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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

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Chen Flanked by ISA Cabinet

Across
Campus
Prof. William R. Taylor of the
botany department will deliver the
annual Heniy Russell Lecture. He
will speak on "Plants of the Sea
Borders" at 4:15 p.m. today in the:
Rackham Amphitheatre.
International Tea.

DAILY OFFICIAL
BULLETIN
The Daily Official Bulletin is an
official publication of the Univer-
sity of Michigan for which The
Michigan Daily assumes no editorial
responsibility. Notices should be sent
in TYPEWRITTEN fltm to Room
364 Administration Building before
2 p.m. of the day preceding publica-
tion, and by 2 p.m. Friday for Satur-
day and Sunday.
THURSDAY, APRIL 23

tional Center who will be on campus Aud. B, Angell Hall on Fri., April 24. Acct. Recent grads.
this week on the dates indicated. Pro- Speaking from 2 to 4 p.m. will be Dr. Speed Queen, Ripon, Wis.-Several
gram arrangements are being made by Horst Gerson, director,"Netherlands In- Sa penQnfr menwi .-BA v&ran
Mrs. Clifford R. Miller, Ext. 3358, Inter- stitute for Art History, The Hague, ales openinsls for men with BA & In-
national Center. whose subject is "The Fame of the terested in salesi Mi. oblig. completed.
Ksente Bogoev, Dean and Professor, Dutch Italianates in the Eighteenth Age 25 & up. Training in Ripon, Wis.
Faculty of Economics, University of Century"; and Philip Hofer, secretary. Jobs anywhere In U.S. Will train 1 or 2
Skopje, Yugoslavia, April '9-25. Fogg Art Museum, Harvard Univ., who mos. for engrg. sales. Career oppor.
Knute Edward Chang, Administrative will talk on "The Collector and Land- unlimited Leads to District Manager
Specialist, Bureau of International Cul- scape Drawings." At 8 p.m., Dr. Wolf- position.
tural and Educational Relations, Min- gang Stechow, xisiting professor in New York Air Brake Co., Kalamazoo,
istry of Education, Taiwan, April 21-23. History of Art at the Univ.. who has Mich.-l i Engineers-Project & Ass't
Daam van Willigen, Rector, Jac. P. organized the exhibition, will speak on; Project (hydraulic); 2) Chief Indunstrial
Thysse Lyceum, Overeen, Netherlands, the "Dutch Seventeenth Century Land- Engnr. 3) Plant Engnr. 4) Sales Engi-
April 22-26. scape Artists in Italy," neers. 5) Sales Trainees. The above po-
Laxmansiastri Joshi, Principal, San- sitions require BSE or BBA depending
krit School of Wai,, Maharashtra State, on position & all require exper. except
India, April 23-29. ilSales Trainees. The above are located
K. V. Vaki, 2nd Secretary, Educa- in Kalamazoo. The following positions
tion Department, Embassy of India, are located at Watertown, N.Y. div.: 1)
Washington, D.C., India, April 25-26. ! POSITION OPENINGS: Tooling Engnr. 2) Production Control
United Air Lines, Pittsburgh, Pa.- Supv.
S.Need graduates in various fields, & For further inofrmation, please call
G [eneral ot ics particularly in Aero., Mech., Electrical & General Div. Bureau of Appointments,
Indust. Engrg., Accounting, Flight Ops. 3200 SAB, Ext. 3544.
Phi Beta Kappa: Initiation Banquet, & Stewardess Service.
Thurs., April 23, Mich. Union, 7 p.m. Wehr Steel Co., Milwaukee, Wis. - SUMMER PLACEMENT:
Dean William N. Hubbard of the Medi- Opening at Carnes Corp. (a div. of S ELA E
cal School will be the speaker. Reser- co.) located in Verona, Wis. Engaged 212 SAB-
vations should be made at the office of in manufacture of air handling equip- Dept. of Health, Educ. & Welfare, St.
the secretary, Hazel M. Losh (Ext. 659). ment. Seeking candidate with BS de- Elizabeths Hospital, Washington, D.C. -
gree in Engrg., who is currently a Summer employment program will han-
The Office of Student Affairs an- candidate for an MBA. Initially, work die 31 positions for clerk-typist, bio-
nounces tue following hours for wom- would involve varied admin. & special metrics asst, dietary ass't., clinical
en: 1:30, April 24;. %:4i, April 25. projects where an engrg. bkgd. would pathology ass't., medical externs,, nurs-
be essential. ing students ass'ts., occupational thera-
USPHS Predoctoral Fellows are re- Ling-Temco Vought (Mich. Div.), War- ,py ass'ts., social work ass't., & youth
minded of their scheduled meetings ren, Mich. -Seeking Accountant for all group counelor. Details avail. at Sum-
with Dr. Stephen Hatchett on April 23 types of ace't.; varied responsibilities. mer Placement. Deadline for applica-
and 24. Men with BA or BBA, with major in tions is April 24 (tomorrow).

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NEW OFFICERS of the International Student Association are (left to right) Mary Van de Water,
'65, executive vice-president; Yee C. Chen, '65, president, and James Jones, '65, administrative vice-
president. Chen defeated Iraj Mahdavi, '65, of Iran and will replace outgoing president Isaac Ade-
lemo, '64. Miss Van de Water and Jones both ran unopposed.
POVERTY-REDUCING SCHEME:
Lampman Gives Three Point Plan

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engaged in work, health, renewal
and educational programs.
"We need a combined effort of
several different, combined ap-
proaches," he said.
"We have had considerable
progress against poverty, but we
want to accelerate the rate of

forward movement," Prof. Lamp-
man said.
Prof. Lampman further listed
six classes of theories concerning
the cause of poverty:
-1) Poverty arises because the
overall nation is poor. He said
that this was true in most of the
world today.
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-2) The lines of defense people
have against poverty. These in-
clude such things as earnings,
capital investment and insurance.
"This theory, however, assumes
thatseveryone is above poverty,"
he said.
-3) There are life-cycle pat-
terns of poverty. This theory holds
that there is a high element of
randomness present. Entries into
poverty may be through birth, a
hereditary disease among the poor,
and various, random difficulties,
he explained.
-4) There are differences in
abilities and motivation. That
some people are motivated while
others are not is the premise for;
this theory. Prof. Lampman ex-
plained that the "survival of the
fittest" idea is appropriate here.
-5) Environmental Theory.
People are different, but this is
because of environmental dif-
ferences, he noted.
-6) There are institutional bar-
riers. Particular institutions set
up walls around the poor. These
are institutions of exclusive rights
and privileges designed to serve
and protect the general run of
citizens-at the expense of the
less fortunate.
To what extent has exclusive-
ness contributed to some of our
poverty in the U.S.? Federal pro-
grams such as unemployment
compensation and farm programs
are aimed at the presently rela-
tively successful people, not the
poor, he emphasized.
ORGANIZATION
NOTICES
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Alpha Phl Omega, Pledge class meet-
,Ing, April 23. 4 p.m., 3516 SAB.
s* s* !
Baptist Student Union, Statewide BSUI
Spring Retreat, April 24-26. Leave cam-
pus Firday afternoon to Bahbi Lake,
Mich.
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Cervantes Club, Latin American folk
singing with folk singers from Uru-
guay, April 23, 8 p.m., Michigan Union.
Christian Science Organization, Tes-
timony meeting, April 23, 7:30 p.m.,
Room 528D, SAB.
Congregational Disciples, E&R., EUB
Student Guild, James Boggs, laborer-j
author of "The American Revolution"
will speak about current inter-racial
issues, April 23, 7.30 p.m., Guild House,
802 Monroe.
Graduate Outing Club, Hike, April
26, 2 p.m., Huron St. entrance to Rack-
ham Bldg.

The International Students As- D Caleidci
sociation is sponsoring an interna-I
tional tea from 4:30 '.m. to 6 Basic Firemanship Conference-CivilI
.M. todayattheInteati Defense and Disaster Training Center,j
p.m. tay a e Iernationa 8:30 a.m.
Center. Center for Russian Studies and
School of Education Lecture - George
Z. F. Bereday, Professor of Comparative
Slavic Languages . . . Education, Teachers College, Columbia
.m'University, "Problems of Science and
The department of Slavic lan- Society in the Soviet Union": Multi-
guages and literatures is sponsor- purpose Room, Undergrad Lib., 4:10 p.m.
ing two lectures today by profes- School of Music Recital-String Stu-1
from the University of Novi dents: Lane Hall Aud., 4:15 p.m.
sors Cinema Guild - "Key Largo," with
Sad in Yugoslavia. Prof. Pavle Ivic Humphrey Bogart, Lionel Barrymore,
will speak on "Types of Dialectical Lauren Bacall; plus cartoon short: Ar-
Differences" at 4:10 p.m. in the chitecture Aud., 7 and 9 p.m.
University Players Production -
East Lecture Rm., Rackham Bldg. Shakespeare's "Henry the Fifth": True-
Prof. Milka Ivic will speak on blood Aud., 8 p.m.
"The Structure of the Slavic Sim- Doctoral Examination for Donald
ple Sentence" at 8 p.m. in the East Courtland Fish. Microbiology; thesis:
"The Metabolism of D-Gulcaric Acid
Conference Rm., Rackham Bldg. in Esherichia col," 1566 E. Medical
Bldg., at 9 a.m. Chairman, H. J. Blu-
menthal.
Ecumenical Evening . . Doctoral Examination for Pirkko Mai-
Prof. Paul Minus of the Meth- ja-Leena Lahtinen, thesis: "The Effect
of Rejection and Failure on Chil-
odist Theological School will speak dren's Dependency," 7611 Haven Hall, at
on "New Directions for the Cath- 9 a.m. Chairman, Joseph Veroff.
olic Protestant Dialogue" at 8 p.m. Doctoral Examination for Francis
Christy, Conservation; thesis: "The Ex-
today at the Newman Center. ploitation of a Common Property Nat-
ural Resource: The Maryland Oyster
Industry," 1038 ..atural Resources Bldg.,
Last Mv'eeng... at 2 p.m.
The Young Republicans will hold Doctoral Examination for John David
Haas, Education; thesis: "Doctoral Re-
their last spring meeting to orga- search on Michigan Education," 4019A
nize the club for the summer UHS, at 1 p.m.
months at 8 p.m. today in Rm. 3S Doctoral Examination for Esther Dean
of the Michigan Union. Callard, Education; thesis: "Achieve-
ofteMcia no.ment Motive in the Four-Year-Old
Child and Its Relationship to Achieve-
Premier Performance .. ment Expectancies of the Mother," 1600
UES, at 11 a.m. Co-Chairmen, W. A.
"Sonata," composed by Prof. Ketcham and JosephhVeroff.
Paul Cooper of the music school, Doctoral Examination for George Don-
will receive its first performance at ald Husk, Chemistry; thesis: "The Prep-
wil reeiv it frstperormnceataration and Rearrangement of Certain
a public concert by Professors Unsaturated Organoaluminum Systems,"
Oliver Edel, cellist, and Barbara 3003 Chemistry Bldg., at 3 p.m. Chair-
Holmquest, pianist, at 8:30 p.m. to- man, J. J. Eisch.
day in Rackham Lecture Hall. Research Seminar - Dr. Samuel P.
Hicks, Prof, of Pathology, The U-M,
will speak on "Essects of Radiation on
Folk Concert ... Developing Brains," at the Mental
Health Research Institute, at 2:15 p.m.
Voice is presenting a folk con- in the Main Conference Room, 1057
cert with the New Strangers, Dan- MHRI.
Applied Mathematics Seminar-Prof.
ny Klb nd am hartrsas C.M. Groden, from the Dept. of Chem-
part of its "End to Poverty Week" ical Engrg., will speak on "Diffusion
program at 8 p.m. today in Aud. Problem with Chemical Reaction," at 4
A, Angell Hallp.m. in Room 246 W. Engrg. Coffee
will be served at 3:30 in Room 350 W.
Engrg.
Special Matinee . . Chemistry Lecture-Dr. E. B. Baker,
Dow Chemical Co., "High Resolution
The University Players will be Nuclear Magnetic Double Resonance,"
giving a special student matinee of Room 1300 Chemistry Bldg., 8 p.m.
"King Henry V" at 1 p.m. April
25 in Trueblood Aud. Tickets are Foreign Visitors
one dollar for students with iden- The following are the foreign visi-
tification cards. tors nroarammed throih tha TnonI

Regents' Meeting: Thurs., May 21.
Communications for consideration at
this meeting must be in the President's
hands not later than May 7.
*Students: If you need to order a
transcript without grades for the pres-
ent semester, you are urged to call in
person at Room 515 Admin. Bldg, not
later than May 8, 1964.
*--Does not apply to students in Law
and College of Engineering.
Medical College Admission Test: Can-
didates who are registered to take the
Medical College Admission Test on April
25 are asked to report to 130 Business
Admin. Bldg. on Sat. morning at 8:30
a.m.
Commencement Instructions to Facul-
ty Members: Convene at 9:15 a.m. in the
first floor lobby in the Administration
Bldg. Buses will be provided in front
of the Administration Bldg. on State
Street to take you to the Stadium or
Yost Field House to join the proces-
sion and to take the place assigned
to youn on stage, as directed by the
Marshals; at the end o fthe exercises
buses will be ready in driveway east of
the Stadium or at west side of Yost
Field House to bring you back to the
campus.
Symposium: Held in conjunction with
the exhibition "Italy through Dutch
Eyes: Dutch Seventeenth Century Land-
scape Artists in Italy" at The Univ.
of Mich. Museum of Art (April 22-May
24). The symposium will be held in
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Ecumeneial Evening
CATHOLIC DIALOGUE
NEW DIRECTIONS IN PROTESTANT-
REV. PAUL MINUS
Methodist Theological School, Ohio
REV. JAMES TORRENS S.J.
Thursday, April 23 . . 8:00 P.M.
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University of Wisconsin
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