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THE MICHIIGAN DAILY

TUESDAY, 9 FEBRUARY 1965

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2 p.m. Chairman, D. D. Crary.
Doctoral Examination for Kenneth
Lawrence Vine, Near Eastern Languages
& Literatures; thesis: "The Establish-
ment of Baal at Ugarit," Tues., Feb. 9,
2035 Angell Hall, 10 a.m. Chairman, G.
E. Mendenhall.
Doctoral Examination for Howard
Ho-Wei Un, Chemistry; thesis: "eHt-
eroaromatic Polymers: Polybithiazoles,"
Tues., Feb. 9, 3003 Chemistry Bldg., 2
p.m. Chairman, D. T. Longone.
General Notices
Doctoral Candidates who expect to
receive degrees in May, 1965, must have
at least three bound copies (the orig-
inal in a "spring binder")' of their
dissertation in the Office of the Grad-
uate School by Fri., March 12. The re-
port- of the doctoral committee on the
final oral examination must be filed
with the Recorder of the Graduate
School together with two copies of the
thesis, which is ready in all respects
for publication, not later than Mon.,
April 12.
Applications for General Undergrad-
uate Scholarships will be available at
the Scholarship Office, 2011 SAB, be-
ginning Mon.. Jan. 11. Applications
must be completed by March 1. Un-
dergraduate students who have com-
pleted one or more full semesters with
an overall average of 3.0 or better
are eligible to compete. Financial aid
is a factor in making these awards.
Applications for the Following Schol-
arships are available in office of
alumnae secretary, Alumni Memorial
Hall; they must be returned by Feb. 12,
1965; recipients will be announced 'at
League Recognition Night, March 1,
1965.
The Lucile B. Conger Scholarship is
offered to in-state, undergraduate wom-
en on the basis of academic perform-
ance, contribution to University life
and financial need; the stipend is
variable.
The Margaret L. Waterman Scholar-
ship is offered to undergraduate wom-
en on the basis of academic perform-
ance, contribution to University life.
and financial need; the stipend is var-
table.
The Luan Peckinpaugh Scholarship is
offered to out-of-state undergraduate
ORGANIZATION
NOTICES

women who have successfully completed,
their freshman year and have a dem-
onstrated financial need' the stipend
is variable.
The Mary Louise Hinsdale Scholar-
ship, amounting to approximately $180
(interest on the endowment fund) is
available to undergraduate single wom-
en who are wholly or partially self-
supporting and who do not live in
University residence halls or sorority
houses. Girls with better than aver-
age scholarship and need will be
considered.
The Laurel Harper Seeley Scholarship
is open to both, graduate and under-
graduate women. The award is made
on basis of scholarship, contribution
tr U nivoity life Ad finania nP d.

AL BULLET N
dates taking the Law School Admission Inside & Territorial Sales, Statistics.
Test on Sat., Feb. 13, are asked to re- Located throughout U.S.
port to 130 Bus. Admin. Bldg. at 8:30 Lederle Labs. Div. (American Cyana-
a.in- mid Co.), Wayne, N.J.-Degrees in any
major field. Positions in Territorial
5-Hour Special Topics Lecture-Fifth Sales throughout U.S.
Series: Dr. Edgar F. Westrum, Jr., "En- Aetna Life Insurance Co.,Saginaw,
ergetics of Molecular Freedom in the Mich.--Degrees in Econ . S, Gen.
Crystalline State," on Wed., Feb. 10' Lib. Arts, Law, Speech, etc. for Mgmt.
7:30 p.m., 1300 Chemistry Bldg. Trng., and Territorial Sales for posi-
The Lucy Cooley Houston Scholar- tions in N.E. Michigan.
ships:Offered by the Alumnae Club POSITION OPENINGS:
Jackson, are available to students who !PstinENS:.LksHspaCi
will be enrolled in fall, 1965. Grants sago-Mgmt. positions, men with any
are based on scholarship and need degree with executive potential. Ma-
and vary in amount;. they are avail- detrty w&theeshipoit.Im -
able to students now enrolled and those turity & leadership ability, Imed.
entering for the first time. Application opening. P..Ent -
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o universit y e ana inancia neea , lnsaeaaial rmMs.WlimIigmt .onsuirans ,Last toas - m-
the stipend is variable. blanks are available from Mrs. Willian ployment Manager. Man with degree in
The Lucy E. Elliott Fellowship is Mich. They must be completed and re- Industrial Rel., staffing exper. 30-36
open to women graduates of any turned by April 1 yrs, pref.
accredited collige or university. It may . City of Holland, Mich.-City Engr.
be used by a University of Michigan Research Club in Language Learning fCivil Engrg, degree, registered in state
graduate at any college or university, Meeting: Dr. William Livant, "Adult of Mich., exper. in responsible position.
-but a graduate of any other univer- Language Learning Under Hypnosis?", Arental Health Research Inst., Ann
sity will be required to study on the Wed., Fem. 10, 8 p.m., 3003 N. Univer- Arbor-Librarian. Woman forimned.
Michigan campus. Academic achieve- sity Bldg. opening. BA in Psych., any science. or
ment, creativity and leadership will be '_soc. sci. Lib. or Admin. exper. Also
considered in granting the award. The f admin. ass't. position for science degree,
stipend is $1,100. . lacenment lib. bkgd. not req.
The Alice Crocker Lloyd Fellowship is For further information, please call
open to women graduates of any ac- i PLACEMENT INTERVIEWS: Bureau 764-7460, General Div., Bureau of Ap,
credited college or university. It may of Appointments-Seniors & g ad stu- pointments, 3200 SAB.
be used by a University of Michigan dents, please call 764-7460 for i ppoint-
graduate at any college or university laents with the following: ENGINEERING PLACEMENT INTER-
but a graduate of any other school will THURS., FEB. 11- VIEWS-Seniors & grad students, please
be required to study on the Michi- Household Finance Corp., Chicago - sign schedule posted at 128-M West
gan campus. Academic achievement, Degrees in' Econ., Educ., Engl., Fine Engrg.
1 personality and leadership will be con- Arts, Journ., Gen. Lib. Arts, Law & FEB. 11-12-
( sidered in granting the award. The Speech for Banking & Mgmt. Trng. posi- Ford Motor Co., All Divisions - All
stipend is $1,100. tions. Degrees: ChE, EE, IE, ME, Met. BS-MS:
Dow Corning Corp., Midland,'Mich.- EM. BS: CE, E Math, E Physics & Sci.
Dept. of Linguistics: French and Ger- Women only. Degree in any field for Engrg. Can consider ngn-citizens if
man language examinations will be secretarial work. Also women with 2 becoming a U.S. citizen. R. & D., Des.,
given Mon. and Tues., March 8 and 9.-1 yrs. chem., physics or biol. sciences for Prod. & Mfg. Operations.
Students intending to take the exam- I lab, technicians. FEB. 11-
ination must notify the Departmental 1 General Motors Corp. (Central Office In'and Steel Co., S. Chicago, Ind.-
Office of. their intention to do so on Data Center), Detroit-Men & women BS-MS: ChE, CE, EE, IE, ME. All De-
.or before Tues., March 2. with bkgd. in math, statistics, and gen. grees: Met. Also Tech. men with MBA.
bus. admin. Positions include problem R. & D., Des., Prod. & Sales.
the Society of Sigma Xi Dinner forI' analysis, des, & programming o on E.1-1
anitiaes: To be held in the Bail Roam, nay s .es poramn of com-'FEB. 10-11-
IitiaeuTobyagueheld in d~th ebBlRo, puter solutions. Procter & Gamble Co.-All Degrees:
Michigan League, 6:30ct ," ed. Feb Shell Oil- Co., Cleveland, Ohio-De- ChE. BS-MS: CE. EE, IE, ME & Met.
10. owe by a ecure, grees in Gen. Lib. Arts, Econ., and Bus. MS: Constr. & Instrum. R. & D., Des.,
and Inexhaustible Treasure," Dr. A. Ad. for territorial sales throughout U.S. Prod. Ind. Eng.
Geoffrew Norman, vice-president for FRI.. FEB. 12- FEB. 11-
research, University of Michigan, 8 p.m. Mutual Life Insurance of N.Y., N.Y.C. Rex Chainbelt, Inc., Milwaukee, Wis.
Open to public. Spouses are invited. -Degrees in Gen. Lib. Arts, Geol., & other divs.-BS-MS: CE, IE, ME &
.' Econ., Journ., Math, etc. for positions j Met. MS: Sanitary. R. & D., Des. Prod.,
German Exchange Scholarships: Two in Home Office Insurance, Mgmt. Trng., 'Sales Trng. Program.
scholarships awarded by Free Universi-
ty of Berlin. One scholarship awarded r)- g m ?yrp ra - 'r, 2aQ'.
by University of Hamburg. Three schol- Q, /;

Counselors discover how they will react to emotionally disturbed boys.

Use of This Column for Announce-
ments is' available to officially recog-
nized and registered student organiza-
tIons only. Forms are available in Room
1011 SAB.
* * *
Canterbury House, Perspectives in
modern literature discussion, David
Sumner, "No Exit"-establishing mean-
ingful contact, Feb. 9, 4:15 p.m., Can-
terbury House, 218 N. Division.
La Sociedado Hispanica presenta: Un
programa de canciones espanolas y
preutoriquenas. Cantantes: Fernando y
sus companeros. El publico tambien par-I
ticipara. Miercoles, 10. le Febrero, a
las 8 p.m., 3050 Frieze Bldg.
* * *
Newman Student Association, Discus-
sion, Feb. 10, 6 p.m., 331 Thompson.
Young Democrats, Executive Board
meeting, Feb. 9, 7 p.m., Room 3516, SAB.
*. * '*.
Young Republicans, Executive Board'
meeting, Tues., Feb. 9, 4 p.m., 2535 SAB.

arships awarded by other German uni-
versities.
All awards include room, board, in-
surance and fees. Some awards also
include round trip travel from the
United States to Germany.
All require excellent grades, ability
in German and Junior status by fall,
1965.
Applications available from: Ivan
Parker, 2011 SAB; Erich Steiner, 2007
Nat. Sci. Bldg.; William LaVine, In-
ternational Center.
Deadline-Noon, Thurs., Feb. 11, 1965.
Museum of Anthropology Lecture: Dr.
Donald W. Lathrap, University of Illi-
nois, "Dynamics of Population Move-
ment in the Amazon Basin During
Precolumbian Times," 4:10 p.m., Aud.
C, Angell Hall; Thurs., Feb. 11.
Law School Admission Test: Candi-

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DANCE to
WASHBOARD WILLIE
LIVE ENTERTAINMENT
Tues. & Wed. 9 p.m.-1 :45
at the SCHWABEN INN
215 S. Ashley

By MERLE WESTON providing for more personal
achievement and less competition.
i specialists, clinicians and college
T HE R M AiN OFFS th ~c m ti e dp eistaf conists ofdprogram
1boysoff the streets and nto the students. The students are select-
fresh air and sunshine. With this ed from applicants committed to
GERMAN-AMERICAN CUISINE in. mind, what is now the Fresha career working with the emo-
SAir Camp on Lake Patterson tionally disturbed. For this rea-
TAKE-OUT ORDERS -began. son, staff is usually limited to the
W ,Following the Second World graduate or post-graduate stu-
84 War, the camp took a revolution- dent.
ary turn and became primarily adet
turaininaendteciCounselors are drawn from all
WIENER SCHNITZELS 135 tranng center for students to over the world. They attend six
WC . - - . . . . work with aggressive, disturbed or eight hours of class per week,
and delinquent boys. This is the atteig t oftgate teret-
primary goal of the camp now. atmtn oitert hoel
8-oz NEW YORK STRIP STEAK 1 50 cal and empirical concepts with
*OOZ * * *"We live in a relatively unag- their daily experiences at the
Bth d th cho of gressive society," Prof. Martin camp.
Gold of the psychology depart- The camp receives money from
salad, homemade roll, butter ment, program director of the three major sources. Since the
Q;Fresh Air Camp, said. "There is camp is considered a course in
competition for money and grades, special education, psychological
0 Student Specials 95c 0 Ger man meat pattie 35c but we rarely experience true in- nursing, the school of social work
y cidents of aggression. We are dis- and the psychology department,
V covering how we will react to the University contributes to the
' 300 S. THAYER 7 a.m.-7 p.m. Mon.-Fri. a these emotions while also helping camp's support. The camp also
665-4967 / a.m.-2 p.m. Sat. I the campers regain society." receives private contributions and
v i Gold cited the camp's second federal grants from the National
CLOSED SUN DAY I purpose as diagnostic. The camp- Institute of Mental Health. The
ers, boys ranging from the ages of latter are generally stipends to the
7 to 14, are referred to the camp married students.
1by agencies such as mental hos- With this aid, the camp will
pitals, reformatories, g u i d a n c e take on a new look this summer,
clinics and courts. They can at- Gold said. Expansion is the key
tend a two or a four-week session. word. Over $120,000 will build
A boy is under 24-hour obser- facilities for 20 more staff mem-
vation at the camp, and thus ex- bers and 1* additional boys, rais-
tensive information can be gath- ing the total number of boys to 80.
ered to help the agency upon his ,
eredto he tThis is only one step in a series
"Lastly, the camp has never lost which is constantly improving and
its original goal of getting boys enlarging the camp," Gold said.
off the streets. Many of the boys, He views the achievements of
because of their difficulties, live the camp with favor. As a training
under conditions where they can't and diagnostic center, it is suc-
run 10 yards without reaching a cessful. As a camping experience
locked door," Gold explained. "The for the boys, it is rarely surpass-
camp takes boys who, because of able. However, there is a problem
their problems, could not go else- involved in evaluating its effect.
where and gives them an all- "Most of the agencies which re-
around camping experience in an fer boys to us request some im-
open setting." provement in the boys after the
-; .The camp's facilities are in no camping experience, but often on-
way diferent from other camps ly because they are looking for it
and are perhaps better, Gold said. or expecting it," Gold explained.
The boys live eight to a cabin, "Therapy itself is not among
roughly divided by age group, as the camp's goals. It is almost an
- -.;well as by emotional and matura- insurmountable task to erase a
tional level. Their activities are past of over 360 weeks in the brief
tempered to each boy's character, span of two or four weeks.".

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