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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

SUNDAY. MAT 1.1941

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IAILIeOFFICIAL
BULLETIN
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ommend such students by forwar-
a letter (in two copies; one copy
Honors Council, one copy for the
'ice of Registration and Records) to
Director, Honors Council, 1210 An-
I Hall before 5 p.m., Thurs., May
194.
'eaching departments in the School
Education should forward letters
ectly to the Office of Registration
: Records, Room 1513 Admin. Bldg.,
8:30 a.m., Mon., May 18. 1964.
-COMMENCEMENT EXERCISES
May 22, 1964
Po be held at 10 a.m. either in the
dium or Yost Field House, depend-
on the weather. Exercises will con-
de about 12 noon.
ui graduates as of May 1964 are eli-
'le to participate.
iYCkets:-
kor Yost Field House: Two to each
spective graduate, to be distributed
inning Mon., May 4, in lobby of
min. .Bldg. Hours of distribution-
n. through Fri., 8 a.m. to 4:30 p.m.
losed Circuit TV will be offered at
u Aud., Trueblood Aud., and Rack-
, .Lecture Hall. Admission will be by
ret only. Two tickets to each pros-
tive graduate for closed teleyision
'erage will be issued after Yost Field
use tickets are exhausted.
'or Stadium: Grads will be allotted
dium tickets for their families. Dis-
bution of these tickets will begin
y 4 in the lobby of the Admin.
Lg. Distribution time-Mon. through
., 8 a.m. to 4:30 p.m.
4cademc Costume: Can be rented at
e Sport Shop, N. Univ. Ave., Ann
bor, or at Tice's Men Shop, 1107 S.
iv. Ave., Ann Arbor.
lssembly for Grads: At 9:30 a.m. in
a east of Stadium. Marshals will
tct grads to proper stations. If siren
icates (at intervals from 9 to 9:15
,.) that exercises are to be held in
t Field House, grads should go di-
tly there and be seated by Marshals.
pectators:.
tadium: All should be seated by 9:30
ost Field House: Owing to lack of
ce only those holding tickets can
aditiitted. Enter on State St., oppo-
eMcKinley St.
Grad Announcements, Invitations,
Inquire at Office of Student Af-
'8.
ommencement Programs: To be dis-
:uted at Stadium or Yost Field House.
iplomas: May be picked up at Room
1 SAB beginning Mon. noon, May 25.
ilomas not called for after May 29'
I be mailed to the addresses given
the diploma application cards.
loctoral degree candidates who quail-
for the PhD degree or a'similar de-
w from the Grad School and WHO
TEND THE COMMENCEMENT EXER-
SES will be given a hood by the
v. Hoods given during the ceremony
3 all Doctor of Philosophy hoods.
ose receiving a doctor's degree other
n the PhD may exchange the PhD
d for the appropriate one at the
ice of the Secretary, 2564.Admin.
1g., Fri. afternoon, May 22, and there-
Events ofd( y
vanced Firemanship Conference -
istration, Civil Defense and Disaster
ining Center, 8:30 a.m.
otany Seminar-Dr. G. D. Bowen,
1601 of Biological Sciences, Univ. of
t Anglia, Norwich, England, "Phos-
te Uptake Studies in Mycorrhizas
Frees" at 12:10 p.m. in 1139 Natural
ence Bldg.
ept. of Engineering Mechanics Sem-
r-Prof. J. L. Ericksen, Dept. of
hanicsJohns Hopkins Univ., will
ak on "Cosserat Materials" Room
1W. 114Mr., Mon., M y 4, 4 p.m.
oAt ral'Examination for Richard Yee
1 Lee, Physics; thesis: "On a New
turbation Method," Mon., May 4,
Physics-Astronomy Bldg., at 9 a.m.
Girman, K. N. Case.,
SOVItET UNION
Monthly pictorial from Soviet
Union English or RussIan or
Sponish.
A fascinating tour through
the USSR.
ne year subscription $2.50
Imported Publications
& Prod.
1 Union Square, N.Y.C. 3 (M)

Doctoral Examination for Hermano
Joseph Xavier Fernandes, Education &
Psychology; thesis: "Desirable Char-
acteristics of Freshmen as Seen by the
Faculty in the Various Units of the
Univ. of Mich.," Mon, 2417 Mason
Hall, at 1 p.m.
Doctoral Examination for Parvin Atai,
Education; thesis: "A Contrastive Study
of English and Persion Question Sig-
nals," . on., May 4, 3038 English Lang.
Institute, at 9 a.m. Chairman, E. M.
Anthony.
Doctoral Examination for Muhammad
Abdul Waheed Fakhri, Education; thes-
is: "A Study of the Change of Opin-
ions of Students of Supervision About
Supervisory Functions," Mon., May 4,
3206 Univ. High School, at 8:15 a.m.
Chairman, H. S. Bretsch.
Social Work-Social Science Colloquium
-Dr. Edwin J. Thomas, Prof. of Social
Work and of Psychology, the U-M,
"Role Synchronies and Disability: A
Role Theoretical . Analysis," Mon., May
4, Social Work Lounge, 12 noon, Fourth
floor of the Frieze Bldg.
Placement
POSITION OPENINGS:
Publishing Co., Ann Arbor - Seeking
College Book Representative. Midwest
location,' possibly Mich. Will handle
varied kinds of books: Arts, Soc. Sci.,
& Sciences. Permanent career oppor. in
public relations work. On-the-job trng.
The rep, will call on professors to pro-
mote sales of texts & solicit manu-
scripts. Male with MS in Science or
Math pre;. (minor acceptable). Possi-
bly a. grad student, some teaching help-
ful, enjoy meeting people. Age 21-32.
Single pref. ,
Findlay College, Findlay, Ohio-Busi-
ness Manager-Managerial, maintenance,
cafeteria, secretarial service. BA or
BBA with Accounting or Acc't. (ass't.
Bus. Mgr.). Age 30-50. If have had
pertinent exper., i.e. college business
office, need not have Bus. Ad. or
Acc't. major. This is a small church
related liberal arts college in north-
western Ohic.
Organization in Ann Arbor-Seeking
men for Sales. 1-2 yrs. trng. prog.
Career oppor.-excellent earning poten-
tiaL. Degree with accounting bkgd. Ex-
per, in sales desirable-other exper.
acceptable (possibly retailing, or with
brokerage house). Age 24-34-recent
grads pref.

University . Center for Adult Educ.,
Detroit, . Mich.-Opening for Business
Manager. Will have many & various du-
ties: prepare budget requests & finan-
cial statements; oversee the prep..of all
stat, reports; incorporate, systematize
& dev. registration procedures, etc. Per-
tinent degree & exper.
Organization in Detroit-1) Writer-
prefer AB in Journ. or English with
ability to write imaginatively, dramat-
ically, enthusiastically, etc. Must have
knowledge to research, organize & dev.
material into effective, dramatic, visual
media. Writing exper. In adv., sales pro-
niotion, sales trng., slidefilms, motion
picture, speeches, TV or radio, etc. 2)
Science Writer-Pref. AB in English or
Educ. to write for educ. filmstrips.
Teaching exper. or thorough knowledge
of elementary school curricula. 3) Sales
Rep.-prefer male with work exper. as
teacher or salesman utilizing audio-
visual aids, to travel Midwest region.
For further information, please call
General Div., Bureau of Appointments,
3200 SAB, Ext. 3544.
PLACEMENT INTERVIEWS, Bureau
of Appointments-Seniors & grad stu-
dents, please call Ext. 3544 for appoint-
ments with the following:
TUES., MAY 7-
Mademoiselle Magazine-Attn.: Fresh-
men, Soph., & Junior Women. Call for
appt. if interested in part-time job
for next yr. as a Panel Member of Mad.
Mag., Campus Marketing Program. The
girl selected as panel member will be
sent portfolio containing 3-6 assign-
ments to complete-distributing samples
or conducting surveys-To selling. Use-
ful training for fashioning, marketing,
merchandising, soc., careers. Applica-
tions available at Bureau of Appoint-
ments.
TUES. & WED., MAY 7 & 8--
U.S. Coast Guard Washington, D.C.-
Men, U.S. citizens only. Men who are
interested in Ollicer Candidate Sch.
Degree in any major field of study.
Students may apply during sr. year.
!Will train for general duty otticers. You
are invited to cal for an appt. should
you be interessed.
SUMMER PLACEMENT:
212 SAB-.
Summer Placement Service-Still get-
ting requests for student help. Camps
still want specialists, a resort wants a
handyman, & a man who has had
work in a restaurant, a co-op organiza-
tion wants a water safety instructor.
The Ann Arbor Golf Club needs wai-

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tresses, a camp in Wis. wants men 20
or older. They don't all know that
school ends May 16. Come in to 212
SAB. We have more jobs than students.
EDUCATION DIVISION:
The following is the list of schools
that 'will be interviewing the re-
mainder of the semester at the Bureau
for prospective teachers for the 1964-1965
school year.
MON., MAY 4-
Troy, Mich.-Elem. 1, 4, 5, 6, Vocal;
J.H.-Math, Sci.; H.S.-Engl.; Auto Me-
chanics.
Clio, Mich.-Elem.; J.H.-Engl./Soc.
St., Math/Sci.; H.S.-Engl., Home Ec,
Ind Arts, Mech. Draw./Gen. Math,
Counsel. (man & woman), Speech Corr.
Cedarhurst, N.Y. (L'awrence Public
Schs.)-J.H.-Math, Engl., Art, Vocal,
Gen. Sci.; H.S.-Citizen. Ed., Gen. Sci,
Comm (T & S), Engl. (woman, Span.,
Fr., Girls:PE, Read., Law & Bus. (man);
Instr. Music.
Grand Rapids, Mich. (Godwin Hts.)-
Elem. 2, 3, 4, 5, 6.
TUES., MAY 5-
, Ida, Mich.-J.H. Math, H.S. Engl.,
Comm., Sp. Corr., 1st Gr., Band.
WED, MAY 6-
Anaheim, Calif (Magnolia Sch. Dist.)
-Elem. K-6 only.
Concord, Mich.-E. Elem.; Sec.-Girls
PE, Engl., Comm.
Ortonville, Mich. (Brandon Sch. Dist.)
-Elem., Vocal, J.H. Math, Ind. Arts,
Lib., Sci. (5th & 6th grs.).
THURS., MAY 7-
Flint, Mich. (Carman Sch. Dist,)-
Fields not announced.
Morrice, Mich.-Elem.; H.S.-Instr./
Vocal, Latin/Algebra, Agricul.
Ashland, Ohio-J.H.-Math/Sci., Gen.
Sci., Latin/Engl.; H.S.-Chem., Spec. Ed.
-Speech/Hear
Oak Park, Mich.-Elem. K, 2, 5, 6;
J.H.-Engl., Math, Sci., Girls PE, Lib.,
Bus., Read., Fr. or Spau; HS.-Engl,
Chem., Ind. Arts.
New Boston, Mich.-Home Ec., Ind.
Arts, Girls PE, Instr.-Strings (JH &
HS), K-6.
FRI., 'MAY 8-
Lexington, Mass.-Fields not announc-
ed.
WED., MAY 20-
Kingsford, Mich. (Breitung Twp.) -
Elem. K-6, H.S. Math, J.H. Engl.
* *, *
For additional information and ap-
pointments contact the Bureau of Ap-
pointments, 3200 SAB, 663-1511, Ext.
3547.

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WE READ A STATEMENT in the Press made by"
one of the young defendants after the court
case involving alleged damages at a debutante
party in Southampton, Long Island: "Every-
one knows there is too,. much drinking in this
country, but what can you do about it? Every-
body knows the morals of this country are
going down the drain."
4WE THE UNDERSIGNED believe we have the
answer to the young man's question.
We believe it is time our gen ration stopped
self-righteously deploring thls state of the
nation or irresponsibly contributing to it. The
4ime has come to change it.
WE REPRESENT hundreds of young Americans
across the nation who have committed their
lives to create a new society in America and
the world with the global program of Moral
Re-Armament.
WE ARE IN REVOLT against a society which cre-
ates the climate of immaturity and lawless-
ness that leads to such a debacle and to such a
cynical statement. We have got to stop it.
AWE ARE IN REVOLT against the gutlessness of
"good" Americans who lack the courage to
explode the corruption existing in all levels of
our society, who sit silently while one woman
forcesGod out of our schools, who permit men
committed to atheism and anti-God to proceed
unchecked, who proclaim one set of standards
and live another.
WE ARE IN REVOLT against the line of the "new
morality" which is forced down our throats
by books, magazines, television, films,.profes-
sors and some churchmen. Sex, violence, lust
and godlessness are taking over the nation.
When venereal disease among young Ameri-
cans rises 130 % between the years 1956 and
1961, when 13,000,000 children come from
broken homes-who is responsible? We are.
WHERE ARE THE YOUNG AMERICANS who
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THE FREE WORLD looks to us for leadership:
The captive world looks to us to make freedom
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WE ARE OUT TO BUILD A NATION where fami-
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industry-management and labor-teach the
whole world how to wor-k together, where all
races, colors and classes learn together with
all nations how to lead the whole world for-
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Americans more dedicated to building a world
that works than any Communist or material-
ist. We will create an America to whom the
whole world will turn and say, "That is the
way men are meant to live."
WE BELIEVE IN MODERN AMERICA. We be-
lieve she will rise to the challenge of the times.
We believe she will demonstrate the great re-
ality that free men will accept of their own
accord the discipline to be governed by God,
so that millions on the earth will never be
ruled by tyrants.
THE CHALLENGE facing the AmericaA youth is
not to go backward to the decadence that de-
stroyed the Roman Empire, but to go forward
to the revolution of Moral Re-Armament.
WE CAN REBUILD THE MODERN WORLD. Let
us go forward to absolute moral standards for
all men everywhere; absolute honesty, purity,
unselfishness and love, not as an end in them-
selves, but as a means for giving us the en-
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clarity that will take humanity forward to the
next stage in human evolution.
THREE THOUSAND OF US are meeting.this sum-
mer in a Conference for Tomorrow's America
at the Moral Re-Armament Center, Mackinac
Island, Michigan, to shoulder that -task to-
gether. We invite every young American who
has the courage and spirit to care for his na-
tion and the future of mankind to join us.
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Manhattanville College'66
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Princeton University '65
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