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Wednesday, July 9, 1969

THE MICHIGAN DAILY

Page Three

DIAL 5-6290
Mf...A 9OFHEAL AND

"A New York version of
'The Graduate'! I rre-
sistable !"
Judith Crist, New York Mogazine
m m _-i-nen^Conb,
PIEASIE rNV Itiwe.

I.:.:".".::.:"::"::.........s:":::-...i....: .:E:s l follows: 8:00 - 10:00 p.m. Tues.; 3:00 -
5:00 p.m., Sunday. (Women may bring
DAILY OFFICIAL a male guest).

BULLETIN
WEDNESDAY, JULY 19
Day Calendar

Doctoral

Eams

Mark Kent Scherba, Electrical En-
gineering, Dissertation: "Characteris-
tics of Noise-Modulated High-Power
Microwave Amplifiers," on Wednesday,
July 9 at 2:00 p.m. in 3513 East En-
gineering Building, Chairman: J. E.
Rowe.
Placement Service

coord for antipoverty program, MPH,
plus exper.
City of Detroit: All engineering dis-
ciplines, exper and new grads. Jr City
Planner, BA. Jr Indust Hygienist,
Biol/Chem/engrg. BS. Dir of Psychia-
tric Nursing hospital nurses.
State of North Carolina: Coordina-
tor, Health Services, BA and 5 yrs
admin serv in health.

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Charles Glenn Bufe, Geology, Dis-
sertation, "An Estimate of the Con-
figuration of the Surface of the Earth's
Core from the Consideration of Sur-
face Focus PcP Travel Times," on
Wednesday, July 9 at 9:00 a.m. in
2054 Natural Science Building, Chair-
man: J. T Wilson

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"GOODBYE, COLUMBUS' IS
BOUND TO BE A GREAT
SUCCESS"
N~ws,.s.s
>.i K%1T N U~f PIf Stt 9

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Audio-Visual Education Center Sum- M a ,
mer Previews: Where is Prejudice?, TMackAeshen, Speec f the Plays o
Friendly Game and Flatland: Multi-Th AettiBasofhePysf
purpose oom Undergraduate Lbrar Jean Genet," on Wednesday, July 9 at
m, ary, 9:00 a.m. in 2020 Frieze Building,
.00 ~m.Chairman : J. F. Coakley,
Degree Recital: Norman Sunderman, Thomas Strong Angell, Mathematics,
clarinet: School of Music Recital Hall' Dissertation: "Existence Theorems for
a Class of Optimal Control Problems
with Delay," on Wednesday, July 9 at
General N1 otices 1:00 p.m. in 3010 Angell Hall, Co-Chair-
men: Lamberto Cesari and Nathaniel
Chafee.
The Margaret Bell Pool recreational Erik.Collins, Education, Dissertation:
swimming hours for summer term 3B "The Relationship of Perceptiveness
will be as follows: Women only: 12:15 and Attitude of Elementary Teachers
to 1:00 Mon. thru Thurs.; 4:30 - 8:30 to Certain Dimensions of Classroom
p.m., Mon. and Wed.; 4:30 - 6:30 p.m Mental Health," on Wednesday, July
Tues. and Thurs.; 8:00 - 9:30 p.m. 9 at 2:00 p.m. in 4019 U.H.S., Chair-
Thursday. Co-recreation will be as man: Allen Menlo.

GENERAL DIVISION Foseco, Inc., Cleveland, Ohio, posi-
3200 S.A.B. tions in Japan: Japanese national for
Product Dev Engr, engrg undergrad
Current position openings received by plus MBA.
Placement Services, General Division, Ayerst Laboratories Bloomfield Mich.
by mail and phone; for further i - Sales representatives, BS In sdi
formation please call 7647460trn area.
State of Connecticut: Employment
Swift and Co., Chicago, Product counselor, MA in guid, or BA and 1 yr.
Manager, MBA mktg. with non-tech empl.
undergrad degree and 2 years mktg City of Hayward, Calif.: Asst. plan-
.er, BA plus 1 or new grad MA in
experplanning.
State of Vermont: Chief of Program Human Engineering Labs, D e t r o it,
Planning, BA plus 6 years admin pro- Mich.: Office manager for small of-
cedures exper. Education Consultant, fice, some typing and stat.r-
MA and 3 teaching, 1 supervising, or State of Washington: Social worker,
BA and 5 teaching exper. MSW plus 0-2 yrs. Physical therapist,
City of Phoenix, Arizona: Health BS a. CommunitypCente'lr sogn-

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"THE MOST
INTERESTING FILM
SO FAR THIS YEAR:.
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selor, BA plus 1 year exper. in health/
mental retardation facility.
State of Vermont, planner, BA plus
2 yrs or main related area and 0-1
year.
Pennsylvania Department of Public
Instruction, Harrisburg, Pa.: Positions
in all areas of edu admine and research,
mostly MA and 4-6 yrs exper or post-
MA work. Ask about individual posi-
tions at Placement Services.
Office of U.S. Marshal, U.S. civil serv,
Detroit, Michigan : Deputy U.S. Mar-
shall, BA and 1 year exper, related to
investigation, or police work. LLB and
no exper sought also.
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news. today
by The Associated Pres and Coi ge Press Service
THE CHINESE-SOVIET BORDER DISPUTE flared anew
yesterday as Peking accused the Russians of sending troops, gun-
boats, and planes into Chinese territory.
The Soviet Union claimed one Soviet river worker was killed and
three were injured in a "bandit attack" by Chinese soldiers on Gold-
insky Island on the Amur River, yesterday.
Peking radio claimed the alleged intrusion touched off sharp
fighting. Peking demanded that Moscow "immediately stop its en-
croachment upon Chinese territory and immediately stop its armed
provocations."
* * *
ISRAELI AND SYRIAN PLANES battled over the occupied
Golan Heights of Syria yesterday.
Seven Syrian, MIG 21's were downed, Israeli spokesmen said. Da-
mascus radio said four Israeli jets were destroyed and three Syrian.
planes were lost. The Israelis admitted no losses.
The battle was one of the largest dogfights in the Middle East
since the six-day 1967 war. The Golan Heights were seized by Is-
rael during the war and have been held ever since then.
* * *
PRESIDENT NIXON proposed yesterday bringing 4.8 million
more workers under unemployment insurance, doubling,the em-
ployer-paid tax base and forbidding states to pay jobless bene-
fits to strikers.
Nixon said adding 4.8 million workers to the 57 million already
covered would leave about 12 million still uncovered, mostly in state
and local jobs.
The AFL-CIO attacked Nixon's legislative proposal to Congress
for not imposing federal payment levels on the states. The bill merely
would urge the states to voluntarily bring their now widely varying
scale of payments up to 50 per cent of a jobless worker's normal
weekly wage.
The AFL-CIO said most jobless workers now get less than 30 per
cent of their normalpay in unemployment insurance.
BONNY THE ASTROMONK died 12 hours after his earth
orbit was cut short because he seemed bored.
An autopsy was ordered yesterday for the astromonk.
The 14-pound monkey had completed 81/2 days of a scheduled
30-day mission to determine the effects of long-term weightlessness
on a being similar to man. Before the flight, scientists said they hoped
Bonny's mission would last a minimum of 14 days.
Two Apollo missions lasted 10 days and a Gemini flight lasted 13

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YOU'LL REALLY DIG
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WOULD YOU PAY 50c TO SEE
THE GREAT 1967 COLOR MOVIE
"WAIT UNTIL DARK"

days.

Program Information 662-6264

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THURSDAY NIGHT, JULY 10
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Lyics b, CAROLYN LEIGH

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7:00 & 9:00 P.M.
50c

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A FILM BY
GEORGE MANUPELLI,
ALSO AVAILABLE,
IN COLOR SEE
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(D. HARVEY)
FILMED AT
WEST PARK,
SUN., JUNE 29, 1969

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speaking...
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("Gottes Zeit ist die
allerbeste Zeit")
Thursday, July 10-8 P.M.
Guild House-802 Monroe

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For further information call
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Wednesday - Saturday, JULY 16 - 19
SHAKESPEARE.........
Wednesday - Saturday, JULY 30 - AUGUST 2
TRUEBLOOD THEATRE --8 p.m.
All Sewts -$1.75
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"A sort of 'What's New Pussycat?' brought up to
today's level! Filmed in the new style... slick
cinema...bright wit...satiric barbel"
-Judith Cuist, N. Y. Magazine

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Wed., July 16
Thurs., July 17
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