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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

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SOCIAL SCIENCES, MEDICINE:
Center To Study Research Applications

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SUNDAY, NOV. 8

By CHRISTINE LINDER
Scientific research is creating
a vast fund of new knowledge, but
the gap between what is known
and what is used is oftenkgreat.
An attempt to bridge this gap
has recently been made at the
University with the creation of
the Center for Research on the
Utilization of Scientific Knowl-
edge. It joins previously existing
centers in the Institute for Social
Research: the Survey Research
Center and the Research Center
for Group Dynami'cs.
"The gap between new knowl-
edge and its effective use is es-
pecially great in the social sciences
and medicine," Prof. Floyd C.
Mann, a senior project director at
ISR, explained. "The new cen-
ter's work will, therefore, con-
centrate on those two areas."

be used. Information about it must
be communicated to people who
can use it and these people must
be motivated to use it."
"The latter problem is especial-
ly acute," Mann noted, "because
people have values and other psy-
chological resistances to chang-
ing the way they run their busi-1
ness, supervise their employes,;
administer hospital policies, and
educate children."
Mann has found in his studies
of management policies, for ex-
ample, that people say that al-
though they know a certain pro-
cedure or method for working
with people would be more ef-j
fective, they don't utilize it.
The immediate activities at thej
center wlil be based on research;
done by Mann and by Prof. Ron-
ald Lippitt, who is also a senior'
project director at the ISR. I

1:30 p.m.-An open house will
and medicine to potential utilizers be held at the music school on
the new center has started work North Campus.
in a third area. The center will 2:30 p.m.-The Women's Con-

assist the Detroit Metropolitian
Research Foundation which is
concerned with citizen education
and education in urban area prob-
lems.
Three long-term aims for the
center have been developed:
-Conceptualization and field
experimental study of the process
of science utilization will be ex-
plored.
-Effective training programs
to prepare scientists to apply the
results of their research will be
started, specifically emphasizing
the processes of diffusion of new
knowledge and coping with re-
sistance to change.
-Examination of the values
involved in utilizing scientific
knowledge will be made-with the
cooperation of the humanities.
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"Two obstacles must be over- In addition to relating research
come before a new discovery can developments in the social sciences;

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SUNDAY, NOV. 8
School of Music Clarinet Ensemble
Recital-Recital Hall, School of Music,
3:30 p.m.
School of Music Degree Recital -
Donna Vail, organist; Hill Aud., 4:15
p.m.
School of Music and Dramatic Arts
Center Recital - Anne-Marie Grunder,
guest violinist; Rackham Lecture Hall,
8:30 p.m.
General Notices
New Graduate Fellows who elected
one-year tenures for 1964-65 were re-
cently mailed renewal applications ma-
terial from the Graduate Fellowship
Office. This preliminary application
must be in Washington by Nov. 16.
Any N.S.F. Graduate Fellow who has
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WED., NOV. 11: Grade, H.S. Bus. (Type. & Short.).
Placement California Texas Oil Corp., New York Dearborn Heights, Mich. (Dist. No. 8)
City and 72 countries in Eastern Hem- -Elem. 1, 3, & 5.
ANNOUNCEMENT: isphere-BS-MS: ChE & ME. BS: EE. FRIDAY, NOV. 20:
National Security Agency-The Pro- Dev., Design & Process construction. Mt. Clemns, Mich. (L'Anse Creuse
fessional Qualification Test will be Dec. & April grad. Must be male U.S. P.S.)-Elem, k, 1, 2, 3; J.H. Gen. Shop,
given on Dec. 12. Applications must be citizen. Fluency in a foreign language Gen. Bus., Math.
filed before Nov. 27. Booklets describ- peerd
ing N.S.A. and applications available General Dynamics Corp. Astronautics, For additional information and ap-
at the Bureau. San Diego, Calif.; Convair, San Diego, pointments, contact the Bureau of Ap-
Placement Interviews - Bureau of Calif.; Electronics, Rochester, New pointments, 3200 SAB.
Appoints.-Seniors and grad students, York; Pomona, Pomona, Calif.; Fort -
please call 764-7460, for appointments Worth, Ft. Worth, Tex.; Stromberg-i Events M onday
with the following: Carlson, Rochester, New York-All De- Iiv ns iil
TES.NOInggrees: AE & Astro., EE, Mat'is., ME &'
TUES., NOV. 10: EM. Res. & Dev., Design. MS-PhD: CE Bureau of Industrial Relations Per-
S Lederle Laboratories. Wayne, N.J. -I (structures), Communication Sci.,. In- BreuoInstilRainsP-
Deeina orfildforposonsin, &N ar.P sonnel Techniques Seminar-George
Degre i an majr feldfor osiion strme~taton, et.& Nclea. Pof. Odiorne, director, Bureau of Industrial
in territorial sales located thruout the Applied Mechs. MS: E Math, E Physics Relations and Professor of Industrial
U.S. (P.M. only). & Sci. Engrg. December grad. and can- Relations Graduate School of Business
Carneige Institute of Technology, didates for grad, degrees in April, June AdministratiOn, "Management by Ob-
Pittsburgh-Grad School of Industrial & Aug. Both men and women. U.S. jectives -- Results-Oriented Systems"
Admin. Program leading to MS in In- citizenship required. Michigan Union, 8:30 a.m
dustl. Admin. for students with BS in Newport News Shipbuilding & Dry Institute on Planning and Adminis-
Chem, Econ, Geol, Math, Michobiol, Dock Co., Newport News, Va.-All De- tration of Nursing Service In Medical
Physics, & Psych. PhD program in grees: E Mech. & Mech. R, D, Des, Prod, CrareoProgramrsing Secolnf Pubic
P ysgnut PyCsat l~c RS E~o re tPrograms -- School of Public
Econ, Industl. Admin, Psych, etc. Fi- Inspection & Testing. BS-MS: EE &Helh9am
nanclal aid avail, for qualified students. Met. BS: E Physics & Naval & Marine. Three Creative Films will be shownI
Imperial Chemical Industries Ltd., Men and women. on Monday, Nov. 9, 3 p.m., Architecture
London, Eng.-Post-doctoral candidates Watkins-Johnson Co., Palo Alto & Aud. - "Mary's Day" by Sister Mary!
and PhDs in most science fields, esp. Santa Cruz, Calif.-All Degrees: EE. R Corita; a pop art celebration of Mary's
chem, Chem, engrg.,.physics, math and & D, Des. BS: E Physics. Day as held at Immaculate Heart Col-
be e sci eins. t, l.,anl deree ngevls of California Texas Oil Corp., New York lege, Los Angeles. "My May" by George
chem, etcl Indust, and mech. enrs and 72 countries-BS-MS: ChE & ME. Manupelli; a mock - autobiographical
and metallurgy. Citizens of British Dev., Des. & Process constr. BS: EE. fantasy about love. "Five Short Films"
Commonwealth nations only. Men and Fluency in a foreign language preferred. by George Manupelli; produced by
women. Info. avail. to anyone inter- - working directly on film.
ested in positions in a British Univ., THE BUREAU OF APPOINTMENTS Doctoral Examination for Eugene
esp. teaching of math and electro-chem. SCHEDULE OF INTERVIEWS Christian Anderson, Education; thesis:
WED., NOV. 11. EDUCATION DIVISION: "The Development of Government
Gerber Products Co., Fremont, Mich. The following is the list of schools Policy for Education in Sierra Leone,,
-Seeking degrees in Lib. arts, Bus. Ad., that will be interviewing at the Bureau 1882 to 1961." Mon., Nov. 9, 4024 UHS.
Che., acerilBiol., and rel. areas.I for prospective teachers for January at 3 p.m. Chairman, R. C. Leestma.
Positions in Res. & Dev.; Admin., Prod., and September 1965 placement. The Instrumentation Engineering Sem-
& Mktg. 'rainees. September vacancies will be specified inar - Dr. Peter Falb, MIT, "Direct
Union Carbide, Nuclear Div., Oak as such. Those vacancies not specified Methods on the Theory of Optimal,
Ridge, Tenn. -Men and women. All are for January. Control," Mon..Nov. 9, 4 p.m., 1042 E.
levels in Physics and Math. Also Chem. THE WEEK OF NOV. 9-13:EniergBl.
& Bichem. Positions include instrum'n, MONDAY, NOV. 9: Enroll Now for Major Medical Expense
Qual. Control, Testing, Analysis, Pro- Alpena, Mich.-(For Jan.) Elem. 1-3-5; Insurance, Nov. 2-13-All staff members
gramming, Prod., & Res. & Dev. (P.M. Speech Therapy; Type A; (For Sept.) holding the rank of assistant, associate.
Elemk-6 JH ib. H.S-Enl., athor full professor or persons in the Uni-
only). Elmk-;J Li.H..Eg.Mah
U.S. Air Force-Men and women. BA Bus. Comn., Agri., Vocal, Physics; Spe- versity's Major Medical Plan without
or MA in all fields of study for posi- cial Ed., Speech Therapy.,I evidence of insurability during this
tions in Officer Trng. School. TUESDAY, NOV. 10: period. The insurance will be effective
* . s Allen Park, Mich.-Ele. 1-6; J.H. Ind. Dec. 1. Dependent coverage, previously
For further Info., please call 764-7460, Arts. declined, may also be obtained at this
General Div., Bureau of Appts., 3200 THURSDAY, NOV. 12 time.fYouSmay enroll by 3visiting he
SAB: Walled Lake, Mich.-Elem. 1-6; J.H. Ofi of EStf Benefis 0 dhln .
Home Ec.; H.S.-Ind. Arts, Engl., Art; formation .
Interview Visits, Engineering Place- Spel. Educ. FLU SHOTS-There will be a "flu
ment Service, 128 H ,West Engrg. Bldg.: Warren, Mich. (Fitzgerald) - Elem. shot" clinic at the Health Service
TUES.-WED., NOV. 10-11: Grades; Bus. Educ. Wednesd N 11 fm 811:30
American Cyanamid Co., All Com- THE WEEK OF NOV. 16-20: n ay-4:30 , . ,The chargeisro 8-.for
pany Units-All Degrees: ChE. Dec., MONDAY, NOV. 16: astudents and spouse and $150for fac-
April, June & Aug. grads. Both men l Rudyard, Mich.-Elem., M.R., J.H. ulty, staff and spouses.
and women. Can consider non-citizens English._
if becoming a citizen of U.S. Res., Dev., Fraser, Mich. - K-6 (except 2nd
Prod. & Sales. Summer Employment: grade); Elem. Llb., J.H. Math/Sc.
Jr., Sr. & Grad. students in ChE sign (Block). LECTURES On
regular schedule for interview appt. TUESDAY, NOV. 17:
Battelle Memorial Institute, Colum- Cleveland, Ohio-All Fields.L
bus, Ohio-MS-PhD: AE & Astro., ChE, Hammond, Ind.-Elem. K-6; Engl.;
EE, EM, Mat'Is., ME, Met. & Nuclear. Engl./Speech; Guid., Home Ec., Lib.
Res., Dev., Design. Prof: Applied Mech. Elem. Vocal; Psychologist; J.H. Soc and
MS: IE. PhD: Meteor. & Ocena., Bio- Stud.; Spec. Ed-Sp./Hear., Phys. Hand.;
chem., Inorg., Org. & Phys., Chemistry, M.R.
Math. Dec., April, June & Aug. grads. Livonia, M'ch.--Elem.; Vocal Consul-
Both men and women. Can consider Cant.
i non-citizens if becoming a U.S. citizen; THURSDAY, NOV. 19: Nov, 14 and Nov. 21
must have permanent visa. Grand Blanc, Mich.-Speech Corr., 4th 0
U0 a.m.-14 noon
Cal C
Planned Parenthood Clinic
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ference Committee will sponsor
panels on the types of living open
to women on campus. The dis-
cussions will be held at Gamma
Phi Beta sorority house, Alice
Lloyd Hall and Helen Newberrry
Hall.
3 and 8 p.m.-The PTP will pre-
sent the APA in Shaw's "Man
and Superman" in Lydia Mendel-
ssohn Theatre.
7 and 9 p.m. - The Cinema
Guild will present the Comedie
Francaise in "The Marriage of
Figaro" in'the Architecture Aud.
7:30 p.m.-The Winter Week-
end mass meeting will be held in
the Michigan League Ballroom.
8:30 p.m.-Anne-Marie Grun-
der, violinist, will perform in
Rackham. Aud. under the auspices
of the music school and drama-
tic arts center.
Her program will include
Brahms' "Sonata in D minor,"
Debussy's "Sonata," Roussel's "So-
nata Op. 28, No. 2," and Szyman-
owski's "Sonata Op. 9."
MONDAY, NOV. 9
Noon - Rev. Bryan Green, of
Birmingham Cathedral, England
will speak at Guild House, 802
Monroe.
4 p.m.-Prof. Ivor K. McIvor of
the engineering school will speak
on "The Elastic Cylindrical Shell
Under Radial Impulse" in Rm.
311 of the West Engineering Bldg.
4:10 p.m.-Ana Maria Matute
will speak on "La Guerra Civil
Espanola en Los Escritores de mi
Generacion" in Rackham Aud.
4:10 p.m.-Robert Creeley, poet
and novelist, will present a read-
ing and offer commentary on his
works in Aud. B.
8:30 p.m.-Mario Davidovsky,
visiting lecturer from Columbia
University, will speak on "Con-
versation on Electronic Music,"
in the recital hall of the music
school, North Campus.
8:30 p.m.-Irina Arkhinova,
mezzo-soprano of the Bolshoi
Opera Company of Moscow, will
present a concert in Hill Aud.
Her program will include a
number of compositions by Pro-
kofieff. Moussorgsky, and Rach-
maninoff.
TUESDAY, NOV. 10
Noon-Prof. Louis Orlin of the
history department will speak on
"Religion and Society-Ancient
Israel's Perspective" at the Inter-
national Center.
4:10 p.m.-Rev. Canon Bryan
Green, of Birmingham Cathedral,
England, and rector of St. Mar-
tin's Church-in-the Bull Ring,
will speak on "Mid-Century Con-
fusion in Morals and Religion" in

of the music school conducting in
Rackham Aud.
A 22-piece orchestra will play1
"Sinfonia in F major, Op. 4, No.
4," by Stamitz; "Concerto in B-.
Flat major" by Vivaldi; "Over-'
ture, Ayres, and Dances" by Pur-E
cell; "Concerto in G major, No.
2 for Piano and Orchestra" by
Haydn; and "Divertimento in D
major, K. 136" by Mozart.1
WEDNESDAY, NOV. 11
4:10 p.m. - Prof. Wolfgang
Stechow of Oberlin College will
speak on "The Old Testament in
Baroque Painting" in Aud. B.
7 and 9 p.m. - The Cinema
will hold a free showing of Al-
fred Hitchcock's "Notorious" in
the Architecture Aud.
7:30 p.m. - SCEEPE, Student
Committee for Engineering Em-
ployment in the Peacetime Econ-
omy, a new scientific and en-
gineering organization will pre-1
sent as its first program a discus-
sion lead faculty members titled
"The Engineer and the Economy:
The Effect of Defense Cuts on
Engineering Employment" in 325
West Engineering Bldg.
8 p.m.-The PTP will present
the APA in Shaw's "Man and
Superman" in Lydia Mendelssohn
Theatre.
8 p.m.-The Newman Club will
sponsor a panel of graduate stu.,
dents in a discussion of "Hindu,
Buddhist, Christian - Mysticism
and Social Order" at the Newman
Center.
8 p.m.-Le Cercle Francais will
present Rene Clair's film "Les
Belles de Nuit" in the Multipur-
pose Rm. of the UGLI.
8:30 p.m.-Prof. William D. Re-
velli of the music school, the di-
rector of University bands will
conduct a performance of the
niversity's Symphony, Jazz, Marc
University's Symphony, J a z z,
Marching, and Varsity Bands in
Hill Aud.
THURSDAY, NOV. 12
4:15 p.m.-The Department of
Classical Studies will sponsor a
lecture by Prof. R. P. Winnington
-Ingram of University College,
London, on "Music in Ancient
Greek Life" in Aud. C.
ngramg of University College,
7 and 9 p.m. - The Cinema
Guild will present a program of
experimental films in the Archi-
tecture Aud.
8 p.m.-The PTP will present
the APA in Piscator's "War and
Peace" in Lydia Mendelssohn
Theatre.
FRIDAY, NOV. 13
4:15 p.m.-The psychology de-
partment will hold a colloquium
lead by Prof. David La Berg of
the University of Minnesota on
"Attention Factors and Latency
in Simple Choice Situations" in
Aud. A.

is "Showplace of Nations." There present the AA in Jean Qira-
will be exhibits in the Union and doux's "Judith" at Lydia Mendel-
variety shows at 8 and 10 p.m. in ssohn Theatre.
the Union Ballroom. 7 ani 9 p.m.-The Cinema Guild
8 p.m.-The PTP will present will present Agnes Varda's "Cleo
the APA in Piscator's "War and From 5 to 7" in the Architecture
Peace" adapted from the novel Aid.
by Leo Tolstoy in Lydia Mendel- 8:30 p.m.-The Raduga, Dancers
ssohn Theatre. from the U.S.S.R. will perform in
8:30 p.m.-The music school Hill Aud.
will present a program of Cham- SUNDAY, NOV. 15
ber Music for horn, clarinet and 3 and 8 p.m.-The PTP will
strings in Rackham Aud. present the APA in Shaw's "Man
SATURDAY, NOV. 14 and Superman" in Lydia Mendel-
9 a.m.-The University's "Brush- ssohn Theatre.
up" intercollegiate debate tourna- 7 and 9 p.m.--The Cinema Guild
ment will begin in Frieze Bldg. Will present Agnes Varda's "Cleo
1-5 p.m. and 7 p.m.-12:30 a.m. From 5 to 7" in the Architecture
--The Michigan Union and the Aud.
ISA will sponsor the second day 8:30 p.m.-Prof. Maynard Klein
of the "World's Fair." There will of the music school will conduct
be exhibits in the Union and var- the school of music Arts Chorale
iety shows featuring audience and Women's Choir Concert in
- Hill Aud.

and the International Student
Association will sponsor the an-
nual "World's Fair." The theme

pitarcipation at 4, 7, 8, and 11
p.m. in the Union Ballroom.
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Rackham Aud. 7 and 9 p.m. - The Cinema
8:30 p.m.-The music school Guild will present a program of
will present a program of 17th, experimental films in the Archi-
and 18th Century Music for String tecture Aud.
Orchestra with Prof. Gilbert Ross 7 p.m.- 13:30 a.m.-The Union
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Canterbury, Sunday Snack discussion,
Paul Sumner, "Hell in Modern Litera-
ture, Nov. 8, Sunday, 7:30 p.m., Canter-
bury House, 218 N. Division.
Gamma Delta, Supper, 6 p.m.; Panel
discussion, "Faith Forward," 6:45 p.m.,
Nov. 8, 1511 Washtenaw.
Graduate Outing Club, Hike, Nov. 8,
2 p.m., Rackham, Huron St. entrance.
* * *
Guild House, Sunday Seminar, "His-
tory of Christian Thought," Rev. Ed-
wards, Nov. 8, 7-8 p.m., Guild House,
802 Monroe.
La Sociedad Hispanica, Spanish novel-
ist, Ana Marie Matute will speak on
"La querra civil espanola en los escri-
tores de migeneracion," Monday, Nov.
9, 4:10 p.m., Rackham Amphitheater.
South Quadrangle Quadrants, Meet-
ing. Sunday, Nov. 8, 10:30 p.m., Council
Room, South Quadrangle.
ULLR Ski Club, Organizational Meet-
lug, Nov. 9. 8 p.m., Michigan Union
Ballroom. There will be movies and
trip plans, all welcome.
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Unitarian Student Group, Open dis.
cussion on civil rights, Nov. 8, 7 p.m.,
1917 Washtenaw, rides at Michigan
Union, Markley, 6:45 p.m.
Room 110, Rackham Bldg., immediately.
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