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THE MICHIGAN DAILY 1~'IUfl LV ~fl17V1~Tfl1~1~ 19 1 fl~~J - ~ ~ V A TAAPAdA~ J..~, .L~7U~

____I1965, are now available in Room 1220,
Angell Hall. Applications will be due no C ld
DAILY OFFICIAL later than Nov. 16. Applicants must have
had at least one full semester of rest- SCHEDULE OF INTERVIEWS
BULLETIN dence in this College and have attained EDUCATION DIVISION:
an over-all grade point average of 2.8 The following is the list of schools
= or better. that will be interviewing at the Bureau
Attention Seniors and Grad Students: .for prospective teachers for January
(Continued from Page 2) The McGraw-Hill Engineering Digest, and September 1965 placement. The
the North Campus. edited for engineering students, is con- September vacancies will be specified
________ducting a Seniors Program and the as such. Those vacancies not specified
Doctoral Examination for Edgar Alan U-M Engrg. School has been selected. are for January.
Manker, Chemical Engineering; thesis: tanmr and apliaio bladnso an free The week of Nov. 16-20:
"Thermodynamic Properties of a oan-yar subsition tnor hi digest MONDAY, NOV. 16:
Methane-Propane Mixture at L 0 w nye.sbsrpon othsdgs
Temperatures and High Pressures," Fri- from the Engrg. Placement Service, or Rudyard, Mich. - Elem., M.R., J.H.
day, Nov. 13, 3201 E. Engin. Bldg., at frodm your departmental office. English.
1:00 p.m. Chairmaii, G. B. Williams. Fraser, Mich. - K-6 Cexcept 2nd
________Summary of Action Taken by Student grade); Elem. Lib., J.H. Math/Science
DoctralExamnaton fr WllyGovernment Council at its Meeting of (Block).
Smith, Nuclear Engineering; thesis: oebr1,16 USANV 7
t'Natural Convection in a Rectangular Accepted: Resignation 01 Carl Cohen. Cleveland, Ohio - All Fields (except
Cavity," Friday, Nov. 13, 310 Auto, Lab. as Council Member. Boys P.E,, Span.. Speech, Russiani).
at 1:30 p.m. Chairman, F. G. Hammitt. Appointed: Jerry Kerr as Student Hammond, Ind. - Elem. K-6; EngI.;
_________Activties Coordinator to serve until Engl./Speech; Guid., Home Ec., Lib.;
Dr. David LaBerge of the University sIng, 1965. Elem. Vocal; Psychologist; J.H. Soc.
of Minnesota will speak on: "Atten- IAppointed: Bill Patch as Election Stud.; Spec. Ed-Sp./Hear., Phys. Hand.
tion Factors and Latency in Simple Director until after thae spring electicin M.R.
Choice Situations," today at 4:15 p.m. Approved: That the functions of the WEDNESDAY, NOV. 18:
in Aud. B, Angell Hall. Committee on University Affairs be u.s- Livonia, Mich.--Elem.; Vocal Consul-
_______sumed by .the Committee on Educa- tant; H.S.-Engl., Earth Sci., Psych.;
NSF Graduate Fellows who elected tional Affairs. J.H. Home C.; Pysch. Examiner.
one-year tenures for 1964-65 were re- Approved: That Boards, as well as THURSDAY, NOV. 19:
cently mailed renewal applications ma- committees, shall be able to present Grand Blanc, Mich.-Speech Corr., 4th
terial from the Graduatet Fellowshsip legislation for the consideration of the Grade, H.S. Bus. (Type. & Short.).
Office. This preliminary application Council without a second being re- Dearborn Heights, Mich. (Dist. No. 8)
must be in Washington by Nov. 16. quired. -Elem. 1, 3, & 5.
Any NSF Graduate Fellow who has not Approved: That votihg members of F'RIDAY, NOV. 20:
received this material should inform committees and boards be those per- Mt. Clemens, Mich. (L'Anse Creuse
the Graduate Fellowship Office. sons whose names are listed with the P.S.)-Elem. k, 1, 2, 3; J.H. Gen. Shop,
________Administrative Vice President upon Gen. Bus., Math.
Biological Chemistry Colloquium; will the recommendation of the committeee * * *
pressent, "Regulation of Protein Syn- or board chairman. This list will be For additional information and ap-
thesis During Keratinization," by Dr. reviewed by the Council at the time pointments,, contact the Bureau of Ap-
T. Humphreys, MIT, today at 4:00 p.m., of spring petitioning and interviewing. 'pointments, 3200 SAB.
M6423 Med. Approved: That SGC grant the US- ____
_______NSA Cominittee $200.00 to be used for POSITION OPENINGS:
Dept. of Philosophy & Center for the Conference on South Africa. State of Michigan, Conservation
Southeast Asian Studies: will pressent, Approved: That alternating Council Trainees-i. Conservation officer, Male
"Pre-Existence and Abilities," by Pro- members (including ex-officios) be re- grads only. 2. Biometrician, B.S. Blol.,
fessor Karl Potter, University of Mmn- sponsible for a WCBN broadcast. The Zoo., or rel. field. 3. Fisheries Biologist,
nesota at 4:10 p.m., in 429 Mason Hall broadcast will be run on a discussion- B.S., Fish Biol., Fish Mgmt., zoo., or
today interview basis and will include.- rel, area. 4. Forester, Degree in forestry.
________1. An objective statement of issues 5. Game iBologist. B.S. in game biol.,
The following sponsored student discussed at the table that week, zoo., or wildlife mgmt. or rel. area. 6.
events are approved for the coming 2. A discussion of the Council mem- Geologist, degree in geol. or geol., pe-
weekend. Social Chairmen are remind- ber's personal opinions on these issues. trol., or mining engrg. Deadline for
ed that requ'ests for approval for so- 3. A time and a place where the filing applications Nov. 16.
cia eents ar du n te Offce .o onil member can be reached by Commnweathof Pennsylvania -os
o'clock noon on Tuesday prior to the nsxfed nldn mlyet
event. . Saturday, Nov s1,4: nOpn Ws Counselor Trainee, nA gin ncPsyh ors
Ardams Oen-Open, West Quad Quad. Caseworker, degree in general course
Alpha Epsilon Pi, Record Party, 2101 Alpha Delta Phi, Viking Party, 556 work accepted.
Hill S. State. City of Port Huron, Mich.-Associate
Ailpha Sigma Phi, Exchange, Dinner, Alpha Tau Omega, Dance, 1415 Cam- Engr., grad. engr. (EIT) plus 2 yrs.
920 aldwn brdge.exper., or registered civil engr. Engrg
BeaTea 1 G 645 tate Cooley, Open-Open, East Quad. Assist., 4 yrs. exper, in municipal engrg.
Beta Theta Pi, Band Party, 604 S. or recent grad.

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Residence College, Tentative Dorm Plans

TEN ACRES SOUTH OF FULLER RD. and west of the Huron River have been set aside for the residential college. Structures in this site plan are (1) underclass living
units, holding 200 students each; (2) upperclass units, holding around 215 each; (3) central dining hall; (4) a lecture building; (5) classroom buildings and (6) library.
The library might be moved to the right of the classroom structure to which it is attached, since it Is possible another residential college might be built west of this one.
Since library facilities would be too difficult to duplicate, the University would simply expand the library serving the first college.

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Dela. upilon, TGi., 1331n Hii
Phi Alpha Kappa. TG, 1010 East Ann
Phi Delta Theta, TG, 1437 Washte- '
naw
Phi Epsilon Pi, Party, 1805 Washte- :
Phi Gamma Delta. TO, 707 Oxford
Phi Kppa si, T, 150 Wastena
Hill
Prescott, Open-Open, East Quad
Sigma Chi, TG, 548 5. State
Staus Mtress Party Open/Oen,
East. Quad .
Theta Chi, Party, 1351 Washtenaw4
Tet i, Exchange Dinner, 1345
Tyler Nouse, Open-Open, East Quag -
General Notices
Applications for Fellowships and
Scholarships in the Graduate School
'for 1965-66~ are now available in De-
ptment Offices. Competition closes
Feruary 15, 1965. Renewal of Applica-
tion forms are also available in De-
partmental Offices for those who have
ftnniedin revou~ years. Only stu-

State.
Delta Kappa Epsilon, Record Party,
1912 Geddes.,
Delta Tau Delta, Party, 1928 Geddes-.
D~elta Upsilon, Pledge Formal, 1331
Hil.
Evans Scholars, Hay Party, 1004 Olivia.
Gomberfi Party, Open-Open, South
Huber, Trip-Susterka Lake, South
Quad.
Michigan, Open-Open, West Quad.
Phi Delta Theta, House Party, 1437
Washtenaw.
Phi Gamma Delta, Alumni Reunion,.
707 Oxford.
Phi Epsilon P1, Party, 1805 Washte-
Phi KapaPsi, Record Party, 1550
Washtenaw-.
Phi Kappa Tau, Exchange Dinner,
1910 Hill.
Phi Kappa Tau, Party, 1910 Hill.
Prescott, Open-Open, East Quad.
Psi Upsilon, Pledge Formal, 1000 Hill.
Sigma Chi, Band Party. 548 5. State.
Sigma Phi, Pledge Formal, 907 LIn-
coin

Everett Bernardo & Co., Chicago-
Sales Engr., Engrg. bkgd. for custom
rubber and plastic products. Proven
sales ability. Not over 35 yrs.
* * *
For further info, pleas call 764-7460,
General Div., Bureau of Appts., 3200
SAB.
SUMMER PLACEMENT:
The International Student Travel
Center Directors will be in Ann Arbor
Nov. 23 and 24. Any student interested
in working abroad for the summer
should talk to them. Come to 212 SAB
and sign up for one of 14 group meet-
ings to be held both days.
American Student Information Serv-.
Ice has sent us more application forms
for European jobs. Students who want
to apply pick up forms in 212 SAB.
For further details come to Summer
Placement Service, 212 SAB.
ENGINEERING PLACEMENT INTER-
VIEWS - Seniors & grad. students,
please sign schedule posted at 128-H
West Engrg.

dnts who itend toe
Horace H. Rackham Schoo
ate Studies for 1965-66 m
Seminar in Mathematic
Mr. Javad Behboodian wi
'information for Estimati:
meters in Mixtures of Exp
Normal Distributions," Th
vember 12 at 4:00 p.m. In
Hall. Hl, ndsoud
The. Ma, Lou4.Aard Hidll
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Lrlli te tauss, Mixer-Slenna Hits. Coiiege, TUES., NOV. 17:
~l of Gradu- East Quad. American-Standard Industrial Dlv~-
ay apply. Tau Delta Phi, Party, 2015 Washtenaw. Major cities in the U.S.-BS: EE, IE &
Theta Delta Chi, Pledge Formal, Farm ME. Dev., Desg. & Sales. Can consider
al Statistics. Cupboard, 700 S. State. non-citizens.
ll speak on, Theta Xi, Open-Open, 1345 Washte. Bendix Corp., Research Labs. Div.,
ng the Para- naw. Southfield, Mich.-A1l Degrees: EE, EM,
onential and Theta Xi, Pledge Formal, 1345 Wash- ME. R. & D. MS-PhD: Pyhsics, Math.
iursday, No- tenaw. PhD: Phys. Chem. MS: AE & Astro-
3201 Angell Wenley, Open-pen, West Qad. 205BS:o CrPhsBcs. Men a women
ZetidbyWaA Beta Tauce Clus, Po arty, 20 Cbtem., BosonMs.. PD
es rnedwt nruton the Hedesope-Oen 1330 ill.rs Coinntal Cng& . Co., g-S-.
bldt uemeser.- Frday,____.___,_964,_8_____:3 pm.,:EMl, M t.--B5S ChE, EE: EMaEh
oe woll 2& oe' tlt ulig hsc S & Engr. De&v. Des. &Po.
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FLEXIBILITY IS THE KEY to this room design, which would allow
the two occupants to have either a common bedroom and common
study room (as shown) or to separate into two singles. In either
case, the two would share the bathroom in the middle.
dlude this quadruple with two bedrooms, living room, bathroom and
kitchenette (above the small room labelled "..C.," a janitor's closet
servicing the whole floor). It is hoped that rooms like this will make
juniors and seniors want to remain in the residential college.

H i g ha 1 y tentative architects'
sketches for the residential col-
lege's living quarters are currently
being studied by the faculty and
student committees planning this
small classroom-residence unit.
While there will undoubtedly be
many changes in the plans before
final blueprints are made, these
drawings give preliminary indica-
tions of how intimate and flexible
the college's planners are trying
to make the living units. The
drawings shown here--for indi-
vidual rooms, buildings and the
whole site--are those which the
student committee most likes.
The idea behind the design is to
construct housing in units of 40
students. Each unit would be rel-
atively isolated, in that it would
have its own entrance and exit,
and would have a wide variety of
room' sizes, shapes and types.
These would include not only
standard dormitory rooms but
larger suites and some apartment
units.
A 4pproximately 40 upperclass-
men would live in separatel struc-
tures, where the apartment facili-
ties would be contained. If the

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THIS QUADRUPLE is amenable to a number of different arrange-
ments of beds, dressers and desks, two of which are shown here.
Students on the residential college advisory committee felt space
could be saved if the closets faced into each room off of a single
wall in the center of the closet room drawn above.

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are shaped to allow a good deal of -discretion in arranging furni-
ture--the students could even decide to have three bedrooms instead
of two.

TEXT, CAPT IONS by
J EFF REY GOODMAN

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In Observance of JEWISH BOOK MONTH,

HILLEL Takes Pleasure in

Presenting

PROF. MARViN FELHEIM
On
"Some Trends in the
Contemnporary Jewish Novel"

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