THE MICHIGAN DAILY
FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 23,1966
WAGE EIGHT FIlE MIChIGAN DAILY FRIDAY. SEPTEMBER 2~. 19CG
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DAILY OFFICIAL BULLETIN
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The Daily Official Bulletin is an Women's Speed Swimming Club: The 764-7460, General Division, Bureau of
official publication of the Univer- Women's Speed Swimming Club will Appointments, 3200 SAB.t
sity of Michigan for which The hold its first organizational meeting
Michigan laily assumes no editor- on Mon., Sept. 26 at 7:30 p.m. in the ENGINEERING PLACEMENT INTER-
ial responsibility. Notices should be lobby o fthe Margaret Bell Women's VIEWS-Seniors & grad students.please;
sent in TVPLWItITTIN form to Pool. This meeting is for all past and sign schedule posted at 128-H West1
Room 3519 Administration Bldg. be- prospective members. Engrg.
fore 2 p.m. of the day preceding SEPT. 27-
publication and by 2 p.m. Friday Doctoral Examination for Anohtny Avco-Lycoming Div., Stratford, Conn.
for Saturday and Sunday. General Thomas Dren, Pharmacalogy; thesis: -BS-MS-Prof.: AE, ME. Prof.: Appl.
Notices may be published a maxi- "Hemicholinium No. 3 - A Tool for Mech. BS-MS: EM, Mat'ls., Met. U.S.
mum of two times on request; Dhay Studying Cholinergic EEG Activation citizens & non-citizens with perma-
Calendar items appear once only. Mechanisms," Fri., Sept. 23, Room ' nent visa. R. & D., Des.
Student erg tizaun notices are not 6314 Medical-Science Bldg., at 8:30 Digital Equipment Corp., Home Of-t
accepted for pnhleatuon. a.m. Chairman, E. F. Domino. [ice: Maynard, Mass.-BS-MS: EE, IE,
FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 23 Math, Phys. PhD: Phys. MS: Bioengi-
ii vents neering, Comm. Sci., Elect. St., Sys-
tems Eng.-Elec., Info. & Controls. BS:t
Day Calendar The following sponsored student Applied Math. U.S. citizens & all non-
events are approved for the coming citizens. Res., Des., Sales.
Bureau of Industrial Relations Sem- Weekend. Seial chairmen are remined DoALL Co., All major cities in thec
inar-"The Management of Managers": that requests for approval for soeial U.S.-BS-MS: ME. BS: Mat., Met., IE-
Michigan Union, Rm. 3D, 8 a.m. -vents are due in the Office of Student Bus. Ad. Sales.
__. Oraanizations not later than 12 n'rlnrk SEPT. 2'-28-
Center for Programmed Learning for noon nn Wednesday prior to the event. E. I. duPont deNemours & Co., Inc.,
Business Seminar-"Management of Be- FRI., SEPT. 23- All locations-PhD: ChE, EE, EM, IE,t
havior Change": Michigan Union, 8:30 Alpha Epsilon Pi. Open-Open; Al- Mat'ls., ME, eMt.. Nuclear. U.S. citi-
a.m. len Rumsey-Wenley-Stockwell, Mixer at zens & non-citizens intending to be-
Stockwell; Alpha Tau Omega, Open- come a U.S. citizen. R. & D., Des.,c
Bureau of Industrial Relations Sem- Open; Beta Theta Pi, Party; Delta Tau Prod. & Sales.
inar-"Developing Skills for Working Delta, Open-Open; Evans Scholars, SEPT. 27-
with Groups-Problems of Organiza- Open-Open; Phi Gamma Delta, Open- Sanders Associates, Nashua, N.H.-
tion and Interpersonal Relations": Open: Phi Sigma Delta. Open-Open: BS-MS: EM, ME, Math. BS: E Phys-I
Michigan Union, 8:30 a.m. Phi Sigma Kappa, TGIF; Prescott House ics. MS: Elec. Set., Systems Eng.-
- EQ, Open-Open. Elec., Info. & Controls. R. & D., Des.,t
Management Development Seminar -- Sigma Chi, TGIF; Sigma Phi, Party Prod.
"University Business Procedures": Rack- (Open-Open); Tau Epsilon Phi, Open- Univac, Defense Systems Div. St.
ham Bldg., 10 a.m. Open; Tau Kappa Epsilon, Stag Party Paul, Minn.-Any Degree: EE, Math.
& Open-Open; Triangle, Open-Open; MS: Systems Eng.-Elec. R. & D., Des.,c
Cinema Guild-D. W. Griffith's "The Tyler House, Hayride-Broadview Farms, Pr
Birth of a Nation": Architecture Aud., Williams House, WQ, Open-Open; Zeta Prod..
7 and 9:45 p.m. Beta Tau, Open-Open; Winchell, WQ, vnivac,DaBlueBProce iladelia sb
and Bush, SQ, Mixer: Phi Delta Delta, urb)-BS: EE App. Math, ME, U.S
Professional Theatre Program Per? Open-Open. citizens & non-citizens If intending
formance-APA Repertory Company in SAT., SEPT. 24- to become a citizen-with permanent
Sheridan's "School for Scandal": Ly- Alpha Epsilon Pi, Open-Open; Allen visa. Dev., Des., Prod.-,
dia Mendelssohn Theatre, 8 p.m. Rumsey House & Palmer, Juke Box U.S. Govt., Federal Power Commis-
Party with Palmer House; Alpha Sig- sion, Wash., D.C.; and in all bureaus1
Astronomical Colloquium-Fri., Sept. ma Phi, Open-Open Band Pa'rty; Alpha of the commission (a.m.)-BS: ChE,
23, 4 p.m., Room 807 Physics-Astronomy Tau Omega, Open-Open; Beta Theta Pi, CE, EE, ME. Econ., Geology, Acctg.
Bldg. Dr. Donat G. Wentzel, Depart- Theme Party; Chi Phi, Band Party; MS: Construction. U.S. citizens & non-
ment of Astronomy, will speak on "The Chi Psi, Band Party; Cooley, EQ, Open- citizens if intending to become a citi-l
Noordwijk Symposium on Radio As- Open; Delta Sigma Phi, Open-Open zen. Federal regulation of electric
tronomy and the Galactic System." Band Party; Delta Tau Delta, Open- power & national gas industry.
Open; Evans Scholars, Band Party & Center for Naval Analyses, Washing-
GN eOpen-Open; Kappa Sigma, House Par- ton, Arlington area-MS-PhD: Comm.
General Notsces ty-P Se., EE, IE, Info. & Controls, Nuclear.r
Phi Delta Theta, House Party;Ph Oper. Res. & Syst. Anal. (a.m.).
The Michigan Memorial-Phoenix Proj- Gamma Delta,Garbage Can Party; Phi P. s&-A ( .
ect invites requests for faculty research Sigma Delta, Open-Open Band Party, SEPT.f 6-27-
grants to support research within the Phi Sigma Kappa, Open-Open; Sigma r Div.-BS-MS: AE, ChE, CE, PE, EM,
scope of the term "peaceful uses of Phi, Party (Open-Open); Tau Epsilon IE- ME, eMt,, Naval & Marine, Nuclear.
nuclear energy." The Project is par- Phi, Open-Open; Tau Epsilon Phi, Beat-M, ,a, eteer.S
ticularly interested In studies concerned nik Party; Tau Kappa Epsilon, Band MS: Bioeng., Const., Elect. Sd. BS:
with: Biological Effects of Radiation, Party; Theta Delta Chi, Hell's Angell Engrg.Physics, S. Engrg.Prod.
Radiation Disometry, New Uses of Iso- Party; Theta Xi, Open-Open; Williams, SEPT 28-
topes, New Tracer Techniques, Direct. WQ, Pool Party' & Dance Party; Zeta Carpenter Steel Co. Readi Pa.-
Conversion of Nuclear Energy to Elec- Beta Tau, Open-Open; Theta Chi, Open- BS: ChE, IE, ME, Met. U.S. citizenship
ical Energy, The Fusion Process, Plas- Open Party. required. Summer Employment: Jrs. in
tas as Related to Controlled Fusion.the above fields sign regular schedule.
maasas Rlate to ontrlledFusin, or interview appt. R. & D.
Radiation Chemistry, Nuclear Weapons! o neriwapt .&D
Proliferation andDsNcareapns Placemient Harbison - Walker Refractories Co.,
roieainadDisarmament, Psy- PtsugP.B:CE E M
chological Attitudes Toward Nuclear PSTO'OEIG: itbrgPr T hCE M
Energy Hazards, Evaluation of Hazards POSITION OPENINGS: Phys., IE, Mat'ls., Appi. Math, ME,
to Urban Populations from Nuclear Bowling Green State University, Bowl- Met., Sci. Engrg & Phys. Set. majors.
Activities, and Economic Studies of ing Green, Ohio-Chief Photographer Sales Engrg.
Nuclear Activities Including Power Pro- and manager o fthe University's Pho- Keeler Brass Co., Grand Rapids,
duction. The Project will not support tography Service. Bachelor's and some Mich.-BS-MS: ME. BS: ChE, EM, IE.
Work whose only relation to nuclear work exper., prefer some writing bkgd. Des., Prod.
energy is a routine use of isotope Knowl. of 35mm avail. light photo and Levitt & Sons, Inc. ,Lake Success,
tracer techniques. Leica, Rollie and Graphic cameras. L.I., N.Y.-BS-MS: CE. MS: Const.
Requests for grants of $3080" or less Local Scientific Institute-Lab Tech- Mechanical Handling Systems, Inc.,
requostsappoprats. Grantsmayless nologist, full time, with time off pos- Warren, Mich.-BS-MS: IE, ME. BS: EE
are most appropriate. Grants may coy- sible for graduate studies. BS Chem., U.S. citizens & non-citizens with per-
er equipment, supplies, research assist- possibly Biol. or Zool. manent visa. R. & D., Des., Prod.,
ance, and field trips. Applications for Borroughs Corp., Detroit, Mich. - Sales.
these grants should be returned to Corporate Industrial Relations Dept. Ott Chemical Co., Muskegon, Mich.-
the Phoenix Project by Fri., Sept. 30, Backup man for college employment, B8-MS: ChE, Lib. Set. Any Degree:
1966. Grants will be made by Dec. 1, mainly to do interviewing. One year Analyt., Gen., Org. Chem. R. & D.,
1966. or less experience. Prod.
Applicatirn blanks may be obtained Local Architectural Firm-Secretary, Prestolite Co., Toledo, Ohio - BS:
from the office of the Phoenix Proj- requires bookkeeping, typing and short- EE, ME. R. & D., Des.
ect at the Phoenix Memorial Labora- hand for one-girl office, begin Dec. 1. Sperry Gyroscope Co., Long Island.
tory on the North Campus ar by call- Monasto, Springfield, Mass. - Com- New York, Sperry Semiconductor in
ing 764-6213, munications Specialist in personnel Norwalk, Conn.-Any Degree: EE. MS-
field. Male, 015 yrs. exper., age under PhD: Info, & Controls. MS: Elect.
Graduate Students: Expecting to re- 35. Sci., Systems Eng.-Elec. BS: E Phys.!
ceive a master's or' professional de- Local Firm-Secretary able to handle R. & D.
gree in December 1966 must file a di- office when boss is away. Phone calls, Sundstrand Corp., Rockford, LaSalle
plona application with the recorder of prefer shorthand (will use dictating & Belvidere ,IlI.-BS-MS: EE, ME. BS:
the Graduate School by Fri., Sept. 23, machine), quotes, letters and filing, no IE, Met. R. & D., Des., Prod., Sales,
No student can be recommended for a bookkeeping. Prefer experience and in- Automation.
degree unless he has filed formal ap- dependent, very dependable person. Zenith Radio Corp., Chicago & Evan-
plication in the office of the Gradu- * * * ston, II1.-Any Degree: EE. BS: IE. R.
ate School by that date. For further information please call & D., Des.
ORGAN I ZATION
USE OF THIS COLUMN FOR AN-I
NOUNCEMENTS is available to officially
recognized and registered student or-
ganizations only. Forms are availableI
in Room 1011 SAB.
* * *
Pakistan Students Association. An-
nual general meeting, election of offi-
cers, Sept. 24, 3 p.m., International
Center, 603 E. Madison.
U. of M. Chess Club, Meeting, Fri.,
Sept. 23, 7:30 p.m., 3B Michigan Union.
Newman Club, Community mass and
supper, Sept. 23, 5:10 p.m., Newman
Center, 331 Thompson.
Newman Club -,Discussion: "Don't
Call Me Father," Father ThomasDBes
senette, Sept. 23, 8 p.m., Newman 1
Center, 331 Thompson.
Baha'i Student Group, Informal dis-
cussion, Sept. 23, 8 p.m., 335 E. Huron,
Apt. 5. All welcome.
S * *
Graduate Outing Club, Hiking, Sun.,
Sept. 25, Rackham Bldg., Huron St. en-
* * *
Alpha Phi Omega, Editing student
directory, Sat., Sept. 24, 9 a.m., 2011
SAB. Actives and pledges cordially in-
Guild House, Friday noon luncheon,
12-1 p.m., Sept. 23. Carl Oglesby: "Cri-
tique of U.S. Military Role." 802 Mon-
Guild House, International dinner andI
concert (Sitar), Sept. 23, 7:30 p.m., 802
Gamma Delta, Square dance, Sept. 23,
8 p.m.. 1511 Washtenaw, University
Lutheran Chapel. Fun, food and fel-
lowship for all. Everyone welcome.
* * *
Gamma Delta, Sunday supper at 6
p.m., Sept. 25, followed by a lecture
by Hugh Reilly, a former Roman Cath-
olic priest and Newman chaplain, now
teaching Latin at Concordia, Ann Ar-
bor, at 6:45 p.m., 1511 Washtenaw, Uni-
versity Lutheran Chapel.
~God hath made that same
Jesus, whom ye hove crucified,;
both Lord and Chirst."
CHURCH OF CHRIST
530 West Stadium
Hey--I just get scme
You mean Japanese
No-of course not.
Don't just sit there,
Make a noise. Or drink
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All Rooms have TV, Phone, Privale
What did you do
when Joe (Boxcar)
kicked off the
football team just
because he flunked
six out of four of
his majors? What
did you do, Wallace
And when the
editors resigned in
protest because The
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