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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

SUNDAY, FEBRUARY 4, 1965

PAGE EIGET THE MICHIGAN DAILY SUNDAY. FEBRUARY 4, 1968

DAILY OFFICIAL
BULLETIN
(Continued from Page 2)
cussed by Dr. Margaret L. Clay of
MHRI s "Research and the Reals
World-A. Credibility Gap?"1
The Martha Cook Building will con-
tinue┬░ to receive 1st appointments for1
residence through Tuesday, Feb. 6th.E
Please call 769-3290 for appointment.
Doctoral
Examinations
Arnold Kreger, Microbiology Thesis:
"Altered Diphorase Activity in Opto-
chin-Resistant Pneumococci, " on Mon-
day, Feb. 5 at 10:30 a.m. in Room 15701
East Medical Building (Conference1
Room), Chairman: R. H. Olsen.
Handbook for Doctoral Candidates is
available ,In Room 1004, Rackham.
Those who have left their names will
be ent copies.,
Placement interviews - Make appts
before _4:00 p.m. day preceding inter-
view.
PLACEMENT
Placement interviews - make appts.
before 4:00 p~m. day preceding inter-
iew.
Monday, Feb. 12
=John Hopkins University, Baltimore,
Md. - M & F. Any degree and any
major interested in Master or Arts in
Treaching Programs.
Tuesday, Feb. 13
- international Business Machines,
Dearborn, iMch. - M & F. Al 1 degree
levels in Organic and Phys. Chem,
Ncon.,, Eng. Math and Physics for
Banking, EDP, Mgmt. ┬░Trng., Product-
ion, Inside and Territ. Sales, Stat.,
Tech. Writing, Computer Program-
Ming.
National Security Agency, Wash. D.
C.- M&F BA levels in For. Languages,
Gen. Lib. Arts, Math. Necessary to have
passed 'the NSA exam before interview-
ing. Positions in EDP, Languages,
LIbrary, Stat., Writing , Information
Analysis.
Allstate Insurance, Detroit, Mich. -
M&. BA Eng., Fine Arts, Edu., Geol.,
Journ, Libr. Si., Pubi. Health Soc.
fr i~rance, Home office and Claims,
1Mgmt Training, not sales positions.
'Marine Midland Trust Company of
Western New York, Buffalo, N.Y. -BA/
M~A Econ., Educ., Engl., ine Arts, Gen.
Lib. Arts, Geoarg., Hist., Libr. Sci.,
Math Phlo Poli. Sl., Psych., Soc., for
Banking.
Wednesday, Feb. 14
International 'Business Machines, see
Tues. listing.
..Jones and Laughlin Steel Corporation,
Pittsburgh, Pa. - BA Econ., Engl.,
Geog., Bt., Poll. Si., Psych., Speech
for Inside and Territ. sales.
New York Central System Railroad,
Detroit, Mich M&F. BA/MA Arch., Bo-
chem., Econ., Gen Li. Arts, Georg.,
IN
THE
FEBRUARY
ATLANTIC
MONTHLY
'"Where Graduate Schools Fail":
They are, stuck in a complacent
rut of pure academia and ante-
diluvian requirements, write two
Harvard educators.'
"Advice to a Draftee":
Published for the first time, this
letter written by Leo Tolstoy in
1899 to a desperate young poten-
tial conscript bears a relevance
to America in 1968.
"On Civil Disobedience":
by Charles E. Wyzanski, Jr., a care-
fully reasoned examination of the
problem by a federal judge directly
confronted with the issue.
"The Perversity of
Aubrey Baardsley":
A fascinating examination of the
,rococo artist whose. work has
Mbecome a cult for the sixties.
AT YOUR
NEWSSTAND
NOW

Kist., Law, Libr. Set., Math., Philto., - M&F BA/MA Econ., Engld., Hist.,
Physics., Poli. Set., Anal, Gien. and In-j Psych., Philo., for mgmt. trng.
organic Chemistry for EDP Mgmt. Trng., First National Bank of Chicago, 111.
Mktg. Res., Purchasing, Territ. Sales, - - M&F. BA/MA Econ., Gen. Lib. Arts
Stat., Transportation, for Foreign Trade and Mgmt. Trng.
Office of Education, Wash. D.C. -

Thursday, Feb. 15
Marathon Oil Company, Detroit, Mich.
-p.m. only. BA/MA Econ., Gen Lib
Arts, for Mgmt. Trng., and Sales Repre-
sentatives.
Connecticut Mutual Like Insurance,
Southfield, Mich - BA/MA all fields for
insurance.
The Pillsbury Company, Minneapolis,
Minn. - M&F. MA Econ., Math, Psych.,
and Soc. for EDP, and 'Mktg. Res.
.Jacobson Stores Incorporated, Jack-
son. Mich. - M & F. Any degree any
major for Mgmt. Trng. and Merchan-
dising.r
U.S. Office of Education, Wash. D.C.
-M&F BA/MA Engl., For. Languages,
Gen. Lib,. Arts, Journ., Math for Junior
Professional Training.
Friday, Feb. 16
Honeywell, Inc., Minneapolis, Minn.-
M&F. BA and PhD degrees in Econ.,
Math, Philo., Physical Chem., and
Physics for varied positions.
Port of New York Authority, N.Y.C.
ORGAN IZATION
NOTICES
USE OF THIS COLUMN FOR AN-
NOUNCEMENTS is available to officially
recognized and registered student orga-
nizations only. Forms are available in
room 1011 SAB.
s a* *
Lutheran Student Chapel, Sun., Feb.
4, 7:15 p.m., UGLI Multipurpose room,
speaker: Dr. Joseph Sittler, Prof. at
Divinity School of Chicago.
University Forum, Friends Center:
1416 Hill St. A discussion series for
students, Feb. 4, 10:00 a.m., "Surviv-
ing as Students, Are the Scars Per-
manent?"; Discussion led by George
Mink.
Bach Club meeting, Wed., Feb. 7,
8:00 p.m., Guild House, 802 Monroe;
listening, talking, etc. BYO Bach rec-
ords. For further information call 769-
2922.

See Thurs. listing.1
Del Monte Sales Company, Oak Park,
Mich. - BA Econ., Educ., Engl., Fine
Arts, For. Languages, Gen. Lib,. Arts,
Hist.. Libr. Sci., Poli. Sci., Speech, and-
Soc. for Inside and Territ. Sales.I
The following schools will interview
at the Bureau during the week of Feb.
12th 1968:1
Monday, Feb. 12
Lansing Mich. (Catholic Parochial
Schools) - Fields not listed.
Mt. Clemens, Mich. (Macomb Co.
Schools) - All sp. Ed,
Pontiac, Mich. (Waterford Twp.
Schools) - Fields not listed.
Hlemet, Calif. - Elem., J.H. - Eng.,l
S.S., H.E., Math. Span., B.P.E., Sp. Corr.
Lib, HS - Eng, S.S., Read., H.E., E.-
M.R., Math, Sp/Drama, Couns., Biol.,
I.A., Span., G.P.E., Fr., Art, Chem.,
Nurse.
La Puente, Calif. (H.S. Dist.) - All
Second. areas except B.P.E.
Glenco, Ill., - Elem., Lib., J.H. -F
Eng/S.S., Math, Sci., Span.;
Tuesday, Feb.. 13
Bellflower, Calif. - Elem., J.H. -
Eng., S.S., Sci., Math, For. Lang., G.
P.E., For. Lang.. H.E., G.P.E.
Santa Clara, Calif. - Elem. --K-6,
J.H. - Eng., Math/Sci., H.S. - G.P.E.,
Eng., I.A., Hist. or S.S., Inst. Mus.
Newton, Mass. - All fields - H.S. Sci.,
Math, & S.S. must have a masters.
Porth Wash., N.Y. - Fields not listed.
Wednesday, Feb. 14.
Detroit, Mich. - Fields not listed.
Santa Clara, Calif. - See Wed., Feb.
14th for fields.
Newton. Mass. - See Wed., Feb. 14th
for fields.
Thurdsay, Feb. 15
Lakeside, Calif. - Fields not listed. I
Englewood, Coo. (Cherry Creek P.
S.) - 1llfields.
WV. Hartford, Conn. - Elem. -Guid.,
tArt. Mus., P.E., Sp. Cons., Sec. - All
fields.

Honolulu, Hawaii -- Elem and Sec.
- All fields.
Lexington, Mass. - Elem., Sec. -- Eng.
S.S., Gen. Sci., Chem., Phys., Biol.,
Earth Sci., Fr., Span., Music, Art, I.A.,
H.E. Bus. Ed.. P.E., Read,, Psychol., J.{
H. - Sp. Ed., Elem. Couns.
Mt. Kisco, N.Y. (Bedford P.S.)-Fields
not listed.
New Hyde Part, N.Y. (Herricks P.S.}
- Elem. all, Elem. P.E., Sec. - Math,
Fr., Span., Guid., I.A., Art, Eng., S.S.,
Gen. Sci., Biol., Earth Sci., Phys.
Racine, Wisc. - Fields not listed.
Friday, Feb. 16
Fruitport, Mich. - Elem. - Sp. Ed., -
Vocal, Sec. - T.A.{
Northville, Mich. - All Elem & Sec.
Pontiac, Mich. - Fields not listed.
Yorba Linda, Calif. - K-8 Only,.'7th
and 8th Eng., S.S., Span., Typ.
Hartford, Conn. - Elem. - All, Sec.
- Eng., Math., Sdi., Fr., I.A., H.E., art,
Mus., Read., P.E., Lilb., Guid., Social
Work Psych Exam., Sp. Ther., Hearing.
Honolulu, Hawaii, - See Thurs., Feb.
15 for fields.
Lexington, Mass. - See Thurs., Feb.1
15th for fields.
For further information and to mnake
appointments contact Mrs. Shear 3200
S.A.B. 764-7459.
ENGINEER PLACEMENT SERVICE
Make interview appointments at room
128 H. West Engrg. Bldg. unless other-
wise specified.
February 12
General Dynamics Corp. - Electric
Boat Div.
General Dynamics Corp. - Quincy
Div.
Interlake Steel Corp.
Keithley Instruments, Inc.
Merck & Co., Inc.
Olin Mathieson Chemical Corp.
Owens-Illinois, Inc.
Sinclair Refining Co.
Sinclair Research, Inc.
Sprague Electric Co.
1Standard Oil Co. of Calif. andI
Chevron Co.
Texaco Inc.
TRW Systems
U.S. Naval Research Lab.
U.S. Gov't. National Security Agency

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Important business for all members.
Communication Sciences Lecture
Series, Dr. Morris Friedell, Soc. Dept:
"The Structure of Shared Awareness."
Tue., Feb. 6, 4:10 p.m., Michigan Un-
ion Room 3-R.
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Socialist Labor Party meeting, Feb.
7, 8:00 p.m., 3D3 Union, speaker: Ralph
Muncy, "The Intellectual and Social-
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