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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 29,1

THE MICHIGAN DAILY FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 29,'

event only if two shows are given
on that date.
"This is a 2Y2 hour show, and
we can't have two performances
on Friday," Baad explained.
Less Conflict
"There will not be as much con-
flict as SGC thought," he added,
because most of the tickets sold
for the Saturday night perform-
ance are reserved for members of
the cast and crew, faculty, admin-
istration and past members of the
society.
Baad said he intends to con-
sult with a member of the Coun-
cil about having the schedule
amended.
The society is preparing an al-
ternative proposal which it will
present to the Council at its next
meeting.
Asks New Vote
SGC member Kenneth McEI-
downey, Grad, who opposed the
deletion of the Saturday night
performance said that he will do
what he can to have the Council
members reconsider their decision.

Den Claim
Admiss ions
Prejudiced
Speaking at the anniversary of
Roosevelt University in Chicago,
Labor Secretary Arthur Goldberg
claimed that racial discrimina-
tion still exists in the admissions
of some Northern medical schools.
At the University, however,
"each person is considered on his
own merits," William N. Hubbard,
Jr., dean of the Medical School,
said. Prof. Robert E. Doerr of
the dental school also "unequiv-
ocally" denied the existence of
discriminatory policies.
The applications for the dental
school have nothing to indicate
the applicant's race, religion or
creed.
The only study of Northern col-
lege discrimination known to Hub-
bard was conducted by the New
York State Regents. This survey
found "no evidence" in the three
year period to support alleged vio-
lations of the Fair Employment
Practices
Davenport Accepts
Committee Post
Prof. Horace W. Davenport of
the medical school has been ap-
pointed to the Physiology Training
Committee of the Division of Gen-
eral Medical Sciences of the Na-
tional Institute of Health.
This committee provides tech-
nical advice to the National Ad-
visory Health Council. It also re-
views applications for training
grants in the field of physiology.

The Daily Official Bulletin is an
official publication of The Univer- I
sity of Michigan for which The
Michigan Daily assumes no editorial I
responsibility. Notices should be t
sent in TYPEWRITTEN form to
Room 3519 Administration Building
before 2 p.m., two days preceding
publication.
FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 29
General Notices
Faculty Meeting-College of Litera-
ture, Science and the Arts will be held
on Mon., Oct. 2, at 4:10 p.m., in Aud.
A.
School of Business Administration:
Faculty meeting on Fri., Sept. 29, 146
Bus. Ad., 4 p.m.
Applications for Faculty Research
Fund Grants and Summer Faculty Fel-
lowships: Due not later than Fri., Oct.
6, in 118 Rackham Bldg.
Rhodes Scholarships: Application
forms may now be obtained at 1223t
Angell Hall (Office of Junior, Senior
Counsellors). They should be complet-
ed and returned there by Oct. 16. In-
formation about Oxford and the Rhodes
Scholarships is available from books
on reserve at the Undergraduate Li-
brary. Members of the Committee who
may also be consulted are: Profs.
Lionel Laing (Chairman), Richard Boys,
Donald Eschman, Karl Lamb, William
Willcox. -
University Players Playbill 1961/62
season subscriptions now available by
mail order. Productions include: Franz
Kafka's "The Trial," Wed.-Sat., Oct. 25-
28; G. B. Shaw's "Arms and the Man,"
Wed.-Sat., Nov. 8-11; William Shake-
speare's "Henry IV, Part One," Wed.-
Tues., Dec. 6-12 (except Sun.); Barton
Wimble's "Faces of Malte (premiere pre-
duction), Wed.-Sat., Jan. 10-13; Gra-
ham . Greene's "The Living Room,"
Wed.-Sat., Mar. 21-24; An Opera, to be
announced, Thurs.-Mon., Apr. 26-May
1 (except Sun.); and Shakespeare's
"Henry IV, Part Two," Mon.-Sat., May
7-12. All performances 8:00 p.m.
Season tickets $7.00 or 5.00, plus 25c
for each Fri. or Sat. performance ticket
for each play except "Faces of Malte."

Address mail orders to Universityf
Players, Lydia Mendelssohn Theatre.]
Checks payable to University Players.
Enclose self-addressed, stamped envel-J
ope.1
Tickets for individual productions
also available, but season orders filled
first. "Faces of Malte," any perform-
ance, $1.00. Opera, Thurs.or Mon.,
$1.75 or 1.25, Fri. or Sat., $2.00 or 1.50.
All others, $1.50 or 1.00 for week-night
performances, $1.75 or 1.25 for Fri. or
Sat. performances.
For assistance in sending mail or-
ders, call 663-31511, ext. 3383. Box of-
fice re-opens Oct. 23 at Lydia Mendels-
sohn Theatre.
The following student sponsored so-
cial events are approved for the com-
ing weekend. Social chairmen are re-
minded that requests for approval for
social events are due in the Office of
the Student Affairs not later than 12
noon on Tuesday prior to the event:
SEPT. 29-
Palmer House. Mixer; Martha Cook,
Square Dance; Theta Chi, Record Hop.
SEPT. 30-
Alpha Delta Phi, Record Hop; Alice
Lloyd Hall, Football Tea; Adams-Chi-
cago House, Dance; Alpha Omega, Par-
ty; Alpha Sigma Phi, Dance Party;
AlphaTau Omega, Party; Beta Theta
Pi, Dance; Chi Phi Fraternitl, Party,
Chi Psi, Dance; Collegiate Sorosis, Open
House; Delta Chi, Band Dance; Delta
Sigma Delta, Dance; Delta Theta Phi,
Open House; Delta Hheta Phi, Hi-Fi
Party; Delta Upsilon, Band Party;
Fletcher House, Party; Greene House,
Open House; Greene House, Dance;
Hayden House, Victory Dance; Kappa
Sigma, Record Party; Lloyd House,
Dance;
Nu~ Sigma Mu, Dance; Phi Alpha Kap-
pa, Post-Football Party; Phi Delta Phi,
Open House; Phi Epsilon Pi, Party;
Phi Gamma Delta, Dance; Phi Kappa
Psi, Open House; Phi Kappa Psi, Dance;
Phi Rho Sigma. Post-Game and Evening
Party; Phi Sigma Delta, Casual-House;
Phi Sigma Kappa, Artists & Models
Party; Phi Sigma Sigma, Football Open
House; Psi Upsilon, House Party; Pi
Lambda Phi, Closed Social Function;
Sigma Alpha Mu, Record Hop; Sigma
Delta Tau, Football Open House; Sigma
Nu, Band Party; Sigma Phi Epsilon,
House Party;- Stockwell Hall, After-

The University granted more
than $1.4 million in student loans
last year, Dean of Men Walter B.
Rea, chairman of the student loan
committee, reported. This figure
includes the money granted from
the National Defense Education

Game Open House; Tau Delta Phi.
Party; Theta Chi. Record Dance; Theta
Delta Chi, Dance; Theta Xi, Beatnik
Party; Zeta Beta Tau, Berumda Par-
ty; Zeta Psi, Record Dance.
Summary of Action Taken by Student
Government Council at its Meeting of
September 27, 1961
Approved: Minutes of previous meet-
Approved: (Interim action of the
Executive Committee) Resignation of
Roger Seasonwein, his seat to be filled
by petition and interview.
Accepted: Proposal by the Office of
Student Affairs Study Committee to
appoint four Student Government
Council members to full membership
on the Study Committee, and not to
appoint a fifth student not a member
of Student Government Council.
Adopted: Student Government Coun-
cil will send a copy of the newly re-
vised booklet "University Regulations
Concerning Student Organizations,"
with a letter from the Student Gov-
ernment Council's president calling at-
tention to particularly pertinent regu-
lations, to the president of each rec-
ognized student organization.
Calendared: The Gilbert and Sulli-
van Society production of "H.M.S. Pin-
afore," December 6. 7, 8 and 9, 1961,
in Lydia Mednelssohn Theatre, for
four evening performances, on the 6,
7, and two on the 8, and an afternoon
matinee on the 9. Closing hours for
the performance will be 12:30 a.m.,
and recommendation will be made to
Women's Judiciary Council that wom-
en's permission for those attening be
extended to 1:00 a.m. on December 8.
Adopted: Student Government Coun-
cil permanently delegated the student
project Air Charter Flight to Europe
to the Michigan Union.
Appointed: To the Committee on Re-
ferral, for a one year term to expire
in May 1962: Mary Wheeler, John Feld-
kamp.
To the Chairmanship of the World
University Service Fund Drive, term to
expire in September, 1962: Rais Kahn.
To the Student Driving Code Revi-
sion Committee, terms to end in Sep-
tember, 1962: John Martin, Per Hanson.
To the Driving Regulations Adminis-
trative Board, for a one year term:
William Gleason.
To the post of Student Government
Council Elections Director, for a one
semester term which shall expire with
submission of a report on elections:
Barbara Perlman.
To the Committee on Student Con-
cerns: Brian Glick, John Roberts, Ar-
thur Rosenbaum, James Yost.
To the Committee on the University:
William Gleason, Kenneth McEldowney,
Bea Nemlaha, Sally Jo Sawyer, Susan
Stillerman.
To the Committee on Student Activi-
ties: Paul Carder, Robert Peterson,
Thomas Moch.
Activities Calendared and Approved:
Sept. 24-Gilbert and Sullivan, Mass
Meeting, Union, Room 3C, ,i00 p.m.
Sept. 28 - Challenge, Discussion,
Guild. House, 7:30 p.m.
Sept. 28-Voice-Political Issues Club,
Speaker, Alan Guskin, Multipurpose
Room, UGLI, 7:30 p.m.
Sept. 29, 30-Young Republicans, Con-
Con Conference, Michigan League, 7:30-
11 p.m. Sept.,29 and 11 a.m. to 4 p.m.
Sept. 30.
Sign up now for
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Oct. 1-Challenge, Speaker, Malcolm Charleston, Ill. (Playground & Rec-
Hoag, Multipurpose Room, UGLI, 2:30 j reation Board)-Director of Recrea-
p.m. tion-beginning November 1, 1961.
Oct. 14 - Interquadrangle Council, Des Plaines, Ill.-Elem.; 8th Grade
Michigan-Michigan State Mixer, East Engl.
Quad, 8-12:30 p.m. North Tonawanda, N.Y.-Elem.; Jr.
IHS Soc. Stud.
Nov. 16, 17, 18-Michigan League, Soph Eau Claire, Wis.-Elem.; H Biol,
Show "Guys and Dolls," Lydia Mendels- Bu aie Ed.Eem; SBi
sohn Theatre, 8:00 to 12:00 p.m. For additional information contact
Sept. 22, 24, 29; Oct. 6, 8, 13, 20, 22; the Bureau of Appointments, 3200 SAB,
Nov. 3, 5, 10, 17. 19; Dec. 1, 8, 10: Jan. NO 3-1511, Ext. 3547.
5. 12, 14-Michigan Christian Fellow- -____,E__7
ship. Regular open meetings, Student POSITION OPENINGS:
Activities Building, 7 p.m. 'or 4 p.m. Library of Congress-Openings as fol-
Thursdays-University of Michigan lows: Assistant Chief for Air Informa-
Folk Dancers, Meetings with folk danc- tion Div., Decimal Classafier, East Eu-
ing, Hillel, 7:30 eOfficepm ropean Exchange Specialist, Processing
Appointed: To theOfieo Student & Reference Asst. Searcher for Gen.
Affairs Study Committee: Bea Nemla- Ref. & Biblio. Diva, Asst. Chief for Sci.
ha, Sally Jo Sawyer, Paul Carder, Brian & Tech. Div., and Heal of Training
Glick Section in Personnel Office.
Adopted: The accounts of the Stu- Haviland, Agri. Chemical Co., Grand
dent Government Council Wolverine Rapids-Agricultural Chemical Sales-
Club shall be kept in the office of
the Treasurer of Student Government man, preferably majoring in the agri.,
Council. field. Previous exper. in sales prefer-
' able, but, not necessary
Expenses of the Wolverine Club shall Cities Service Oil Co., New York, N.Y.
be authorized in the following manner: -Field Operating Engineer with BC
$0-25, Student Government Council inCE, OMertingEgier-3.wot on
Treasurer or President; $25-75, Student South E, ME, r I. Age 24- Location
Government Council Finance Commit- Sof Bd, Ind. Work would cover
tee; $75 and up, Student Government ionall of Ind.t& some of Mich. tionof
Council. si of Maintenance & construction of
The Wolverine Club shall submit a service stations & other Cities Service
budget for the current year to Student DEliLilly & Co., Indianapolis, Ind.-
Government Council at the next meet- Two openings: (1) Industrial Engnr.
ing of Student Government Council. with BS in IE or ME; or MBA with
No expenses shall be incurred with- scientific or Engrg. undergraduate de-
out a written purchase order signed by gree. (2) Industrial Engnr. for Incen-
the Treasurer or President of Student tives Dept. BS in Engr.r Indus-
Government Council, and the Student ts ete iEngrg., Indust
Govenmet Cuncl wil asum noMgmt., or related field.
Government Council will assume no Please contact General Division, Bu-
responsibility for expenses incurred in reau of Appts., 3200 CAB, Ext. 3544 for
any other manner (such responsibil- further information.
ity will be assumed by the individual _thrnma _n
who contracts the unauthorized order).
No invoice shall be paid, or purchases
contracted, for a period of one week
following the passage of this motion,
except by permission of the -Student E m l y e t
Government Council Executive Com-
mittee, "he following part-time jobs are
ThetAdministrative Viceres available. Applications for these jobs
with the aid of the Treasurer and thecan be made in the Part-time Place-
Student Activities Committee, shall ment Office, 2200 SAB, Monday thru
conduct a study of the finances of the ,rdy mMil1 oanda130ty
Wolverine Club. The regulations herein Friday 8 a.m. til 12 noon and 1:30 til
are viewed by the Council as temporary _ _p.m.
measures subject to reversal after the Employers desirous of hiring stu-
submission of the report from the Coi dents for part-time or full-time tem-
mittee on Student Activities and the porary work, should contact Jack Lar-
Administrative Vice-President. die. NO 3-1511, ext. 3553.
Appointed: Louise Cataldo as Office Students desiring miscellaneous odd
Manager. jobs should consult the bulletin board
Adopted: Election Rules for Student in Room 2200, daily.
Government Council elections on No- MALE
vember 7 and 8. 2-Busboys, 12:00-2:00, five days per
Postponed: (Treasurer) Final Finan- week.
cial Report for 'the Fiscal Year July 1, 2-Busboys, 5 p.m.-9:30 p.m. Monday
1960-June 30, 1961, until the meeting of thru Saturday, afternoons on Sun-
October 4. day.
Appointed: While in executive ses- 1-Pianist, Thurs., Friday and Catur-
sion, Student Government Council day evenings.
named the following to fill in two 4-Salesmen, sell china & silverware,
vacancies on Student Government good commission.
Council (these terms expire with the 3-Salesmen, sell college sportswear for
November election): David Croysdale, men.
John Vos. 10-15-Physics or Elec. Engrg, major,
seniors or graduate students. Must
have 3.00 grade point level or high-
Events Saturday er, U.S. citizen, must
hours uen'week with someeu

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There are so
many new things'
arriving now. You will
surely want to browse
in our shop soon.
JHN LEIDY
Phone NO 8-6779 0 601 East Liberty4

Committee on Student Concerns
Committee on the University
Committee on Student Activities

Carillon Recital: Sat., Sept. 30 at 12
Noon, Percival Price, University' Caril-
lonneur, will present a recital from
Burton Memorial Tower.
Placement
The following schools have listed
listed teaching vacancies for the 1961-
1962 school year.
Birmingham, Mich.-HS Sci./Math, or
Sci.
Bloomfield Hills, Mich.-Jr: HS Engl./
Soc. Stud.
Kaleva, Mich.-Shop/Commercial, or
Shop/PE (Man); Soc. Sci. (open begin-
ning of second semester).
Milford, Mich. (Huron Valley Schs.)
-Early Elem.

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ing flexibility.
2-Psych. experiments.
1-Engineering Student, must be a
junior, background in radioisotope.
-Several salesmen to sell magazines.
FEMALE
1-Cashier, 9 a.m.-5 p.m., Monday &
Saturdays.
4-Full-time waitresses, hours flexible.
1-Pianist, Thurs., Friday & Saturday
evenings.
2-Waitresses, 12-2:00 p.m., Monday
thru Friday.
3-Babysitting & light housework,
hours flexible for school year.
1-Light houskeeping, 1 morning or
afternoon per week.
3-Psych, experiments.
-Several saleswomen to sell maga-
zines.

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