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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

WEDNESDAY, 10 MARCH 1965

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The Senior Officers of the Uni-
versity Activities Center have an-
nounced selections for the UAC
executive council. The following
people will serve as committee'
chairmen for the following year:.
Academic Affairs, Ronna Joj
Magy; Creative Arts, C. Robert
Pryor; Contempory Discussion,
Edward N. Robinson; Internation-
al Affairs, Alison Atherton; Per-
sonnel, John M. Saveland; Pub-1
lications, Victoria Chipman; Pub-
lic Relations, Jay H. Zulauf; So-,
cial, Mary Zimmerman; Student;
Travel, Frederick G. Smith; Uni-
versity Services, Brian J. Kott.
WEDNESDAY, MARCH 10
4 p.m.-George S. Odiorne, di-
rector of the Bureau of Industrial
Relations, will speak on "Manage-
ment by Objectives" in room 146
of the BuS. Ad. school.
4:15 p.m. - Prof. W. Norman,
Brown of the Indian department
of the University of Pennsylvania
will speak on "The Search for the
Real in Indian Thought" in Aud.
F. of the P. A. Bldg.
4:15 p.m.-Arch C. Gerlach, di-
rector of the National Atlas Proj-
ect, will discuss "The History and
Progress of the Forthcoming Na-
tional Atlas of the United States"
in the East Conference Rm. of
Rackham.
7:30 p.m. - Barry Goldstein,
former University student, will
speak on "Selma and the Rights
Movement" with representatives
of SNCC and Voince in Rm. 3B
of the Union.
7:30 p.m. - President Harlan
Hatcher and Prof. Hazel Losh of
the astronomy department will
join the marching band and bas-
ketball team in a pep rally in
Yost Field House.
8:30 p.m. - The Professional
Theatre Program will present Ed-
gar Lee Masters' "Spoon River" in
Hill Aud.
ORGANIZATION
NOTICES
Use of This Column for Anounce-
ments is available to officially recog-
nized and registered student organiza-
tions only. Forms are available in Room
1011 SAB.
* * *
Alpha Phi Omega, Pledge meeting,
March 10, 4 p.m., 528D SAB.
* * *
Canterbury House, "Quest for Hu
man values," dinner/discusson, Rev.
Daniel Burke, Prof. Peter Fontana,
Thurs., March 11, 5:30 p.m., Canterbury
House, 218 N. Division.
* * .9
Graduate History Club, Speaker, Prof.
Raymond Grew, History Department,
topic: "Why Study the Risorgimento?"
March 11, 8 p.m., Rackham, West Con-
ference Room.
* * «
Joint Judiciary Council, All cam-
pus conference, March 11, 7:30 p.m..
Michigan Union, Room 3 R-S.
* « «
La Sociedad Hispanica, Prof. George
F. Hourani Dept. Near Eastern Studies
(U. of M.) will speak on "Muslim and
Alusia and Its Relation to Spain and
Morocco," with slides, Wed., March 10
8 p.m., 205 Frieze Bldg.
* * *
Le Cerle Francais, Le Baratin, le 11
Mars, le jeudi, 3-5 p.m., 3050 Frieze
Bldg.
Near East Studies Club, Lecture -
"Lebanese in West Africa," March 11,
p.m., Lane Hall.
Voice Political Party, Membership
meeting, March 10, 7:30 p.m., Michigan
Union, Room 3B.
* * S
U. of M. Amateur Radio Club, Meet-
ing, elections, March 11, 7 p.m., Union.
Room 3D.
* * *
U. of M. Friends of SNCC and Voice
Political Party, Lafayette Surney, SNCC
field secretary speaking in place of
John Lewis. Mr. Burney will speak at
3 p.m, March 10 on the D;ag and at
4 p.m. in Aud. A, Angell Hall.
* * *
Voice Political Party and O.R.A. pre-
sents Donna Allen, member of Women'r
Strike fore Peace. Mrs. Allen, an au-
thor, labor economist, and professor wa-
called before House Un-American Ac-
tivities Committee, and refused to tes-

tify In closed session. She will speak
in Aud. A, Angell Hall, Friday, March
12 at 4:15 p.m., on "Three Against
HUAC." Everyone welcome.
* * *
University Lutheran Chapel, Lenten
Vesper service, March 10, 7:30 and 10
p.m., 1511 Washtenaw.
Young Democrats, ExecutivemBoar('
meeting, Thurs., March 11 4 p.m., 2535
SAB.
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THURSDAY, MARCH 11
4:10 p.m.-X. J. Kennedy, pro-
fessor of English at Tufts Univer-
sity, will discuss "Reading of
Poems with Commentary" in Aud.
3 .
4:15 p.m.-Prof. Emeritus Lily
Ross Taylor of Bryn Mawr College
will lecture on "Voting Methods
and Places of Assembly of Cen-
turies and Tribes" in Aud. A.
4:15 p.m.-The Omega Chapter
of Phi Delta Kappa will sponsor a
seminar on the problems and pros-
pects for teacher certification
programs at the University in the
U.E.E. Aud.
7 and 9 p.m. - Cinema Guild
will present the Ann Arbor Film
Festival in the Architecture Aud.
8:30 p.m.-The music school will
sponsor a French horn recital by
William McCann in the Recital
Hall of the School of Music.
ELECTION RESULTSj
SGC
Garry Cunningham, '66,
and Harlan Bloomer, '66 2098
Robert Golder, '67, and
Ellen Buchalter, '67 1315
Paula Cameron, '67 1313
Steven Schwartz, '68 1185
Mickey Eisenberg, '67 1164
Jack Winder, '66 1048
Susan Ness, '68 1016
Christopher Mansfield, '66 987
Steven Daniels, '67 874E
Paul Pavlik, '66 838
Donald Resnick, '68 828
Myles Stern, '66 715
Russell Linden, '68 689
George Field, '67 681
Neil Hollenshead, '67 677
Richard Gentry, '66 654
Lawrence Hauptman, '66 536
Harvey Wasserman, '67 449
David Sloan, '67 344
John Bookston, '67 366
Kenneth Zuckerman, '68 336
Randall Jones, '68 304
NATIONAL STUDENT
ASSOCIATIONj
H. Neil Berkson, '66 1771
Barry Bluestone, '66 - 1749
Yee Chen, '65 1624
Judy Klein, '66 1484
Lee Hornberger, '66 1334
Richard Horevitz, '67 1259
Richard Shortt, '66 1188
BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION
SCHOOL
President:
Alan Gelband, '66BAd 31
George Clark, '66BAd 26!
Vice-President:
Thomas Sherman, '66BAd 26
Robert Sandleman, '66BAd 23
Secretary-Treasurer:
Richard Berman, '66BAd 42
PUBLICATIONS BOARD
John Lorenson, '66BAd 1786
Philip Sutin, Grad 1716
Robert Bartol, '64BAd 1621
Robert Shenkin, '65BAd 1453
ENGINEERING COLLEGE
Edward Carter, '66E 74
Louis Lachance, '66E 62
Robert Malte, '66E 62
James Tann, '65E 361
Stanford Weinstein, '66E 24
LSA SENIOR CLASS
Danny Glickman, '66 297
Herbert Linn, '66 220
Jon March, '66 110
Terry Bangs, '66 108
Stephen Sweet, '66 46
ATHLETIC BOARD
Richard Volk, '67Ed 1825
Marvin Freedman, '67 1388

The Daily Official Bulletin is an Detroit Armenian Women's Club tional Center who will be on campus Lib. Arts for mgmt. trng. program. Geol., Acctg, & Secretarial for posi-
official publication of The Univer- Scholarships: One $300 undergraduate this week on the dates indicated. Pro- Various locations. tions in office work with regulation
sity of Michigan, for which The scholarship and one $400 graduate fel- gram arrangements are being made by McLean Trucking Co., Cleveland, Ohio of elec. & nat. gas industries.
Michigan Daily Assumes no editor- lowship will be awarded for 1965-66 Mrs. Clifford R. Miller. International -Degrees in Econ., Engl., Philos.. & Rand Corp., Santa Monica, Calif.-
ial responsibility. Notices should be by the Detroit Armenian Women's Club. Center, 764-2148. Psych. for positions in Mgmt. Trng., Men & women. Advanced degrees in
sent in TYPEWRITTEN form to Applications must be on file in De- A. O. Odeleye, development officer, Transport. & Sales. 19 states & D.C. Astron., Math & Physics. Also Doctorate
Room 3564 Administration Bldg. be- troit by April 15. Applicants must be University of Ife, Ibadan, Nigeria, Feb. Continental Casualty Co., Chicago - degrees in Econ. & Poll. Set. for Theo-
fore 2 p.m. of the day preceding men or women of Armenian parentage 27-March 25. Degrees in Econ., Gen, Lib. Arts & retical Research.
publication, and by 2 p.m. Friday whose legal residency is in the state Ernst Kipping, assistant professor of Math for insurance (home office), sales LaSaile National Bank Chicago -
for Saturday and Sunday. General of Michigan. Character, academic history, University of Bonn, Bonn, Ger- & statistics. Throughout U.S. & Cana- BA's & MA's i Econ. for positions in
Notices may be published a maxi- achievement, and financial need will many, March 3-April 30. da.
mum of two times on request; Day be considered when the awards are Dr. Alois Tesitel, head of the Cen- U.S. Dept. of Labor, Wash., D.C, - Mgmt. & Banking Trng. program.
Calendar items appear once only. made. tral Library of the University of Chem- Men & women. BA's & MA's in Gen. SPECIAL ANNOUNCEMENT:
Student organization notices are not Ical Technology, Pardubice, Czechoslo- Lib. Arts, Math, Social Work, Educ, etc. U.S. Marine Corps officers will be i
accepted for publication. Dept. of English Reading: Under the vakia, March 7-10. for positions in elec. computing, per-
sponsorship of the Dept. of English, Joseph Vinarek. director of the State sonnel. public admin., soc. work & sta- the Fishbowl on March 15, 16, & 17 to
Joseh Vnark, drecor f th Stte give information about Officer Candi.
WEDNESDAY, MARCH 10 X. J. Kennedy will read from his Library of the Czechoslovak Socialist tistics.,dae Snhomlt o apointment n
poems and comment upon them on Republic; vice-chairman of the Cen- Michigan IBue Cross, Detroit - De- Stop by and get Information on many
Thurs., March 11, at 4:10 p.m. in Aud. tral Library Council, Branik, Czecho- grees in Econ., Engl., Phych., & Gen. fie ds available with the Marines.
Day Calendar B.Bs.fo____ Tng
Mathematicsk Statistics.Bus r Tatham-Laird, Inc., Chicago-BA's & SUMMER PLACEMENT SERVICE:
Mathematics Statistics Seminar: Prof MA's in any field for advtg., mgmt.2SAB-
rRnng or Bdiessor ,J. N. Darroch will continue his talk aCceiteit trng., mkt. res. & merchandising.
Workshop-Geary A. it on "Principal Components and Factor Johns-Hopkins Univ., Baltimore, Md. Washington National Insurance Co..
"Use, Selection, Evaluation, and Writ- Analysis" on Thurs., March 11, 4 p.m., ANNOUNCEMENTS: -Group meeting at 4:45 p.m. for Evanston, I1.-Will interview men stu-
ing of Programmed Materials": Michi-s Angell Hall, New Country school, tudents interested in MA in Teach- dents for summer jobs in Home Office
gan Union, 8:30 a.m. Announces teaching fellowships for ing. 1 yr. program leads to MA & procedures on Thurs., March 11 at 21
Training and Development, Personnel 'National Program for Graduate pre-school through jr. high levels. Pref. certif. No previous educ. courses req. SAB.
Offieniversity Manament Prsnm- School Selection: Application blanks 4 yrs. college-will consider min, of 2 Financial aid available. Additional in-
Offinar-L. ClaytonUvers Hill, professor mentemeri- for the Graduate Record Examination yrs. for program offering on-the-job formation at Bureau. Make appoint- ENGINEERING PLACEMENT INTER-
ius-of Csay r os sic of are available in 122 Rackham Bldg. The training. Extension courses offered ments early. VIEWS-Seniors & grad students, please
5us of ind" ichrean non, 8:30. next administration of the test will through many area colleges, within WED., MARCH 17- Ign schedule posted at 128-H West
perI1 , be on Sat., April 24, and applications 40 miles of N.Y.C. Practice teachers live- U.S. Air Force, Wash., D.C.-BA's & Engrg.
a.m. must be received in Princeton, N.J., in & receive stipend. Apply immed. for MA's In any field for Officer Trng. MARCH 11-
Municipal Finance Officers' Confer- by April 9. fellowships. School is an Equal Oppor- School. Argonne National Lab., Argonne, Ill,
MncplFnne ffcr'Cne-1tunity Employer. Pretc-al n. EgeodCif.Idaho Falls, Idaho-All Degrees: EE &
enceRegstraion Racham Loby tuty mploer.: egrie-HaII, Inc., Englewood Cliffs, ME. MS-PhD: Instru. & Naval & Ma-
ence-Registration, Rackham Lobby, Hopwood Awards: All manuscripts to N.J.-Degree in any field for College
9:30 a.m. be entered in the Hopwood Contests The Scandinavian Seminar-Will in- Field Repres. Small territory & little rine. PhD: ChE, EM & Met. Men &,
T aoemust be in the Hopwood Room, 1006 terview today, March 10, students and traveling, women. Non-citizens limited-excep-
Training and Development, Personnel Angell Hall, by 4:30 p.m., Wed., March other adults for a unique overseas study Continental Oil Co., Houston, Tex.- tionai students only. R. & D.
Sar-GeUniver ityOdornage recto r 1em program in Denmark, Finland, Nor-|Men & women, BA in Math; BS & MS (Continued on Page 3)
aherau -f Idurialdreltonsfway or Sweden. Spend the 1965-66 aca- in Bus. & Acctg. for computer work
"Managemen by Objctriae" n 146 The Martha Cook Building will re- demic yr. living with families, using located in Ponca City, Okla.
"Management by Objectives': 146, main open for the first eight weeks language of the chosen country, & AR 1
of the Summer Session (May 3-June 26) studying in residential schools of adult College LifeCInsurance Co., indian-E UNIVERSITY OF
p.m. for a limited number of students. Any educ. Tuition, room and board, lan- apolis, Ind.Derees in Gen Lib Arts TH
U L University woman may apply. Please guage materials & one way transporta-
tre-Arch C. Gerah Udietroftye telephone NO 2-3225 for information. tion from N.Y. to Scandinavia is $1800. Ges. Edca.. Jhot U.S, so
ture-Arch C. Gerlach, director of the Limited scholarships are available. a Located throughout U.S., alsol
National Atlas Project. "The History Student Government Council Approval Language not required. Call Bureau of Ann Arbor.
jIFseBdyDvWre, ic.and Progress of the Forthcoming Na- of the following student-sponsored Appointments, 7476 o pon- Fse oyDvWreMc.-
tiona Atlas of the United States": East events becomes effective 24 hours after ment. Degrees in Gen. Lib. Arts, etc. for po- Thepar
Conference Room, Rackham Bldg., 4:15 the publication of this notice. All sitions as field repres. for Craftsman'sOe
Guild. Job begins Aug. 30 end Jan.
p.m. publicity for these events must be PLACEMENT INTERVIEWS: Bureau 1 with possibility for further oppor- pfGS
Rabindranath Tagore Memorial Lee- me unil the approval has be- of ppntmentsSeno4 & rad - tunity with co, In public rel. or other
tue .Nra rwUiest fcome effective, dents, please call 764-7460 for appoint- area. Salary & travel expenses.
ture: W. Norman Brown, University of Approval request forms for student- ments with the following: Revlon Inc., Detroit - Derees in
Pennsylvania, "The SearcPhysicsa sponsored events are available in Room MON., MARCH 15- Econ., Educ. & Gen. Lib. Arts for ter-
Aronoy4:ld..,lbert1011 of the SAB. American Air Lines, N.Y.C. - Men ritorial sales in Detroit area.
Astronomy Bldg. .Gilbert and Sullivan Soviety. Yeo- for mgmt. trng. Degree in any field. FRI., MARCH 19-
Botany Seminar: Dr. Kenneth Bud, men of the Guard," March 31, April U.S. NavyrDept,, Wash., D.C. - Federal Power Comm., Wash., D.C.
"Entry of Solutes into the Xylem of Mendessohn Theatre. L Mgmt. Intern program for persons -Men & women, degrees in Econ.,
Corn," 4:15 p.m. 1139 Nat , who have taken the Mgmt. Intern
Intrdeartentl Sminr o Rea-Summary of Action Taken by StudentExm
Interdepartmental Seminar on Rela- Government Council at Its Meeting of TUES., MARCH 16-
tivity: Prof. Tai, "Cerenkov Radiation," March 3, 1965 W. T. Grant Co., N.Y.C.-BA's in Gen.
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I tdayat pm.,228Ynyic nsronmy Approved: That SGC validate the fol-
Bldg. lowing election results:
Business Administration-President,
Anatomy Lecture: Dr. George Pappas, Gelband; vice-president, Sherman; sec-
Columbia University, "Morphological retary-treasurer, Berman.
Basis of Transport Activities in Various Board in Control of Intercollegiate
Sites: An Electron Microscopic Study," Athletics-Wolk.
today at 4 p.m., 2501 E. Medical Bldg. Engineering - Lachance, president;
Carter, vice-president; Malte, secre-
society of Sigma X Lecture: "Quasars tary-treasurer.
and Radio Observations of Exploding LSA-Presidcnt, Glickman; vice-pres-
Galaxies" by Fred T. Haddock, profes- ident, Linn; secretary-treasurer, Sweet.
sor of astronomy and professor of elec- Board in Control of Student Publi-
C trical engineering, director of Radio cations-Sutin, Lorenzen, Bartol.
Astronomy Observatory, the University NSA - Berkson, Bluestone, Chen,
of Michigan, Wed., March 10, Rackham Klein.
Amphitheatre at 8 p.m. Approved: That Gary Cunningham be
seated as president and Harlan Bloom-
S Wed., March 10: World University er as executive vice-president of Stu-
Service Bucket Drive. dent Government Council for terms of
one year.
Michigan Marching Band: All mem- Approved: That the votes for Stu- I
bers of the marching band who are dent Government Council members be
playing for the pep rally this evening recounted.
are to report to the north locker Approved: That SGC appropriate $420
room of Yost Field House by 7 p.m. to cover the cost of transportation and
dressed in suits, ties, and dark shoes registration for the five students who
Bring instruments. are to represent the University of Mich-
igan at the Model UN conference to be
General Notices held at the University of Minnesota.
Physical Chemistry Seminar: Lowell ForeitI1 n sitors
McCoy, U. of M., Chem. Dept., will
speak on "The Electrode Double Layer
or the Bridge of Y's" on Thurs., March The following are the foreign vsi-
11, in Room 1200 Chem. Bldg., at 5 tors programmed through the Interna-
p.m.? --__-
Special Lecture: "Synthesis of a-
Methylene-y-butyrolactones" by Prof. For the best in
James A. Marshall, Northwestern Uni-
versity, on Thurs., March 11 in Rm.
1300 Chem. Bldg., at 8 p.m.
Parking Notice: Parking rates in visi- guy of
tor and patient lots M-16 and M-18 LE
(east of University Hospital) will be
changed on March 15 to the follow- State Street at N.U.
ing: 10c first hour or fraction thereof,
Sc each additional hour or fraction
thereof, and 50c maximum per day.

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