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Fifty years ago we only made 'aeroplanes'.
(See what's happening now!)

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Baha'i Student Group, Informal dis-
cussion, UNESCO, Fri., Nov. 4, 8 p.m.,
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Newman Student Association, Gradu-
ate supper, Nov. 2, 6 p.m., Newman
Center, 331 Thompson.
B'nai Brith Hillel, Hillel Deli House
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B1nai Brith Hillel, Hillel choir re-
hearsal, Nov. 3, 7:30 p.m., 1429 Hill,
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at Women's Athletic Bldg.
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Christian Science Organization, Tes-
timony meeting, Thurs., Nov. 3, 7:30-
8:30 p.m., 3545 SAB.
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Scottish Country Dance Society,
Dancing, Wed., Nov. 2, 8-10 p.m., Wom-
en's Athletic Bldg.
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Young Americans for Freedom, Gen-
eral meeting, Thurs., Nov. 3, 7:30
p.m., Room 3-C, Michigan Union. All
members and interested individuals are
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Graduate Student Council, Business
meeting, Nov. 2, 7:30 p.m., West Con-
ference Room, Rackham Bldg.
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University Lutheran Chapel, 1511
Washtenaw, midweek devotion and com-
munion, 10 p.m., Rev. Ken Block in
Latin American Club, Open meeting
for discussion of current problems, Nov.
2, 9 p.m., Michigan Union. American
as well as foreign students interestedt
in this area are urged to attend.
* * *
Le Cercle Francais, Le Baratin-en-
Joy a French atmosphere, Thurs., Nov.
3, 3-5 p.m., Room 3050 Frieze Bldg.
* * *
Physical Therapy Club, Meeting and
movie concerning rehabilitation: "A
Way Back," Nov. 2, 7:30 p.m., Third Floor
Physical Therapy Conference Room,
University Hospital.

sor of statistics: 130 Business Admin-
istration, 3 and 7:30 p.m.
Professional Theatre Program Per-
formance-APA Repertory Company in
Sartre's "The Flies": Lydia Mendelssohn
Theatre, 8 p.m.
School of Music Conference on Or-
phony Orchestra and Chorus: Hill Aud.,
gan Music Concert-University Sym-
8:30 p.m.
Botany Seminar - Dr. T. Johnson,
Duke University, will speak on "Botan-
ical Aspects of the Surtsey-Iceland
Research Project," at 4:15 p.m., 1139
Natural Science Bldg.
Special Education Colloquium Lecture
-Dr. Vernon Haubrich will speak on
"Romantics and Realists: An Inside
View of the Disadvantaged Child" on

promptly at 4:10 p.m. In the Arena Trng., Personnel, Field Auditor and
Theatre, Frieze Bldg. Office Administration.
FRI., NOV. 11-
Placem ent New York University Graduate
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ANNOUNCEMENT:! jars for Grad School in all fields.
Special Interviews for Journalism Ma- ColumbiadUniversity Graduate School
jors Only: The Corning Leader, Inc., of Business, New York, N.Y.-BA de-
Corning, N.Y., publishers of The Leader grees in any major for MBA and PhD
interviews on Fri., Nov. 4, all day, at study in Business Administration.
the Bureau of Appointments. Positions
in newspaper work on reporter and SUMMER PLACEMENT SERVICE:
desk. Call 764-7460 for appointments. 212 SAB
Working for Uncle Sam for the Sum-
PLACEMENT INTERVIEWS: Gradu- mer-You must take the office and sci-
ates and seniors make appointments by ence examination. File application on
4 p.m. of the day preceding the visits Dec. 9 for Jan. 7 test. Final exam given
by the following companies. All em- on Feb. 4. Applications due for final
ployers expect to see your file before exam on Jan. 9.
the interview. Please return forms and Camp Mataponi, Me.--Girls. Will in-
update your files as soon as possible. terview here again this Thurs. and Fri.,
Call 764-7460, General Division Desk. Nov. 3 & 4 from 10 to 12 and from
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Nov. 2 from 7:30 to 9 p.m., Aud. A, MON., NOV. 7-
Haven Hall. Sponsored by the Spe- Pennsylvania Railroad, Pittsburgh,
cial Education Committee, School of Pa.-BA Gen. Lib. Arts, Econ., Educ.,
Education. Engl., Hist., Math, Poli, Sci., Psych., &
Soc. For Mgmt Trng., Merchandising,
Sales & Personnel.
General No ices Harvard Business School, Boston,
Mass.-BA any field for candidates for
Parent Education Institute: The MBA.
Weekly Calendar notice for the Parent The iMtre Corp., Bedford, Mass.-Aft-
Education Institute, Wed., Nov. 2, is ernoon only. Adv. degrees in Math and
in error. The institute begins at 8:30 Physics for Technical Writing.
a.m. in the Rackham Bldg. Lobby, not State Farm Insurance, Marshall, Mich.
in the Michigan League. -BA/adv. degrees Econ., Gen. Lib. Arts,
Hist., Law, Math, Poll. Sci., Psych.,
Students in Engineering and the Sci- Speecr, Soc., Bus. Admin. and Acctg.
ences: Students interested in applying for Elec. Computing, Insurance, Mgmt.
for participation in the IAESTE trainee Trng., Actuarial, Personnel, Admin.
exchange program for the summer of Services & Investments.
1967 should plan to attend one of the TUES., NOV. 8-
three briefing meetings for applicants. Allstate Insurance Co., Southfield,
Meetings will be held at the Interna- Mich.-BA/adv. degrees Econ., Educ.,
tional Center, 603 E. Madison St., on Geog., Gen. Lib. Arts, Hist., Engl., Poll.
Tues., Nov. 1, and Thursday, Nov. 3, at Sci., Journ, Law, Math, Public Health,
7:30 p.m. and on Sun., Nov. 6 at 3:30 Psych., Speech, Soc. Work for Trng.
p.m. Application forms and information Prog., Undersrtng., Acctg., Pers., Office
an placement through the IAESTE pro- Admin., no sales.
gram will' be provided. John Hancock Insurance Co., Detroit,
Mich.-Afternoon only.- BA/adv. degrees
Graduate Faculty Meeting: The Grad.- Engl., Gen. Lib. Arts, Hist., Philo.,
uate Faculty of the Universi.ty will Psych., Speech, Soc. and Bus. Ad. For
meet in the Lecture Hall of the Rack- Ins. Sales and Sales Mgmt.
ham Bldg. on Wed., Nov. 9, at 4 p.m. Bendix Systems, Ann Arbor, Mich.-
Among agenda topics will be the revi- Nov. 7 and 8, at College of Engineer-
sion of doctoral language requirements, ing. Adv. degrees Econ., Math, Poli.
the proposed Candidate in Philosophy Sci., Geol. and Phys. for Elec. Com-
degree and Graduate School Divisions. puting, Stat. and Res. & Dev. Contact
Graduate faculty are urged to attend Engineering Placement Office for ap-
and participate. pointments.
WED., NOV. 9-
Tuskegee Applications: University Union Carbide Corp., Nuclear Divi-
students may now apply for the Tus- sion, Oak Ridge, Tenn.-Afternoon only.
kegee-Michigan student exchange pro- BA/adv, degrees Libr. Sci., Math, Phys.,s
gram for the second semester at Tuske- Biochem. and all fields of Chem. For
gee Institute, Tuskegee, Ala., Feb. 3 to Biology, Botany, Zoo., Elec. Computing,
June 3, 1967. Libr.. Personnel, Production, Purchas-
Applications for the program may ing, Stat., Tech. Writing, Res. & Dev.,
be obtained from John Chavis or Mrs. Instrumentation, Testing & Analysis.
Jean Potter in the Tuskegee. Exchange Detroit Bank and Trust, Detroit, Mich.
Office, 1223 Angell Hall. Forms should -BA/adv. degrees Econ., Engl., Gen. Lib.
be completed and returned to the ex- Arts, Hist., Math & Speech. For Bank-
change office by Nov. 15, 1966. ing, Elec. Computing, Mgmt. Trng.
________Imperial Chemical Industries, Ltd.,
Honors Council, College of Literature, London, England-Must be citizen of
Science and the Arts: Honor Students: any British Commonwealth nation. PhD
Petitions will be accepted through Fri., and post doctorals in Math, Microbiol.,
Nov. 11, for membership on the Honors Phys., Chem.-all fields. For research
Steering Committee. Forms may be in Chem., Phys. and Engrg. and all
picked up in 1210 Angell Hall. fields of mgmt. Interviewers will be
glad to give advice and information to
Colloquium: Dr. Seymour Meyerson of anyone interested in a position in a
the American Oil Co. will speak on British university.
"Chemical Origins of Mass Spectra," on Maritime Administration, Wash., D.C.
Thurs., Nov. 3, at 8 p.m. in Room -BA/ad. degrees Econ., Journ., La;w,
1300 of the Chemistry Bldg. Math For Mgit. Trng., Public Admin.,
Public Relations and Transportation.
Lecture: Prof. W. B. Whalley, pro- Group Division, Aetna Life & Casual-
fessor of pharmaceutical chemistry at ty, Detroit, Mich.-Afternoon only. Any
the School of Pharmacy, University of degree any major for Insurance, Terri-
London, will lecture on "Some Config- torial Sales and Field Reps.
urational and Conformational Problems THURS., NOV. 10-
in Molecules of Potential Biological In- Imperial Chemical Industries, Ltd.,
terest" on Fri., Nov. 4 at 4 p.m. in London, England-Morning only. (See
Aud. E 170 of the Physics-Astronomy Wednesday schedule for further infor-
Bldg. mation.)
American Airlines, Inc., New York,
Dept. of Speech Presentation: Stu- N.Y.-BA/adv. degrees in Gen. Lib. Arts.
dent Laboratory Theatre Program, will For Mgmt. Trng.
be the one-act play "The Outlaw," by The Travelers Insurance Companies,
August Strindberg, on Thurs., Nov. 3 Detroit, Mich.-For insurance Mgmt.

and specsialists in vaterfront, land
sports, arts and crafts
Details and applications available at
Summer Placement Service, 212 SAB,
Lower Level,
VIEWS: Make interview appointments
at Room 128-H, West Engrg. Bldg.
Nov. 8-
American Electric Power Services Corp.
Amphenol Corp.
Bendix Corp.-Systems & Res. Labs.
Continental Oil Corp.
L.T.V. Aerospace, Dallas.
Misauwaka & Automotive Divisions.
M. W. Kellogg Co.
Research Analysis Corp.
Union Carbide Corp.-PhD's only.
U.S. Govt., Maritime Administration.
U.S. Govt., National Security Agency.
U.S. Steel Corp.-Headquarters & Res.
Universal Oil Prod. Co.
York Corp.


Boeing Supersoni
Transport design



4Boeing-Vertol Helicopter

c NASA Lunar Orbiter


USN Hydrofoil Patrol Craft
Boeing 737 Twinjet

Boeing 727 Trijet


Engineers & Scientists:

NASA Saturn V

Campus Interviews, Monday and Tuesday, November 14 and 15

In 1916 The Boeing Company's career
was launched on the wings of a small sea-
plane. Its top speed was 75 mph.
Now, half a century later, we can help
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Pick your spot in applied research, de-
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Do you
have any
last WiorciG?

Teach-in for Liberals

: .

"It is entirely possible to deal with practical
realities without yielding inner convictions;
it is entirely possible to compromise in pro-
gram and action and without compromising
in ideas and values."
-Arthur M. Schlesinger, Jr.,
"Quotations," The New York Times,
October 30, 1966

"In the age of Johnson, liberalism is a consensus
of the lesser evil. Thus does it conceal the in-
adequacies of its domestic policies; thus does it
remain free to preside over a foreign war con-
trary to its own principles of decency and human-
ity. . . . Modern liberalism does nothing. It lends
a cloak of humane sentiment to a structure of
injustice, thus maintaining that structure."
-Marshall Sahlins,
letter to The Ann Arbor News,
October 27, 1966



What's U n iRoya

NOW IS THE TIME for liberals to break the habit of voting for the
lesser evil.
NOW IS THE TIME to realize that the compromises that liberals.
have made for political expediency have resulted in ineffectual
domestic programs and a disastrous militaristic foreign policy.
NOW IS THE TIME to actively encourage the development of alter-
native political directions that come to grips with the basic fail-
ings of American domestic and foreign policies.
NOW IS THE TIME, not to compromise; but to stand up and be
Don't be written off.


.i1.,i1 ~Thv as

If after all this time you still don't
know what a Uniroyal is, we (the U.S.
Rubber Co.) ought to be shot. Uniroyal
is the new world-wide trademark of the
U.S. Rubber Co. arid it also replaces the
dozens of- different names and trade-
marks we've been using in 150 countries.
But-what's wrong with the good old-
fashioned name of U.S. Rubber?

Royalex,@ a thermoplastic for auto and
truck bodies which is not only harder to
dent than steel but, if dented, pops back
as good as new under heat. Sexy Eski-
loos@ boots for the ladies, and Keds,@
the farnous line of soft, colorful family
shoes that are as easy to look at as they
are towear. Wet suits foraquanauts.Poly-
crest,Q our new olefin fiber, that's more
stain resistant than any other kind of car-
pet fiber alive. Alanap,@ a smart weed

TiresT" and Tiger Paws T") that's tougher,
safer and longer-lasting than natural rub-
Now you can see why we had to change
our company's trademark-we needed
a new trademark to better suit our
derring-do. But we're never going to for-
get our-forebear, the U.S. Rubber Com-
pany. Never! In fact, some of us here
would feel a great deal
better in our hearts if




for U.S. Congress

The answer is-we have neither been
old-fashioned nor exclusively U.S. nor



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