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'U' Aids I
In Negle
(Continued from Page 1)_
However, the committee on re-
arch is still concerned about the
atter, Prof. Likert said, and is
ntinuing to watch this problem
While guarding against undue
deral control, University re-
arch officials are not overly
incerned about it. "The Univer-
ty will not let the federal gov-
nment interfere with the re-
arch program. It does not in-
nd to accept money with re-
rictions that interfere with the
'ogram," Sawyer declared.
Red Tape;
However, Sawyer conceeded
iat the red tape connected with
'owing federal research spend-
g is getting worse because Con-
ess is concerned that its money
spent the way it was meant to
Prof. James T. Wilson of the
ology department, acting direc-
r of the Institute of Science and
echnology noted that federal
ntrol 'follows a cyclical pattern..
here is, be said, a great deal of
ntrol at first, followed by a
'astic letup once the federal pro-
am is well established. However,
more and more money is being
ent, control ,ncreases with con-
rn that the funds are not mis-
ed, but does not return to the
iginal high-intensity.
Restrictive control is also min-
aized by the number of fellow
1entists who serveron federal
encies or on advisory boards.
'of. Wilson 'said that scientists,
.uffle from Washington to the
iversities with only intentions
brief government service. This
ovement of personnel creates an
tnosphere sympathetic to the
eals and goals of the univer-



ted Areas
The University, however, raised
it somewhat last year when it
added extra researcher represent-
atives to the IST executive com-
Tomorrow: University research
and the state.
/ Across
Voice political party will pre-
sent the third forum in its series
on.American Society at 8:00 p.m.
tonight in the third floor con-
ference room of the Union.
The forum will cover such topics
as U.S. relations with under-
developed nations, criteria for
foreign aid, and relations with
authoritarian states. Participating
are Professors Henry Bretton and
Martin Needler of the Policital
Science Department and Prof.
Richard Meier of the Natural Re-
sources School and the Mental
Health Institute.
* * *
Understanding ...
An international seminar for
American and international stu-
dents, sponsored by the American
Friends Service Committee, will
take place March 1-3 at the home
of David Mills.
The seminar, which will be led
by Prof. Martin Gold of the psy-
chology department, will discuss
"Experiment in Understanding
Can a Student be a Bridge Be-
tween Nations?" Students wishing
further information should con-
tact Ralph Kerman.
Space Law..,,
Prof. Samuel D. Estep of the
Law School will discuss "Legal As-
pects of Space Exploration" at
8 p.m. tonight in 311 West En-
gineering. The meeting/ is spon-
sored by, the University chapter of
the American Institute of Aero-
nautics and Astronautics.
. *
Chairman of the Committee on
Membership, William Gomez, '63,
submitted his resignation to Stu-
dent Government Council, last
Wednesday. Chairman of the
Committee on the University,
Ralph Kaplan, '63, and Chairman
of the Committee on Student Con-
cerns, Claire Walter, '64, have
also handed in their'resignations.
* * * .
Poetry ...
John Woods, Prof. of English at
Western Michigan University, will
give a poetry reading at 4:10 p.m.
today in Aud. A.
l * *
New Frontier.. ..
Richard E. Mooney of the New
York Times' Washington Bureau
will deliver a public lecture on
"Taxing and Spending on the
New Frontier" at 3 p.m. today in
the Rackham Amph. He is spon-
sored by the journalism depart-
* * *
Initiation ..
Dr. Myron E. Wegman, dean of
the public health school, will ad-
dress the 300 initiates of the Phi
Kappa Phi honor society at 8 p.m.
today in Rackham Amph.

Federal Control'
Prof. Likert noted that poten-
lal federal control is minimized
y the proliferation of agencies
upporting research. With so
nany involved, it is difficult to
naintain centralized control, he
Further, Congress is becoming
ncreasingly aware of the prob-
ems of research. "Its members are
ot stupid," Prof. Wilson said,
and they are becoming increas-
agly educated about research."
However, there are several vex-
ag problems facing the Univer-
ity. Last year, the University, in
ought with partial success a
onjunction with other large
esearch - centered institutions,
ought with partial success a Con-
ressional move to limit indirect
Indirect Costs
While Congress put a ceiling on
efense department grant indirect
osts, it raised those for the Na-
ional Institutes of Health and
.e National Science Foundation.
This year, Science magazine re-
orts, Congress is about to crack
town on NIH for its loose admin-
strative procedures and free
pending. However, Sawyer is not
oncerned, declaring that the Uni-
ersity is spending NIH money
n the way it was meant to be
Another problem the committee
n research is concerned about is
he status of researchers who do
ot teach at the University. Their
tatus in an educational institu-
ion is somewhat ambiguous and
ends to be second class.

Jerry Golinski, Director and Producer, science, plus 3 yrs. ex
Theater Wybrzeze, Gdansk, Poland, Po- accepted until March 8.
DAILY OFFICIAL land, Feb. 20-21. For further informatl
Rysard Kowalski, Technical Direc- Bureau of Appointment
BULLETIN tor, Administrator, "Dramatic Theatre," 3544.
Warsaw, Poland, Feb. 20-21.
VIEWS-Seniors & grad
The Daily Official Bulletin is an E vents sign interview schedule
official. publication of The Univer- Botanical Seminar: Dr. Stanley A. Engrg. for the following
sity of Michigan for which the Bai D r.tand A. FEB. 21-
CainDepts of Conservation and Bot-
Michigan Daily assumes no editorial any, U of M, will speak on "Some American Electric Po
responsibility. Notices should be Features of the Structure of Rain -Summer Employment
sent in TYPEWRITTEN form to Forest," Rio Leon Columbia. On Feb. ME please sign Summer
Room 3564 Administration Building 20, at 4:15 p.m. In 1139 Nat. Science Schedule. Meeting to b
before 2 p.m. two days p-eceding Bdg. Tea will be served at 4:00 p.m.
publication. Battelle Institute, Col
The Honor Society of Phi Kappa Phi All Degrees: AE & Astr
TUESDAY, FEBRUARY 19 Initiation and Reception: Tues., Feb. 19, Mat'ls., ME, Met. &S
8:00p.m. Rackham Bldg. amphitheatre. Physics & Sci. Engrg.
Dean Myron E. Wegman will speak on, grads. Men & Women.
Day Calendar "The Many Roles of Scholarship." In- required.
formal reception. Caterpillar Tractor C
3:00 p.m.--Dept. of Journalism Le- BS-MS: ChE, CE, EE,I
ture-Richard E. Mooney, Washington Mathematics Colloquium: Meets Tues Feb., June & Aug. grads
ure RaurdTE.NewoorkyWaTimegtax- Feb. 19 at 4:00 p.m. in Rm. 3201 Angel U.S. citizen.
Bureau of The New York Times, "Tax- Hall. Prof. Murray Gerstenhaber, Uni- FEB. 20-22-
ac phi the New Frontier": versity of Pennsylvania, is the speaker. Douglas Aircraft Co,
4:10 pRm.-Dept. arEnglish Poetry His title will be "On the Deformations (N.C.)(on gB;aMisl &
RedpgJh Ws Dept . of Englis.,oer of Rings and Algebras."(NC)Dv;Misl&
Reading-John Woods, Dept. of Engl., Refreshments will be served in Rm. (Santa Monica, Calif.)-
Western Mich. Univ.: And. A, Angel3212 Angell Hall at 3:30 p.m. & Astro., CE, EE, EM &
Hall. plied Mech's. MS-PhD:
8:30 p.m-Degree Recital: Franchot Sci., Instrumentation,.
Young, pianist, will present a recital Placee n t BS: E Math, E Physic
in Lane Hall Aud., in partial fulfill- June & Aug. grads. M
ment of the requirements for the de- Engineers: "Interviewing Workshop" Can consider non-citiz
gree Bachelor of Music. Compositions will be conducted by Prof. John G. employment if intendin
he will perform are by Mozart, Schu- Young, Director, Engineering Placement zenship & if can readil
mann, and Moussorgsky. His recital is Service, Wed., Feb. 20, and Thurs., Feb. clearance.
open to the public. 21, at 4:00 p.m., in Rm. 311, West General Dynamics Cor
4:00 p.m.-Dept. of Electrical Engrg. Engineering. All interested students are San Diego; Convair, S
Colloquium: Dr. A. B. Macnee, Prof. of invited and engineers who expect to tronics, N.Y.; Fort Wo
Electrical Engrg., 'Some Contemporary graduate this year are especially urged mona, Calif.; Stromber
Research 'in Time Varying and Active to attend one of these meetings. -All Degrees: AE &A
Electrical Networks," Rm. 2084 E. Engrg. Mat'ls., ME. Prof.: Appl
S General N otic Beginning Feb. 25, the following rep- & Nuclear. BS: E Math,
Gs resentatives will be at the Bureau to Engrg. June & Aug. gra
Student Government Council Approval interview candidates for the school en. U.S. citizenship req
of the following student-sponsored ac- year 196364FEB. 1 -s
tivities becomes effective 24 hours after MON., FEB. 25-. General Motors Corpoa
tepublicatonofthnotc ub Bellflower, Calif. "- Elem.; Sp. Ed. in 19 states. All G.M. D
icity for these events must be with- (Ment. Retd., Hard of Hear.), Sp. seling interviews on Feb
held until the approval has become Therapist, Elem. Music (Strings); Jr. terviews on Feb. 21-22.
eld ntilh p vHS Engl., Sci., Math, Art; HS Engl., counseling interview re
effective.Students'Assocand ichDrama., Sci., Math, Girl's PE, Soc. St., interest.-AlI Degrees: C
IageClstude tsAso Dandc h- Bus. Ed., Home Ec., For. Lang. ME, Met. & Mat'ls. MS*
Lenaue, assical Katha Daem.Trmeb Santa Fe Springs, Calif. (Little Lake tro., Commun. Sci., InF
A d. Sch. Dist.)-K-6; Jr. HS. Prof.: Applied Mech's.7
Au. Seattle, Wash.-Elem. K-6, Spec. Ed.; Physics & Sci. Engrg.
Muslim Students Assoc., Celebration, Sec._Mth,_LaArtsHomeE.,__nd
Feb. 25, 6:30 p.m., Mich. Union. FSc., .Lanr . ar, HGoPE eah ,
Sp. Ed., Music., HS Bus. Ed.
Predoctoral Fellowships for the Su- TUES., FEB. 26-
by the Horace H. Rackham School of El Cajon, Calif. (Cajon Valley Sch. fT E
mer Session, 1963, have been announced TES.Cj, CB . (ao26-lySc.TH
Graduate Studies to make it possible Dt~~ - J S at, a well esta
for the recipients to continue their Voc. Music, Home E. Art, Ind. Arts,
Phys. Handcap., Ment. Retd., Gifted,
thesis research without interruption. Dir. of Sci. & Math, Dir.,of PE & Health.
The applicant shall be registered in the Grand Rapids, Mich. - Director of
Horace H. Rackham School of Grad Women's PE.
Studies in the second semester of the, .(
current year, and shall have been ad- Dist.)-Elem.; Jr. HS Sci./Math, Engl.;
mitted to candidacy by his doctoral 15Eng., Sc. ,/Math, omFEnhl.
committee by March 1. Applications are Ed . ,M t ancatp) Eem. Pre Libr.,
available at the Fellowship Office, Rm. Voc. Music, Visit. Teach. a
110,ackamt Bldg. sDeadline for re- Portage, Mich.-Elem., Span., Libr.,
ceipt of all materials is March 1. PE Art, Voc. Mus., Sp. Ed. (Ment.
The'Alfred P. Sloan Foundation has Hand Visit. Teach.;: Jr. HS Eng/SS S cerel
Math,; HS Physics, Engi., Chem./Math,
announced a program of fellowships for nd. Arts, Home Ec., Math, Bus. Study,
the academic year 1963-64 for improve- Libr.
ment of the teaching of high school
science. These fellowships will be award- SUMMER PLACEMENT:
ed to applicants without teaching ex- 212 SAB-
perience who, as undregraduates, com- North Star Camp for Boys, Wis.-Lou
plete a major in science or mathemat- Rosenblum will interview on Tues., Feb.
ics, or in the Teaching of Science, and 19 at the Summer Placement Service.
who apply for and are accepted for a Positions open are for cabin counselors
Master's degree at the Univ. of Mich. and instructors in archery, photography,
Recipients must agree to enter and re- riding, sailing, nature, tennis and wa- "VIEWV
main in the teaching profession for a terskiing. Also a canoe trip leader is
convincing length of time. Applications wanted. RO
are available in the Fellowship Office, Information on Employment for U. P.
Ism. 110, Rackham Bldg. Closing date T. Concessions in Disneyland has arriv-
for receipt of all application materials ed at the Summer Placement Service.(Barth,
Is March 1. Camp Lawrence Cory, NY-Mr. Hes-
ter will interview on Thurs. and Fri., Dr
Students and Faculty Members may Feb. 21 and 22. He will interview at the
be counseled on matters pertaining to same time for Camp Gorham in the
U.S. Army commissions in the profes- Adirondacks. Both camps are sponsored Wednesd
sions or other areas. Go to Rm. 212, by the YMCA.
Temporary Classroom Bldg. between 8 Lea Burnett, Inc.-Interviewing for Cnic
a.m. and 5 p.m. Mon. thru Thurs. or summer and full time employment, both
call Ext. 3306 for an appointment. in Rm. 3200 SAB, Tues., Feb. 19.
History Make-up Examinations will be POSITION OPENINGS:
held Sat., Feb. 23, 9-12 amn. in Rm. 429 Pet Milk Company, St. Louis 66, Mo.
Mason Hall. Please consult your in- -Section Chief, Food Chemistry. PhD s OnSored
structor and then sign the list in the in Organic. Inorganic, or Physical Chem-
History Office, 3601 Haven Hall. istry. Experience, perhaps in university
research or teaching, preferably in in-
Eugene G. Fassett Scholarship: Appli- dustry with thorough grounding in
cations for this scholarship are now analytical chemistry and instrumenta-
available at 2011 Student Activities tion. Greenville, 11. Research Center.
Bldg. Undergrad students who have Ford Motor Company-Industrial Hy-
completed at least 15 hours at the Univ. gienist B' to assist Industrial Hygienist
with grades of "B" or setter and who A in regular labdratory analysis work,
need financial assistance may apply, running routine samples. BA in Chem-
Applications must be completed by istry. Woman with experience in lab
March 1. work preferred but not required.
Matson Navigation Company, San
Botany 101 Final Make-up: Thurs., Francisco 5, Calif. - Project Leaders
Feb. 21, 7:30 p.m., 2004 Natural Science. (Econ., Math/Statis., Engineer/Systems
Analysts); Staff Assistants (Econ.,
Math/Statis, Engineer/Systems Analyst,
Foreign Visitors for Operations Research Department.
Project Leaders should have 3 to 10
Following are the foreign visitors yr. exp. in solving problems, graduate
programmed through the International study in math or statis. Staff assistants
Center who will be on campus this should have advanced work in statis,
week on the dates indicated. Program several yrs. actual work exp. desirable.
arrangements are being made by Mrs. State of Connecticut-Sr. Tabulating
Clifford R. Miller, Ext. 3358, Interna- Equipment Supervisor (IBM). 6 yrs. exp.
tional Center. with operation of IBM and 2 yrs. in su-
______________________________pervisory capacity. Welfare Field Su-...
pervisor. MA in Soc. Work and 3 yrs.
exp. including 2 yrs. In consultative
capacity. Applications must be post "
marked of on file at the State Person-

Nnel Department by Feb. 27.
F\4I,,JIIL,,L~ I Washingtnon Staete Dept. ofPesnl xg9
-Area Land Manager. BA in agricultural
USE OF THIS COLUMN for an- DIAL 2-6264
nouncements is available to officially
recognized and registered organizations
only. Organizations who are planning
to be active for the Spring semester
should register by Feb. 25. Forms
available, 1011 Student Activities Bldg. ENDING TODAY
Chess Club, Meeting, Feb. 20, 7:30 "WHO'S GOT THE ACTION"
p.m., Union, Rms. 3K-L. Lessons for WEDNESDAY *
beginners. Everyone welcome.
Congregational Disciples B & R Stu- im
dent Guild, Cost Luncheon Discussion, Nn1AL
Feb. 19, Noon, 802 Monroe. O A
German Club, Feb. 19, 8 p.m., Rack-
ham Bldg., E. Conf. Rm. Speaker: Prof.
W. A Reichart, "Gerhart Hauptmann";
Kaffee Stunde, Feb. 20, 2-4 p.m., 4072..
Friends of SNCC, Organizational <:
Meeting, Feb. 20, 7:30 p.m., Union, Rm.
3C. All interested in activities for this
semester are urged to attend.
Wesleyan Guild, Study Groups, Feb.
19, 7 &.8:40 p.m., Lounge. i ...;":s a~
* * * 't
Cercle Francais, Organization meeting,
Tues., Feb. 19, at 2:00 p.m., 3092 Frieze "
Bldg.* * *"-
SGC Student Book Exchange Return,
students, pick up your money and un-
sold books (if any) from SBX from
3:30 to 5:00 p.m., Feb. =19, 20, 21, base-
ment SAB.
the HE

xp. Applications grads. Men & Women. U.S. citizenship Holland & Germany who wish to re-
required. Summer Employment: Fr., turn to their native countries.
ion contact the Soph., Jr., Sr. & Grad students do not FEB. 22--
a, 3200 SAB, Ext. sign schedule. Enclose "College Inter- Allied Chemical Corporation, Morris-
view Form" marked "Summer" at the town, N.J.; Syracuse, N.Y.; Buffalo,
top in the blue Co. folder for further N.Y.; Hopewell, Va.; Baton Rouge, La,
EMENT INTER- consideration. & other locations throughout the U.S.
students, please FEB. 21-22--BS-MS: ChE & ME. ES: EM. Prof.:
at 128-H West General Tire & Rubber, Aerojet Gen- Insme:atoE June B Eu. grad.
eral Corp., Azusa, Downey, El Monte, Must be male U.S. citizen.
Sacramento, San Ramon, Calif.-All FEB
er Service Corp. Degrees: AE & Astro., ChE, CE, BE, FEB. 22 & 25
Jrs. in EE & Mat'ls., ME, Met., NA & Marine Nuclear Bell Systems, Bell Telephone Systems
Group Meeting & Instrumentation. Prof.: Applied -Principal cities in' the U.S.-All De-
be held at 3:30 Mech's. & IE. BS: E Physics. PhD: IE. grees: EE. BS-MS: EM, IE, Math, ME,
June & Aug. grads. Men & Women. U.S. Met. & Physics. BS: E Math & Sol.
lumbus, Ohio -.. citizenship required. .Summer Employ- Engrg. Feb., June & Aug. grads. Men
o., ChE, EE, EM, ment: Jr., Sr. & Grad students please & Women. Can consider non-citizens
Nuclear. BS: E sign special group meeting schedule for for regular employment if intending to
June & Aug. Feb. 22. at 4:00 p.m. in Rm. 122, W.E. obtain citizenship. Summer Employ-
U.S. citizenship FEB. 21- ment: Jr., Sr. & Grad students enclose
Hazeltine Corporation, Hazeltine Res. "College Interview Form" marked "Sum-
o., Peoria, Ill.- Corp., Hazeltine Electronics Technical mer" at the top in the blue Co. folder
EM, IE & Met. Dev. Centre-Al Degrees: EE. MS: Com- forfurther consideration.
s. Must be made mun. Sci. BS: BE Physics. June '& Aug. FEB. 22-
grads. Men & Women. U.S. citizenship Carrier Research & Dev. Co., Syracuse,
required. N.Y.-MS-PhD: ChE, EE & Met. & Phys-
, Inc., Aircraft FEB. 21-22- ics. PhD: Chem. & Physical Chem. June
alif.), Charlotte Martin Company, Baltiniore, Orlando & Aug. grads. Men & Women. U.S.
Space Sys, Div. & Denver. Orlando Divd-(Feb. 21 only) citizenshiprequired. Summer Employ-
AlI Degrees: AE -All Degrees: AE & Astro., EE, EM, ME, ment: Grad students please sign reg-
ME. Prof.: Ap- Commun. Set. & Instrumentation, Phys- ular schedule for interviews.
ChE, Commun. ics & Math. Prof.: Applied Mech's. & Socony Mobil Oil Co., Inc., The U.S.
Met. & Nuclear. Nuclear. PhD: CE, Meteorology & Met. & world-wide as described in our bro-
s & Sci. Engrg. & Mat'ls., Physics, Chem. & Biochem. chure "Your Future at Socony Mobil."-
Men & Women. BS: E Math & E Physics. June & Aug. BS-MS: ChE, EE, ME & NA & Marine.
ens for regular grads. Men & Women. U.S. citizenship BS: CE. Feb., June & Aug. grads. Men
g to obtain citi- required unless held security clear- only. Can consider non-citizens for
obtain security ance in past 6 mos. regular employment only in their na-
FEB. 20-21-- tive country.
p., Astronautics, Standard Oil Co. of Calif., San Fran-
an Diego; Elec- cisco Bay Area & Los Angeles Basin & Part-Tim e
rth, Texas; Po- San Joaquin Valley-All Degrees: ChE G
g-Carlson, N.Y. & Math. BS-MS: EE, ME & Met. PhD:
Astro., EE, EM, EM. June & Aug. grads. Men & Women. Em ploym ent
lied Mech's. MS- Can consider non-citizens for regular
i., Instru., Met. employment if intending to obtain The following part-time jobs are
E Physics & Sci. citizenship. Will interview students available. Applications for these jobs
ds. Men & Wom- with military service commitments as can be made in the Part-time Placement
uired. well as those planning to attend grad- Office, 2200 Student Activities Bldg.,
uste school in the fall. during the following hours:, Mon. thru
'ation, Locations FEB. 21-22- Fri., 8 a.m. til 12 noon and 1:30 til 5:30
Divisions. Coun- The Trane Company, Tech, sales rep- p.m.
. 18-22-Div. in- resentatives located in 113 sales offices Employers desirous of hiring stu-
Please sign for in major U.S. cities; all other openings dents for part-time or full-time tem-
gardless of Div. are located in La Crosse, Wis.-BS-MS: porary work, should contact Bob Cope,
hE, EE, EM, IE, ME. BS: AE & Astro., ChE, E Math,
-PhD: AE & As- EM, E Physics. MS: Instrumentation.
stru. & Nuclear. Feb., June & Aug. grads. Must me male
BS: E Math, E U.S. citizens except for openings in TONIGHT'S FEATURE
June & Aug. sales engrg. for citizens of Belgium,
5:0-7:00 p.m.

ablished Barbering and Hairstyling
,nstifn lion on the Campus,
'elcomes the new remodeled
nily of fine, progressive barbersho ps.
y, Domonic Dascola, Class of '36

a non-credit course

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ays, 12:00 noon, Michigan League,
erence Room 1-sandWiches and
beverages served-25c
d by The Office of Religious Affairs
open to all students


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