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THE MICHIGAN RAIL

THURSDAY} 25 FEBRUARY 1965

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How To Create Jobs Ford Grant To Further

In Michigan-1970?

Studies of Population

(Continued from Page 1)
"This will be true in 1970 a.
well as the years that follow, when
the competition among regions i
likely to intensify and the need
for growth is compounded with the
problems that such growth enge*g
ders."
In the introduction, Haber, Spi-
vey. and Warshaw stated, "It i
becoming increasingly clear thai
job creation is also closely related
to the education of persons in the
labor force and to research and
development activities in the pri-
vate sector. In this respect the
state's educational system consti-
tutes one of its most important
resources."
Non-White Employment °
Another problem spotlighted ir
the book is that of non-white em-
ployment. "Unfortunately, too few
Negroes will possess the educatior
and training that will be required
in the labor market of the latter
half of the 1960's and the 1970's.

created as a by-product of indus-
trial automation and services t
the broad areas around Detroit.

(Continued from Page 1)
on the development of an injec-1
tion to prevent pregnancy.
--The Center for Population

Analyses
In analyzing the "Social Struc-
ture of the Michigan Labor Mar-
ket, Prof. Louis A. Ferman of the
Institute of Labor and Industrial
Relations foresaw several prob-
lems.
These included "an unprece-
dented demand for professional,
technical and skilled workers"
which will be fulfilled only with
difficulty because of the "inade-
quacy of the present structure of
vocational training in the state
the failure to plan for sufficient
expansion of higher education and
the drain of talent."
Another section of "Michigan
in the 1970's" is "The Supply of
Capital in the United States" b3
James O'Leary of the Life In-
surance Association of America.
He stated, '"looking ahead for the
next decade, it seems likely that
barring a renewal of inflationary

Planning will develop family plan-j
ning teaching programs, do re-
search on hospital services in the
family planning field, and study
community acceptance of intra-
uterine contraceptive devices.
The population program will be
under the general direction of a
policy committee which will direct

ed will also be on the committee.
They are Prof. Albert J. Reiss,I
chairman of the sociology depart-
ment; Dr. J. Robert Willson,
chairman of the gynecology and
obstetrics department of the Med-
ical School, and Dr. Donald C.
Smith, chairman of the health
development department of the
public health school.

ACROSS CAMPUS:
Army To Offer 1000 Four-Year ROTC Scholarships
WASHINGTON-The Army has the University High School. room on the second floor of the I 4:15 p.m.-Prof. Norbett Mintz,
received Defense Department au- 4:15 p.m.-Prof. William T. San- Union. of Brandeis University, will lec-
thority to grant 1000 ROTC ders of Pennsylvania State Uni- 7 and 9 p.m.-Cinema Guild will ture on "Ethnic Differences in At-
scholarships next fall and an ad- versity will speak on "The Cul- present John Huston's "The titudes toward Psychotic Symto-
ditional 1000 per year in succeed- tural Ecology of the Teotihuacan Treasure of the Sierra Madre" in matology: Irish and Jews" in
ing years. Valley" in Aud. C. the Architecture Aud. Aud. C.
It plans to offer the scholar- 4:10 p.m.-Prof. Leo F. Schnore 7:30 p.m.-Movies, slides, and 7 and 9 p.m.--Cinema Guild will
ships to freshman as well as to of the University of Wisconsin exhibits on South Africa will be present John Huston's "The
advance course ROTC students. will lecture on "Cooley as a Ter- shown in the third floor confer- Treasure of the Sierra Madre" in
Four hundred of the 1000 schol- ritorial Demographer" as part of ence room of the Union as part the Architecture Aud.

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arship allocations next year will

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The University's interdisciplin- be given to college freshmen, who
y approach to the handling of will be able to receive scholarship
opulation is being stressed as an assistance for their full four years.
nportant feature of the proposed The remaining 600. scholarships

the Charles Horton Cooley cen-
tennial lecture series in Aud. A.
4:10 p.m.-Ronald Hingley of
St. Antony's College, Oxford, will
lecture on "Chekhov and the Art

program development, coordinate and ongoing research. are be-ng earmarked for advance nti inuA
research and training activities, Available Resources (juniors) students and will cover of Translation in Aud. A.
and administer the discretionary The University has available not a two-year period. 4:15 p.m.--Omega chapter of
research fund. only personnel and facilities in * Phi Kappa Delta will present a
Coordination the three units already discussed, THURSDAY, FEB. 25 faculty panel on the problems and
Specific programs within the but also.has available the Survey 1 p.m.-Lee E. Danielson of the prospects of the teacher certifica-
centers will be coordinated by an Research Center, the Research Institute of Industrial Relations tion program at the University in
operating committee. It will con- Center for Group Dynamics, the will lecture on "Managing the De- the University Elementary School.
sist of Prof. Ronald Freedman, Institute of Public Administration, partmental Office in the Union. 7 p.m.-Prof. Lee Meyerson, of
coordinator of the Population the Audio-Visual Center, and the 2:15 p.m.-Nicolas Rashevsky the psychology dept. of the Uni-
Studies Center; Dr. Samuel Behr- Center for Research in Economic of the Mental Health Research In- versity of Arizona will speak on
man, newly appointed director of Development. The work in these stitute will lecture on "Mathe- "Behavorial Modifications-Spe-
the Center for Research and units may also be applicable to matical Biology of Imitative Be- cial Education" in the Schor-
Training in Reproductive Biology, population problems. havior" in Room 1057 MHRI. ling Aud., University High School.
and Dr. Leslie Corsa Jr., newly ap- The University's grant was the 3 p.m.-Prof. Lee Meyerson, of 7 p.m.-The 24 candidates for
pointed director of the Center fnr mair wrti-, of a total of narl 1 the s vholoew den. of the Uni- Student Government Council will

It is a sad fact that years are forces, there should be ample Population Planning. $5 million being given to eight in- versity of Arizona, will speak on participate in an informal ques-1
required to upgrade educational funds to finance a strong growtl The chairmen of the three de- stitutions by Ford Foundation for "Current Developments in Somata tion-answer open house sponsored1
levels. Therefore, no time shoul of the country." partments most directly concern- I the study of population problems. Psychology" in the cafeteria of by The Daily in the Small Ball-1
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ucational escalator to the new job;
of the 1970's."
The future of the Detroit metro
politan area, discussed by Thomp- DAILY OFFICIAL BULLETIN
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coming transition of the area frorr'........................ .......................................... ........5,".a....... ............................................
a brash and dynamic industria The Daily Official Bulletin is an Vernon R. Alden, president of Ohio March 5. Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Brown Hart- cave exploring and campraft.
center to a full-blown metropolis. ' Official publication of The Univer- University, "The War on Poverty"- Admission Test for Graduate Study shorne. inspector of schools, Depart- Wagon Wheel Playhouse, Ind.-Audi-
sit of Michi ann for which The Rackh L. T u.n tn aT, p..R . n in t nai.1ttAnnlitts +tO,, itt f1 Ed fti 'Jt, Uhn -u1, r. n tions in Glee Club Room of Mch

of the Conference on South Af- 7:30 p.m.-Prof. Thomas Molner
rica. of New York University and Prof.
8 p.m.-Vernon R. Aldon, presi- Hugh Sonythge of Brooklyn Col-
dent of Ohio University, will speak lege will lead a discussion on
on "The War on Poverty" in the South Africa in the third floor
University Activities Center's sym- conference room of the Union as
posium on American poverty in the second part of the Conference
Rackham Lecture Hall. on South Africa.
8:30 p.'m.-Hans David, lectur- 8 p.m.-The Concert Dance Or-
er in the music school, will speak ganization will present a concert
on "Scholars, Buttons, and Droop- of classical, modern and jazz dance
ing Eyelids-the 'Portraits of J. featuring dance students from the
S. Bach'" in Rackham Amphithe- Interlochen Arts Academy as
atre. guest performers in Lydia Men-
FRIDAY, FEB. 26 delssohn Theatre.
4:10 p.m.-Cyril Bureci of the 8 p.m.-Wilber J. Cohen, assist-
University of California at Berke- ant secretary of Health, Education
ley will lecture on "Hsu Chih- and Welfare, will speak on "Young
mo's Debt to Thomas Hardy" in and Unskilled, Old and Ignored"
Rm. 200 Lane Hall. in the University Activities Cen-
4:10 p.m.--Prof. Robert Rosen- ter's symposium on American pov-
blum of Princeton University will erty in the Union Ballroom.
lecture on "The Document and the 8:30 p.m.-Letitia Karner, so-
Hallucination: The Origins of prano, will give a concert in the
British Romantic Painting," in Recital Hall of the music school,
Aud. B.I North Campus.
TOMORROW
REFORM SERVICE
(student conducted)
Friday, Feb. 26, 7:30 P.M.
Adressby D. RCAR . HRT
Rabbi, Temple Beth El, Detroit
"WHAT IS YOUR JEWISH IDENTITY?"
followed by informal discussion
Organ by courtesy of Grinnell Bros.
B'NAI B'RITH HILLEL FOUNDATION
1429 Hill St. Zwerdling-Cohn Chapel

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by v IHgan ,o ncn.
Long Range Prospect Michigan Daily Assumes no editor-
In talking about "Detroit as ar ial responsibility. Notices should be
nn "sent in TYPEWRITTEN form to
industrial entrepreneur," Thomp Room 3564 Administration Bldg. be-
son stated, "The long-run pros- fore 2 p.m. of the day preceding
pect is for new products to em publication, and by 2 p.m. Friday
anate from this industrial envir- for Saturday and Sunday. General
Notices may be published a maxi-
onment as it grows richer. On' mum of two times on request; Day
should, in fact, recognize that a' Calendar items appear once only.
a city grows larger its role changes Sturent organiza'ion notices are not
from producer to creator." accepted for publication.
He said that "the city that as THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 25
pires to be a true metropolis
should pattern its actions on th DC e
Day Calndr
executive image, delegating task- '
readily as they become routinr
and keeping itself free to take or ahonouse onifgi~c n toor Recreation
and is e ok i and Planing--Michigan Union, 8:30
the new and sophisticated work ir I a.m.

I ac am Lecture Han , p.m. in Buslness: Application blanks for the ment or auca lon, donannes~ugu-gn u ue g, - vv i viu.
Admission Test for Graduate Study ir ion of South Africa, Feb. 22-27. Union from 9-5 on Mon., March 1 for
School of Music Lecture-Hans Da Business are now available in 122 Rack- S. G. Wilkinson, head, Research De- actors, singers and dancers.
vid, "Scholars, Buttons, and Drooping ham Bldg. The next administration o partment, Herald Sun Television, Mel- * * *
Eyelids-the 'Portraits of J. S. Bach' " the test will be on Sat., April 3, and bourne, Australia, Feb. 28-March i. Details and applications available a
Rackham Amphitheatre, 8:30 p.m. applications must be received in Prince. Prof. Abden Ramon Lancini, direr-1 Summer Placement, 212 SAB.

ton, N.J., by March 20.
Doctoral Examination for Howard
Irving Saxer, Physics; thesis: "High Law School Admission Test: Appli
Energy Elastic Scattering for Small cation blanks for the Law School Ad
Momentum Transfers and Forward Dis- mission Test are available in 122 Rack
persion Calculations," Thurs., Feb. 25 tam Bldg. The next administration o
629 Physics-Astron. Bldg., at 3 p.m. the test will be on Sat., April 10. Ap-
Chairman, L. W. Jones. plications must be received in Prince-
ton, N.J., by March 27.
Doctoral Examination for Sister Mary
Agnes Micek, Education; thesis: "The Foreign Student Tuition Scholar-
Concept of the Junior College De- ships: The deadline for receipt of ap-
rived from the Opinions of Selected plications is March 31, 1965. Forms
Groups of Educators in Catholic Edu- are available from the counselors ir
cation," Thurs., Feb. 25, 2431 U.E.S., at the International Center.
9:30 a.m. Chairman, R. J. Young.

tor, Museum of Natural Sciences, Cara-.
cas, Venezuela, Feb. 28-March 3.
Placement
POSITION OPENINGS:
B. F. Goodrich Co., Akron, Ohio -
Various openings including: 1. Trng.
Repres. (Data-Processing. Pref. degree
in pus. Ad., with strong math bkgd.
Exper. in systems & D.P. 2. Prod. Man-
ager of Bldg. Products, degree in Bus.
Ad., Mktg., or Engrg. 3-5 yrs exper.
in field.
Mgmt. Consultants, Penn.--. Chem-
ist, MS or PhD. Recent grad. 2. Biol.
Scientist, PhD in Microbiol. or Biol.
Sci. 3-5 yrs. tissue culture exper. 3.
Insurance Auditor, major in Acctg.
Single, over 24, 2 yrs. exper. pref. 4.
Tech. Sales, BS or MS in Chem. 0-3
yrs. exper. 1 yr. trng. prog. Openings in
many other fields.
General Electric, Space Tech. Center,
Valley Forge, Pa.-Personnel Appraiser
Eval. & select candidates for man-
agerial & tech. positions. Pref. MA
Psych. with rel. indust. exper.

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which it has a comparative ad-
vantage over smaller places."
Thompson also saw diversifica-
tion in Detroit as being accom-
plished through a "broadening and
deepening of the service industry.'
Reasons for. this, he stated, are
greater demand for luxury service,
such as drama and financial coun-
seling, rising demand for "mucl-
more of almost all kinds of pro-
fessional services," service work
COME LAUGH AND ENJOY
THIS GREAT CLASSIC BY
George Bernard Shaw
CANDIDA
A MASTERPIECE-
OF HIGH COMEDY
ANN ARBOR CIVIC
THEATER
8 P.M., March 4, 5, 6
Lydia Mendelssohn Theatre
TICKETS NOW ON SALE
Box Office open 10 A.M.-5 P.M.
Mail orders to P.O. Box 1993
Thursday, $1.50
Friday & Saturday, $1.75

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Mathematical Statistics Seminar: Prof.
Training and Development, Personnel J. N. Darroch will continue his talk
(ffice University Management Seminar on "Principal Components and Factor
-Lee E. Danielson, associate professor Aijalysis," Rm. 3201 Angell Hall at 4
of industrial relations, "Managing the p.m. on Thurs., Feb. 25.
Departmental Office": Michigan Union, -___ rF 2
1 p.m. Physical Chemistry Seminar: Prof.
Jens Zorn, U. of M. Physics Dept.,
Mental Health Research Seminar - "Molecular Beam Studies of Diatomic
Nicolas Rashevsky, Mental health Re- Molecules," Thurs., Feb. 25, 5 p.m.,
search Institute, "Mathematical Biol- Room 1200, Chemistry Bldg.2
ogy of Imitative Behavior," 1057 MHRI, R m120C ir l
2:15 p.m. -
C pSecial Lecture: Prof. Kenneth Rine- ,

Forei,n

Vis ito rs

The following are the foreign visi-
tors programmed through the Interna-
tional Center who will be on campus
this week on the dates indicated. Pro-
gram arrangements are being made by
Mrs. Clifford R. Miller, International
Center, 764-2148.
V. E D'Rozario, principal, Ajmer Lab-
oratory High School, Ajmer, India, Feb.
21-24.
T. G Satyanarayan, principal, Mysore

ENGINEERING PLACEMENT INTER-
VIEWS-Seniors & grad students, please
sign schedule posted at 128-H West
-rg.
MARCH 2-
Continental Can Co., Chicago-Tech
Ctr.-BS-MS: ME. BS: EM. IE & Sci
Engrg. R. & D., Des.
Continental Can Co., Inc., N.Y.C.
Continental U.S.-BS-MS: ChE, EE,
IE & ME. Prod.
General Foods Corp., All Locations
-BS-MS: ChE, EE, EM, IE, ME. BS:
E Math & Sci Engrg. MS: Instrum.
R. & D., Des., Prod.
Leeds & Northrup Co., Phila. & coast
to coast-All Degrees: ChE, EE & ME.
MS-PhD: Instrum. BS: E Physics. U.S.
citizens or permanent residence visa.
R. & D., Des., Prod. & Sales.
Mathews Co., Port Clinton, Ohio -
BS: Naval & Marine. April grads
Can consider non-citizens if becoming
citizen. Boat Bldg. & Yacht Des. Field
City of Milwaukee, Wis.-BS-MS: CE.
Various municipal.
Outboard Marine Corp., Waukegan
& Galesburg, Ill.-BS-MS: ME. Dev,,
Des. & Test.
Peerless Cement Div., Div. Ameri-
can Cement Corp.-BS: ChE. Dec. &
April grads. Can consider non-citizen:
If becoming citizen. Prod. Control, As-
sistant to Chief Chemist.
MARCH 2-3-
U.S. Gov't., NASA, Lewis Res. Ctr..
Cleveland & Sandusky, Ohio-All De-
grees: AE & Astro., ChE, EE, EM, Ma-
terials, ME, Met., Physics & Math. MS-
PhD: Instru. & Nuclear. Prof.: Ap-
plied Mech. BS: E Math, E Physics &
Sci. Engrg. R. & D.

speed elevators
UflVRSITOWERS

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UNIVERSITY AVE. & FOREST AVE. PHONE:761.2680

Research Seminar in Hospital andI
Medical Systems-"Estimating Manpow-
er Requirements": 69 Business Ad-
ministration, 3 p.m.,
Museum of Anthropology Lecture-
william T. Sanders, Pennsylvania State
University, "The Cultural Ecology of
th Teotibuacan Valley": Aud. C, An-
gell Hall, 4:10 p.m.
Dept. of Sociology, Charles Horton
Cooley Centennial Lecture - Leo F.
Schnore, "Cooley as a Territorial Dem-
ographer": Aud. A, Angell Hall, 4:10
p.m.
Dept. of Slavic Languages and Lit-
eratures University Lecture - Ronald
Hingley, St. Antony's College, Oxford,
"Chekhov and the Art of Translation":
Aud. A, Angell Hall, 4:10 p.m.
School of Music Recital - Secondary
Piano Students: Recital Hall, School
of Music, 4:30 p.m.
Cinema Guild-John Huston's "The
Treasure of the Sierra Madre": Archi-
tecture Aud., 7 and 9 p.m.
Symposium on American Poverty -

hart, University of Illinois, "Recent
Studies in Antibiotic Chemistry,"
Thurs., Feb. 25, 8 p.m., Room 1300,
Chemistry Bldg.
Applied Mathematics Seminar: Prof
Stanley Jacobs, "Three-Dimensional
Model of the Gulf Stream," today at 4
p.m., 229 W. Engineering.
Botany Seminar: Dr. James Manio-
tis, Wayne State University, "Some:
Studies of Asocarp Inheritance in Gela-
sinospora Caulospora," today at 4:15
p.m., 1139 Nat. Science Bldg.
General Notices
Regents' Meeting: March 19. Commu-G
nications for consideration at this meet-
Ing must be in the President's handsC
not later than March 5.
Ushers: Ushers are urgently needed
for the Kingston Trio show in Hill
Aud. Sat., Feb. 27. Interested persons
please call NO 8-8597, and report atI
7:30 p.m., Feb. 27 at the east door of
Hill Aud.
French and German Screening Exam-
inations for Doctoral candidates will
be administered on Tues., March 21
from 3-5 p.m. in Aud. B, Angell Hall.
Doctoral candidates must pass the
screening examination before taking
the written test in French or German'
unless they have received B or better
in French 111 or German 111. Those
who fail the examination may take it
again when the test is administered
in June.

Lab. High School, Mysore, India, Feb.!Y.W.A., Lansing, Mich.-Director
21-24. for Day Camp. Woman grad, over 25,
R. C. Sharma, principal of Bhopal major in phys. ed., educ., soc. work or
Lab. High School, Bhopal, India, Feb. rel. area. 2 yrs. staff leadership exper
21-24. in camping. Full time June, July &
Aug., part-time rest of year.
Kellogg Co., Battle Creek, Mich. -~
O RGA NIZA TIO N Bacteriologist, May, Aug., or recent
7AT grads-BS Bacteriol. or Chem./Bacteriol
in Qual. Control Div. Immed. opening
-career opportunity. Candidates call
NOTnICES764-7460, if interested in talking to
representative.
Schoolcraft Memorial Hospital, Man--I
istique, Mich.-Med. Tech. Man or wom-
Use of This Column for Announce- an ASCP certified or eligible to run
ments is available to officially recog- small lab.
aized and registered student organiza- Bowling Proprietors Assoc., Park Ridge,
tions only. Forms are available in Room III.-Bowling Tourn. Director, senior or
1011 SAB. recent grad. Permanent position forj
* * * man with exper. or trng. in bus. ad.,
Baha'i Student Group, Everyone in- public speaking, etc.
vited to hear Mrs. Jane McCants Wisconsin Civil Service-Employment
speak on "The Challenge of Religion,' Counselor & Trainee, BA Psych., Per-
Feb. 25, 8 p.m., 1421 W. Liberty St. sonnel Admin., educ., or Soc. Sci. &
* * * min. 15 hrs. vocational guid. or rel
Canterbury House, Quest for Human area. 1 yr. exper. in rel. field; or
Values, dinner, discussion, Rev. Dan- j equiv. comb, of trng. & exper. No ex-
tel Burke and Prof. Peter Montant, per. required for trainee.
Thurs., Feb. 25, 5:30 p.m., Canterbury * * *
House, 218 N. Division. For further information, please cal'
* * * 764-7460, General Div., Bureau of Ap
Cervantes Club, Meeting today, 311 N pointments, 3200 SAB.
State St., 2nd floor, apartment on theI
left at 8 p.m. American and Spanish SUMMER PLACEMENT SERVICE:
poetry. 212 SAB-
S *I Camp Missaukee, Mich.-Girls. Inter-
Christian Science Organization, Meet- views Sat., Feb. 27, Room 3C, Mici.
ing, Thurs., Feb. 25, Room 528D SAB. Union from 1-2:30 p.m. for program
* * * director; nature, craft & archery direc-
Graduate Student Council, Meeting. tors; asst. cooks and unit directors.
Feb. 25, 7:30 p.m., West Conference Farm & Wilderness Camps, Vt.-Coed.
Room, Rackham. Interviews Mon., March 1 for students
* * . interested in farming & gardening,
Inter-Cooperative Council, Fall 196' truck driving, forestry, construction,
Semester: Co-op housing applications
are now being accepted for member-
st-ip tn co-ops Positions open for un-
dergraduate women, graduate womer
and all men. Apply at Inter-Cooperative
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The film makers who brought you
SATURDAY NIGHT AND SUNDAY MORNING.
A TASTE OF HONEY and TOM JONES ,
now take pride in presenting...

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ENDS TONIGHT
YOU MUST SEE IT
FROM THE BEGINNING
TO BELIEVE IT!!!!

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PETER FINCH and
RITA TUSHINGHAMfn
GIRL WITH GREEN EYES

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TODAY:
Promptly

4:10 P.M.

Arena Theatre
Frieze Building

GALLOWS HUMOR
(Part II)
by Jack Richardson
Department of Speech
Student Laboratory Theatre
Admission Free

wth
LYNN REDGRAVE
screnplay by
EDNA O'BRIEN
based on hern-ovel TheLonelyGrr*
music composedand conducted by
JOHN ADDISON
executive producer
TONY RICHARDSON
produced by
OSCAR LEWENSTEIN
drecled by
DESMOND DAVIS
A WOODFALL FILM
dstrbuted by
LoPERT PICTURES CORPORATION

I Candidates are asked to bring their
own No. 2 pencils.
I NationalTeacher Examinations: Ap-
Iplication blanks are available in Room
122 Rackham Bldg. for the National
Teacher Examinations. The next ad-
ministration of the test will be on

Shows at 1, 3, 5, 7, 9 P.M.
-Coming Friday-
JAMES STEWART
in "DEAR BRIGITTE"

TODAY
DIAL 8-6416

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HUMPHREY BOGART
Starring inr
THE TREASURE
OF THE
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Also starring Walter HustonE
Three Americans bumming in Mexico win in a lottery and
* strike off for the mountains to search for gold. As the quest
progresses, greed tarnishes their comradeship, and penetrat- u
ing though the facade of trust, causes a brutal disintegration
f of character. -I
# Acclaimed as one of Hollywood's most unconventional and
artistic westerns THE TREASURE OF THE SIERRE MADRE
t won three Academy Awards, for Direction, Screen Play and
for Best Supporting Actor.
Tonight and Tomorrow at 7 and 9;

mins~atzvi v LIC ~a wil u iiCouncil, Room 2546, SAB or phone NC
Sat., March 20, and applications must 86872, 9 to 12 or 2 to 5.
be received in Princeton, N.J., by8 1 o
-- - -Le Cercle Francais, Le Baratin, le 2f
Feb.. le jeudi, 3-5 p.m., 3050 Frieze
Bldg.
'is Newman Student Association, Dis-
tcrussian, "Dialog within the East?" Feb
stt llitI) 25, 8 p.m., St. Nicholas Greek Ortho-
no dox Church, 414 N. Main St.
dishonest Newman Student Association, Fire-
-GBS side chat: "Customs of Eastern Cath-
I I3 olics," Fr. Raya, Feb. 26, 7:30 p.m., 33'
Thompson.
; *THE DEVILS Newman Student Association, Grad
Undergrad Social, Feb. 26, 9 p.m., 33'
DISCIPLE Thompson.
* * *
by GBS WAA Folk Dance Club, Folk dance
with instruction, Fri., Feb. 26, 8-10:3f
j ____ _p.m., Women's Athletic Bldg.

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& ESTHER OFARIM
IN CONCERT
Masonic Audit.-Detroit
Fri., Mar, 19, 8:20 p.m.
Tickets: $4.50, $3.50,
$2.50, $1.50
On Sale at:
Grinnell's Downtown,
Marwill's Northland,
Music World, 4861
Woodward at Warren

presents
IN THE MIDST OF PLENTY
A Symposium on American Poverty
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15th ANNUAL
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Women's Golf Club, Organizational
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Women's Athletic Bldg.

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