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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

Wednesday, February 28, 1968

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DAILY OFFICIAL BULLETIN
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The Daily Official Bulletin is an
otticial publication of the Univer-
sity of Michigan for which The
Michigan £aily assumes no editor-
ial responsibility. Notices should be
sent in TYPEWRITTEN form to
Room 3564 Administration Bldg.' be-
fore 2 p.m. of the day preceding
publication and by 2 p.m. Friday
for Saturday and Sunday. General
Notices may be published a maxi-
mum of two times on request; Day
Calendar items appear once only,
Student organization notices are not
accepted for publication. For more
information call 764-9270.
WEDNESDAY, FEBRUARY 28
Day Calendar
Department of Anatomy Seminar -
Dr. William Murphy, Professor of Mic-
robiology, The University of Michigan,
"Recent Advances in the Study of
Viruses": 2501 East Medical Building,
4:00 p.m.
Zoology Seminar -- Dr. William R.
Dawson, Department of Zoology, Uni-
versity of Michigan, "Avian Heat De-
fense," Aud. C, Angell Hall, 4:10 p.m.
General Notices
zoology Seminar- Dr. H. Mittel-
staedt, Max Planck Institut fur Ver-
haltensphystologlie, Seewiesen, Ger-
many, will speak on: CYBERNETIC
ANALYSIS OF GRAVITY ORIENTA-
TION IN FISH on Friday, March 1,
1968,. 11:00 a.m., Botany Seminar Room,
1139 Nat. Set.
Members of the Women's Research
Club will meet Monday, March 4, at
8 p.m. in the West Conference Room,
Rackham Bldg. The subject to be pre-
sented is "The Juvenile Court in
Transition." The speaker is Mrs. Jos-
selyn Van Tyne; her resource persons
are Mrs. Robert D. Vinter and Carol
Stadler.
National Teacher Examinations: Ap-
plications: Application blanks are
available in Room 3014 Rackham Bldg.
for the National Teacher Examinations.
The next administration of the test
will be on Sat., April 6, and applic'-
tions are due in Princeton, New Jer-
sey by March 14.
April Teacher's Certificate Candidates:
All of the requirements for the teach-
er's certificate must be completed by
March 15th. These requirements in-
clude the teacher's oath, the health
statement, the social security num-
ber and the Bureau of Appointments
material. The, oath should be taken
as soon as possible in room 2000
University High School. The office is
open from 8-12 and 1-5, Monday
through Friday.
The Department of Linguistics will
be offering the French and German
languarge examinations for the MA
for students in that department on
March 21 and 22. Please sign up in
the Linguistics Department Office
(218 Gunn Building or phone 764-0353)
and arrange a time as quickly as pos-
sible. y
School of Music Honors Program:
Applications are now being received
for the fall term, 1968. Forms are avail-
able in the School of Music Records
Office. Deadline for receipt of appli-

cations and supporting statements by
the Honors Council (Prof. Holz, act-
ing chairman) is Fri., March 22.
The Summer Program of Graduate
Student Research Grant is now open
for competition.
In preparing the application, the
student should present a clear state-
ment concering the nature of his re-
search problems and the estimated
cost of the specific items of expen-
diture. The applicationshould be ac-
companied by a supporting letter from
the Chairman of his doctoral com-
mittee.
For information and proposal guide-
lines, please contact Mr. Toombs or.
Mrs. Anderson at Room 1014 Rackham.
THE DEADLINE IS MARCH 29.
Graduate Record Examination: Ap-
plication blanks are available in Room
3014 Rackham Bldg. for the Graduate
Record Examination. The next admin-
istration of the test will be on Sat.,
April 27, and applications are due in
Princeton, New Jersey by April 9.
Placement
GENERAL DIVISION
Opportunities for Further Study and
Financial Aid, contact General Divis-
ion, Bureau of Appts. Call 764-7460, or
come to 3200 S.A.B.
American Institute for Foreign Trade,
Thunderbird Campus, Phoenix, Arizona
is accepting applications throughout
the spring for Sept. 11 term. Accept-
ances are honored for 5 years. Thun-
derbird Campus trains young people
interested in serving America by tak-
ing ideals and beliefs in American
business, industry, government and
service organizations to foreign coun-
tries.
University of Florida, Division of
Housing offers resident assistant posit-
ions for graduate students in the
men's and women's residence halls.
Up to 12 hours of graduate work may
be taken while serving as assistants.
Programs of graduate work in fields
of education, and Personnel Services
may participate in a program utiliz-
ing this assistant position in their
graduate work.
University of Nebraska, Lincoln, Neb-
raska, offers residence director posit-*
ions to men and women with MA in
education, student personnel, Ed.
Psych or related experience or fields.
Directory may take up to 6 semes-
ter hours, at minimal fees, both he
and wife (or vice versa) get room and
board, plus salary.
University of Connecticut, Storrs,
Conn., offers positions of Resident Ad-
visors and Freshman Counselors with
the Department of Men's Affairs. Res-
ident Advisors must be single, 21 qrs.
old prior to Sept. 68, be admitted to
the University and have significant
under-graduate leadership and schol-
astic records. They will receive all
Univ. fees and complete room and
board. The Freshman Counselors must
be sophomores with good academic
standing and leadership abilities, the
remuneration for this position is free
meals on a five day basis. Applications
will be accepted through April and
April 15 respectively.
Current Positions Openings received
by General Division by mail and phone,
call 764-7460 for further information:
General Electric Company, Oak Park,
Michigan offers special training pro-
gram to bring recent graduates into

the Data Processing Field. Two year
Program of both formal and on-the-
job training covering many fields in
Data Processing including Systems An-
alysis, Time-Sharing, Data Communi-
cations, Mass Storage techniques and
many others.
Hutzler's of Baltimore. Careers start-
ing with the Executive training Pro-
gram get an introduction to areas of
Service Supervisor, Assistant Buyer,
Sales Supervisor, and special assign-
ments in Advertising, Research, EDP,
Personnel, and opportunities, and op-
portunities to manage special shops.
Oakton Park Neighborhood Recrea-
tion Center, Skokie, Ill. has an open-
ing for full time work as Community
Center Leader. Degree in recreation,
group work or allied fields and abil-
ity working with individuals and'
group work or allied fields and ability
working with individuals and groups
gained through experienceas a volun-
teer leader, camp counselor or non-
professional leader. Will be respon-
sible for planning and operating Pre-
school program, Tween (Jr. High), and
Twen Day Camp.
Montgomery Ward offers Programmer
Training Program at Corporate Sys-
tems Division in Chicago and all other
locations across the nation. Candidates
with an interest in data processing and
the aptitude for programming should
have majors in business, mathematics
or computer sciences. Program covers
a two month period of classroom in-
struction and a four month working
assignment for on-the-job training.
Washington State Personnel - Assis-
tant Group Life Supervisor, BA de-
gree in social sci. or education plus
2 yrs. exper. in casekork, group work
or education fields of counseling or
psychology with disturbed youth.
Graduate study may be subs, for 1 yr.
exper. Caseworker, several levels, BA
degree with or without exper. in case-
work. Consultant on aging, BA in ger-
ontology, soc. wk., educ., health sci.,
plus 3 years work in this field or
graduate work with 2 years exper.
Fisheries Patrol Officer, exper req.
Juvenile Parole counselor trainee, BA
degree in soc. or other soc. studies,
level I requires 1 yr. exper. Juveline
rehabilitation Assistant superintendent,
BA in soc. sci plus 2 years. Outpatient
Clinical Director, Cert. by Amer.
Board of Psychiatry and Neurology and
2 years practice in psychiatry.

A V C O Broadcasting Corporation,
Cincinnati, Ohio - Producer/Director
for TV station, degree and 1 yr. exper.
directing news, sports, public service
and entertainment live programs.
Oakland County, Mchgan - Public
Health Clinical Dentist. Public Health
Sanitarian I, degree in Pub. Health,
Environ. Health, CE, Sanitary Sci. or
Biol. Sci. plus some exper. Social
Worker, MSW. Civil Engineer, BSCE.
Student Engineer, no degree.
Interagency Board of U.S. Civil Ser-
vice Examiners, Chicago, Ill. - Air
Traffic Control Specialist, degree and
three years exper. Other positions in
Tower control, and station option avail
also.
Anchor Hocking Glass Corporation,
Lancaster, Ohio - Varied positions in
sales, engineering, Design, Staff and
production and research and develop-
ment. Contact Bureau for specific re-
quirements, both exper. and no exper.
graduates required.
Summer Placement Service,
212 S.A.B., Lower Level.
Interview March 4:
Good Humor, Detroit, Mich. - Big
money and work outdoors, other loca-
tions in other states: N.Y., Ill., N.J.,
Conn. Applications at S.P.S. Also inter-
viewing March 8.
March 7:
Irish Hills Girl Scout Council, Mich.
10-5. General counselors, waterfront
staff, specialists in nature, crafts and
archery.
Camp - Birch Trail, Wis. Girls, 10-5.
Waterfront, counselors in archery,
gymnastics, tennis and arts and crafts.
ENGINEERING DIVISION
Make interview appointments at
Roomk128 H, West Engrg. Bldg. unless
otherwise specified.
March 4:
Battelle Memorial Institute -
Pacific Northwest
Columbus Laboratories
Connecticut State Highway Dept.
Continental Aviation & Engineering
Continental Motors Corp.
Lear Siegler, Inc.
Schlumberger Well Services
Surface Combustion Div. -
Midland-Ross Corp.
United Technology Center -
Div. of United Air Craft Corp.
Warnecke Electron Tubes, Inc. -
Div. of Hallicrafters
Westinghouse Electric Corp.
W. Virginia State Road Commission
U.S. Gov't.
Air Force Recruiting -
Officers Training School
Bureau of Reclaimation

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March 5:
American Enka Corp.
Argonne National Lab.
Avco Corp. - Lycoming Div.
Bechtel Corporation
Blackstone Corp.
George A. Fuller Co.
General Electric Co. - Ph.D.
Joslyn Stainless Steels
Michigan Consolidated Gas Co.
National Twist Drill & Tool Co.
Northern Illinois Gas Co.
North American Rockwell Corp. -
Rockwell-Standard Div.
Commercial Products Group
ScottPaper Co.
U. S. Gov't.
Naval Ship Missile Systems
Engineering Station
Dept. of Housing & Urban Dev,
Mareh 6:
Air Products and Chemicals, Inc.
Atlantic Richfield Co.
Atlas Chemcial Industries, Inc.
DeSoto, Inc.
Gen. American Transportation Corp.
Ingersoll-Rand Co.
Lawrence Radiation Lab.
Parke, Davis & Company
Scott Paper Co.
Steelcase, Inc.
Trans World Airlines, Inc.
U.S. Plywood -
Champion Papers, Inc.
U.S. Gov't.
NASA -
Goddard Space Flight Center
Army Corps of Engineers
Coast Guard -
Dept. of Transportation

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Naval Weapons Lab,
Dept. of Housing & Urban Dev. -
Make appt. at 3200 SAB,
March 7:
Allis-Chalmers Manufacturing Co.
Beckman Instruments, Inc.
Bessemer & Lake Erie Railroad Co.
Borg-Warner Corp. -
Marbon Chemical Div.
Columbus & S. Ohio Electric Co.
Electronic Associates, Inc.
Gulf General Atomic
Hercules Inc.
Illinois Div. of Highways
Ingersoll-Rand Company
Procter & Gamble -
International Divs.
Philco-Ford Corp. -
Consumer Electronic Div.
Royal-Globe Insurance Cos.
Alden E. Stilson & Associates, Ltd.
Sundstrand Corp.
U.S. Gov't.
National Heart Institute
Naval Ship Systems Command
Naval Underwater Weapons
Res. & Engrg. Station
March 8:
Allis-Chalmers Mfg. Co.
Bristol Labs. -
Div. of Bristol-Myers Co.
Combustion Engineering, Inc.
Dana Corporation
Electronic Associates, Inc.
Industrial Nucleonics Corp.
The Louis Allis Company -
Div. of Litton Industries
Wayne County Health Dept.
Naval Ship Systems Command

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For interview, contact your placement office

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