THE MICHIGAN DAILY
THURSDAY, JANUARY 16, X964
PAGE TWO THE MICHIGAN DAILY THURSDAY, JANUARY 16, 1964
Students interested in the program of the
JUNIOR YEAR at the HEBREW UNIVERSITY
are invited to meet with Ephraim Yuchtman
(B. A., '60; M.A. '63, Heb. U.)
Thursday, Jan. 23, .m.
at the Hillel Building, 1429 Hill street
4:15 p.m.-William Rushton of
Trinity College, Cambridge, will
speak on the "Chemistry of Red-
Green Color Vision" in Aud. B.
8:30 p.m.-The University Sym-
phony Band, under the direction
of Prof. William D. Revelli of the
music school, will present its first
concert of the season in Hill Aud.
dance works in the Ann Arbor
High School Aud. Featured in this
concert will be Elizabeth Weil of
the physical education depart-
ment and James Payton, formerly
with the Jose Limon dance com-
Also . . . An exhibition of
"European Posters" selected by the
editors of Graphis magazine will
be put on display through Feb. 9
in the UGLI.
SUNDAY, JAN. 19
":30 p.m.-The Gilbert and Sul-
livan Society will hold a mass or-
ganizational meeting in the Mich-
igan Union ballroom. All students
interested in working with the
society in its spring production of
"Iolanthe" are invited to attend.
MONDAY, JAN. 20
8:30 p.m.-The University Musi-
cal Society will present the Phil-
harmonia Hungarica with violinist
Tossy Spivakovsky in Hill Aud.
The program will include "Maros-
sek Dances" by Kodaly, "Concerto
No. 2" by Bartok and "Symphony
No. 5 in E minor" by Tschaikov-
Matinees till 5 p.m. 75c
Evenings & Sunday $1.00
"Children of the Damned"
shown at 3:00-6:15-9:30
4:45 and 8:00
"Gladiators 7" at 1:30-
PROF. WILLIAM REVELLI Cf a s
The concert will feature guest
conductor Vincent Persichetti, who /-
will conduct two of his own works, ourseaJmBgus t
and William Bell, tuba soloist I
formerly with the New York Phil- The philosophy departmentt
Included in the program will be semester will offer an entirelyn
Overudedi to e proirad'wis"bycourse, Philosophy 467, whichC
Overture to "Le Roi d'Ys" by attempt to "clarify the deve]
Lalo, "Moto perpetuo" by Paga- ment of the major concepts
nini, "Passacaglia and Thema Fu- Confucian thought in terms of
gatum in C minor" by Bach and changing social context in wh
"March Time" by Sousa. they evolved."
SATURDAY, JAN. 18 To be taught by Donald J. M
8 p.m.-The Ann Arbor Dance ro, the three-credit Confucian
Theatre Program will present a course has not been listed ins
concert of 10 modern and ballet of the University catalogues.
The Daily Official Bulletin is
an official publication of the Uni-
versity of Michigan for which the
Michigan Daily assumes no edi-
torial responsibility. Notices should
be sent in TYPEWRITTEN form to
Room 3564 Administration Build-
ing before 2 p.m. of the day pre-
cedingf publication, and by 2 p.m.
Friday for Saturday and Sunday.
THURSDAY, JANUARY 16 '
Dept. of Biological Chemistry-Dr.
LaVerne G. Schirch will speak on "In-
teraction of Pyridoxial Phosphate and
Tetrahydrofolate with Serine Trans-..
hydroxymeth4ase." In M6423 Med. Sci-
ence Bid, at 4 p.m. on Fri.- Jan. 17.
Cinema Guild-Charlie Chaplin in
"The Gold Rush": Architertuce Aud.,
7 and 9 p.m.
Ushers - Are Needed:Ushers are need-
ed for the Choral Union and Extra
Series Concerts and the Chamber Arts
Concerts in Rackham And. to fill vac-
ancies left by graduation, etc.
A limited number of interested per-
sons may apply for these positions.
See Mr. Warner at the Box Office of
Hill Aud. on Thurs., Jan. 16 from 5
p.m. to 6 p.m.
A List of Subjects in which NDEA
Title IV fellowships will be awarded
for tenure starting 1964-65 may now
be consulted in Room 118 Rackham.
Reading Improvement Service:Regis-
tration for the six-week reading im-
provement and study skill classes will
take place Thurs. and Fri., Jan. 16
and 17, at 1610 Washtenaw, from 8:30-
12:00 and 1-4:30. Thurs. registration
reserved for students on waiting list.
Any student may register Fri.
Applications for Faculty Research
Fund Grants: Faculty members who
wish to apply for grants from faculty
research funds to support research
projects should file their applications
in the office of the Grad School not
later than Feb. 17, 1964.
Instruction forms and format are
available In Room 118 Rackham Bldg.
You may call Ext. 3374, and we will
mail them to you or you may call in
To Members of the Univ. Faculty:
The Mich. Memorial-Phoenix Project
invites requests for faculty research
grants to support research in those
fields within the scope of the Proj-
ect. Awards may be granted to as-
sist investigations in the social, philo-
sophical, -legal or economic aspects
of nuclear energy; the physical, math-
ematical and chemical aspects of nu-
clear theory; the use of radioisotopes
in the biological, medical, phpsical
and engineering sciences; radition-
induced changes in physical and bio-
logical systems; and the release, con-
trol and utilization of nuclear ener-
gy. The scope of the Phoenix Project
will be interpreted as broadly as poss-
blie to cover the various problems of
the atomic age.
Requests for grants of $3,000 or less
are most appropriate. Grantsmay cov-
er equipment, supplies, research as-
sistance, and necessary research travel.
Applications for these grants should
be returned by Feb. 17, 1964. Grants
will be made before the end of the
Application blanks may eb obtained
from the office of the Phoenix Proj-
ect at the Phoenix Memorial Labora-
tory-Room 3034, Ext. 86-406-on the
Univ. Bibliography of Publications:
Forms for bibliographical information
for the current Univ. Bibliography
of Publications have been mailed to
University faculty and staff members.
Any University employe who has pub-
lications to report for the period Oct.
1, 1961 to June 30, 1963 and who has
not received the form is requested to
call the Editorial Office of the Office
of Research Admin. (86-496).
Martha Cook Bldg. is receiving ap-
plications for fall, 1964. Present Soph-
omores may apply. There will also be
space for a limited number of present
Freshmen and Juniors. Please tele-
phone 662-3225 for an appointment.
Students Eligible for and Electing to
Receive Education and Training al-
lowance under Public Laws 550, 634,
815 or 894 during the spring semester
must bring their Veterans' Affairs
Election Cards, signed by their advis-
ors, and ID Cards to the Office of
Veterans Affairs, 2059 Admin.
during the period of Jan. 16-22.
Hours are 8-12 a.m. and 1-5 p.m.
The Dept. of State & the U.S. In-
formation Agency have announced a
new schedule of examinations. For the
first time, the exam will be given
jointly on March 7, 1964, in Detroit,
Mich. This will qualify successful can-
didates for further consideration for
either the Foreign Service Career Re-
serve of the Agency or for the Career
Foreign Service of the Dept. of State.
You do not have to make a choice
at the time of exam. Requirements:
at least 21 but under 31 yrs. of age;
U.S. citizen for 7% yrs. Applications,
which must be filed before Jan. 20,
1964, are available at the Bureau of
Appointments, 3200 SAB.
Pennsylvania State Univ., University
Park, Pa. - Announcing full-time
staff appointments for young women
as Sr. Resident, Women's Residence
Halls. Prog. advising & dev., student
counseling & general supv. of redi-
dence hall during evening hrs. Must
have undergrad. degree. Exper. in un-
dergrad student leadership, camp
counseling recreation, or other com-
parable group work. Desire & qualifi-
cations for grad study in educ. admin.,
rec., soci. sciences or allied fields hav-
ing to do with working with people.
Grad Sch. requires minimum C plus
for admission. Regular staff appt. with
salary & all fringe benefits. Reduced
Univ. of Pennsylvania, Philadelphia,
Pa.-Announcing the Graduate Pro-
gram in General Economics. Both MA
& PhD programs. There is a variety of
financial facilities available to assist
students to finance their grad, train-
TODAY is the last day you may file
an application to take the FSEE on
Feb. 15. Feb. is the last time that the
Management Intern portion of the
FSEE will be given. Applications are
available at the Bureau of Appoint-
ments, 3200 SAB.
PLACEMENT INTERVIEWS, Bureau'
of Appointments-Seniors & grad stu-
dents, please call Ext. 3544 for ap-
pointments with the following:
WED., JAN. 22-
Continental Casualty Co., Chicago,
Ill.-Men & women-May grads. Seek-
ing: Math, General Liberal Arts, &
Law. Positions: Actuarial, Claims,
Home Office, Statistics, Sales, Life &
Casualty, Underwriting Training. U.S.
citizenship required. Location: Mid-
west, Home Office, Chicago, Ill.
THURS., JAN. 23-
Liberty Mutual Insurance Co., Bos-
ton, Mass.-Men, May & Aug. grads.
Seeking: Econ., English, Math, General
Liberal Arts, & Bus. Ad. Positions:
Sales, Claims, Underwriting, Loss Pre-
vention, Actuarial (Math majors are
eligible for training in actuarial work).
U.S. citizenship required. Location:
FRI., JAN. 24-
Smith Kline & French Labs., Phila-
delphia, Pa.-Men & Women (women
for Math & Sci. only). Seeking: Gen.
Liberal Arts, Econ., Poll. Sci., English,
Soc., Psych., History, Journ., Philo.,
Math & Sciences. Positions: Advehtis-
ing, Biology, Elec. Computing, Foreign
Trade, Mgmt. Trng., Mkt. Res., Office
Mgmt., Personnel, Production, Public
Relations, Writing (general, journal-
ism ,technical). Location: Philadel-
Michigan Section, American Camp-
ing Association: A meeting will be held
in the Mich. Union on Jan. 18 from
9:30 a.m. to 3:30 p.m. This is an op-
portunity for counselors & camp di-
rectors to meet:& discuss what should
be done at camp this summer. The
theme for the weekend is "Behavior-
al Sciences in Camp & Cabin Dynam-
ics" & the keynote speaker will be Dr.
Elton McNeil, Assoc. Prof. of Psych. at
the U. of M. & Director of the Univ.'s
Fresh Air Camp. Students interested
in camp counseling are welcome &
may register that day on the 3rd floor
of the Mich. Unnon for a $1 fee.
INTERVIEWS COMING SOON:
Camp Nebagamon for Boys, Wis.-
general & specialty counselors, Jan.
Camp Michigania; Mich. -- family
camp, Jan. 23.
Toledo Girl Scout Council, Ohio -
unit, waterfront, kitchen, office staff.
Camp Bitch Trails for Girls, Wis.-
crafts, tennis & married couple, Feb.
13 & 14.
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