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PAGME TWO,

THE MICHIGAN DAIIN

SUINDAY, 14 FEBRUARY 1965

TOP SEVEN PER CENT:
Bran~strom Award sGo to 335 Freshimen

The Week To Come: a Campus Calendar.

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SUNDAY, FEB. 14

A total of 355 freshmen have ~ DENTA
been awarded the William J. Bran-i Mary B. Kehoe.
strom Prize for Scholarship. IRAU

kL HYGIENE '

E Thomas M.'McAuliffe, Margaret Mc-
Cracken, Timothy J. McDaid, Virginia
McFarland, Donna L. McNair, Peter F.
McNeenly, Bruce McPherson, Martha E.

hofer, Patricia A. Morton, Susan K. 2:30 and 8:30 p.m.-The Pro-
Nelson, Stephen J. Smith, Martha A.' fessional Theater Programn will'
Todd, Ellen B. Tolson, Lola R. Weir. :Present "An Evening's Frost."
X~rTIDTT.-new play project, in the Mendel-

18:30 p.m.-Peter Yates will dis-
cuss the, "Composite Lecture." in
Rackham Lecture Hall.
8:30 p.m. -- Doctoral Students'
will perform part II of "The1

IM, SCIENCE.AND

Honored for having attained al THE ARTS' Medlar, Kathryn R. Meistrich. Larry H.NUSN ssohn Theatre. PooivPaoSnts"i h
grae pintIn hetopsevn pr ATSMetnick, Carol A. Meyer,-Judith L.
gaepitntetpsvnprsMye. Terri E. Atkin, Susan D. Beaudway, 7 and 9 p.m. - Cinema Guild; Recital Hall of the School ofI
cent of their class with 12 hour Stuart P. Adler, Carl M. Aihstrom- Mye. rudv A. Burkett;, Priscilla K. Cheever, wilDeet"h i. trigMu ic.
Judith A. Altman, Mary -M. Appelt, Marcia L Mikrut. Cynthia A. Miller, M.llConwentl",eDana" H.arinage,
of c e i ,th inr tt e H nM lsa H es e ec ik s h r 'oc to Aprill9willRbe mun rdJyceA . Bakr, K m el a . M c rn aiy . M m , M r l
awarded a book of their choice Baker, Samuel L. Barlaam, Earl D. K.Mu.a MchelS. as, a;ne'HunGye . PMiecBrbPneoeaa.ra teArhtetreAd
frmaslcino 1tte.Wn amatl ahy .Bcet ah-Nelson, Elaine D. Newman Mary K ~PteJn .Pie br . 8:30 p.m. - The University's 8:30 a.m.-George S. Odiorne o
fo &Seetoof2ttlsWi-ryn L aBeebe,aSanford Ae Bell, Kath- Nielsen, Roselee A. Nolish, Judith M Rose. Billie J. Wason Janice . Sho fMsc wl rsn h uiesSho illcu
ners may view the selections at a ry .Byr hmsJ lcAieOberg Marvin A. Oleshansky, Michael Welan Susan Yahnke. TchomaoleveMuck. ili st ntcco-eon u"MnaementSbyo o bjilective
special display in the UGLI, Mon- D Bloch, Robert K. Boggs. C, ihausen, Arthur J. Olson Nancy PHARMACY pnied by Les McWiliams. pianist Rslts-Oriented Appasaty
day, February 15 through Wednes- Cynthia" A. Bohr Barbara K. Bond, S. Paohik, Lewis J. Paper.i ubi ectlinpctapaltra"i he c ia l nion.
dayFebruaryl7. Wesley J. Borys, Robert D. fosak,.Kar- Gerald R. Parker. Alex Perel. James Mararet E. Craig. Timothy N. Pickirth ublcampuit.lOn Rctllthe urgr 11 thp MchigrberniW.Hid
daFbura7 n A. Bourns, Richard.C. Boyd, Virginia Persons, Teresa L. Peterson, Elizabeth ens Rchard A. Sams. N)t aps ntenozar :0pm ebrW id-
Those who do not preference L. Bradley, Shelley L. Brontman, Chris- J. Pfender. Miriam E. Pianfetti, Karn will e "Soond Sonata" 11906- branldt, assistant professor of
a book by 5 p.m. Wednesday Will Oina L. Brooks. Judith M. Brown, Rich- L "Peel, 'Joyce K. Piel, Robert Pinkel ENGINEERING 1910) by Ives; and "Duo Con- pCh illete02,"81g
receive Carl Sandburg's "Abra- iard R. Burns, Gertrude Casselman, Cate Charles B. Pnlook. Nancy A. Pyste. Spcchwii leturion
TePareYaso T. Chapman. Kathleen Cleveland, Stephen W. Randolph, Rayna S. Rapp, WlimRAb. rcR.nence'tot"(932) by Stravinsky. in h eatetOfc"m
ha icl:Robert N, Clinton, Barbara J. Coh- Margaret J. Reagh, Susan E. Redlicrh, Lawrence J. Aubet John J. Blair, Ste- 8:30 p.n.--Paul Kunt'7 Paris-t MihganUin
ARCHITECTURE AND DESIGN enmAmyon, Carol C., Cole- du an.Ree SsnM ok R. Bower.: Rbert L. Bratzler, Howard concert in the Chambei Atsg
Penelope L. Bedwell, Eric Benttinen, manCr,MSusaetB. ColmaJn, Hldu Judith: Rosengard,- Gayle F. Rubin Burg, Gary C Chatters, Darryl R Cher- inhnEapkihamniAuri.y ui'dler
H.omas H. d Wilfrid H.Haugh - V ooMrae B o ,Jh .Richard B. Rubinson. Paricia A. Ry- [on, Richard Cohen. Stuart L. Corwin, Srei achm u.ur-'Jreon.~hopkineUnivrsituwillae
,MrK.Oie,'Cook. Alan K. Dayd,~ Diana. V. .Da- an, Jamnes T. Rybock, Richard L. San- John C. Dalby, Christopher Erickson,1 the aiizpics of the Univesity tr n TeFn tutr n
ey, Saa .Herndon, MarylK. O ive, Janie A; Dinegar David H Dis - droJe .SxRneS ar.Cals .Elr ila .FnSm i cceyo Molecular Organization of Visual
Jonathan rh W. Peter, Jonathon P T k-idrsoDJelv.dSxeWR.ee'.rakre;C-arLsyKnier Wilia C.Fin, Sm-M 1ial Soit. On the program
burt, Stuart C. WillinmsiDvdW rke ynL.Dik Dale A: Sherr, Ellen R. Scheuer. Don- uel H. Fuller. John E. Gwynn, Rob-, will be "Sonata with trumoet" by R'ceptors"' in the Third level am-
amer. Arthur S. Duffendack, Alan . M. na R Schneider, Morris R. Schoenberg, art H. Hamilton. Richard A. Harmon, ..ptetro h eia cec
EDCTO unker, " Murray N. Ehinprels, George B. Kae, .Schwab, Adra . Schwartz. John D. Hasse, Robert Hoeberling, Tony Gabil:"ocroi ao
EUAIN .Elvove, Mary R. Ericksoi. . nCai E Schwrtz, David H. Schwarz Hsu, Robert M. Hutchens, Douglas H. for violoncello" by Haydn: Syr-
Linda G. 'Ferguson, Norman E. Fisch- Feeik FlkmGeoy W James M. Scfield. ge, Eric Johnson, Paul . Kaan, Law- Ohonvy No 1 in G major" by 4:10 p.m. - John F. Dearden. to:
er,Nai'da L. Kafft, Jerry B O'Neill , icBraaFoerJdt.A o- Doald M Selcer, Susan P. Se"moflnceF endy onW KtJh
Judith R. Oppenhen, Richard C. Yanz,ltus, rbra.Foxe,JMarth AE. Fre-Richard P. Sheetz Barbara A. Shemel A. LaDronka, Edward A.,Martin James S + On "V: Coci~o natic an h I:ofRetritilspLieaky "i
NTRLRSUCS berg, Lawrence J. Gagnon,. Grant C. Neil B. Shister. Georgia H. Shobrg. B. Martin. mjrO rupt yTlmn:adVtcnI Ato 1 et
NTRLRSUCS Gentry, Kenton L. Gill, Stephen M oil. Linda J. Shyavitz, Martin S. Siegel, Richard K. McCamney. Michael McCor- "Snfonittta for strings" by Rous- an~cmnia cin"i ui
Its. Jordon H. Ginsburg, Lawrence. Gold- Michael M. Siegel. Marc L. Simmons. mick. John W. MCuloch, Robert W.1 sel: and "Rumanin Dances" by orium A, Angell Hall. wi
Charles W. Cherney. --man, Esther T. Goodstein, John _F. RbertRL. SSimpmons, JefssicaJL. Si mon, McKenziHryB usaMcalBro.AofShram rm :0pm-tnod Eikeg
- --Grabowski.. ayR ko.BraaJSomn .NuaerMakMNol.obr
IRobert M. Granum, Steven A. G'ss-. Mark J. Smelson, Michael J. Smilg, L. Overmnars, John M. Powers. DanielI pet, and Miche l Renard. vilOni- guest lectuer will discuss, "The inh
1B4Ofer man, Susan M. Hagadorn,. James G. Donald C. Smith. Reitman, John D. Richrt, Rita J. =cllo, will appeal' as soloists. Theory of Learning," in the re- th
"Boarer Hagen, Dale R. Harger, Antic M. Barbara J Sokolov, Gregory A. SpalySn, Peter G. Schreiner, Daniel Se- cital hall of the Music School.
Hasche-Kluender, Richard H. Hayward, Walter S. Spiler, Stephen L. Spitz.it'orek, Frederick G. Smith, James E. MOND)AY. FEB. 15 8:0pm-D.RbrtSube
iv 4. arisAlice F. Hecht, Richard Y. Bertzberg, Richar~d T. Sprague. Jared B. Stamen, Soden. Stuart Starkweather Scott L :0Pm- r oetSube
F! , IV I rd Jo nneHeyood, ElenK,-Bnteman Daiel J.Steck Judith E. Steere, Nan- Strodtman, Mark B. Wainer, Dana E. 8:30 a.m.-George S. Odiorne of field of the University of Texas T
YuyW yG Sen ~t . SteinberStnog.Wila, Robert . Wilcoxs, GLarrld " B Ch otwtr ~ ~ '
Jane"GLHuggnnsmMargueriteeE.ivyde, ReorgesSternbachiWilliamsfRober
JnG.Hgisl t ltiS 1David A. Ingrum . - . .' Helen M. Stone, Marion D. Sutton, L. Yax. _________ suts-Oriented Appraisal Systems" chiatry to Education" in the of
Merle L. Jacob, Squire Jaros, 0 Q Leonard J. Szymanski Kathryn L. in the Michgan Unon. Children's Psychiatric Hospital of
A new extra-curricular activi-. Jeter, Shira A Joffe,' Cyntha E Jones, rtch, Diana K Temple, Barry M.4 m.D EgrFBoatAuiru.!
ties award, sponsored by the Stu- 7 Marshall P. Jones, Bruce S. Kahn, Alan Thall, Christine L. Thomas, Sara F.V O re t ,iQ of the Depatment of Sociology 8:00 p.m.-University President IQ
detRelations Board of the Uni- IN Kaplan, Carole ayeapran, Janet . Thomas, Corelia J Tr ey John S.o the University of Wisconsin,i Haran Hatcher will introduce ( A
den Kaplan, Gail A. ,;Kaye, Patricia A. Turk, "Elizabeth Valiance, Elizabeth O pe
versity Development Council, is; Kell, Katherine. A. . Kelso, 'Cavin B. Van Reuth..Thoas Vander Mey, Ma ra'ositlonlS ( en~f will speak on, "Personality and Michael Harrington, Jr. He will
being offered for the first time; Kirchick, Andrew A. Kives, Roberta L: Viss, Julia Wang. Sandra M. War- r7 Research in the Social Woik Audi- keynote the University's Poverty I
this prin: Kltzky arc, Lida M Weis, Wlma . weter-toliuenofthLindaz BM.diWeissosiWiwimahis.peWht"nera
this sp rg. -30eahwllb DvdA..igoMegn"R tIStrom Jeffrey. D. Wicks, Cheryl L totuudfetetFiearBildng. Symosimiithhisspechr-
,ieaad f$0 ahwl eson, Paula Koepke,.Justin F. Krasnoft', Wilton; David F, Wrubel, Rodger A ar$o engItl- 8p~m. Jeremy J. Stone. of the the Midst of Plenty," at Rackhamor
presented March 13 on the basis Wilmont R, Krels, Linda B. Krohfler, Young," Steven H. Young,. Linda L.I viewed for positions as counselors, Harvard University Centei' foi' In- Lectuie Hall. l
of "!outstanding service to the Ellen L. Kroh, Robert. A. La, Budde, Vunis Karen D. Zalenko, Harvey im at two freshman orientation 5se- ternational Affairs will speak onl,1 8 p..-Jane Shwertfeger of of
Univrsit." Rcipintswill be Ruthelen Lefkowitz, Mark Lehman, Ed, bler, Paul F. Zittel, Kristine Zvirbulis. sins to be held at the Fresh Air "H,-ow Shall Missile Procuement the Education school will speak
Uiest"Reiinsward S. Leib, Anne W. Levy, RichardCap erBigtnAu.2-,
chosen from nominations solicited J Levy, Ann S. Liebrecht, Kenneth R., MUSICCapnrBigtAu.2-, be Halted in the Soviet iron ad' on Current Interests in Pre- h
fromn activities heads or from pe- Little, Clark . Lubbers, Paul D. Man- and 2224. teUie tts"i l eodSho nihet, oP ab
titlons from individuals seeking de.roh A. Courtney, Jane M. MarsFiethnGsafoCet r.Hmpnn The sessions will be ol 'Educa- flooi' lounge of the dIental Health! da Theta in the University Ele- pa
teaad.Booke S. Matthews, Gregory S. May, Son, Anne S. Hembrey, Ronald S. Long- tion: A Quest fo What." Resach Institute. mentary School Library. A
Petitions are available in the "
O ffice of Financial A ids in t e " '' ', ::::. ... . . . "? / x v::: :[~::":i":}}i~~:":::: :? F:':4:?:,...::r.::: ::::::: ..::........... ...b.....:,............_. ::. .:.:
SAB or in the student offices of ~
___DAL OFC.AL'ULEI
the Michigan Union and Women'Y O FI:r
League. They are due March 3. A ,IA L BLEN
15th ANNUAL ... ...
AThe. aily,..ffcial Bulletin is anI Chamber A05s Series 'Conert - Paris1 MON.,lFEB15- School in Pontic Luthean Student Soc St/Math; H.S.-EngI, Span./Engl.,
D A N C l otfirizl .#Nbcation of The Univer- Chamber Orchestra.Paul Kuentz con- Joes & Laughlin Steel Corp Pitts- Capel Hill St and S Forest Ave Tpe C
sity f 1'ichigan, for which The I uctor Adoph Sche aum trumpet so- urgh, Pa-Econ Engl,Rx'st Gen Lib E~FB 4
Mivhligax), Daly Assumes no editor- gist: Rackham Letue al 8:30 pm Ats Poli Sli Psych & Soc for sales Student 'Monist Organiaton of Hillel WieDo l-HS it)Eo., FEB. 24
Ia epq~b~t. oie sol etng pogram located in Detot Mich and the Israeli Studens Asoiaton Cci H(..Ds.EoiGo.
Club ectur: J. . Hudon Co, Detoit -Men &; (cosponsrs), A ParyIsrelim"fLit.,gl.Drama,., CounselunslVoVoc
Ssent ;.xn) pT WRITTEN form to Independent SocialistCubLcre j ,HusnC.Deoi-Mn& c-pnss)"APtysali fa Elec., Home c., Auto Mech. Auto
Room 5g Apt stratIon Bldg. bie- Frank Marquart, editor of Dissent," women with degree in~ any major field, ;tling the Nagila Dances (profession-i Mech/atnGrsPByPE
forp 2 , the day preceding .speaking on "The State q teUAW," I Psitions in merchandising, retailing & alngrouSat.,sFeb.i0,s:30tm, fHillddoel, Taes iy Mc.-Ee. o
11 for Sa, -_ by 2 p.m. Friday Sun., Feb. 14, 7:30 p.m., , ichigan Un-' exec. dev. program. 1429Si.Fe.20 :0 ~. HilleS. , Typere CA;, J.- El./em, Ego-
fa~StuIrda jd Sunday. General ion, Room 3C. TUES., FEB. 16-149HlStcaTpA;J -i./eg El,
Ndtmss m hbe published a mai- .--- ... First National Bank of Chicago, Il.~- fol mgit. trng.. merchandising & re- MathSci., Rem. Read., Vocal; HS.-
?ilk .,Eng., Eng.Span., Am. Hist./Soc.,
C x' 4 of t) ztifmes on request; Day Dept. o Linguistics: Frenh and Ger- Degree in any field for banking, econ.,; tailing.
' n lenidar iotr appear once only. mhan language examinations will be toreign trade, mgmt. trug.. office man- Aluminum Co. of America, Pits- World Hist., ~ovt.'Bon., Biol., Band
Ciuden or ., jion notices are not given Mon. and Li'es., March 8 and 9. agement. Men & women, burgh, Pa.-Majors in Arch., Econ. Cen. (exp.), Sp./Guid., Home Ec., Draft.
x > w' i3'.ation must r otfq'tlte Departmental Degrees in Econ., Eng., & Gen. Lib. rec. & Conservation), Poll, S., Psych. Art, M.R. Girls P; J.H.-Home c?I
+ 1 4, ,,,BRUAY 14office of thei, .4. pontti to do so on o rs Positions i Mgmt. Trng. Prod.: Chem. (organic& physical), for Vocal, Math, Span./ngl., Gn.St.,
R I before Tues., Ma 1 , i Territorial sales. Located in Muske- Mgmt Trng. Program. Top half of class: Fr. Span.. Girls PB. Mat/Si.; H.S. g
( =ratv Vi'lndar <'' Burroughs, Wellcome & Co., Tucka-. U.S. PE, Span., Fr., Dr. Ed.. Home Ec., Biol.,
* IHTEkein S X (ilI(1CaV hoe, NY.-Degree in any maor field for' EDUCATION DIVISION: IA., Lb.
WITH 6 Profesional Tlwtatre Program New . pharm. ales and sales promotion. Ter- The following list of schools will be THIURS, FEB. 25-r
hoTROHE ~ ~ ?rj n~. Hall's "An Eve- ,MEng~io~ring Miech┬░Aanis oe minr .rtoisi erot&ohr .lc-interviewing at the Bureau of Appoint- La Puente, Calif.-Elem., El. Span.;
ARSACAEM".sing', ~st ' 1enttisOhfl Theate, MHatrthate, "Aalsi3f0o.n tions (p.m. only). nients for prospective teahers for 1965 J.H.-Sci., Eng., I.A.; H.S.-Sci (Chem
ARTSACAEMYsin plex Strews States in Classical Plastic- I WED.. FEB. 17- during the week beginning Mon., Feb.Py, Math, Span., Fr., Engl., Bus.I
DNESUET ty"MnFb1.4pm.31 W.American Hospital Supply Corp., Evan- 22. hrs i~ I.
FR.FB $0 ..Cniern.stn, Il.-Degree in any field for mgmS. ClairShrsMc-EemLi,
< Teri":nghte-'. sale promotion & territorial sales MON., FEB. 2?- Art, P, Vocal: JT.H.-Bngl., Math. Gen.I
SAT., FEB. 27 2:30 Mat.. Jackie ;Coogan in TeKdArhte-Sociology ~ Deartmental cLorlquium:: Throughout U.S lpnMc.-lmEl ui, SciS., Vocal/Instr.; H.S.-Engl., Math,1
:00 P.M. lueAd,7ad9pm Dr. Edgar F; BOratta, "Personality and Maritime Admin., Wash., D.C. - Men E.-pHr;JH.Lb; .SBuBi.ChmPys.Ce., Girls P;
LYIAMEDESSHNTHATE cholofMuicHoor Rcial Research," Mon., Feb. 15, 4 p.m.. Social z~ women with degrees iiiEcGn EcnG n . o.A. o.Cod pc d
ALL SEATS RESERVED Thmas Leveck, violinist: Recital Hall, Work Ad, Frieze Bldg. Lb. Art, Hist., Journ., & Poli. S. Wyoming, Mich.-Elem. E. Art, Fr., Seattle, Wash.-Elem. K-6, Hoe c.,r
$1.50 eves. ON SALE FEB. 22 School of Music, 8:30 p.M. .*; i. Posit ois nn mgmt. trng.. statistics, Span., Journ., Lib., Drafting, El. Girls Ind. Arts, Math, Gen. St., Girls PE,r
$1.00 mat. AT BOX OFFICE_____ Arms Control Seminar: Mon., Feb. transprtation & gen. writing. Candi- PB. Sec. Girls P, Sec. Ed., Speech! Spec. Ed.. Seb. Psych.I
'AtT*JZ OEN JSho fMscDcoa eia 15, 8-10 p.m., 2nd: Floor Lounge, Mental "dates chosen from FSEE & Mgmt. In- Theatre. Wspr on l ils
Robert Jones, organist: Hill Aud., 8:30 'Health Research Institute. Speaker: Jer-, tern Registers. Madison, Wis.-Elem. K-6, J.H. - Prt Huron, Mich.-Al Fields exceptI
p~.-emy J. Stone, Harvard University, Cen- laItenational Milling Co.. Minneapolis, Eng.. Soc. St., Engl.Hist., Eng. Civis, SocngtnSt. & Pieds.B.
___________________ _________ter fo nentiniAfir,"o Min.-- Degree in Econ. & Gen. Lib. Arts Biol., Gen. Sl,, Home Ec., Math; H S
Shall Missile Procurement Be Halted 'oi mgmt. triig.Lcated throughout US.s E hmEn-F em n AlngoV.AlIils
_______________the____________ Soviet Union and the United LaSa le & Koch Co., Toledo, Ohio -,Span., Home E.Id Arts, Math Phys-l HuFRint.-Ee., FEB.-Egg--
..3..A 1f 1 ,.A4A a ostwnh rtr rStates?" .Men & women. Gen. Lib. Arts degrees ics. Soc. St.. Art. Lib. El./VoalI- , ,b~mFr . ,,,, ;~n r F.,

pi'esent "Butterfield. Berkeley and
Bluestone: A symposium on Stu-
dent Freedom" in the North Con-
coui'se of East Quadrangle. Speak-
irg will be Fi'. Celestine Steiner,
Chaneellor of the University of
Detroit; Assoc. Dean James H.
Robertson of the Office for Stu-
dent Affairs; and Stuar't Zelmer,
dirrector of East Quadrangle.
7 and 9 p.m.-Cinema Guild
will present "Ivan the Terrible
Part IT" in the Architecture Audi-
torium.
8 p.m..--The University Players
will present Chez Torpe in True-
blood Auditorium..
8:2?0 p.m.-The Budapest Str'ing
Quartet will perform in Rackham
Auditorium at 8:30 p.m.
FRIDAY. FEB. 19
4:15i p.m. -- Paul Ziff of the
University of Wisconsin will lec-
ture on "Knowing and Believing~
in r'oom 1035 Angell Hall.
4:15 p.m .-Lester T. Ruttedg~e
of the Phychology Departm~ent
will lecture on "Brain Stimula-.
tion and Altered Brain Function"
in Auditorium C. Angell Hall.
7 and 9 p.m.-Cinema Guild
will- present, "Ivan the Terrible
Part TI" in the Architecture Audi-
torium.'
8 0.m.-The University Players
will present Chez Torpe in True-
blood Auditorium.
8:30 p.m:-The Budapest String
Quartet will perform in Racidiam
Auditorium.
SATURDAY, FEB. 20

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FRANCOIS BILLETDOUX
WEDNESDAY, FEB. 17
4 p.m.T. 0. Sippel of the Ana-
)my department will lecture on
age Changes in Lens Metabolism"
12501 East Medical Building.
4 p.m.-Harry Koffler of Purdue
ill lecture on "The Molecular Or-
anization of Bacterial Flagella,"
zthe third level ampitheater of
e Medical Science Building.
8 p.m.-The University Players
ill present Billetdoux's "'Chez
)rpe" in Trueblood Auditorium.
8 p.m.-Mayor Richard Daley of
hicago will speak on the "Blight
f'Our' Cities" in H'ill Aud. as hrit

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the Poverty Symposium. 4:30 and 7:30 p.m. -' Marilyn
8:30 p.m.-The Budapest String Mason, Organist will 'perform a
quartet will perform in Rackham' recital at Studio 2110.
uditorium. 7 and 9 p.m.-Cinema Guild
THURDAY FEB 18presents Charlie Chaplin's, "The
THURSAY, FB. 1 Great Dictator" in the architec-
4 p.m.-I. R. Gibbons of Han'- tune auditor'ium.
ard University will speak on "The 8 p.m.-The Ann Arbor Figure
rganization of Cilia and Flagel- Skating Club will present "Mel-
," in the third level ampitheater ody on Ice" on the University
fthe Medical Science Building.; ice rink.
4:10 p.m.-Maurice Regard, of 8 p.m..-University players will
ae University of Aix-Marseille present Chez Torpe in Trueblood
ill lecture on, "Balzac : Sens en Auditorium.
artee de la Comedie Humaine" in 8:30 p.m.-The Budapest String
.uditorium B. Angell Hall. Quartet will perform in Rackham
7 p.m.-The Pilot Project will Auditorium.

International Contemporary Music
ONCE Festival 1965
11 Feb.-Spectacular Theatre Music
1 2 Feb.-Orchestra,
1 3 Feb.-Electronic Music & Cybersonics
14 Feb.-Lukas Foss Ensemble

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8 :30 P.M.

VFW Hall

314 E. Liberty

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Another of Chaplin's delightfully comic, richly pothet-*I
ic stories of the stylish tramp.
SChaplin's delicately removes his fingerless dress gloves
and extravagantly selects a half-smoked butt from a
sardine-can cigarette case in a gesture that lifts the,'
r tramp from the realities of poverty to the glories of;
aristocracy. 11
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Lost Times Tonight at 7 and 9
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1 ~ADMISSION: FIFTY CENTS1
1 The Third Ann Arbor Film Festival is coming in March.
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a unique event inmioUpict ~ue mniwry
2 complete films on the same subject-
YIIE L'EXPERIMENT!"
EXPERIENCE! -XY r ' "FASCINATING"
160 *-he lII),

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MY NIGHTS I MY DAYS
WITH FRANCOISE/ WITH JEAN-MARC

Bureau of Industrial Relations Per-
'sonnel- Techniques- Seminar-George S
Odiorne, Graduate School of" Businese
Administration, "Management by Ob-
jectives - Results-Oriented Appraisal
Systems": Michigan Union, 8:30 a.m.
School of Music anidIDramatic Arts
Center Lecture-Peter Yates, guest lec-
turer, 'Composite Lecture": Rackham
Lecture Hall, 8:30 p.m.
School of Music DMA Piano Series
Recital-Doctoral Students in Piano
Performance, "The Prokofiev Piano So-
natas-Paurt II": Recital Hall. School of
Music, 8 :316p'm*.
Placen t
iANNOUNCEMENTS:
jAttn.: Seniors-Univ. of Minnesota,
Minneapolis, announces applications
now being accepted for careers in pro-
fessional, hospital, reseaach & engrg.,
including Librarians, Editors,. Pharma-
cists, Chemists & Civil Engrg. On~the-
Sjob educ, opportunities available. De-1
tails at Blireau.
jOhio State Univ., Columbus - An-
nounces Grad Resident Assistantships!
available for 2: yr. work-study programt
.Iu Student.-Fersonnel Work leading to
s MA orPhD.┬░ Reclpieltts serve as resi-
dence hail ass't., group advisers & coun-
selors. "B" average req. Room, boai'd &,
salary paid. Details at Bureau.
FPLACEMEN T'INTERVIEWSi 'Bureau'
' of A4ppointments--Senio~rs & g ad sty~-
edents, please call 764-7460 for t ppoint-
m nents with the following:

{ORGANIZATION
NOTICES
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.
Alpha Phi Omega, Executive meet-
ing, Feb. 14, 2 p.m., Room 3524 SAB.
Gamma Delta (Lutheran Student
Group, Missouri Synod). Supper, 6j
p.m., discussion with students from
Wesley. 6:45 p.m., Feb. 14. Univer-
sity Lutheran Chapel, i511. Washtenaw.
Graduate Outing Club, Hiking and/or
Ice skiting, Feb. 14, 2 p.m.. Rackham,
Huron St. entrance.
Guild House, Presentation and discus-
sion of 'Christian Thought," Rev. J.
Edgar Edwards, Feb. 14, 7-8 p.m.; Mon.,1
? Feb. 15, noon luncheon, 12-1 p.m., Prof.
Pani C. McCracken, School of Bus.
Ad., "Implications- of the British Fi-
nancial Situation"; Tuesday noon
luncheon, Feb. 16, 12-1 p.m.. Henry
Wallace. Graduate School of Social
Work, "Social Power, Self-destructive
or Self-Cr'eative?", Guild House. 802
Monroe.
la Sociedad Iispanica. Tertulia
hines. 3-5, 3050 Frieze Bldg., Vengon
todos.
L utheran Student Chapel (National
Lutheran Council), Worship services
Sun, Feb., 14, 9:30 and 11 a.m. (Holy
Communion at 11); Sunday evening
program, 7 p.m.. "The Church's Pro-
phetic Role in Eduication," with Philip
Wargelin, principal of Northern High

stru., M.R., Girls PB/Health.
Littleton, Colo.-Elem. K-6, Vocal orr
Gen. Music, PB; J.H.-Engl./Soc. St.,
Math. Fr., Span.. Fine Arts, Home
Ec., Counsel., Girls PB; H.S. - Span.,
Fr.. Math, Home Bc., Chain., Arts/'
Crafts, Ind. Arts, Physics.
TUES., FEB. 23-
Royal Oak, Mich.-Elem., Spec. Ed. -
Sp. Corr., M.R., El. Vocal, Span.,.JJH.-I
Engl./Soc. St., Math/Gen. Sdi.; H.S. -
Engl., Chanm., Physics, Math, Span., Ind.F
Arts, Soc. St. (MA and/or exp.).I
Midland, Mich.-Elem. K-6. Lib., Sp.1
Ed.-M.R., Em, Dist., Vocal, Instr., Art;(
J.H.-Engl., Engi./Soc. St., Math. Math;
Typ., Bio./Phys, Sci,, Phys. Sci., Fr.,
Span., Girls PB, Boys PB. I.A.;H.-i
Engl., Math, Home Bc., Girls PE, Phys.I
Sci., Psych Soc., Bus., Ind. Arts.7
Bellflower, Calif. - Elem.; J.H.-
Engl., Soc. St., Sci., Math, For. Lang.,
Girls PB, Ind. Arts, Home E., F.A.;
HS.-Engl., Journ.. Math, Sci., F.A., I.1
A., Bus. Ed., Rome Ec., Girls PB.I
Muskegon, Mich.-Eieni.. Type A, J.

Guid., Read., Lib., Sp./Drama, Sp. Ther-
ap., Girls PB, Art, Soc. St., Math/Sci.
Seattle, Wash.-See Thurs., Feb. 25.
Ka~leva, Mich. - Phys./Chem./Math,
Shop/Engl., Spec. Ed., Elem. grares 1 &
5.
Manistee, Mich.-Special Education-
Type A-B-C.
Kalamazoo, Mich.-Blem., Spec. Ed..
All Fields.
Mt. Kisco, N.Y. - Elem., Sec.-Biol.,
Phys., Gen. Sci.. World Hist.. Math,
Latin, Engl., Art/Ihd. Arts, Strings, Lib.,
Nurse, Read. Cons.
OVERSEAS INTERVIEW:
FEB. 23-
United Church Board for World Min-
istries-Linguistics (MA or PhD), Eng-!
lish,.-Math, All Sc)., Home Ec., Other
Fields.
Make Appointments Now.
For additional information and ap-
pointments contact the Bureau of Ap-
pointments. Education Division, 3200
SAB. 764-7462.

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