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Unit Report
P'assed Onl
To Regents
(Continued from Page 1)
>ns are independent of.each oth-
they even have different names.
1e Michigan League is the name
the building. Its operations are
pervised by a board of governors.
The Women's League (activi-
s) Ahas space in the building. Its
ur student officers sit on the
ard of governors. However, the
tivities wing is not financially
sponsible to the board. It re-
ves a set sum from female stu-
nt tuitions and operates accord-
gly.
A 'U' Center with Services
One of the very real questions
r the Robertson Report was
iether to merge. the entire Un-
a-League operations or just the
tivities sections. Originally, there
as general agreement only on the
ter.
The concept of a University Cen-
r provided -the answer. A Uni-
rsity Center without services
uld not be.
The complete recommendations
the study committee were then
follows:
-That the need for a real Uni-
rslty Center be recognized, and
at as the basis for a future Uni-
rsty Center, a single governing
ard be established to replace the
esent Michigan Union and the
ic higan League governing
Activities Wing
-That a single coeducational
ident activities organization be
tablished within the University
enter and be responsible to the
ard;
=-That an implementation com-
ittee be appointed immediately
the first step in accomplishing
.e above two goals.
Both the Union and League
ards supported the proposals,
it the League did not commit it-
If to a complete merger. Its res-
ition of last May endorsed only
e "neet" for a University Cen-
r and a single coeducational
ident activities committee with-
the center," not the Center it-
If. There; has been strong alum-
,e pressure to preserve the Michi-
n League-as opposed to the
omen's League-in its present
rm.
Implementation Committee
Both boards agreed last May to
>point three members each (one
udent, one alumnus, one member
the faculty) to an implementa-
rn committee which would work
it all the intricate details of a
erger, such as the one above.
Key also agreed, however, to send
e Robertson Report to the Re-
nts for "comments and sugges-
>ns." The League further stip-.
ated that it would not appoint its
embers to the implementation
mmittee until after the Regents
d expressed their views.
At ther June meeting the Re-
nts turned the Robertson Report
'er to Vice-P;esident for Business
d Finance Wilbur J. Pierpont
id Vice-President for Studept
fairs James A.Lewis. Pierpont
id Lewis have spent the last four
onths studying the document
id are expected to report their
nclusons at this month's Re-
nts meeting, Friday.
TOMORROW: The responsi-
ility of the Union and League
c the Regents and the Pierpont-
iewis report.
Vesler joins
tatistics Unit

Professor Oscar Wesler of the
athematics department has been
imed to the 1963-64 Program of
siting Lecturers in Statistics.
Supported by the National
ience Foundation, the program
intended to help smallerschools
ganize programs of teaching in
atistics.
The group of visiting lecturers,
imbering about 30 leading teach-
s and research workers in statis-
:s, will be visiting smaller col-
ges and universities throughout

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for Saturday and Sunday.
WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 16
Day Calendar
School of Public Health Conference-
The First Training Conference on Or..
ganized Home Care: School of Public
Health, Room 3042.
Department of Speech University Play-
ers Production-"The Miser" by Moliere:
Lydia Mendelssohn Theatre, 8 p.m.
Botany Seminar: Dr. Frederick K.
Sparrow, Dept. of Botany, will speak
on "Botanically Interesting Hawaii." At
4:15 p.m. today, in 1139 Natural Sci-
ence Bldg. Tea will be served at 4 p.m.
Research Club of the Univ.: First
meeting of the year will be today at 8
p.m. (Council at 7 p.m.) at the Rack-
ham, Amphitheatre. Papers: Martin
Dyck, "Schiller's Poetry as Poetry" and
A. S. Smith, "Philatelic Chemistry."
Members only.
Doctoral Examination for Richard Carl
Gerhan, Economics; thesis: "An Analy-
sis of the First and Second Moderniza-
tion Programs of the Japanese Iron
and Steel Industry," Wed., Oct. 16, 206
Economics Bldg., at 1:30 p.m. Chairman,
Shorey Peterson.,
General Notices
Seniors: College of L. S. &. A., and
Schools of Education, Music and Public
Health: Tentative lists of seniors for
December graduation have been posted
on the bulletin board in the first floor
lobby, Admin. Bldg. Any changes there-
from should be requested of the Re-
corder at Office of Registration and
Records, window Number A, 1513 Admin.
Bldg.
Medical College Admission Test: Can-
didates taking the Medical College Ad-
mission Test on Sat., Oct. 19, are re-
quested to report to Room 130 in the
Business Admin. Bldg. at 8:30 Sat.
morning.
Foreign Language Exam: Students
who are planning to take the foreign
language exam for the MA in Linguis-
tics during the current semester should
make an appointment with the de-
partmental secretary (2223 Angell Hall)
no later than Fri., Oct. 25. The exam
will be held on Nov. 9.
Mathematics 115 and 215 will have
their Uniform Exams on Thurs., Oct. 17,
from 7-8 p.m.
Applications for Foreign Student
Scholarships for second semester are
available at the International Center,
268 W. Engineering, 158 Business Ad-
min., 1012 Rackham Bldg. and 19 An-
gell Hall.
Deadline for applications is Nov. 15.

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Alumnae Club Scholarships:
The Lucile B. Conger and The Mar-
garet Waterman Scholarship are offer-
ed to undergrad women on the basis
of academic performance, contribution
to Univ. life and financial need. The
stipends are variable.
Application blanks for these scholar,.
ships are available at the Alumnae
Council Office, Alumni Memorial Hall,
and should be filed by Dec. 2, 1963.
Awards will be granted for use during
the second semester, 1963-64 and will be
announced Dec. 9, 1963.
Law School Admission: The Admis-
sion Deans from the following Law
Schools have indicated that they will
be present at the Conference for Pre-
Law Advisers to be held in Hutchins
Hall, Room 100, Thurs. and Fri., Oct.
17 & 18.
Most of these deans will be staying
at the Mich. Union and any students
interested in meeting them should make
appointments with them directly at the
Conference or by calling them at the
Union. Additions to this list may be
posted at the time of the Conference.
The Law Schools and their represen-
tatives are listed alphabetically as
follows:
Cornell, Dean Frank O'Brien; Detroit
College of Law, Dean Charles King;
Duke, Prof. Paul Hardin; Georgetown,
Dean Kenneth Pye and Dean Gordon;
Rutgers, Prof. Smith; Syracuse, Prof.
John Huston; Univ. of Pennsylvania,
Dean William R. Shane; Univ. of Vir-
ginia, Dean Lindsey Cowen; Wayne,
Dean Neef and Prs. Plihal.
Placement
SUMMER PLACEMENT:
212 SAB-
Union Carbide Corp., Linde Co.-In-
terviews for Srs. & grad students in-
terested in summer employ, will be held
Oct. 17 & 18. Make arrangements with
Engrg. Placement at 128-H W. Engrg.
(AE & Astro., ChE, CE, EE, EM, IE, ME,
Met. & Construction.)
* * *
The Summer Placement Service is re-
ceiving information on new jobs at the
rate of 14 per day. These include posi-
tions for foreign students, married stu-
dents, undergrads & grad students.
PLACEMENT INTERVIEWS, Bureau of
Appointments-Seniors & grad students,
please call Ext. 3544 for appts. with the
following:
MON., OCT. 21-
, Central Intelligence Agency, Wash.,
D.C. & Overseas-1) Jr. Officer Trng.
Prog.-BA-grad work helpful. Excel-
lent academic record. No specific ma-
jor. Women must have MA. Interest
in foreign areas & foreign affairs essen-
tial. 2) Men & women for many other
positions including: Psych.-PhD; Phys-
ics-all levels; Econ.-all levels; Cartog-
raphy-all levels; Forestry-men; Social
Sci.-all levels; Journ.-BA, MA; Bus.
Ad.; 3) Secretarial/clerical.
TUES., OCT. 22-
CIA-See Monday.
General Foods Corp., Throughout U.S.
-Men & women, Dec. grads. U.S. citi-
zenship. Seeking majors in Econ., &
General Liberal Arts for Sales, Adv.,
Econ., Mkt. Research, Merchandising,
& Sales Promo.
WED., OCT. 23-
CIA-See Monday.

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Econ., Poll. Set., Engl., For. Lang., Geog.,
Soc., Psych., Anthro., Fine Arts (de-
sign), Hist., Journ., Philo., Speech, Ed-
uc., & General Liberal Arts. For posi-
tions in Adv., Mgmt. Trng. Res., Mer-
chandising, Purchasing, Retailing, Sales
-inside, & Sales Promo,
Corning Glass Works, Various loca-
tions-Men & Women-Dec., May & Aug.
grads. Seeking majors in Econ.. Engl.,
Psych., Anthro., Journ. & Educ. For
positions in Design, Econ., Elec. Com-
puting, Mkt. Res., Personnel, Prod.,
Purchasing, Sales-inside & territorial,
Sales Promo., Stat. & Traffic.
THURS., OCT. 24-
Kroger Co., Detroit Div.-Men-May
& Aug. grads. Seeking majors in Econ.,
Engl., Psych., Hist. & General Liberal
Arts. For positions in Mgmt. Trng.,
Merchandising. Retailing, Traffic &
Trans. U.S. citizenship.
Chase Manhattan Bank, New York
City-Dec. grads. Seeking majors in
Econ., Engl., Law & General Liberal
Arts. Training program for all areas of
Banking. Women for Econ. ONLY, pre-
fer MA degree.
FRI., OCT. 25-
Owens-Corning Fiberglas Corp., Vari-
ous locations--Men-Dec. & May grads.
Seeking majors in Econ., Hist., Speech
ORGAN IZATION
NOTICES
Am. Soc. for Public Administration,
Oct. 16, T p.m., Mich. League, Mich.
Room. Speaker: Herbert Kaufman, Yale
Univ., "Laws, Theories, and Organiza-
tions." Refreshments.
* * *
Cercle Francais, Baratin, Oct. 16, 3-5
p.m.. 3050 FB.
Chess Club, Meeting, Oct. 16, 7:30
p.m., Union, Rm. 3K-L. Everyone wel-
come.
* * *
German Club, German Conversation,
Music, Singing and Refreshments, Oct.
16, 3-5 p.m., 4072 FB. "Herzlich Will-
kommen !"
JCC, Petitioning for student members
of Committee on Standards & Con-
duct begins Oct. 7. Deadline date Oct.
17. Interviewing time & place will be
announced at a later date. Petitions
available from Mrs. Belaire, 1011 SAB.
Rifle Club, Shooting, Oct. 16, 7-10
p.m., ROTC Rifle Range. Beginners'
school, 8 p.m.; sign up for club im-
provement match now.
* * *
Sociedad Hispanica, Oct. 16, 7:30 p.m.,
3050 FB. Speaker: Prof. A. H. Kuhn,
"Poetas espanoles del siglo de oro en
Austria."
* *
Univ. Lutheran Chapel, Midweek De-
votion, conducted by Pastor A. Scheips,
Oct. 16, 10 p.m., 1511 Washtenaw.
U. of M. Socialist Club, Oct. 17, 7:30
p.m., Union, Rms. 3R-S. Speaker: Cedric
Cox, member of Canadian Parliament,
"Cuba Today: Canadian View."
WAA, Crop & Saddle Club, Riding,
Oct. 17, 6:45-7:45 p.m., WAB; Hayride,
Oct. 18, 8 p.m., Susterka Lake.

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& General Liberal Arts. For positions in
Elec. Computing, Mgmt. Trng., Mkt.
Res., Prod., Purchasing, Sales-Territor-
ial & Stat. U.S. citizenship.
* * *
Notice-If you. are not registered with
the Bureau of Appointments but would
like to have an interview, it will be
necessary for you to fill out the College
Interview form. Please come in and
pick up one of these forms the day
before your appt. so that copies can be
made in advance.
ENGINEERING PLACEMENT INTER-
VIEWS--Seniors & grad students, please
sign interview schedule posted at 128-H
W. Engrg. for appointments with the
following:
OCT. 17-
ALCOA, Entire Co.-(See Career book-
let for geog. locations).-BS-MS: ChE.
BS, MS & Prof.: Met. BS: CE, EE, IE &
ME. R. & D., Des., Prod. & Sales.
Pure Oil Co., Refining, Lemont, Ill.,
Beaumont, Tex., Newark, O., & Toledo,
0. Transportation: Pipeline Div. Re
search Center: Crystal Lake, Ill.-All
Degrees: ChE & ME. BS-MS: EE & CE.
R. & D.
Socony Mobil Oil Co., Inc., Through-
out the U.S. & some international areas
-All Degrees: NA & Marine. BS-MS:
ChE, EE & ME. BS: CE. Dec. grads.
R. & D., Des., Prod., Sales & Marine
Trans.
OCT. 17-18-
Shell Companies, Throughout the U.S.
-BS-MS: ChE, CE, EE. EM, ME & Met.
MS: Construction. R. & D., Des., Prod.
& Sales.
Union Carbide Corp., Linde Co., Pri-
mahily in East. & Midwest. U.S., how-
ever Prod. & Sales opening nationwide
-BS-MS: AE & Astro., ChE, CE, EE,
EM, IE, ME & Met. MS: Construction.
R. & D., Des., Prod. &Sales, Engrg. &
Mfg.

1964
ENGINEERING GRADUATES
The Inland Steel Company, East Chicago, Indiana, invites
you to investigate our many career opportunities. Our rep-
resentatives will be on your campus on Wednesday, October
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Philosophy Department
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The Mary Louisa Hinsdale Scholarship
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endowment fund) is available to un-
dergrad single women who are wholly
or partially self-supporting and who do
not live In Univ. residence halls or
sorority houses. Girls with better than
average scholarship and need will be
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Men-Dec. grads & summer employ-
ment. U.S. citizenship. Seeking majors
in Econ., Journalism & English. Fpr
positions in Adv., Art (layout), Market
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