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Re port on U'
Pr posals for
New Faeifities
Review of Objectives
Sees Wide Expansion;
Future Building Boom
(Continued from Page 1)
In the past ten years the fed-
eral matching grants programs'
have supplemented this State fund'
support for the health science pro-
jects particularly.
The booklet contains a sum-
marized table of the University's
long-range capital outlay request
to the Legislature, a request for
nearly $150 million over five years.
Extensive Land Holdings
The University's historic and
current land holdings are revealed
in the booklet. As of last year, the
University held nearly 21 thou-
sand acres, less than three thou-
sand of which were in the Ann
Arbor area.I
The report also describes sev-
eral measures of University growth.
It measures enrollment last year
at 36,063, building area at nearly
16 million square feet, and build-
ing investment at almost $106
"For the fifteen year period
from 1951 through 1966, the aver-
age annual increase for the invest-
ment in buildings was just under
$10 million," according to the re-
port. "The lowest annual increase
in building investment for this

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Mead Johnson and Co., Evansville, Ill.F
-BA/adv. degrees Econ., Gen. Lib. Arts,
Math, Poll. Set., Pharm, Chem.
FRI. FEB. 10-
Caterpillar Tractor Co., ePoria, Ill. -}
BA/adv. degrees in Econ., Engl., JournP
& Math for Adc., For. Trade, Mgmt.
Trng., Mktg. Res., Personnel, Produc-
tion. Purchasing, Sales, Stat., Publica

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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-
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Notices may be published a maxi-
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Calendar items appear once only.
Student organization notices are not
accepted for publication. For more
information call 764-8429.
Day Calendar
Symposium in Chemical Physics Lee-
ture-E. Bright Wilson, Jr., Harvard
University, "The Structure of Some
Rotational Isomers and the Problem
of Non-Bonded Forces in Molecules":
296 Physics-Astronomy, 8 p.m.

Winter Term (II), 1968, are nowc
able in Room 1220 Angell Hall.
pleted applications will be dueC
before Feb. 27, 1967. Applicants
have had at least onze full ser
of residence in this collegeI
scholarships are awarded on both
and scholarship, need being the
mary consideration, but applicants
have at least a 3.0 scholastic averag
Student Government Council Ap
of the following student spon
events becomes effective 24 hours
the publication of this notice. All
licity for these events must be
held until the approval has becor
Approval request forms for sti
sponsored events are available in
1011 of the SAB.
Committee to Aid the Vietna
Sell literature, winter 1967, Fishbo
Committee for Improved Edu
Bucket drice for Children's Comm
Feb. 17, all day, Central Campus.
U. of M. LaCrosse Club, Massi
ing, Feb. 23,.8 p.m., 130 BA.

Com- S
on or G
must I
LS&A f
e pri- F
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after N
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udent I
Cation, I
unity, F

Minnesota Mutual Life Insurance Co., RelationsWriting and Data Process.
St. Paul, Minn.-BA/adv. degrees Econ., American Institute for Foreign Trade,
Gen. Lib. Arts & Math,for Computing, Phoenix, Ariz.-BA interested in at-
ns., Securities Analyst, Group Sales. tending institute.
Aetna Casualty and Surety Co., Hart- Aetna Life Insurance Co., Saginaw,
ford, Conn.-BA/adv. degrees Econ., Ed- Mich,-BA Econ., Educ., Engl., Law,
ucation, Engl., Gen. Lib. Arts, Geog., Speech, Soc. and Soc. Work for Mgmt.
Hist., Journ., Law, Libr. Sci., Math, Trng. and sales in Mich.
Philo., Poli. Sci., Public Health, Speech, Young Women's Christian Association,
Soc. & Soc. Work for Ins., Sales & N.Y.C.-BA/adv, degrees Educ., Gen. Lib.
Field Representatives. Arts, Public Health, Soc., Social Work,
Joseph T. Ryerson and Son, Inc., Chi- and Phys. Ed. for Recreation, Social
cago, Ill.-BA Econ., Gen. Lib. Arts, Work and Group Work.
Math, Phys. for Adv., Computing, Mktg.
Res., Merchan., Product. & Sales, SUMMER PLACEMENT SERVICE:
THURS., FEB. 9- 212, SAB-
Ford Motor Co., Dearborn, Mich. - INTERVIEWS:
BA/adv. degrees Chem, Econ., Law, FEB. 1-
Llbr. Sci., Phys. and Psych. for Com- Camp Nahelu, Mich.-Coed. Will be
puting, Insurance, Mgmt. Trng., Per- here to interview Feb. 1 from 1 to 5.
sonnel, Production, Purchasing, Sales, Looking for cabin counselors, water-
Stat. and Trans. front, arts and crafts specialists, ath-
Michigan Department of Social Ser- letics and dramatics. Applications and
ces, Lansing, Mich.-BA/adv, degrees details at Summer Placement Service,
Psych. and Soc. Work for Soc. Work, 212 SAB.
Psychologists and Teachers. FEB. 2-3--
General Foods Corp., White Plains, Camp Sequoia, N.Y.-Coed. Arts &
N.Y.-BA/adv. degrees Econ., Engl., Gen. crafts, tennis, music, pioneering, assist-
Gib. Arts, Hist, Journ., Math, Poli. Sci., ant waterfront male or female, male
Psych., Speech, Soc., iochem., Chem., for astronomy.
For Computing, Mgmt. Trng., Mktg. Res., Eastman Kodak Co., N.Y.-Srs. & grads
Personnel, Product., Purchasing, Sales, in Engrg,, Chem., Phys., Math, Acctg.
Stat., Res. & Dev. & Bus.

FEB. 6-
Camp Birch Train, Wis. - Private
girl's., crafts, gymnastics, photography,
nature, drama, dance and tripping coun-
selors, also female kitchen manager,
ACA member camp.
Summer Jobs with U.S. Post Office
-Throughout U.S. Applications for test
are due Feb. 9, form 5000AB available
at Summer Placement Service, 212 SAB.
* * *
Details and information at Summer
Placement Service, 212 SAB Lower Level.
VIEWS: Make interview appointments
at Room 128-H. West Engineering Bldg.
FEB. 8-
All-Steel Equipment, Inc.
Allen-Bradley Co.
B. F. Goodrich Co.
Canadair Limited.
Electronics Associates, Inc.
Environmental Sci. Services-Commis-
sioned Corp.
General Foods Corp.
General Tire & Rubber Co.
Inland Steel Co.
International Harvester Co.
Monsanto Co.
Square D Co.
U.S. Coast Guard.
Westinghouse Electric Corp.

Leave May


Return July 14th


Round Trip.




Call 663-9936

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To Swap?

Zoology Seminar: Dr. David Luck. I
associate professor, The Rockefeller Uni- Placem ent
versity, New York City, will speak on E
"Mitochondria) DNA of Neurospora Cras- PLACEMFNT INTERVIEWS: Gradu-
sa," Wed., Feb. 1, 4 p.m., 1400 Chemis- ates and seniors make appointments by
try Bldg. 4 p.m. of the day preceding the visits
_______ y the following companies. All em-I
Anatomy Seminar: Dr. Bjorn Fritzell, ployers erpect to see your file before
research associate, Kresge Hearing Re- the interview Please return forms and
search Institute, will speak on "The update your files as soon as possible.
Palatal Muscles in Speech. An EMG Call 764-7460, General Division Desk.
Study," Wed., Web. 1, 4 p.m., 2501 East 1 MON., FEB. 6-
Medical Bldg. New York Central System Railroad,
Junior Year in France and Germany: Chem., Biochem., Econ., Gen. Lib. Arts,
Applications for the University of Mich- Geog., Geol., Hist., Law, Math, Phys.
igan Junior Year Abroad at Aix-en- & Poll. Sci. for Computing, Mktg. Res.,
Provence, France and for the Junior Purchasing, Sales, Stat. & Trans.
Year Abroad at Freibury, Germany. Air Force Logistics Command, Wright-
should be filed no later than today Patterson Air Force Base, Ohio - BA
with the Office for Study Abroad, 1223 Econ. & Math for Computing. Mgmt.
Angell Hall. Trng. andCPersonnel.
j____ Xerox Corp., Birmingham, Mich. -
Botany Seminar: Dr. Bernard Kauf- BA adv. degrees Econ., Gen. Lib. Arts,
man, McCollum-Pratt Institute, Johns Hist., Journ., Poli. Sci. Psych, & others
Hopkins University, will speak on "The for inside and territorial sales.
Chemistry and Biosynthesis of Gycoli- TUES., FEB. 7m ,
pids ." 4:15 p.m., 1139 Natural Science U.S. Civil Service Commission, Detroit
Bldg.and other locations--All fields for SS
Bdg._Admin., SS Payment Centers and all
employment under the FSEE.
(;(~leI~Il!\1 tic~ .ordan March (:Allied Stores Corp.),
G ej 6Miami. F la.-BA adx'. degrees Econ., Genz.
Zoology Seminar: Leon W. Browder, Lib. :Art-, & Bus. for Mgmt. Trng.,
Universit of Minnesota, will present a ktg. Res., Merchan., Personnel & Re-
seminar on "A Developmental Genetic tailng.
Analysis of Pigmentation in Rana Pip- WED., FEB. 8-
iens," Thurs.. Feb. 2. at 4 p.m. in Inland Steel Co., Chicago, Ill. - Any
Room 2084 Natural Science Bldg. degree or major for Mgmt. Trng., Sales
& Finance.
Applications for LSA Scholarships: National Center for 1health Statistics,
For the Spring Summer Term (IIIA and Wash., D.C.-BA adv. degrees Econ.
[IIB) 1967; Fall Term (I), 1967; and Math, Psych., Soc. & Stat. for Stat.


Daily Classifieds




MBA's with Technical Background
Industrial Nucleonics, since 1951, has concentrated on developing
on-line analytical measurement and control systems for the country s
basic raw materials processors. With over 98 percent of all systems
ever built still in daily service-and providing the user with
tangible economic benefits through guaranteed results - AccuRay
systems have become a standard of reliability and performance.
To you, Industrial Nucleonics offers a unique opportunity to move
among diverse disciplines; to innovate and explore modern methods
in management, marketing, engineering, and production; and to
assume a responsible management position early in your career.
You would work in a creative atmosphere: in Columbus, in a campus-
like setting, adjacent to The Ohio State University; or in one of the
rapidly expanding major-city sales territories in the U.S., Canada,
or Western Europe.
If you would like to explore a career with us, consult the materials
and interview schedules available in the Placement Office, or send
your resume, in confidence to: Mr. Philip J. Robinson, Assistant to
the President, Industrial Nucleonics Corporation, 650 Ackerman
Road, Columbus, Ohio 43202. An Equal Opportunity Employer.





period was $2,850,492 in 1953-'54
and the highest annual increasej
was $16,527,686 in 1965-'66."
The Regents accepted the report
at their regular monthly meeting
two weeks ago. It was recently dis-
tributed by the printer.
Wide Distribution
John McKevitt, assistant to the
vice president and chief financial
officer, said that the report went
to deans of colleges and directors
of major University programs and
to concerned units of the federal,
state and local government.
He said that the city uses docu-
ments like the papei to coordinate
with its own planning documents.
The state government uses infor-
mation in the report to plan for
budgets and land use. Federal
agencies, such as the Higher Edu-
cation Facilities Program which
provides up to half the costs of
graduate education projects. use
the report to plan their own bud-
get requests.
Unique Report
McKevitt said that as far as he
knows, no comparable American
school offers a similar report. He
called It "an effort to indicate
that units of the University have
program plans . . . expressed in
dollar needs with an indication of
sources. From this, the University
makes some decisions for author-
izing projects and development

NOUNCEMENTS is available to officially
recognized and registered student or-#
ganizations only. Forms are available'
In Room 1011 SAB.
* * *
Baha'i Student Group, Bama'i fireside
meeting, Feb. 3, 8 p.m., 335 E. Huron,
Apt. .5.
* b
Newman Strident Association. Grad-
uate students' mass and supper, Feb. 1,
5 p.m., Newman Center. 331 Thompson.
Scottish Country Dance Club, Dane-
ing, Wed., Feb. 1, 8-10 p.m., Women's
Athletic Bldg.
Christian Science Organization, Tes-
timony meeting, Thurs., Feb. 2, 7:30-
a:30 p.m., 3545 SAB.
U. of M. Rifle Club, Open shootng-
.22 calibre rifle and pistol, Wed., Feb.
1, 7-9 p.m., ROTC Rifle Range. All
rifles and pistols furinshed; aminmuni-
tion available at a reduced price.

Le Cercle Francais, Le Baratain-enjo
a French atmosphere. Thurs., Feb. 2
3-5 p.m., 3050 Frieze Bldg.
Ie Cercle Francais.P5 ilm by Sacha
Guitry with Pairet and Serreau (the
French aurel and Hardy): "Assassins
?t Voleurs," Feb. 1, 8 p.m, UGLI
Multipurpose Room
Crop and Saddle Coed Riding Club,
Riding on Thur-. nights, meet at 6:30
p.m. at Women's Athletic Bldg.
Voice-Students for a Democratic So-
riety. Benefit farewell poetry readinL.
Wed., Feb. 1. 8:30 p.m., Union Ball-
room. A fial Ann Arbor poetry reading
by Jerome Badanes: alo,. Martha Mac-
Neal Zwelg. Admlion.
Phsical I'Lerapy Club, Meeting. I !b.
!. 7 :30 lp.m:.. P.T. Conrfe rence Room,>
Univ. Hospital, Third Floor. Demon-
stration by the senior students of manv
P.T. modalities that take place in
P.T. Dept. with actual patients. Elec-
tion of er-.

as a



We deliver fresh bagels
on Sunday morning to frats.
sororities, dorms and apartments.
Egg, Plain, Salted, and Onion








How soon after graduation
will somebody let you
run a bank?
Before you're thirty, maybe. If you're good enough.
That's preciselywhat happenedwith Del Ross.
He's the manager of our Forest Hills office.
Responsible for 2500 accounts. $2.9 million
in deposits.
Then there's the international scene to con-
sider.We're going to need an even larger team of
young bankers overseas within the next few years.
Of course, everybody doesn't get to run

A banker today is .a lot more than a money
specialist who waits for the community to come
to him. Ie's a well-rounded, imaginative indi-
vidual who knows how to present a package of
financial services to fill his client's needs. He's
professionally involved with every kind of busi-
ness, from government to space exploration to
problems of emerging nations. And he can't be
pigeonholed because versatility is one of the
keys to his success.
He has job status and pride of profession.
And his compensation and employee benefits
are the envy of many.
His training is thorough and guided by expe-
rienced seniors who cushion the rough spots
and put him on the high road when he's ready

in his own mind and deed.
Before you make your big career decision,
take a long look at banking. Ambition is the
key, and the best way to check yourself out is
to set up a give-and-take session with a Chase
Manhattan Banker.
One more thing.
Modern banking is in. It asks for versatile,
creative, imaginative men who want to range
the community, the nation and the whole wide
discuss the possibilities of a career in modern
banking. A Chase Manhattan banker will be on
campus soon. Your Placement Office will tell you
when and where.


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