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PAGE EIGHT
DAILY OFFICIAL BULLETIN'

(Continued from page 2) educational quality. Therefore we feel
certain qualities are necessary in mem-
Energy Hazards, Evaluation of Hazards hers of the board, and we hope that;
to Urban Populations from Nuclear you will consider these characteristics
Activities, and Economic Studies of in making your choice.
Nuclear Activities Including Power Pro- Perhaps the most important trait
duction. The Project will not support would be flexibility based on a strong
work whose only, relation to nuclear educational background. Progress in ed-
energy is a routine use of isotope ucation demands innovation, and inno-.
tracer techniques, . vation means the acceptance of new
Requests for grants of $3000 or less ideas. Those familiar with the prob-
are most appropriate. Grants may cov- lems of education and dedicated to
er equipment, supplies, research assist- finding solutions to those problems
ance, and field trips. Applications for are those most likely to be open to
these grants shouldbe returned to new concepts and practices in educa-
the Phoenix Project by Mon., Jan. 30. tion.
Grants will be made by April 1, 1967. A direct corollary to flexibility vis-a-
Application blanks may be obtainet vis the institution is an understanding
from the office of the Phoenix Proj- of the constant challenges being made
ect at the Phoenix Memorial Labora- to the very nature of university edu-
tory on the North Campus or by call- cation. Faculty and students are al-
ing 764-6213, ways re-evaluating their functions and
roles within the community, and this
Zoology Seminar: Dr. Hampton L. Car- continuing process must be encouraged
son, professor of biology at Washington as well as permitted. A Regent should
University, St. Louis, will speak on understand .this necessity, and be a
"Chromosomal Evolution and Ecology link in working with the public to
in Hawaiian Drosophila," on Wed., Jan. help explain the desirability of con-
25 at 4 p.m., 1400 Chemistry Bldg. stant ,elf-evaluation and progress.
This seminar is sponsored by Zoology We see no reason to express any
graduate students. arbitrary preferences with regard to age,
Botany Seminar: Hollings T. Andrews, ,ex, or political party. We simply hope
that you will choose the person who
University of Kansas, will speak on "stu wtllnoe ftheserson i..o
"Problems in Morhpoloey and Taxonomy ;a the best balance of these attn-
of the Chrysophytes" Wed., Jan. 25, 4:15 butes (passed unanimously, Jan. 19,
p.m., 1139 Natural Science Bldg. 1967) .
_,__t___B Approved: The following letter to the
Movie: A movie of Georg Polya's dem- Reents m
onsratonof heheuisic roessin At the moment none of us knows
onstration of the heuristic process in pxactiv what legal actions will be tiken
mathematical problem solving, "Let's a'ainst Cinema Guild for its presen-
Teach Guessing," will be shown in Aud. tation' of "Flaming Creatures," but
D, Angell Hall, at 4:10 p.m. on Thurs., there is a question we can ask; "If ar-
Jan. 26, rests are made, will there be legal sup-
port forthcoming from the University
University of Michigan Employes Lo- !administration?" We hope that the an-
cal 1583: Will hold its monthly mem- swer is yes, because we see a potential
bership meeting on Thurs. evening, Jan. threat to the academic life of the Uni-
26, at 7 p.m. in Room B-229 of Angell versity. It is not a large step from
Hall on the U. of M. Campus. Presi- seizing Cinema Guild movies judged
dent. Al Taylor is urging all members obscene by the police to seizing assign-
to attend. It will be a two-fold meet- ed readings judged obscene by the po-
ing, for at 8 p.m. Michigan State Em- lice. In fact, something of a link al-
ployes Union Council No. 7 Vice-Presi- rayeit ntefc htmn
1:=ready exists; gin thefactGtht an
dents Betty Tipton and Floyd Kersey teachers assign Cinema Guild movies
will precede with an area meeting un- to their classes.
til 9 p.m. Locals of the American Fed- There is probably no need to go into
eration of State, County and Municipal a complete explication of the recent
Employes, AFL-CIO participating in this events. There is also no need to ex-{
area meeting will be Howell State Hos- plain that we are not asking for in-
pital Local 658; Ypsilanti State Hospi- creased University intervention in the
tal Local 1105; Adrian Area Local 1571; conduct of the student organizations.I
Eastern Michigan University Local 1666,I Rather, we are requesting that the
and University of Michigan Local 1583 Regents join with Cinema Guild (or
serving as host. any future defendant in a similar case)

THE MICHIGAN DAILY
Appointed: Linda Moran, Roger Leed, ates and seniors make appointments by Quality Queen Laundry, Detroit -
John Bishop, Stupart Gordon, Jim Spur- 4 p.m. of the day preceding the visits Pickup delivery work for summer,
Tier, Dick Buckles to the Student Hous- by the following companies, All em- Retail Credit Co.-300 branches in -
ing Executive Committee. ployers e pect to see your file before U.S., 21 yrs. old, type & have auto.
Appointed: Tom Van Lente, John Kel- the interview Please return forms and Camp Tamarack, Mich.-Coed. Will
ley and Jim Spurrier to Vice-President update your files as soon as possible. Interview Jan. 25 and 26, 9-5 p.m.,
Cutler's Committee. Call 764-7460, General Division Des. for counselors and supervisors and spe-
Approved: That Angel Flight be rec- THURS., JAN. 26-- cialists in arts and crafts, waterfront,
ognized as a student organization, S. S. Kresge Co., Detroit-BA in Gen. nature, dramatics, music, truck, bus
Approved: That Film Club Interna- Lib. Arts for Mgmt. Trng. driver, kitchen manager, nurse. Appli-
tional be recognized as a student or- Michigan Department of Social Serv- cations and details at Summer Place-
ganization. ices, Lansing, Mich.-BA Psych., Soc. & ment Service, 212 SAB.
Approved: That Folklore Society be Pre-Soc. Work areas for Social Work. Camp Mataponi, Me.-Girls. Will in-
recognized as a student organization. Scott Paper Co., Marketing Div., Phila. terview here Jan. 27, 10 to 4 p.m. Look-
Approved: That Friends of the Ark be Pa.-BA/adv. degrees Gen. Lib. Arts, ling for head counselor, specialty coun-
recognized as a student organization. Econ., Engl., Poll. Sci., Soc., Geog., selors in waterfront, land sports, arts
Approved: That University of Michi- Hist. & Libr, Sci. for territorial sales and crafts. Details and applications at
gan Institute of Traffic Engineers be and Mgmt. Trng. Summer Placement Service, 212 SAB.
recognized as a student organization. FRI JAN. 27- *
Approved: That University of Michi- F . JA. 7-Applications & further information,
gan Scottish Country Dance Society be Procter and Gamble Distnkbuting Co. Summer Placement Service, 212 SAB.
as a student organization. Cincinnati, Ohio - BA/adv. degrees
recognized a tdn rgnzto.;Econ.,Enl_&Ge.Li._rsorI__weevl
Approved: That Viet Nam Club be rec- ., EngI. & Gen. Lib. Arts for In-
ognized as a student organization, side & Territorial Sales.
Approved: That Aldergate Student sScott Paper Co., Corporate, Phila., ENGINEERING PLACEMENT INTER-
Fellowship be recognized as a student Pa.-BA Econ., Engl., Fine Arts, Gen. VIEWS: Make interview appointments
organization. Lib. Arts, Hist, Philo., Poli. Sci., Psych, at Room 128-H, West Engineering Bldg.
Approved: That Student Government & Soc. for Consumer Rep. & Acctg. JAN. 30-
Council authorize the use of $1000 as Amsted Industries, Inc.
bail for any Cinema Guild members POSITION OPENINGS: California Inst. of Tech.-Jet Propul-
arrested as a result of the seizure of American Express Co., N.Y.C. - All sion Laboratory.
a Cinema Guild presentation on the levels: Trainees. Tax Accts., and Data Detroit Civil Service Commission,
night of Jan. 18, 1967. Process. With 3-4 yrsH exper. mm.: Staff Hercules Powder Co.
I Proces. Wit 3-4 ys.ohnprDeere: SCo.
Student Government Council is ex- Assts., superv. banking reconciliation Jon Stainless Steels
tremely concerned with this case of Sup. of Acetg., Sr. Field Audit. & Finan- Peter Kiewit Sons, Co
censorship of a University of Michigan cial Analysts. Peter & GamSosCo
art presentation, and expresses its com- Midwest Research Institute, ;Kansas
plete support of Cinema Guild dur- City, Mo.-Bacteriol. & Toxicol. PhD's iProcter & Gamble - Charnin Paper {
ing this police interference. , Biochem. BA Econ, adv, degrees. Other Sherwin-Williams Co
Appointed: The following to the Pres- openings in Chem., Engrg., Math & n-Wlis C y.
U.S. Naval Ship Missile Systems-Pa-
ident's Commission on Decision Mak- Phys. cific Missile Range.
ing: Bruce Kahn, Kenneth Pickard, Rog- Chas. Pfizer & Co., Inc., Groton, Conn. JAN. 31-
er Leed, Neal Bruss. -Analytical Chemists, BS/MS plus some Avis Industrial Corp.
Appointed: Gretchen Groth to serve indust. exper. California Inst. of Tech.-JeI Propul-
as alternate member on the President's Local Government Office-Immediate sion Laboratory.
Commission on Decision Making. openings for grads in Mich. & Ohio. Detroit Civil Service Commission.
Appoirted: The following to the Pres- Test admin. locally, immed. results and Pittsburgh Plate Glass Co.
ident's Commission on Draft-Class Rank offer. Job involves meeting wide va- Procter & Gamble Co.
Ruth Baumann, Tom Lieder, Robert riety of people. Ryan Aeronautical Co.
Seideman. Wayne County Training School, North- Standard Oil (NJ)-Esso & Humble Co.
Approved: That SGC voice its dis- , Mich.-Men, over 20 for Child Timken Roller Bearing Co.
content with the proposed use "of stu- Care Trainees, 40 hr. week, shifts allow
dent fees in the const'uction of a .cont. education, trans, necessary. Spec.
University theatre. It is obvious that Ed., Psych., Soc., or related subject ma-
the decision to go ahead with this jors. With or without degree.
PeaceCrs-Oeig nsrn
project is, in effect, a clear establish- ce Corps - Openings on sprng
,ieto roiis.W elta n training schedules, starting in April &,
tnDO0YOU0LiKy
decision involving the establishment of ng for L s tsstPE niA EduYU K
such priorities, must, of necessity, in- Econ. or Bus., Social York, Cty. Plan.
volve the entire University community. & Nursing backgrounds.
The issue of whether or not a new N.Y. State Dept. of Civil Service -
theatre is needed is not so much sub- Public Admins. Internships for 1 yr., G t
;tfor MPA ol.S. Gv. ublc ffir G et t e 'sti
ject to question as are the methods July '67-June '68. BA plus course work .
Therefore, until such time as the ad- or Govt. Admin. masters program, or
ministration recognizes and acts upon have LLB. If have only BA by June
the necessity of such consultation, we apply for Public Careers test, exam No.
feel that it would be an abrogation 2220. Applications and further infor-
of their responsibility to the Univer- mation at Bureau.
sity community to go ahead with the * *k
project. For further information please call

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Pla ement

Summary of Action Taken by Student
Government Council at Its Meeting
January 19, 1967
Approved: The following letter to Gov.
George Romney:
Dear Governor Romney,
We write to you concerning the vac-
ancy on the Board of Regents of the
University of Michigan. As you know,
the University must be a dynamic in-
stitution if it wants to maintain a
position of intellectual leadership and

In expression of united support for the
principles of academic freedom which
have been challenged by this act of
censorship, and which affects not only
Cinema Guild and its audience. but
all those who believe in the free ex-
change of ideas.
We hope you will give serious con-
sideration to this request (passed unan-
imously, Jan. 19. 1967).
Appointed: Tom Van Lente chair-
man of the Student Housing Associa-
tion.

SUMMER PLACEMENT SERVICE:
PLACEMENT INTERVIEWS: Gradu- 212 SAB-

Juniors, Senii
areas will
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