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By JOHN KENNY
Despite a lack of textbooks, the
Continental Co-operative Book-
store of Ann Arbor-formerly the
USNSA Co-operative Bookstore-
retains an air of "optimism."
What's all the
Jan. 30, 31 - Feb. 1
ane evening of
Traditional Janpese Comic-Dramatic nterludes
ONE PERFORMANCE ONLY
FRIDAY, 8:00 P.M.
A subcommittee on art, design
and exhibits has been appointed
to serve the University's 1967 cele-
bration of its 150th year, the Uni-
versity announced recently.
This subcommittee, according to
Assoc. Dean Charles W. Joiner of
the Law School and chairman of
the Sesquicentennial Planning
oommittee, will consider matters
related to the commissioning of
art, the design of special insignia
and typography and exhibits, both
in Ann Arbor and off campus.
Prof. Charles H. Sawyer of the
history of art department, direc-
tor of the University Museum of
Art, will head the subcommittee.
Other members include, Asst. Dean
Alexander Barry of the medical
school, Prof. H. R. Crane of the
physics department, Prof. Robert
Iglehart, chairman of the art de-
partment, Prof. William Muschen-
heim, of the architecture school,
Prof. Howard Peckham, of the
history department and director of
the Clements Library, Prof. Irv-
ing Reimann, of the geology de-
partment and director of the Ex-
hibits Museum, and Prof. Chia
Shun Yih of the engineering
New manager Richard Rice, who
began work last Monday, said the1
lack of textbooks resulted from
the inability of the Chicago of-,
fice of the Continental Student
Co-operative Union (CSCU) to1
supply the bo3oks.,
The store now is selling back
stock of "trade books"- philos-
ophy, history and fiction-used;
in many University courses. Rice
said 181 new titles were brought
back from Chicago early last week.
Rice said the Chicago supply
house planned to supply text-
books for this semesterbut in-
formed the co-operative "last
Wednesday or Thursday" it was
unable to supply the books.
The "optimism" claimed by Rice
stems from new management at
the Chicago supply office and
plans by the Friends of the Ann
Arbor Co-operative Bookstore-a
University group for a member-
ship and fund raising drive.
CSCU consists of three branches
-one at the University of Illinois,
one at the University, and the
largest at the University of Chi-
cago. A downtown office of CSCU
handles ordering and clerical du-
ties for the branch offices.
A representative at North-
western University has been
handling mail orders, but the
Daily Northwestern quoted the
campus CSCU liaison as saying it
was unlikely campus operations
would continue there.
USNSA terminated its affiliation
with the store on November 30
"mainly because of differences
with the management," Mary Beth
Norton, '64, USNSA Coordinator
at the University, said. Affiliation
was also withdrawn because the
bookstore demanded "more capi-
tal than USNSA was willing to put
up," Miss Norton said.
Speeches and panel discussions
continue today through Friday at
the Second International Arms
Control and Disarmament Sym-
posium in Rackham Lecture Hall.
Joseph Coffey, chief of arms
control activities for the Bendix
Systems Division, willmoderate a
panel discussion about "Arms Con-
trol, Disarmament and National
Security" at 1 p.m. today.
Senator Philip A. Hart (D-
Mich) will give an address on
"Political and Economic Realities
of Disarmament" at 8 p.m. today.I
African States .
Prof. Henry Bretton of the poli-
tical science department will speak
on "Where are the Indenpendent
African States Heading?" at 7
p.m. today in the Multipurpose
Rm. of the UGLI.
Opera Classes .-.
The opera classes of the music
school will perform three one-
act operas by Debussy, Blatt and
Hindemith in "An Evening of
Opera" at 8:30 p.m. today in Lydia
JlDha Phi Omega
Alpha Phi Omega will have an
open meeting at 7 p.m. today in
Rm. 3C of the Michigan Union.
Use of This Column for Announce-
ments is available to officially recog-
nized and registered organizations
only. Organizations who 'are planning
to be active for the Spring Semester
should be registered by Feb. 7, 1964.
Forms available, 1011 Student Activi-
Lutheran Student Association, Mid-
week Vespers, Jan. 22, 7:30 p.m., Hill
Russian Circle, Film, "A Summer to
Remember," (a revelation in Soviet
film making), Jan. 22, 7 & 9:30 p.m.,
Angell Hall, Aud. A.
University Lutheran Chapel, Mid-
week Devotion, conducted by Vicar
John Koenig, Jan. 22, 10 p.m., 1511
Joint Judiciary Council, Petitioning
& Interviewing for JCC and Comm. on
Standards & Conduct. Petitions avail-
able in OSA, Dr. Bingley's Office. In-
terviewing Mon., Jan. 27.
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.
WEDNESDAY, JANUARY 22
International Arms Control and Dis-
armament Symposium - Registration,
Rackham Bldg., 8 a.m.
Office of Religious Affairs Lecture-
Henry L. Bretton, Prof. of Political
cience, "South Africa: an Area of
Crisis": Multi-purpose Rm., Undergrad.
Lib., 7 p.m.
Engineering Lecture--Brice Carnahan,
Instr. in Chemical Engineering, "An In-
troduction to Digital Computers and
the MAD Language": Natural cience
Aud., 7:30 p.m.
School of Music - "An Evening of
Opera," three one-act operas by Hinde-
mith, Debussy and Blatt: Lydia Men-
delssohn Theater, 8:30 p.m.
"Britten War Requiem" men's re-
hersal - experienced singers welcomed.
Lane Hall Aud. at 7 p.m.
Anatomy Seminar-Dr. Edith May-
nard, U-M, will speak on "Multiple
Cholinesterases in the Crustacean Nerv-
ous System" at 4 p.m. in 2501 E. Med-
Engineers-"Negotiations for Employ-
ment" will be discussed by Prof. John
G. Young, director, Engin. Placement,
at 4 p.m. in Rm. 1042 E. Engin,
Univ. Bibliography of Publications-
Forms for bibliographical information
for the current Univ. Bibliography of
Publications have been mailed to Uni-
versity faculty and staff members. Any
Univ. employe who has publications to
report for the period Oct. 1, 1961 to
June 30, 1963 and who has not received
the form is requested to call the Edi-
torial Office of the Office of Research
Former Woodrow Wilson Fellows (in-
cluding Honorary) in humanities and
social sciences who will begin full-
time work on dissertations between
May and Sept. 1964 may be nominated
for Woodrow Wilson Dissertation Fel-
lowships provided they expect to com-
plete the PhD within four and one-
quarter calendar years after beginning
Information and procedure for en-
tering the competition may be obtained
from Mrs. Marshall, Rm. 118 Rackham.
The Alfred P. Sloan Foundation has
announced a program of fellowships
for the academic year 1964-65 for im-
provement of the teaching of high
school science. These fellowships will
be awarded to applicants without teach-
ing experience who, as undergrads, com-
plete a major in science or mathemat-
ics, or in the Teaching of Science,
and who apply for and are accepted
for a Master's degree at the U-M.
Recipients must agree to enter and
Trueblood Auditorium (Frieze Bldg.)
Auspices of University Players (Dept. of Speech),
Center for Japanese Studies, and
Department of Far Eastern Languages and Literatures
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remain in the teaching professinn for c
a convincing length of time. Applica-t
tions are available in the Grad Fellow-
ship Office, Room 110, Rackham Bldg.
Closing date for receipt of all applica-s
tion materials is March 1.£
Law School Thomas M. Cooley Lee-f
tures-David F. Cavers, Fessenden Pro-
fessor of Law, Harvard Law chool,
",Policy, Justice, and Principle In the
CShoice-of-Law Process": Rm. 120,
Hutchins Hall, 4:15 p.m.
The following are the foreign visitors
programmed through the InternationalI
Center who will be on campus thisE
week on the dates indicated. Program
arrangements are being made by Mrs.
Clifford R. Miller, ext. 3358, Interna-I
Mr. Antonio MORO Serrano, RegistratI
of Land Titles, Prof., Faculty of Law,;
University of Madrid-Spain-Jan. 15-1
Mr. Firdus Dznic, Head, Center for
Public Opinion Research, Institute forI
Social Sciences, Belgrade-Yugoslavia-
Jan. 16-Feb. 28.
Mr. Milan'Matic, Political Researcher,;
Institute for Social Sciences, Belgrade
-Yugoslavia-Jan. 16-Feb. 28.
Mr. Jean Castarede (accompanied by
Mme. Castarede), Deputy Chief, Cab-7
inet of the Minister of Information,
Mr. Le Ba Kong, Director, Zien Hong
Publishing Co., Saigon-Viet Nam-Jan.
Mr. Erdogan Tuncer (accompanied
by Mr. Nihat Capan), Law Student and
Student Leader, Univ. of Istanil, Is-
Mr. Eduardo ARCE Civera, Editor of
Encyclopedia, Journalist and Author,
PLACEMENT INTERVIEWS, Bureau
of Appointments-Seiiors and grad.
students, please call Ext. 5544 for ap-
pointments with the following:
MON., JAN. 27
TUES., JAN. 28
Atomic Energy Commission, Argonne,
Il.-Men and women, May and Aug.
grads. (PM only). Seeking MS in Liberal
Arts, Pubi. Admin., Bus. Ad., Engrg. or
Physical Sciences, Physics, Math, Chem-,
Health Physics, Bacti. & Biochem. Po-
sitions: Mgmt. Trng., Office Mgmt.,
Personnel, Pub. Admin.; Publ. Rels.,
Purchasing, Internship & trng prog.
Service Bureau Corp., Detroit, Mich.-
Men; May & Aug..grads. U.. citizenship.
Seeking degree in any major field of
study. Positions: Territorial Sales. Lo-
cation: Det. & throughout U.S.
WED., JAN. 29
Kroger Co., Detroit, Mih.-Men, May
& Aug. grads. U.S. citizenship. Seeking
Gen. Liberal Arts. Positions. Retailing
& Management Trng.
American Hospital .Supply Corp.,
Evanston, Ill.-Men, May & Aug. grads.
U.S. citizenship. Seeking degree in any
major field of study. Positions: Mgmt.
Trng., Sales Promotion, Territorial Sales
(1 sales rog. requires 15 hrs. of bio-
logical sci. or chem., but all other sales
progs. willconsider all majors).
Social Security Admin., Baltimore,
Md.-Men & women, May & Aug. grads.
U.S. citizenship, Seeking: Soc., Econ,
Psych., Anthro., Stat., Health & Medi-
cine, Operations & Admin. Positions:
Survey Statisticians, Social Insurance
Research Analysts in home office only.
Interviewers will be here later covering
field and branch offices.
THURS., JAN. 30
American National Red Cross, St.
Louis, Mo.-Men & women, May & Aug.
grads. U.S. citizenship. Seeking: Soc.,
Psych., Gen. Liberal Arts. Positions:
Recreation, Secretarial (with counsel-
ing), Social Work (AB & MSW). Loca-
tion: Within 16 midwestern states and
women as rec. workers in Korea.
Jones & Laughlin Steel Corp., Pitts-
burgh, Pa. - Men, May & Aug. grads.
U.S. citizenship. Seeking: Econ., Poli.
St., Engl., Soc., Psych., & Gen. Liberal
Arts. Positions: Sales. Location: Detroit,
The Wm. S. Merrell Co., Cincinnati,
Ohio-Men, May grads. Seeksing Econ.,
Engl., Psych., & Gen. Liberal Arts.
Positions: Sales. Locations: Throughout
Union Carbide Consumer Products,
Chicago, 111.-Men, May grads. (p.m.
only). Seeking Gen. Liberal Arts &
Econ. Positions: Management Training.
Procter & Gamble Co., Cincinnati,
Ohio-Men, May & Aug. grads. Seeking:
Gen. Liberal Arts, Educ., Speech, Hist.,
Psych., Soc., Engl., Poli. Sc., Econ.
Positions: Management Trng., Sales
Promotion, Territorial Sales. Location:
Roswell Park Memorial Institute, Buf-
falo, N.Y.-Research Participation Pro-
gram in Science of special interest to
science students as well as graduates,
medical and dental students. More in-
formation at Summer Placement.
Mt. McKinley Memorial Park Co.,
Alaska-Information on positions avail-
able may be obtained at the Summer
Placement. Openings in following
areas: office-desk, rooms, dining room,
Best of the
10% OFFn PZZA
clerks, miscellaneous (including bar-
Yellowstone Park-If you are inter-
ested in distribution or retailing &
want to be at Yellowstone Park this
summer, come to the SAB, Room 212,
Summer Placement will interview you
for the above positions. You must be
19 yrs. of age or older. Both men
and women may apply.
CampNebagamon, Wis -Wil inter-
view Jan. 22 (today) at 1:30. Boys'
camp has positions for counselors:
cabin, sailing, tripping, songleaders &
those with piano or guitar skills.
Camp Michigania, Mich.-Will inter-
view Thurs., Jan. 23, beginning at 10
a.m. This is a family camp sponsored
by the U. of M. Alumni Association.
Positions in boating, sailing, canoeing,
archery-riflery, field sports, riding,
swimming & child care.
Homestead Acres Day Camp, Chelsea,
Mich.-Will interview Fri., Jan. 24 at
1:30. Positions open for waterfront di-
rector, arts & crafts director, nature
study instructor & general counselors.
Please bring a copy of your college in-
Lee C. Moore, Pittsburgh, Pa. -
Seeking Mech. or Structural Engnrs.
for employment in Tulsa, Okia. Espe-
cially interested in men who have
graduated a yr. or more ago. Jobs are
open in design, dev., prod., sales &
Detroit Public Schools, Mich.-Seek-
ing Jr. Accountant-Minimum BA in
Bus. Ad. or Acc't, with specific prep.
in general, cost & control acc't., sys-
tems & procedures, math of Acc't., au-
diting, bus, law, finance, econ. &
general bus. ad. Must have completed
Rohm & Haas Co., Philadelphia, Pa'.
-Several openings as follows: 1) BS
MA Physics in Res. & Dev.; 2) BS/M
Microbiology In Mfg.; 3) BS/MS Chem
-analytical chem. (non-routine)-Res.
& Dev.; 4) BS Civil Engrg. and 5)
BS Electrical Engrg.
Michigan Civil Service-Employment
Claims Interviewer-BA with courses
in such subs. as public unemployment
insurance, econ., labor, personnel,
psych., law or mgmt. or related sub-
jects. Must apply by Jan. 20.
Carrier Corp., Syracuse, N.Y. - 1)
Mechanical Design Engnr.-Rotating
Machinery. Appro. degree in Engrg.
with 4-7 yrs. exper. on rotating ma-
chinery. 2).Chemical Engnr.-Equip-
ment & Process Dev.-BS/MS Chem.
Engrg. 0-5 yrs. exper., pref. in process
dev. (pre-pilot plant). Should have
good knowledge of chem. processing
Blaw-Knox Co., Pittsburgh, Pa. -
Many technical openings including:
Engineers (Design, Structural, Civil,
Electrical, Process); Foreman-Assem-
bly; Jr. Design Draftsman; Draftsman
Trainee for piping & layout; Piping
Material Controller; Instrumentation
Johnson & Johnson, Detroit, Mich.
-Seeking men who are interested in
Sales Marketing Careers, especially r-
cent alumni who have had some pack-
age goods selling exper. & now wouldc
like to upgrade their positions & de-
velop into staff & field sales manage-
ment. Oppor. for advanceme -
Omark Industries, Inc., Portland, Ore.
-Opening for Chief Engineer for the
company. Bkgd. must include at least
a BS in Mech. or Electrical Engrg. & a
minimum of 12 yrs. exper., 4 of which
should include management level re-
Alco Products, Inc., Schenectady,
N.Y.-Tax Accountant-Bus. Ad de-
gree with acc't. major required. Some
tax accounting exper desirable but not
essential To prepare various federal,
state & local tax reports. To assemble
& review underlying data for compli-
ance with applicable laws & regula-
Michigan Civil Service-Opening for
Music Director I-Require BA in Mu-
sic. Positions are in various state in-
stitutions (i.e., hospitals, reformatory,
etc.). Apply by Jan. 27
* * *
For further Information, please call
General Div, Bureau of Appointments,
3200 SAB, Ext. 3544.
The following schools will be at the
Bureau of Appointments to interview
prospective teachers for fall 1964,
WED., JAN. 29--
Detroit, Mich-AII Fields,
MON., FEB. 3-
Garden Grove, Calif. (Garden Grove
Union High School) - Civics, Econ.,
Geog., Engl., French, Sciences, Elec-
Long Beach, Calif.-Elem. 16; Lb.,
Outdoor Ed., Spec.Ed.-Ment Bet.,
Deaf, Ortho., Sec.-Art, Bus. Ed., Dist.
Ed., Engi., Spanish, French, German,
Russian, Home Ec., Ind. Arts; Lib., Mu-
sic, Math, Girls" P, "Biol. Si., Phys.
Sci., Soc. St./Engl., Read., Ment. Ret,
TUES., FEB. 4-
Garden Grove, Calif.-Same.
Birmingham, Mch.-Elem. K-6, Lib.,
Art, Vocal, French, Spec. Ed., V.T.,
Read.; J.H. - Home Ec., S., Dev.
Read.; J.H./S.H.-Engl., French/Span-
ish; Sec.-Ind. Arts, Art, Engl/W. HBlt.,
Huntington, N.Y.-Elem. 1-6; Vocal
Music; Sec.-Engl., Fr., Span., Russ.,
Latin, Math, Art, Ind. Arts, Qud.,
Read., iLb.; J.H. Gen. S.; J.H. Gen.
WED., FEB. 5-
Park Forest, Ill. (Rich Twp. H.S.)-
Vocal Music (Male); Biol/Chem.; Math
(Modern); Math/Chem.; Girls' PE.
THURS., FEB. 6-
Chappaqua, N.Y.-Elem. 1-5, 6th gr.
Math/Sci.; J.H.-Math/Sci.; Engl., Soc.
St.; H.S.-Phys. Sci./Earth/Chem., Math
-gr. 9 & 10, Bus. Ed.
Katonah, N.Y.-Elem.; Sec.-Math;
Sd.; Engl., Fr.; Germ., Span.
Villa Park, 1l. (Dist. No. 45)-K-B;
J.H. Spanish/French; Sp. Corr,
FRI., FEB. 7-
White Plains, N.Y.-K-6; Engl.; Soc.
St.; Math; Gen. Sci.; Earth Sci.; Bus.
Ed.; Art; Vocal; Girls & Boys PE;
For appointments and additional in-
formation contact the Bureau, 3200
SAB, Ext. 3547.
ALPHA PHI OMEGA
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THRU FEB. 9
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Many Shown First
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Action Films of
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SPECIAL FRIDAY 8:30 P.M.
Hear Editor & Publisher
of Automobile Quarterly
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Regular Museum Admission
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7 & 9 P.M.
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SAT., JAN. 25
with your pizza
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a new concept in Russian film-making
And. A -Angell Hall ... 7 and 9:30 P.M.
Sc membership fee
IQC-Assembly Association Presents
("From the back of the bus")
TRY FOLLETT'S First
In concert with ADDIS and CROFUT
Popular folk duo
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