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THE MICHIGAN 'DAILY

Tuesday, December 4, 1973

Page Two THE MICHIGAN DAILY Tuesday, December 4, 1973

Graduation
OXAnnouncements I
for
GRADUATING
SENIORSE
ARE NOW ON SALE
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FANTASTIC ART POSTERS. Reproductions of some of above plates avail-
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SEVEN ARROWS by Hyemeyohsts Storm. A unique and moving novel about
the ways of Plains People by a Northern Cheyenne, taught by the elders
of the tribe, initiated into the mysteries and revelation of Indian life,
SEVEN ARROWS is superbly illustrated with fine photographs-over 150
pictures of faces and places, birds and animals of the Plains. 4.95
THE WOMAN'S EYE, ed by Anne Tucker. Selection from the photographic
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TOLKIEN 4 volumes, now rightfully includes the HOBBITT in the boxed
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J.R.R. TOLKIEN CALENDAR 1974. A wall calendar, with important middle
earth dates such as Bibbo's birthday. Illustrated by Tolkien himself. Comes
boxed ready to mail to some kid. 3.95

WISCONSIN DEATH TRIP by Michael Lesy. I picked it up. Put it down
puzzled. Somedays later it began to sink in. Like Faulkner's people, but
documented with photos from 1890-1910. History? Photography? Fiction-
alized photography? As powerful a statement as Arbus or Weston. Paper-
back. 5.95
THE VEGETARIAN EPICURE by Anna Thomas. Of the numerous books
available, this is recommended by Borders-it started by word of mouth
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official publication of the Univer-
sity of Michigan. Notices should be
sent in TYPEWRITTEN FORM to
409 E. Jefferson, before 2 p.m. of
the day preceding publication and
by 2 p.m. Friday for Saturday and
Sunday. Items appear once only.
Student organization notices are
not accepted for publication. For
more information, phone 764-9270.
Tuesday, December 4
DAY CALENDAR
Continuing Education of Women:
"Women in Medicine, Pharmacy, Den-
tistry." Conf. Rm. 4, 5, League, noon.
Music School: Baroque Brass Ensem-
ble, SM Recital Hall, 12:30 pm.
Engineering: Meeting of the College
Standing Committee, Dean's Office, 3
Geology, Mineralogy: P. Roehl, Union
Oil Co., lecture, 2018 C. C. Little Bldg.,
3 pm.
Physics: M. Leventhal, Bell Labs, "y-
ray Astronomy, Positronium, & the
Lamb Shift," P-A Bldg. Colloq. Em., 4
pm.
Psych Films: "Masque of the Red
Death;" "What Man Shall Live & Not
See Death." Aud. B, Angell Hal,4 pm.
Russian, E. European Studies: I.
MEDITATION
arca and
tibetan
methods
Psychologist studying effects
of meditation offers training
in return for participation in
research.
SEEKING INEXPERIENCED AND
E:XPERIENCED WOMEN
CL- Tom Greenfield: 764-8437
Leave name and number

Cunliffe, Univ. of Sussex, "American
Culture: Views from the Outside," E.
Conf. Rm., Rackham, 4 pm.
Education: J. Standifer, "Rhythms of
the Third World," Assembly Hall,
Rackham, 7 pm.
Women's Studies Films: "Frances
Flaherty,' Multipurpose Rm., UGLI,
7:30 pm.
jUniversity Council: 1017 Angell Hal'
7:30 pm.
Music School: University Choirs, May-
nard Klein, conductor, "Yuletidefest,"
Hill Aud., 7:30 p.m
Music School: S. Myers, violin, SM
Recital Hall, 8 pm.

dorm rates.
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Dfane is cuirrently considering the
plan. Sometime in early January
it will go to the full policy commit-
tee for consideration.
If adopted by HPC as a pro-
posal, the recommendation would
then go to Student Services Vice
President Henrv J o h n s o n and

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CAREER PLANNING & PLACEMENT eventually to the Regents for con-
For graduate study in Internat. Reis., sideration. It would have to reach
$5000 fellowship at U of Manitoba, Win- the Regents by next May to be in-
nipeg, Can. Apply before Jan. 18. De- eluded in next year's lease.
tails at Career Planning & Placement. iHuigDrco onFlkm
45 fellowships of $3600-$5000 for stu- Housing Director John Feldkamp
dents who have completed 1 yr. of grad. was not available for comment on
work in any o f65 academic areas are the proposal.
available at U. of Alberta, Edmonton,
Can. 35 scholarships from $2500-$3600 BUT ITS AUTHOR - sociology
for beginning grad. students.gBu ntSRAUTH eck- say
Seniors of Scottish descent may ap- grad student Ron Beck - says he
ply for a $3750 scholarship for gradu- considers the battle for adoption of
te study in Scotland, any field. Apply his proposal to be an uphill fight.
before Jan. 15.1Beksyhwvrtatein
For Seniors who want to teach but Beck says, however, that he n-
have no teaching certificate, many tends to push to get the same pro-
universities offer Master of Arts in vision included in married housing
Teaching degree. For details come to leases when they come up for con-
the Career Planning & Placement lib. sideration early next year.
Recently received program details in-
clude: biological and general science Beck says the move to grant
teaching at U. of Ill. Elementary and rent-setting authority to HPC origi-
many fields of secondary level teach-
ing at Northwestern U. nated last year when the Regents
Annual Burke Marketing Research overruled the policy committee and
Fellowship Award for undergraduate
students interested in marketing re- hiked married housing rates by
search. The Fellowship combines grad. five per cent.
study in mktg. at the U. of Cincin-
nati with training. Check with this of- DA I LY CLASSIF EDS
fiee for test dates and application in-
formation. Need to apply by Jan. 1 BRING QUICK RESULTS
and/or March 1.
I DIRECTORSHIPS OPEN1

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FOR THE UNIVERSITY OF MICHIGAN
Gilbert and Sullivan, Society's
Fall Semester Show:
DRAMATICS, MUSIC, TECH.,
COSTUMING, PUBLICITY, PROGRAMS
Petitions accepted Sunday, December 9
For information call Skin Kruse: 769-4397 between 5 and
6 p.m.

HOUSING OFFICE
IN-RESIDENCE STAFF APPLICATION
FORMS FOR 1914-15 ACADEMIC YEAR
Available Starting December 10, 1973
in Ms. Charlene Coady's Office
1500 S.A.B.

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POSITIONS INCLUDE:

Resident Director, Assistant
Resident Director, Resident
Advisor, Head Resident, Resident

Fellow, Head Librarian, and
Graduate Student Teaching Assistant
Librarian
Advisory positions generally require upperclass status for the resident fellows
in residential college and the resident advisors positions: graduate status
for graduate student teaching assistant in pilot program and the resident
directors position.
Many of these positions are available to single or married graduate students
who qualify for graduate work at the University. Positions are also open for
qualified, single undergraduates.
Present staff and other individuals who have an applicotion on file must
come to this office to pick up a new application form.
Deadline for Applications: January 8, 1974
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