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THE MICHIG~AN DlAILY

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COLLEGE ROUNDUP:
Johnson Wins Mock Election at Harvard

ISR Initiates Program
To Study Employment

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STARTS WEDNESDAY

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By KAREN KENAH move: the greater relative growth official stopping the school's in the women's dorms is expected The Institute for Social Re-
of the graduate school and the Young Republican Club and Young to be corrected by girls getting search has started an 11 part, 10
CAMBRIDGEeMass. - Harvard tendency toward earlier speciali- Americans for Freedom chapter married, dropping out and mov- year program to study employment
University "elected" President zation in the undergraduate years. from selling copies of "None Dare ing home. In the men's dorms fra- status and its effects on the physi-
Lyndon B. Johnson by the hugest Should such a development oc- Call It Treason," and "A Texan ternity rush and decisions of some cal and mental health of the in-
landslide a candidate has ever cur a student might have the Looks at Lyndon." men to live off-campus will solve dividual,
achieved in the near-century-old option of several different degree 'The sale on the books had orig- the problem. The study will be concerned
poll taken by the university's E programs with varying time re- inally been blocked on the grounds with health effects of job termina-
newspaper for each presidential quirements. that the books were non-univer- EVANSTON, Ill.-A top-ranking tithe mobilty of terlabor
election. The trend is a marked departure sity publications. Northwestern University official force and the psychological re-
The President received 86.1 per from Yale tradition which has* * * denied a statement indicating actions of the individuals in-
cent of the vote in the university kept the undergraduate school TEMPE, Ariz. - Overcrowded members of the freshman class volved to a change in their job
as compared to Sen. Barry Gold- strictly apart from the graduate dorm conditions have forced 40 were classified on the basis of I e status and unemployment.
water's 13.9 per cent. school. co-eds and approximately 250 men race, color, or creed by the ad- Robert L.Kahn, one of the
Three per cent of the Democrats at the University of Arizona to missions department. initial planners of the series stat-
voted for Goldwater while 51 per BOULDER, Colo. - Two con- take temporary housing assign- Franklin M. Kreml, university ed the purpose of the study as:
cent of the students listing them- servative student political orga- ments until the situation can be vice-president and director of "We are interesued in understand-
selves as Republicans voted for nizations were first denied and alleviated, according to director planning and development, said ing the relationships between work
Johnson. The President received then granted the right to sell poli- of housing, Edward M. Hickcox. that the practice of coding appli- and health-the effects of trans-
90 per cent of the independent tical information at a booth, in Plans for next year are being cants was definitely not in ef- fers, hiring, and firing-which
vote as compared with the 10 the student union at the Univer- made to deal with the problem, feet last year and has not been will help us to make more sense
per cent that went to Goldwater. sity of Colorado. in the form of two additional halls used in the recent past. He spoke of the way people react to, and
* * * Dean of Men and student un- for men and the conversion of in reply'to an accusation that the are affected by, changes in their
NEW HAVEN, Conn.-Informed ion director James Quigley said it one old hall for men into a hall system had not been abandoned employment stalus.
sources suggest that the day is was a "misunderstanding" that for women, until after the acceptance of the The project is being run by the
coming when Yale College will had originally led to a university Hickcox said that the situation current freshman class, researchers of the Institute's
merge into the graduate school, ; ____-______-Mental Health in Industry Pro-
making the four -year student a gram and will utilize government
thing of the past. agencies, private foundations, in-
Two trends for eshadow such a dustry and labor organizations to
._______________ make its findings. The study isl
," ." : , : $ being financed by a five-year
grant of $398,000 from the U.S.
A crossPublic Health Service.
Dr. Sidney Cobb, an epidemiol-
Campusogist in the school of public health
and George ti Brooks, an ISR
;<T.7 research associate.
TUESDAOCT.27

The program, divided into 11
parts, has just started its third
individual study. This study will
investigate problems related to em-
ployment and unemployment and
the health effects created by these
problems.
Another study, entitled, "At-
titude Survey of Manpower De-
velopment and Training Act
Trainees," has also been started
and is being directed by Dr. John
R. P. French Jr., ISR researcher,
and his' colleague Dr. Gerald
Gurin. It is being.suppe i ted by
a grant from the Office of Man-
power and Training, to the sum of
$91,000. French and Eurin are
also directing a study concerned
with 're-education of culturally
deprived school dropouts. The
U.S. Office of Education has given
a grant of $40,000 for this study.

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DIAL 8-6416
"CHEERED
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HONORED
At The Cannes
Film Festival
It Deserves
Its Accolades!"
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12 noon-Prof. Robert J. Harris
of the Law School will speak on
"Civil Rights and the Law" at
the regular luncheon discussion
group at the International Cen-
ter.
3:30 p.m.-Jacques Poleri will
give a slide lecture on the "The
New Theatre" in the Architecture
Aud.
7:30 p.m. - Clifton DeBerry,
presidential candidate of the So-
cialist Worker's Party, will speak
on "Goldwater, Johnson and the
Negro" in Rm. 3RS of the Michi-
gan Union ..
8 pan.-Prof. Gordon Lippit, di-
rector of the Center for the Be-
havioral Sciences at George Wash-
ington. University, will; speak on1
"Changing Trends in 'Organiza-
tional Development" in the West]
Conference Rm. of the Rackham
Bldg.
8 p.ni.-Paul van Buren, profes-
sor of theology at Temple Univer-
sity, will speak on "The Challenge
of Contemporary to Traditional
Theology: The Challenge of Hon-
esty" in the Multipurpose Rm. of
the UGLI.
8:30 p.m.-Maynard Klein will
conduct the University Symphonic
Choir in a music school Dedication
Series Concert in Hill Aud.
WEDNESDAY, OCT.28
9:30-11:30 a.m. - Paul van1
Buren, professor of theology at
Temple University, will be in the
Michigan Union Grill to talk in-
formally with interested students,
faculty and staff.
11 a.m.-Eugene Jackson of the
General Motors research labora-
tories will speak on "The Chal-
lenges of Special Librarianship" in
the Multipurpose Rm. of the UGLI.
3:30 p.m.-George T. Scanlan,
senior fellow of the American
Research Center in Egypt, will
speak on the excavations at Fustat,
an Islamic medieval capital, in
Architecture Aud.
4:10 p.m,-Paul van Buren, pro-
fessor of theology at Temple Uni-
versity, will speak on "The Chal-
lenge of Contemporary to Tra-
ditional Theology: The Challenge
of Clarity" in the Multipurpose
Rm. of the UGLI.
8 p.m.-The PTP will present
the APA in George Bernard Shaw's
"Man and Superman" in Mendel-
ssohn Theatre.
8 p.m.-Paul van Buren, profes-
sor of theology at Temple Univer-
sity, will engage in a dialogue with.
Fr. John Harden, S. J., of Western
Michigan University on the topic
"Recent Developments in Catholic
Theology" at the Newman Center..
8:30 p.m.-Societa Corelli will
perform in a Chamber Arts Series
Concert in Rackham Aud.
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--Daily-Robert Sheffield
THE UNIVERSITY RIDING CLUB DRILL TEAM (above) prepares for the competition at the
annual horse show next March. Competition will be in varied fields including bareback riding and
jumping and is open to all University students.
Riding Club Finds Members at 'U'
University students interested opportunities for riding are un- the Michigan State University and
in riding have a good opportunity limited. According to Ann McFar- University of Detroit riding clubs.
to enjoy their sport in Ann Ar- lane, '67, the vice-president of the The drill team is now practicing
bor. club, plans for this year include for the annual horseshow next
The Crop and Saddle Club, af- country and Sunday morning March. However, competition is
filiated with the Women's Athletic breakfast rides, and for experienc- open to any University student.
Association, meets Thursday nights ed riders fox-hunting at the Wa- Classes in the show will be varied,
to ride for two hours. It offers terloo Hunt Club in Jackson. There including bareback riding and
classes to students of all abilities, will also be exchange rides with jumping.
from the beginner who has never __
been in a saddle to the experienc-
ed jumper and hunter. DINE OUT AND ROCK AND ROLL
The club rides at the Huron wih

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-MICHAEL JOEV
CONNORS HEATHERTON
Produced by Directed by
JOSEPH E LEVINE EDWARD DMYTRYK

JACK JONES
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Academy Award
Tunosmithsa
Sammy Cahn and
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Sased on the novel "Where Lve Has Gone" by HAROLD ROBBINS
TECHNICOLOR*TECHNISCOPE.

River Stables in two large rid-
ing rings, indoors and out. The
stable, however, is moving further
into the country soon, where the

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The AMBLERS
F. Q. Back, G. 0. Frame
Crazy Davy, Tissue
The Killer and Surf King

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At Schwa bin Inn'... 215 S Ashley
Every Wednesday-9:00

PREMIERE - OCT. 28, 8 P.M.
by' George Bernard Shaw
,/'Directed by Stephen Porter
oseph Bird
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Rnald Bishop
CaytonCrat
Gordon Gould
Jennifer Harmon
Rosemary Harris
Nancy Marchand
Donald Moffat
Paul Soarer
Ellis Redd
Joanna Roos
Richard Woods
A Delightful. Witty
Battle of the Sexes.
Settings and Lighting designed by Kim Swados
Costumes designed by Nancy Potts

TODAY THRU THURSDAY
TWO WONDERFUL
COMEDIES RETURN
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DEPARTMENT OF SPEECH
UNIVERSITY OF MICHIGAN PLAYERS PRESENT
MOLIERE'S
THE MAGNARY INVAlD.

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Wed.-Thurs.
$1.50-1.00
NOVEMBER 4-7

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$1.75-1.25

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MAXL ORDERS TAKEN NOW!
Box office opens at 12:30 p.m. beginning Nov. 2
or mail orders to: University Players, Dept. of Speech;
The University of Michigan, Ann Arbor.
Enclose Self-Addressed Stamped Envelope.

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