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THE MICHIGAN DAI1.V

TUESDAY, OCTOBER 4, 1966

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Brilliance, Exciting Variety
Fuse in Diag Art Exhibition

ORGANIZATION NOTICES

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USE OF THIS COLUMN FOR AN-
NOUNCEMENTS is available to officially
recognized and registered student or-
ganizations only. Forms are available
in Room 1011 SAB.
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By JOAN ALTER
The curious green and gold tent
pitched on the Diag houses the
third annual Diag Art Fair, an
exhibition of about 150 works
submitted by University students.
The event is sponsored by UAC's
Creative Arts Committee and or-
ganized by a sub-committee co-
chaired by Rick Aronsohn and
Linda Durall.
Variety is the key word in
describing the exhibition this
year. Variety of mediums is rep-
resented as well as a variation
in quality. There are enough col-
lages to please any amateur
decorator, among them perhaps
the best works of the fair. A fine
example is Mowery's "Canto II,"
"St. George: Witch Duessa and
the Magic Trees," which consists
of partially inked-in clear plastic

over a melange of brilliantly
colored Hebraic newsprint. The
total effect is a beautifully done
Biblical fantasy image. Other col-
lages also make use of mass me-
dia such as print and colored
newspaper photographs skillfully
juxtaposed.
The assortment of lithographs
rivals that of the collages. Mostly
black and white, they typify the
kind of composition which looks
like a charming random occur-
rence opportunely captured by the
artist. A colorful exception is C.
Ross' lithograph entitled "Mos-
quito Bed." There are in addi-
tion a few very good water colors,
such as the light-hearted flower
arrangements of Judy Alexander
and the vibrant red and blue
colorings of Mark Lightfoot.
The oil collection, however,

Baptist Student Union, Devotional,
ranges from the most unintel- Oct 4 4:30 p.m., Conferenme Room.
ligible scribbles to the familiar No. 1, Michigan League.
picture-postcard scenes of stormy Baha'i Student Group, Informal dis-
seascapes. Although the oils in cussion, Fri., Oct. 7. 8 p.m., 335 E.
general smack a bit of the ama- Huron, Apt 65. All welcome.
teurish, even here are displayed ;
some unusually interesting expe-
riments in texture. There is ah
regretfully small display of some 1
excellent photography. Last but
not least are the drawings, both
in charcoal and ink, which in- ' g $AgA┬░YAtA1
clude several good figure draw- TUESDAY, OCT. 4

Voice (SDS), Oct. 4, 8-11 p.m., gen-
eral membership meeting, Room 3-G,
Michigan Union.
MUSKET, Committee mass meeting-
for anyone interested in working on
any MUSKET committees, Oct. 5, 7:30
p.m., 3rd Floor Conference Room,
Michigan Union.
Le Cercle Francais, French movie,
"La Mort de Belle," adapted for screen
by J. Anovilh from novel by G. Simen-

on, Jean Desailly in the main part,
Oct. 4, s p.m., UGLI Multipurpose
Room.
Le Cercle Francais, Le Baratin-en-
joy a French atmosphere, Thurs., Oct.
6, 3-5 p.m., 3050 Frieze Bldg.
Student Chapter, Association for
Computing Machinery, Prof. B. A. Gal-
ler speaking on "Definitions in Alge-
braic Languages," Oct. 5, 8 p.m., 1500
East Engineering. Public is Invited.
Physical Therapy Club, Oct. 5, 7:30
p.m., Third Floor Conference Room,
Univ. Hospital, Mr. Sturza, coordinator
of prostheses, braces and appliance
shop at Univ. Hospital will be speak-
ing.

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8:00 p.m.-The APA Repertory

ings and landscapes.
The chief shortcoming of the'
exhibition this year is the fact
that there is so much wasted
space. Perhaps in the future UAC
will make the effort to include
some sculpture and ceramics as
well as two dimensional works.
This meager display can hardly
be representative of the talent at
the University.

4:15 p.m.-The University of Theatre Company will perform in
Michigan Stanley Quartet will give "T h r e e Mysteries With Two
a free concert in the Raekham Clowns" in the Lydia Mendelssohn
Lecture Hall. Theatre.
8:00 p.m.-Dept. of Landscape
Architecture presents Lecture by WEDNESDAY, OCT.5
J. S. K. Velpe of the M.I.T.- 4:15 p.m.-Bruce Carlson of the
Harvard Center on Urban Affairs anatomy department will deliver
on Urban Design in Developing a speech on the "Exchange Scient-
Nations-Ciudad Guayana" Room ist's View of the USSR" in Room
130, Business Administration Bldg. 201 of the East Medical Bldg.

presents
Cary Grant
Leslie Caron
in

General Membership Meeting
(Student Power)
Today, 8-11 P.M.
Room 3G in the Union
"Let the people decide"
POPULAR DANCE LESSONS
THURSDAYS, OCT. 6-27, 7:30-9:30 P.M.
$4.00
BRIDGE I LESSONS
TUESDAYS, OCT. 4-NOV. 15,7-9 P.M.
$6.00
BRIDGE II LESSONS
TUESDAYS, OCT. 4-NOV. 15,9-11 P.M.
$6.00
BRIDGE-Sign up at first lesson-Tonight-
Michigan Room-League
DANCE-Thursday, Oct. 6-
Sign up in Union-Room 3B

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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 3519 Administration Bldg. be-
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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.
TUESDAY, OCTOBER 4
Davy Calendar
Management Development Seminar-
"University Business Procedures": Rack-
ham Bldg., 10 a.m.
Dept. of Architecture Lecture-Ray-
mond Andrews, architect, London, Eng-
land, "Urban Renewal in the United
Kingdom": Architecture Aud., 3:30 p.m.
Professional Theatre Program Per-
formance-APA Repertory Company in
"Three 'Mysteries with Two Clowns":
Lydia Mendelssohn Theat're 8 p.m.
Science Research Club-Meeting Oct.
4 at 7:30 p.m., Rackham Amphitheatre
-brief business meeting, election. of
new members, "Recent Trends in Re-
mote Sensing," M. R. Holter, Institute'
of Science and Technology, and "Five
Years of Research on Fatal Car Acci-
dents." Donald. F. Huelke, Department
of Anatomy.
Flu Shots: There will be a "flu shot"
clinic at t'" Health Service Tues., Oct.
4, from 8-11:30 a.m. and 1-4:30 p.m.
The charge is $1 for students and spouse
and $1.50 for faculty, staff and spouses.
General Notices
Voter Registration: John Bentley, Ann
Arbor city clerk, to discuss voter reg-
istration and absentee ballot, Eaton
Lounge. Vera Baits Housing, 7:30 p.m.,
Wed., Oct. 5.
Doctoral Candidates who expect to
receive degrees in December 1966 should
turn in two bound and one unbound
copies of their dissertations to the of-
fice of the Graduate School by Oct.
31, The report of the doctoral commit-
tee on the final oral examination must
be filed with the Recorder of the
Graduate School together with two
copies of the thesis, ready in all re-
spects for publication, not later than
Mon., Nov. 28. ,
Foreign Student Tuition Scholarships:
Beginning Oct. 1, 1966, application forms
will be available. at the front desk
of the International Center for the

coming Winter Term, 1967. The dead-
line for receipt of applications will be
Oct. 31, 1966. Applicants must have
already completed a full semester at
the University of Michigan in the
school or college in which they are
currently enrolled. Canadians and im-
migrants (permanent residents) to the
U.S. are not eligible to apply for this
particular scholarship.
Career Opportunities Abroad: The In-
ternational Center, in cooperation with
the International Committee of UAC
will present a special program on "Ca-
reer Opportunities Abroad" at 8 p.m.
on Wed., Oct. 5, in the Michigan Union
Ballroom. Included will be a four mem-
ber panel of speakers. Following the
panel, the audience will be invited to
visit the organizational representatives
and displays present for the program.
Organizations represented will include
Department of State, U.S. Information
Agency, Peace Corps, International
Voluntary Services, General Motors,
Ford Motor, Department of Defense
Overseas Schools, Goodyear Interna-
tional, Firestone International, IBM
World Trade, American Friends Service
Committee, Overseas Educational Serv-
the U.S. Office of Education. All stu-
ice, Near East College Association, and
dents are welcome to attend.
Dept. of Anatomy Seminar: The sem-
inar listed in the . Weekly Calendar
for Oct. 5 is in error. The seminar
will be held Wed., Oct. 12.
Dept. of Speech: Presentation by the
Department of Speech, Student Lab-
oratory Theatre Program, of the one-
act play "Creditors" by August Strind-
berg will be Thurs., Oct. 6, at 4:10
p.m. In the Arena Theatre, Frieze Bldg.
Interdepartmental Seminars in Fluid
Mechanics: The College of Engineer-
ing, Oct. 5. Dr. T. Brooke Benjamin,
University of Cambridge and Univer-
sity of California, San Diego, will
speak on "Instability of Long-Crested
Wave Trains," Room 325 West Engineer-
ing. Coffee will be served at 3:30
p.m. in Rm. 214 West Engineering.
Student Government Council Approval
of the following student sponsored
events becomes effective 24 hours after
the publication of this notice. All pub-
licity for these events must be with-
held until the approval has become ef-
fective.
Approval request forms for student
sponsored events are available in Room
1011 of the SAB.
India Students' Association, Movie,
"Chand Aur Suraj," Oct. 8, 7:30 p.m.,
*Natural Science Aud.
Phi Sigma Delta, Phi Sig Week, Oct.
7 through Oct. 15, Diag.
Triangle Fraternity, All campus mix-
er, Oct. 1, 9 p.m. to 1 a.m., League
Ballroom.

Flint. Male, degree preferred, exper. -Various statewide in water pollution
Placem ent salesman, ideally 29, married and own control & water resources. BS-MS: CE,
transportation. Immediate opening. 'EE. MS: Sanit., Water Res. Dec., April,
PLACEMENT INTERVIEWS: Gradu- City of Chicago Civil Serv. Comm., June & Aug. grads. R. & D., Des. Citi-
ates and seniors make appointments by Chicago, III.-Board of Health seeks zens & non-citizens if intending to be-
4 p.m. of the day preceding the visits Public Health Administrator. Primar- come a citizen, with permanent visa.
by the following companies. All em- ily for Maternity, Infant, Child and Summer employment: Fr.. So., Jr., Sr.
ployers expect to see your file before Youth Care Projects. Masters in Public students in CE place college interview
the interview. Please return forms and Admin .or Public Health Admin .and form in blue co. folder for further
update your files as soon as possible. 3 yrs. exper. as administrator in bus, consideration. Do not sign schedule
THURS., OCT. 6-- government or a social agency. for interview appt.
Ford Motor Co., Dearborn, Mich. - Government of the District of Co- New York State Public Works Dept.
All Day.'BA and Adv. Degrees in Econ., lumbia, Dept. of Public Health-Sani- -Various districts coverin gall of N.Y.
Journ., Chem., Psych., Law, Math, and tary engineers GS-5 through GS-13. state-Also Res. Soil Mechanics, Plan-
Gen. Lib. Arts for Finan. Mgmt., Cost Interested in applications from seniors ning, Structural, etc. BS-MS: CE, EE,
& Gen. Acctg., Purch.-Traffic. Ind. Rel., graduating in Dec. or April. ME. MS: Sanlt. Dec., April, June &
Prod. Super., Prod. Control, Sales, Pro- Bell Aerosystems Co., Buffalo, N.Y. non-citizens if intending to become a
gramming, and Oper. Res. -PhD: Aero, Civil or Engr. Mechan. Aug. grads. R. & D., Des. Citizens &
International Voluntary Services, Chem. or Chem. Engr. Elect. Engr. Engr. citizen, with permanent visa. Summer
Wash., D.C.-All Day. MA in Anthro., Sci. or Gasdynamics. Physics, Nuclear employment: Fr., So., Jr., Sr. students
Econ., Engl., For. Lang., Gen. Lib. Engr. MS for Elect. Engr. of Physics, in CE place college interview form in
Arts, Geog., Geol., Hist., Journ., Math, All advanced technology research pos1- blue co. folder for further considera-
Music, Nat. Res., Philos,,' Poll. Sci., tions. tion. Do not sign schedule 'for inter-
Psych., Public Health, Soc., Soc. Work s * * * view apt.
For Voluntary overseas dev. programs. For further information please call .
Office of International Organizations 764-7460, General Division, Bureau of Owens-Illinois Technical Ctr., Tech-
g nical & Development Centers, Toledo,
Recruitment, Dept. of State, UN in N.Y. Appointments, 3200 SAB. O -Any Degree: ChE, EE, EM, IE,
or UN Advisory missions in developing Mat'ls., ME, Met, Chem., Phys. & Math,
nations (not in State Dept. itself)d: SUMMER PLACEMENT SERVICE: MS B e C., Sanit,. Elect
Economists: MA or or PhD gradu- {212 SAB- Syst's. Eng.Elco., ng. d. :ElePhS.,
ates withou't experience but with dem- U.S. Civil Service Examination for ' Applied Math, Sci. Eng. Prof.: Applied
onstrated ability in empirical research; Office and Science Assistant: Form Math. Dec., April, June & Aug. grads.
PhD's with 5-15 years experience for 5000-AB can be obtained from 212 SAB R. & D., Des. Citizens & non-citizens
projects ranging from 3 monthseto 4#Lower Level. Must be filed by Oct. 21 with permanent visa.Summer employ-
years-at United Nations Hdq. In New for the Nov. 6 test; next filing is ment: So., Jr., Sr. & grad students
York or with UN advisory missions in Dec. 9 for the Jan. 7 test and the in EE, ChE, ME, EM, E Phys., IE.
developing nations. Fields: Econom- final filing is Jan. 9 for the Feb. 4 test, Place college interview form in blue
etrics, Economic Development, or In- (Continued on Page 8)
ternational Trade. Interviews will be ENGINEERING PLACEMENT INTER- .
conducted by John Sauls, deputy direc- VIEWS-Seniors & grad students, please
tor, Office of International Organiza- sign schedule posted at 128-H West Phone 482-2056
tions Recruitment in the Department of Engrg. Bldg. Phone 764-8483.
FRI., OCT. 7- OCT. 7-
International Voluntary Services- jAvco Space &Missiles Div., Wilming-!
Continues interviewing. ton & Lowell Mass.-BS-MS-PhD: AE,
* * * CE, EE, ME. MS-PhD: ChE, Comm. Sc., '

Friday and Saturday
Oct. 7 and 8
7 and 9:15 P.M.

Aud. A

50c

I.D. required

_PENG_ TEIIIT
OPENINGS WITH THE UNITED NATIONS

Recent MA and Ph.D. graduates
and individuals with 5-15 years
experience in Econometrics,
Economic Development, and
International Trade
Must be an American citizen

Assignments for periods of
3 months to 4 years at U N
Headquarters in New York and
with UN Advisory Missions in
developing nations

A few summer openings

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For further information
764-7460. General Division,
Appointments, 3200 SAB.
State. U.S. citizenship requir
POSITION OPENINGS:
ManagementEConsultants,
Area -- Corporate Controlle
ble to treas. for financial
the business, and consolida
statements and budgets. L
and CPA preferred, 10-15
modern organization. Abilit
& finance with EDP Syst
ance Superintendent, maint
ings and grounds, snow r
all utilities. Grad with eng
degree and several yrs. as
neer, civi lengr. or plant
maintenance.
Dept. of Navy, Wash., D.
of Research for Naval Res
Cover three areas, Electron
ials and Gen. Sciences. BA
advanced degree in Physical
gineering. At least 4 yrs. of
al exper., three of which r
specialized technical field.
Elliott Business Machines,
Sales Representative, two
established, Detroit, andl

please call EM, I & C, Mat'ls., Met., Planet &
Bureau of Space Sci. BS: IE. R. & D. & Des.
Citizens only.
red. Bell System, Bell Labs., AT & T Long'
Lines, Mich. Bell, Western Elec. & San-
dia Corp.-BS-MS: ChE, EIE, ME.
New York MS: AE, Comm CS., Elec. Sci., Energy
er responsi- Ad. BS: CE, EM, E Physics, Applied
control of Syst's., Syst's. Eng.-Elec., I & C, Eng.
ted minan. Math, Met., Sci. Eng. R, & D., Des.,
Grad. MBA Applic. Citizens required.
yrs. with The Falk Corp., Milwaukee, except for
y in acctg. Sales, Sales Trng. in Milwaukee - BS:
. Mainten- IE, ME. R. & D., Des., Prod., Sales,
t. of build- Comp. Programming. Citizens required.
emoval and International Business Machines
gr. of tech. Corp., All Corporate PhD requirements.
plant engi- PhD: Bioeng., ChE, Comm. Sci., EE, EM,
and equip. IE, I & C, Mat'ls., ME, Met., Math,
Phys. R. & D. Citizens or permanent
C.-Director visa.
search Lab. Modine Manufacturing Co., Wis., Ill.,
ics, Mater- Ind., Tenn., Ky., Va.-BS: ChE, CE,
and pref. EE, IE, Mat'Is., ME. Dev., Des., Prod.,
Sdi or En- Sales. Citizens & non-citizens if in-
profession- tending to become a citizen. Summer
must be in employment. Jr. & Sr. residing close
to plant sites-Racine, Wis., LaPorte,
Detroit - Ind., McHenry, Ill., Bloomington, Ill.
territories Sign regular schedule for appt.
Lansing or New York State Health Department{

Enrt2canO CARPENTER ROAD
OPEN 6:30 P.M.
NOW SHOWING
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An interviewer from the Department of State will be on
campus on Thursday, October 6, to talk with interested
individuals. Appointments may be made through the

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AMERICAN CULTURE STUDENTS' ASSOCIATION
(Grads and Undergrads majoring in American Studies)
Noon Luncheon Discussion
Thursday, October 6
with
Prof. O'Donnell: "Anti-Rationalism in Hemingway"
Guild House, 802 Monroe $.25 lunch

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Tuesday, October 4, 12:00 noon
U.M. International Center
SUBJECT:
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Speaker: MISS GAYNELLE GROTH

For reservations,
Call 662-5529

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