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March 04, 1961 - Image 2

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THE MICHIGAN DAILY
Committee Makes Study 'U' To Of fer UNION COLL
pared Of Banking Problems New Course; Counei

tween students and businessmen
as to the beneficial objectives of
such a committee, then in future
years questions can be discussed
more thoroughly and more bene-
ficial recommendations may arise.
TrpTo
SEN. BARRY GOLDWATER
x . ,to gve speech
Trip To Hear
Conservative
The Young Americans for Free-
dom are sponsoring bus transpor-
tation to East Lansing for a speech
by Sen. Barry Goldwater (R-Ariz)
Tuesday.
Goldwater will speakon "Con-
servatism in this Age" at 8 p.m.
in the Michigan State University
Main Aud.
The bus will leave the Michigan
Union at 5:30 p.m. and return
about 11:30 p.m. This will allow
participants to remain for the
question period after Goldwater's
speech.
Bus tickets must be purchased
in advance at 808 Tappan, Apt.
1 or may be reserved by calling
NO 2-2441.
STUDENT ZIONIST
ORGANIZATION
presents
Rabbi Morris Shapiro
of the Yale Archaeological
Expedition on
Biblical Archaeology in Israel
at Hillel
Sunday, March 5 8 P.M.

The University has established
a new inter-departmental program
in oceanography.
It will make use of existing fa-
cilities, Prof. John C. Ayers of
the zoology department said. In
addition to work here at the Uni-
versity, practical work at an ap-
proved coastal oceanographic in-
stitution on the Great Lakes will
be part of the program. Both mas-
ters' degrees and doctorates will
be offered.
Departments participating in
the program are meteorology, geol-
ogy, zoology, naval architecture,
rmechanical engineering, physics,
mathematics, language, sanitary
engineering, chemistry, public
health and others.
Study Great Lakes
The University's present work
in the study of the Great Lakes
is also an important base for the
new oceanographical program,
Prof. Ayers said.
Behind the new program is a
huge demand for oceanographers.
Prof. Ayers says 500 are now need-
ed but only 48 will graduate this
year. (There are now about 1,500
oceanographical workers.)
Marine science, in addition to
needing more people, needs per-
sonnel who are specifically train-
ed for oceanographical work, not
workers who have been trained
basically In other areas, he said.
Increase Importance
But, he adds, "the very recent
importance of the seas in na-
tional defense, in utilization of
marine resources, and in questions
of disposal of radio-active wastes,
has brought home plainly our lack
of adequate understanding of the
seas."
The University's program will be
snall at first--only four students
are "lined up" for next Septem-
ber, when it begins-but it will
grow gradually, Prof. Ayers said.

Saturday
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