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THE MICHIGAN DAILY FRIDAY, c

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Americans Tourists Held
For Taking Photographs

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A former Ann Arbor High School
teacher and his traveling compan-
ion, more than a month overdue
in returning from a trip to the
Soviet Union, are being held there
for taking photographs, the State
Department announced yesterday.
The two are Mark Kaminsky, 28
years old, of Jefferson Township,
Mich., a University graduate and
former Russian teacher at Ann
Arbor High School and Harvey
C. Bennett, 26 years old, of Bath,
Me.
Another American tourist in
the Soviet Union saw Kaminsky
on Aug. 25 at the Soviet border
control point of Uzhgorod at the
Czech border. He was in an In-
tourist (the official Soviet travel
agency) hotel. At that time Ka-
minsky "stated he was under de-
tention for having taken a photo-

graph," State Department spokes-
man Francis W. Tully, Jr., said.
"It is quite clear that two Amer-
icans cannot be missing in the
Soviet Union without the knowl-
edge of the Soviet government,"
Tully declared.
Nevertheless, the American em-
bassy in Moscow has been unable
to gain any substantial informa-
tion about the two men through
an inquiry to Intourist, two notes
to the Soviet foreign office or
even a personal call Wednesday at
the foreign office.
The last word from Kaminsky
and Bennett was a post card sent.
from Bennett to his wife dated
Aug. 19, from Vinnitsa, a Russian
town near the Czech border. In
the card, Bennett wrote that he
and Kaminsky planned to fly
home about Aug. 25.

SGC Groups
Give Reports
On Activities
Reports from the Human Rela-
tions Board and the Student Ac-
itvities Committee were among
the business discussed at Wednes-
day's meeting of the Student Gov-
ernment Council.
Arthur Rosenbaum, '62, of the
Student Activities Committee, re-
ported on the success of the
year's bicycle auction.
. The SGC auctioned 43 bicycles,
grossing $765.72. A 12 per cent
commission on the sale of the
bikes was taken by the SGC.
A motion was passed allowing
the Human Relations Board up to
$85 in grants for The Michigan
College Workshop on Human Re-
lations. This money provides 10
scholarships for this program,
sponsored by the Michigan Region
of The National Cqnference of
Christians and Jews.
Also on the agenda was the
appointment and approval of
Marilyn Frank, '62, to the Ann Ar-
bor Student-Business Relations
Committee.
Conference,
SGC Offer
Ten Grants
The annual Michigan College
Workshop on Human Relations,
sponsored by the Michigan Region
of the National Conference of
Christians and Jews, will be held
Oct. 28-30 at St. Mary's Lake
Camp near Battle Creek.
Grants offered by the Confer-
ence and by SOC will cover the
entire cost of the workshop and
living expenses for ten students.

Group. Urges
Liquor Law
Acceptance
Members of the Ann Arbor Li-
censees Association decided to
wage a full publicity campaign
favoring the sale of liquor by the
glass at a recent meeting.
The group will send letters, ring
doorbells, and set up posters urg-
ing acceptance of the "liquor by
the glass" referendum which will
be voted on in the Nov. 8 election.

A plan for a four to five year
study on all aspects of the Uni-
versity student's life has been
drawn up by three members of
the social research faculty and
will be submitted to the National
Institute of Mental Health for
consideration of support.'
:Prof. Theodore Newcomb, chair-
man of the doctoral program in.
social psychology, said yesterday
that a plan has been developed,
under a planning grant, for study-

ing development intellectually,
emotionally and physically.
The, plan, which was' drawn up
by three co-directors, Prof. New-
comb, Prof. Robert Kahn, program
director for the Survey Research
Center, and Mrs. Elsabeth Dou-
van, research associate, will be
submitted by Nov. 1, after discus-
sion by faculty, administration of-
ficials, and student leaders. The
University will be informed of the

results of their decision by April,
1961.
The study would try to .deter-
mine what type of student comes
to the University, what type of
student succeeds, fails,. or drops
out, and for what reasons, Mrs.
Douvan said. The administration
of all state universities would then
have a better guide to follow .in
stating requirements for admis-
sion.

INSTITUTE OF MENTAL HEALTH:.
Researchers to Study Campus Life

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Petitioning
for SPRING WEEKEND
Central Committee Positions
Will be extended until
Friday, October 7

DAILY OAFFICIAL BULLETIN
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pointments, Rm. 4021, Admin. Bldg.,
Ext. 3371 for further information.
Student Part-Time
Employment
The following part-time jobs are
available to students. Applications for
these jobs can be made in the Non-
'Academic Personnel Office, BIoom 1020
Administration Building, during the
following hours: Monday through Fri-
day, 8:00 a.mn. to 12:30 p.m.
Employers desirous of hiring students
for part-time work should contact Bill
Wenrich, Student Interviewer at NOr-
- Mandy 3-1311. extension 2939.
Students desiring miscellaneous odd
lobs should consult the bulletin board
in Room 1020, daily.
MALE
3-Salesmen-graduate students pre-
ferred, commission basis,
25--Psychological subjects.
2-Meal jobs.
5-waiters (meal hours, and evenings)
4--.Cab drivers (evenings and week-
ends).
10-Psychological subjects (any Tues-,
day or Thursday afternoons between
Oct. 5 and Oct. 20).
I-Sociology or Psychology major (eve-
nings and weekends, live in).

3-Laundry assistants (4-9 p.m. alter-
nate nights).
1-Printer (experienced),
4-Salesmen (Sell membership Into
Men's Health Club).
1-Linotype operator (experienced).
1-Housework (twice a week, 4 hours
per day, flexible).
1-Messenger (Monday, Oct. 10, 3-4
hours flexible).
2-Bus. Ad. students, Hotel Desk-
clerk-full-days. alternating).
F- MALE
15-Guides--upper:lass biological sci-
ence majors.
1-Room job.
1-Telephone solicitor (as many hours
as possible)
5-Housework and ironing (hours flex-
ible ,
5-Waitresses (meal hours, and eve-
ninghs).
10--Psychological subjects (ainy Tues-
day or Thursday afternoon between
Oct. 6 and Oct. 20).
10-Psychological subjects,
1-Laundry assistant (4-6 p.m. Mon-
day-Friday, and 7:30 am. til 5
p.m. Saturdays),

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