FRIDAY, DECEMBER 2. 1966
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THE MICHIGAN DAILY
PAGE EIGHT TIlE MICHIGAN DAILY FRIDAY, DECEMBER 2. 1966
DAILY OFFICIAL BULLETIN
(Continued from Page 2)
are invited. Free bus service provided
between Main Campus and the Gar-
dens leaving from Hill Aud. (Zone'6--
corner of N. University and Ingalls)
every half-hour starting at 1:30 p.m.
Michigan College Chemistry Teachers
Association: Sat., Dec. 3. Registration
and coffee: 9:30 a.m., Room 1300 Chem-
Student Accounts: Your attention is
called to the following rules passed by
the Regents at their meeting on Feb.
28, 193: Students shall pay all accounts
due the University not later than the
last day of classes of each semester
or summer session. Student loans which
are not paid or renewed are subject to
this regulation; however, student loans
not yet due are exempt. Any unpaid
accounts at the close of business on
the last day of classes will be reported
to the Cashier of the University and
a) All academic credits will be with-
held, the grades for the semester or
summer session just completed will not
be released, and no transcript of credits
will be issued.
b) All students owing such accounts
will not be allowed to register in any
subsequent semester or summer ses-
sion until payment has been made. -
TV Center Programs; Sun., Dec. 4 the
following programs produced by the
TV Center will have their initial tele-
cast on Detroit stations:
8:30 a.m., WXYZ-TV, Channel 7 -
"Understanding Our World: Who Will
Watch the Watchers?: Stop and Frisk."
A Law School panel looks at the laws
of arrest and the effect of police de-
tention practices upon the freedom of
12 noon, WWJ-TV, Channel 4 -
"Germany Today: Militarism and the
German Mind." An English political
historian narrates a swift-moving his-
tory of German military tradition.
The following sponsored student
events are approved for the coming
weekend. Social chairmen are reminded1
that requests for approval for social
events are due in the Office of Student
Organizations not later than 12 o'clock
noon on Wednesday prior to the event.
FRI., DEC. 2-
Allen-Rumsey, WQ, Open-Open; Al-
pha Chi Omega, Theme Party; Alpha
Delta Phi, Tree-Trimming Party; Al-
pha Delta Pi, Christmas Party; Alpha
Epsilon Phi, Theatre Party & Dessert;
Alpha Epsilon Pi, Open-Open; Alpha
Sigma Phi,Open-Open;hAlpha Tau
Omega, Open-Open; Alpha Xi Delta,
Pledge Formal; Beta Theta Pi, Band
Party; Beta Theta Pi, Band Party; Bet-
sy Barbour, Upper Class TGIF;; Chi
Phi & Phi Kappa Psi, Dual TGIF;
Delta Chi, TG & Open-Open; Delta
Delta Delta, Christmas Party; Delta
Tau Delta, Open-Open; Delta Upsilon,
Evans Scholars, TGIF; Evans Schol-
ars, Open-Open; Kappa Kappa Gamma,'
Theatre Party; Phi Delta Theta, Open-
Open; Phi Gamma Delta, Open-Open;
Pi Beta Phi, Pledge Formal; Psi Upsi-
lon, TGIF; Sigma Alpha Epsilon, Open-
Open; Sigma Alpha Mu, Pledge For-
mal; Sigma Pi, TGIF; Sigma Pi, Open-
Open; Strauss, EQ, Sleigh Ride; Tau
Delta Phi, Party; Tau Epsilon Phi,
Open-Open; Theta Xi, Open-Open; Zeta
Psi, Hall Party & Open-Open.
SAT., DEC. 3- I
Allen-Rumsey, WQ, Spizzwick Party
& Open-Open; Alpha Delta Phi, Pledfe
Formal; Alpha Epsilon Pi, Theme &
Open-Open; Alpha Omicron Pi, Rose
Ball; Alpha Sigma Phi, Band Party &
Open-Open; Alpha Tau Omega, Open-
Open Pledge Formal; Beta Theta Pi,
Pledge Formal; Chi Phi, Christmas Par-
ty; Delta Chi, Parents Weekend; Delta
Sigma Phi, Open-Open Band Party; Del-
ta Tau Delta, Pledge Formal; Delta
Upsilon, Band Party; Evans Scholars,
Toga Party; Kappa Alpha Psi, Party;
Kappa Alpha Theta, Christmas Party
& Dance; Kappa Delta, Winter Party;
Lambda Chi Alpha, Open-Open.
Phi Delta Theta, Pledge Formal &
Open-Open; Phi Gamma Delta, Open-
Open; Phi Kappa Tau, Graf Zeppelin
Party; Pi Kappa Alpha, Christmas Par-
ty; Pi Lambda Phi, Pledge Party &
Open-Open; Sigma Alpha Epsilon, Un-
descended Ball; Sigma Alpha Mu,
Theme Party; Sigma Chi, Christmas
Party & Open-Open; Sigma Nu, House
Party; Sigma Phi, Pledge Formal &
Open-Open; Sigma Pi, Bundle Party;
Tau, Delta Phi, Party; Tau Epsilon Career Conference of Chicagoland, couver, Canada-Fellowships for can-
Phi, Band Party & Open-Open; Theta Chicago, 111.-Dec. 28 & 29. Sheraton- didates of Masters, PhD, EdD. Canadian
Chi, Party & Open-Open; Theta Xi, Chicago Hotel. Diverse fields represent- citizens wit houtstanding records in-
Open-Open; Zeta Psi, Toga Party, ed. vited to apply for coverage of fees.
SUN., DEC. 4- ----- living and other expenses for 12 mo.
Psi Upsilon, Afternoon Party. POSITION OPENINGS: period.
Educational Testing Service, Prince- University of New Hampshire, ltur-
ton, N.J.-Asst. Examin. in Science_ ham, N.H.-MBA. 2 yr. program. Whitt-
I-Gacenelt BS MS plus grad work in chem. or more School of Bus. and Econ. Teach-
)phys. & secondary teaching exper. As- ing and research fellowships and waiv-
ANUC ET:'soc. Examin. In Verbal Aptitude _ er of tuition available.
The December Peace Corps Test - --__.-- _
,. But theI
team needs your notes to stay eligible.
Will be given- on Mona, Dec. 5 at 3
p.m. at the downtown Postoffice, Main
at Catherine Sts. The regular second
Saturday of the month test will not
be given. Bring completed applications
to testing center, available at Bureau
Community Career Opportunity Con-
ferences-During the holiday vacation
Community Career Opportunity Con-
ferences are planned for employers to
meet students who graduated from
local high schools and are attending
colleges elsewhere or in the area and
are interested in opportunities in the
area. To pre-register write the local
Chambers of Commerce. Conferences
will be announced in the DOB from
now until the holidays. Watch for your
Op~eration Native Son, Metropolitan
Baltimore, Md.-Dec. 28 & 29. Civic
Center and Holiday Inn. 100 compan-
ies, send for information kit, data on
Opportunity Hometown, Youngstown.
Ohio-Dec. 28 & 29. Hotel Ohio. 26 firms
interested in students from Trumbus,
Mercer, Larence, Mahoning & Colum-
Operation Home Town Talent, Buf-
falo, N.Y.-Dec. 27 & 28. Hilton Hotel.
PhD/MA, courses in acdv. stat. exper.
psych. & test construction. Assoc. Ex-1
amin., For. Lang.-MA Ital. or Fr.
Assoc. Examin., Math-PhD MA plus
work in math, educ.. or psych. Indexer.
For further information please call
764-7460, General Division, Bureau of
Appointments, 3200 SAB.
Abstractor-BA/MA plus grad work in SUMMER PLACEMENT SERVICE:
psych. 2 Stat. Assts.-BA stat., educ., 212 SAB-
or psych. 2 Stat. Assoc.-PhD/MA plus Working for Uncle Sam: You must
work in educ. measurement, math or take the Office and Science Examina-
psych. Assoc. Director of Teacher Ex- tion. Filing date for Jan. 7 examina-
aminations-PhD in Ed. or Psych. Dis- tion is Dec. 9, and the final filing date
sertation rel. to ed. testing or school is Jan. 9, for the final examination of
personnel administration. Feb. 4.
Waterford Township School District, Farm Management Supervisor Trainee
Pontiac, Mich.-Director of Food Serv- Program: Closing application date Feb.
ices, BA Home Econ. plus exper. as 28, 1967.
Food Service Dir. 5 cafeterias in Jr. & Government Trainee Program: For
Cartography, Chemistry, Engineering,
Sr, high schools. Mathematics. Oceanography, Physics.
Howard and Smity, Royal Oak, Mich. Closing date for applications March 2,
-Sales of special education equipment, 196'.
audio-visual and TV techniques. Bkgd. Camp Onota, Mass.-Boys camp will
in this area plus some teaching exper,, interview here on Dec. 6 and 8 from
knowl. school operating and funding 10 to 1. Looking for general counse-
procedures, curriculum and equip. re- lors, specialists in tennis, swimming
quirements, exper, in some sales. iWSI), drama, music and sailing.
GRADUATE PROGRAMS: Details and applications at Summer
University of British Columbia, Van- Placement Service, 212 SAB.
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and get your
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USE OF THIS COLUMN FOR AN-
NOUNCEMENTS is available to offi-
cially recognized and registered student
organizations only. Forms are available
in Room 1011 SAB.
* * *
U. of M. Chess Club, Meeting-chal-
lenge board will be set up, election to
fill vacancy, Dec. 2, 7:30 p.m., Room
3-D, Michigan Union.
* * *
Folk Dance Club (WAA), Folk dance
with instruction open to everyone,
Fri., Dec. 2, 8-11 p.m., Barbour Gym.
* * *
Baha'i Student Group, Social evening,
Dec. 2, 8 p.m., 336 E. Huron, Apt. 5.
* * *
Square Dance Club, Dance with all
students, faculty and staff cordially
invited to join the fun, Dec. 3, 8-11
p.m., Women's Athletic Bldg.
Sociedad Hispanica, Tertulia-Span-
ish conversation in an Hispanic at-
mosphere, Mon., Dec. 5, 3050 Frieze
* * *
Newman Student Association, Com-
munity mass and supper, Dec. 2, 5.10
p.m., Newman Center, 331 Thompson.
Newman Student Association, Dis-
cussion: "Episcopalian Progressiveness
and James Pike," with speaker: Dan-
iel Goodrich, Episcopalian minister,
Dec. 2, 8 p.m., Newman Center, 331
* * *
Guild House, Triday noon luncheon.
Ruth Baumann, SGC: "Student Power,"1
Dec. 2, 12-1 p.m., Guild House, 8021
Follett's have study-aids
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We have all of the most helpful study aids -
Cliff's Notes, Study Master, Monarch, Barnes &
Noble and Schaum - in just about every subject
including chemistry, math, botany, zoology, and
almost all of the literary classics.
Where would the
polo team be
* * *
Guild House, Jewish dinner, Dec.
6 p.m, Guild House, 802 Monroe.
without its There are also Vis-Ed flash cards for quick
ponies? learning in math and the languages, as well as Data
Guide sheets containing a wealth of information
on such subjects as business law, math, English,
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administrators, the administrators must have
the sole power of decision.
Our purpose is not to break relations with stu-
dents, faculty and Regents. . . and state legisla-
tors, members of Congress, elected officials and
various governmental levels,
alumni, donors, athletic ticket holders, friends,
foundations, corporations and sundry influential
groups and individuals on whom the University
depends for its existence. We want to work with
these groups and individuals to create a finer
Our demands include, initially, power to select
the next President of the University. Advice and
counsel from the Regents is welcome, but the
administrators and their wives must decide.
Why? Because the lives,, work and fortunes of
administrators - more than any other group
within the University Community-are affected
by the decision on a new President. This is not to
say that others are not affected. But since qd-
ministrators obviously are most affected, admin-
istrators must have the most to say and final
-Differential in salaries and bureaucratic
ranking must cease. These pressures dis-
tort the whole working environment and
-Arbitrarily established working hours
must be suspended. We do not neces-
sarily disagree with current working
hours, but they were imposed without
consulting or informing administrators.
If these demands are not met, administrators
will sleep-in at home-instead of in their offices.
The sleep-in will be of indefinite duration. The
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building maintenance, money-raising, telephone
service, construction, publication of catalogs and
time schedules, athletics, the Mug, laundry,
health service, bus service, etc. . . . we'll sleep
on this. We regret that this sleep-in will shut
down those facilities commonly used for sit-ins
We are asking-and we hope he will accept-
Harlan Hatcher to be acting chairman of the
Ad Hoc Committee on Raising Administrators'
Power. We feel that Mr. Hatcher should accept.
There is no conflict between his chairmanship of
the Board of Regents and chairmanship of the
Ad Hoc Committee if there is no conflict be-
cumulative consequences include stopping oper-
ations of payroll and financial assistance, the
plant, light and power, food service,
tween presidency of the Student
Council and leadership of another ad hoc com-