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Daily Dope (January 20, 1969)

By University of Lethbridge

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A daily newsletter with University of Lethbridge campus news."THE DAILY DOPE" PUBLISHED DAILY BY THE UNIVERSITY OF LETHBRIDGE ) FOR INTERNAL COMMUNICATION Kill IIIHHI'I-I IHM44+*+44'-H-4-44-41 111 I H I H I H-H-H 1 11 11 l l'l II I 11 1 l+H-H- January 20, 1969 Vol. IV No. 6 OFFICIAL NOTICES Mr. Allan Tailfeathers, band manager of the Blood Band, will be speaking this Tuesday, January 21, at 12:15 in the Kate Andrews Lecture Theatre. Mr. Tailfeathers will speak on 'The Problems of Indians on the Reservations." Since the University of Lethbridge is currently conducting a study of Indian Education Problems, it would be beneficial to have a large turnout at this lecture. The University Choir will resume (Tuesday evening) rehearsals on January 21, at 8:00 P.M., in Room 13, Classroom Building. There are vacancies for tenors and basses, and a small number of experienced sopranos and contraltos will be admitted. Inquiries to: Secretary, Music Department. Mere will be a PSYCHOBIOLOGY SEMINAR on MONDAY, (Today), January 20, 1969, at 4:00 P.M. in Room 213, Science Building. The Speaker will be Dr. Robert Zimmermann, University of Montana. The Topic will be "Behavior Changes During Protein Malnutrition in the Developing Baby Monkey." There will be a meeting of the University of Lethbridge Horsemen's and Rodeo Club on MONDAY, (Today), January-20, 1969, at noon in Room 210 of the Science Building. RESEARCH BURSARY IN MENTAL RETARDATION: Any student interested in pursuing advanced graduate studies leading towards a research career in Mental Retardation is asked to contact the Counselling Center. Applications must be in by January 31, 1969. There will be a meeting of the ALBERTA SERVICE CORPS for all those interested. Former Service Corps members are also invited to attend. The meeting will be on Tuesday, January 21, 1969, in Room 121 of the Science Building, at 12:15. The deadline for A.S.C. applications has been extended until the end of January. (OVER)THE DAILY DOPE - 2 - All members of the University Community, their families, and dependents are eligible to travel by jet charter flight from Calgary to London on June 26 and to return on August 2, 1969, for a round-trip fare of $289 per person. The Student's Union has graciously consented to regard all members of the University Community (faculty, administrative staff, secretarial staff, and custodial staff) as members of the Student's Union for purposes of travel. For further details contact Dr. M. J. Penton, Room 28, of the Faculty Offices Building. ±±±±±±±±±±±*±±±i±±*±i±±±i±±±*±i±t±±±±±iti±±±±±t±± BOOKSTORE HOURS; To accommodate those attending evening classes the Bookstore will be open during evenings of January 20 to January 24 inclusive, between the hours of 6:30 P.M. and 8:00 P.M. ++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++ Students interested in Jobs Abroad, there will be a meeting and period on Thursday, January 23, at 12:30 P.M. in the Catacombs. Facilities Building.) discussion (Student ++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++ STUDENT NOTICES AAROL PENNY, please report to the Registrar, IMMEDIATELY?! ++++++++++++++++++++++±+±±++++±++±++±+±+++++±+++±± Would the following students report as soon as Office concerning program changes: possible to Mr. Loewen’s ADAMS, Judith A. DEJONG, Maria T. FRIESEN, Marilynn D. FYFE , Bonnie J. HAYNES, Sherrie A. IIORRICKS, Jean MCMULLIN, Jane W. POETTCKER, Arthur F. WEBB, George F. ++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++ Will the following students please call at the Cashier's Window: ASPLUND, SUSAN K. CALDWELL, DARRELL D. CLEWES, MALCOLM COLE, DANIEL F. DENNIS, SALLY L. DODD, JAMES D. FERGUSON, KEITH T. GILBORN, STEWART G. GRIGEL, MARGARET L.E. HAYASHI, PATRICIA K. KNIGHT, MARGARET M. LEAVITT, DENNIS W. LITTLE, ALLAN R. MARYANCIK, ROXANNE A MENMUIR, DORLA K. O'BRIEN, CALVIN R. WIGHT, RUTH H. RADLEY, MARY ANN RASMUSSEN, ROBERT C. STAPLETON, RAYMOND V. STEARNS, MRS. PHYLLIS STOFFER, GERRIT SWANSON, JAMES THOMPSON, LINDA I. WEST, HOWARD +++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++ (OVER)THE DAILY DOPE - 3 - WANTED - USED PHILOSOPHY TEXTBOOKS: Robert N. Beck, Perspectives In Philosophy Edwards & Pap, A Modern Introduction to Philosophy If you want to sell, bring texts to the Philosophy Secretary, Mrs. Walberg, in the Faculty Office Building. +++++++++++++++++++++++++++±+±+±++±±±±±±±±±±±±± Applications for the position of Editor-in-chief of the Meliorist will be accepted until February 1, 1969. Applications should be made in writing to: Arthur E. Joevenazzo c/o The Meliorist University of Lethbridge ++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++±++±±±±±±± ept return of texts for February 21 inclusive, wherever possible saleable condition. BOOK REFUNDS: The Bookstore will acc during the period from February 3 to will be assessed on its merits and so returned must be in new, unmarked refund only Each return all texts +++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++ Would the following students please contact the Student Awards Office: LAURA SLINGSBY JUDITH ANN ALEXANDER ERWIN MOKOSCH ++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++ MEETING There will be a meeting in the Catacombs, MONDAY, (Today) January 20, 1969, from 7:00 P.M. to 8:00 P.M. "to discuss service and food in the cafeteria." +++++++++++±++++++±+±±+±±±±+±+±±±+±±+±±±±±±±+±±+

Topics: University of Lethbridge -- Periodicals
Publisher: University of Lethbridge
Year: 1969
OAI identifier: oai:digitallibrary.uleth.ca:publications/28628
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