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F"RIDA'. , NOVEMBER 4, X966

THE MICHIGAN DAILY

PAGE SEVEN

FRIDA, NOVEMBER 4.1966 THE MICHIGAN DAILY WAGE SEVEN

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information call 764-8429.
FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 4
Day Calendar,
Southern Asia Club-Will have a bag
lunch today at 12 noon in the Comn
motns Room of Lane Hall. A film,
"How To Fight a Guerrilla War," will
be shown.. Anyonie interested may at-
tend.
Computer Fundamentals Workshop-
North Carrpus Commons, 9 a.m.
Center for Research on Learning and
Teaching Faculty Workshop-" Program-
S med Instruction": East Conference
Room, Racktham Bldg., 9 a.m.
Dept. of Psychiatry Lecture -- Rudolf
Ekstein, Reiss-Davis Child Study Cen-

ter, Los Angeles, "Psychoanalysis in a
University Setting": Aud.,, Children's
Psychiatric Hospital. 4:30 p.m.
Cinema Guild Satyajit Ray Festival
-The Apu Trilogy, "Aparajito": Arch-
itecture Aud., 7 and 9:05 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 Organ
Music Concert--"Contemporary Cham-
ber Music": Rackham Lecture Hall, 8:30
Astronomical Colloquium - 4 p.m.,
Room 807 Physics-Astronomy Bldg. Prof.
J. H. Oort, Leiden Observatory, The
Netherlands, will speak on "High-Vel-
ocity Hydrogen Clouds."
Law School Representative-A repre-
sentative from Cleveland-Marshall Law
School will be on Campus this after-
noon in Room 1223 Angell Hall from 2
to 5 p.m. Any students interested in
talking with this representative are wel-
come,
General INotices
Winter Program of Graduate Student
Research Fund Grants: Is now open for
competition.
In preparing his application, of which'

15 copies should be subm
Graduate School, the stv
present a- clear statemew
the nature of his'research
the estimated cost of thes
of expenditure. The applic
oe accompanied by a sul
ter of which there shout(
copies, from the chairman
toral committee.
For information and pr(
lines, contact department
or Room 1014 Rackham B.
for submission of applicali
Nov. 15.
Family- Living Prograin
additional sections of the1
Program course on "Marria
ily Relations in American
be available for the win
Health Development 345
Public Health). Students rr
345 directly or may be
from closed sections of t
There will be a common
students in H.D. 345 and
days at 3 p.m. in 1219 Che
Blood). Discussion section.
will beet in 1035 Randall P
lows: Section 2, Mondays,7
tion 3, Tuesdays, 7-9 p.m1
Tuesdays, 3-5 p.m.; Sect]c
days. 3-5 p.m. No prere
hours credit.
Law School Representati
sentative from the Univers,

ICIA BULETINHEAD SCARF AND
'CARNABYBTIEESET
pitted to thet Law School will be on campus Monn., Doctoral Examination for Edward FRI., NOV. 4- Q. . .-.,....-
;udent should Nov. 7, to talk with any students inter- Thomas Hurley, English Language &I Acacia Open-Open: Adams House,A
rt concerning; ested in that law school, A large group Literature; thesis: "The Family as anI WQ. Open-Open Recreation Room Par-
tproblem and meeting will be held at 4 p.m. in Room Instrument for Theme and Structure ty: Alpha Epsilon. Pi, TG & Open-Open: .c .
specific items 14 Angell Hall and individual appoint- in the Fiction of George Eliot," Fri.,? Alpha Sigma Phi, Open-Open; Alpha ' ~
cation should mnts may be made through the Jun- Nov. 4, Room 2601 Haven Hall. at '10 ;Tau Omega. TG; Alpha Tau Omega, I+
ipporting let- icr-Senor Counseling Office, 1223 An- a.m. Chairman, R. F. Haugh. Open-Open; Beta Theta Pi, Father's Q.
d also be 15 gell Hall. Weekend; Chi Phi. TGIF; Chi Psi, TG ~
oposal guide-' University of Michigan Television Cen- System of the Mud Snail Nassarius Ob-I Delta Upsilon, TG; Delta Upsilon, Rec- Vi
rtal chairmen ter will have their initial telecast on soletus (Say)." Fri., Nov. 4, Room 2111 joi'd Party; Evans Scholars, TGIF & V .
ilg edieDtotsain:Natural Science, at 2 p.m. Chairman, Oe-pen; Kappa Sigma, TO; ambd
dosi us, 8:30 a in., WXYZ-TV, Channel ? - J. N. Cathers. Chi Alpha, TGIF; Phi Delta Theta,
"Understanding Our World: On the OpnOe eodPry;'PiApsion, v.
Way to Wonderland." Mary Ann Steven- DPcora Exmintio;fo Anre Gamma Delta, Open- IA
Coure. ou.son and Prof. Russell Bidlack tell the Szanto Teller, Chemical 'Engineering:; p1 h ap sOe-pn..................
Famiy Lving; soryof cilden'slitratre, romtheSigma Alpha Epsilon, TG &; Open-
FamlyLiin stryofchldrn' lteatuefrm hethesis: "Heat Transfer in Solidifying Open; Sigma Alpha Mu, TO & Banda
age nd am-Puritan books on the exemplary life for Bads," Fri, Nov. 4, Room 3208 East ,
Siety"r il a child, to Lewis Carroll 's ".Alice In Engineering, at 3 p.m. Chairman, . 0. at;Sim lh uOe-pn
rtrtr asWonderland,"wihbgn e rndWle.Sigma Chi, TO; Sigma Nui, Open- r
5(School of whc0ea e rn iks pn im Pi, TO; Sigma Pi, Open-
nay elect H.D. I or inaontv ieatr o h Open; Tau Delta Phi, TO; Tau Delta e a
e transferredden Doctoral Examination for Dwight ,Phi, Parents' Weekend Open House; Tau t' with pearl tie ta
Sociology 345. 12 noon, WWJ-TV, Chanel 4 - "This Stuart Heim, Electrical Engineering; Epsilon Phi, Open-Open; Taiu Epsilon a
nn lecture for World of Waters: Man and Sea." Man thesis: "The Synthesis of Non-uniform Phi, Record Party; Tau Kappa Epsi- Q
Soc. 345 Mon- and sea, man and space-in both areas Transmission Lines," Fri., Nov. 4, Room ion, Open-Open; Theta Delta Chi, TO:;
emistry (Prof. man encounters a hostile environment, 1300 East Engineering, at 1 p.m. Chair- ,Theta Xi, Open-Open; Triangle, TO;
ics as f.D. tw arsofnExploraion rasulthemn hreOpanenOpenOinche l liaWQ , nde Qar in paisley and sm'all prints 9
Phyi o fol tw345 reaJpoh.Brachon rasctesemnCO.pere.TinglOpen-Opncen;, WiBllas, aQ,-t
7-9 p.m.; See- on man's future use of the sea. . ty; Zeta Beta Tau, TO & Open-Open;
n.; Section 4, rvenlts Zeta Psi, Open-Open Alumni Reception.
Thr- et.o Rmnc anuge ecue:ST. OE.5
iquisite. Two On Mon., Nov. 7 at 4 p.m. in Rackham The following spunsored student Acacia, Open-Open House Party: Al-
Amphitheatre there will be a lecture events are approved for the cuninug pha tpsilon Pi, Theme Party; Alpha
ive: A repre- University on "~Alberti, Architect and that requests for appruval for soclx(-Omicron Pi. Open-Open; Alpha Sigma-
sity of Illinois Writer (illustrated)." events are due In the (Utce of Studenit Phi, Open-Open Band Party; Alpha/
.-- - --- Organizations not hater than 12 o'clock I'au Omega, Open-Open; Chi Phi, Theme
noon on Wednesday print to the event. (Continued on Page 9) d . Cj n t
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