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THE MICHIGAN DAILY Fl

Across Campus

Notes Trend
To Summer

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A symposium on "Italy Through'
Dutch Eyes: Dutch '17th Century
Landscape Artists in Italy" will be
held today at the University. Prof.
Horst Gerson will speak at the
2. p.m. opening session in Aud. B.
Prof. Gerson is director of the
Netherland Institute for Art His-
SGC 'Passes
New Eection
OP11io Moves
By KAREN KENAH
Student Government, Council
last night passed a motion on stu-
dent opinion and added an amend-
nent to a former motion on offi-
cer elections.
SOC voted; in addition, to con-
tinue the present student health
insurance plan for another year
and to donate $10 to the John 1
Fitzgerald Kennedy Library.
The motion on student opinion
was presented to the Council by
Carl Cohen, '66, and by the SGC
Student Concerns Committee. It
stated that SGC motions which ex-
press student opinion must, be re-
ferred to "appropriate campus or-
ganizations" for discussion.
The motions are to be reviewed.
by the governments of these or-
ganizations and a form, filled : out
and returned to SOC expressing
approval or- disapproval. The or-
ganizations involved could request
SGC to send speakers but would
not be required to- reply to the SGC;
motion.
Diane Lebedeff, '65, and H. Neil
Berkson, '65, acting editor of The.
Daily, presented a motion to sim-
3plify a section of a proposed
amendment to Council plans which
eliminates the clause requiring any
candidate for an executive office
to have served one-half term on
Council in order to be eligible to
run for executive position.

tory, The Hague, and visting pro-
fessor at the Institute of Fine
Arts, New York University.
He will be followed by Prof.
Philip Hofer, secretary of the Har-
vard University Fogg Art Museum.
Prof. Wolfgang Stechow of
Oberlin College and visiting Uni-]
versity history of art professor
will speak at 8 p.m.
Michigan Press .. .
John H. Griffin will be the fea-
tured speaker at the 37th conven-
tion of the Michigan Interscholas-
tic Press Association, beginning at
10 a.m. in Rackham Lecture Hall.
The topic will be "Black Like Me,"
based on Griffin's book of the
same title.
Life atnd Literature.
Prof. Helen White, chairman of
the University of Wisconsin Eng-
lish department, will speak on
"The Mystical Aspects of Life and
Literature" at 4:10 p.m. today in
Aud A.
Poverty . .
Mrs. Josephine Brokaw, princi-
pal of Ann Arbor's Mack School,
will speak on the topic "Ann
Arbor's Challenge: Poverty" at 7
p. today at a banquet given by
Pi Lambda. Theta and Phi Delta
Kappa at the League.
'Henry the Fifth' . .
The University Players will pre-
sent Shakespeare's "Henry V" at
8 p.m. today in Trueblood Aud.
kecital .. .
Tenor John McCollum and
pianist Eugene Bossart will give
La public recital at. 8:30 today in
Rackham Lecture Hall.
Wind InstrUmLents . .
Students of the music school's
wind instrument department will
present a recital at 1 p.m. today
in Hill Aud.

Attention: FILM-MINDED STUDENTS!
INTERVIEWING FOR
CINEMA GUILD BOARD POSITIONS
will be TUESDAY, APRIL 28, from 7:00 P.M. in
Room 3528 SAB. Sign up now for interview on
door of Cinema Guild office, 2548 SAB.

The Daily Official Buletin is an Doctoral Examination for Richard Yee
( II gT 1 1 ± official publication of the Univer- Yen Lee, Physics; thesis: "On a Newa
sity of Michigan for which' The Perturbation Method," 629 Physics-
Michigan Daily assumes no editorial Astronomy Bldg., at 10 a.m.
responsbilty. Notices should be sent
By STEVEN BOOKSHESTER li TYPEWRITTEN fcim to floom Doctoral Examination for Alexander
Collegiate Press Service 364 Administration Building before Cameron, Education; thesis: "An Analy-
2 p.m. of the day preceding publica- sis of the Interests, Educational Prep-e
CHICAGO-An increasing trend tion, and by2 p.m. Friday for Satur- aration and Vocational Background ofa
towards year-round college opera- day and Sunday. Student Personnel Deans," E. CouncilE
tion was noted Monday in a paper FRIDAY, APRIL 24 man, J.Rkha Bldg., at 4 p.m. Chair-
presented before the Association,
for Higher Education. Symposium: Held in conjunction withA
"There is good reason to be- Day C aendarf the exhibition "Italy through Dutch
Eyes: Dutch Seventeenth Century Land-o
lieve that year-round campus Basic Firemanship Conference-Civil scape Artists in Italy" at The Univ.,
operation will expand steadily in Defense and Disaster Training Center, of Mich. Museum of Art (April 22-MayC
the years immediately ahead," 8:30 a.m. 24). The symposium will be held int
Professors W. Hugh Stickler and Au. B, Angell Hall on Fri., April 24.P
Flor Dept. of Psychology Colloquium-A Speaking from 2 to 4 p.m. will be Dr.V
Milton W. Carothers of F dajien L. Edwards, Univ. of Washington, Horst Gerson, director, Netherlands In-..
State University reported. "Predictions about the MMPI Based stitute for Art History, The Hague,
Professors Stickler and Caroth- on Social Desirability Considerations": whose subject is "The Fame of theA
Aud. B, Angell Hall, 4:15 p.m. Dutch Italianates in the EighteenthI
ers beieve the year-round Galen- 'Century"; and Philip Hofer, secretary.C
dar will "provide a better vehicle Cinema Guild - "Key Largo," with Fogg Art Museum, Harvard Univ., whoC
for dealing with the vast numbers Humphrey Bogart, Lionel Barrymore, will talk on "The Collector and Land-..
of students" included in what is Lauren Bacall; plus cartoon short: Ar- scape Drawings." At 8 p.m., Dr. Wolf-r
termd te "tdalwave ofiiichitecture Aud., 7 and 9 p.m. gang Stechow, xlsiting professor in
termd te 'tdalwave ofin-History of Art at the Univ., who has
creasing college enrollments. Doctoral Examination for Leonard organized the exhibition, will speak on1
As a result of the trend towards Gerald Schifrin, Economics! thesis: "The the "Dutch Seventeenth Century Land-C
year-round operation, Stickler and Ethical Drug Industry: Practices and scape Artists in Italy."
Performance," 260 Economics Bldg.,. at 3 L
Carothers stated, aggressive ef- pF. Chairman, Shorey Peterson.
forts are being made to upgrade "g neralN i cs P
summer sessions Doctoral Examination for Ray Huang
Sane and Sober History; thesis: "The Grand Canal dur- Announcing: Univ. Players Playbill,
Sane ad Sobe ing the Ming Dynasty," 3609 Haven H all, Summler '4, auspices of Department t
Students at year-round institu- at 3:15 p.m. Chairman, Albert Feuer- of Speec.I
tions, the authors said, exhibit a werker. June 24-27-Lerner and Loewe's "My2
greater seriousness of purposeFair Lady," featuring Prof. Ralph Her-A
Erie Doctoral Examination for Vaughan bert of the School of Music and bari-
Extra-curricular 5ciyities at those Hurst Shoemaker, Zoology; thesis: "Phy- tone with Metropolitan Opera CompanyC
achools seem to be receiving less siological Effects of Water Deprivation as Henry Hliggens.v
student participatol due to the in a Toad, Bufo marinus," 2111 Natural July 8-11-Tennessee Williams' "Sum-
intensified academic progra S of cience Bldg., at 3 p.m. Chairman, w. R. ing fable "Under the Sycamore Tree."
itenfe d earoudemopron.a ofDawson. July 15-18-Sam Spewack's enchant-s
the year-round operation. I mer and Smoke." fr
Professors Stickler and Caroth- Doctoral Examination for Larry Gene July 29-Aug. 1-James Thurber's com-
ers see the emergence of two ys- Wolgemuth Chemistry; thesis: "Reac-. edy revue "A Thurber Carnival."
ers ee he merenceof wo ys-tions of Diphenylcylopropenone with Aug. b-8-The School of Music in an
tems of equitable faculty pay Nucleophiles," 3001 Chemistry Bldg., at opera to be selected. (Probably Daniel
which will operate with the de- 2 p.m. Chairman, D. T. Longone. Auber's "Fra-Diavolo").
velopment of year-round opera- All performances Wed. through Sat.,
velpmet o yer-rundopea- Doctoral Examination for Richard De 8 p.m. in the air-conditioned Lydia
ton. These are "12-month salaries La Barre Duke, Conservation; thesis: Mendessohn Theatre.
nith provision for regular leave "Gaming-Simulation Studies in Urban Mail orders now accepted. Order forms
from teaching duties; or adoption Land Use Allocation," 2031 Natural Re- and additional information are avail-
of the principle of equal pay for rces Bldg., at 9 a.m. Chairman, R. L. able byrmail from U-M Players, Frieze
oteprnilofeulpyfrMeer. Bldg. or may be obtained this week
equal periods of faculty time." ;_at the Trueblood Aud. box office dur-
The two educators recognize Doctoral Examination for Donald ing the run of "King Henry V."
several problem areas arising from Louis Herman, Political Science; thesis: Tiskets for individual productions will
yo."The Comintern and the Development not be available until June 22, at the
year-round operation. "Withoutof Communism in Mexico," 4609 Haven Lydia Mendelssohn box office.
d,ubt the most difficult admirn- Hall, at 1:30 p.m. Chairman, N. C.
istiative proNem," they state, "is Needier. Regents' Meeting: Thurs., May 21.
_____Communications for consideration at
that of getting students to go to DoctoralExamination for Robert Guy this meeting must be in the President's
school d uringg e summer Corbett, Geology; thesis: nThe Geology hands not later than May 7.
Months." and Mineralogy of Section 22 Mine, Medical College Admission Test: Can-
Factily Ambrosia Lake Uranium District, New didates who are registered to take the
Faculty probiemE. they said, in- Mexico," 2045Natural Science Bldg., at Medical College Admission Test on April
'uderecruitment, phy sa, aid 1:30 p.m. Chairman, W. C. Kelly. 25 are asked to report to 130 Business
lude recruitment pay scales, and- ---
a decision as to what constitutes
"an adequate and appropriate Dial First Night
work load for a faculty member." 2-6264 Sh a
Within the area of student prob- 6:30
lems, the professors cite difficulty'
in arranging transfers between 6th WEEK! Matinees $1.00
junior and senior colleges, and WINNER OF 4 Evenings and
between one senior institution and ACADEMY AWARDS Sunday $1.25
another. Another difficulty in the including
student area they said, is the ef- BEST PICTURE AND BEST DIRECTOR
fect of the intensified pressure of "ABSOLUTELY
year-round operation upon the ADULT MAGNIFICENT!"
student. Increased financial prob- ENTRTANI -ImENT,
lems for students and schools may ENTERTAN-- Magazin
also result from the full-year plan. MENT ""
"The unhurried academic life
of yesteryear grew out of an y 0
agrarian society," they said. "That p
leasurely way of doing things in-
terspersed with long vacations no
longer can be justified." EASTMANCOLOR Shows Start at
q_1:.30-4:00-6:30 & 9:00
k Feature 15 Minutes Later
ORGANIZATION
NOTICES
DINING EXCELLENCE AT
Alpha Omega Fellowship, Weekly
meeting, all University students wel-
Ore, weekly lecture and discussion:
Intellectual examinations of Biblical
claims and their relevance to the cam-
pus situation, April 26, 10 a.m., Grace
Bible Church, 110 N. State St.
*' & *
$aptist Student Union, Statewide BSU
Spring Retreat, April 24, 25 and 26.
Leave campus this afternoon to Bambi
Lake, Mich. Golden Tree Room Town and Country Room
Graduate Outing Club, Hike, April 26, Main Dining Room
2 pam., Huron St. entrance to Rackham
* * * s
Michigan Christian Fellowship, Mis- Featuring
ionary oCnferette, April 24, 7:30 p.m.,
Michigan Union, Third Floor. MAINE LIVE LOBSTERS
* .' *
Michigras, Michigras Ticket Pre-Sale
thru April 24, 9 a.m. to 3 p.m., Diag and
and Michigan Union steps.
* * HAPANECOKTIL
University Lutheran Chapel, Fourth CHAMPAGNE COCKTAILS
Friday Forum: Review of Rolf Hoch

Huth's play, "The Deputy," by Judy
Koucky, April 24, 8:30 p.m., 1511 Washte-
naw. Mon. thru Thurs. Fri. and Sat. Sunday
Unitarian Student Group, Talk and 1:30 a m.-I 1 1 '30 am-I am. Noon - 8:30 p.m.
discussion: Prof. Albert K. Stevens, 1 3( lm- p.m. 1 .1am on 8 0p .
English department, "Why I Am a
Trinitarian and not a Unitarian," April
26, 7:30 p.m., Unitarian Church, 1917
Washtenaw. , ,,JACKSON ROAD AT THE I-94 AND M-14 EXIT
U of M Tennis Club, Final meeting

JLLETIN
Admin. Bldg. on Sat. morning at 8:30
a.m.
Events
The following student sponsored
events are approved for the coming
weekend. Social Chairmen are reminded
that requ~.ests for approval for social
events are due inrthe Office of Student
Affairs not later than 12 o'clock noon
on the Tues. prior to the event.
APRIL 24-
Acacia, Party; Alpha Delta Phi, Rec-
ord Party; Cooley, Open Open; Hayden,
Open Open; Hinsdale, Michigras Open
Open; Kappa Alpha Psi; Michigras Par-
ty; Phi Kappa Tau, Party; Pi Lambda
Phi, Party; 'Iau Delta Phi, Late Party;
Williams, Open Open.
APRIL 25-
Adelia Cheever, Michigras open open;
Alpha Delta "Phi, Band Party; Alpha
Tau Omega, Party; Anderson, Open j
Open & Dance; Beta Theta Pi, Party; I
Chi Phi, Open House 2-5; Chi Phi,
Party 9-2; Chicago, Open Open; Chi
Psi, Informal Party; Cooley, Open Open;
Delta Chi, Open House; Delta Sigma
Phi, House Party; Delta Tau Delta,
Michigras Victory Party; Greene, Open
Open, Hayden, Open Open.
Michigan, Open Open; Masher Hall,
Open Open; Phi Alpha Kappa, Spring
Formal; Scott House, Open Open; Phi
Epsilon Pi, Party; Phi Kappa Psi, Band
Party; Phi Kappa Tau, Party; Pi Lamb-
da Phi, Band Party; Psi Upsilon, Par-
ty; Tau Delta Phi, late Party; Theta4
Xi, Band Party; Triangle, Open Open;
Zeta Psi, Moon Dance.
APRIL 26--
Jordan, Open Open; Alice Lloyd Hall,
Open Open; Noble, Open Open; Stock-
well, Open Open.
Placement
POSITION OPENINGs:
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THE FABULOUS 'COLLEGIANS'
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