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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

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dran Rehman Dance Program, Ann Ar-
bor High School Auditorium, 8:30 p.m.
Adopted: Cancel late closing hours on
October 7, 1961, and schedule late
closing hours on October 14, 1961.
Adopted: Schedule closing hours for
student sponsored events for 2 a.m.
on October 21, Homecoming weekend.
Accepted: Summer Interim Commit-
tee report. Robert Peterson was ap-
pointed to attend the National Train-
ing Laboratories in Bethel, Maine,
June 18-30; the Near East Club at-
tained temporary recognition status on
a post card ballot; two dance-workshop
picnics were approved through the
Office of Student Affairs for the Uni-
versity of Michigan Folk Dancers.
Appointed: Barbara Postle as Office
Manager for the Council.
Postponed: Consideration of a mo-
tion to subscribe to the Fairbanks
(Alaska) News-Miner in order to keep
up with the work of former Council
member Philip Power.
Adopted: Remand the Cinema Guild
Sponsorship Policy report back to the
Cinema Guild Board with expression
of the Council's wish that the Board
return to the Council with a new
statement of policy excluding such
phrases as "In doing this we operate
under the principle of the greatest
benefit for, the greatest number," and
"off-campus projects."
Adopted: In lieu of a satisfactory
Cinema Guild Sponsorship Policy, the
Council directs its President to review
the sponsor selections of the Cinema
Guild Board for the fall semester 1961-
62, and ascertain that such selections
are in accord with the general prin-
ciples and practices of the Council,
and to approve the sponsorship selec-
tions if they are in such accord.
Postponed: Consideration of alterna-

tive motions on Residence Halls Con-
fidential Reports, or "pink slips."
Adopted: (Unanimously) Student
Government Council desires to appoint
four students as full voting members
of the Study Committee on the Office
of Student Affairs, and notes having
received recommendations concerning
appointment of students to that com-
mittee from Vice-President James A.
Lewis. All of these members shall be
inembers of Student Government Coun-
cil with two coming from the Commit-
tee on the University and two from
the Council at large. There shall be
at least one member of each sex in
the number. The Council will instriict
them to report back to the Council in
public sessions at regular intervals on
the progress of the study.
Student Government Council does
not by this action imply endorsement
of the present arrangement in which
the study committee functions outside
the normal advisory channels of the
University. The Council, in fact, ques-
tions the advisability of this arrange-
ment. By appointing members to serve
on the committee, the Council does
not commit itself to support the com-
mittee's final recommendations. The
Council recognizes and shall fulfill its
own responsibility to debate fully all
relevant issues, to initiate proposals,
and to review, evaluate and comment
upon the recommendations submitted
by the study committee.
Recognizing that the educational re-
sponsibility of the University rests ul-
timately with the faculty, the Coun-
cil recommends strongly that the find-
ings of the study committee be review-
ed by the University Senate sub-com-
mittee on Student Relations.
In view of the fact that the study
committee has been presented with
the report from the Student Relations
Sub-committee, and has been apprised
of the facts regarding the initiation

of the study, the Council recommends
that one member of the original stu-
dent group serve as an ex-officio mem-
ber without vote on the study commit-
tee. That original student group in-
cluded the 1961 Daily senior staff and
three members of the 1961 SGC Human
Relations Board.
The Council mandates its Committee
on the University to compile informa-
tion relating to the Office of Student
Affairs and to transmit it to the Coun-
cil, in order that members may be bet-
ter informed. To this same end the
Council requests that Vice-President
Lewis make available to Council mem-
bers the full support of the Student
Relations Sub-Committee and the Of-
fice of Student Affairs. The Council
further requests that the nii mutes of
the study committee be transmitted in
confidence to the SGC Committee on
the University.
Events
Doctoral Examination for Leeman
Charles Joslin, Jr., Education; thesis:
"Knowledge and Counseling Compe-
tence: An Investigation of Two Out-
comes of a Counselor Education Pro-
gram," Fri., Sept. 22, 4019 UHS, at 3:00
p.m. Chairman, E. 'C. Roeber.
Doctoral Examination for William Ned
Harris, Education; thesis: "An Analysis
of Problem-Solving Behavior in Sixth-
Grade Children, and of the Usefulness

of Drawings by the Pupil in Learning
Science Concepts," Fri., Sept. 22, 1293
UHS, at 10:00 a.m. Chairman, R. S.
Fox.
Placement
The following schools have listed
teaching vacancies for the school year
1961-62.
Westfield, N.J.-Elem.; Jr. HS Sci./
Soc. Stud. Other vacancies for Feb. 1962
are: Elem.; Jr. HS Engl.; IS Latin,
Spanish.
Forsadditional information contact
the Bureau of Appointments, 3200 SAB,
NO 3-1511, Ext. 3547.
Teacher examiations for placement
on Pittsburgh, Pa. public school eligi-
bility lists will be given on Sat., Oct.
14, 1961. Seniors who will graduate in
January or February, 1962 are invited
to take these exams.
For additional information contact
the Bureau of Appointments, 3200 SAB,
NO 3-1511, Ext. 3547.
POSITION OPENINGS:
New York Civil Service-Seniors or
recent grads with a BA in Accounting
or 2 yrs. of full-time paid accounting
or auditing exper. for one year- train-
ing program; then advancement to
Grade 14 level. Written test of theory
& practice of commercial & govern-
mental accounting & auditing. Apply
by Oct. 16, 1961.

U.S. Civil Service, 7th Region, Chica-
go, 111.-Openings are as follows: Oc-
cupational Therapist, Dietician, Clini-
cal Social Worker, Statisticians, Ass't.
Engrg. Officer, Proceurement Officer,
Personnel Mgmt. Specialist, Placement
& Employe Mgmt., and Stenographers.
Location: Ill., Mich., and Wis.
Goodyear Aircraft Corp., Akron, O.-
Positions in Design, Development, and
Research. Openings for those with BS
as AE, EE, or ME. Those with MS as
AE, CE, EE, ME, Math, Physics, or
Operations Research. Also PhD's in EE,
Math, or Physics.
WJIM-TV, Lansing, Mich. - Two
openings for recent grads. Film Editor-
Studio Cameraman to do film-room
work plus operating TV camera for
live shows. Studio Set-Up Supervisor
to supervise lighting & running of
camera. Both require BA in Speech-Ra-
dio-TV and/or pertinent experience.
Detroit Public Schools--Electrical En-
gineer who must be registered as a
professional engrg. Must have consid-
erable exper. in building construction
assoc, with electrical installations in

schools, office buildings, etc. Familiar
with National Elec. Code requirements.
Rohm & Haas Company, Philadelphia,
Pa.-Openings for those with degrees
in Chemistry, Chemical Engrg., Mech.
Engrg., Architecture or Design, and
Industrial Engrg. or Industrial Mgmt.
Various types of positions. Locations
throughout United States.
Part-Time
Employment
the following part-time jobs are
available. Applications for these jobs'
can be made in the Part-time Place-
ment Office, 2200 SAB, Monday thru
Friday 8 a.m. til 12 noon and 1:30 til
5 p.m.
Employers desirous of hiring stu-
dents for part-time or full-time tem-
porary work, should contact Jack Lar-
die, NO 3-1511, ext. 3553.
Students desiring miscellaneous odd
jobs should consult the bulletin board
in Room 2200, daily.

sMALE
1-Real to blind student, several
hours per week, to be arranged.
4-Salesmen, sell china & silverware,
good commission.
1-Engineering student, must be a
junior, background in radioisotope.
3-Salesmen, selling Vitamin Food
Supplements, 8-10 hrs. on Satur-
day.
2--Busboys, 11:15-1:30 p.m.
Several salesmen to sell magazine
subscriptions for "Campus Illus-
trated."
3-Psych. experiments.
FEMALE
3-Waitresses, lunches, 12:00-2:00, thru
school year.
2-Room & board in exchange for
babysitting & ,light housework.
4-Full-time waitresses, hours: 7 a.m.-
4 p.m. or 4 p.m.-1 a.m.
2-Babysitting, hours flexible, for the
school year.
2-Read to blind student, several
hours per week, to be arranged.
3-Psych, experiments.

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