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Page 2-Thursday, March 16, 1978-The Michigan Daily

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Miss J's short sport in leather,
a jacket that reflects the new
length for spring and is textured
to resemble patchwork. Ideal
for the season, riding
above pants, with acrylic
knit cuffs and snap collar,
pockets and top stitching.
Mocha, 5-13 sizes.-$50.

THURSDAY, MARCH 16,1978
Day Calendar:
Yeats Festival: R. McHugh, prof, Anglo-Irish Lit.,
Univ. College, BDublin; R. Grew, dir, Ctr. for W.
European Studies, "Yeats and the Idea of Theatre,"
9 a.m.; D. Hall, B. Hornback, "The Poetry of Yeats'
Plays," 10:30 a.m.; R. McHugh; M. O'Mally, Lyric
Theater, Belfast, "Yeats at the Abby, "The Actor int
Yeats' plays," 2:30 p.m.; all at Pendleton rm.,
Union; "The Cuchulain Saga," Art Museum, 8p.m.;
"Evening at the Pub," U Club, Union, 10:30 p.m.
Ctr. Japanese Studies: B. Kelly, Brandeis, "How
to Run a Japanese Irrigation System," Commons
Rm., Lane Hall, noon; C. Boxer, "European Em-
pires in Asia as a System of 'Social Welfare' for the
Upper Classes, 1500-1800," 4 p.m.
Regents: Public discussion, 1:30 p.m.; comments,
4 p.m.; meeting, 8 p.m., Regents' Rm., Ad. Bldg.
Int'l Ctr.: "Travel Information on Asia, Africa, &
Latin America," 3p.m.
Natural Resources: K. Knoblock, V-P, Amer.
Mining Congress, "Alaska - For What and for
Whom?" 3 p.m.
Ctr. Near Eastern, N. African Studies, Abel Ah-
Brief GEO
Membership
Meeting
to consider support
for
MINE WORKERS
STRIKE
7:30 PM TONIGHT
Conference Robm E
Basement,
Michigan Union

med, U. of Juba, Sudan, "Development Planning and
the role of the Elite in the Sudan," 200 Lane, 4 p.m.
Math Psy. Seminar: 0. Frank, U. of Lund, Sweden,
"Sampling and Estimation in Large Social Net-
works," 6006 ISR, 4 p.m.
Geology: Wm. S. Fyfe, U. of Western Ontario,
"-Evolution of the Continental Crust," 4001 CC Little,
4p. m.
Geography: M. Monmonier, Syracuse, "Strategies
inComputer Assisted Map Design," 4050 LSA, 4 p.m.
Physics/Astronomy: Theoretical Seminar - P.
Rosen, Purdue, "Non-leptonic Charm Decays," 2038
Randall Lab; Special Seminar - D. Cohen, U. of
Illinois, -"Microwaves as a Probe of the Magnetic
Phase Transition in Nickel," 1041 Randall Lab.; both
at 4 p.m.
Int'l Night: Australian menu, League Cafeteria, 5-
7:15 p.m.
Guild House: Poetry Reading - C. Ennis, J.
Siegel, E. Haun, 7:30 p.m.
Social Work: J. Leland, U. of Nevada, "Alcohol
and American Indians," 3063 Frieze, 7:30 p.m.
Viewpoint Lectures: Bill Maudlin, "artoonist,
illustrated lecture, Rackham Aud., 8 p.m.
SUMMER PLACEMENT
3200 SAB 763-4117
Interviews: Register by phone or in person.
Camp Tamarack, Fresh Air Society of Detroit: In-
terview Thurs., Mar. 16, 9 to 5; Wed., Mar. 22, 9 to 12;
broad area of camp positions still open - waterfront
(WSI), arts/crafts, sports, etc.
SANS SOUCI
Large one and two bedroom furnished apartments
available for fall occupancy. Apartment includes
heat, free porking, and a large balcony or patio.
Locoted across from the University of Michigan
Stadium. Bus service to and from central campus
daily.
CALL 994-3955
Or visit the resident manager at
1036 SOUTH MAIN STREET, Apt. K.
Managed by
Reaume and Dodds
Management Company

Camp Sea Gull, Mi., Coed: Interview Mon., Mar.
20, 1-4; openings include arts/crafts, gymnastics,
cooks, dance, drama, tennis.
Camp Maplehurst, Mi., Coed: Interview Tues.,
Mar. 21, ito 5; counselors with specialty, waterfront
(WSI), arts/crafts, nature, sports.
Irish Hills Girl Scout Council, Mi.: Interview
Tues., Mar. 21, Ito 5; openings include cook, nurse,
waterfront (WSI), and general counselors.
Lisle Fellowship Program, Md: International ex
perience of living and learning in the states, Europe,
South America, or middle East; seminar held at Int'l
Ctr., Mar. 21 - 24; information meeting Mar. 21; for
info. and registration call or visit Int. Ctr.; call 4t
9310.
Camp Wathana, Camp Fire Girls, Metro Det,: In
terview Thurs., Mar. 23, 1-5; openings include Water-
front (WSI, riding (western), head maintenance,
worker, general counselors.
Cedar Point, Sandusky, Ohio: Interview Wed.,
Mar. 22, 9 to 5; last chance for personal interview;:
openings for waiters, waitresses, bostesses, rides,.
clerks, games, bartender, cashier, marina service,
office/clerical staff, etc.
Printo, Inc. Greenville, Mi.; Interview Fri., Mar,
24, 9 - 5; industrial engr., students who have com:
pleted junior year.
Camp Niobe, Mi.: Handicapped: Will interview
Fri., Mar. 24, 1 to 5. Of interest to special ed. student
ts; general and senior counselors needed.
Great Lakes Environmental Intern Program
Ohio: Openings cover 4 states. Must be enrolled or
completed Bachelor's or Master's degree in the'en-
viron,,field; detailsavailable; deadline Mar. 15.
Harry Diamond Labs., Md.: Student Trainee
Program - Openings for sophomores/juniors in the
fields of physics, electronics, mech. engr., and
nuclear engr.; further details available.
Grass Lake Community Schools, Mi.: Elementary
teachers needed for 6th grade beginning in May. Full
24 hours/day position; details available.
Furnas Electronic Co., Ill: Openings for
junior/senior students in indus., mech., elec., engr.;
Chicago residents preferred; details available.
Detroit Historical Museum, Historic Fort Wayne:
Openings for liberal arts, grads or ed. majors as in-
terpretive guides, depicting Civil War era at Fort
Wayne; details available.
Oil reserves at Siberia's S'amotlor
field are estimated at 14 billion barrels.

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