THE MICHIGAN DAILY
Friday, March 19, T971
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Application for Grad Student Dis- III
..s sertation Grants: may be made through
citye of Michign. Notics shouldbe latei appliesna cama
The Daily Official Bulletin is an not be accepted;rtwo other applic. op-
official publication of the Univer- portunities during yr., Oct. and Jan.
s an esoubr '72; have clear statement of researchTl
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P arsentomin28TYPEWRITTEN, fore o problem with estimated cost of each
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2 p.m., of the day preceding pub- should have beenreviewed by memberz
(Continued from Page 3) rdcation and by 2 p.m. Friday for of doctoral comm.; guideline and for- haf-term (Jue 30 to A gust 19th) if there s
Satudayand undy. Iemsap- mat for submission can be obtained..in
Several of the neutralist repre- pear once oaren Stden cceptg a- Fellowship Ofc., Rackham, Rm 1014; sufficient interest. Classes will meet 10-12 1-3
sentatives indicated t h a t the teinfo at 4-2218.
"third forces" were losing ground publication. For more information, 1971 Business Leadership Award A. five ays a week. Eig/t hours credit. Material cov-
"thid foces"werelosig grund phone 764-9270. Splauldlng, former Pres., N.C. Mutual fv as4 GeK ih or rdt aeilc U
as the war continues with "eachFRIDA CH19 Life Ins. Co., "Opening of Pandora's ered iS equivalemt to Ru2ssia 101 aid 102. Call the
bomb dropped driving more peopleFIAMRh1 Box: A Management Dilemma," Mar. 19,!
into the PRG camp," she stated. Rackham Amph., 8:15 p.m. depar'tgnnt (764-53 55) and provide name and
Fuller felt that m a n y of the a alen darp3
conference members, most ofyPlacementh3
whom had not be e n associated Black Liberation Week: "The Black
with the.peace movement, would Movement: Ideologies and Issues," R. 3 S.A.B
become actively involved in the Williams, Rep. of New Africa; J. Turner, T e3folowing AimeitB. b_
aniwrsrgl sarsl fCornell; P. Onwuachi, Howard U., Univ. Te olwn r meit
antiEwarletugglemeasnesultof ementary Sch., Aud. 1405, 10-noon; openings in Ann Arbor area, others na-
the trip. 1017 Angell Hall, 1-6 p.m. tionwide:
She plans to work with the Peo- Regents Meeting: Admin. Bldg., 11 Ayerst Labs, Detroit, Monroe counties
a rn, professional sales In pharmaceuticals,
plc's Peace Treaty, a peace settle- Commission on Women: 3540 SAB, 3 degree with min. 12 hrs. biol, and chema
ment between the Vietnamese and p.m. some bus. exper nec., sales pref.
American peoples negotiated by Astronomy Colloquium: E. Upton, MSU Cyclotron Labs, electrical engr..
the U.S. national Student Asso- "Problems in Star Formation," P&A dev. computer. interface and nuclear
Colloq. Rm, 4 p.m. instrumentation, ZSEE, new grad.
ciation, and to support other ac- Professional Theatre Prog.: Siamese Client of Executeam, steel sales trai-
tivities in t h e Spring Connections," Mendelssohn Theatre, 8 nee in Detroit area, 2-4 year training, ANN ARBOR
against the war, including demon- p.m. degree not specific, mech. aptitude and
strations scheduled to take place University Players: "The Refusal,,, interest in industry a must.CH WGAN
in Prestolite Co., Toledo, chief product
Washington in April andMay.Trueblo.School of Music: DMA Piano Series, engr., BSEE, and min. 3 yrs electr-6985
She recalled that one of the A. Kindt, piano, School of Music Re- mech. and electromagnetic p r o d u e t
lighter and perhaps more reveal- cital Hall, 8 p.m. expe rnce; in dustrialtechnial serviaces
ing moments of the trip came in I Black Liberation Week: Contempor- sci. degree with chen or che, and 3-5
the U.S. embassy as the group ary zz Quintet, Mi. Union Ballroom, yrs. with copper-nickel-chrome plating
ended its discussion with members International Folk Dance: Barbour nonferrous metals
of the U.S. delegation by singing Gym, 8-11 p.m. Interviews, details at SPS, register for
"Give Peace a Chance." An em- Grad School of Business Admin: A. appt. by phone or in person. 764-
SSpaulding, former Pres. N.C. Mutual 7460,P~i4',o I)'A
bassy official remarked to Fuller, Life Ins. Co., "Opening of Pandora Ebx: Friday, March 19 /iL1 L1 Su1..VZL o r M en.
"That's a n Ice song, Td never A Management Dilemma," Rackham Camp Conestoga, boys, Ohio. 10 - 5,
Amph., 8:15 p.m. openings include gen. counselors (must o
heard it before." International Students Assoc.: Folk (Continued on Page 7) 2'/o are tired
or quality and bad fit.
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B. Single-pouch style, 12Yx8". $6.
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