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PAGE EIGHT

THE MICHIGAN DAILY

FRIDAY, JANUARY. 5,1968

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Feel free to come in and brouse through
current listings of jobs received by
mail and phone, listings of government,
bus. and industry literature for inter-
views.
Peace Corps Tests given Jan. 20, take
completed application to test center,
Downtown Post Office, 220 N. Main St.
1:30 p.m.
Federal Service Entrance Examina-
tion (FSEE) given each month. Appli-
cations for next test are due Jan. 10.$

Current position openings received
by General Division, Call 764-7460 for
further information:
Standard Oil, Ohio, Cleveland, Ohio
-No experience req. for degrees BS
and MS levels Chem. engrg,, Mechan.
Engrg. Oper. Res., Management
Trainee, Mktg. Trng. Exper req., Tax
Analyst. Mktg. Res., Plastics engrg.,
Securities analyst, Senior Auditor, Hotel
Manger, Food and Bev. Manager, Agri-
cultural Sales, Agronomist, Chemist,
Economic Analyst, Operations Res, Syst.

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1001 and 1546 of the Student Activities
Building.
Michigan Men's ;Glee Club - Record
Sales - Dec. 5 & 6, 1967 - 9 a.m. -
4 p.m. - Fishbowl
Campus Crusade for Christ - Mobili-
zation Meeting - 12-8-67 - 7 p.m. -
Michigan Union
Alpha Epsilon Pi- Chi Omega -
Third annual mid-winter madness -
Jan 5, 1968 - 8:30 p.m.-1:00 a.m. -
Union Ballroom
Sigma Phi - All campus open house
- Jan. 3, 1968 - 8:30 p.m. - 12 mid-
night - 907 Lincoln
Alpha Epsilon Pi - Chi Omega for
American Cancer Society - Bucket
Drive - Jan. 3 - 5, 1968 - 10 a.m. -
5 p.m. - Campus
Bowditch Review - Magazine Sale -
During Registration - All Day - Out-
side along line.
Cut Ribbons at
Civic Affairs?
m Westle with
Bookkeeping?
Balance the Budg'?
SShuffe Papers?
Let's face it. There are some
things that have to be done. In
that we differ from no other
priest.
But - the Paulist feels he can
rise above the everyday tasks
that must be done. Because he
is an individual and is treated
accordingly, he is free to de-
velop his own innate talents to
achieve his goals. Individuality
is the keynote of the Paulists.
We depend on the individual
to make his own unique con-
tribution. We welcome it. We
all profit by it.
The Paulist is a modern man,
free from stifling formalism, a
pioneer in using contemporary
mediums and techniques to be
of service to God and man.
If you are interested in making
a greater contribution with
your life as a priest write to
the Paulists today for a special
aptitude test designed to help
determine if you are of priestly
caliber.
National Vocations Director
PAULIST FATHERS
Room 136A
415 West 59th St.,New York, N.Y. 10019

Christian Science Organization -
Christian Science Lectunre "Successful
Living" Feb. 5, 1968 - 8 p.m. - UGLI
Multipurpose Room
Doctoral Examination for: Robert
Victor Smith, Pharmaceutical Chemis-
try, Thesis: "Metabolic Hydroxylations
of Trans-Stilbene," on Thursday, Jan-
uary 4 at 2 p.m. in Room 2407 Chem-
Pharm., Chairman: J. E. Sinsheimer.
Doctoral Candidates who expect to
receive degrees in April 1968 should
turn in 3 unbound copies of their
dissertations (complete in every way
except for binding) and 3 copies . of
the abstract to the Dissertation Sec-
retary of the Graduate School by Mon-
day, March 11. The report of the doc-
toral committee on the final oral
examination must be filed with the
Dissertation Secretary of the Grad-
uate School (Room 1004 Rackham) to-
gether with 2 copies of the dissertation
-ready in all respects for publication,
not later than Monday, April 8.
Placement
Bureau of Appointments, 3200 S.A.B.,
hours 8:30-12 - 1:30-4:30. 12 Hous neces-
sary for eligibility to register and make
use of the services at the Bureau. In-
terview season begins Jan. 15, please
bring your resumes up to date, register
now with the Gen. Division for inter-
views; employers expect to see resumes
on all candidates before the interview.
For mailing lists of dates of interview
visits be sure we have your current
address, any changes are not auto-
matic, you must notify us yourself.

Opportunities for advanced study and I Design, ProgrammerPsychologist, Soft
scholarships received by general di- ware Specialist, Procurement Syst.
vision Dept. of Agriculture, Wisconsin- As-
Radcliffe College, summer course in sistant Director Bureau of Economic
publishing procedures, June 21 - Aug. Assistance in Madison, Wis. Degree in
$1i, 1968. Applications close April 30, Econ., acctg. bus. ed or bus. ed., and
write Publ. Procedures Course, Rad- 3 yrs. economics work.
cliffe College, 10 Garden Street, Cam- Dept. of Public Instruction, Wiscon-
bridge, Mass, 02138 for applications.. sin--Public Inst. Supv. Traffic and
Course is practically oriented, assumed Driver Education, consultant to local
student's serious interest in the field, school, MA in ed plus 5 years exper
placement record is excellent, affords in ed.
contacts with leaders in publishing Dept. of Health and Social Welfare
field. Services, Wisconsin-Research Analyst,
Tulane University, New Orleans, La. MA in soc. sci plus 4 yrs. in soc. re-
-MBA program for Lib. arts, Engrg., search.
Bus., and Sci. majors. Accounting spe- Sloan-Kettering Institute for Cancer
cialization or Latin American concen- Research, N.Y.C.-Research openings in
tration. Financial aid avail, endocrinology, biophysics, surgery,
Yale Graduate School, New Haven, pathology, chemotherapy, microbiology,
Conn.-MAT Program, with certifica- cytoloty, genetics, . virology and im-
tion, require Grad. Record Exam and muonolgy.
reading knowl. or German or French.
Financial aids avail. Summer Placement Service, 212 S.A.B.,
Jewish Welfare Bureau and Jewish Lower Level.
Community Centers sponsor scholar- Interviews:
ships and fellowships for grad. soc. Jn y.1
work education to prepare for J.C.C. January 12. 10 a.m. - 5 p.m.-Camp
wor edcatonto repreforJ.CC.Contestage, Ohio Boys Camp, Open-
work. Contact Bureau for further info. in for trip masteB, cai , o eor
Junior League of Washington, Schol- ings pecizmaster, cabin counselor
arship, commitment to accept employ- with speciazed area in waterfront,
ment in Public Assistance Division of kitchen help wanted,
District of Columbia Dept. of Public International Ranger Camps in Swit-
Welfare for period equal to the schol- zerland and Denmark, must be 20 or
arship. Acceptance to any school of over.
social work will be subsidised, men Henry Ford Museum and Greenfield
and women, U.S. citizens, apply before Museum, Dearborn, Mich.-Openings for
May 15. women 18 or over as guides during

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Nixon Win
In Primary
WASHINGTON (A) - Michigan
Gov. George Romney, who con-
cedes he trails Richard M. Nixon
in popularity polls, "may be a
setup" for Nixon in New Hamp-
shire's Republican presidential
primary, says a liberal GOP
group.
The Ripon Society said in its
current newsletter a Nixon-Rom-
ney contest in New Hampshire
could be similar to the West Vir-
ginia Democratic primary of 1960
in which John F. Kennedy defeat-
ed Hubert H. Humphrey.
Humphrey quit the presidential
race after that defeat and Ken-
nedy went on to win the nomina-
tion and the White House.
"Romney may be a setup for
Nixon just as Humphrey was for
Kennedy," the Ripon Society said,
"As John Kennedy demonstrated

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summer. Paid trng. course. Interviews
held in Dearborn from Jan. 15 - 26.
NASA Kennedy Space Center, Florida
-All flds of engineering, completed
sophomore. year, take Summer Jobs in
Federal Agencies Examination.
Lawrence Radiation Laboratory, Liv-
ermore, Calif.-Openings in scientific
and engineering research areas, deadline
for filing applications, Jan. 15.
Lufthansa Airlines, sponsoring posi-
tions in Germany, must have basic
command of German. Deadline for ap-
plications. February 28.
For further information and appli-
cation details come to 212, S.A.B.,
Lower Level.
Engineering Placement Meeting: No.
1. "Engineering Opportunities." Dis-
cussion of opportunities for current
engineering graduates, demand, salaries,
etc. First of four meetings. Primarily
for seniors and graduate students, but
open to all interested. Professor J. G.
Young. January 8, 4:00 p.m. in Room
229, West Engineering Building,_ and
7:30 p.m. in Room311, West Engineer-
ing Building. (Afternoon and evening
meetings will be the same).

George Romney

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in 1960, a landslide
over an opponent
really had a chance,

victory, even
who never
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a convincing selling point in the
campaign for delegate votes in
other states."
Uphill Battle
Romney told newsmen Wednes-
day in New York after completing
his foreign tour: "I am an under-
dog and I have an uphill battle.
I'm not unaccustomed to this."
"I think the press has been
very negative for a long time to-
ward me....,. And I think when
I indicate what I believe in and
what I stand for that I can
change that picture."
Romney heads for New Hamp-
shire Jan. 11 to open his cam-
paign for the March 12 primary,
and is scheduled to visit at least
eight communities that day. He's
expected to spend five days on his
initial campaign trip. He has
made it clear he plans a cam-
paign which will bring him in
personal touch, with as many
voters as possible in that, small
state "so they will see what I
have."
Romney Ranks Fourth
The Ripon Society published a
poll taken among readers of its
newsletter, The Forum, with 60
per cent rating New York Gov.
Nelson A. Rockefeller their first
choice for the GOP nomination.
It reported '78 per cent of the
readers responding consider Rock-
efeller the Republican most likely
to defeat President Johnson. But
70.6 per cent of the same liberal
Republicans said Nixon has the
best chance of winning the nomi-
nation.
The society said the poll's most
noteworthy result was Romney's,
"poor showing"-he was ranked
fourth choice for the nomination.

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