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PAGE, EIGHT

THE MICHIGAN DAJ1.V

SUNDAY, OCTOBER 2, 1966

PAGE EIGHT TIlE IIICHU64N hAlEY SUNDAY, OCTOBER 2, 1966

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DAILY OFFICIAL BULLETIN

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d. Materials may be sold from a
table, but hawking or soliciting 'is not
permitted.
e. Signs are subject to University
bulletin board policy, and must be
directly related to the purpose de-
scribed in the permission request form.
(Attach signs to walls only with mask-
ing tape-do not block display cases.)
f. Sound equipment may not be used.
g. A display case (64" x 35") may be
usec. (The large case only with spe-
cial permission.) (Key to cases avail-
able in Room 1014 Angell.)
h. Permission slip must be available
able at the table at all times.
i. It is the responsibility of the. or-
ganization to keep the area both or-
derly and clean. Permission may be
cancelled if the area becomes littered.
J. Students or student organizations
campaign prior to Student Government
Council elections may not use the
Fishbowl or any Alpha Phi Omega
facilities except the Diag.
Rules Governing the Use of the Diag:
a. Permission slip must be available
at all times.
b. Tables and chairs are available
in Room C-70-B Angell Hall and must
be returned at the end of each day.
c.- Literature may be available to

be picked up by interested persons or1
may be handed out.
d. Signs are subject to University
Bulletin Board Policy and must be
directly related to* the purpose de-
scribed in the permission request form.
1. Must be sturdy and anchored
securely-maximum size 4' x 8'.
2. May not be posted to trees in a
manner that might injure the tree (no
nails) or be potentially dangerous to
passers by.
M. Must not interfere with other
signs, bloc ktraffic, or in any inter-
fere with the operation of other orga-
nizations.
4. Which are damaged must be re-
paired or removed within 24 hours after
damage has occurred.
5. Posters for the information cen-
ter must be posted by Alpha Phi Omega.
6. All signs must be removed on the
last day for which permission is grant-
ed.
7. All signs must bear stamp of Stu-
dent Organizations.
e. Sound equipment may be used
only during that time between the
hour and 10 minutes after the hour,
and between 12 noon and 1 p.m. Before
using sound equipment, check permis-
sion procedure with the Office of Stu-
dent Organizations or Student Govern-
ment Council.
Time Limits:

ORGANIZATION NOTICES r
"r A A Ar1 :J' Y J. ;t.:{ r"lV '::: J;}.:1''""1N1: :"."': """' :i ":

Tables, etc., one week; display casesf
and large signs, two weeks; small pos- 1
ters, until the end of the event.
Enforcement of these rules is pri-
Enforcement:
marily the responsibility of the stu-
dent organizations using the area. You1
are asked to comply with the spirit
as well as the letter of the above
rules. Any group or persons violating4
these rules should -be reported to the'
Office of Student Organizations, 1011
Student Activities Building on the form,
provided.
University Bulletin Board Policy
The following policy regarding the
use of University bulletin boards was
adopted by Alpha Phi Omega and ap-
proved b ythe Office of Student Affairs.
1) The maximum size posters is 15"
x 24" with the exception of the Union
and the Fishbowl, where 24" x 36" pos-
ters will be permitted.
2) All posters will be delivered with-
in three (3) days (excluding Satur-
day and Sunday) following the day they
are brought to the APO office.
3) Posters announcing events spon-
sored by any of the following groups
may be posted:
a) Recognized all-campus student or-
ganizations.
b) University departments.
c) Area civic groups (providing that
the event is of service or interest to
the student body at large).
4) The followin items may not be
posted:
a) Newsletters.
b) Campaign literature (except the
SGC semi-annual picture composite).
c) Information concerning contests.
d) Any -event or service sponsored
by an individual person.
e) Any event or service sponsored
by a profit making group.
5) All posters must specifically state,
the sponsoring organization.
6) Alpha Phi Omega cannot be held
responsible for any posters in excess
of the amount required.
7) Each individual poster will still
remain subject to the discretion of the
executive board of Alpha Phi Omega.
Doctoral Examination for Paul Leroy
Anderson, Chemistry ;thesis: "The Use
of Cyclopropyl Intermediates in An-
gular Methlyation and a Total Synthe-
sis of d,1-Thujopsene," Mon., Oct. 3,
Room 3003 Chemistry Bldg., at 2:30 p.m.
Co-Chairmen, R. E. Ireland and R. G. I
Lawton.
Placement
Announcement: General Division, Bu-
reau of Appointments, special inter-
view for Thurs., Oct. 6.
Economists: MA or or PhD gradu-
ates without experience but with dem-
onstrated ability in empirical research;

PhD's with 5-15 years experience for
projects ranging from 3 months to 4
years-at United Nations Hdq. in New
York or with UN advisory missions in
developing nations. ,Fields: Econom-j
etrics, Economic Development, or In-;
ternational Trade. Interviews will be
conducted by John Sauls, deputy direc-
tor, Office of International Organiza-
tions Recruitment in the Department of
State.
For further information please call
764-7460, General Division, Bureau of
Appointments, 3200 SAB.
ENGINEERING PLACEMENT INTER-
VIEWS-Seniors & grad students, please
sign schedule posted at 128-H West
Engrg. Bldg. Phone 764-8483.
WED., OCT. 5-

sylvania, Upstate N.Y. & Mass. - Any
Degree: ChE, EE, IE. ME, Met. BS: AE.
For R. & D., Des., & Prod. & Sales.
U.S. Naval Avionics Facility. Indian-
apolis, Ind.-BS-MS: EE. BS: Mat'ls. For
R. & D., Des.
THURS., OCT. 6-
Bell System-Continues interviewing.
Boise Cascade Corp., Operations Re-
search, Portland, Ore.-MS: IE. For
Oper. Res.
International Business Machines -
Continues interviewing.
McDonnell Aircraft Corp.-Continues
interviewing.
Owens-Illinois Technical Center, To-
ledo, Ohio-Any Degree: ChE, EE, EM,
IE, Mat'ls., ME, Met., Chem., Phys. and
Math. MS: Bioengr., Construction, San-
itary, Elect. Sci., Syst. Eng., Elect., Eng:r.
Admin. Prof.: Applied Math. For R.
& D.. and Des.

o L., t C .
American Electric Power System, In- Owens-Illinois, Inc., Various loca-
diana & Michigan Electric Co., Fort tions throughout the country-BS-MS:
Wayne, Marion, Muncie, Sullican & ChE, EE, IE, ME. For Des., Prod., Sales,
Lawrenceburg, Ind. Benlon Harbor, Process Engr.
and Applications. The ''oledo Edison Co., Ohio - BS-
Mich.-BS: EE, ME, Acctg. For Sales MS: CE, EE, EM, IE, ME. MS: Const.,
Applied Physics Lab-Continues to Engrg. Syst., Syst. Sales Engr., Elect.
interview. BS: E Phys. and Applied Math. For
Bell System, Bell Labs, AT & T Long Des. & Production.
Lines, Mich. Bell, West. Electric, Sandia
Corp.-Any Degree: AE, EE, ME, EM. Trane Co.-BS-MS: ME. BS: AE, ChE,
MS: Elec. Sci., Syst. Eng., Elect. BS: Ap- CE, EE, EM, E Phys., IE, Sci. Engr.
plied Math. R. & D, and Des. Applica- For R. & D., Prod., Sales.
tions. Union Carbide ,Group I Div., N.Y.,
International Business Machines Corp. N.J., W. Va., Texas-BS-MS: ChE, EE,
All corporate PhD requirements. PhD: ME, and MBA w engr. BS. For R. &
Bioengr., ChE, Comm., EM, EE, Met., D., Des., Prod., and Sales.
Math, Phys. For R. & D. Upjohn Co., Kalamazoo. Mich. &
Johnson & Johnson, Chicago, Ill.; North Haven, Conn.-Any Degree: ChE.
Sherman, Texas: New Brunswick, N.J.- For R. & D., and Design.
BS: Ch E,EE, EM, IE, Applied Math, ME. Cook Paint & Varnish Co., Detroit
McDonnell Aircraft Corp., St. Louis, and Kansas City, Kan.-BS: ChE, Ma-
Mo.-Any Degree: AE, CE, EE, EM, IE, terials. For R. & D., Prod., and Sales.
ME. MS-PhD: Comm., Info. & Controls, The following will interview non-citi-
Mat'ls. & Met, MS: Syst. Eng., Elec., zens as well as citizens if they have
Engr. Admin. BS: E Phys. For R. & D., a permanent visa or are intending to
& Des. become citizens: U.S. Naval Avionics
Shure Brothers, Inc. ,Evanston, Ill. - Facility, International Business Ma-
BS-MS: EE. BS: E Phys. For R. & D., chines Corp., Boise Cascade Corp., Cook
& Des. Paint & Varnish Co., Owens-Illinois
Sylvania Electric Products, Inc., Penn- Tech. Center, and Upjohn Co.

We have a fatastic selecsos-r 'Svez lr
of cultCCred pearls
Neckzlaces f roa. Thirty-For Dollars and Fiffty Cents
Earrings-Pierced and Pierceless-f roni Set'cn IDolla rs
Bracelets from Teri Dolla rs4
arcade jewelry shop
S16 nickels arcade

USE OF THIS COLUMN FOR AN-]
NOUNCEMENTS is available .to officially1
recognized and registered student or-
ganizations only. Forms are available
in Room 1011 SAB.
Guild House, Monday noon luncheon,
Oct. 3, 12-1 p.m., Prof. William Por-
ter, chairman, Dept. of Journalism:'
"The Great Society" (A Series), 802
Monroe.
Sociedad Hispanica, a Tertulia, Mon.,
Oct. 3, 3-5 p m., 3050 Frieze Bldg. Con-
versation in an Hispanic atmosphere.
University Fellowship ,Huron Hills
Baptist Church, Sun.,, Oct. 2, 7 p.m.,
Inter-Varsity film: "Crisis in Missions."
Refreshments afterwards and discussion
led by Ward Wilson.
* * *
Folk Dance Club (WAA), Folk dance,
Mon., Oct. 3, 8:30-10:30 p.m., Women's
Athletic Bldg.
* * * .
India Students' Association, Gandhi
Jayanti ,a symposium on "Gandhian

Politico-Social Ideas" in which mem-
bers will participate, Oct. 2, 7:30 p.m:,
3rd Floor Union. t.
University Lutheran Chapel, 1511
Washtenaw, Oct. 2, 9:45 a.m. and 11:15
a.m. services, the Rev. 'Prof. H. Kram-
er: "The Unity of the Spirit." Holy
Communion both services, "This Do
Ye," Bible class, 11:15 a.m.
Near East Studies Club, Lecture, Oct.
3, 4 p.m., Room 1, Lane Hall.
Baptist 'Student Union, Devotional,
Oct. 4, 4:30 p.m., Conferenme Room.
No. 1, Michigan League.
Graduate Outing Club, Hiking, Sun.,
Oct. 2, 2 p.m., Rackham Bldg., Huron
St. entrance.
* * *
Lutheran Student Chapel, Hill St. at
Forest Ave. Worship services at 9:30
and 11 a.m., Bible study at 9:30 a.m.
led by- Dr. George Mendenhall. 6 p.m.,
supper followed by program at 7 p.m.:
"Sex, Dating and Marriage," Dr. Henry
0. Yoder, pastor,

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Lectures, negative and print analysis and criticism
Thursday, October 6, 7:30 P.M.
421 S. Division, No. 5

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