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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

SATURDAY, ATARC1T 18, 1967

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DAILY OFFICIAL B-ULLI
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The Daily Official 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 3564 Administration Bldg. be-
fore 2 p.m. of the day preceding
publication and by 2 p.m. Friday
for Saturday and Sunday. General
Notices may be published a maxi-
mum of two times on request; Day
Calendar items appear once only.
Student organization notices are not
accepted for publication. For More
information call 764-9270.
SATURDAY, MARCH 18
Day Calendar
Cinema Guild Weekend of Francois
Truffaut-"Tirez Sur le Paniste (Shoot
the Piano Player)": Architecture Aud.,
7 and 9:05 p.m.
Dept. of Speech University Players
Performance - Arthur Miller's "Ater
the Fall": Trueblood Aud, 8 p.m.
General Notices
Senate Assembly Meeting: Kellogg
Aud., Dentistry Bldg., Mon., March
20, 3:30 p.m.
Agenda: 1. Apprival of minutes of
Jan. 30 and Feb. 20. 2. Vice-President
Wilbur K. iPerpont-remarks. 3. Fac-
ulty Club. 4. Open meetings.
Ushers Urgently Needed: For 1967
May Festival. Please see Mr. Warner,
Box Office of Hill Aud., Wed., March
22, 7 to 9 p.m.
Martha Cook Building: Will be open
for the first eight weeks of the Spring-
Summer Session (May 1-June 23). Any
ORGAN IZATION
NOTI CES.
USE OF THIS COLUMN FOR .AN-
NOUNCEMENTS is available to officially
recognized and registered student orga-
nizations-only. Forms are available in
Room 1011 SAB.
Young Friends, Dinner-discussion of
U Thant's three points, Sun., March
18, 5:30 p.m., Friends Center, 1420 Hill.
U. of M. Radical Education Project
(of the Committee for Improved Ed-
ucation), Organizational and discussion
meeting, Sun., March 19, 8-10 p.m., UGLI
Multipurpose Room. The start of an
educational program, primarily for rad-
icals. All are welcome to attend first
meeting and plan a program and pub-
licity.
'Folk Dance Club (WAA), Folk dance
Mon., March 20, 8:30-10:30 p.m., Wom-
en's Athletic Bldg.
Square Dance Club, Dance., Sat.,
March 18, 8-11 p.m., Women's Athletic
Bldg. All students, faculty and staff in-
vited to join the fun.
Lutheran Student Chapel, Hill St. at
Forest Ave., Sun., March 19. Worshp
services at 9:30 and 11 a.m. Supper at
5 p.m., followed by discussion period
at 7 p.m.
Across
Campus
SATURDAY, MARCH 18
7:00 and 9:05 p. - Cinema
Guild presents "Tirez Sur le
Pianiste Shoot the Piano Player)"
as part of a Francois Truffant
weekend in the Architecture Aud.
8:00 p.m.-The Department of
Speech University Players present
Arthur Miller's "After the Fall"
in Trueblood Aud.
SUNDAY, MARCH 19
2:00 pm.-The school of Music
presents Robert Noehren in an
organ recital playing "The Music
of Bach" at the First Baptist
Church.
4:15 p.m.-The School of Music
presents Clayton Huard in a pi-
ano recital in the School of Music
recital hall.
7:00 and 9:05 p.m. - Cinema
Guild presents "Tirez Sur le Pi-
aniste (Shoot the Piano Player)"
as part of a Francois weekend in

the Architecture Aud.

University woman may apply. Pleasei
telephone NO 2-3225 for information.
Doctoral Examination for Merwyn
Ronald Greenlick, Medical Care Orga-
nization; thesis: "A Comparison of
General Drug Utilization in a Metro-
politan Community with Utilization
under a Drug Prepayment Plan," Mon.,
March 20, Room 433 V.V., at 10 a.m.
Chairman, B. J. Darsky.
Summary of Action Taken by Student
Government Council at Its Meeting
March 16, 1967
Approved: That SGC grant organi-
zational recognition to the German Stu-
dent Association.?
Appointed: Mike Koeneke and Dick
Wingfield to serve on the interviewing
committee of Joint Judiciary Council.
Approved: Working agreement with
IFC and Panhellenic on membership.
I. Action Initiated by SGC
The SGC committee shall according to
Its regulations review all student or-
ganization statements for a) complete-
ness, i.e., receipt of all documents con-
cerning membership; and b) compli-
ance with Regents' Bylaw 2.14.
Upon receiving an alleged violation
concerning fraternities or sororities
through statement review, complaint, or
any other means, the chairman of SGC
Membership Committee shall send a
formal dated letter to the chairman
)f the IFC or Panhellenic Membership
Committee informing him or her of
said violation. A carbon of the letter
shall be deposited in the files of the
SGC committee.
Within two weeks after receipt of
said letter the IFC or Panhellenic
committee chairman shall report in
person any action taken on such viola-
tion or progress of the investigation to
the SGC committee. At that time the
[FC or Panhellenic chairman will be
:ither a) relieved of the case (al-
though IFC or Panhellenic may con-
tinue the investigation of its own ac-
cord); b) asked to continue any inves-
tigation or action and provide progress
reports to the SGC committee at two
week intervals; or c) informed that the
case has been closed.
At the time of any progress report,
the IFC or Panhellenic committee chair-
man may be, upon prior notice, reliev-'

ed of the case, but may continue the
Investigation of their own accord. Also,s
any action taken by the appropriatei
body of IFC or Panhellenic against a
fraternity or sorority for violations un-
der SGC committee jurisdiction may be
deemed inadequate by the SGC com-1
mittee, and it may begin its own in-1
vestigation.
II. Action Iniated by IFC or PanI
hellenici
When proceedings have been initiated
due to an alleged violation by a sor-1
>rity or a fraternity, the chairman of
the Panhellenic or IFC MembershipI
Committee shall report this fact toi
the SGC Membership Committee. The
procedure from this point shall follow
thep roceedings outlined in Part I.
III. Educative Responsibilityj
It is the responsibility of the mem-
bership committees of IFC and Pan-
hellenic to inform all complainants
and defendants of the appeal proced-
ures available to them through the
JFI Panhellenic and SOGC Membership
Committees in protecting their rights
and privileges relating to discrimina-'
tion in compliance with Regents' By-
law 2.14.
Placemnt j
POSITION OPENINGS:
Health, Education and Welfare Au
dit Agency, Lansing, M~ich.-Openings
for auditors, trainees and GS-11 levels.
2-4 yrs, in acctg. required. Limited
travel.
Branford Recreational Dept., Bran-
ford, Conn.-Director of ladies and girls
activities-admin., plan and conduct
program for town.
Americans for Democratic Action,
Newark, N.J.-Executive director to run
statewide organization. Focus on state
political-social issues, lobbying in Tren-
ton, planning political campaigns, com-
piling vote record of legislators, etc.
Aetna Life & Casualty, New York -
Dpenings for mktg. insur. 2 yrs. ntrg.
financed. No sales exper. required.
Montgomery Ward, Chicago, I11.-La-
bor relations rep. Need some bkgd. with
NLRB or private employer. LLB or
LLM degree. 26-32 age range pref.
Saint Elizabeth's Hospital, Dept. of
H.E.W., Washington, D.C. - Federal
psychiatric inst. has prof. openings in

several fields - psychologists, social
workers, statisticians, pharmacists,
teachers, therapists, etc.
SUMMER PLACEMENT SERVICE:
212 SAB-
INTERVIEWS:
MARCH 20-
Camp Tanalo, Pa.-Coed camp. 9 to 5
p.m. Counselors, waterfront and special-
ists in crafts, tripping, archery, music
drama, riflery and riding.
MARCH 21-
American Friends Service Commit-
tee, Ann Arbor-9 to 5 p.m. Want vol-
unteers for mental hospitals, peace
,aravans, community service projects
in urban areas.
MARCH 22-
Camp Batawagama, Mich.-Coed. 9-
11:30 a.m. Counselors, male & female.
Southwestern Publishing Co., Nash-
ville, Tenn.-10 to 2 p.m. Male students.
MARCH 23-
Camp Sequoia, Mich.-Coed. 10-5.
General counselors, specialists inwa-
terfront, riding, nature, pioneer and a
cook.
Department of Army, Detroit-Inter.
In hiring a Libr. Sci. specialists for
summer-3 months,
Cranbrook School, Bloomfield Hills,
Nlich. - Upward Bound Program.
Openings for male 19 or over. Counse-
lor for disadvantaged boys.
College of Pharmacy, U. of M. -
Summer res. program in medicinal
chem. for undergradrstudents.
Oak Park Rec. and Forestry, Oak
Park, Mich.-Openings for playground
lirector, playleaders, crafts leader, swim-
ning and div. inst., lockerroom attend-
ants, life guards, cashier, concession
operator. Screening exam application
deadline April 7.
Yellowstons Park Service Stations-
Seeking attendants.
Blue Water Manor, Diamond Point,
N.Y.-Waiters, waitresses, kitchen help.
Room and board provided.
State of New Hampshire-Regional
mployment in lake, mountain and sea-
coast areas. Must be 16 at least. All
types of positions, kitchen, outdoors,
waiting on table.
Pine Point Resort, Elkhart Lake,
Wis.-Husband and wife team to supv.
Jr. couns. and lifeguards, day camp.
* * *
IDetails and applications at Summer
Placement Service, 212 SAB, lower level.
I -BIRTH CERTIFICATES-
7"x10' suitable for framing $3
Wallet size $1 ea.
order from :
BAMA FORMS CO.
P.O. Box 1471
Tuscaloosa, Alabama 35401

Composer Forum Presents
works by Music Students
By FRED MORDEN saroud pick to achieve the various
types of pizzicato effect.
A Composer's Forum will be Composer Peter Klausmeyer
presented Monday night, March calls his composition for eight per-
20, at 8:30 p.m. in the School of formers "an abstract in pastels."
Music Recital Hall on North Designed to flow and not to be
Campus. _ articulated, the piece is entitled

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JAZZ

Original compositions by the
School of Music's students will be
heard for the first time on this
program. The media of presenta-
tion will include piano solos, an
11-piece ensemble, film and mag-
netic tape.
The performance begins with
David Foley's "Four Pieces for
Saturday Afternoon," with each
selection from the composition
played by a different set of instru-
ments and with different musical
structures.
Pianist William Albright next
p e r f o r m s Elliot Borishansky's
"Three Pieces for Piano Solo."
Movements from this selection are
e n t i t 1 ed "Continuum," "Trial
Run," and "Break Down." The
music of India influenced Ruthe
Scharw's "Dorthea's Pleiades." The
work performed by Janet Nepkie
and Charles Timbrell uses a

"Pastels for Chamber Group."
A former Music School faculty
member, Jack Forner composes
the following piece on the program
called a work in progress. Tle
work entitled "Movement" is in
Forner's words, "based on psy-
chological continuity rather than
development."
William Albright's "TIC, A
Spectacle for Films, Tape and
Performers," concludes the pro-
gram. A singer, tenor and alto sax-
ophones, two guitars, electric
piano, two contrabass, two per-
cussionists and a solo piano com-
bine to present the work.
School of Music presents such
programs to further the experience
and musical knowledge of the
composers. It is an opportunity for
the young composer to evaluate
the sound and the impact of his
works on an audience

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ADMISSION
$1.00
AT DISCOUNT
RECORDS
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Hill Auditorium
NEXT
SAT. NIGHT
Mcarch 25th
In
CONCERT

UAC-MUSKET
Announce Petition irg for
General Chairman March 19-24
Petitions Available at
Musket Off ice-3rd Floor League

UNIVERSITY PLAYERS announce
An Extra Matinee Performance
of ARTH U R M ILLER'S
AFTER THE FALL
Sunday, March 19, at 2:30 P.M.
Trueblood Auditorium
Box Office open daily at 12:30 P.M.
Please note: "AFTER THE FALL" replaces
"AN ENEMY OF THE PEOPLE"
NOTE ALSO CHANGE OF THEATRES

"BEST FILM ,OF
19661
Notional Society of Film Critics
A Corlo Ponti Production
Antonioni's
BLOWMUP
Vanessa Redgrave
David Hemmings Sarah Miles
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emotionally taut."-Bosley Crowther, N.Y. Times
"A WORK OF ART . . . a great statement for our times."
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Delightful and touching.,
- Crowther, N.Y. Times
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the Walter Reads Organization,
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BERTOLT BRECHT'S

AWARDS: Shown outside the Festival at Cannes (approved as the
official French entry to the Cannes Festival last May, it was withdrawn
under pressure from the Franco regime). At the end of the Cannes
Festival, a group of Spanish film critics awarded LGEF its newly-inaugu-
rated Prix Luis Bunuel, It also received the International Film Critics'
Prize (Federation Internationale de la Presse Cinematographic) at
Cannes. The "French Oscars" of. the French Academy (L'Acodemie du
Cinema) were awarded to Resnais for "the best film of the year" and
to Yves Montand for "the best performance."
Shown at the non-competitive 4th New York Film Festival, 1966.
Directed by ALAIN RESNAIS
Starring YVES MONTAND ! INGRID THULIN
and introducing GENEVIEVE BUJOLD
Produced by SOFRACIMA/PARIS-EUROPA FILM,
STOCKHOLM/A BRANDON FILMS RELEASE

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