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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

Sairday May 14 1975

aOe TenTH MI"CHIGAN DAILY4 }, V Sa{"turday, ,. .. May: Y'10" :.:1975:"r
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DAILY OFFICIAL UL N
SAT-SUN. at 1:15-3:45- MnaMy1 .o aofr otBstann
6:15-8:45 OPEN 1:00 Saturday, My ~ naMayay 12 EngrataoffersosMt-B' sinin
MONDAY at 7-9:20 Day Calendar WUOM: Thos, Stockssom, comoput- women are encouraged to apple.
OPEN at 6:45 er scieantt, Fred Catad, NPR, program combines 1 yr. of academic
________WUOM: From. the Midway - cat aew rrrig of Enrico Caruso, & 6&inos. on-the-a-training, Ap-
panel disussion sitls Hans J. Mar- with the "megaphone" sound, tO ply: Dr. S. N. Johnson, Dept. of
",A KNOCKOUT. AMJR gnht CUNT'; A. Schleainger, Jr., am. Engrg.-Sgt. & Systemxs, U. of Va,
.WA MAJOR 'Hsuman Righta: National &~ For - Music School: CarillonORecitat, Clsarlottesvltie, Va 22901.
-.Canhe, N.Y. Times etgn Policies," amOption~ Wn Tccloacr,tss Assistantships 1975-75 available for
Eduscation - "Standardised Tests Tower.7- pm. geraduate students at U. ot innea-
r"A REMARKABLE WORK" & Stondasdized Students," moon- General Notices sota Dept., of Vocationa & Ta hni-
-Judith Crist nine format, 0 pm. My 22. 1075 15:00 p.m.) is th eecl Education. Contort this offie
Tenck: UH vs.Chicago Tenet last date for the ScingsitlfTerm toe additiona1 inCormation,
Ctub, Ferr Field, 1pino and the Opelng Snmmer Term when
1 N iii 'rrnnic- TTM toevegsntrae' UU~si-_tilt 5. e---*ceptr rorm rau~~

state SHOWSSt-Sun. at
1 -3:45-6:30-9:10
Mon.-Tues, at
7:00 & 9:10 p.m.
MONDAY is GUEST NIGHT
4-24 You and A Guest-Only $2.50
II~w4I

slty Conets,l1pm
Plonetarisum: Audience 'equested
topics, Eshibit Mseumo, 3 pm.
Sunday, May it
Dlay Calrndar
WUOM: 1075 Future Woelds Lee-
tore Series -- Water Reitman,
KHtiRI, "Artificilt Intelligence: Es-
amples & Extrapolation," 1 pm.
TV Ctr.: Musnic Shop; Writing It
Down. WWJ TV, Channel 4, nn.
Graduate Outing Clubh' Hiking,
Rsckhnm, N. Entry, 5:20pm.
Piannttnrium :Audiernce requested
tpies, Exhiblit Museum, 3 pm.
.Peace and
C onflict Studies
A n intensive semester's
work, foil 1975. focused an
Peace and War, Global Prob-
ems, Canflict and Revolu-
lion, Peace Research, Can-
fltct Resolution, and Nan-
violence. For undergeaduote
and raduate students, 12-
1S creodits --- transferable.
for information and *" ilca-
tions, write: Peace and Con-
flict Proam, University of
PitsiburghPittsbsuqih, Pa.
15260.

the student l0t pee cent Withdraw-
sl Notice torc refund puroses 1Ex-
eluidingag $50.00 disenrollment tee),
h. Allow refund toe the tudent who
redutces hours of course credit.
May 29. 1975 (d:00 p.m.) is the
lost date toe the Sprint Half Term
when the Regstrar's Oftice will
atlow refund for a 50 per cent With-
drnwal.
Jutne 10, 10975 14:00 .m.) 10 the last
dote toe ttse Spring Sstmtmer Terea
when the Registrar's Office will al-
lowreftun foea 50prcent witth-
drawal.
July 17, 1075 (4:00 p.m.) is the
lost date brorte Summer Halt Term
when the Registrar's Office wslli.
a. Accept the Stttdent 1tt per
crn1 Withdrawal Sotice for retund
putrpones. (Excluding a $50 disen-
rollmoent feel,
0. Alow refstnd toe the atuldent
who reduces hoursof ou asrse credit.
Jutly 24, 1975 (4 *0 p.m.) 1s the
lost dote tor the Summee Halt Terot
when the Retistrar's Otfice wiil al-
low retfund tor a 50 per rent with-
drawal.
CarerPlaning &laueiment,
3200 SAB, 764-74600
Haraed U. ofters a 0 wks. Sum-
wee "Career Disconery Programo"
for students considering college or
grad. studies in Arch., Landsrape
Arch., or City & Reginnal Planning.
Also toe adults, teachers, career
costnselors, etc. who winh to in-
crease their understandint at en-
viranmental design and planning
professions. Write' Career Discor-
ery Progranm, Goad Hall, GSD.
Harard U., Camheidge, Ma 02130.
Syracuse U. otters Ms degree &
Perm. TC in "Urban Teacher Pee-
parntion Program" open 10 Lb. Arts
or Educ. majors. Combines grad,
academic study & paid internshipt
teaching sn Syracuse Fub. Sch.
Sytem. Brochurecavailahle at Ca-
retr Ptlanning & Placemen
ISRAELI
DANCING
EVERY
TUESDAY EVENING
IN MAY AND JUNE
8.30-10 P.M.
t'sinnins Toes.,Moe 13th
at HI LLEL
1429 HILL ST.
663-3336

Sch. of Mngt/Northwestern U. an-
nounces a part-time program to
Hospital and Health Sersices Mngt.
neginsning in Set., 1975/The Mans.
gers' Progrnm enahles a B'a degree
candidate to work toward a M's De-
gree in evening study. Wete: Van-
sir A. Lyons. Die., The Managers'
Program, Grad. Sch. of Mngt.
Northwentern U., 3209N. Chicago
Ace., Chicago, Ill. 60011.
SlimmenrePlacement
The City of Sew York iso non at'.
cepting applications tor the 1975
Smnmer Management Intern Pro-
grant. Jr.'s, Sr.'s and grad students-
who are residents at Nrw Tork City
are eligibte to appiy. Aplieatiout
deadline hs May 17th. The Intern-
sip beginas on Jutne 1th and enso
on Au~g, 22nd. Aptimtionsavanilabile
at CP&P Offtee, D.O.S. tile.
oUo
you
hire
Of course you would.
You work hard. And you're good
al'it. Like most Americans.
But, if all of us did just a
little better, we'd wind
up with beter products, betier
services and even more
pridt io the work we do,
America. It only works
as well as we do.

Lake ountiy'
Cornell
Summer
Why not plan to spend this summer with us...
a 40-mile clear water lake
2
3-week, 6-week, 8-week sessions
3
hills, forests, parks
4
possibility of completing two semesters' study in
areas as diverse as organic chemistry
and modern arabic or hebrew
'5
summer culture and activities
6
extensive offerings in mathematics and
the natural sciences, humanities, classical and
modern languages, studio art, and the social sciences
gorges, waterfalle
8
experiential learning and extended campus
opportunities available through special programs
.there are so many
godreasons.
Forifree announcemeont write: Tuition $85. per credit hour
Cornell U~niversityiSmrresin 103 .Day Hall, IthacaN. Y. 14853 phsone (607]256-+198?

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