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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

THURSDAY. JANUARY 6. 1966

PAn. GE 1X

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Ann Arbor will YOU meet in 1966?
Meet the Right Person for you through
MICHIGAN SCIENTIFIC
INTRODUCTION SERVICE
Combining thorough Personal Interviews
AND the immense capabilities of an IBM,
computer to introduce you to many compatible
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Interviews by appt.
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write for free brochure Chamber of Commerce
216 S. State St.

- """""" , "Applications for Faculty Research If you did sign up in the fall and r(, 9 ITLTT
Grants: Faculty members who wish to were not accepted for any reason, this
D A ILY O F IC I A L BU LLETIN apply for grants from faculty research is your chance to get on the list and _
funds to support projects should file fill out the season. The list of con-
their applications in Room 118 Rack- certs and special events will include a
ham Bldg. not later than Jan. 31, 1966..number of popular concerts that have r e Bsts u to
Instructions and format may be ob-I not as yet been publicized.#
(Continued from Page 2) (Committee on Institutional Coopera- tained in Room 118 Rackham, or you All Hill Aud. ushers who are signed
tion) will be in Ann Arbor on Jan. 10 may call 764-4405 and we will be glad up for the Special Popular Concert
duction. The Project will not support and 11. Faculty members wishing to to mail them to you. series should insert the following dates
work whose only relation to nuclear consult him may call Robert L. Wil-__ _ on the back of their usher cards, as
energy is a routine use of isotope llams' office for an appointment, '764- Fulright-Hays Awards for Faculty these dates for the second semester
tracer techniques. 9292. Members: A revised list of lecturing were not available when the tickets
Requests for grants of $3000 or less and research awards still available for were printed. The dates and events
are most appropriate. Grants may cov- French and German Screening Exam- sfollow-Jan. 15-Stan Getz. Feb. 5- )Continued from Page 1) the U first. It has since
1966-67 has just been received and may ) h.UnlVel'5ly frt thsST
er equipment, supplies, research assist- nations: The Grad School's examina- be consulted the Graduate Bill Cosby. Feb. 19-Mitchell Trio, been learned that the automobil
ance, and field trips. Applications for tions in French end German for Doc-e ships Office Room 110 Rackham Bdg.e March-New Christy Minstrels. TheAssociation, representingtnhsugein'ne.ic
these grants should be returned to toral candidates svill be administered shp Ofre. oomnng 110 Rarcum ldg. archa 1-iNe Christ Mine.Th jr o, eprentcoint git' companies' initial conception of
the Phoenix Project by Mon.. Jan. 31, on Sat. morning. Jan. 8, from 9 to 11 erar ois Hin A itu April 2 stands as is. . declined comment on the institute was ponsiderably
1966. Grants will be made by April 1. a.m. in Auditorium B, Angell Hall. All Amri), Atudies ioranitra- AnHare's charges, referring ques-
blanks may be obtained students planning to take one of these ogy, Botany, Economics and Business Biological Research Awards: To en- tioners to University officials.
from the office of the Phoenix Proj- examinations must register for it, be- Administration, Education, Engineer- courage and support undergraduate par- Hare, interviewed here after his announced on De. 17. Automobile
ect at the Phoenix Memorial Labora- fore Sat., Jan. 8. at the Reception ing English iLterature, English as a ticipation in biological research. awards design and its relation to Safety
tory on the North Campus or by call- Desk of the Grad School Office in the ign L trag e , Hnls as are available under a rgrchswar- statement, said The auto corn- was one factor reportedly not In-
in 6-23 akumBd.Foreign Language, Geology. Home Eco- aeaalbeudraprogram spn-waon fctreptdlnti-
ug 764-6213. Rackham Bldgnomics, Journalism, Mathematics, Medi- Sored by the Dept. of Zoology and the panles have every right to give cluded by the automobile com-
Doctoral candidates must pass the cine. Pharmacy. Physics, Political Sci- National Science Foundation. In the their grants wherever they want panis.
Doctoral Candidates who expect to objective screening exam before tak- ence, Psychology, Sociology, and Zool- program, students engage in research to, but the number of people in GrniS
receive degrees in April, 1966, must ing the written test in French or ogy. projects with participating staff mem- Gordon Sheehe, director of the
have at least three bound copies (the German, unless they have received a Faculty members who wish to receive becs. Applications are now invited this field is very limited, ad this MSU center, refused comment on
original in a "spring binder") of their grade of B or better in French 111 spring announcements of Fulbright- from students wishing to participate sets up a situation where two the controversy, saying only, "We
dissertation in the office of the Grad- or German111. Hays awards for 1967-68 are advised to during the Winter Term (part-time great schools in the same state stud
unte School by Fri., March 11, The re- For further information call the Re- request them now of the Committee basis, stipend $100) plus 10 weeks ingthY accidents realizing that
port of the doctoral committee on thear fihng orte ew ntetee
orrloexaminatirn masttbe filed ception Desk. Office of the Grad School, on International Exchange of Persons, the spring or summer (full-time, st ae f ing o te ew in e there are many causes-even if
ith the ecordertof t e Gaue 764-4402. Conference Board of Associated Re- pend $600). Awards are made on a field. there is one 'trigger cause'-and
with the Recorder of the Graduate_ _search Councils, 2101 Constitution Ave.. competitive basis, with interest andi The University spokesman said try to establish the degree of im-
School together with two copies of N.W., Washington, D.C., 20418. proven aptitude being primary criter-
the thesis, which is ready in all re- Education and Training Allowance: ia, Students in any biological science, that the University had originated portance of each."
spects for publication, not later than Students elegible for and electing to - --o nohrsbet ihsial x iCSIr ntesbeti h
Mon., April i receive education and training allow- Ushers: Applications will be accept- or in other subjects with suitable ex- discussion on the subject in the The 25-man MSU center has
M__.,_Apri__11. ance under Public Law 634, 894, or 815 ed on Tes, Jan. 11 from 7 p.m. to 9 perience, are eliible. For full details early part of November. Several studied accident records, courts,
Stanley F. Salwak, director of CIC during the winter semester must bring p.m. at the Box Office at Hill Aud. and application form, request inPforma-,veSOnS Of the proposal passed d studiedacin, rerscors.
their veterans' affairs election cards, i from any persons on campus who may ation on "NSF Undergraduate Program" e n the s a d drive' education, driver licensing,
signed by their advisors and ID cards be interested in ushering for the re- at Zoology Dept. office. 2091 Natural between the University and indus- drver improvement, law enforce-
to the Office of Veterans Affairs, 4557 (maining concerts in each series in Science Bldg. Application deadline try representatives. Final agree-ment, engineering, public infor-
Administration Bldg., during the week both Hill Aud, and Rackham, to fill ment was reached in early De- mation and vehicle safety condi-
of Jan. 1 0through 14. vacancies caused by graduation, etc. Student Government Council Approval cember. tion. It has issued several reports
E R Y n- Tgmhe e or un sh w v r, t ov. e r e Ro n y a d"oh r
X--u events becomes effective 24 hours after
ER Ithe publication of this notice. All reported Sunday that the auto- state officials on traffic safety
-u Q A 1F 7 t" publicity for these events must be mobile industry had approached, problems.

Third succe-%ful year in Ann Arbor

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withheld until the approval has beconie
effective.
Approval request forms for student
sponsored events are a'vailable in Room
1011 of the SAB.
India Students Association, screen-
ing an Indian movie, Dec. 18. 7 p.m.,
Angell Hall. Aud. A.
Alpha Phi Omega, Open Rush meet-
!ng, Jan. 10, 7 p.m., Room 3R & 3S,
Union.
The Military Ball Committee and
ROTC Units, The Military Ball, Feb. 12,
9-12 p.m., U. of M. Women's League.

position as sales repres
Mgmt. Consultants, Penna.-Inorganic
chemist tor chemical company located OZ IO
in eastern Penna. Research extraction
of metals from ores.
Ktordite Corp., Macedon, N.Y. -
Senior Programmer. Degree in bus. ad. NOTICES
or math pref. 2 yrs. exper., IBM 1400
equip. exper. pref._ _
Kanakee State Hospital, Illinois -
Social Work Trainees. Women. BA req. USE OF THIS COLUMN FOR AN-
15 mos. training includes limited case- NOUNCEMENTS is available to officially
load & seminars, etc. recognized and registered student or-
American Metals Products, Detroit- ganizations only. Organizations who
Market Analyst. Immed. openings for are planning to be active for the Spring

Pln avenienPt

" ------ mate grad, degree in Econ, or Bus. Ad. Term must be registered in the Office
Gt{t 3-10 yrs. exper. in product planning, ,of Student Organizations by Jan. 27,
C'POSITION OPENINGS: mktg., etc. helpful. 1966. Forms are available in Room,1011
De Leuw, Cather & Co., Chicago - * * * SAB.
SBe s r aSoils Engineers for various soil stud- For further information, please call * * *
ies located in U.S. & overseas. 5 yrs. 764-7460. General Div., Bureau of Ap- Bahai Student Group, Fireside dis-
soil exper. required. pointments, 3200 SAB. cussion: "The Future of Man," Fri.,
Dept. of Interior, Bureau of Indian Jan. 7, 8 p.m., 3545 SAB. All interested
Persian rints ~ ~~~~Affairs, Littleton, Colo. - Landscape, UMRPAEETsIvC:wloe
ersi n prin sArchitect. Degree, no exper. required. M R PLACEMENT SERVICE: welcome.
Higher rating for exper. Work in field Higbie Mfg. Co., Rochester, Mich.- Cercle Francais, Baratin, Thurs., Jan.
dia printsu etechnical office. eTemp. employment for senior students 6, 3-5 p.m., 3050 Frieze Bldg.
prints ~~~~~~apols Ind.-Attn.: April Grads. 3 SO eBlnsGnraldr.Cae ChiinScee0
1tLj. SaeLf IsrneCoIda- mc.EnggacgCo u, ad. hita cec OgnztoTus
rugead toyueMich.--Openinzg for matcutter &3evenin
UUcunterman. Thurs, 7:30 p.m., 3545 SAB.
f Elliot Tours, Detroit-Multi-lingual *
students for couriers to conduct tours Folk Club Dance (WAA), Folk dance
Scrolls throughout Europe. All expenses paid. with instruction, every Fri., 8-11 p.m.,
Read andIl Use U.S. Civil Service Comm., Wash.. D.C. Barbour Gymnasium.
-Announces exam for trainees in Car-
IIR y.s . tography, Chem., Engrg, Math, Ocean- Guild House, Friday, noon lunch,
Diy lssifieds ography, Physics. "The Climate of Protest in the Univer-
lix,* Vsity," Vice-President Richard Cutler,
1iD A AS OFor applications and details come Jan. 7, 12-1 p.m., Guild House, 802
,j to summer Placement, 212 SAB. Monroe.
330 Maynard Street (across from the Arcade)
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Why not put your extra dollars to work for you? Those holiday
earnings, Christmas gifts or your semester allowance can earn in a
savings account at our high 41 %4per cent current annual rate. And, if
you save by Monday, January 10, your savings will start earning from
the first of January, the beginning of a new earnings period.

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