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Rog Six

THE MICHIGAN DAILY

"Tuesday, October 17, 1972

Page Six THE MICHIGAN DAILY Tuesday, October 17, 1972

Peace Corps recruiting

DAILY OFFICIAL BULLETIN

WASHINGTON (R) - Ljubo-
mir Ivanovich and Beth McCam-
mon are from different worlds,
different generations. But they
have one thing in common. Both
are members of the Peace Corps
in the small, developing West
African nation of Dahomey.
In a sense, they symbolize the
change that has come over the
Peace Corps in the second half
of its nearly 11-year-old history
of volunteer service in foreign
countries. The emphasis on re-
cruiting has shifted from the
liberal arts-educated teacher to
the skilled worker.
Ivanovich, a 60-year-old native
of Yugoslavia who became an
American citizen six years ago,
is a supervisor of heavy equip-
ment for the, massive Lower
Oueme River Valley develop-
ment project in southern Da-
homey.
On the other hand, McCam-
mon, a 26-year-old native of the
Los Angeles suburb of Haw-
thorne, has followed her love for
animals and the countryside into
UAC presents
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shifts to skills

the Peace Corps.
She is setting up an experi-
mental animal - husbandry pro-
ject in the same lush, tropical
valley as Ivanovich where a
large-scale development pro-
gram initiated by the United
Nations' Food and Agricultural
Organization is under way.
Unlike Ivanovich, who learn-
ed his profession on the job in
Venezuela where he went after,
World War II, McCammon first'
tried raising a steer and sheep
in a high school; animal - hus-
bandry course, and continued in
the field through seven years
and two degrees from the Uni-

versity of California at Davis.
Even though the vast majority
of its 7,500 volunteers are still
classified as generalists, the
corps is proud of its record of
placing volunteers with rare
and unusual skills overseas dur-
ing the past year.
Among them are a former staff
member who volunteered to help
the Cameroons set up a national
museum; six applicants with ex-
tensive Boy Scout and leader-
ship experience to organize
scout troops in Ecuador; a spe-
cialist in rice processing for Bra-
zil; and an archivist for the gov-
ernment in Morocco.

TUESDAY, OCTOBER 17
DAY CALENDAR
Biophysics Seminar: E. . Lopata,
"Vibronic Interactions in Circular Di-
chroism of Polypeptides," 618 Physics-
Astronomy Bldg., 1 pm.
LSA Coffee Hour: Slavic Dept., Com-
mons Rm., Mead, Lang. Bldg., 3 pm.
Music School: Organ major students,
Hill Aud., 3:15 pm.
Psych. 171 Film Series: "But what If
The Dream Comes True?" UGLI Multi-
purpose Rm., 4 pm.
Physics Seminar: J. Zorn, "Progress
Report on work of Molecular Beam
Group," P & A Collop. Rm., 4 pm.
Physics Seminar: E. deRafael, Prince-
ton and Burs-sur-Yvette, France, "Po-
sitivity Restriction on Compton Ampli-
tudes," 2038 Randall Lab, 4 pm.
Botany - Microbiology Seminar: D.
Morris, Univ. of washington, Seattle,
"Polyamines and Bacterial Growth," N.

Lecture Hall, Med. Sc. II, 4 pm.
Comp. & Comm.. Sciences Colloquium:
S. Isard, "Programs as Utterances," 2050
Frieze Bldg., 4 pm.
Archeological Inst. of America: A.
Cutler, Penn State, "Mythological Bowl
in the Treasury of St. Mark's, Venice,"
Aud. B, Angell Hall, 4:10 pm.
Computing Center Short Course:
"Overview of Stimulation and Simula-
tion Languages," Seminar Rz., Comp.
--tr., 7:30 pm.
UAC:3Adelle Davis, "The Nutrition
Awakening," Power Center, 8 pm.
Music School: R. Radulescu, organ,
Hill Aud., 8:30 pm.
Musical Society: Ernesto Bitetti, gui-
tarist, Rackham Aud., 8:30 pm.
Rive Gauche: Spanish language
night, 1024 Hill St., 9 pm.

Residential
Film Festival:
of Stonehenge,

College Astronomical
"Skylab, The, Mystery
E. Quad. Aud., 9 pm.

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OF THE '72 POLITICAL CONVENTIONS
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