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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

ThURSDAY, JANUARY 18, 1968

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exper, desired. Child Welfare Worker,
BA Psych, Soc., Soc. Wk., or Police
Admin., similar position with 2 yrs.
exper.
Naval Reserve Intelligence, Detroit,
Mich. - Inactive duty, meetings Mon.
evenings. College grads qualify for
this program if they were reserve of-
ficer with 1635 designator, officer who
can uali, for direct chanceo ofdes-

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and to help reduce the line involved,
the Freshman-Sophomore Counseling
Office in the Collegeof Literature,
Science and the Arts has instituted
the following procedure for making
these appointments.
Students should make appointments
according to their assigned counselor
as indicated in the following schedule:
Jan. 22, 23, 24:
Austin
Clark
Ege
Hawk;
Michot
Rockaway
Schwarz
Wilson-Physical Therapy
Tan. 25, 26, 29
Arnett-Pre-Business
Clarkson
Cowen
Cressey
Field
Hartsuff-Medical Technology
McKibben
Morris
Nissen
Ullman
Jan. 30, 31, Feb. 1:
Braun
Fabian
Hinchey (on leave-ask for Coun-
selor reassignment)
Hoac--Pre-Business
Leisenring (on leave-replaced by
Prof. Bassett)
Morzenti
Paslick
Smith, C.
Whaley
Appointments are to be made in per-
son at the Freshman-Sophomore Coun-
seling Office, 11l3 Angell Hall.
During each of these three day per-
iods, three representatives from the
office will be making appointments for
specified counselors. In order to facil-
itate this procedure it will be neces-
sary to maintain strict adherence to
the above schedule. At the start of
each three day period the full range
of dates for appointments with the
counselors involved will be available.
Those students who do not know
who tleir assigned counselor is, or
those who wish to see a counselor re-
garding their current elections or re-
lated ratters should see the regular
office receptionist.
The Michigan Memorial-Phoenix Pro-
Ject invites requests for faculty re-
search grants to support research with-
in the scope of the term "peaceful
uses of nuclear energy." Typical areas
In which the Project is interested
are: Biological effects of radiation,
Radiation dosimetry, New uses of iso-
topes, New tracer techniques, Direct
conversion of nuclear energy to elec-
trical energy, The fusion process,
Plasmas as related to controlled fu-
sion, Radiation ; chemistry, Nuclear
weapons proliferation and disarma-
ment, Psychological attitudes toward
nuclear energy hazards, Evaluation of
hazards to urban populations from
nuclear activities, and Economic stud-
ies of nuclear activities including pow-
er production,
New research ideas and pilot pro-
jects are particularly encouraged. The
relationship to" peaceful uses of nu-
clear energy, however, must be clear.
The routine use of isotope tracer tech-
niques will not by itself justify sup-
port.
Requests for grants of $3,000 or less
are most appropriate. Grants may
cover equipment, supplies, research
assistance, and field trips. Applications
for these grants should be returned to
the Phoenix Project by Monday, Jan.
29, 1968. Grants will be made by April
1, 1968.
Application blanks may be obtained
from the office of the Phoenix Project
at the Phoenix Memorial Laboratory
on the North Campus or by calling
764-6213.

Inauguration of Robben W. Fleming
The inauguration of President Flem-
ing will be held on Monday, March 11,
1968, in Hill Auditorium at 3:00 p.m.
The Vice President for Academic Af-
fairs has urgeddeans and facultyto
co-operate in permitting student par-
ticipation, by dismissing classes, with
the exception of clinics, labs, and
other meetings not readily resched-
uled, after 12:00 noon. An announce-
ment will be made where students and
faculty may pick up tickets for re-
served seating in Hill Auditorium,
SGC
The approval of the following stu-
dent sponsored events becomes effec-
tive after the publication of this no-
tice. All publicity for these events,
must bewithheld until the approval
has become effective.
Approved request forms for student
sponsored events are available in
Rooms 1001 and 1546 of the Student
Activities Building.
Society of Automotive Engineers -
Bendix on Lunar Surfaces - Jan. 17,
1968, 7:30 p.m. - 1042 E.E.
UAC-Ticket sales for World's Fair-
Jan. 22-26, 1968 - 10 a.m.-4 p.m., Fish-
bowl.
India Student's Association - In-
dian Classical Dances - Jan. 20,
1968, 7 p.m., Lydia Mendelssohn
Theater.
Phi Sigma Delta and Alpha Epsi-
lon Phi-Phi Sig Week Cancer Drive-
Feb. 5, 6, 7, 1968, 9 a.m.-5 p.m., Diag,
Engine Arch.
Doctoral
Examinations
Doctoral Examination for: John
Reynolds Van Atta, Biophysics, Thesis:
"Titration and Electrophoresis Studies
of Bovine Albumin and Two Amidin-
ated Derivatives," on Thurs., Jan. 18
at 1:30 p.m. in Conference Room, IST
Biophysics Research Bldg., Chairman:
M. J. Hunter.
Doctoral Examination for: Cleveland
Lincoln Page, Music, Thesis: "Key-
board Experience and Electronics," on
Thurs., Jan. 18 at 3:30 p.m. in Room
2277 School of Music, Chairman: E. A.
Holz.
Placement
ANNOUNCEMENTS:
Monthly Peace Corps Test given at
ORGAN IZATION

1:30, Jan. 20, Downtown Post Office,
oror
Main at Catherine. Bring completed this designator after an 'in-training'
applications to test, these are available
at Bureau. P.C. will be on campus period, or is a civilian or former serv-
week of Jan. 29, for information, test- ice man froigid acadmic phrysical an
ingCurrent ositios Received by Gen security requirements and has selec-
eral Division, Call 764-4760 for further tive serv. classification IV-A, V-A, I-C,
information: Kamehameha Schools, Honolulu, Ha-
Personnel Consultants, N.Y.C.--
Pernnel Trnsrtats, CoN.YC Sy- waii - Housemother, grades 7-8, girls,
Manager, Transportation Control Sys- demanding position combining roles ofi
tems, dev. mktg. family of vehicle data mother, teacher, counselor and friend.
co ectn d. aima ge ree and 10pri Dormitory resident, grade 7, boys.
sales, mktg., and promotional activi- Connecticut Careers: Research Sci-
ties. entist, behavioral sci., at A. Ribicoff
Midland Mutual Life Insurance, Research Center Norwich Hospital,I
Flint, Mich. - Representative, man or 212 S.A.B., Lower Level.
older woman, widowed pref., BA de- Doctoral candidate educational status,
r exper. not req., trng. period, 3 up to two yrs. exper. Probation officer
yrs., age range 23-40. Multiple open- of 3 leyels, degree in soc. sci and vary-
ings. ing exper. req.
Kerr Manufacturing Company, De- Interviews Jan. 19, 1968
dentt, Mich.-y pinings ME an ine River Canoe Camp, Mich., boys
dental industry, Engineers, nME ogandsekn srcoslr.
IE presently needed. Metall. Chemist, seekiuthwe strcounsopany Nashville
Ceramacist, Polymer Chemists. 1-3 or otwsen CmpnNsvle
more years exper. pref. Tenn., big money, selling job, after-
Young Men's Christian Association
of Greater Pontiac, Mich. - Women's SUMMER JOBS IN WASHINGTON:
Physical Education major graduating
this year for Associate Physical Di- Second year law students interested
rector. in working in the Departments of Jus-
Greater Lawrence Young Women's tice, Labor, or Treasury contact the
Christian Association, Mass. - Assist- Washington Summer Intern Program
ant in Dept. of Health, Phys. Educ., on or before Wed., Jan. 24, at 764-3492.
and Recreation, full time tr 20-30 hrs.
week. Teach classes, supv, rec. activi- ENGINEERING PLACEMENT SERVICE:
ties ,major in HPE&R., WSI rating. Make Interview Appointments at
Personnel Consultants, Chicago, Ill.- Room 128-H, West Engrg. Bldg. unless
Eastern Food processing company, two otherwise specified.
packaging engineers, degree plus 0-5 Jan, 25, 1968:
yrs. exper. in machine design and Allegheny Ludlum Steel Corp.
trouble shooting. Electronic Communications, Inc.
Employers Group Insurance Com- General Motors Corp.
panies, Boston, Mass. - Recruits re- Gfesh osRsetCmayIc
cent BBA or Lib. Arts, BA degrees for Hallmark Cards, Inc.
Mgmt. Trainees in Underwriting, Hallmark d s c
Claims Adj., Auditors, Actuarial Train- McDonnell Douglas Corp.
ees, latter req. math major. McGraw-Edison Power Systems Div.
Reynolds International, Inc.
WOOD-TV, Grand Rapids, Mich.- Sylvania Electric Products, Inc.
T.V. Floor Director, Production De- Toledo Scale Co.
partment ,work in studio, asst. pro- The Trane Co.
ducer, live, video tape and remote. United Aircraft Corp.-
Man, BA level radio-TV course, re- Hamilton Standard Div.
cent grad., draft status impt. United Aircraft Corp.-
Oakland County Merit System, Mich. Pratt & Whitney
-Public Health Sanitarian I, BA or Wayne County Road Commissioners
higher in Public Health, Environ. Vista - No appt. necessary - Room
Health, CE, Sanitary Sci. or Biol. Sci., 3524 Student Activities Bldg.

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Depends on the giant. Actually, some giants are just regular
kinds of guys. Except bigger.
And that can be an advantage.
How? Well, take Ford Motor Company. We're a giant
in' an exciting and vital business. We tackle big problems.
Needing big solutions. Better ideas. And that's where you
come in. Because it all adds up to a real opportunity for young
engineering graduates like yourself at Ford Motor Company.
Come to work for us and you'll be a member of a select
College Graduate Program. As a member of this program,
you won't be just another "trainee" playing around with
"make work" assignments.
You'll handle important projects that you'll frequently
follow from concept to production. Projects vital to Ford.
And you'll bear a heavy degree of responsibility for their
success.
You may handle as many as 3 different assignments in
your first two years. Tackle diverse problems. Like figuring
how high a lobe on a cam should be in order to yield a certain
compression ratio. How to stop cab vibration in semi-trailer
trucks. How to control exhaust emmission.
Soon you'll start thinking like a giant. You'll grow bigger
because you've got more going for you.

A network of computers to put confusing facts and
figures into perspective.
Complete testing facilities to prove out better ideas.
And at Ford Motor Company, your better ideas won't
get axed because of a lack of funds. (A giant doesn't carry a
midget's wallet, you know.)
Special programs. Diverse meaningful assignments. Full
responsibility. The opportunity to follow through. The best
facilities. The funds to do a job right. No wonder 87% of the
engineers who start with Ford are here 10 years later.
If you're an engineer with better ideas, and you'd like
to do your engineering with the top men in the field, see the
man from Ford when he visits your campus. Or send your
resume to Ford Motor Company, College Recruiting De-
partment.
You and Ford can grow bigger together.

THE AMERICAN ROAD, DEARBORN, MICI1IGAS
AN EQUAL OPPORTUNITY EMPLOYER.

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to engineer
for a giant?.

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NOTICES
USE OF THIS COLUMN FOR AN-
NOUNCEMENTS is available to officially
recognized and registered student orga-
nizations l only. Forms are available in
room 1011 SAB.
Art Print Loan: come get your prints
today and tomorrow from 7-9 p.m. on
the third floor of the SAB.
* * *I
..Southern Asian Club-Bag lunch at
noon on Friday, Jan. 19. Prof. Walter
Spink will speak and show slides on
"Indian and Western Art: Some Com-
parisons." The program will be held in
Room 201, Lane Hall.
* * *
The John Stewart Mill Society
(I.S.I.) and Young Americans for Free-
dom will hold a general meeting Sun.,
Jan. 21 at 3:00 p.m. in the third floor
conference room of the Union. The
Conservative Union will be discussed.
All LS.I. members should attend.

GUILD HOUSE
802 MONROE
Friday, January 19
NOON LUNCHEON 25c
BACIA GORDON-Artist and
Guild House.resident guest:

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