THE MICHIGAN DAILY
EIGHT THE MICHIGAN DAILY FRIDAY,
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(Continued from Page 2) the Scholarship Office, 2011 Student Ac-
tivities Bldg. Deadline for receipt of
completed applications is April 1. Fur-
Doctoral Recital Postponed: The re- ther information on the Univ. College,
cital of Sheila Bates, pianist, earlier London may be obtained from Dr. James
schedulde for Fri. evening, March 22, M. Davis, International Center.
has been postponed due to the illnev
of Miss Bates. Her recital date hasE
been reset for Fri., May 17, 8:30 .p.m. I Events
in Lane Hall Aud. I
German Univ. Exchange Scholarship:t
Two grants for study at any W. German
Univ. have been made available by The
Deutscher Akademisher Austauschdienstt
to Univ. of Mich. students. These grants2
provide tuition fees, a maintenance al-t
lowance of DM350 per month and round-f
trip travel from U.S. port. Candidatesi
are selected on the basis of the fol-1
lowing criteria: 1) General academicI
achievement and potential, 2) Upper-i
class or graduate standing by the au-
tumn of 1963, 3) German language com-
petence. Applications are available atf
the Scholarship Office, 2011 Student Ac-
tivities Bldg. Deadline for receipt ofi
completed applications is April 1. Fur-1
ther information on this exchange pro-
gram may be obtained from Dr. James1
M. Davis, International Center._
Thompson Street Parking Structure:i
Effective March 18. Visitor Parking Per-9
mits for use at the Thompson Streetf
Parking Structure will be made avail-
able to students at the rate of 50 centsf
per day. <
This procedure is on a temporary
basis and will be effective until fur-
Summary of Action Taken by Student
Government Council at its Meeting of
March 21, 1963
Approved: That Michael Stengel be
appointed Chairman of the Committee
on Student Activities)
Approved: That Tom Leonard, Robert
Sheff, and Robert Bibbee be appointed
to the Cinema Guild Board for remain-
der of term. These people may re-
petition as incumbents.
Elected: The following officers of
Student Government Council to serve
until November 1963:
Executive Vice-President-Ed Sasaki.
Administrative Vice-President -- Tom
Received: Report from Graduate Stu-
Copies of Student Government Coun-
cil minutes are available in the Stu-
dent Government Council office, Stu-
dent Activities Bldg.
Summer Seminar in Yugoslavia: The
Univ. of Mich. has been invited to
nominate students for consideration for
this program which will be held ap-
proximately July 14-28. Candidates are
selected on the basis of the followingj
criteria: 1) Knowledgeable of Eastern
Europe and American studies, 2) Ef-
fective American representative. Oppor-
tunities for which selection is made
include round-trip air travel from home
to Dubrovnik, Yugoslavia; equivalent
of $11 per day in dinars. Application
materials may be obtained at the Schol-
arship Office, 2011, Student Activities
Bldg., and must be returned by April 1.
Further information on this seminar
may be obtained from James M. Davis,
University College, London Exchange.
Scholarship: One award is made each
year to a student selected on the basis
of the following criteria: 1) General
academic achievementand potential, 2)
Graduate standing by the autumn of
1963, 3) Interest in student affairs and,
student government. The award pro-
videsifree tuition and a maintenance
allowance of about 450 pounds for the
year. Applications are now available at
Recital of French .Poetry: M. Pierre
Viala, French actor and recitalist, will
present a program of French poetry
Sun., March 24, at 8:00 p.m., in Aud.
C, Angell Hall. The public is invited.
Degree Recital: David Wilson, pianist,
will present a recital on Sun., March
24, 8:30 p.m. in Lane Hall Aud. in par-
tial fulfillment of the requirements
for the degree Bachelor of Music? He
will play tle compositions of Bach,
Beethoven, Chopin, and Prokofiev. Mr.
Wilson is the student of Marion Owen
and his recital is open to the public.
Contemporary Music Festival: The
second program of the School of Music's
Third Festival of Contemporary Music
is scheduled for Sat., March 23, 8:30
p.m., in Rackham Lecture Hall. Con-
temporary composers featured on this
program are Benjamin Britten, Paul
Cooper, Donald Harris, and Roberto
Gerhard. Artists presenting the program
are Jerome Jelinek, cello;/Rhea Kish,
piano; Robert Courte, viola; Lydia
Courte, piano; Gilbert Ross, violin;
Wallace Berry, piano; and Gustave Ros-
seels, violin. Open to the public with-
The following sponsored student events
are approved for the coming weekend.
Social chairmen are reminded that
requests for approval for social events
are due in the Office of Student Af-
fairs not later than 12 o'clock noon
on the Tuesday prior to the event.
Helen Newberry, Dance; Huber House,
TGIF in Club 600, S.Q.; Jordan Hall,
Mixer; Prescott-Tyler, Open open, E.Q.;
Sigma Phi Epsilon, Dessert, 733 S. State;
Theta Chi, After party, 1351 Washtenaw;
Theta Delta Chi, Mixer, 700 S. State;
Lambda Chi Alpha, Exchange Dinner,
Adams, Open open & rec. room party,
W.Q.; Alpha Delta Phi. Open house, 556
S. 'State; Alpha Sigma Phi, Party, 920
Baldwin; Alpha Tau Omega, Party,
1415 Cambridge; Anderson, Record
dance, E.Q.; Beta Theta Pi, (Band)
party, 604 S. State; Chicago, 1st floor
Open open, W.Q.; Chi Phi, Party, 1530
Washtenaw; Delta Upsilon, Band party,
1331 Hill; Frederick House, Square dance
& open open, S.Q.; Gomberg, Dance in
house lounge, S.Q.; Huber House, Kid-
die party in Lounge, S.Q.
Michigan, Open open, W.Q.; Phi
Gamma Delta, Bundle party, 707 Ox-
ford; Pi Lambda Phi, Pledge party, 715
Hill; Prescott-Tyler, Open open, E.Q,;
Sigma Phi Epsilon, Party, 733 S. State;
Tau Delta Phi, Post concert party, 2015
Washtenaw; Theta Chi, Theme party,
1351 Washtenaw; Theta Delta Chi, Rec-
ord dance, 700 S. State; Theta Xi, Dance
party, 1345 Washtenaw; Williams, Open
Collegiate Sorosis, Pledge open open,
1501 Washtenaw; Prescott-Tyler, Open
open, E.Q.; Stockwell, Open open; Wen-
ley, Open open, W.Q.
U.S. Dept. of Health, Educ. & Welfare,
Saint Elizabeth's .Hosp., Washington,
D.C.-Social Science students inquire
about the Psychodrama Training Pro-
grams for Interns & Residents. This is
one of only three programs of this type
in the U.S. Trng. includes assoc. with
patients in a broad range of mental
illnesses & application of Sociometric
& Psychodramatic methods to trng. &
therapy. Eligibility requirements: BA
with 12 semester hrs. in one or a com-
bina. of the following: Psych., Soc.,
Social Work, Cultural Anthro., other
Geo. A. Pflaum, Publisher, Inc., Day-
ton, Ohio-Associate Editor far a week-
ly periodical used in Catholic schools
for the primary grades & for the Teach-
er's Study Guide accompanying these
periodicals. Young woman with BA in
Elem. Educ. & minor in English or
Journ. 2 or 3 yrs. of primary teaching
pref.; at least student teaching in pri-
Kawneer Co., Niles, Mich.-Ass't. Gen-
eral Manager-Alum. Window & Cur-
tain Wall Div. Architectural or Engrg.
degree. Pertinent exper. required. Also
Ass't. Sales Manager-Arch. Products
Div. BA degree with arch. or engrg.
bkgd. Pertinent exper.
City of Middletown, Ohio-Jr. Civil
Engnr.-Degree CE for office design
work in water lines, sewers, streets &
other public works activities. Also Civil
Engnr.-BS CE & municipal design ex-
Ann Arbor Federal Savings & Loan,
Ann Arbor-1) Programmer-to train in
data processing. 2) Accountant-to train
for eventual responsibility for all ac-
counting. At least 2 yrs. college-degree
not required. No exper. necessary.
B. F. Goodrich Co., Akron, Ohio-1)
Supervisor-Tire Road Testing-degree
Engrg., Science, or Bus. Ad. & pertinent
exper. 2) Materials Engnr.-Aerospace
& Defense Products. BS Mech., Aero.,
or Textile Engrg. No exper. necessary.
3) Product' Engineers-Engrg. degree
with knowledge of thermosetting resins
& reinforcing materials required.
State of Conn.-Librarian II-De-
gree plus 1 yr. grad study leading to
degree in Library Sci. and also 2 yrs.
exper. in prof. library work. Apply by
April 10. Residence waived.
Aurora Pump Div., Aurora, Ill. - BS
Engineers. For work in hydraulic &
mech. design. See Engrg. Placement,
128-H W. Engrg. for further information.
Library of Congress-Openings as fol-
lows: 1) Music Cataloger for Copyright
Office; Editor-Trainee for Copyright
Office; Area Specialist (Africa); Proj-
ect Supervisor for Science & Tech. Div.;
Science Research Specialist for Sci. &
For further information, please call
General Div., Bureau of Appts., 3200
SAB, Ext. 3544.
PLACEMENT INTERVIEWE, Bureau
of Appointments-3200 SAB, Evt. 3544.
This is a correction to a previous an-
WED., MARCH 27 -
Underwood Corp., New York &
Throughout U.S.-Men. Seeking: Liberal
Arts, Humanities, Law, & Educ. MAS-
TERS DEGREE ONLY. Positions avail-
able: Advertising, Management Train-
ing, Public Relations, Sales Promotion.
The following part-time jobs are
available. Applications for these 'jobs
can be made in the Part-time Placement
Office, 2200 Student Activities Bldg.,
during the following hours: Mon. thru
Fri., 8 a.m. til 12 noon and 1:30 til 5:00
Employers desirous of hiring stu-
porary work. should contact Bob Cope,
Part-time Interviewer, at NO 3-1511,
Students desiring miscellaneous odd
jobs should consult the bulletin board
in Rm. 2200, daily.
1-Electrical Engnr. Jr. or Sr. with at
least a 3.00 grade average. Must be
a U.S. citizen and able to get secur-
ity clearance. Must also have trans-
portation. %-time position on a
1-%-time permanent 'secretary with
training or experience. Must be
able to take shorthand and be
familiar with medical terminology.
1-Full-time temporary clerk-typist.
Must be an experienced and de-
pendable girl, willing to work Sat.
mornings. The position will last un-
til at least Oct. 1.
-Several Clerical people who can
work half days are needed. Typing
and/or shorthand experience is es-
1-Sales clerk for sales and display
work. Prefer full-time but will talk
with applicants who can work at
least three mornings per week until
1 p.m. and all day Saturday.
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Sunday 12:00 to 8:00 P.M.
Friday and Saturday 'tit 11:30 P M .
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