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Daily Official Bulletin is an
I publication of the Univer-
of . Michigan for which, the
gan Daily assumes 'o edi-
responsibility. Notices should
it in TYPEWRITTEN form to
3519 Administration Build=
efore 2 p.m. the day preceding
cation. Notices for Sunday
due at 2:00 p.m Friday ,

DECEMBER 13, 1957

general Notices
e Student automobile regulations
be lifted, for Christmas vacation
5 p.m. Fri., Dec. 20, to 8 a.m.,
Jan. 6, 1958.
-_ _
itions for positions on the Joint
iary Council will be accepted in
Student Activities Building thru
, Jan. 7, 1958. Interviews will be
Jan: 7 and 8.
r studentd who is enrolled in the
rsity shall be eligible for member-
provided (1) he or she shall have
leted a minimum of sixty (60)
t hours by the end of the semester
iich he or she is appointed; (2) he
e shall not be concurrently hold-
nembership in the Student Gov-
ent Council during his term on
roint Judiciary Council; (3) he or
hall be academically eligible; (4)
r she shall be of the high charac-
mplied by the position for which
r she is applying.,
lyear Graduation Exercises, Jan. 25
To be held at 2:00 p.m, in Hill
torium. Exercises .willmconclude
4:00 p.m.
:eption for graduates and their
ves and friends in Michigan
ae- Ballroom at 4:00' p.m. Pease
League at west entrance.
kets: Three to each prospective
tate, to be distributed from Mon.,.
13, to 1:00 Sat~ Jan. 25, at Cash-
Office, first floor lobby of Admin-
ion Bldg.
.demic costume can be rented at
Sport Shop, 711 North University
Ann Arbor. Orders should be
d immediately.
eembly for Graduates: At 1:00 p.m.
atural Science Auditorium. Mar-
will direct graduates to proper
aduation Announcements, Invita-
etc.: Inquire at Office of Stu-
grams: To be distributed at Hill
:toral and professional degree can-
es who attend the graduation ex.-
s are entitled to receive a hood.
e receiving a doctoral degree other
Doctor of Philosophy may ex-

change the Ph.D. hood given them dur-
ing the ceremony for the appropriate
degree hood immediately after the cere-'
mony, in the' rear of Natural Science
Summary of Action Taken by Stu-
dent Government Council, Dec. 11, 1957.
Approved: Minutes of previous meet-
ing. Appointments as follows: Univer-
sity Housing Committee, Dan Belin,
Lois Wurster, Phil Zook; Election cam-
paigning Committee, Linda Rainwater,
Jean Scruggs, Bert Getz; Self-Liquidat-
ing Finance Committee, Ron Gregg,
Nelson Sherburne; Student Driving
Regulation Committee, Bert Getz;' Stu-
dent Relations Committee, University
Development Council. Sue Rockne; Re-
gional Executive Committee, National
Student Association, Linda Ralitwater,
Maynard Goldman. Committee Chair-
men: National and International, Jean
Scruggs, Carol Holland, Associate; Edu-
cation and Social Welfare, Ron Gregg,
Mort Wise, Associate; Student Activi-
ties,~ Dan Belin, Jo Hardee, Associate;
Public Relations, Sue Rockne, Bert
Getz, Advisor; Personnel Director, Ir-
win Gage; Office Manager, Audrey Cook.'
Activities: Congregational and Disciples
Guild, granted permission to solicit
signatures, Dec. 12, 13, 11 aim. - 1 p.m.
on the Diag, for petition relating to
discrimination in University housing.
Dec. 17 Arab Club, debate, "Neutral-
ism in Asia and Africa." Dec. 18, Israeli-
American Club CIhanuka Celebration,
Hillel; Feb. 4, J-Hop, 9-2 a.m. Intra-
mural Building.
Adopted motions:-That: the Execu-
tive Committee look into two exchange
programs with foreign universities, one
European and onetAfro-Asian and make
recommendation' to the Council next
-to establish spegidlized Student Gov-
ernment Council evaluation commit-
tees which will investigate specific
areas and make recommendations to
the Council at the earliest opportunity.
These committees will remain in opera-
tion until the Council or the commit-
tee feels there 'is no need for its con-
tinuation, whereupon the Council will
dismiss them. Committees shall consist
of 5 members unless otherwise speci-
fically stated. They shall be 'appointed-
by the Executive Committee with the
approval of the Council. Five commit-
tees recommended for immediate es-
tablishment are in the following areas:
Size and composition of the Council,
Elections, Role of the Board in Review,
definition of functions and areas of
control, structure and organization of
the Council.
-Directing that the Executive Commit-
tee set up the Student Book Exchange
to be run as in the past (under SL) and
to appoint a manager who is to have a
salary of $75 plus 3% of sales over $5,000.

He will have full responsibility toward
making this semester's book exchange
an effective one, that is, serving as
many students as possible and trying
to break even on the operation. He will
appoint an assistant manager who will
be paid $45 plus 3% of sales over $5,000
and a cashier who will be paid approx*'
mately $40.
-Granting recognition to the Brazilian
- -To establish a committee to study the
,possibility and desirability of compiling
student opinions of courses, and pre-
senting the re-sults to the student body
or any segment of it. .'
-To mandate the Executive Committee
with the approval of the Council, to
appoint three Council members, in-
cluding the chairman and associate
chairmantof the Education and Social
Welfare Committee to serve as a poli-
cy study committee which would com-
pile a list through consultation with
appropriate officials and student groups
of each school anti college of those
faculty and administrative committees
at college and departmental levels for
which student representation or im-
proved student liaisgn might be bene-
ficial. The committee should also at-
tempt to ;summarize faculty, adminis-
trative and student opinion on the
subject of student participation, ex-
plore possible channels of selection
of student representatives, and consider
the extent to which existing groups, in
light of their composition and func-
tions, might be utilized as consultants
by policy committees.
Referred to Joint Judiciary Council
the possible violation by Galens of the
established limits for their recent fund
Reconsidered and again accepted a
recommendation adopted at the last
meeting which provides that . J-Hop
Central Committee no longer be chos-
en 'by all-campus election. The recom-
mendation was accepted by a roll call
vote of 10-7.
Tabled a motion providing 'that SoC
apply for membership in the Ann Ar-

bor Chamber of Commerce and that the
president of the Council serve as rep-
resentative to that organization.
The following student sponsored so-
cial events are approved for the com-
ing weekend.
Dec. 13, 1957: Adelia Cheever, Alpha
Chi Sigma, Alpha Kappa Psi, Alpha
Phi, Angell and Kleinstuck, Betsy Bar-
bour, Chicago and Mosher, Clvi Omega,
Delta Gamma, Friends Center Coop.,
Helen- Newberry, Kappa Kappa Gamma,
Martha Cook, Musket Show, Nelson In-
ternational Hse. Palmer, Phi'Delta Phi.
Dec. 14, 1957: Acacia, Alpha Delta Phi,
Alpha Kappa Kappa, Alpha Rho Chi,'
Alpha Sigma Phi, Alpha Tau Omega,
Chicago, Chi Phi, Chinese Student Club,
Chi Psi, Delta Chi, Delta Kappa Epsi-
lon. Delta Sigma Delta, Delta Sigma
Phi, Delta Sigma Pi, Delta Tau Delta;
Delta Upsilon, East Quad. Evans Schol-
ars, Geddes House, Gamma Phi Beta,
Henderson, Inter-Coop. Council, Kap-
pa Alpha Psi, Kappa Sigma, Michigan,
Nu Sigma Nu, Phi Chi, Phi Delta Phi,
Phi Gamma Delta, Phi Kappa Sigma,
Phi Kappa Tau, Phi Rho Sigma, Phi
Sigma Kappa, Psi Omega, Psi Upsilon,
Quarterdeck, Sigma Alpha Epsilon, Sig-
ma Chi, Tau Kappa Epsilon, Theta Chi,
Theta Delta Chi, Triangle, Trigon, West
Quad, Zeta Psi.
Dec. 15, 1957: Couzens Hall, Mosher,
Phi Delta Phi.
While the facilities of the University
will operate in the usual manner during
the Christmas holidays, staff members
will have the opportunity for an extra
holiday on either, but not roth Of the
Tuesdays before Christmas or New
Years. Arrangements should be made
for a skeleton staff to work on the
Tuesday before Christmas so thattas
many staff members as possible may
have that day as an added holiday.
Staff members who are off the day
before Christmas will be expected to
work the day before New Years Day.
Senior Board, January graduation an-
nouncements available from 1 to 5 p.m.

in the SAB, Dec. 11, 12, 13. Graduation
tickets, three to each graduate, avail-
able Jan. 13-25, Cashier's Office, Ad-
ministration Bldg.
Naval Reserve Officer's Training
Corps Testing Program (NROTC) will
be given on Sat.. Dec. 14. Candidates
taking this examination are requested
to report to 130 Business Administration
Bldg. at 8:30 a.m.
Illustrated lecture, auspices of the
Dept. of Architecture, College of Archi-
tecture and' Design. Felix Candela, ar-
chitect, engineer, and contractor. and
professor of design atthe Escuela Na-
cional de Arquitectura of the University
of Mexico, will speak in the Architec-j
ture 'Auditorium Fri., Dec 13 at 3:00
p.m. on "Warped Shells."
"The Celebration of Christmas in the
Eastern Orthodox Church" will be the
central theme of an informal presen-
tation by the Rev. Andrew Missiras of
St. Nicholas Church and the Estern
Orthodox Student Society at the weekly
Coffee Hour sponsored by the Office
of Religious Affair. Father Missiras
will discuss also, some of the major
tenets of the Eastern Orthodox Church.
Lane Hall Library. 4:15 p.m., Fri., Dec.
Prof. Ronald Syme, D. Litt., F.B.A.,
Camden Professor of Ancient History,
OxfordnUniversity. will speak on "Ro-
man Gaul," Monday. Dec. 16, 1957, at
4:15 p.m., in Angell Hall, Aud. A. The
lecture is under the auspices of the

Departments of Classical Studies and
History. The public is invited.
Chamber Music Program, preoiously,,
announced for 8:30 p.m. Sun., Dec. 15
in Aud. A, Angell Hall, has been can-
Student Recital: Richard Massrnan,
violinist, at 4:15 p.m. Sun., Dec. 15, in
Aud. A, Angell Hall, performing com-
positions by Mozart, Sibelius 'and Cop-
land, in partial fulfillment of the re-
quirements for the degree of Mater
of Music. Massman studies with Prof.
Gilbert Ross, and his recital will be
open to the general public.
Academic Notices
Psychology Colloquium: "The Role of
Digital Computers in Psychological Re-
search." Dr. Bert F. Green, M.I.T. Lin-
coin Laboratory. 4:15 p.m. Fri., Dec. 13,
Aud. B, Angell Hail.
Astronomical Colloquium. Fri., Dec.;
13, 4:15 p.m, the Observatory. Prof.
Wayne Hazen of the Physics Depart-
ment will .peak on "The Origin of Cos-
mic Rays."
Doctoral Examination for William An-
drew Gould, Pharmaceutical Chemistry;
thesis: "The Synthesis of 2-Azetidinones
(beta Lactams)," Fri., Dec. 13,« 2525
Chemistry Bldg., at 2:09 p.m. Chairman
F. F. Blicke.
Doctoral Examination for Frederick
Gnichtel Hammitt, Nuclear Engineer-
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