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submitted them. (Such documents..
(Bold-face portion is the addition.)
Approved: Revision of the University
Regulations concerning the submission
of membership lists, as stated in Vol.
6, p. 88 and as amended on p. 91 and
Approved: The following revision in
the University Regulations Concerning
Student Affairs, Conduct, and Disci-
A. The statement which appears as
Item No. 3 under "Procedures for Rec-
ognition" (page 6, Regulations Book-
let) be replaced by the following: "A
list of prospective members numbering
at least twenty University students or
a statement swhich lists those of its
prospective members who wish to be
listed and attests to the fact that there
are at least twenty University stu-
dents who are prospective members
of this group and which lists the
total number of prospective members
while noting what number of these
individuals are University students and
what number are not. Permission to
follow the latter procedure must be
obtained from Student Government
B. The statement which appears as
item No. 3 under "Types of Recogni-
tion" (Permanent-page 8, Regulations
Booklet) be amended to read: "Reg-
ister the names of its officers, stand-
ing committee chairmen, and faculty
adviser with the Office of Student Af-
fairs, te."
C. Add the following item under
"Types of Recognition" (Permanent-
page 8, Regulations Booklet) : "Submit
at the beginning of each semester on1
summer session either a membership
list or a statement which lists those
of its members. who wish to be listed
and attests to the fact that there are
at least twenty University students
who are members of this group and
which lists the total number of mem-
bers, while noting what number of
these individuals are University stu-
dents and what number are not. Per-
mission to follow the latter procedure
must be obtained from Student Gov-
ernment Council. Further, if a group
chooses to follow the latter procedure,
it shall be prepared to submit its mem-
bership list when such submission be-
comes necessary to the enforcement
of University Regulations applicable
to student organizations; and as soon
as such lists are no longer necessary
to the enforcement of University Reg-
ulations applicable to student organi-
zations they shall be returned to those
organizations which have submitted
.them. (Such documents shall be sub-
mitted by the end 'of the third week
of the semester or, the second week
of the summer session.)
Approved: That the motions for the
re-organization of the committee struc-
ture of the Student Government Coun-
cil be considered in the Committee of
the Whole for three Council meetings
prior to a vote.
Approved: That the motions for the

re-organization of the committee struc-
ture of the Student Government Coun-]
cil be considered in the Committee of
the Whole for three Coucil meetings
prior to a vote.
Approval for the following student-
sponsored. activities becomes effective
24 hours after the publication of this
notice. All publicity for these eventss
must be withheld until the approval
has become effective.
Apr. 22-23 Folklore Society, U. of M.
Folk Festival; Apr. 22 Rackham, 8:00
p.m., Apr. 23 Union, 1:30 p.m.
Ar. 28 Michigan Union and Women's
Athletic Assoc., "Skit Night," Hill Aud.,
8:15 p.m.
Lecture Series: Dr. G. J. V. Nossal,
Department of Genetics, Stanford Uni-
versity, will give a series of lectures
on antibody formation in the School
of Public Health Auditorium at 4 p.m.
each day. Monday, April 3-"Theoretical
Introduction: Genetic Aspects of Anti-
body Formation." Tuesday, April 4-
"Antibody Formation by Single Cells."
Thursday April 6- "Autoradiographic
Studies on Plasma Cell Proliferation."
Friday, April 7-"Studies on Immuno-
logical Tolerance."
Foreign Visitors: S. C. Leslie of Aus-
tralia will visit the' University April
8-11. Program arrangements are being
made by the International Center by
Mrs. Henry J. Meyer. Mr. Leslie is
consultant in economic policy, iron
and steel board and associated elec-
trical industries in Great Britain.
Engineering Placement Interviews -
Seniors and graduates, please sign
schedule posted at 128-H West Engi-
neering Building.
April 11: Pennsalt Chemical Corp.,
[ Notices J
Baha'i Student Group, Discussion:
"The Creative Power of Religious Scrip-
ture," Mar. 31, 8 p.m., 2029 Ferdon Rd.
Call NO 3-2904 for transportation.
* .* *
Gamma Delta, Good Friday Service,
March 31, 1 p.m., 1511 Washtenaw. "The
Seven Words."
* * *
Lutheran Student Assoc., Good Fri-
day Services, Mar, 31, 12:45 & 7:15 p.m.
Hill St. & S. Forest Ave.
* * *
Wesley Fdn., Graduate Fellowship
Dinner, Cost Meal, Mar. 31, 5:30 p.m.,
Pine lDoom. Phone reservations to NO
8-6881 by Friday a.m. ..

Wyandotte, Mich.: BS-MS: Che; Des.,
Res. and Dev., Prod.
April 12: Allied Chemical Corp., all
over the U.S.: Summer employment:
Jrs. and above in ChE and ME; Des.,
Dev., and Prod.
April 13: U. S. Gov't.-Defense (Army)
U. S. Army Engineer District: Detroit
area primarily, however, information
will be available on other Corps of En-
world: BS-MS: CE; Des., Constr., Sur-
Summer Placement:
Summer Openings in Saginaw for
men living in Midland, Bay City and
Saginaw, Michigan. Interested students
visit the Summer Placement Service
for details.
Wurzburg Co., Grand Rapids, Mich-
5 or 6 openings for Michigan college
women on College Fashion Board. July
24-Sept., 1961. Freshmen, sophomores
living in Greater Grand Rapids Area.
Interviewers to visit campus April 18
for these and other summer positions.
Also may -interview in Grand Rapids
until July 3.
For further information, visit Sum-
mer placement Service, D-528 SAB.
Open in morning only.dn Friday, March
Personnel Requests:
Pa. Bankingq&sTrust Co., Philadel-
phia-Training program for exec. and
admin. positions in Trust Dept., Com-
Imercial and. Branch Office Admin.
Depts., Bank Operations, Retail Bank-
ing, etc. Any degree-any field.
U. S. Air Force, Terrestrial Sciences
Lab., Geophysics Res. Directorate, Walt-
ham, Mass-Grads with advanced de-
grees in Seismology for basic and ap-
plied res. for Vela Uniform-a program
for detecting underground nuclear ex-
International Atomic Energy Agency-
Highly qualified, exper. grad Physicists,
Chemists, Architects, Engnrs-all fields
-for tech. positions requiring special-
ized trng. Location: Throughout Near-,
Mid-, Far East; N. Africa and Brazil.
City of St. Paul, Minn.-Jr. Traffic
Engnr.-BS in CE or Traffic Engrg. File
for exam by April 10. Residence require-
ment waived.
Johnson & Johnson, Detroit-Grads
for Sales openings in Field Sales Of-
fices of Great Lakes Division.
Thompson Brown Dev. Co., Detroit-
Sales Rep.-several openings. Sales of
new homes-leads furnished-for land
dev. firm. Mainly Farmington, Bloom-
field areas. BA-Lib. Arts or Bus. Ad.
Midland County Girl Scouts, Inc.,
Midland, Mich. - Qualified WOMAN
grad for executive position in Admin.
& organization. BA in social sciences
or related field, & exper. in admin. &

work related to community organiza-
tion ,guidance & counseling, or simi-
lar field.
Southwest Research Inst., San An-
tonio, Texas-Applied Mathematicians/
Numerical Analysts. BS & some exper.
or grad trng. Chemists & Physicists-
MS or PhD. Dynamic Engrgs.-Ad-
vanced degree & specialized exper.
Kresge Eye Inst., Detroit-Thalmic
Research Technician-Woman with BS
In Bio-Chem & some Physics & Math.
No exper. necessary.
A Gage Co., Detroit area-Superintend-
ent for Gage Shop. BS Engrg. Must
have some gage shop exper./trng. in
order to take over immed.-no trng.
period. Need ability to do estimating-
quots. on mfg. of gages, tools, fixtures,
etc.; read blue prints, etc.
Please contact Bureau of Appts.,
4021 Admin., Ext. 3371 for further in-
The following part - time jobs are
available. Applications for these jobs
can be made in the Non-Academic
Personnel Office, 1020 Admin. Bldg.
Monday through Friday, 8:00 a.m. to
12:30 p.m.
Employers desirous of hiring part-
time or temporary employes should
contact Jack Lardie at NO 3-1511, ext.
Students desiring miscellaneous jobs
should consult the bulletin board in
Rm. 1020 daily.
3-Bus drivers, must have chauffer's
1-Salesman, 5-9 p.m., 2-5 nights per
week, and 12 noon tit*6 p.m. Sat.
8-Psychological subjects, after April
1-Social photographer, mostly week-
end work.
1-Full-time typist, for Spring vaca-
1-Typist, 20 hours for one week.
1-Student wife, with training in Arts
& Crafts, or Occupational Therapy,
9-11:30 a.m., Monday-Friday.
2-Waitresses, 12 noon-1:30 p.m., Mon-
in one summer
at the College Accredited
New speedy conversational
language instruction based on
highly-acclaimed Israeli meth-
od. Social and recreational ac-
tivities in 7-week program at
South Branch Hotel, New Jer-
sey. Begins July 4th thru Aug.
20th. Total cost (incl. tuition,
lodging, board) only $295 !
Scholarships available,
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ACLU Plans
Rights Rally
In Detroit
The Detroit area chapter of the
American Civil Liberties Union is
sponsoring a "Rally to Defend the
First Amendment" at 8 p.m.
Thursday at the Detroit Central
Methodist Church.
One of the speakers at the meet-
ing at Woodward and Grand Cir-
cus Park will be Frank Wilkinson,
one of the men convicted of con-
tempt of Congress after refusing
to answer questions from the
House Un-American Activities'
Committees on First Amendment
grounds of. freedom of speech.
Wilkinson is the controversial
speaker whom San Francisco and
Berkeley citizens attempted to
prevent speaking at the University
of California earlier this month.
Both the university president and
state Governor Edmund G. Brown
refused to make any 'attempt to
prevent his speech, in spite of pe-
titions from large groups of local
Others included on the list of
speakers are: Aubrey Williams, a
government official in charge of
programs for youth during the
New Deal; August Scholle, head
of the Michigan AFL-CIO; and
Harold Norris, chairman of the
Metropolitan Detroit Branch of
the ACLU.
Wilkinson has been called a
Communist agitator partly respon-
sible for the anti-HUAC riots last
May in San Francisco by the com-
mittee. He is presently awaiting
sentencing for contempt of Con-
gress, supported by a five-four
Supreme Court decision.

Student Government Council
postponed acceptance of a report
by the Cinema Guild Board which.
would enable the Guild, to show
seven films during the summer.
The main reason for postpone-
ment was that Cinema Guild lost
$400 in last year's summer project.
Fred Neff, '63, Cinema Guild
chairman, said that he expected
no more than a $50 gain or loss
this summer and that if a regular
practice of summer showings is
begun the attendance should in-
The Council also postponed rec-
ognition of the Puerto Rican As-
sociation until a section of the
organization's constitution is re-
considered by the group and the
recognition committee.
Live on Island
The section states that member-
ship is reserved to people con-
nected to Puerto Rico by bonds
of sympathy or friendship, but
further states "that having resided
in the island of Puerto Rico is
an indispensible requirement for
admission to this association."
A spokesman for the group,
'U' Lot Becomes
Recreation Area
The Office of the Dean of Men
announced that starting Mon.,
Apr. 10, the temporary student
triangle parking lot at Thompson,
Division and Packard Streets will
revert to a recreation area until
All automobiles must be remov-
ed from that area before Apr. 10.

however, implied that ability to
understand Spanish and thus to
be able to participate in the meet-
ings is the only criterion for mem-
Another point needing clarifica-
tion is whether or not the require-
ment of having resided in Puertg
Rico is considered choice of mem-
bers on the basis of nationality
and is thus a valid criterion for
membership selection under pres-
ent regulations.

SGC Postpones Cinema Guild Decision

Min.og.19 & comptletion of at least 1 year of colege)
1 *.. comprising 350 outstanding Boys, Girls, Brother-Sister
and Co-Ed Camps, located throughout the New England, Mid.
die Atlantic Statos and Canada.
'... INVITES YOUR INQUIRIES concerning summer employ.
ment as Counselors, Instructors or Administrators.
.... POSITIONS in children's camps, in all areas of actlyllios,
are available,
Write, Phone, or Cali in Person
Assocation of Private Camps - Dept. C
035 West 42nd Street, OX 5-2656, New York 36, N.Y.




Gold Bond
515 E. William

A reminder of Easter's promise
and fulfillment. ,
723 N. University


417 E. Liberty
NO 2-0675

For further information, write
to: ULPAN c/o Student Zionist
Organization, 515 Park Ave.,
New York 22, N.Y.
Name ............ Age.-.
Address ,........, School..,






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