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41To Head New College
Prof. John E Tirrell, vice- Tirrell, 38 years of a
president, for instruction of, St. native of .Muskegon. He g
Louis, Mo. Junior Colleges and from Hope College in 19
former General Secretary of
Alumni at the University until serving in World War II
1962, has been named the first ceived a master's degree
president of the newly-formed University in 1951 and ac
Oakland Cpmmunity College it in education from Harvar
was announced recently.-

ge, is
949 after
. e re-
from the
d in 1956.

The college was established in
June with classes scheduled to be-
gin in the fall of 1965. Tirrell's ap-
pointment will be effective Oct. 1
The establishment of Oakland
Community College is expected to
mark the first in a new splurge
of two-year institutions which are
located in the same vicinity as
four-year colleges. Tentative plans
are being formulated in Ann Ar-
bor for a Washtenaw County Com-
munity College.

Tirrell has been a teacher and
principal in Michigan public
schools, assistant director of the
Harvard Center for Field Studies
and Dean of Grand Rapids Junior
He received national attention
for his use of computers in pro-
granming new building require-
ments for the St. Louis College.
This new approach resulted in an
estimated $10 million saving in
construction costs.


Emerging Republicanism in the
South may lead that region to
"become involved and responsible
in the national two-party scheme
in ways unknown up to now,"
Prof. George L. Grassmuck of the
political science department said
yesterday. He spoke at the annual
convention of the American Poli-
tical Science Association.
Grassmuck, who directs the
University Center for Near and
Middle Eastern Studies, was one
of three political scientists to pre-
sent papers in a memorial pro-
gram at the convention for the
late Prof. V. O. Key of H arvard
"The weight of Southern ideas
and demands noaw seems evident:
in 1964 Republican politics, and
will probably remain influential
in coming years," Grassmuck
pointed out. "It needs hardly to
be remarked that the (Republi-
can) movement has social impli-
cations for both parties, for .the
country as a whole, and for the
region of the South as well," he
For. example, Grassmuck con-
tinued, "If the two-party system
has appeared in the South, the
Southern congressman and the
Southern senator are no longer in-
vulnerable. The result should be
greater cohesion within both par-
ties, and perhaps a closer ad-
herence of Southern office holders
to the national policies of both
Grassmuck said that Southern
Republicans in the 1960's repre-
sents "A shift from 'post-office
Republicanism' to a contesting

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Those who have already turned in the for state agency. Degree. Bkgd. in
Diploma Application for the Fall 1964 journ., pub. rel., advertising, or related
Term need not do so again. field. Exper. in journ. or pub. rel.
1 * * *
Linguistics Dept. Doctoral Preliminary For further information, please call
Examinations: The dates" for .the doc- 764-7460, General Div., Bureau' of Ap-
toral preliminary examinations for the pointments, 3200 SAB.
Linguistics Dept. are Fri. and Sat., Nov.
6 and 7. Any student who wishes to
take a prelim this semester must no-
tify the departmental office of his in- 0ROANIZATION
tention to do so and which exam he
wishes to take before Oct. 1. NOTICES
School of Nursing Pictures for __.._G
Aequanimitas, Yearbook: Seniors, jun-
iors, sophomores, freshmen. Pictures Use of This Column for Announce-
will be taken in the Student Publica- ments is available to officially recog-
tions Bldg., 420 Maynard St. on Sept. nized and registered student organiza-
11, 14, 15, 16, 17, 18; between the tions only. Organizations who are plan-
hours of 12 noon and 6 p.m., also 7-9 ning to be active for the fall term must
p.m. be registered by Sept. 18, 1964. Forms
The cost is $1.00. Seniors will pay are available in Room'1011 Student Ac-
$4.00-this includes composite picture. tivities Bldg.:
Fl India students Association, Movie.
acem ent "Gumrah," a popular movie from In-
dia .with English subtitles, will be
TEACHER PLACEMENT: shown at Anll Hall A on Sat., Sept:
The following is a list of schools in 12, at 7 p.m..
Michigan that have vacancies for the --___-.-_____,_

. Persons interested should school year 1964-65:
)r. William D. Revelli, 1314 Wayne, Mich.-Jr. High Ind. Arts (full
Music, North Campus, or or part time or substitute).
-0582 immediately for an audi- Inkstr, Mich. (Cherry Hill) - H.S
ntment. Ind. Arts'(full or part time).
Wyandotte, Mich. - Inst. Music -
- j . Strings (part time).
Se ral1N nces Livonia, Mich.-Jr.;High Spanish.
Northville, Mich. (Plymouth State
egiate Debate: Students in- Home & Training School)-Spec. Ed.
n debate, discussion, oratory with specialty in vocational placement.
oraneous speaking are meet- Spec. Ed. with specialty in speech,
lay evening, Sept. 15 at 7:30 Blind or Deaf at. nursery or kindergar-
oom 2040 of the Frieze Bldg. ten level.
nation contact K. E. Andersen, , * * *
, 764-5388. K For additional information contact
I the Bureau of Appointments, 3200 SAB,
st Meeting of the Women's 764-7462.
Club will be held on Mon.
at 8 p.m, in the West Con- POSITION/OPENINGS:
oom of the Rackham Bldg. State of Michigan--Various openings
e Boyce will speak 'on the for Nurses, Denltists, Physicians and
'Dated Coins of the Roman Pharmacists. Positions in httirsing in-
roblems in Solutions in Num- cude Grad. Nurses, Handicapped Chil-
dgraphy." ,.dren Consultant, Public Health Con-
Nurse required. Med. Services Director,
n Fall Term Degree Candi- sultant, and others. Cert. as Grad.
ose who expect to be gradu- Psychiatrist, Public Health Dentists and
ling. completion of fall term Physicians. License to practice med. or
ould submit to the Registrar's dent, in Mich. required. Pharmacists.
)iploma Application not later Regist. as pharm. in Mich. One y'r.
2, 1964. Application forms may exper. required. Positions located in
ed at your school office, ex- lower peninsula.
S&A students who may ob- Washington State Dept. of Personnel,
1 from .Window 'A" in the Olympia, Wash.-Information officers.
Le Administration Bldg.\ I Complex public information program

* t :his Sunday
Calvin Malefyt, Speaking
Professor Kenneth Pike, Ph.D.
Department of Linguistics
university reformled church
East Huron by Rackham Auditorium
The Graduate School, with the cooperation of the
Graduate Student Council, announces an open
meeting for undergraduate and graduate students
interested in graduate fellowships for 1965-66.
Campus faculty representatives will describe the
major fellowship programs, including:

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University of Michigan Fellowships
National Defense Education Act
Rhodes, Marshall, Danforth'
National Science Foundation
Woodrow Wilson, Fulbright-Hays
3:15 P.M.

Diag interlude during a quiet autumn day. f u cc

and only Pfeiffer
offers you the exact
same beer on tap
and under the cap.

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Your Picture belongs in Your Yearbook!
Pictures are taken only during September.
You must make a sitting appointment
sometime this week if you hope to have
your picture in the 1965 Michiganensian.

A mounted man has a mechanical and philosicaal advantage over his fellow beings stilt tied
to the earth.

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