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PAGE EIGHT THE MICHIGAN DAILY FRIflAY, NOVEMBER 6,1964

Michigan's
Legislatre

DAILY OFFICIAL BU LLETIN

I Fi al R sult pan Coninued from Page 2)
Applications for LSA scholarships
LANSING (IP)-Final returns for for the winter term and the spring-
the state's 110-seat House and summe ter ilAand$ IIB 1964-
38-member Senate indicated the Angell Hall. Applications will be due no
following party and district corn- later than November 16, 1964. Appli-
positi~nsemnestmer of rsident in this College
and have attained an over-all grade
S tt o us point average of 2.8 or better.

~./ thAi U/I., A .A YJ U.'U/t~ I.,

1-Waidron (R)
2-Hyso (D)
4-Fitzgerald (D)
5-O'Brien (D)
8-Mahoney (D)
7-Stopczynski (D)
8-Bradley (D)
9.-Ferguson (D)
10N-Holmes (D)
11-White (D)
12-Edwards (D)
13-Michalski (D)
14-Hood (D)
15-Faxon (D)
l6-Hunsinger (D)
17--Stevens (R)
18-Walton (D)
19-Kowalski (D)
20-Montgomery, George (D)
21-Montgomery, George F. (D)
22-Elliott (D)
23-Young (D)
24-West (D)
25--Fitzpatrick (D)
26-McNeely (D)
27-Copeland (D)
28-Anderson (D)
29-Sheridan (D)
30-Symons (D)
31-Mooollough (D)
32-Thorne (D)
33-Young (D)
34-Bennett (D)
35-Stempien (D)
36-Tierney (D)
37-Petipren (D)
3&-Mahalak (D)
39-Kehres (D)
46--Conlin (R)
41--Marshall (.)
42-Wagner (.)
43-Fears (B)
44-Mattheeussen (D)
45-DeMaso (R)
40-Arnett (B)
47-Root (R)
48-Ensign (D)
49-Folks (B)
50-Conrad (D).
51-Sharp (R)
52-Gray (D)
53-Esch (R)
54-Root (B)
55-Farnsworth (B)
56-Newton (B)
57-Starr (D)
58-Dingwell (D)
59-Davis (R)
60-Smart (D)
61-Crowley (D)
62-Law (D3)
63--Slingerlend (D) x
64-Baker (B)
85-Hampton (B) 4
68-Hayward (R)
69-Coopper (D)
7T-Kelsey (D3)
71-Monks (D)
12-Goemaere (D3)
13-Clark (D3)
74-Snyder (13)
75-Steeh (D)
76-Wurzel (R)
77-Hoffman (B)
78-Spencer (R)
79-Grim (D)
B-Suski (D)
81-Kildeer (13)
82-Horrigan (D)
83-Flavin (D)
84-Bohlfs (.)
85-Boos (D3)
86-Little (B)
87-Woodman (B)
88-Allen (B)
89-Powell (R)
90-Buth (B)
91-Ford (R )
9-Davi (13)
95-DeStigter (B)
96-Beedon (D)
98Cter (D)
100-trne (B.
101--Traxler (D)
102-Charron (D)
103-Tisdale (B)
104-Engstrom (.)
107-Erlandson (D3)
108-Jacobetti (13)
109-Constantini (13)
110-Hellman (D)
State Senate
1-Fitzgerald (D)
4-Young (D)
5-O'Brien (D)
6-Brown (D)
7-Dzendzel (D)
8-O'Brien (D)
9-Novak (D)
11Mral(D)
12-Robinson (D3)
13-Troutt (13)
14-Chandler (R)
15-Levin (D)
17O'Brien (1)
1Bursley (R)
1-ihols (B.
21-Brown (R)
22-Zollar (R)
23-Volkema (R)
24-Potter (B)
25-Dunn (D)
26-Bowman (13)

28Badl ()
30-L wod(B)
31-VanderLaan (B)
32-Zaagman (R)
33-Vanderploe (D)
34-Hart (D)
35--Richardson (B)
38..-Vanderjagt (.)
37-Schweigert (B)
38-Mack (D)

New Graduate Fellows who elected
one-year tenures for 1964-65 were re-
cently mailed renewal application ma-
Office. rThisthpreliminaty applcation
must be in Washington by Nov. 16.
Any N.S.F. Graduate Fellow who has
not received this material should in-.
form the Graduate Fellowship Office,
Room 110 Rackham Building imme-
diately.
Now playing through Nov. 7 is "The
Imaginary Invalid," by Moliere, employ-
ing the English actor-playwright Miles
Malleson's rtanslation, in Trueblood
Aud., Frieze Bldg. Box office open 12:30
to Curtain time-8:00 p~m. The pro-
ducers-The University of Michigan
Players of the Department of Speech-
announce tickets are $1.50 and 1.00 for
tonight and Thurs., 1.75 and 1.25 Fri.
and Sat.
Following "Invalid" into Trueblood
Aud. Dec. 2-5 ill1 be Carl Oglesby's
"The Peacemaker." .
French and German Screening Exan-
inatlons: The screening examinations
in French and German for Doctoral
candidates will be administered on
Tues., Nov. 1Q, from 3-5 p.m. in Aud.
B. Angell Hall. Doctoral candidates
must pass the screening examination
before taking the written test in French
or German, unless they have received B
or better in French III or German 111.
Those who fail the examination may
take it again when the test is admin-
istered in January.
Candidates are asked to bring their
own number 2 pencils.
Admission Test for Graduate Study
in Business: Candidates taking the Ad-
mission Test for Graduate Study in
Business on Sat., Nov. 7, are asked to
report to 130 Business Administration
Bldg. at 8:45 a.m.
Statistics Lecture: Speaker: Dr. Cy-.
rus Derman, Associate Professor of In-
dustrial Engineering, Columbia Univer-
sity. Topic: "Markovian Decision Pro-
cesses and Linear Programming." Place:
Room 164 Business Administration.
Time: Tuesday, Nov. 10 at 3:00 p.m.
SUMMARY OF ACT-ION TAKEN BY
STUDENT GOVERNMENT COUNCIL AT
ITS -MEETING OF NOV. 4,:
'Accepted: The resignation of Mike
Nochols as Student Activities Coordin-
ator.
Appointed: Sherry Paster and Ron
Serlin to the Committee on Membership
for tem tf lone year, the terms to ex-
Appointed: Fred Cohn, Stanton Same-
now and Martin Zimmerman to the
Off-Campus Housing Advisory Board
for terms of one year, the terms to ,ex-
pire in the spring.
Approved: That the functions of the
Student Grievances Board be assured
by the Committee on Student Concerns.
Appointed: Kitty Schaeffer as an
alumni coordinator for a term of two
years, the term to expire in the spring.
Appointed: Rachel Amado to the Uni-
versity .Committee on Calendaring to
fill the unexpired term of Tom Smith-
son, the term to expire in the spring.
Appointed: Douglas Brook and Sherry
Miller to attend the ASGUSA Conven-
tion on Nov. 26-29, and Nancy Freitag
as alternate.'
Appointed: Evan Wilner (JJC), Ray
Goldsmnith (GGC) and Jan Bans (ERB)
ORGAN IZATION
NOTICES

Terms to expire in the spring. I 1965. Trng. probably in Cleveland and
Appointed: Thomas Smithson and Detroit. Preparation for territorial sales.
Bob Bodkin (SGC) to the Off-Campus POSITION OPENINGS:
Housing Board, the terms to expire in Investment Firm, New York - Staff
the spring. Assistant, M.A. in finance, econ, or
Appointed: Thomas Smithson to act mgmt. Skgd in Engl. or Soc. Sci. Ability
as chairman ofe Off-Cmpus Housing inCanalyssrvc andwriting-
Campus Housing elects a chairman Personnel Interviewer, Grad with ma-
approved by SGC. jor in psych, personnel admin., pub.
Approved: Exempt organizations ,in admin. or related field. Apply before
Adted:l Tad the University' Office Mich, Bell Telephone Co., Detroit-
of Student Affairs should make in con- Writers (Public Rel. Spec.) Immed.
junction with the SGC Study Commit-. openings for rec. grads with Engl. or
tee a complete study of University-Stu.. Journ. bkgd. Establish and operate
dent communication chanels, especially news servlce and set up new type pub-
tem and the Office of Stdent Affairs Securities & Exchange Comm., Wash.
Student Organization branch. The re.. D.C.-Financial Economists & Statisti-
port should include a break-down of clans (Econ'. M.A. in Econ or Statistics.
information which is readily accessible 3 yrs. profess. exper. in univ. teaching,
to students. It should also include a research, or addit. grad. work. Out-
listing of University personnel and standing opport. for econ. research.
theIr offices. The purpose of this listing Black & Decker Manufacturing Co.,
should be to point out to students the Towson, Md. - Management Engrs.
proper channels to follow when pur- M.S.M.E. mmn. 5 yrs. exper in des. and
suing answers to individual problems. dev in field ryt poe atols maol-
The University should allow Student edehof msetry di atns ml
Government Council access to Univer- meheran-ms, s .,etc.g -
tiony ststcanbdgty nrm-Wood Technologist, B.S. or M.S. in~
tion.Wood Tech., with good bkgd in Chem.
Adopted: That SGC urges. University Interest in wood finishes.
implementation of points B, C & D _____
passed by Assembly Association and For further info, please call 764-7460,
IQC in regard to solution of present eea i. uea fAps,30
and future overcrowding in the resi- I eal i. ueuofAps,30
dence halls. SGC further pledges its SB
intent to work with Assemnbly and IQC ENGINEERING PLACEMENT INTER-
in areas of joint concern. SGC furtherVEW - nor&gadsdnt
recommends that the University prt please sign schedule posted at 128I
students to move to apartments with1 West Engrg.
out forfeiting their deposits. Mon, Nov. 9
Adopted: That SGC maintain com- TeFurCr. t. o nee
munication with the administration on B-Th: FuE, Corp, LtE. &LoE A nls
future plans for expansion of housing j srm'n.h, EaEE &oME MSr no-iIen-
facilities. That SGC through the Office bectrm'ng anUS cnie o-itizen s ifs
of Business and Finance and Office of bemnga US cyaitizop en. s.i
Student Affairs be aprie ffrhrDiv., San Diego, Calif., MS-PhD : ChE,
Aproved: hat th f-apsCE, BE, EM, Instru, Mat'ls., ME, Met.,
AHouigvisoryTardte mf-adate Nuclear, Chem., Math & Physics, MS:
tosudy th fesibilityBofd and tees Constr'n. Men & Women. Can consid-
to sudythefeaibiity f, nd nteester non-citizens if becoming U.S. citizen,
in a Council of students living in off- Res. & D3., Des.
campus housing. This Council would ItrainMneas&Ceia
presumable parallel other residence- Inrnatioalo Minerals A Chegmical:
based student organizations in struc- Crop. &Chicag suburb. Allc DEgrens
ture and in dealings with the appro- C& WMnigM. Proc.nide ng.- Mens
priate organs of the Office of Student &f Woen.ian conierh non-citizens
Affairs, ifecpinlDme h ed.B
Approved: That in order to approach D.fesnCeia C. n. ea.
the ideal in off-campus housing for Jeffeson Cheical CoE, Inc M. Texs.
studntsat Mchian GC ugesthebe male U.S. citizen. R. & D., Des.,.
University through its Off-Campus Prod. & Sales.
Housing Bureau to:McrdCr.Dtrt.B:E.Jn
)1 Pursue mutual goals with the gcrad. Cor ., Detroit P Sr M.oun
Off-Campus Housing Advisory Board in grad. ni. & HD.,D.g & Pro., n.
the constructive spirit that was evi- Mrect.nical Hanlin SysI, Inc'., D E
denced - In the establishment othtBS: E Mech., Dec. grads. R. & D., Des.,
Board. Prod. & Sales.
2)vlProvideega advibe to tudnsZenith Radio Corp., Chicago. All IDe-
lanlors. nivrsiy atoreysor awgrees: EE, Dec. grads, Men & Women.
scholoessUovrsitb treqeysted tow B. & D3. & Des.
schol rofssos mghtbe equste to Parke, Davis & Co., Detroit. BS-MS:
volunteer their time. ChE & lB, Dec. grads. Can consider
3) Encourage the City of Ann Arbor non-citizen if becoming a U.S. citizen.
to continue to improve its building R. & 13., Des. & .Methods.
inspection staff. A. 0. Smith Corp., Milwaukee, Wis.,
4) Establish rapport with Ann Arbor's Ohio, Ill. & Pa., BS-MS: ChE, BE, EM,
Property Owners' Association in an ef- IE, MB Met., MS: Instrum'n BS: Sci.
fporat tosencourage them to police the Engg CanUS cide znon-citizens ifD be
bers to ensure good faith negotiation Prod. & Sales.*
and high-quality facuilties. Union Carbide Corp., Silicones Div.,
Approved: That Dr. Wagman be re-. R&D, Newe York - W. Va., Nationwide
quested to keep Student Government Sales Offices, All Degrees: ChE, Chem.-
Council informed of library develop- (Gen'l., Iorg., Org. & Physl). Can con-
ments affecting undergraduates and sider non-citizens if becoming a U.S.
graduates in order that we may co- citizen. B. & D., Prod. & Sales.
operate to prevent future misunder- UntdArrtCr. kosyA-
tins ndrmkerc mnd-craft, Stratford, Conn., All Degrees: AEB
tions.& Astro. BS-MS: EE, EM & ME. BS: E
Approved: That SGC expand the SBX Math, IE, Mat'ls. & Met. MS: Instrum.
to an "exchange store" which wojild Po:ApidMc.Mn&Wmn
act as a broker in the sale of Qther rof&: Aple e en&Woe.
_rt_____nddt ___t bokUniversal Oil Products Co., Riverside
& Des Plaines, Illinois. All Degrees:
Placenen jChE. B. & D., lies., Prod. & Sales.
00$$$9 $Worthington Corp., Sales Div., Cleve-
ANNOUNCEMENT: land; Turbine Div., Wellsville, N.Y.,
ATTN.: Seniors &. Dec. Grads-Sales Compresser & Engine Dlv., Buffalo,
Trainees, John-Manville Pipe Div., has N.Y. BS: ChE, EE, Met.-Including
a 6-12 mos training program beginning fluid mech. & thermodynamics & ME.

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Use of This Column for, Announce-
ments is available to officially recog-
nized and registered student organiza-
tions only. Forms are available in Room
Guild House, Friday Noon Luncheon.
Discussion with sisters from the Con-
vent of the Divine Savior of Milwau-
kee, Wisconsin, Nov. 11, 12-1 p.m.; Fri-
day evening informal, Carole TenBrik
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Guild House, 802 Monroe.
Graduate Outing Club, Hike, Nov. 8,
2p.m., Rackham, Huron Street En-
International Students Association,
India: Are You Aware? Saturday, Nov.
7, 7:30 p.m., Union Ballroom. Annual
Indian Banquet, Featured Speaker. In-
dian Dancing, Singing, Instrumental
Music.
Michigan Christian Fellowshsip, Lec-
ture "Who Killed Jesus?" by Dr. Char-
les Shaw of the Detroit Bible College,
Nov. 6, 7:30 p.m., Michigan Union.
Newman Student Association, Pilre-
side Chat: The Woman Behind the
Sadie Hawtkins Dance, 8:30 pm," 33
Thompson Street.
* * * -
ULLR Ski Club, Organizational Meet-
ing, Nov. 9, 1964, 8 p.m., Michigan Un-
ion Ballroom. There will be movies
and trip plans.
Unitarian Student Group, Open end-
164, 7u po.,191 Wastnaw, Ries at
Michigan Union, Markley, 6:45 p.m.
W.A.A. Folk Dance Club, Folk dance
with instruction suitable for beginners,
Friday, Nov. 6, 8-10:30 p.m. Women's
Athletic Building.

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