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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

Cite Need To Obey Conscience

DAILY OFFICIAL BULLETIN
(Continued from Page 4) int. in sales program in food field. Nat'l

By SANDRA SANDELL
"When the government system
impinges upon the conscience, one
should raise the question of civil
disobedience," Rev. Harold Duerk-
sen of the Office of Religious Af-
fairs said Sunday.
Speaking on "Individual and
Personal Integrity vs. Social Re-
sponsibility" at the Guild House,
Rev. Duerksen said there is no-
thing in the Bible which says one
should obey a government rather
than one's conscience. The Con-
stitution is - based on freedom of
conscience, he added.'

Nationalism is being equated
with religion and fundamentalism
is working hand in hand with
super-patriotism, in some cases.
The phrase, "One nation under
God," does not really refer to
God, but to nationalism.
Personal Responsibility
Rev. Duerksen found the in-
terest in the Peace Corps indica-
tive of a desire for personal re-
sponsibility. "The Peace Corps is
just a drop in the bucket," he said.
"We need many more drops. Per-

BICYCLE
-AUCTION
v -v
Approximately 100 Used Bicycles To Be Sold
(impounded before January 1-Unclaimed by March 22)
SATURDAY, MARCH 31
Beginning 10 A.M.-Ending about 1 P.M.
BICYCLE STORAGE GARAGES
(Located on E. Washington St. just off Forest)

sonal responsibility is especially
needed in foreign policy."
If students are apathetic about
their responsibilities, they can
hardly be blamed. There is little
support from society, the univer-
sities, or faculties.
He said that students are fre-
quently insulated from real think-
ing by these institutions. A facade
of unimportance is erected to hide
students from more important in-
terests.
Rev. Duerkenfelt that one
should never willingly take the life
of another person. However, he felt
that one can decide to sacrifice
one's own life if necessary.
Conscientious Objector
"If one becomes a conscientious
objector, one does not throw all
restraint to the wind. For instance,
one can use physical restraint on
a mentally disturbed person if
necessary."
Rev. Duerksen and the audience
discussed the possible alternatives
to active military service which
were available to the conscientious
objector. A conscientious objector
may serve in a non-combatent job
with a military unit.
Another alternative is working'
a service project of value to the
community.
Wolf, Benavie Win
in Chess Contest
Peter Wolf, '64, and Arthur
Benavie of the economics depart-
ment received trophies in the first
annual chess tournament of the
University Chess Club which end-
ed earlier this week.

Placement
ENGINEERING PLACEMENT INTER-
VIEWS-Seniors & grad students please
sign interview schedule at 128-H West
Engrg.:
MARCH 27-
Apex Smelting Co., Chicago Plant -
BS: ChE & Met. June grads. Sales.
Armstrong Machine Works, Three Riv-
ers, Mich.-BS: IE, ME & Sci. Engrg.
June & Aug. grads. Des., R. & D., Prod.
Grede Foundries, Inc., All Mid-western
Plants, Mich., Ind. & Wis.--BS-MS: Met.
BS: ME. Both Men & Women. Summer
Employment: If time permits-check
Mar. 26 (a.m.) for openings on sched-
ule. Sales, Prod., Mgmt. Trng. Prog.
Ohio Oil Co., Research Center, Den-
ver, Colo.-BS: ChE & Analyt., Org. &
Phys. Chem. June & Aug. grads. Both
Men & Women. R. & D.
Otis Elevator Co., Mich. & Ohio-BS:
AE & Astro., ChE, CE, EE, E Math, EM,
E Physics. June & Aug. grads. Sales.
Port of N.Y. Authority, N.Y. Area-
BS: CE, EE, IE & ME. June grads. Both
Men & Women. Des. & Prod.
Sperry Rand Corp., Sperry Gyroscope
Co., All Long Island Plants-All De-
grees: EE, ME & Physics & Math. BS:
E Physics. Both Men & Women. R. &
D. & Field Engrg.
Sperry Utah Co., Salt Lake City, Utah
-All Degrees:' EE. BS: E Math & E
Physics. BS: AS-(structures only). MS:
AE-(airplane design, structures & aero-
dynamics). June & Aug. grads. Both
Men & Women. R. & D., & Prod.
Toledo Edison Co., Toledo, O. area-
BC: EE. IE & ME, June & Aug. grads.
Des., R. & D., Sales & Prod.
MARCH 27-29--
Westinghouse Electric Corp., Central
Res. & Dev. Labs., Pittsburgh, Pa.;
Defense Div., Baltimore, Md.-MS-PhD:
EE. MS-PhD: EM, E Physics. MS:
Mat'ls. June & Aug. grads. Both Men
& Women. Des., R. & D.
Atomic & Nuclear Div., Pittsburgh,
Pa. area-MS-PhD: ME & Nuclear. June
& Aug. grads. Both Men & Women.
Des., R. & D.
MARCH 27-
U.S. Gov't., Navy Civilian Personnel
Div., Washington, D.C. area-BS-MS: AE
& Astro., EE, IE, ME & NA. BS: CE.
MS: Constru. & Id. Admin. June &
Aug. grads. Both Men &' Women. Des.,
& Prog. Managers.
POSITION OPENINGS:
YMCA, Chicago - June grads with
bkgd in Health & Phys. Ed.. Psych.,
Recreation, Admin., Sociol., Social Work,
Educ., or gen'l Liberal Arts & Sciences
for positions in Health & Phys. Ed.,
Bcys & Youth Club Work, Girls &
Youth Programs, Adult Educ., Camp-
ing, Recreation, etc. Applications avail
at Bureau of Appointments.
New Apartment Bldg., Local Area -
Resident Mgr. Couple with no children.
Personable woman to handle rentals.
Husband as "handy-man" for simple
maintenance work. Rent-free apt. &
salary. Start next month.
E. J. Brach & Sons, Chicago-Immed.
openings for Plant Engrg.-grad. Mech.
Engr. with bkgd. in design & maint. of
production & processing equipment;
Salesman-man under 30, college bkgd.
UNIVERSITY OF
MICHIGAN RINGS

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LAST CHANCE TO RECLAIM BICYCLES
MONDAY, MARCH 26--4 'P.M. to 6 P.M.

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OFFICE OF THE VICE-PRESIDENT
FOR STUDENT AFFAIRS
1524 Administration Building (663-1511, Ext. 3146)

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NATIONAL AERONAUTICS AND SPACE ADMINISTRATION
FLIGHT RESEARCH CENTER
EDWARDS, CALIFORNIA
Invites Applications from Students
majoring, or with advanced degrees in:

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* PHYSICS
* AERONAUTICAL ENGINEERING
ELECTRICAL ENGINEERING
4MECHANICAL ENGINEERING
- MATHEMATICS

TO PARTICIPATE IN AERODYNAMICS AND SPACE-ORIENTED
FLIGHT RESEARCH, AND INSTRUMENTATION DEVELOPMENT PROGRAMS
SUCH AS X-15, APOLLO, SUPERSONIC TRANSPORTS and DYNA SOAR
FRC Representative will be ON CAMPUS for interviews_.MARCH 29 & 30
Positions above are in the Career Civil Service
All qualified applicants will receive consideration egardls of race, cjor, e ed, r national origin.

HALLERS
717 N. Univ. Near Hill Aud.

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The reason: tofind the shape of the-
future-future cars, that is. By creat-
Ing man-made monsoons in labora-
tory wind. tunnels, Ford Motor
Company scientists and engineers
are able to test the effects of aero-
dynamic design on the fuel economy;
passing ability and stability of pas-
senger cars.
They use %-scale model cars and
blow gales past them up to 267 mph
-to simulate 100-mph car speeds:
In addition to analyzing shapes with
an eye to reducing air drag, our
scientists and engineers are study:
ing means of improving vehicle con.
trol through proper aerodynamics
design.
Experimental projects like this are
helping pave the way for major
advances in tomorrow's cars . .
advances which could bring even
better fuel economy, better perform.
ance with less engine effort and
safer driving at higher cruising
speeds. This Is just one more
example of how Ford is gaining
leadership through scientific re,
search and engineering.

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