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Thursday; February 12, 1976

THE MICHIGAN DAILY

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DAILY OFFICIAL BULLETIN
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Guatemala receives more
earth tremors; death toll up

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Sunday. Items appear only once.
Student organization notices are
not accepted for publica tion.
For more information, phone
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Thursday, February 12
Day Calendar
WUOM: Dr. Rollo May, "Changing
Vilues in A Future Society, 10:05
am; 11:30 pm.
Public Health Films: Citizens
Medieine; Where It Hurts, Aud.,
SPH 11, 12:10 pm.
Journalism: Peter S. Grant. Tor-
onto barrister, "Freedom of Expres-
sion and the Border Television
War.," Auid. A, Angell, 3:10 pm.
Behavorial Science: Harold Stev-
enson, "Child Development," Lec.
Rm. 1, MLB, 3:30 pm.
MHRI: Henry Mayer, MI Human
Network, "Information and Refer-
ral Systems and Their Impact To-
Wards Coordinated and Responsible
Delivery Systems," 1057 MHRI, 3:45
pm.
Ctr. Early Childhood Develop-
ment, Educ.: Andrew Collins, U. of
Minnesota, "Social Effects of TV
Viewing on Children," Schorling.
Aud.. SEB, 4 pro.
Geology, Mineralogy: Charlotte
Schreiber, Queens College, Flushing,
t'Miocene Evaporites of the Mediter-
ranean: A Continental to Subaque-
ous Lithofacies Continuum," 1538
CC Little, 4 pm.
Theoretical Seminar: Ira Herbst,
Princeton U., "Canonical Quantum
Theory - The Theory of the ,La-
place Operator and Infinitely Many
Variables," 2038 Randall Lab. 4 pm.
University Player Studio Theatre:
"The Creation, Disobedience, and
Fal of Mar and the Deluge," Are-
na Theatre, Frieze, 4:10 pm.
Int'l Night: Austrian menu,

League Cafeteria, 5-7:15 pm.
Guild House: Robert Clifford,
Marty Hurwitz, poetry reading, 802
Monroe, 7:30 pm.
Music School: "A Concert of Jap-
anese Classical and Folk Music,"
Rackham Aud.. 8 pm; degree recital
-Beverly Manasse, Fr'ench horn,
Recital Hall, 8 pm.
General Notices
Hopwood Contest Manuscripts due
in Hopwood Rmn, 1006 Angell, by 4
pm.
Career Planning & Placement
3200 SAB, 764-7460
The Institute for Administrative
Research has announced the avail-
ability of research proposal awards
for study in the field of admin. in
health care. For further information
contact CP&P or write: Dr. George
C. Sawyer, 501Windsor Place, Nut-
ley, N. J. 07110.
Yale University offers a two-year.
program in management leading to!
a Master's degree in Public andI
Private Management (MPPM). Ap-
plication deadline March 1, 1976.
Write tp Admissions Office, School
of Organization & Mngt., Yale U.,
New Haven Conn. 06520.
.Recruiting on campus for the
week of February 16, 1976 through
February 20, 1976.
Feb. 16: St. Mary's Hospital, Hen-
ry Ford Hospital, U. S. Navy Nurse
Corps, Swedish - American Hospital
and Hutzel Hospital.
Feb. 17: St. Joe Mercy Hospital,
U. S. Army Nurse Corps, Columbia-
Presbyterian Medical Center, Univ.
of Chicago Hospital & Clinics, Sinai
Hospital, and Bell Systems.
Feb. 18: V. A. Hospital, U. S. Air
Force, Univ. Hospitals of Cleveland,
Rehab. Institute of Chicago, Dept.
of Corrections, and Office of Man-
agement and Budget,
Feb. 20: Mariet Opinion Research.
Summer Placement
3200 SAB, 763-4117
Oak Ridg e Nationa 1 Laboratory.

Tennessee: Excellent summer pro-
gram to graduate students in the
fields of engr., math., environmen-
tal, and physical sciences; applica-
tions and details available. Deadline
to apply Mar. 1.a
Interview: Camp Sequoia, MI.
Will interview Fri., Feb. 20 from 9]
to 3:30. Openings include water-
front (WSI), Western Riding, camp
craft, arts/crafts, field sports, cook.
If interested register.j
Interview: Silverman Village, Det,
Fresh Air Society; Will Interview
Fri. Feb. 20, from 9 to 5. Handi-
capped camp - emotionally disturb'- t
ed. Register.
UP, UP AND AWAY
LOCK HAVEN, Pa. (I) -
Almost a million and one half,
Americans will -learn to fly in
the next 10 years, predicts Pi-
per Aircraft Corp. Private pilot
licensing has more than dou-
bled'in the last 10 years and,
despite a slump in student-fly-
ing enrollment last year due to
the energy'crisis, the figure has
increased to more than 325,000.

GUATEMALA CITY (Reuter)'
Another powerful earth tremor
rocked Guatemala last night,
shortly after President Kjell
Laugerud announced that the
confirmed death toll in last
week's series of quakes was
18,901.
There was no immediate word*
on the intensity of the new trem-
or, and it was not known where
it was centered.
BUT IT WAS felt strongly
here and spread panic among
thousands of survivors camping
out in open spaces of the city.
The National Observatory said
the tremor was about the
strongest of more than 700 felt
since the major shocks last
week.
There were no immediate re-
ports of new casualties.
THE LATEST shock sent
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chunks of crumbling masonry sources said the statistics were
crashing into the streets. certain to rise in the . days
Announcing the official death ahead.
toll, President KjelI Laugerud Rescuers have now assessed
Garcia told foreign diplomats the scale of the disaster in the
that 62,400 injured people had capital and more than 40 devas- '
been treated so far. There were tated towns and villages. But
about 380,000 homeless in the people are still dying in hos-
capital alone and more than a pitals and some remote com-
million throughout the country. munities may not be reached
Guatemalan and foreign relief for up to a week.
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