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THE MICHIGAN DAILY FRIDAY, MARc

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-Daily-David Giltrow
ACWR 'PERFORMS' - The American Broadcasting Company
yesterday filmed a meeting of 'Americans Committed to World
Responsibility for presentation on the television program "Round-
up U.S.A." The program, which will be shown at 3:30 p.m. this
Sunday on WXYZ-TV, Detroit, will deal with the national re-
sponse to President John F. Kennedy's creation of a youth corps.
Approximately six minutes of the half-hour show will be devoted
to the University group. An ACWR discussion of Basutoland was
filmed.
[FC Committee Announces .
ominations for,-ficers

March 8, 1961
Approved: Minutes' of the previous
meeting, as corrected.
Approved: The following appoint-
ments:
Michigan Regional Assembly to be
held at Alma College o Mar. 24, 25.
Delegates: Per Hanson, Dick Nohl, Den-
nis Shafer, M. A. Hyder Shah, Ken
McEldowney, Kay Warman, Barbara
Greenberg. Alternates: Eugenia Pann,
-Mike Zimmerman, Roger Seasonwein.
Joint Judiciary Study Committee:
Frank Mabley, Roger Seasonwein,
James Hadley, Jane Glick, Mary
Wheeler.
SGC Wolverine Club Nominating
Committee: Roger Seasonwein, Mary
Wheeler.
Interim§ Action Announced: Mar. 2
Voice Political Party, "Tennessee For-
um," Union room 3-C, 8:00 p.m., Mar. 7
Americans Committed to World Re-
sponsibility, speaker Dr. Maurice Al-
bertson, speaking on the Peace Corps,
Union room 3R-S, 8:00 p.m., Mar..8
Young Republicans, speaker James C.
Zeder, a candidate for Regent, Union
room' 3R-S, 7:30 p.m., Mar. 8, 15, 22, 29
Democratic Socialist Club, speaker Mar-
tin Glaberman, series of lectures and
discussions on "Modern Marxism,"
Union, 7:30 p.m., Mar. 9 Voice Political
Party, general meeting to discuss -SGC
elections, Union room 30, 8:00 p.m.,
Mar. l21 Challenge, lecture and discus-
sion, "Economic Development, Aud. B,
2:30 p.m., Mar. 16 Voice Political Party,
membership meeting, Union .room 30,
8:00 p.m., Mar. 19 Challenge, lecture
and discussion, "Ideological Struggle:
Communism and Democracy," Aud. B,
2:30 p.m., Mar. 23 Women's League,
"Senior Night," League Ballroom, 6:00
p.m., Mar. 24 Lambda Kappa Sigma,
Phi Delta Chi, American Pharm. As-
soc., "Apothecary Ball," League Ball-
room, 9:00 p.m., Mar. 24, 125 Junior
Girls' Play, Lydia Mendolssohn Theatre,
8:00 p.m., Mar. 26 Challenge, lecture
and discussion, "Neutralism," Aud. B,
2:30 p.m., Apr. 12 Univ. Development
Council-Student Relations Board,
Michigan Union; Student Relations
Board Jazz Concert, Hill Aud., 8:00
p.m., Apr. 28, 29 Pershing Rifles, Arnold
Air Society; 6th Annual Michigan In-
vitational Drill Meet; Yost Field House,
Nrth Hall, TOE., Apr. 29 Barristers' So-
ciety, "Grease Bali,"' Lawyers Club,
9:00 p.m., May 6, 7 Engineering Council,;
"Engineering Week-end," North Cam-
pus Labs, 9:00-5:30 (May 6), 2;00-5:30
(May 7).
Approved: Temporary recognition of

the University of Michigan Citizenship
Clearing House, pending the submission
of the constitution of the state or-
ganization with which they plan to
affiliate.
Approved: A change in the constitu-
tion of the Wolverine Club.
Approved: After amending the mo-
tion -in Vol. 6, p. 78, the Council ap-
proved a statement of opinion on the
film "Operation Abolition."
Approved: The interim appointment
of Dr. William Cave to the Committee
on Membership Selection, to serve in
the place of Dr. Samuel Eldersveld
until his return to the Committee.
Approved: That the Council -re-apply
for membership in the Collegiate
Council for United Nations.
Approved: Revision of Section 4 (Ac-
tivities) of the "University Regulations
Concerning Student #Affairs, Conduct,
and Discipline".
Approved: That Student Government
Council endorses the idea of a Con-
ference on the University, and will as-
sist the planning and organization of
such a Conference. The Council man-
dates its President to send a letter to
the Board of Regents containing this
endorsement, the original Council mo-
tion (Vol. 6, p. 46), the March 8 Michi-
gan Daily article discussion of the
Conference, and a request that the Re-
gents endorse the Conference.
This action of the Student Govern-
ment Council will, become effective
Tuesday morning, March 14, unless a
meeting of the committee on referral
is called before that date.
Events
Interdisciplinary Seminar on Atmo-
spheric Sciences: Fri., March 10, 4 p.m.,
5500 East Engineering Bldg. R. A. Mc-
Cormick, Chief, Meteorology Section,
Robert A. Taft Sanitary Engineering
Center, Cincinnati, will steak on "Ap-
plication of Atmospheric Turbidity
Measurements to Air Pollution Stu-
dies."
Workshop on Science and Religion,
Sat., March 11. Lecturer: Dr. Harold K.
Schilling, Dean, Graduate School,
Pennsylvania State University. Lec-
tures: 1:30 p.m., Aud. A, 4:00 p.m. and
8:00 p.m., Room R and S, Third floor
Michigan Union. Seminars-2:30 p.m.
and 5:00 p.m. Rooms K, L, M, N, X, Y,
Z, Third Floor, Michigan Union. Chair-
man of Workshop, Lawrence 0. Brock-
way. Open to anyone.
Student Recital: Barbara Carruth will
present a recital on Sun., March 12, at
4:30' p.m. in Aud. A, Angell Hall, inE

partial fullment of the requirements
for the degree Master of Music, Miss
Carruth will include compositions by
Bach, Beethoven, Bartok, Debussy and
Chopin. Open to the public.
Program of American Music: The
Alpha Chapter of Sigma Alpha Iota will
present its annual program of Ameri-
can Music n Sun., March 12, 8:30 p.m.
in Aud. A, Angell Hall. Students par-
ticipating are Susan Chatfield, mezzo-
soprano; Susan Walker, pianist; Patri-
cia. Noffsinger, clarinetist; Kathryn
King Carrow, pianist; Jocelyn Mackey,
soprano; Martha Rearick, Patricia Mil-
ler, Libby Jb Syder and Connie Cowan,
flutists. Roger Reynolds will lead a dis-
cussion with musical examples and
the Sigma Alpha Iota Choir, directed
by Gail Burlingame and accompanied
by Carolyn Foltz, will present several
selections. Open to the general public.
Placement
Placement Interview-Tues., Mar. 14 -
(West Engrg. Bldg.)
Pittsburg Coke & Chemical Co., Pitts-
burg, Pa.-interviewing MEN graduat-
ing in- Engrg., Lib. Arts or BusAdmin
for SALES TRAINEE position with U.S.
Concrete Pipe Co., a new subsidiary.
Two-yr. training program in plant &
office depts., & sales correspondence
work prior to assignment to a territory.
Interested seniors & grad students
please sign schedule posted at 128-H
West Engrg.
ENGINEERING PLACEMENT INTER-
VIEWS-128 West Engrg Bldg., Ext.
2182. For seniors & grad. students.
MARCH 13--
Aluminum C. of Amer., throughout
U.S.-BS: ChE, CE, EE, IE, ME & Met.
Des., Sales & Prod.
Amoco Chemicals Corp. Mkt.-Chica-
go. Mfg.-Joliet, Ill. (a.m)-BS-MS:
ChE. Sales & Prod.
Calif. Univ. of Los Alamos Scientific
Lab., Los Alamos, N.M.-All Degrees:
ChE, EE, EM, ME, Met. & Nuclear. BS:
E. Math & E. Physics. R. & D.
Ford Motor Co., Aeronutronic, New-
port Beach, Calif.-All Degrees: AE,
ChE, BE, ME, Physics, Math & Physi-
cal Chem. R. & D.
General Dynamics Corp., Electric Boat

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BY MICHAEL ()LINICK v
The Interfraternity-Council Ex-
cutive Committee has announced
ts nominations for next year's
FC officers.
IFC nominated Robert Peterson,
62, Chi Psi, for president; Michael
landwirth, '62, Zeta Beta Tau, for
xecutive vice-president; Mark
Iladstein, '62, Zeta Beta Tau, ad-
ninistrative vice-president; Doug-
as Rasmussen, '62BAd., Phi Kappa
Psi, for treasurer; Dennis Hirota,
62, Delta Upsilon, Richard Rod-
ers, '62, Delta Kappa Epsilon and
Bruce Thompson, '62, Phi Delta
Although nominations were
nade only to the specific post ap-
>hed for, the executive committee
also ranked soime of the petition-
rs as "qualified" for other offices.
* It named Peterson qualified for
xecutive vice - president, Land-
virth for administrative vice-pres-
dent and secretary, Gladstein for.
ecretary, Rasmussen for adminis-
rative vice-president_ and secre-

tary, Rodgers for treasurer and
Thompson for treasurer. '
The Fraternity Presidents As-
sembly will elect IFC officers at
their March meeting. The FPA is
made up of the 43 presidents of
the local chapters. Other frater-
nity men may be nominated for
officers at the FPA meeting, IFC
executive vice - president Howard
Mueller, '61E, said.
The five IFC officers serve on
the executive committee as do the
five district representatives.
GulickT o .Discuss
'Action PrograM'
Luther Gulick, president of the
Institute of Public Administration,
will speak on "The Action Pro-
gram" at 4:15 p.m. today in Rack-
ham Amphitheatre. This is the
fifth in the William W. Cook lec-
ture series concerning "The Met-
ropolitan Problem and American
Governmental Ideas."

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