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PAGE EIGHT

THE MICHIGAN DAILY

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The Daily Offilcal Bulletin is an
official publication of the Univer-
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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publication and by 2 p.m. Friday
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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.
FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 3
Day Calendar
Cinema Guild-Georges Franju's "La
Tete Contre Les Murs (Head Against

each student who so desires will have
an opportunity for a private interview
with a member of the team. Same room,
Thurs., Feb. 9, 8:30 a.m. to 6 p.m.
Arrangements at your University are
being made by the coordinator, Foreign
Visitor Programs. If you wish an inter-
view on Feb. 9 please call the Inter-
national Center, 764-2148, indicating
your preference between a university,
a civil service commission, or a De-
partment of Manpower member of the
team.
Computing Center Staff: Will offer a
four-hour "short course" on MAD/I
for the IBM/360 computer on Feb. 14
and 16, 3 to 5 p.m., in Room 1025 An-
;ell Hall. The course will assume a
knowledge of MAD for the 7090 com-
puter. Those interested should register
by calling the Computing Center, 764-
2410.

the Walls)": Architecture Aud., 7 and Applications for LSA Scholarships:
9:05 p.m. For the Spring Summer Term (IIIA and
School of Music Degree Recital-Bar- IIIB), 1967; Fall Term (I), 1967; and
barn Holqest, pianist: Rackham Lec- Winter Term (II), 1968, are now avail-
b aable in Room 1220 Angell HallCoi-
ypleted applications will be due on or
CouternsinClubr:Ther:willgbea.Ayebefore Feb. 27, 1967. Applicants must
ou-h rn sira Clu T ere on i the a have had at least one full semester
b nch LnuFgidayr ath nonringhe Aogf H ,residence in thiscoll
Commons Room of Lane Hall. Prof. scholarships aror on both ee.d
Richard L. Park will speak on "The andolsiholarhip, redg beingthe p
Indian Elections." Anyone interested isTn chotrshiphneedheinthelr-
invite to atend.mary consideration, but applicants mustI
nvitedrts atnd. hhave at least a 3.0 scholastic average
nt es nedrh a r otIcae n Dept. of Linguistics:,Will give prelim-
J° 1inary examinations on March 17 and
Computing Center Staff: Will give a 18. Anyone interested must sign up in
four-hourt "short course" on the Job the Linguistics Department office, 2223
Control Language for the Operating Angell Hall, before Feb. 17.
System/360. The course will be given
on Feb. 7 and 9, 3 to 5 p.m., in Room TV Center Programs: On Sun.. Feb. 5,
1025 Angell Hall. Topics to be covered the following programs produced by the
will include control cards, catalogued TV Center will have their initial tele-
procedures and the link editor. Those cast on Detroit stations:
interested should register by calling 8:30 a.m., WXYZ-TV, Channel 7 -
the Computing Center, 764-2410. 'Understanding Our World: Four Fam-
ilies Abroad." Four faculty men dis-
French and German Language Exam- Suss the pros and cons of taking their
!nations for the MA: Will be given n families abroad.
March 17. Any student in "the Linguis-1 12 Noon, WWJ-TV, Channel 4 -
;ics Department who is interested should 'Campaign in the City." American poll-
sign, up in the Linguistics Depart- ties at the local level is examined in a
ment office as soon as possible. documentary about Detroit City Coun-
cilman Mel Ravitz's bid for reelection.

Challenge, Cybernetics and education, Social Open-Open; Delta Kappa Epsi- or correctional work. Research Asst. ENS
Feb. 12, 8 p.m., Feb. 19 and 26-2:30 Ion, Cantaloupe Bounce; Delta Sigma for same, BA in psych., soc. or soc. VIE
p.m., Aud. A, Angell Hall. Phi, Band Party; Delta Tau Delta, work and 1 yr. in some work as above. at R
Michigan Christian Fellowship, "Chris- Open-Open; Delta Upsilon, Record Local Offices-Accountant, Acctg. de- FEB
tianity: So What?", Feb. 3, 7:30 p.m. Band Party; Lambda Chi Alpha, Open- gree. Supervisor of plant, grad in engrg,.F
Michigan Christian Fellowship, "The Open Band Party; Phi Delta Theta, with hospital exper. Admin. Asst., grad Ti
Christian as a Merciful Neighbor," Feb. Open-Open Band Party; Phi Epsilon with some admin. exper, Recruitment Do'
17, 7:30 p.m. Pi, Party; Phi Gamma Delta, Party; Coordinator, grad with personnel exper, Fis
Phi Kappa Psi, Band Party; Phi Kap- * * * J.1
pa Tau, Open-Open; Phi Sigma Delta, For further information please call Lo
EvetsI; Roaring 20's Party. 764-7460, General Division, Bureau of MP
Phi Sigma Kappa, House Party; Pi Appointments, 3200 SAB. Mi
The following sponsored student Lambda Phi, Open-Open Band Party;Al
events are approved for thercoming Psi Upsilon, Nassau Party; Sigma Al- SUMMER PLACEMENT SERVICE: O
weekend. Social chairmen are reminded paEsln apsCnilnu 1 A-Per
tha rquetsforaprovl or ocalpha Epsilon, Campus Cunnillingus 212 SAB- P
that requests for approval for social Queen Contest; Sigma Nu, Open-Open INTERVIEWS: Re
events are due in the Office of Student House Party; Sigma Phi, Hillbilly Party; FEB. 6- Si
Oganizationsoaerrth 'cloc Sigma Phi Epsilon, Wedding Party; Sig- Camp Birchtrail, Wis.-Private girl's Un
noon on Wednesday prior to the event ma Pi, Open-Open; Tau Delta Phi, Open camp, interviewing for crafts, gymnas- Div.
Acacia, Open-Open; Alpha Delta Phi Open Band Party; Tau Epsilon Phi, tics, photography, nature, drame, dance
TGciOpenOpen; Alpha Dtanhi, Open-Open Band Party; Tau Kappa Ep- and tripping. Also need female kitchen -
TGIF; Alpha Epsilon P, TIF; Alpha silon, House Party; Theta Chi, Open- manager. ACA member camp.
Epsilon Pi, Open-Open; Alpha Sigma Open Polish Formal; Theta Delta Chi, Green Lane, Pa.-Coed. Cabin coun-
Phi, Band Party; Alpha Sigma Phi, Band Party; Theta Xi, Open-Open; Tri- selors and div. head, married couples
Open-Open; Alpha TauOmega, TF gon, House Party; Wenley, WQ, Mixer accepted.r
Alpha Tau Omega, Open-Open; Beta with Kleinsteuck-Hinsdale; Zeta Beta FEB. 7-
Theta Pi, TGIF; Beta Theta Pi, Open- Tau, Open-Open; Zeta Psi, Polish New Green Lane, Pa.-See Feb. 6 listing.
Open; Betsy Barbour, Open-Open; Chi Year's Party. Clarkston, Mich.-Coed, Riding, swim-
Phi, TKIF; Chi Psi, Social Open-Open;in ateKcf- consl C
Delta Chi, Record Party; Delta Kappa ors,male & female.
Epsilon, Open-Open; Delta Tau Delta, r i.Pacem entt FEB. 9-r
Open-Open; Delta Upsilon, Record Par- Camp Arbutus, Mich.-GirlsmgWater-
mty Kappa y Sigma, TGIF; Lambda Chi ANNOUNCEMENTS front, landsports and crafts.
Alpha, TGIF; Michigan Technic, An-Wsy Port of New York Authority-Holding
nual Party: Phi Delta Theta, Open-I open meeting Feb. 7, 4-5:30 p.m., Aud.o
Open: Phi Epsilon Pi, Party; Phi Gain- 11, Angell Hall, for general information, Feb. 9. Get Form 5000AB at Summer
ma Delta. T IF; Phi Gamma Delta, will be interviewing at Bureau of Ap- Placement Service.
Open House. pintmnents on Feb. 17., s
Phi Kappa Psi, Open-Open; Phi Kap- Smith~ College School for Social Work, Further information and details at U
,pa Tau, Party & Open-Open; Phi Sig- Northampton, Mass.-Male & female Summer Placement Service, 212 SAB,
na Delta, Open-Open; Pi Lambda Phi for scholarships, 1st and 2nd year stu- Lower Level.
TGIF & Alpha Epsilon P; Psi Upsilon, dents, no commitment for agency work
ombe Party; Sigma Alpha Epsilon, stipends based on financial nedd.
Open-Open; Sigma Nu, TOIF & Open- Addison-Wesley Publishing Co., Read-
Open; Siga Pi, Open-Open; Tau Delta ing, Mass, Palo Alto, Calif., and London,
Phi, TGIF; Tau Epsilon Phi, Open- England-Interviewing at Bureau Tues.,
Open Record Party; Tau Kappa Epsi- Feb. 7. College textbook representatives
Ion, TGIF; Theta Xi, Open-Open; Tri- needed in Mich. Call Mrs. Davis, 764- S T R A
j ngle, Open-Open; Zeta Beta Tau, Open- 7460.SA uRD Y
Open; Zeta Psi, Open-Open. -.r rw d .n a
SAT., FEB. 4- POSITION OPENINGS: Fbur t
Acacia, House Party-Open-Open; Al- National Council on Crim and De- erur t
pha Delta Phi, Record Party; Alpha linquency Research Center, Davis, Calif.
Epsilon Pi, Band Party-Open-.Open; Al- -Associate Director, Uniform Parole Re- ta t2 P.Mtv.
pha Sigma Phi. Band Party & Open-I' ports Project, MA or PhD in psych.,
Open; Alpha Taut Omega, Open-Open;1 soc. work or law and exper. 'in" research
Beta Theta Pi, Band Party; Chi Psi, or practice in probation, parole, police
AUDITIONS
folk magicians
pop soothsayers
jazz
WAYRITER-IN-RESIDENCE_
PROGRAM for 1962

NGINEERING PLACEMENT INTER-
WS: Make interview appointments
oom 128-H. West Engineering Bldg.
.10-
he Buehler Corp.
ow Corning Corp.
fsher Governor Co.
I. Case Co.
s Angeles County,
PR Associates, Inc.
ssissippi Valley Structural Steel Co.'
[IT-Lincoln Lab.
wens-Illinois Glass Co.
nn Controls, Inc.
liance Electric & Engineering Co.
nclair Research, Inc.
pion Carbide Corp.-Carbon ProductsI

SABBATH SERVICE
Friday at 7:15 P.M.
RICHARD GROSSINGER
Graduate Student, Anthropology
will speak on
"THE FILMS AND RELIGION"
John Planer, Cantor, and the Hillel Choir
directed by Steven Ovitsky will chant the
Service, with music of the Spanish-Portuguese
Synagogues of New York and London.
ZWERDLI NG-COHN CHAPEL
1429 Hill St. All Are Welcome

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cts 17:29.
CHURCH OF CHRIST
530 West Stadium

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Canadian Students Operation Retriev-
il: A team of Canadian University Civil
Service Commission and Department (f
Manpower personnel will visit the cam-
pus to acquaint Canadian students on
the campus with employment oppor-
tunities in Canadian universities, in-
:ustry and the Federal Civil Service.
Canadian students are cordially invit-
ed to attend the meeting.
There will b, a general meeting in
Eoom 3A of the Michigan Union on
Wed., Feb. 8, 3:30 to 5:30 p.m., and

Student Government Council Approval
of the following student sponsored
events becomes effective 24 hours after
the publication of this notice. All pub-
licity for these events must be with-
teld until the approval has become ef-
fective.
Approval request forms for student
sponsored events are available in Room
1011 of the SAB.
Michigan Christian Fellowship, Book-
table, Feb. 2-3, 8 a.m.-5 p.m., Fishbowl.

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terday morning we received this
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seems that they were rathe, well
(their exact word for it was dis-
turbed) "grossed out" by our up-
coming women's magazine parody,
KOZMOPOLITAN.
"You see, Mr. Bohn," he said
"oh, we do a lot of printing for
church groups, and well, oh we
thought it was rather funny and
everything, and we'll print it for
you this time, but well, PLEASE
DON'T TELL ANYONE WE DID
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secret.
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