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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

Regents Give
New Posts 3
On 'u'Staff
(Continued from Page 2)
Literary College for the second
semester, 1963-64, to study factors
influencing academic failure.
Leave of absence for Prof. Gerda
M. Seligson of the classical studies
department for the coming year,
to accept a visiting appointment
at Rutgers University.
Leave of absence for Prof.
Charles N. Staubach of the Ro-
mance Languages department for
the coming year to accept a post
as a visiting professor in the NDEA
Spanish Language Institute of the
University of New Mexico.7
Sick leave for Prof. Milton Tam-,
res of the chemistry department,
retroactive from March 11 to ap-
proximately April 1.
Leave of absence for Prof. Ray-
mond W. Waggoner of the medical
school, chairman of the psychiatry
department, from May 6 through
June 21, to attend meetings in
Japan and Israel, meet with the
University - trained Peace Corps
personnel in Thailand and set up
liaison with medical groups in
Turkey, Greece and Spqin.
Sabbatical leave for Prof. Rus-
sell E. Wilson of the education
school from Aug. 17 to Jan. 13 to
prepare a book entitled "Optimum
School Site Development."
Off-Campus Duty

DAILY OFFI IAL BULLETIN
The Daily Official Bulletin is an will speak in the College of Arch, and Angell Hall, at 2:00 p.m. Chairman,
official publication of The Univer- Design at 3:30 p.m. on Thurs., April 25. P. H. Halmos.
sity of Michigan for which The Mr. Obata's lecture will be illustrated
Michigan Daily assumes no editorial and will show some of his most re-
responsibility. Notices should be cent work. The talk will be open to the lacemnent
sent in TYPEWRITTEN form to public.
Room 3564 Administration Building POSITION OPENINGS:
before 2 p.m. two days preceding Lecture: Prof. Gottfried Haber, Galen Local Agency-Sales Representative-
publication. L. Stone Prof. of International Trade, female-to represent company innDe-
Harvard .Univ., and president of the troit, Flint, Ann Arbor area (summer in
WEDNESDAY, APRIL 24 erican Economi Assoiation UP). Contacts mainly with hospitals
give a lecture in the Grad School of selling 6 items (ID bracelets, etc.). At
Bus. Adnin., Thurs., April 25, at 3:00 least two years of college (Psych., So-
Dy Calendar p.m., in Rm. 130, on the subject "Cur- ciol., Bus. Ad., Math, etc.), some exper-
a C l am.ntPrblems oIntesbtio CuTr-d ence helpful, age 25-38. 1 local posi-
7:30 a.m. to 5:00 p.m.-University of and Financial Policy." This lecture t tion and opportunities out of state.
Michigan Sixth Annual Workshop for the class in International Finance is Salary $550 plus car adn expenses. Con-
Office Personnel-Registration: Lobby, under the auspices of the International tact Bureau of Appointments to for-
Second Floor, Michigan Union. Business Program. The public is invited Keman Real Estate, Ypsilanti -
8:30 a.m. to 3:45 p.m.-Mich. State Salesman desired on full time or part
Police and Michigan Dept. of Conser- Degree Recital: Gail Haver, pianist, time basis for sale of real estate and
vation Water Safety Workshop-Regis- will present a recital on Thurs., April land and industrial development. On-
tration: Third Floor, Mich. Union. 25, 8:30 p.m. in Lane Hall Aud., in par- the-job training. Straight commission.
9:00 a.m. to 2:00 p.m.-Institute of tial fulfillment of the requirements for Contact Al Kleiman, HU 2-3126.
Public Administration and Mich. Muni- the degree Master of Music. She will General Telephone Company of Mich-
cipal League Thirteenth Annual Muni- play the compositions of Beethoven, gian-Assistant to Director of Public
cipal Purchasing Conference-Registra- Bartok, and Schumann. Her recital is Relations - right-hand man, encom-
tion: Third Floor, Mich. Union. open to the general public. passing press releases, some advertising
4:00 p.m.--Institute of science and and community relations. Grad. Bus.
Technology and the Dept. of Aeronau- Applied Mathematics Seminar: Dr. Ad., Journ. 2-3 yrs. exp. in public
tical and Astronautical Engineering Lee- Hans J. Stetter of the Technischen relations. Salary $6,500 to $8,500. Phone
ture-Dr. Sydney Goldstein, Division of Hochschule, Munich, Germany, will Judd Perkins, Director of Public Rela-
Engrg. and Applied Physics, Harvard speak on "Maximum Bounds for the tions-Muskegon: PA 2-1441.
Univ., "Some Recent Work on the Solutions of Partial Difference Equa- Chrysler Corporation - Journalism
Laminar Boundary Layer": Room 229, tions," Thurs., April 25, at 4:00 p.m. in major-female-with minor in Psych.
W. Engrg. Bldg. Rm. 311 W. Engrg. or Sociol. Able to type 40-50 wpm, short-
4:00 p.m.-Center for Japanese Stud- Refreshments will be in Rm. 350 W. hand helpful. Corporate communica-
les-Isao Sato, Prof. of Law, Seikei Engrg. at 3:30 p.m. tions, prepare reports, pamphlets, etc.
Univ., Tokyo, Japan. "Constitutional Career opportunities. Salary $400-$500/
Revision in Japan," W. Conference Rm., Doctoral Examination for Donald Erik mo. Send resume to: W. M. Ingham,
Rackham Bldg. Sarason, Mathematics; thesis: "The Hp
Spaces of Anuli," Thurs., April 25, 3221
General Notices "BEAU-ARTS" BALL
Regents' Meeting: May 17. Communi-
cations for consideration at this meet-
ing must be in the President's hands NOTICES Arden Miesen's Band
not later than May 3.NO I E
pre-dance and intermission
entertainment;
Events U. of M. Friends of SNCC, Mass Meet- Michael Sherker, folksinger
Univ. Lecture: April 25, 8:00 p.m., ing, April 24, 7:30 p.m., Union, Rm. 3D. Sponsored by the
Rm. 1300, Chem. Bldg. John G. Malm * * * Architecture & Design Open House
(Argonne National Lab.) will speak on Wesleyan Guild, Breakfast, 7:30 a.m.,
"Chemistry of Xenon." Pine Room; Board of Directors' Lunch- 8:30 P.M. Sat., Apr. 27
eon, Noon, Pine Room; Coffee Hour, 4
Lecture: Gyo Obata, famous archi- p.m., Wesley Lounge; Holy Communion, No Admission (it's free)
tect of St. Louis, Mo., of the firm of 5:10 p.m., Chapel; Supper & Program,
Hellmuth, Obata and Kassobaum, Inc., 6 p.m., Pine Room; April 24.

College Relations Manager, Chryslert
Corp., Box 2688, Detroit 7, Mich.
Hurley Hospital, Flint 2, Mich.-Clin-
ical Chemist. MA or PhD. Will supervise
all work performed in the blo-chem.
section of laboratory, analytical pro-
cedures, teach chemistry to Pathology
Residents and Med Tech students, set
up and evaluate new lab procedures.
research activities. Salary open. Send:
credentials to: Robert E. White, Direc-
tor of Employe and Public Relations.
Martin Company, Orlando, Fla.-Oper-
ations Research and Analysis. Prime
weapons systems contractor, conception,
design, and development of tactical
missile systems and electronics sys-
tems. Desire eight weapon system
analysts. Work concerned with optimi-
zation and effectiveness techniques-
system costs, vulnerability, kill mech-
anisms, accuracy, combat attrition, etc.
Send resume to: T. H. Eklof, Chief,
Operations Research Section, Advanced
Technology Staff, Mail Point No. ;84.
SUMMER PLACEMENT SERVICE:
212 SAB-
Department of Administration of the
State of Michigan desires architectural
or civil engineering students who have
cocpleted at least two years of their
curriculum to act as project clerks
assisting the project superintendent on
some of the State's larger construction
projects. Positions last approximately
from the first of June through August
and have a starting salary of $1.98
per hour.
* * *
For further information, please call

General Division, Bureau of Appoint-
ments, 3200 SAB, Ext. 3544.
Part-Time
Employment
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 am. til 12 noon and 1:30 til 5
p.m.
Employers desirous of hiring students
for part-time or full-time temporary
work, should contact Bob Cope, Part-
time Interviewer at NO 3-1511, Ext. 3553.
MALE
1-Electrical Engnr. Junior or Senior
with at least a 3.00 grade average.
Must be a U.S. citizen and able to
get security clearance. Must also
have transportation. %-time posi-
tion on a long-term basis.
-Several miscellaneous jobs available.
1-Experienced camera repairman.
Flexible hours.
FEMALE
1-Registered Nurse to work at a girls
camp from June 18 to August 17.
Must be single. Excellent living con-
ditions.
1-Registered Nurse to work %i-time,
from June 17 thru August. Will be
drawing blood from patients. Hours:
7:45 a.m. until 12 noon.
--Several baby sitting and domestic
positions available.

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STUDENT GOVERNMENT
PETITION

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President Treasurer
Committees:, Areas of interest in order of preference;

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Religious
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Workshops-
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All Err ITAKE s

Prof. Edward F. Domino of the
pharmacy college from Sept. 1
through Oct. 31, to conduct re-
search with Dr. Irving S. Cooper
of New York University and St.
Barnabas Hospital in New York
City.
Prof. George H. Forsyth of the
history department, director of the
Kelsey Museum of Archaeology,
from April 25 to Aug. 30, to serve
as field director of the Alexandria-
Michigan-Princton Archaeogicalil
Michigan - Princeton Archaeologi-
cal Expedition to St. Catherine's
Monastery at Mt. Sinai.
Ralph R. Stewart of the Uni-
versity Herbarium from ,June 1
to Sept. 15 to visit the Royal Bo-
tanic Gardens at Kew, England,
t ostudy their collections of Paki-
stanian plants.
Prof. Russell T. Woodburne of
the medical school, chairman of
the anatomy: department, from
May 20 through June 30 to con-
duct an institute on the teaching
of gros sanatomy for 65 professors
ofanatom" in India at the medical
school in Bangalore.
Resignations
Prof. Mark Spilka of the English
department has accepted an ap-
pointment at Brown University.
Prof. E. Harold Swayze of the
political science department wil
teach at the University of Wash-
ington.
Prof. Luke Tellegen of the psy-
chology department will go to the
University of Minnesota.
Cain Named Head
Of State Bureau
Professor Stanley A. Cain of the
natural resources school conser-
vation department has been ap
pointed chairman of the State
Conservation Commission. Prof.
Cain has previously served on the
commission and succeeds Clarence
Messner.

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1429 H i ll Street

CALENDAR OF EVENTS
Wed. 8 P.M. April 24-for faculty and graduate students
DR. DAVID BAKAN, Prof. of Psychology at the
University of Chicago
"THE JEWISH CONTENT OF FREUD'S PSYCHOANALYSIS"
Thurs. 8 P.M. April 25--Rabbi BENZION C. KAGANOFF,
Cong. Esras Israel, Chicago
"HAS TRADITIONAL JUDAISM MEANING TODAY?"
Friday 7:30 P.M. April 26-Sabbath Service
Sat. 9 A.M. April 27-Sabbath Service
Sun. 6 P.M. April 28-Supper Club
.7:30 P.M.-RABBI MYRON B. MOVSKY, Cong. of Moses,..
Kalamazoo
"ISRAEL-DREAM OF CENTURIES"
Mon. 9 P.M. April 29-Observance of Israel's Independence Day
GREETINGS-Dr. James M. Davis, Director,
International Center
ADDRESS-Professor William Haber, Chairman, Dept.
of Economics; Honorary Chairman-
National Hillel Commission
Wed. 8 P.M. May 1-Final lecture in series "The Jew in Western
Culture"--
DR. PALMER THROOP, Prof. of History
"The Jewish Renaissance in the Italian Renaissance"

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Fri. 7:30

P.M. May 3-Third dialogue-"What We Mean by the
Judaeo-Christian Heritage"
Guests: The Reverend Charles J. Stoneburner
and Methodist students
"HOW WE READ THE BIBLE"

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Weekend
FRIDAY NIGHT
APRIL 26... 12 I-M Bldg.
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SATURDAY NIGHT.
APRIL 27. .. 8:00... Hill Aud.
SHOWDOWN
. . . is the last SKIT NIGHT for two years!
Six pairs of housing units will perform
COLORFUL, HILARIOUS skits entitled The

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Dances."

It's an entire WESTERN TOWN

including such

reputable hangouts as

FERRY FIELD
ROUNDUP

Mrs. Goodbody's, Black Orchid Saloon, The
Cave-Inn, The Big Wheel, You Bet Your
Life Funeral Parlor, Red Garter Hotel, Par-
adise Lost, Playboy Saloon, Charlie Wang's
Rail and Tie, and the Golden Zipper. EACH
BOOTH IS AN ENTIRE SHOW IN ITSELF!
$50,000,000 is to be gambled away on
professional equipment. Dress casually and
enjoy the CAN-CAN GIRL REVIEW, OLD-
FASIOIlED WESTERN MOVIES. drnwinn

WAY-OUT OUT

Herd Shot Around the World,

Satire on

3:15-Parade-from North University to State
Field

Street to Ferry

3:45-Uncovered Wagons-depicting 16 hilarious scenes of
Michigan in the Old West
4:15-Dancing-both twisting and square dancing-also folk
singer
Helicopter Rides-see Ann Arbor from the air
5:00-Winners-announced for wagon trophy
5:15-Prizes-700 free prize coupons dropped in balloons
FRIDAY NIGHT-8:30 to 12:00-.M. BUILDING

(Riverside Park-1:00 to 4:00)
11:00-Canoe Races featuring 32 canoes and 15 western
cheering sections judged by a famed Astronomy Professor
and the University's Swimming Coach
1:00-BUCKBOARD RACES over a challenging old west
obstacle course-6 men will pull each wagon, driven by
western coeds
ALSO-ALL AFTERNOON:
LUNCHES will be served
CONTESTS for individuals will include a powdered pole
climb, a donut eating contest, and a dunking pool.
SATURDAY NIGHT-8:00-HILL AUDITORIUM
SHOWDOWN

Sexas, Slush Taupe and the Seven Dwarts,
Eastward Ho -or The New Frontier, The
West Can Be Beat, and The Gambler. The
evening will be emceed by JOHN "SLOW-
DRAW" FELDKAMP, and is packed with
an assortment of festivities which make the
evening a fitting finale for the weekend-
the gorgeous CAN-CAN LINE will present
its stunning review, the FRIARS will engage

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