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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

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sica MacKay, '66; Thomas Newmark,
Y OFFICIAL '66; Charlene Richardson, '68; Susan
DAILY Schneyer, '68; Lawrence Selter, '66;
BULLETINThomas ittwru68.
BULLETIN Discussion Group Two, meeting in
Room 3L, Includes: Janice Behling,
'66;Susan Decker, '67; Sidney Bliss,
66; Jean Briner, '66; Joan Cerin, '68;
(Continued from Page 2) Lynn Dolgin, '67; Linda Duvall, '69;
Judith Grant, '67; Susan Gross, '67;
Bell Hall, 2 p.m. Chairman, F. W. Gehr- Terry Jardis, '67; Susan Montaperto,
ing. '66; Patricia Rymar, '68; Mary Sailer,
'66; Cheryl Spector, '67.
Engineering Mechanics Departmental Discussion Group Three, meeting in
Seminar: Prof. A. M. Freudenthal, Co- Room 3M, includes: Gary Carter, '66;
lumbia University, "Second Order Ef- Moon Chen, '68; C. William Cosgrove,
fects on Dissipative Solids," Mon., April '66; Mary Ellen Daugherty, '66; Paul
5, 4 p.m., 311 W. Engineering. Hedlund, '68; Richard Kepes, '66; Ed-
ward Kuipers, '66; Nancy Leva, '66;
Center for Near Eastern and North Swanee Maddox, '67; Zosia Rosa, '66;
African Studies Lecture: William H. Martin Schultz, '67; David Seybold, '67,
Lewis, Dept. of State, Algeria, Social- Discussion Group Four, meeting in
ismA Arabism and Conflict": Aud., D, Room 3N, includes: Victoria Chipman,
Angell Hall., Mon,, April 5, 4:15 p.m. 67; Elizabeth Curly, '67; William Han-
dorf, '66; Janet Mark, '68; Michael
Doctoral Examination for Carl Doug- Miller, '68; Sherry Milliken, '67; Wil-
las Henning, Mechanical Engineering; 1am Moskowitz, '66; Barbara Nepstad,
.thesis: "Transient Heat Transfer to a '66; Gloria Schoettle, '68; Kenneth Sie-
Bingham Plastic with Internal Energy gel, '68; Nancy Stein, '68; John Ward,
Generation," Mon., April 5, 2026 Fluids '66; Leslie Whalin, '68.
Lab., North Campus, 4 p.m. Chairman, Discussion Group Five, meeting in
W. Y. Yang. Room 3B, includes: Robert Alexander,
'66; Helen Bandur, '66; Richard Ber-
Fail Orientation Leaders, 1965: The ger, '67; Robert Billings, '66; Stephen
University Services Committee of the Billings, '67; Stephen Bodner, '68;
Universities Activities Center announc- Wayne Poyer, '66; Paula Kanarek, '68;
ed the selection of the orientation lead- Carol Ann Leitner, '68; Paul Pavlik,
er candidates for the fall semester, '66; Linda Shyavitz, '68.
1965. Discussion Group Six, meeting in
Students who did not serve as orien- Room 3C, includes: Cathleen Baker,
tation leaders in previous semesters are '67; Maxine Berman, '68; Del Blessing-
required to attend the Leader Train- er, '65; Lynn Fuller, '67; Mitchell
ing Workshop on Mon., April 5, at 7 Greenwald, '68; Kathlyn Johnson, '68;
p.m., on the third floor of the Michi- Judy Keith, '66; Deborah Klomparens,
gan Union. Former leaders will'receive '68; Karen Newman, '68; Wanda Reig,
instructions from the Orientation Of- '68; Alan Server, '66; John Weiler, '67.
fice in mid-July. Discussion Group Seven, meeting in
The former leaders who have been Room 3X, includes: Terry Darling, '68;
selected include: Roy DeGesero, '65; Ralph Luken, G;
Becky Adams, '67; David Allor, '66; Martha Medlar, '68; William Mrozek,
Willis Anderson, '68; JoAnne Bower- '67; Carol Murphy, '67; aPtricia Rap-
man, '67; Audrey Childers, '67; Bruce port, '66; Katherine Schaeffer, '66;
Chudacoff, '66; Cheryl Cahn, '65; Lan- Thomas Sherman, '66; Ilene Siegler,
ing Davidson, '66; Cheryl Dodge, '65; '68; Pamela Tominac, '68.
Pauline Furniss, '66; Joan Gilbert, '67; Discussion Group Eight, meeting in
Jane Golden, '66; Marilyn Haines, '67; Room 3Y, includes: Alan David, '68;
Mary E. Hunt, '67; Susan Jeremy, '66; Mary Hall, '66; Janet Lark, '67; Amy
Barbara Jennings, '66; Ronald Jones, Marcuson, '68; Jared Michael, '66; Linda
'66; Sandra Johnson, '65; John Jossel- Morton, '68; Jan Peterman, '66; John
son, '66; Miriam Lang, '67; Josephine Ricca, '67; Jennifer Rizer, '68; Laurine
Martin, '66; Jack Miles, '66; Donald Robinson, '67; Fredrik N. Spanhak, '68;
Palmer, '67; Mark Phillips, '66; Nich- Linda Wolnez, '67.
olas Pisor, '68; Christine Osip, '67; Discussion Group Nine, meeting in
William Salow, '66; Don Serlin, '66; Room Z, includes: Annetta Byrne, '68;
Daniel Shoemaker, '66; Roseann Spata- Mary DeYoe, '67; Judith Gould, '68;
fore, '67; Barbara Schwartz, '67; Allen Mary Anne Hartman, '68; Wendy Kahn
Solomon, '65; Dietmar Wagner, '66; '66; Patricia LaRose, '67; Susan Mor-
Ronald Welf, '67;' Linda Yee, '66; Jerry row, '66; Christine Nicholson, '66; Rich-
Yucht, '66. ard Resnick, '68; Robert Sandelman, '66;
The new leaders chosen by the Virginia Shaffer, '66.
University Services Committee are list- Discussion Group Ten, meeting in
ed by discussion group as follows: Room 3K, includes: Judith Davidson,
Discussion Group One, meeting in '66; William Lockwood, '66; Steven In-
Room 3K, includes: Mary Baylis, '66; gram, '68; John Matsushima, '68; Mar-
Diane Broome, '68; Sherry Gallagher, cia Orr, '68; Mary-Ann Paquette, '66;
'68; James Hanson, '67; Linda Hoehl- Sharalyn Sweitzer, '68; Linn Whalen,
er, '66; Ruthellen Lefkowitz, '67; Jes- '67; Richard Roth, '68; Diane Yost, '68.
GUILD HOUSE
802 Monroe
Monday Noon Lunch 25c
PROFESSOR WM. ZIMMERMAN
Political Science Dept.
"THE COMMUNIST SPLIT"
Monday Evening Open House
Stoneburner's, 536 Elm
W. H. AUDEN
"LENTEN POETRY"
8:30 P.M. and 9:45 P.M.
TUESDAY NOON SEMINAR
at Guild House
PROF. SHAPIRO, Law School
and Dept. of Social Work
"THE EFFECTS OF SOCIAL DEPRIVATION
ON LEGAL PROBLEMS"

Events Monday
Bureau of Industrial Relations Per-
sonnel Techniques Seminar-Clark C.
Caskey, Bureauof Industrial Relations,
"Fundamentals of Action-Taking Tech-I
niques": Michigan Union, 8 a.m.
Public Health John Sundwall Memorial
Lecture-Kenneth A. Easlick, professor
emeritus of public health dentistry,
"The Torrid Torment of Crusade": Pub-
lic Health Aud., 4 p.m.
Dept. of Romance Languages Lecture
-Americo Castro, professor emeritus,I
Princeton University, "El Quipote Como
Problema Literario" : Rackham Amphi-
theatre, 4:10 p.m.
Center for Near Eastern and North
African Studies Lecture-William H.
Lewis, Dept. of State, "Algeria, Social-
ism, Arabism and Conflict": Aud. D,
Angell Hall, 4:15 p.m.
School of Music Faculty Recital -j
Eugene Bossart and Charles Fisher,I
duo-piano with Chamber Orchestra~ Gil-
bert Ross, conductor: Rackham Lec-
ture Hall, 8:30 p.m.
Placement
ANNOUNCEMENT:
Peace Corps Repres. will be on cam-I
pus April 5-10 from 9-9 daily to givej
information about activities of the
Corps. A completed questionnaire is re-
quired to take placement exam given
several times during the week. The
questionnaire is available at the In-
formation Center in lower lobby of the
Union or at the Bureau. Stop by dur-
ing your free time.I
PLACEMENT INTERVIEWS: Bureau
of Appointments-Seniors & grad stu
dents, please call 764-7460 for appoint-
ments with the following:
TUES., APRIL 6-
Girl Scouts, Chicago-Women, BA's &
MA's in Gen. Lib. Arts, Journ., Educ.,
Soc. Work, etc. for positions in mgmt.
trng., personnel, public admin., and
field directors. Located in Mich., Wis.,

Ind. & Ill.
POSITION OPENINGS:
Oakland County Planning Comm.,
Pontiac, Mich.-Secretary, degree in
Secretarial Sci.or rel. pref. Typing &
shorthand req. Age 20-40.
National Homes Corp., Lafayette, Ind
-Plant Engr. BSME, recent grad or
2-3 yrs. exper. Assist in plant main-
tenance & mfg. operations.
State 'of Montana, Helena - Various
openings for grads including account-
ants, child welfare aide, employment
counselor, phys. therapist, nurses,
chemist, etc.
SUMMER PLACEMENT SERVICE:
212 SAB-
The,following will interview April 8:
Irish Hills Girl Scout Council, Camp
O' the Hills, Mich.-Girls 21 & older'
for unit leaders. Also one foreign stu-
dent.
Mac Woods Dune Scooters, Mears,
Mich.-Men 21 or over for scooting the
Mich. dunes. Good pay. Start early,
After 10:30 a.m., Thurs.
SPECIAL ANNOUNCEMENT:
Sunbeam Corp., Detroit-Will inter-
view Thurs., April 8, at the Bureau
of Appointments. Degree in any field.
Sales iepres. for all Sunbeam products
throughout U.S.
EDUCATION DIVISION:
The schools listed will interview from
April 12 through the end of the semes-
ter.
MON., APRIL 12-
Mt. Clemens, Mich. - Elem., Vocal,
Lib., Sp. Ed.--Primary; Voc. Couns. H.S.
Engl., J.H. Engl., Sec. Math/Sci., Ind.
Arts (L'Anse Creuse Schs.).
Milford, Mich. (Muron Valley Schs.)
-Elem., Band.; J.H.-Ind. Arts, Engl.,
Engl./Span., M.R., Diag.
Howell, Mich.,-Elem., J.H. - Math,
Sci., Soc. St., Home Ec./Engl., Girls
PE, Boys PE, Lib.; H.S. - Span./Fr.,
Comm. Engl., Phys./Math, Ind. Arts-
Metal.
Inkster, Mich. (Cherry Hill S.D.) -
Elem.; J.H.-Math/Sci., LA/Soc. St.,
Fr., Lib.; H.S.-Home Ec., Engl./Journ.
Engl., Chem.

Beaverton, Mich.-Elem. Music; J.H.
-Home Ec., Bus./Math; Type A.
Hartland, Mich.-Elem., Engl., Lib.,
Girls PE, Bus. (Typ./Gen. Bus. Econ.),
Art.
Hale, Mich.-Elem., H.S. Soc. St.,
Elem. Vocal/Instr., Sec. Instr.
TUES., APRIL 13-
Tucson, Ariz.-Elem., Spec. Ed., Engi.,
Math, Chem., Phys.
Carson iCty, Mich.-Elem. 1-6; H.S.-
Engl., Span., Gen. Sci., Home Ec., Spec.
Ed. Type A. '
Grass Lake, Mich.-Elem.; H.S. -
Amer. Hist./World Hist./Soc. St., Biol./
Chem. Gen. Set.
Oak Park, Ill.-Elem.; H.S. - Lang.
Arts, Soc., St., Math, Ind. Arts, Span.
Home Ec., Counsel.
Mt. Clemens, Mich.-Elem., Art, Vo-
cal; J.H.-Vocal, Gen. Sci., Math, Girls,
PE; H.S.-Ind. Arts-Draft., Bus. (T &
S), Home Ec.
Clawson, Mich.-Elen., Art; Soc. St.,
Engl., Ind. Arts, Sci., H.S. Spec. Ed.
Armada, Mich.-Elem. K-6. Fr./Eng-
lish, Band/Vocal, Girls PE.
Allen Park, Mich.-Elem., J.H. - In-
str. Strings, Elem. Strings; H.S. -
Woodshop; Spec. Ed. M.H., Orth.-Elem.
Parma, Mich. (Western S.D.)-High-
er Math, H.S. Lib.
Stanton, Mich.-Elem, 2 & 6; Ind.
Arts, Instr. Music, Sec. Art.
WED., APRIL 14-
Birmingham, Mich. - Elem., Art, Fr.,
Lib., Vocal, Instr. or Strings, Read.,
Counsel.; Sec.-Ac. Lib., Engl./Geog.,
Comm., Counsel./Soc. St., Counsel. (fe-
male), Engl., Fr., Lib., Home Ec./Art,
Ind. Arts, SMSG Math, Gen. Set., Diag.,I
-

V.T.
Flint, Mich. (Carman S.D.)-Elem. K- -
6; Vocal; J.H.-Math, Engl., Instr., Ind. -
Arts, Girls FE, Home Ec.; H.S.-Sfim
Coach, VocalArt Music, Type A.Type
B, Diag., Read, Imp., Sp. Corr., V.T.n Ufl
Kenosha, 181s.-All Fields.
Deckerville, Mich.-H.S. Adv. Algebra,
Ind. Arts, El./H.S. Art, Band.
Inkster, Mich.-Elem. Lib., H.S. Soc.
St./Engl., H.S. Math/Sci.
Crosswell, Mich. - H.S. Band, H.S.
Chorus, 9th Gr.-Engl., Sci.; Speech,
Biol., Ind. Arts-Auto Shop, Wood Shop.
Winchester, Mass.-Elem., J.H. -
Guld., Engl., Math/Sci., Sl.; H.S.-
Read., Lib.
THURS., APRIL 15-
Petoskey, Mich. - Elem. Only K-6,
Spec. Ed. Type A.
Grand Haven, Mich.-Speech Correc-
tion Only.
Imlay City, Mich.-Fr./Engl., or Soc.
St., Span./Engl. or Soc. St., H.S. Lib.,
Guid., Comm./Short., Engl., Gen. Sci.
Hamtramck, Mich.-Elem., Lib.; J.H.
Art; H.S. Math, Physics/Sci., Ind. Arts
-Auto., Mach.
Menominee, Mich.-Elem.; H.S. -
Engl., Fr./Span., Home Ec., Band, Coun-
sel.
Pontiac, Mich. (Waterford Twp.)-
Kdg., Sec.-Sci., Soc. St.; Spec. Ed.-
certified for Em. Dist. or working to-
ward it or MA in Guid.
St. Joseph, Mich.-Elem. 1, 2, & 5,
Sp. Corr.
* * *
To make appointments call 764-7462,
Bureau of Appointments, Educ. Div.
Additional information available at 3200
SAB.
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IS EUROPE?
College life is such a busy one, what with learning the Maxixe,
. attending public executions, and walking our cheetahs, that per-
force we find ourselves sometimes neglecting our studies. There-
fore this column, normally a vehicle for innocent tomfoolery,
will occasionally forego levity to offer a quick survey course in
one of the learned disciplines. Today, for an opener, we will dis-
cuss Modern European History.
Strictly defined, Modern European History covers the history
of Europe from January 1, 1964, to the present. However, in
order to provide employment for more teachers, the course has
been moved back to the Age of Pericles, or the Renaissance, as
it is better known as.
The single most important fact to remember about Modern
European History is the emergence of Prussia. As we all know,
Prussia was originally called Russia. The "P" was purchased
from Persia in 1874 for $24 and Manhattan Island. This later
became known as Guy Fawkes Day.
Persia without a "P" was of course called Ersia. This so em-
barrassed the natives that they changed the name of the
country to Iran. This led to a rash of name changing. Mesopo-
tamia became Iraq, Schleswig-Holstein became Saxe-Coburg,
Bosnia-Herzegovina became Cleveland. There was even talk
about changing the name of stable old England, but it was for-
gotten when the little princes escaped from the Tower and in-
vented James Watt. This later became known as the Missouri
Compromise.

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But I digress. Returning to Modern European History, let
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France, as we all know, is divided into several Departments.
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