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Technic Provides Diversified

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Proud that it is perhaps the sole
campus periodical not responsible
to the Board in Control of Student
Publications, the Michigan Tech-
nic is entering its 83rd year.
Unlike publications such as The
Daily, the Gargoyle, and the Mich-
iganensian, the engineering mag-
azine was never put under the
board's jurisdiction. Nevertheless,
it consistently receives top na-
tional rating among magazines of
its kind.
"We print what would be or
should be useful to the engineer,"
L. Karl Legatski, '66E, the new
editor-in-chief, said.
"The Technic tries to print
things the student can't get any-
where elk," he said, referring to
standard features likes "Michigan
Education and Research," which

covers local developments, and
"Progress," which tells about new
technological achievements.
Scientific American
Although still largely technical,
articles are a far cry from a typi-
cal Technic dissertation in 1902
on "Differentiation of Equations
in Two Variables." Prof. Robert
P. Weeks of the engineering Eng-
lish department thinks of the
monthly magazine as a Scientific
American. There are similarities
not only in writing style and com-
plexity of material but even in
the Technic's running of an occa-
sional math and puzzle page.
According to Legatski, the mag-
azine faces a recurrent problem of
inconsistent writing sources. Three
or four articles of about 2000
words appear in each monthly


The Daily Official Bulletin is an all non-athletic University-affiliated ! & Psych, for Mkt. Res., Personnel, Pur- -Men & women. BA in Econ., Educ., able
official publication of The Univer- events. chasing, Econ. Study, & Admin. Sys- Gen. Lib. Arts, Geog., Geol., Journ., mad
sity of Michigan, for which The Approved: That SGC adopt and refer tems Planning. Lib. Set., Biochem., & Chem. for Mgmt. fice,
Michigan Daily Assumes no editor- to a styles committee for final draft- Marine Trust Co. of Western New Trng., Sales, Writing .tech} & Editor- ;ing
ial responsibility. Notices should be ing those portions of the Suggested Re- York, BuffaloN.Y.--Men, degrees in ial (maps & manuscripts). Em.
A.fsent in TYPEWRITTEN form to vision of University Regulations Con- Gen. Lib. Arts, Astro. Econ., Educ., pm
Although it has a staff of wllt- Room 3564 Administration Bldg. be- cerning Student Organizations as Geog., Geol., Lib. Scl., Math, etc. for SUMMER PLACEMENT SERVICE: El
ers for this purpose, the Technic fore 2 p.m. of the day preceding amended that it is empowered to enact Banking Mgmt. Trng. Program. 21. SAB-- for
must still hope for contributions publication, and by 2 p.m. Friday as operating procedures related to func- Washington National Insurance Co., Camp Waldon, Mich.-Coed. Will in- wor
by faculty and students. for Saturday and Sunday. General tions A-D of the Council Plan. Evanston, I1.-Degrees in Econ., Psych., terview Wed.. March 3 for specialty Tim
Notices may be published a maxi- Approved: That the Suggested Revi- Soc. Engl., & Gen. Lib. Arts for posi- counselors and cook. St
Painful mum of two times on request; Day sion of University Regulations Concern- tions as Admin. Trainee, methods an- Folk Singers for Young Folks. Ann jobs
"It's difficult for an undergrad- Calendar items appear once only. Ing Student Organizations be amended alyst, internal auditor, etc. Arbor-Men & women for children's in R
t t th tati Student organization notices are not as follows: Michigan National Bank, Lansing, song leaders on parks & playgrounds 1-
Uate ot Wrike an au oria ive accepted for publication. Page 2-The University Calendaring Mich.-Degrees in Eco, & Gen. Lib. throughout the country.
article-it's like a term paper,"' he Committee administers and coordinates Arts for Banking & Mgmt. Trng. Mae Wood's Dune Scotters, Mears,j
explained. WEDNESDAY, MARCH 3 all University calendaring. The Upjohn Co., Kalamazoo, Mich.- Mich.-Men 21 or older for drivers. I
___l.e tPage 2-Under Late Calendaring. . Degrees in Chem., Pharm., Biochem., Good pay.
A controversial feature of the University Calendaring Committee, who Pre-Med., Microbiol. for pharmaceutical + * * #
Technic is the humor page, often ' Da y C lendarl may delegate this authority to the sales. Located in Mich. & Ohio. Details available at Summer Place-
a target for criticism from faculty Executive Vice-President. Cargill, Inc., Minneapolis, Minn. - ment, 212 SAB.
who think the jokes are "dirty." Institute on the Control of Infec- Page 12-Under recognition as a col- Degrees in Econ. & Gen. Lib. Arts for
Much of the humor is based on the onsInhospitals- ckham Bldg., aciation and recognition by mgmt. trg. merchandising, prod., pur- ENGINLERING PLACEMENT INTER-
MR chasing, sales & transportation. Locat- VIEWS-Seniors & grad students, please
literary college-engineering college a.m" ed throughout U.S. will consider citi- sign schedule posted at 128-H West
rivalry and "he-she" dialogue Dept of AnatomySeminar -Merle Student Government Council Approval zens of Latin America & Western Eu- Engrg.;
p A of the following student-sponsored rope (a.m. only). MARCH 4-
The Tl Lawrence, Kresge Hearing Research In- events becomes effective 24 hours after Washington Post, Wash., D.C.-Men & Univ. of Alabama, Tuscaloose &
The Technic is read by several 'stitute, "The Paradox of the Middle the publication of this notice. All women, degrees in Journ. & Gen. Lib. Huntsville campuses-PhD: Communic.
hundred students and faculty on Ear Muscles": 250 ast g., publicity for these events must be Arts for news reporting staff. Some Sci., EE, & Instrum. Men & women. -
campus and has a mailing list withhel ntil the approval has be- openings in summer internship prog. 1965 & 1966 grads. Can consider non-
come effective, for students who have finished junior citizens if becoming U.S. citizen. Teach-,
which includes more than 300 high 5-Hour Special Topics in Chemistry- Approval request forms for student- year.nin tesp igital applicatin com-
schools, over 100 advertisers, and Fifth Series: Dr. Edgar F. Westrum, Jr., sponsored events are available in Room FRI, MARCH 12- munications systems.,-
libraries throughout the world, U.of M., Chem, Dept., will speak on 1011 of the SAB. Jacobson Stores, Inc., Jackson, Mich. Caterpillar Tractor Co., Peoria, Ill. -
some as far away as the Univel'- retic of "Mol Fred, i rhe U. of M. Young Republican Club, -Men & women, degree in any field for BS-MS: ChE, CE, EE, EM, IE, Mat'is.,
.Crystalline State," on Wed., March 3, ihgnsWro oetsecpstosi dt
city of Moscow and the Scientific at 8 p.m. in Room 1300 Chemistry Bldg. Michigan's War on Poverty, speech, positions In dvtg., mgmt. trng., mer- ME & Met. BS: E Physics, H. & D.,
siy March 9, 7:30 p.m., Room 3R5, Union. chandising, office mgmt.. personnel, re- Des., Prod., Sales & Service.
Library In Peking.,'-4th Lecture. Michigan Christian Fellowship, Bi- tailing & sales. Located in 6 Mich. Commonwealth Edison Co., Chicago
Botany Seminar: Ronald Stuckey, weekly lecture, March 12, 7:30-845 p.m, citie. & No. Ill.-BS: EE & ME. MS: Nuclear.
Like all new editors, Legatski "Geographical and Evolutionary Rela- Union Univ. of Michigan, Personnel Office Dev., Prod. & Sales.
Lik al ne edtos, egaski"Gogrphial nd voutinar Rea- Michigan Christian Fellowship, Panel 1 -Men & women, BA's & MA's in Chem. Corning Glass Works, 34plnsi
has made several revisions. He tionships inNorth American RBoippa discussion, March 18, 7-10p.m., Medi-en r or, Bi B Al Dgrees:E antSChE
personally edits "Thoughts," a NCcc.B da, al Science Bldg. any & Zool. for health science research. EM, IE & ME. MS: Instrum. BS: E
page of Quotations and proverbs. NaS--ld.General Dynamics Corp., N.Y.C. - Math & E Physics. Can consider non-
On the editorial page, his policy Placement{ BA's & MA's in Econ., Engl., For. Lang.; citizens if becoming U.S. citizen. R. &
'7en'ral 'V o"" 'S" BA's i Gen, Lib. At, Hist., Poll. Sri., D., Des,, Prod. & Sales.
is "anything worth thinking aboutTE Eetc. for mgmt. trng. Locations include Emerson Electric Co., St. Louis-BS:
for an engineer is worth writing Training and Development Personnel TEA CHER PLCEMENT INTE Lakeview S & Canada. EE, IE & ME. Dev., Des., Prod, &
about." office University Management Seminar t.,Clarh4res inte ewn National Center for Health Statistics, Sales.
Reflecting this attitude, the -L. Clayton Hill, professor emeritus of ThrsEe., Marh . Field nErested; J.n. Wash., D.C.-Men & women, BA's & R. K. LeBlond lMachine Tool Co. -
are-Elem., Lib.. Art, PE, Vocal;rJ.H.- MA's in Econ., Math, Psych., Soc. & BS: IE & ME, BA: Bus. Admin. for,
magazine encourages articles oninutilraios"BicofSp- Engl., Math, Gen, Set., Vocal-Ins.; Saitc o positions in Statistics, Sales. Des., Prod. & Sales.
eooisvision": Michigan Union, Thurs., March. Statistics for pstosi ttsis ae.DsPo.&Sls
economics, psychology, science and vi: M a H.S.-Engl., Math, Biol.-Chem,, Phys.- Must have passed FSEE. Rohm & Haas Co., Entire Company-I
even fields such as sociology and ' m Chem., Girls PE Spec. Ed. BS-MS: ChE, EM & ME. BS: E Physics,
political science. Orientation Leaders: Perspective Ori-:sBR. & D., Des., Prod. & Sales.
The next issue will appear mid- entaton aFders Interviewsrae no or appointments contact the Bureau U.S. Rubber Co. - BS-MS: ChE, EM,
eetisumwl..,a md of Appointments. Education Division, 0R A Z T O ME. BS: EE, E Math, E Physics & Set.
bein scheduled for Fall Orientation1 3200 SAB, 764-7462. O G N Z TO
March. Leader positions (Aug. 23-27). Sign-up _A 7 4.Engrg., ChE, IE & ME. R. & D., Prod.
. sheets available in student offices, PLACEMENT INTERVIEWS: Bureau & Qual. Assur.
Michigan Union (2-5 p.m.). Any full- PLCMNNERIW:Bra W. Va. Pulp & Paper Co. - All De-
t denis ei 49719 . De of Appointments--Seniors & grad stu-N T Sg"fiM a'sarB^'
f time student Is eligible to apply. Dead- ofApitensSnos& rds NOICES grees: ChE, EM, ME & Instru. BS-MS :
aidents, please call 764-7460 for appoint- E
line, March 8. ments with the following: AE & Astro., EE-(Controls). BS: E
-__C______~~~~~__Math & E Physics. R. & D., Des., Prod.
...iTUES., MARCH 9-'-&eh Srie
&School of Music Honors Program Ap- &Tc.Srie
iao g cv for Aetna Casualty & Surety Co., Hart- Use of This Column for Announce-
the fall term, 1965. Forms are avail- ford, Conn.--Seeking grads in Econ., meats is available to officially recog-t
able in the School of Music Reception Educ., Gen. Lib. Arts, Geog., Journ., nized and registered student organiza- rG" 'trlle
Office. Deadline for receipt of applica- Lw eib. Sor Mat bi Hea Sc ions only. Forms are available in Room
Work. etc. for positions in insurancec 1011 SAB.
tions and supporting statements by the lnh ii oeofccams a**~I~ffL ylC~
onorCoun . ar 1 ding home office, claims, salesl
::. onor Coucil:Mon. Marh t2

. Application for these jobs can be
de in the Part-Time Employment Of-
2200 Student Activities Bldg., dur-
the following hours: Mon. thru
8 a m. tit 12 noon and 1:30 til 5
mployers desirous or nirtng students
part time or full-time temporary
k, should contact Mr. Parker, Part-
'e Interviewer at 764-7284,
udenlts desiring miscellaneous odd
should consult the bulletin board
Room 2200, dai'y.
Female to do interesting and diffi-
cult work. Will be doing mostly
typing. Other duties will include
the use of Latin, preparing for
photo-offset, etc. Must be able tc
accept responsibility. Will work 20
hrs. per week,
There are other typing and secre-
tatial positions open at this time.
Minimum requirement is tying
speed of 50 w.p.m. with few errors.
Most jobs are either full-time or
20 hrs. per week; and some of these
are very temporary (a few days oi

Horse Show To eature
Annual Riding Contests

The Crop & Saddle Club's an-
nual horse show Sunday, March
14, will feature riding competi-
tion and the University Mounted.
Drill Team.
Riders can enter six possible
classes this year. Events such as
the bareback competition are suit-
able for advanced riders while
beginners as well as advancing
riders may enter events such as
non-jumping class.
The hunter class, which includes
a complicated jumping course, and
the pairs class will be judged on
the ability of the horse to follow
and obey instructions.
The University Mounted Drill
team will also perform in the
show. This group of 16 skilled
riders and horses will do compli-
cated cotillions.
"We have been practicing for
this show since the beginning of
the last semester," Miss McFar-
lane said.
In the past the riding club has
held other shows as well as par-
ticipated in the Michigras parade.
"In the future we hope to have
exchange rides with other clubs,
for example from Wayne State
University and the University of
Detroit," Miss McFarlane said.
Entry blanks for the show are
available at Barbour Gymnasium,
the Woman's Athletic Bldg. or the
Intramural Bldg. An entrant may
participate in as many classes as

he desires at a cost of $1 per class.
The deadline for entering the
show is Monday, March 8.
The show will be at Stoney
Ridge farm on Liberty Road. Do-
nations will help finance the per-

Read and Use
Daily Clossifieds

underwriting, surety bondis & accg. Alpha Phi Omega, Pledge meeting,
N Student AccLcnts: Your attention is Loated throughout U.S. y March 3, 4 p.m., SAB.
called to the following rules passed by P New York Authorit', N.Y.C.
the eents at their meeting n Feb -Men & women, degrees in Gen. Lib. Canterbury House, "Quest for Human{
thesRJount., atttheiromeetinc.onoFeb
28. 1936: "Students shall pay all so- Arts, ourn., Math, Econ., etc. for Values, dinner/discussion, Rev. Daniel
counts due the University not later Mgmt. Trg. Burke, Prof. Peter Fontana, Thurs.,
than the last day of classes of each United Air lines, Pittsburgh, Pa, - March 4, 5:30 p.m., Canterbury House,
semester or summer session. Student Women for Stewardess Trng. Program. 218 N. Division.
loans which are not paid or renewed Single with no physical defects, be-
are suhecito this regulation: however. tween 192-26. Any area of study, de- Le Cercle Francais, Le Baratin, Le 4
student loans not yet due are exempt Irentrq aylctos Mars., le jeudi. 3-5 p.m., 3050 Frieze
Any unpaid accounts at the close of:Socony Mobil Oil Co., Inc., Niles, Ill. Bldg.
business on the last day of classes will -Men & women, degrees in Econ., Gen.
be reported to the Cashier of the tUni- Lib. Arts & Chem. (Organ. & Physi.). Lutheran Student Chapel (National
versity andJ Positions in Mktg. Trng., Res., Terni- Lutheran Council), Lenten Vespers,
tonal Sales. Located in U.S. & inter- March 3, 7:15pm. Lutheran Student
"(a) All academic credits will be ntoal.esL td ., , C a and S Frs Av.
withheld, the grades for the semester al.enz Co., Detroit-Degrees n Chapel, Hill St., and S. Forest Ave.
or summer session lust completed will}I"J en oDtot-ere n* :
not be released, an no transcript of Gen.ib. Arts for positions in mer- University LutherannhChapel, Ash
credits will be issued. chandising and sales in Mich. & Ohio. Wednesday services, with Holy. Coin-
Marathon Oil Co., Detroit-Degrees in munion, March 3, 7:30 and 10 p.m.,
"i All students owing such accounts Gen. Lib. Arts & Bus. Ad. (mkt g. a 51Wstnw
not b:e lwd*t'o"regstr litn* a n"s" .g.r'im11Washteniaw.
willnot bemalloeto rister Inssannjors) for positions in Terrtiyial Sales r C*a ,C
subseauent semestenor summer session located in Midwest, University Lutheran Chapel, Chapel

The following part-time jobs are avail-
Dial 662-6264
Shows at 1-3-5-7:05 & 9:15


The first governing board for t
consists of (left to right) Preside
ing Vice-President Gail Howes,
Michael Holmes, '66 and Admi
Erickson, '66N.


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Tues.&Wed. 9p.m.-1 :45
215 S. Ashley

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insulated construction
. Now renting for Aug. '65

he University Activities Center anti payment has been mace.- I1WED., MARCH 10-
Goodbody & Co., N.Y.C.-Men &*
'6NExcuiv ic-Pesdet final day for DROPPING COURSES terest in Econ., Pon. L.ArscimjEduc.i&hBus.
nt Jamnes Kropf, '66, Coordinat- Students, College of Eimginering: The women. Gen. Lib. Arts majors with In-
66N, Executive Vice-President WITHOUT RECORD will be Fri., March Ad. Brokerage ong. SroEramueds to
tinistrative Vice-President Pam 5. A course may be dropped only with Registered Repres. Located in 42 cities.
the permission of the classifier after Bureau of the Budget, Wash., D.C.-
conference with the instructor. Men & women, MA's or PhD's in Econ.,
Hist., Poll. Sci., Soc. & Nat. Res. Also
Students, College of Engineering: The LLB's. Pref. candidates who passed
final day for REMOVAL OF INCOM- FSEE & Mgmt. Intern Exams. Positions
PLETES will be Fri., March 5. PetI- in Foreign Trade, Mgmt. Trng., Public
A tions for extension of time must be Admin. & Statistics.
on file in the Records Office on or Halle Brothers Co., Cleveland, Ohio
before Fri., March 5. -Men & women, degrees in Econ. &
C Gen. Lib. Arts for merchandising with
Summary of Action Taken by Student retail department store.
Government Council at Its Meeting of Hotel Corp. of America, Boston, Mass.
February 24, 1965 -Men & women, degrees in Econ.,
Approved: Constitutional changes of Psych., Gen. Lib. Arts & Bus. Admin.
WEDNESDAY. MAR. 3 Chi Chapter of Tau Epsilon Phi Fra- Positions in Mgmt. Trng., Mkt. Res.,
7:15 p.m,.-The Physical Thear- ternity. Personnel, Prod., Purchasing & inside
apy Club will meet in bhe Con- Approved: 1. That the Suggested Re- & territorial sales. Throughout U.S.
ference Rm. of the Univert'ty vision of University Regulations Con- California Chemical Co., San Fran-
Hoptl , hsycerning Student Organizations be cisco-Territorial and inside sales, mkt.
Hospital. amended to include as an appendix the res. & dev. and advtg. Men with degree
8 p.m.--Erskine Caldwell, nloted revised ticket sale policy. in any field. Located throughout U.S.
,will speak on "Out" of the 2. That upon any change in said Detroit Bank & Trust Co., Detroit-
author, policy, no matter how slight, the presi- Majors in Econ. & Law for Mgmt. Trng.
Caldwell Workshop" in the Michi- dent of Student Government Council & Banking Prog. Men only.
gan ballroom. or his designated agent send to the THURS., MARCH 11-
8:30 p.m. - Joseph Knitzer, presidents of all recognized and r'eg- Bureau of the Budget-(See above).
v s a istered student groups, fraternities, Detroit Edison Co., Detroit-Degrees
vilinist and Arthur Loesser,sororities, and residence hall houses an in Gen. Lib. Arts, Indust. Mgmt., Econ.
pianist, will give a recital in Rack- explanation of the change at least two
ham Lecture Hall. weeks before it is to go into effect.
A F Approved: That the following be
8:30 p.m.--All Five Democratic adopted as part of the operating pro- COME LAUGH AND ENJOY
Council candidates and Mayoralty cedures: "The seating of candidates
candidate Eunice Burns will speak elected to Student Government Council THIS GREAT CLASSIC BY
at the Young Democrats Candi- shall be the last item of business at a
ate Night n Rm 3C of t regular or special meeting less than George Bernard Shaw
dates Night,- in Rm. 3C of the one week following the election. Such
Union. Those appearing will in- action is contingent upon the recoin-
elude: H. C. Curry (First Ward) mendation of the Credentials and Rules
Phyllis Wright (Second Ward)Committee that such persons be seat-
Prof. Joseph Kallenbach (Third Approved: That any member of the A MASTERPIECE
Ward), Jay Stielstra (Fourth Credentials and Rules Committee des- OF HIGH COMEDY
Ward) and Robert Carr (Fifth ignated by the chairman be empowered
Ward). *Approved:eThat the deadline for re- ANN ARBOR CIVIC
8:30 p.m.-Prof. Joseph Knit- quests to sponsor Group A activities THEATER
zer, violin and Prof. Arthur Loes- for which a date must be reserved for
.gthe spring-summer term of 1965 or the 8 P.M., March 4, 5, 6
ser, piano, will give a recital in fall-winter term 1965-66 be Mon., March Lydia Mendelssohn Theatre
Rackham Lecture Hall. 8 at 5 p.m.
Approved: That the rules be sus- TICKETS NOW ON SALE
THURSDAY, MAR. 4 p ended to permit Sherry Miller to con-
tinue to serve as a student representa- Box Office open 10 A.M.-5 P.M.
3 p.m.-A research seminar in tive to the University Calendaring Com- Mail orders to P.O. Box 1993
hospital and medical systems will mittee until April 1, 1965.
discuss "Estimating Manpower Approved: That SGC recommend to I Thursday, $1.50
the student representatives of the Uni-
Requirements" in Rm. 69, Business versity Calendaring Committee that the
Administration Bldg. committee adopt a ticket sale policy for

Assembly meeting, March 3, 8:45 p.m.,
1511 Washtenaw.
University of Michigan Rugby Club,
tPractice for spring season, March 6,
10 a.m., Waterman Gym.
The Fideler Co., Grand Rapids, Mich.
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Pictured above is Bristol Laboratories' pilot plant
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Process development at Bristol is an interesting
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