem. Read.; Sec.-Engl.,
For. Lang., Home Ec., Ind. Arts, Bus.
Ld., Lib., Set., Math, J.H. Math/Sci.,
Diag., Girls PE (Swim), Ment. Re-
tard., Deaf, Blind, Visit. Teach., Sp.
Corr.
Hamm nd, Ind.-Elem.; Sec. - Art,
Chem., Engl./Drama, Engl./SS, Engl./
Journ., Engl./Rem. Read., Engl., Gen.
Se., Home c., Math, Girls PE, Boys
PE, 55/EngI., Vis. Hdcp., Sp./Hear.,
Emot. Dist., Ed. Ment. Retard., Train.
Ment. Retard., 'Deaf, Phys. Hdcp., Ger.,
Bus./Shorthand.
Massilon, Ohio-Elem.; J.H.-Vocal,
Engl., Latin, Span., Couns., Machine
Shop; H.S.-Speech, Bus. Ed.
Lexington, Mass.-Sec. - Engl., SS,

Math, Gen. Sci., Biol.; Earth Sci., Fr.,
Span., Read., Lib. (Head) ,Music, Art.
THURS., MARCH 10-
Albion, Mich.-Elem.; Sec. - Ind.
Arts, Engl., Math, Sci., SS, Lib., Voc./
Inst., Diag., Sp. Corr, Ment. Hdcp.
Walled Lake, Mich.-Eiem.-k-6, Vo-
cal, PE; Se.-Ind. Arts, Math, Sci,
Art, Dist. Ed., Home Ec., Vocal, Girls
PE, Engl., Fr., Bus. Ed.; Spec. Ed. -
Ment. Hdcp., Sp. Ther., Visit. Teach.,
Emot. Dist.
Gary, Ind.-Elem.-K-6, Vocal, PE,
Art; Sec.-Math, Engl., Bus. Ed., Guid.,
Art, PE, Home Ec., Sci., SS, Ind. Arts,
Music, For. Lang., Lib., Read., Sch.
Nurse, Ment. Hdcp., Phys. Hdcp., Brain
Impaired; Teach. Coord.-Ind. Ed., Bus.
Ed., Dist. Ed., Trade/Ind. & Tech. Ed.
Los Angeles, Calif.-Elem.; Sec. -
Agric., Bus. Ed., Engl., Girls PE, Home
Ec., Ind. Arts, Math, Sci., SS, Span.
These fields only.
Crestline, Ohio-Elem. - Lib., Rem.
Reading; Sec.-Bus. Ed., Phys Scl., Eng-
lish, Ger., Speech/Drama, Math, Latin,
Home Ec., Guid., Head Guid. Couns.
(MA).

FRI., MARCH 1I-
Torrance, Calif.-Elem.-K-6; 7 & 8
Departmentalized-Math, Engl., Phys.
Sci., Biol., Span., Fr., Ger., Bus. Ed.,
Ind. Arts, Girls PE, Spec. Ed. Couns.
Madison, Wis.Elem.; J.H.-English/
SS, -Engl./Hist., Engl./Civics, BSCS
Biol., Gen. Sci., Home Ec., Math;
H.S.-Bus. Ed., Chem., Engl., Fr., Ger.,
Span., Home Ec., Ind. Arts, Math, PSSC
Physics, SS; Sec.-Girls PE, Art, Lib.,
Elem. Voc./Sec. Inst., Ment. Retard.,
Spec. Ed.
Garden City, Mich. (Nankin Mills
P.S.)-All Fields.
Highland Park, Mich.-Elem.-Vocal,
Art Ind. Arts, Girls PE, Boys PE; H.S.
-Engl., SS, Ind. Arts, Fr.,.Boys PE, Bus.,
Spec. Ed.
Los Angeles, Calif.-See Thursday,
March 10.
- Maracaibo, Venezuela - Elem.-1-6;
J.H.-Engl., Girls PE/Sci.
* * *
Make Appointments Now.
For additional information and ap-
pointnnents, contact the Bureau of Ap-
pointments, Education Division, 3200
SAB, 764-7462.

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