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THE MICHIG~AN DAILY

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THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 12, 1964

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'DISTINGUISHED FACULTY'
Gosli ng Describes
Pragmatic Teacher

Enrollment
Undergoes
Highest Rise
Total enrollment in Michigan's
73 colleges and universities is up
15.3 per cent over last year as the
baby boom finally reaches the
state's campuses.
This includes a rise of 27 per
cent in freshman enrollment in
Michigan this year, as shown by
fimi nmilprd by H-~i TD 01-

DA LY OFFICIAL
BULLETIN
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sity of Michigan, for which The
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sent in TYPEWRITTEN form to
Room 3564 Administration Bldg. be-
fore 2 p.m. of the day preceding
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for Saturday and Sunday. General
Notices may be publisheda maxi-
mum of two times on Request; Day
Calendar items appear once only.
Student organization notices are not
accepted for publication.
THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 12

Coffee-3:30 p.m., Room 350 West
Engineering.

EDITOR'S NOTE: This is the
third of a series of articles on the
recipients of two University faculty
awards, the Distinguished Faculty
Achievement Award and the Dis-
tinguished Service Award.
By STEPHEN SPITZ
"If I had a choice of a career
other than teaching, I think I
fight even pick something like
plumbing-for a plumber applies
his knowledge directly in solving
specific problems."
For Prof. L. A. Peter Gosling of
the geography department, a prag-
matic approach in teaching, find-
ing the "gut solutions" to prob-
lems, makes education meaningful.
Gosling is one of six faculty mem-

hers to win a Distinguished Serv-
ice Award at the University this
year.
"We cannot afford the luxury
of only pure research when trying
to solve the great many pressing
world problems," Gosling said.
Main Goal
His major purpose in teaching
is to "interest students in develop-
ing an intense commitment to
solving a particular area's prob-
lems." He tries to make his lec-
tures as informal as possible to
stimulate greater student interestl
and participation.
Gosling believes there is an in-
creased need for specialists to
advise on specific solvable prob-
lems in all areas of the world.
As director of the University's
Center for South and Southeast
Asian Studies, Gosling finds that
the most pressing problem in tur-

Doctoral Examination for Wiley Jul-
ian Williams, Library Science; thesis:
"Evolving a Policy for State Printing
the Michigan Experience, 1835-1861,"
Thurs., Nov. 12, 10 General Library Sci-
ence, at 2 p.m. Chairman. W. J. Bonk.
Mr. Hans Ammeter, Actuary, Swiss
Society of General Life Insurance,
Zurich, will speak to the Michigan Ac-
tuarial Club at 4:00 p.m., Thursday,
November 78 in Room 2029 Angell Hall
on the topic "The Distribution of the
Largest Claim." There will be a social
half-hour preceding the talk in the
Commons Room.
Lecture: The Department of Classical
Studies announces an illustrated lec-
ture by R. P. Winnington-Ingram,
Professor of Greek, University College,
London, at 4:15 p.m. on Thursday,
November 12 in Auditorium C in An-
gell Hall. The topic which Mr. Win-
nington-Ingram will speak on is "Mu-
sic in Ancient Greek Life."
Professor Nathan A. Scott, Jr., Uni-
versity of Chicago, will lecture on "The
American Negro Writer and the Dialec-
tic of Despair," on Thursday after-
noon, November 12, 1964, in Auditorium
A, Angell Hail, at 4:10 p.m. All in-
terested persons are invited.
Seminar in Mathematical Statistics.
Mr. Javad, Behboodian will speak on,
"Information for Estimating the Para-
meters in Mixtures of Exponential and
Normal Distributions," Thursday, No-
vember 12 at 4:00 p.m. in 3201 Angell
Hall.

Physical Chemistry Seminat-Dr. J. H.
Current (Dept. of Chem., U. of M.) will
speak on "Matrix Isolation, of CCin
Radicals" on Thursday, Nov. 12, at 5:00
p.m. in Room 1200 of the Chemistry
Building
General Notices
Applications for Fellowships and
Scholarships in the Graduate School
for 1965-66 are now available in De-
partment Offices. Competition closes
February 15,1965. Renewal of Applica-
tion forms are also available in De-
partmental Offices for those who have
applied in previous years. Only stu-
dents who intend to enroll in the
Horace H. Rackham School of Gradu-
ate Studies for 1965-66 may apply.
Child Welfare Social Workers needed
by Michigan Department of Social Wel-
fare: Educational stipends of $2350. and
more with dependents available for
graduate study to selected students.
Students entering in January com-
plete all course and field work needed
for the Master of Social Work degree
in less than one year and four months.
Information available from Mrs. An-
derson, School of Social, Work, 1065
Frieze Bldg.
Applications for LSA Scholarships
for the winter term and the spring-
summer term (IIIA and IIIB), 1964-
1965, are now available in Room 1220,
Angell Hall. Applications will be due no
later than Nov. 16. Applicants must have
had at least one full semester of resi-
dence in this College and have attained
an over-all grade point average of 2.8
or better.
(Continued on Page 3)

-Daily-Kamalakar Rao
SIG CHI'S RITUAL PRAYER
THE LOCAL STOCKS OF TISSUE PAPER have been depleted
to contribute to the display on and above the lawn of the
Sigma Chi house. The decorations, which last appeared in 1950,
are to invoke the great football god and bring Michigan a Rose
Bowl victory. In 1950, Michigan won the Rose Bowl 14-6. The
display was put up early with hopes that it would at least
insure Michigan's participation in the classic.

flgures compnea oytarris i.. i
son of the University's Office of
Registration and Records. y aed ar
Principal-Freshman-Counselor Con-
The 27 per cent increase is in ference - Registration, Rackham Bldg.,
sharp contrast with the annual 8 a.m.
increases in the past several years Bureau of Industrial Relations Per-
of about seven per cent, Olson sonnel Techniques Seminar-Jay Otis,
noted. professor of psychology, Western Re-
serve University, "Basic Methods of
Aware of this sharp upturn, Evaluating Salaried Jobs": Michigan
John X. Jamrich, associate dean Union, 8:30 a.m.
of Michigan State University's Dept. of Training and Development
college of education, has suggested University Management Development
a new master plan for higher Seminar-Joseph C. Augustine, man-
education in Michigan, stressing ager, Employment Services, "Funda-
mentals of Employment Selection":
cooperation among its schools. Michigan Union, 8:30 a.m.
Institute on Planning and Adminis-
tration of Nursing Service in Medical

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bulent Southeast Asia
resolution of its many
cultures into a peaceful
political system.
Specialists
In the case of South

to be the
diversified
and stable
Viet Nam,

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Detroit Ba'hai Leader To Spe

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ak T oda Mental Health Research Institute
Seminar - Thomas Humphries, Bio-
logical Laboratories, M.I.T., "The Mech
anism of Specific Cell Association dur-
exhibits in the Union and ing sponge Aggregation": 1057 MHRI,
shows at 8 and 10 p.m. in 4 p.m.
on Ballroom. Doctoral Examination for Rolf Har-

PROF. PETER GOSLING
Dental School
Receives Grant
Vice-President for Business and
Finance Wilbur K. Pierpont an-

a group of specialists in a variety
of different fields could have been
more effective in helping to over-
come the economic and political
difficulties there.
"It may be too late to prevent
further Communist advances in
South Viet Nam because of the
Viet Cong's appealing impression
of bringing peace, stability and
reform to the chaotic South Viet-
namese countryside," he said.
But if pragmatic programs of
honest agrarian reform and vil-
lage democracy are instituted,
"the people would be less likely
to accept Viet Cong control," he
added.

THURSDAY, NOV. 12 f
4 p.m.-Ervin Thomas, chair-
man of the Ba'hai Community
in Detroit, will speak on "Who Are
the Ba'hais" in the Union.
4:10 p.m. - Prof. Nathan A.
Scott Jr. of the University of
Chicago will discuss "The Negro
Writer and the Dialectic of Des-
pair" in Aud. A.
4:15 p.m.-The Department of
Classical Studies will sponsor a
lecture by Prof. R. P. Winnington-
Ingrman of University College,
London, on "Music in Ancient
Greek Life" in Aud. C.
7:30 p.m.-There will be a gen-
eral information meeting for stu-
dents interested in the University's
Junior Year Abroad Programs in
France and Germany in the
Michigan Rm. of the League.
8 p.m.-The PTP will present
the APA in Piscator's "War and
Peace" in Lydia Mendelssohn
Theatre.

the Diag.
FRIDAY, NOV. 13
10 a.m.-The Organization oft
Arab Students is sponsoring an"
Arabian Art Exhibit featuring
artists Ismail and Tamam Sham-
mont in room 3G of the Union.!
4:15 p.m.-The psychology de-
partment will hold a colloquium
led by Prof. David La Berg of
the University of Minnesota on
"Attention Factors and Latency
in Simple Choice Situations" inI
Aud. A.
7 p.m.-12:30 a.m.-The Union
and the International Student
Association will sponsor the an-
nual "World's Fair." The theme
is "Showplace of Nations." There

variety
the Uni

8 p.m.-Bennet McCarthy, gen-'
eral manager of Michigan Blue
Cross, and Avram Yeddea, health
plan consultant of Oakland, Cali-
F.o,..nIa -;t. wul wcuss<, - iiuu"

tung, Wildlife Management; thesis:
"Some Effects of Oils on Waterfowl,"
Thurs., Nov. 12, 1032 Natural Re-
sources Bldg., at 3 p.m. Chairman, G.
S. Hunt.

sale at the Michigan League and I will be

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fornia, will discuss, "should Blue
Cross Adopt Experience Ratings?" Applied Mathematics Seminar -
in Rom 042,Schol o PulicThurs., Nov. 12, 4 p.m. Prof. Richard
in Room 3042, School of Public MacCamy, Dept. of Mathematics, Car-
Health. negie Institute of Technology, will
8 p.m.-The PTP will present speak on "Two Dimensional Stokes -
the APA in Piscator's "War and Flows," Room 246 West Engineering.
Peace" adopted from the novel
by Leo Tolstoy in Lydia Mendel- Musket '64 wishe
ssohn Theatre.

Shows at
1, 3,5
7 and 9:05

8:30 p.m. :- The music school
will present a program of Cham-
ber Music for horn, clarinet and
strings in Rackham Aud.

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nounced recently that the Univer- Geography Training
sity has been awarded a $600,000 The urgent necessity to train
grant for research facilities in the experts in formulating solutions
proposed new dental building. to the dilemma of areas such as
The grant was made by the Na- Southeast Asia through the dis-
tional Institute of Health. cipline of geography is his primary
concern as a geography professor.
The dental school had already In keeping with his belief of
received a $5,034,265 grant from direct involvement in a situation
the U.S. Public Health Service for to achieve a better understanding
construction purposes. of it, Gosling has traveled exten-
Work will begin next week on sively in Southeast Asia, making
the three story structure designed three trips there since World War
to house dental clinics, a six story II
research and office wing, and a He visited the Philippines soon
smaller wing connected to the after they achieved their inde-
east side of the Kellogg Institute. pendence in 1946, worked in Ma-
When construction is completed, laya, Borneo and Indonesia from
dental school enrollment will in- 1954-56 on a Ford Foundation
crease from 350 to 600. and dental grant, and taught at the Univer-
hygiene enrollment from 78 to sity of Malaya as a visiting pro-
150: fessor in 1961-62.

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GOOD LUCK TOMORROW
IN THE BLOCK TICKET RACE FOR

8 p.m.-Soph Show opens with
the musical comedy "Fiorello" in
the Ann Arbor High School Aud.:
A shuttle service running from
the steps of the Michigan Union
to the high school will operate
from 7:30 p.m. on. Tickets are on!
Free to
Michigan
Students

THE UNIVERSITY OF MICHIGAN
GILBERT AND SULLIVAN SOCIETY
presents
"TRIAL BY JURY"
Snd
""THE SORCERER"
Opening Thurs., Nov.19th-8 p.m.
TICKETS Fri., Nov. 20, 8:00 p.m. TICKETS
AVAI LABLE St 1 0 p. m. Thurs. $1.50
Nov. Sat., Nov. 21, 8:00 p.m. Mat. $1.00
SAB 11-131 Sat. matinee,2:00 PM
Lydia 16-21 u, p.m. Fri. & Sat. $2.00
LYDIA MENDELSSOHN THEATRE

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LEONARD BERNSTEIN'S
MQi byVB
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mden & Green Based on
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Comedy Hit
Sister Eileen"
MUSKET '64
, NOON
$1.50

TIME, 8 a.m.

UNION LOBBY

ATTENTION:
Tonight and Tomorrow the CINEMA GUILD
presents its second program of experimental
films, featuring Gregory Markopolous' TWICE
A MAN, winner of the Brussel's Film Festival.
Audience members who may be disturbed or
offended by scenes representing the more ex-
treme tendencies in experimental filming are
urged not to attend.
IN THE ARCHITECTURE AUDITORIUM
ADMISSION: FIFTY CENTS
The CINEMA GUILD is a related board
of Student Government Council.
LAST CHANCE

25c to others
A new booklet, published by a
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Performances: December 2, 3, 4, 5
Lydia Mendelssohn Theatre

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SHOWS START AT 1:00
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Directed by Stephen Porter
A Delightful, Witty
Battle of the Sexes.
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HARVEY LEMBECK
JESSE WHITHE IODY MCCREA
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SUSAN HART-BOBBI SHAW
CANDY JOHNSON
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