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PAGE EIGHT

THE MICHIGAN DAILY

THURSDAY, APRIL '7', 1966

PAGE EIGHT THE MICHIGAN DAILY THURSDAY, APRIL 7,1966

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The Daily Offlci Bulletin is an Travel Club Films-"Nova Scotia to Doctoral Examination for Jerry Ward ogy-Mineralogy Journad Club on the
official publication of the UnliVer- April 7, 5615 Haven Hall, at 3 p.m. O'Dell, Psychology; thesis: "Group Size subject "Glaciological Studies in East
sity of Michigan for which The Chairman, A. H. Hawley. and Emotional InteractIon," Thurs., Antarctica," Thurs., April 7, at 4 p.m
Michigan Daily assumes no editor- April 7, 2447 Mason Hall, at 3 p.m. in 2054 Natural Science Bldg.
:al responsibility. Notices should be Doctoral Examination for Noah -Sam- Chairman, E. L. Kelly.
sent in TYI'iRI'I'TEN form to uel Brannen, Far Eastern Languages & Doctoral Examination for Paul Eu-
Room 3519 Administration Bldg. be-. Literatures; thesis: "The Dialect of Doctoral Examination for Luis Bel- gene Schupp, Mathematics; thesis: "On
fore p.m. of the day preceding Aoomisima in Three Generations: A tran, Comparative Literature; thesis: Dehn's Algorithm and the Conjugacy
publication, and by 2 p.m. Friday Bermuda": Aud. A, Angell Hall, 8 p.m. "The Old Woman and Authority: Evo- Problem," Thurs., April 7, 2235 Angell
for Saturday and Sunday. General rlution and Meaning of a Literary Char- Hall, at 3 p.m. Chairman. . C. Lyndon.
Notices may be published a maxi - Institute of Public Administration actor," Thurs., April 7, 1210 Angell Hall,
eof two times oneqhes o y Seminar-D. N. Chester, Nuffield Col- at 2 p.m. Chairman, T. J. Garbaty. Doctoral Examination for James
Student organiTation notices Fae not Bsty a gs& Adams ClarkEsishai anguage &Lit-
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accepted for publication. Hall, Rackham Bldg., 8 p.m. Doctoral Examination for Joseph Bird the Short Stories of Rudyard Kipling,"
________Deeds, Mathematics; thesis: "The Stone- 1 3
THURSDAY, APRIL 7 School of Music Recital-Music Edu Cech Operator and Its Associated Func- Thurs, April 7, 2601 aven Ha, at 3
cation Students: Recital Hall, School of tionals," Thurs., April 7, 356 W. Engrg. pmC
Bldg., at 1 p.m. Chairman, M. S. Ram-
CaenaiespparnenlAnAprian jn.Doctoral Examination for Jeysu
Da ae d r Music, 8:30 p.m.___L__t rcn, yonetlSy u
Stuen oranzaionnoics ae ot le eSc he oofishiUiesiyDeree R Aseitly-_AdamILen sCherk, EniroLnmenaleaLith;
Schol ofMusi Deree ecitl -thesis: "A Study of the Extraction and
University Management Development Schuyler Robinson, organist: Hill Aud., Doctoral Examination for Peter Mau- Cellular Transformation Rates of Select-
McignrUnn am. _ren n":8:3_pm. rice Enggass, Geography; thesis: "Land ed utrients by Sphaerotilus Species,"
Reclamation and Resettlement in th Thurs., April 7, 3008 SPH, at 9:30
Botany Seminar-Dr. Otto T. Solbrig, Lower Guadalquivir Basin," Thurs., a.m. Chairman, G. M. Ridenour.
Washtenaw District Nurses Associa- Harvard University, will speak on "Sys- April 7, 23 Angell Hall, at 10 a.m. Chair-
tion Conference - Registration, Rack- ematics, Cytology and Molecular Biol- man, George Kish.
0 ogy (The Use of Chemical CharactersWntedr60mer anemaletn
Uvs y an.ein Taxonomy)," Thurs., April 7, 4:15 to assist with Spring-Summer Registra-
p.m. 1139 Nat. Science Bldg. Lecture: Dr. Richard L. Cameron of tion, May 3 and 4 at Waterman Gym-
Inistitute of Labor and Industrial Re- ' ______ the Institute of Polar Studies, Ohio nasium. Report to Room 3007 Adnmin-
utionsn he hang"Tng Ae"ican So- Dept. of Architecture Lecture-April 7, State University, will address the Geol- istration Bldg. as soon as possible.c
Seminar-anheagn Amrinatin":83 .rc ngas egah;tei: Ln dNtinsb Sheoiu-pce,
ciety": Michigan Union, 1:30 p.m. at 3:30r pRm. A aAi FReried -lementinthThurs.,April7,3008S
Bot___ anyarchitonaris, FranceSobi, wLwrGaaqii ai, hr.,am himn .M ieor
Mental Health Research Institute lecture on "Methods of an Undeter-
Semiinar-Claude F. Baxter, Neurochem- mined Urbanism."______________________________
istry Laboratories, V.A. Hospital, Se-
pulveda, Calif., "Metabolism of Amino g(eUN ic esLetater
Acids in the CNS of Toads and Rats": eneiad -I$
1057 MHRI, 2:15 p.m. Doctoral Examination for Chaote Lin,
andSCor-3Comparative Literature; thesis: "Chin-
loneltos":ardche eitecr-TeCagSe tfcAan9op-m. et r hietLctureil7120Angll B OXUieriy il dreste el sto RElg ssona osbe
Cinema Guild-"Kind Hearts oiserie and Japonisme in French Lit-
Mn" htHeltRear.,h7nstitut.eretureon"ethds., ofr a7n10Uner
L ti saleHall, at 8 p.m. Chairman, R. J. Niess.
pnulaCisf.,s"Letarol-sGuyf Amino, WeneralGnrmices LerUs
"Some Aspects of Malagasy Phonology"
Rackham Amphitheatre, 7:30 p.m. Doctoral Examination for Walter Reed
Ce Gi KnHra CrBoland, Sociology; thesis: "American
ept. of Speech University l sIri ns J Higeireaton: rA
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