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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

SOCIAL RESEARCH:
Study Formal Organization

DAILY OFFICIAL
BULLETIN
The Daily Official Bulletin is an
official .ublicatiOnOf the Ui.

Mich. Medical Care Discussion Grou
-An evening with Michael M. Dav
author and lecturer: Room 3042, Scho
of Public Health, 8 p.m.

LsofahrePrSeispucc ne unver-
Last of a Three-Part Series sity of Michigan for which The
'By CHRISTINE LINDER different backgrounds, Prof. Geor- among group members and social Michigan Daily assumes no editorial
gopoulos added. power. responsibility. Notices should be sent
Studies 'on such diverse subjects in TYPEWRITTN fom to Room
Studieon uc div erse sujcits, The Research Center for Group The ISR's educational contribu- 3654 Administration Building before
asth. of scientists, Dynamics, one of the two main tions have included s errpro-2 p.m. of the day preceding publica-
Peace Corps selection methods, subdivisions of the ISR, the oth- s in su er to- n and by 2 p.m. Friday fSatur-
and hospital administration have'grams i survey research tech- day and Sunday.
developed from the Interest In ther being the Survey Research niques and summer workshops on
operation of formal organizations e r, conduc studies of group the use of consumer survey data. THURSDAY, MAY 7
behavior. ____
by the Institute for Social Re- Fresh Air CamParticipant colleges in the In-
search. r ter-University Consortium for Po- Day Calendar
Formal organizations such as The University Fresh Air C litical Research sends graduate ., t
labor unions and professional so- and other group settings have students to take special summer Advanced Firemanship Conference -
;cieties must satisfy individuals furnished experimental data on Civil Defense and Disaster Training
needs, but they also have aims of subjects such as communication See ISR, Page 8 Center.
their own. The relationship be Education Conference-Mich. League,
tween the organization and peo- 12 m.
ple who work in it is, therefore,
al area of interest " to social re- EMental Health Research Seminar -
William D. Willis, Asst. Prof. of Anat-
search. omy, Southwestern Medical School, The
Ways of enhancing the use of TUniv. of Texas, "The Recticular Forma-
the creative ability of scientists in The following examination SPECIAL PERIODS tion": Main Conference Room, Mental
schedule is for all University Health Research Institute, 2:15 p.m.
university, government, and Indus- departments and schools with Business Admin. School:
trial laboratories is being studied the exception of the Law and Course Code Dept. of Journalism Awards Assem-
by Frank M. Andrews, a study Medical Schools. Accounting 271, 500...... G,W bly-v. v. McNitt, chairman of board,
director at the Institute of So- The examination code letter Accounting 272, 501........Q,V Angell Hall, 4:15 p.m.
cial Research, and Prof. Donald corresponds to the time of the Bus. Ad. 306. 506.......PT
C. Pelz. Creativit first lecture for courses having Bus. Ad 450.............R,X zin, critic and writer, tAutobiography
i. Creativity both lecture and recitation Finance 301 ...............V,X as Narrative": Rackham Lecture Hall,
They have found that scientists periods or to the time of the Ind. Rel. 322, 522.........Q,S 4:15 p.m.
with a high degree of creativity first recitation period of the Ind. Rel. 500. ..............W,Y Cinema Guild-satajit Ray's "Apara-
tend to perform at a lower level week. Certain courses haveing Mktg. 300, 301, 500, 501 . .G,U Jito," plus short, "My Own Yard to
than uncreative scientists in re- special periods are indicated be- Play In": Architecture Aud., 7 and 9
stricted situations where there is low. Classes beginning on the Engineering College: P.M._
poor communication. half hour will be scheduled at Eng. Graphics 101......K,W school of Music and Dept. of Speech
A study for the National Aero- the preceding hour. Eng. Graphics 102, 104.. ..U,V opera - Tchaikovsky's "Queen of
nautics and Space Administration LiterarySCollege. Spades" (Pique-Dame), Josef Blatt, mu-
is being planned in order to help MONDAY sic director and conductor; Ralph Her-
it find ways ofproducing a sti- Time Examination Code Chem. 106............ . ...R,Y bert, stage director: Lydia Mendels-
uating research atmosphere, - 8. ... ..A, Mon.,May 11, 8-10 Econ. 101, 102, 103, 104, 401 OX sohn Theatre, 8 p.m.
The recruiting policies of the 9......B, Tues., May 12, 8-10 Econ 271-.-.-.-.-..........G,W__
Peace Corps are being studied by 10.......C, Wed., May 13, 8-10 Econ. 272 ............ .QV
its own request. Information on 11.....D, Thurs., May 14, 8-10 Eng. 123, 124.............L
why people apply, and then de- 12 Q, Mon., May 11, 10:30-12:30 French 101, 102, 103, 111, 112,
de to follow through their orig- 1.......E, Fri., May 15, 8-10 221, 222, 231, 232, 361,PU
Inal interest or drop out is being 2.....F, Sat., May 16, 8-10 3 .German.101,0,S111TE T
collected under the direction of. ... ...G, Tues., May 12, 4-6 Gra 101 T 2
David G. Bowers. 4. ....R, Wed, May 13, 4-6 ItalIan 101,12......... ..T,V Dia 662
Organization Study TUESDAY Latin 222, 231...........P,U
Many studies of effectiveness, 8.....H, Thurs., May 14, 4-6 Math. 116.............Q,W
behavior, and change in formal. .8........I, Fri., May 15, 4-6 Physics 154.......... . ..... ...Z
organizations such as insurance 10........, Sat., May 16, 4-6 Psych. 380............. CihepA.,
agencies and other businesses have 10... . . ...K, Mon., May 11, 4-6 Russian 101, 102, 201, 202,
been made over the past years, 12 , F.., May 15, 10:30-12:30 302, 402..............P,U
frequently at the request of the 1 M Thur., May 14, 10:30-12:30 Russian 352......... . .. .. T,X
company. 2 N, Sat., May 16. 10:30-12:30 Sociology 380...........O,Y
Social scientists have studied the 2 N, Stu., May 12, 10:30-12:30 Spanish 101, 102, 103, 221, Prog ra mr
effect of changes in leadership on 4 T, Wed., May 13, 10:30-12:30 222, 231, 232..........T,V
employe performance and sales 4___________________________
volume. Experiments are some-
times made to motivate behavior
In a functional direction. MUTUAL ASSISTANCE:
Civil, educational, political and "Best Picture of the Year"
other .nonindustrial groups have T1 T i St d EDTOA -Sat. Review
also been studied to get Informa- Initiate Joint Study Plan ENDSTODAY H Tribune
tion on how organizations con-
tribute to the working of society. e I I
Hospital Service Between1uske ee
Hospitals, because they are
much more complex than busi-
nesses and because they are a By ANN HARRIS rather than as a formal institu-
vital part of the community, are Two post - coctoral students tion.
of great .interest to organizational chosen from a nationwide com- Miller added that the research
re s ach, Po fBa s irSe o ptiton willtudyrand eresearch projects will include the S tudy
Poulos, also a study director at the in the field of race relations at of Students Training in Negro Col-U
ISR, pointed out. the University this fall and con- leges" now being conducted by
Unlike industries where many tinue their work the year after Tuskegee and the Center for Con-
functions can be automated, hos- at Tuskegee Institute in Alabama. flict Resolution, as well as the ex-
pitals must provide personalizedcfpotadp dtl
care, while coordinating the in- The program is one of the change o pos- an pre-docora _FRI
many measures which have been students in the social sciences,
undertaken to fulfill the Mutual Eight men fromboth institu- GORE VIDAL'S BRO
Assistance Plan announced last tions form a committee responsible "THE BE
University of Detroit Assistanc e noUne stNow a brilliant and
November between the Universi-
CONCERT SERIES ty and Tuskegee.-
Two additional post-doctoral
presents students will be selected to par-:TODAY
ticipate in the research program ONLYI
two students leave for Tuskegee SPECIAL SPONS
ThSNw U etiohnr
in the fall of 165. "GENERAL PUB
Neither student shall be selected
on the basis of racial preference'4
and neither shall be affiliated
C H R IS T Y erC nel irco fteCn
with either institution, Prof. Rob-
ert C. Angell, director of the Cen-
Ster for Research on Conflict Res-
olution,commented. There will v:
also be no commitment by Tuske-
gee to hire the students after their
period of study and research.
! Prof. Angell added that the stu-
dents will be working in the so-
cial science research department,$
headed by Prof. Paul Puryear and
may do some teaching. PROF. ROBERT C. ANGELL
N. Edd Miller, assistant to the for designing the future program.

vice-president for acamedic af- The four membedr subcommittee
fairs, is the coordinator of re- representing the University is
I C lations between Tuskegee and the headed by Prof. Angell and in-
University. He reported that the cludes Prof. Daniel Katz of the
race relations institute which was psychology department, Gerald A Film of the A rimy
discussed last fall has materialized Gurin, program director for Sur- Produced by Emile de A
as a mutual research program -vey Research Center and William Resuming Frida
Barth, assistant director of the
Center for Research on Conflict "THE SE
CHRISTY Co-op Bookstore Resolution.
Changes Location,
The Student Book Exchange,
M ins formerly operated by Student y
Government Council and located
BoktrMa 3 icesAcaefO AI11G tibG ir r o
in the SAB, has been taken over
by the Ann Arbor Co-Operative
i Bookstore at 330 Nickels Arcade.
The co-op bookstore will pick
up books on the Diag and in dor-
mitory lobbies next week.
miCHRISTY
Minstrels «
Student & Faculty just
FLIGHT HEADQUARTERS
FRI. MAY 15 ta
* Expert flight instruction othera
f New Cessna aircraft
:30, emoril Bldg. * Safety-inspected planes
$1.50, $2, $2.50 * Economy with efficiency A
" sr Zr$2.0 9Comfortable lounge

Statistics Seminar-at 4 p.m. Pr
Donald Jones will speak on "An Ap
plication of Probability Inequalitiest
Actuarial Science."
School of Music Degree Recital Pos
poned-The recital by Carolyn Larso
cellist, has been postponed. It w
originally scheduled for today at 8:
p.m. in Lane Hall Aud.
Univ. Choir Auditions-(Non-Scho
of Music students) for full semestera
3:15 p.m. today through Fri., MayI
Prof. Maynard Klein's office, 38 Lan
Hall.
Applied Mathematics Seminar-Pr
A. Leitner, Mich. State Univ., will spec
on "~Uses of Lebedev Transformsi
Boundary Value Problems," at 4 p.:
in Room 246 W. Engrg.
American Chemical Society Lecture-
"Application of Differential Reactio
Kinetics to Anaylsis of Mixtures" 1
Dr. Sidney Siggia, Olin-Mathieson C
8 p.m., Room 1300 Chemistry Bldg.
ACS Lecture - "Mechanism of th
Benzidine Rearrangement" by Prof.C
K. Ingold, Univ. College, Univ. of Lon
don, 5 p.m., Room 1300 Chemistry Bldg
ORGANIZATION
NOTICES
Christian Science Organization, Te
timony meeting, May 7, 7:30 p.m., Roo
528D, SAB.
* * *
Le Cercle Francais, Le Baratin, le
Mai, 3-5 p.m., 3050 Frieze Bldg.
* *' *
Lutheran Student Center & Chapi
Hill at Forest, Ascension Service, Thur
May 7, 7:15 p.m.

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General Notices
ORRECTION - Attention Faculty
mbers of: College of Lit., Science
the Arts, School of Education,
oo of Music, School of Public
Ith, and School of Business Admin.:
tudents, expecting degrees this May,
advised not to request grades of I
. When such grades are absolutely
erative, the work must be made
in time to allow you to report the
ke-up grade not later than noon,
i., May 18, 1964.
pring Concert: The U-M Symphony
d, under the direction of William
Revelli, and the U-M Varsity Band,
er the direction of George Caven-
will present their annual joint
ing outdoor concert on Sun. eve-
g, May 10, at 7:30 p.m., "On the
gonal," east of Mason Hall. The
lic is cordially invited to attend
concert at no admission charge.
the event of rain, the concert will
ield at Hill Aud.
immer Registration: 30-40 students
nted to assist at summer registration
ie 18 and 19, 1964. Contact Miss
k, 1513 Admin. Bldg.
PLANS FOR COMMENCEMENT
)immencement: Friday, May 22, 1964,
.m.
ime of Assembly: 9:30 a.m. (ex-
t as noted).
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