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PAGE SIX

THE MICHIGAN DAILI

TUESDAY, SEPTEMBER 24, 1966

RAGE SIX THE MICHIGAN DAlIA TUESDAY, SEPTEMBER 20, 1966

"A frank and uninhibited
exposition of the onrush
of physical desire!"
-Bosley Crowther, N. Y. Times
"A truly adult love story,
it is a beautiful film,
finely made !"
-Judith CristN.Y.Herald Tribune
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TUESDAY, SEPT. 20
8 p.m.-The Population Studies
Center Symposium will presen
"Fertility and Family Planning
Around the World" in Aud. C.
8 p.m.-The Professional Thea
tre Program presents the APA
Repertory Company in Sheridan's
"School for Scandal" in the Ly
dia Mendelssohn Theatre.
8:30 p.m.-The School of Music
Concert will present "Seventeenth
and Eighteenth Century Music fo.
String Orchestra," Gilbert Ross
conductor, Angel Reyes, soloist
in Rackham Lecture Hall.
WEDNESDAY, SEPT. 21
7:30 p.m.--Prof. Brice Carna
han, in the Engineering Schoo

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will lecture on "An Introduction
to Digital Computers and the
MAD Language-II" in the Nat-
ural Science Auditorium.
8 p.m.-The Professional Thea-
tre Program presents the APA
Repertory Company in Sheridan's
"School for Scandal" in the Ly-
dia Mendelssohn Theatre.

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 3519 Administration Bldg. be-
fore 2 p.m. of the day preceding
publication and by 2 p.m. Friday
br Saturday and Sunday. General
Notices may be published a maxi-
mum of two times on request; Day
Calendar items appear once only.

THURSDAY, SEPT. 22 Student organization notices are not
C 7 and 9:45 p.m.-Cinema Guild: accepted for publication.
h D. W. Griffith's "The Birth of a TUESDAY, SEPTEMBER 20
r Nation" in the Architecture Aud-
, itorium. .JDay Calendar
' 8 p.m.-The Professional Thea-
tre Program presents the APA Association of College and Univer-
Rertoy CnSheridan's sity Auditors Conference-Registration,
Repertory Company in Sherimdan',s8 !-
- "School for Scandal" in the Ly- Rackham Lobby, 8 a.m.
dia Mendelssohn Theatre. Bureau of Industrial Relations Sem-
inar - "Employe Benefits Planning":
FRIDAY, SEPT. 23 Michigan Union, 8:30 p.m.
7 and 9:45 p.m.-Cinema Guild: Population Studies Center Symposium
D. W. Griffith's "The Birth of a - "Fertility and Family Planning
Nir uAround the World": Aud. C, Angell
nin the Architecture Aud- Hall, 8 p.m.

formance-APA Repertory Company in plant visits, correspondence, etc. Pri- Behavior," Wed.. Sept. 21, 4 p m., 1400
Sheridah's "School for Scandal": Ly- marily for seniors and graduate stu- Chemistry Bldg
dia Mendelssohn Theatre, 8 p.m. dents, but open to all interested. Prof.
J. G. Young, Sept. 21, 4 p.m., 229 West Fli Shots: The first "flu shot" cin-
School of Music Concert - "Seven- Engineering Bldg. ic for this fall will be held at the
teenth and Eighteen Century Music for Health Service Tues., Sept. 20, from
String Orchestra," Gilbert Ross, con- Woodrow Wilson Fellows and Horior- 8-11:30 a.m. and 1-4:30 p.m. The charge
ductor, Angel Reyes, soloist: Rackham ary Fellows who are working towards a is $1 for students and spouses and $1 50
Lecture Hall, 8:30 p.m. PhD in the humanities and social sci- for faculty, staff and spouses.
________ences in graduate schools within the i
Bureau of Industrial Relations Sem United Statesand Canada and who Doctoral Examination for Shreedhar'
expect to complete all degree require- Govind Lele, Electrical Engineering;
inar-"The Management of Managers' ments including the dissertation no thesis: "Noise Characteristics of Con-
Michigan Union, Rm. 3D, 8 a.m. later than four and one-quarter years vergent Crossed-Field Space-Charged
after beginning the tenure of a first Flows," Tues., Sept. 20. Room 3073 East
General Notices year Woodrow Wilson Fellowship are Engineering, at 2 p.m. Chairman, J. E.
Gener l No ices] o ices eligiblefo nomination for a Woodrow Rowe.
Wilson Dissertation Fellowship. Eligi-
Open Meeting on Graduate Fellowship ble students should come to Room 1014 Doctoral Examination for Judith Ann
Programs: For undergraduate and grad- Rackham Graduate School to register as Orman Lewis, Mathematics; thesis:
uate students. University and national nominees for this fellowship not later "The Evolution of the Logistic Thesis
fellowship programs will be explained than October 7. in Mathematical Logic," Tues., Sept.
by faculty campus representatives on 20, Room 2321 Angell Hall, at 4 p.m.
Thurs., Sept, 22, at 3:15 p.m. in the Chairman, R. L. Wilder.
'akamLctr- Hl.Vehicle Regulations: All students
Rackham Lecture Hall. operating motor vehicles are responsi-. Doctoral Examination for Thomas
ble for ackuainting themselves with the Wilson Gething, Linguistics; thesis*
Engineering Placement Meeting: "Em- revised student vehicle regulations that "Some Aspects of Semantic Structure
ployment Negotiations." Principles for became effective in August, 1966. Copies in Standard Thai," Tues., Sept. 20, Room
effective employment interviewing, of the regulations are available in 2223 Angell Hall, at 3 p.m. Chairman,
Room 113 SAB. W. J. Gedney.

Mrs. Rita Parkhurst, university li-
brarian, Haile Selassie University, Ethi-
opia, Sept. 19-22.
Jugoslav Stankovic, assistant, facul-
ty of law, Belgrade University, Yugo-
slavia, Sept. 20 through fail semester,
Janez Jerovsik, graduate student, In-
stitute Za Sociolozijo in Filozofijo pri
Univerzi v Liubliana, Ljubllana, Yugo-
slavia. Sept. 22-Feb. 15, 1967.
Tay-boh Lim, vice-chancellor, Uni-
versity of Singapore, Singapore, Sept,
25-28.
Placement
ANNOUNCEMENT:
All Persons Who Registered with the
Bureau during the summer or before
Sept. 15, or those activating a pre-
vious file .are requested to inform
the Bureau o ftheir current address
in order that they may be put on the
mailing list for the weekly interview
bulletin. All seniors and active candi-
dates are eligible to receive this infor-
mation if they inform the Bureau now
of a local address.
African - American Institute, New
York, N.Y.-Opportunities in French
West Africa for Fr.-Engl. Bilingual grad-
uates with BA/BS. Openings in a train-
ing program coordinated with AID,
prior admins. exper. and knowledge' of
French W. Africa, and the Woman's
Africa Committee ,administrative and
decision-making capacity, typing, de-
velop aid admin. summer program in
leadership for French speaking African
women.
Connecticut Civil Service-Personnel
Dept., Hartford, Conn. Librarian for a
State College, supervise all areas of
professional library work. BA and 2
yrs. professional exper. or MA and one
yr. Applications received before Sept. 28.
* * *
For further information please call
764-7460, General Division, Bureau of
Appointments, 3200 SAB,

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itorium.j
8 p.m.-The Professional The-
atre Program presents the APA!
Repertory Company in Sheridan's
"School for Scandal" in ihe Ly-

Professional Theatre Program Per?
shel Brusilow conducting in the
Rackham Auditor--m.

ORGANIZATION
NOTICES

Regents' Meeting: October 21. Com-
munications for consideration at this
meeting must be in the President's F
hands not later than October 6 (Thurs.). pro
eign
Announcer Auditions: Auditions are cam
now being held for the position of cate
announcer for the Michigan Marchingmad

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from
Un Iva c
is,,on
campus
Tuesday, September 27
If you're interested in building a career
with the leading technological innovator
in the computer business, don't fail to
drop by and chat with our representative.
He'll give you the full UNIVAC story.
How fast we're growing. And how fast
you can grow with us in Engineering,
Programming, Accounting, or Marketing.
Opportunities exist in the East,
Mid-Westland West.
Arrange an appointment with your
Placement Director now.
UNVAC
OIYISON OF SPERAl AANO COWOPATON
P. 0.Box 8100" Philadelphia, Pennsylvania
An Equal Opportunity Employer

dia Mendelssohn theatre. vdl V SGlil 1 Y1 vxi s
n.SUNDAY, SEPT. 25 USE OF THIS COLUMN FOR AN- Band. All persons interested in audi- nat
NOUNCEME NT is available to officially tioning for this position are asked to 2148
SATURDAY SEPT. 24 8 p.m.-The Professional 'The- recognized and registered student or- 3ontact Dr. William D. Revelli, con- N
8:;,0 p.m.-The University Mu- atre Program presents the APA ganizations only. Organizations who ductor of bands, in Room. 1318 at the fess
sical Society Chamber Arts Ser- Repertory Company in Sheridfirfs are plauning u be active for the Fall School of Music on the North Campus Ovf
Term must be registered in the Office or call 764-0582 to arrange for an Por
ies presents the Chamber SyIn- "Scnool for Scandal" in the Ly- of Student Organizations by Fri., Sept. audition time. Auditions will be held O
phony of Philadelphia with Au- din Mendelssohn Theatre. 16. Forms are available in Room 1011 during the week of Sept. 19-23. fess
-- - --- - - SAB. Over
- * * * Zoology Seminar Lecture: Dr. John Por
-- -- -_-_ __ -- Baptist Student Union, Devotions, C. Fentress, Center for Brain Research, D
Tues., Sept. 20, 4:30 p.m., Conference University of Rochester, "Integrative Eth
,- __Room No. 1, Michigan League. and Storage Mechanisms in Vertebrae Un:

Foreign Visitors"
ollowing are the foreign visitors
grmmned through the Office of For-I
n Visitor Programs, who will be on
npus this week on the dates ndi-
ed. Program arrangements are being'
de by Mrs. Clifford R. Ciller, coordi-
or, Foreign Visitor Programs, 764-
68
arana Sinai Coissoro, assistant pro-
sor, Institute of Social Sciences and
erseas Policy, University of Lisbon,
tugal, Sept. 18-20.
scar Soares Barata, assistant pro-
sor, Institute of Social Sciences and
erseas Policy. University of Lisbon,
rtugal, Sept. 18-20.
r. Richard Parkhurst, professor of
.iopian Studies at the Haile Selassie
iversity, Ethiopia, Sept. 19-22.

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MICHIGAN BELL

Introducing Two of the Most Radical Changes in Volkswagen History...

WELCOMES
FORMER OPERATORS
TO ANN ARBOR
We have immediate openings for those student
wives who have had some telephone operative
experience. If you are one of these girls, drop in
to see our employment representative. Ann Arbor
has a fine group of girls and a very attractive
building which is located only 21/2 blocks from the
campus. Employment office open Monday-Friday
8 A.M.-12, 1-5 P.M.
MICHIGAN BELL TELEPHONE
324 E. Huron
An equal opportunity employer

*

COOPER VOLKSWAGEN INC.
2575 South State Street AN N ARBOR Phone 761-3200
Open Wednesday an d Thursday until 9 P.M.

*

Before
you
ma ke t hebg
ecision...
YOU'LL WANT TO HAVE THESE FACTS ABOUT SANDERS

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WHAT IS THERE TO KNOW ABOUT SANDERS
You don't have to spend much time in industry to learn that
Sanders' growth ahd technical achievements are near models in
the electronics community. Eleven brilliant engineer-founders
(with a contract for $117) led the company in 15 years to its
position today-personnel roll exceeds 5,000 at 4 locations;
sales nearly tripled in the last 4 years, and are expected to
double in the next 2 years to a record-breaking $120 million.
YOU'LL THINK HARD AT SANDERS
Obviously, a lot of hard thinking put the remarkable rise in
Sanders' growth curve. As a weapons systems company, Sanders
focuses this thinking on aggressive innovations rather than re-
lying on traditional concepts in order to speed the developmnent-
to-delivery cycle, and to achieve total-mission reliability. As a
technical and business philosophy, this freedom to break with
conventional methods of doing things has fostered a creative
climate where original ideas multiply, professional knowledge
expands and individual advancement is accelerated.
The graduating engineer who seeks a place at the threshold of
state-of-the-art should be aware that Sanders pioneers contin-
uously in advanced areas of radar and phased array, missile
guidance, communications, ASW/oceanography, ECM, tactical

A PLAN TO HELP YOU KEEP ON GROWING
Most important to your professional development is your asso-
ciation with men who can display technical "firsts." These are
seasoned men who encourage you to similar accomplishment
and who urge you to speak your mind freely. As one Sanders
engineer puts it, "Channels of technical communication are
wide open here."
Another spur to professional development is the liberal pre-paid
tuition program for advanced study at well regarded universities
near allSanders' plant locations. And, too, a growing number
of top calibre in-plant courses are offered.
WHERE YOU FIND SANDERS ASSOCIATES
In Nashua, New Hampshire. Headquarters for the company, this
thriving community in beautiful hill country is about 30 minutes
from Boston's suburbs. In Bedford, Massachusetts. The new Bed-
ford Division is located in the heart of the "Electronics Row"
section-Route 128-near Boston. In Plainview, Long Island,
N.Y.Situated on Engineers' Hill in the Plainview Industrial Park,
Sanders' Geospace Electronics Division is just 45 minutes from
New York City. In Manchester, New Hampshire. Located in the
state's Queen City, this facility is conveniently near the airport
and the Nashua Headquarters plant.
For additional details on Sanders and the available career op-
._}r e ai an nontmentthrough your Placement

This is Kevin Truex,
Class of '65, University of Pennsylvania.
We want to move him up a notch.
Are you good enough to take his place?

Kevin Truex is just one of many '66 grads whose future
looks very promising at Avco Lycoming. We've known
that for some time - even though we've known Kevin
for less than a year.
Good men like Kevin Truex get recognition fast at
Avco Lycoming.
For one thing, they quickly find themselves in a job
that fits not only their qualifications, but their own
particular interests as well. Avco's Engineering Train-
ing Program gives them a chance to see... and actually
work in. . . many different areas of engineering before

Brooklyn Poly are among those available under a full
tuition reimbursement plan to all Avco engineers,
A CAMPUS INTERVIEW IS YOUR FIRST
MOVE TOWARD A GROWING FUTURE!
Sign up with the College Placerent Office for an inter-
view. Avco Lycoming will be on campus
Tuesday, September 27
ABOUT AVCO LYCOMING...
Avco Lycoming has been a leader in the research, development
and production of aircraft engines since 1928. In 1953 we intro-
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