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FRIDAY, SEPTEMBJI1R 16, :966

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offiili publication of the Ilniver-
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Calendar items appear once only.
Stiudent rganlral ion nnticres are not
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FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 16
Da y Ca~endar
Center for Programmed Learning for
Business Woirkshop-Michigan Union,
8:30 a.m.
Bureau of Industrial Relations Semn-
inar-."Management_ by Objectives-
Re-ults-Oriented Appraisal Systems":
Michigan Union, 8:30.a.m.
Cinema Guld-Jerzy Kawalerowica's
"Joan of the Angels?": Architecture
Aud., 7 and 6 p.m.

Faculty Fellowships: The National' Open; Phi Sigma Delta, Open-Open: ices-Lansing and Sou~theastern Mich.
Council on the Humanities has just an- Psi Upsilon, Juke Box Party. communities. Expansion of federal
nlounced three programs of,, faculty fel- Sigma Alpha Mu, Open-Open; Sigma . poverty programs makes available a
lowships and one program' for project Nu~, Open-Open:. Sigma Phi. Party large number of positions for Public
grants which will be initiated in. the' (Open-Oven ; Tau Delta Phi. Open- Welfare workers and other administra-
summer of 1967. Deadlines for initia- Open: Tau Epsilon Phi, Open-Open; tive fields. A few of the current posi-
tion of applications are Oct. 10 and 17. Triangle, Open-Open; Zeta Beta Tau, tions include: 1. Administrative An-
1966. Program information, application Open-Open; Zeta Psi, Open-Open. alyst, BA, Bus. Ad. preferred, somej
forms and instructions may be secured SAT., SEPT. 17- bkgd. in computer technology, Lansing.
through the Academic Relations sea-. 2. Arts and Crafts Instructor, non-
tion of the Office of the." Graduate Alpha Delta Phi, Theta Delta Chi, cert. Lansing. 3. Budget Analyst, Bus.
School, 764-4405, or through ORA, 764- Chi. Psi, Sigma Chi, Beta Theta Pi, Ad., Econ. degree, pref, 1 yr. exper. 4.
7243., Rush Open House TG: Alpha Delta Clinical Psychologist. MA. PhD, Whit-a
Phi, Band Party: Alpha Sigma Phi, more Lake and Lansing. Contact the
Training Grants: information in; Lawn Dance: Alpha Tau Omega, Open- Bureau for further information.
Room 1014 Rackham Graduate School Open: Beta Theta Pi, Band Party; Chi ____
on $50 to $750 training grants to qual- Phi, Theatre Party & Open-Open: Chi POSITION OPENINGS:
fied professionals for short-term, post; Psi; Open-Open: Chicago House, Dance Sadr rnsSlsC. eri
graduate courses which place emphasis: & Open-Open; Cooley House. EQ. Open- Slstanndrdsaemeo.ttrin-
on cerebral palsy offered by National Open; Delta Chi, Band Party-Open- inSge position. Malea in any field,I
Society for Crippled Children and! Open: Delta Sigma Phi, Open- Open: inmktg rf apeiu xe. 13
Adults. Deadline" for applications is -Delta Tau Delta, Open-Open. g re.Nopeiuexr213
October 1. Delta Upsilon, Open-Open: Evans Deatnto AgiuurFes,
Schol f ursng ubrcuosi T St- olst-Gam Oe ;Gree hue. aiServices - Continental U.S. including
Scolo usn ueclssTs-Ps-aePry re osEigProgram-Spring 1966: P'reshrhen; Visits of the Opposite Sex; HyeQ. Alaska. Entomologists and pathologists
Tests: Mon., Sept. 19. Room M5330 Med. ! House, Onen-Open: Hinsdale. EQ. Open-. are needed to administer program of
Sci. Bldg. Time: 4-5:30 p.m.- Open; Phi 'Gamma Delta, Open-Open; protection for National Forests from
Readings: Wed., Sept. 21, Room; Phi Kappa. Tau, Open-Open: Phi Sig- insects and diseases. Full 4 yr. courseI
M4108 SNB, Time: 4-5:30 p.m. nma; Delta, Open-Open-Band Party; with major in entomology or relatedI
Psi ps~ ef, Paty:P1 psiln, awnarea of bio. or phys. sci, (min. 16 hrs.
Sophomore, Junior, Senior - Tests:PsUpioar:P UslnLw
Tus, et.2,RomM40 SB im:j at; imaAphru Bn Pry of entomology) or experience equival-I
3T3-530., m pn-pe,2,Ro 40 N.Tm:Pry SnSa h. Cu, aldParty, ent to such a course. For GS-9-GS-12
3:053 p.Oe-Oe;Sga hCsulPry additional experience and administra-

engrg. pref., expet', not required. In-
dust. Engr. Trainees, some college or4
tech, snhool. for job analysts in IE
dept. Research Chem., BS MS plus 0-5,
yrs. Data Processing personnel also.
All areas of engineering, varied loca-
tions and duties.
a*
For further information please call
764-7460, General Division, Bureau of
Appointments, 3200 SAB,
ENG INEERING PLACEMENT INTER-
VIEWS-Seniors & grad students, please~
sign schedule posted at 128-H West
Engrg.
SEPT. 20-
Board of Wayne County Rd. Comm.,
County of Wayne-BS-MS: CE-Const.
U.S. citizens and will consider non-
citizens for practical training. Des. -
SEPT. 21-
City of Dearborn (a.m. only)-BS-MS:
CE. U.S. citizens & non-citizens if
becoming a U.S. citizen. Field Des.
SEPT. 22-
Arthur Andersen & Co., Detroit. Chi-
cago, New York, Cleveland, Milwaukee,
etc:-Any Degree: 1E. Summer Em-
ployment: Sign on regular schedule
for interview appt.
Hercules Powder Co., Hercules Res.
CrWilmington, Dela.-MS-PhD: ChE.
U..citizens & non-citizens if becom-
iga U.S. citizen. Summer also. R. &
D.. Des.
SEPT. 23-
iAutomotive Rubber Co., Inc., School-
craft & Detroit-BS: ChE, ME. Dev.,
Dcs. & Production.
Fairbanks Morse, Inc., Power Systems
Div.-BS-MS: EE. IE, Mat. BS: ChE.
R. & D., Des., Sales.
General Telephone Co. of Michigan,
Muskegon, Mich.-BS-MS: EE & ME.
U.S. citizens & non-citizens if becom-
ing a U.S. citizen. Communications.

THURS. & FRI., SEPT. 15 & 16-7 & 9 P.M.
ARCHITECTURE AUD.
JOAN OAF THE ANGELS?
(dir. Jerry Kawlerowicz-1I9611I
Polish, subtitles. A brilliant study of "demonic possession" based on the 'some historical mate-
rial as Aldous Huxley's "The Devils of Loudun," "the best of the new wave of Polish films,"
Sat, Review. A 1 7th century convent is accused of being under the influence of the Devil,
Cannes Award.

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Burau f Idusria Reatins em- Readings: Thursday, Spt. 22, Room
inar-"The Management of Managers" StudentsM41 may be tested ieb oetd on'n either!
Michigan Union, 8 a.m. day, but, it Is hoped that they will'
come. on the day assigned if their
Astronomical Colloquium--Fri., Sept.' schedule permits.
16, 4 p~m., Room 807 Physics-Astronomy _____
Bldg. Dr. Brian Warner, Dept. of Astro- MSE not:Altoewopr
physics, Oxford University, and Dr.!ticipaTed rintMsKETlltryswotsand
Charles R. Cowley, Yerkes Observatory, aretintested inhe SE resuts r ald
will speak on "Laboratory F-Values 1acksntmust eck a the ruSKEof l-S
and he ola Cuve f Gowt."Tice; 3A Michigan League, for necessary,
i~ecureDr, . W Aganof ofthecall back material and information. The
DeatmrentDrf B.W. ganffhe ofsthe wllfinal call back list will be posted at
speak, on "Memory Formation in the _ ____tdaySpt.16
Goldfish,", Angell Hall, Aud. B, 4:151 Student Government Council Approval
p.m, Coffee-served from 3:45-4:16 p.m.' of the following student.- sponsored .
i 3417 Mason hall. events becomes effective 24 hours after
the publication of this notice. All pub-
P~ . AJ ~licity for these events must be with-
N otii~ ,.L 0 ces held until the approval has become ef-
GradateStudntsmay ompete oe-fective.
Gorad anuaeu eents a bcmpeea- Approval request forms for student
ntolnguaghereqhureensfbyxai-ofsponsored, events are available in Room%
tiEicthe ioaTthngsuccessag :1011 of the SAB.
inth EucinalestinorGervice Erxam- O.F.F.S.E.T, Magazine sales, Sept.- 19-
Inaton in renh o Geman orthe23; 8-5:30 p.m., campus.
Reading Examination, If a student Christian Science Organization, Sub'-
wishes .to elect the Reading Examina-. scription sales for Christian Science
t ion he, must have a No. Ill course with Monitor, Sept 19-21, 8 a.m.. to 3 'p.m..,
*:a No. 1l1 course with a grade of B or Da
better while enrolled as a graduate StlI- UnvriyoMchgn e'sGe
dent, or 'pass a preliminary objective Clbeodsls et 7 c;1
screening test. The ETS Examination C15b22,eNov. 5,l12, Spa..to12Oon' ,
aybetaken without a preliminary ob- D5iag.Nv.5,12_8__mt_1_non
Mandatory advanced registration may Doctoral Examination for Marvin
be completed. at the Office of the Gra-I Kantor, Slavic Languiages & Litera-
duate School for the ETS Test. of the tures; thesis: "Aspectual Derivation in
local screening' test during regular Contemporary Serbo-Croatian," Fri.,
hours, 8 to 12 n{oon; 1 to 4 p.m. The Sept. 16, at I p.m.. E. Council Room,
next ETS Test will be. given Thuirsdayy,. Rackbam Bldg. Chairman, J. 0. Ferrell.
Oct. 13, 7 to 6 p.m., Rackham Lecture_____
Hall; the next local screening examina-
tion will be given November 10, 7 toEv'n
9 p.m., Rackham Lecture Hall. Registra- iii
tofoaRednExmntion myb The following sponsored student
completed with the Foreign Language events are approved for the coming
Examiner, Room 3028, Rackham Build- weekend S-Mal chairmen %re r~miraie~d
" ing during office hours:-Monday and that mpEqels rr approval for social
Thursday, 2' to 4 p.m.; Tuesday, 10 to >vut :redue" in the Ottt~r'eni Studenit
12 noon. , OrgmnIv~at.iuirs riot ltet than 12 "'oltnrk1
nru 'I nn Wadruenriny prir W the event.
Engineering Seniors and Graduate4 FRI., SEPT. 16-
Students: The 1967 College Placement Alpha Tau Omega,, Open-Open; Beta
Annual, official 'occupational directory' Theta Pi, Lawn Dance; Cooley House,
~of the College Placement Associations, EQ, Open-Open; Delta Sigma Phi, Open
is now ,available free to seniors and Open; Delta Tau Delta, Open-Open;
graduate students. at the Engineering Evans Scholars, Open-Open; Jordan
Placement 'Service,' 128-H, West Engi-° and Michigan, Mixer; Phi Garma Delta,
neering Bldg.: O pen-Open; Phi 6{.appa_ Tau, . Open-
ORGAN IZATION NOIE
NOUNCEME4NTS is available to oftieiatly entrance.
recognized and registered student or-' 4
ganizations only. Organigatittns who U, of M. Chess- Club, Meeting, Fri.,
are planringr to be active tier the Pall, Sept. 16, 7:30 P., Room 3A Union.
Term mrust be registered in the Office $
of Studenlt Orgenizations by Fri., Sept. Newman Club, Community mass and
16. Forms are available in Room 1011. supper, Sept:I 16, .5:10 p.m., 331 Thonp-
SAB. * *son. 4
Baha'i Student Group,. World Peace Newman Student Club, Discussion:
Day talk by Robert Gaines: "Prospect "The Church in Sweden" with speaker,
and Hope for Peace," on Sun., Sept. Mrs. Herrlin, wife of the Lutheran.
18, 3 p.m, At YM-YWCA. bishop of Visby, Sweden, at 8 p.m.,
* * "Fri., Sept. 16, 331 Thompson, N~ew-
lBaha'i Student Group, Informal dis- roan Center.
cussion, Fri., Sept. 16, .8 p.m., at 335 E.
Huron St., Apt. 5. All welcome.' Guild House; Friday noon luncheon,
* * Sept. 16, 12-1 p.m,, 802 Monroe, Prof.
David Cringer : "Military Strategy."s
Voice Political Party, Open ;house, on s.:s
Viet Nam. Mr., Sept. 16, 7:30 p.m., in( Guild House, Cost dinner, ,Fri., Sept..'
Room 3R-S, Michigan Union, 16, 6 p in., at 802 Monroe,'
Graduate Outing Club, Regular meet- Folk Dance Club, Meeting, Fri., Sept.
ing (hiking or swimming), Sun., Sept. 16, 8-11 p.m., Barbour Gym.
Phone 482-2056
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Open-Open; Theta Delta Chi, Fire- available at Bureau.
side Party; Tau Delta Phi, Open-Open; Management Consultants, N.Y., N.Y.
Tau Epsilon Phi. Open-Open; Theta Xi, -Quality Control Manager. Degree in
Op'en-Open; v Triangle, Party and/or Engineering, ME pref. Supervisory ex-
Open-Open; Winchell House. WQ, Open-; pert in quality control, statistical con-
Open; Zeta Beta Tau, Open-Open; Zeta trot.
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