THE MICHIGAN DAILY aUNDAY, SE
DAILY OFFICIAL BULLETIN
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'icial publication of The Univer-
y of Michigan for wich The
chigan Daily assumes no editorial
ponsibility. Notices shold be
it in TYPEWRITTEN form to
om 3564 Administration Building
'ore 2 p.m. two days preceding
SUNDAY, SEPTEMBER 15
nema Guild-Cary Grant, Eva Marie
t, and James Mason in Alfred
icock's "North by .Northwest": Ar-
oture Aud., 7:00 and 9:20 p.m.
odrow Wilson Fellowships: NomI-
ns for Woodrow Wilson fellowships
first year grad work leading to a
r in college teaching are due Oct.
)nly faculty members may nominate
idates. Eligible for nomination are
and women of outstanding ability
are seniors, or graduates not now
led in a graduate school, or grads
in the armed forces who will be
to enter a grad school in 1964-65.
crs who next semester will be dou-
nrolled in the Literary College and
e Grad School are eligible. To give
inees sufficient time to prepare
submit the required credentials,
ity members are urged to send in
nominations as eary as possible;
)ugh letters postmarked Oct. 31 will
ters of nomination should include
tudent's field of concentration, his
address and telephone, and should
nt to Dean Richard Armitage, Grad
ol, the Ohio State Univ., 164 W.
Ave., Columbus, Ohio.
m. evening, Sept. 16, in the W. Con-
ence Room of the Rackham Bldg.
f. Catherine Heller of the College
Arch. and Design will discuss "High-
hts of the Orient and California."
reshments will be served following
he Next Meeting of the Literary Col-
e Steering Committee will be held in
om 1220 Angell Hall this coming
n. afternoon, Sept. 16, at 4 p.m.
pply by Sept. 10 to take the Federal
vice Entrance Exam on Oct. 12. Ap-
ations available at Placement Office.
dents are urged to apply early so
t all processing & employment inter-
wing can be completed- before grad-
Accounts Supv.; Career Resident, Physi-
cal Med. & Rehab. Service; Appraiser;
Clinical Psychologist; Hosp. Rec. Spe-
cialist; Social Worker (clinical); Reg-
istered Nurse; Med. Tech.; Planner-Es-
timator; Physicians; etc.
Navy Dept.-Civilian job opportunities
as follows: Engineers (all types); Digi-
tal Computer Systems Analysts; Illus-
trator; Librarian; Naval Architects;
Operations Research Analyst; Statisti-
cians; Supv. Operating Accountant;
Physicists; Chemists; Mathematicians;
Mgmt. Analysts; etc.
Veterans Admin. Hospital, Ann Arbor
-Civil Service Position as a Nursing
Assistant. Minimum age 16. No maxi-
mum. No exper. is required. Must take
U.S. Atomic Energy Commission - 1)
Seeking expert in Radiobiology for duty
at Institute of Tech. in Bandung, In-
donesia. Duration-12 mos. Needed in
Jan. 1964. PhD in Biology. 2) Opening
at Le Dantec Hosp., Dakar, Senegal,
for medical application of radioisotopes.
Should be medically qualified & spe-
cialized in the appli. of radioisotopes in
the investigation & treatment of can-
cer. 3) Medical diagnostic applications
of radioisotopes for Rangoon General
Hosp. in Burma. Pertinent bkgd. 4) Ag-
ricultural applications of radioisotopes
for Faculty of Agri. U. of Indonisia in
Indonesia. Pertinent bkgd.
* * *
For further information, please call
General Div., Bureau of Appointments,
3200 SAB, Ext. 3544.
Library of Congress-Various openings
including: Information Clerk for Copy-
right Office; Cataloger for Copyright
Office; Searcher-Cataloger & Process-
ing Librarian for Descriptive Cataloging
Div.; Head, Preparation Sect. for Manu-
script Div.; Administrative Officer for
Sci. & Tech. Div.; and Subject Cataloger
(math) for Subl. Cataloging Div.
U.S. Civil Service-Various job vacan-
cies as follows: Appointment Unit Supv.;
Budget Analyst; Property Disposal Ass't.;
Electronic Systems Inspector; Employe
Developme nt Officer; Dietitian; Fiscal
Thirteen scattered music buildings will be combined in this striking Music School Bldg.
Mu-sic School: ASynthesis
te of Midyear Graduation: The date
he Midyear Graduation Exercises,
nally published for Sat., .Dec. 14,
been changed to Thurs., Dec. 19.
exercises will be held at 2:00 p.m.
plications for LSA Scholarships for
spring semester, 1963-64, are now
[able in Room 1220 Angell Hall. All
ications must be returned to that
by Nov. 15, 1963. Apply only if
e point average is 2.8 or better,
s are severely limited. Applicants
have had at least one semester
sidence in this College.
reau of Industrial Relations Per-
el Techniques Seminar No. 94-Dr.
,rt House, Bureau of Industrial Re-
ns, Graduate School of Business
inistration, "Management by Ob-
ves - Results - Oriented Appraisals
ms": Third Floor Conference Room,
.igan Union, 8:00 a.m.-5:00 p.m.
val Reserve Research Company 9-3
ing-Edgar W. Westrum, Jr., Prof.
hemistry, "Recent Advances in Cry-
ics"; North Hall, 7:30 p.m.
e Women's /Research Club of the
of Mich. will meet at 8 o'clock
SE OF THIS COLUMN for announce-
ts is available to officially recog-
d and registered organizations only.
inizations who are planning to be
ve for the Fall Semester should reg-
by Sept. 24, 1963. Forms available,
Student Activities Bldg.
you wish to be listed in the Student
ctory, please give the president's
e, address and telephone number
[iss C. Bilakos, 1011 SAB by Sept. 16,
aduate Outing Club, Canoeing, To-
2 p.m., Rackham Bldg., Huron St.
ung Friends Fellowship, Supper
ing, Topic, "Work Camp in N. Caro-
"Sept. 16, 5:30-7:30 p.m., 1420 Hill.
ice Political Party (U. of M. Chap-
Students for Democratic Soc.),
.bership Meeting-Election of Offi-
& Discussion of Programs, Sept.
8 p.m., Union, 3rd Flobr, Rms.
[N. Everyone welcome.
theran Student Assoc., Sept. 15, 7
, Hill & S. Forest. Speaker: Dr.
;in Marty, U. of Chicago Theol.
ol, "The Second Chance for Prot-
issian Club, Meeting-Slide Show-
of Soviet Central Asia, Yalta Resort
Major Cities of Soviet Union -
in English, Sept. 17, 7:30 p.m., 2008
'e Bldg. Everyone welcome.
* * *
ngregational Disc. E & R Stud
d, Study Action Dinner, Sept. 16,
p.m., 802 Monroe.
Sociedad Hispanica, Tertulia, Sept.
-5 p.m., 3050 Frieze Bldg.
Senior Pictures for the
are being taken
,- i I
THIS MONTH ONLY!
Appointments can be made
10 A.M. to 4 P.M.
MON. thru FRI.
ON THE DIAG
in the Fishbowl)
OLD CHURCH HALL-Harris Hall, built in 1886 as a church hall, has never been owned by the
University but has been leased from the church. After the North Campus building is put Into service,
the building will be used solely as the headquarters for the Marching Band. The building has housed
the center for wind instruments. Music School officials saw the need to keep the band headquarters
on the central campus.
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C'I(RYJAG from the MOON
TO BE SOLD-The half-timbered building on Maynard St. is
scheduled to be sold.Housing more than 150 practice rooms, the
structure is presently an Integral part of music school activities.
The building, erected in 1873, is the oldest used and contained the
No need to be
You will find
a wide selection
of NEW and
BURTON TOWER-Landmark of the campus, Burton 'Tower
will become the central campus headquarters of the Music School.
Plans call for interior renovation, designed for non-Music
School student classrooms and practice rooms. The anterior of
Hill Aud. will also be redesigned for similar use. Additional space
will provide experimental laboratories for electronic music.