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PAGE SIX

THE MICHIGAN DAILY

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Oct. 24-25
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MICHIGAN UNION

UNIVERSITY CHARTER
FLY TO LONDON
CALEDONIAN AIRWAYS

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May 9-June 20
May 20-Aug. 19
June 27-Aug: 23

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PETITIONING FOR
CINEMA GUILD
TUESDAY, OCT. 24 &
WEDNESDAY, OCT. 25
Sign up at Cinema
Guild Office'2538 S.A.B.

All flights round trip from Detroit

Call: JOSEPH MASON
WILLIAM RAYMER

761-2348
5-7 P.M.

The Daily Official Bulletin is an
official publication of the Univer-
sity of Michigan for which The
Michigan Daily 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.
TUESDAY, OCTOBER 24
Day Calendar
Bureau of Industrial Relations Sem-
inar - "Management of Managers No.
40": 146 Business Administration Build-
ing, 8:15 a.m. to 5:00 p.m. and 7:00 to
9:00 p.m.
National Academy of Sciences An-
nual Fall Meeting - Morning Sessions:
Rackham Building, 9:00 a.m. tol2 :00
p.m.; Afternoon Sessions: Rackham
Building, 1:30 to 4:00 p.m.
Women's Interhouse Swimming Meet
- Sponsored by the W.A.A. Margaret

Daily Classifieds Get Results

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Bell Pool, 7:00 p.m. Spectator's are Oxford, "The Conceptista Aesthetic," October 22-25
welcome. Wednesday, October 25, 3050 Frieze Mr. Sang-Hyun Cho - Professor of
-___Bldg., 4:10 p.m. Voice and Choral Music, Sookmyun Wo-
American Association of University men's University. Seoul, Korea.
Women Lecture (Ann Arbor Branch)- Final Payment of Fall Term Fees is - October 23-25
Dr. Walter M. Spink, The University of due and payable on or before Tuesday, Miss Carol Hoigren - Centro Inter-
Michigan, "Japanese S c r a 11 s and October 31, 1967. cultural de Documentation, Cuernavaca.,
Screens": Rackham Amphitheater. 7:30 I esaentpi yti ae Mexico.
p.m. .If fees are not paid by this date: October 24-27
1. A $10.00 delinquent penalty will be Miss Ellie Boyd - Liaison Officer.
Professional Theatre Program - George charged. University of Waikato, New eZaland.
Kelly's The Show-Off: Lydia Mendels- 2. A "Hold Credit" will be placed a- October 26-27
sohn Theater, 8:00 p.m. gainst you. This means that until pay- Mr. Dayabahi Patel - New Delhi.
ment is received and "Hold Credit" is In~dia.
American Culture Program, English cancelled: October 26
Language Institute: Prof. W. H. Jan- (1) Grades will not be mailed. Mr. Nicanor Saleno - Director of
sen, University of Kentucky, "Folktale: (2) Transcripts will not be furn- Courses, Training Institute, General
Structure and Performance," Auditor- (3) ma ntConfederation of Labor, Buenos Aires,
I um, B, Angell Hall, 8 p.m.1 (3) You may not register for fu- Argentina.
ture terms. October 27
S(4) A Senior may not graduate with Mr. Franz Bigimaier - Referent in
Woodhisdclasstat: heccloseLoftthe Padagogisches Zentrum, test develop-
WodinaunttlachmLetr cretIem ment reading program, Berlin, Germany.
Hall, 8:30 p.m. 3. The Dean of your school or col- Mrs. ra Hricham ead G er-
leg wil e gvena istof elnqunt Mrs. Gerda Heinrich -- Head Super-
lege will be given a list of delinquent visor, Senator fur Schulwesen, Berlin,
-^!ties accounts. onGermGeorg
G eneral N t ies Payments may be made in person, Germany Kase - Supervisor of
of lasica Stdie -or mailed tothe Cashier's Office. 1015 Educational Planning, Bavarian Min-
Department of Classical Studies -- Administration Building, before 4:30io at o and Cu Mich,
Professor Hugh Lloyd-Jones, Oxford p.m. October 31, 1967. istry of Education and Culture, Munich,
University, "Zeus and Justice in Germany.
Homer, Thursday, October 26, Auditor- Mail Payments postmarked after due Mr. Heinz Salmon - School Inspec-
Hoe, hrdy coe 6 uio-Idate, October 31, 1967, are late and
lum A, Angell Hall, 4:00 p.m. subject topenat,.dtor, Senator fur das Bildungswesen,
Idsbecnto altBremen, Germany.
Identify mail payment as tuition and October 30-November 6
The Department of R omance Langu- show student number and name. Dr. Valentin Nazarevsky - Junior
ages -MLecture by Prof. Robert D. F. Regents' Meeting: November 17. Com- Scientific Researcher. Institute of World
Pring-Mill of St. Catherine's College, munications for consideration at this Economics and International Relations,
_ --meeting must be in the President's Moscow, USSR.
hands no later than November 2. October 31-November 2
Mr. Luciano Codignola - Playwright
Seniors: College of L. S. & A., Schools and Professor of History of Theater.
IG orof Education, Music, and Business Ad- University of Urbino, Rome, Italy.
I ministration.

all m aj o r for Insurance.
J. C. Penny Company, Inc., Ann Arbor.
Mic. - M & F, a.m. only. BA Econ.,
and Gen.i Lib. Arts, for Mgmt. Trng.,
Merchan.. and Purchase and Sales,
A. B. Dick Company, Chicago, Il.-
BA in Gen Lib Arts and. any mktg
major for Ins, and Territ. Sales.
Friday, October 27
No interviews held at Bureau of
Appts.
Personal Consultants, Boston area-
Manager of Manuf. Engrg, & Produc-
tion,IE, Asst. Gen. Mgr. BSE, execu-
tire exper. Cost Accountant, 8-10 yrs.
exper. Project Engineers. EDP Manager.
Under study positions in many areas of
Engrg. Acctg., Mktg., editing, Person-
niel.-
Management Consultants, New Jersey
-Northeast locations. Exper. req.
Package Dev.,aInjetion Tool., Plant Mgr,
Plastics aMterial Res. Des., Product De-
sign Engr., National Sales Mgr-Plastics
Pckg. Components, Aerosol Pckg. Plas-
tics Engr.
Abbott Laboratories, North Chicago,
Ill. - Positions requiring some exper.
In Int'l Finance, Communications Res.,
Sales, Personnel, Auditing, Credit, Buy-
ing. Trafic, Many Engineering positions
in Architectural, Dev., Industrial.,
Chem. fields. Scientific positions in
Biomed., Medicine, Chem., Pharmac-
ology, Virology, Micro Biol., Molecular
Biol., Serum Production, and Veterin-
ary areas. -
Midwest Research Institute, Kansas
City, Mo. - Biochem., MS and exper.
Chemistry, all areas, all degree levels,
all req. exper. Economists. Engineering
in Heat Transfer, Microwave, and bio-
engrg. Biostat., Exper. Psych. Oper.
Anal. Project Planning. EDP.
For further info. pleace call 764-7460,
Gen. Div., Bureau of Appts. 3200 S.A.B.
ENGINEERING PLACEMENT SERVICE
Make Interview Apointments at room
128-H, West Engrg. Bldg.
October 31
American Electric oPwer Service Corp,
Celanese Corp.
Cutler-Hammer, Inc.
Goodyear Aerospace Corp.
Goodyear International Corp,
Goodyear Tire & Rubber Co.
General Motors Corp.
Hughes Aircraft
r ePoples Gas Light & Coke Co.
The Raytheon Company
University of Rochester - College
of Bus. Ad.
Shell - All Divs. - BS-MS
Shell - All Divs. - PhD.

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CINEMA GUILD BOARD
Tues., Oct. 24 & Wed., Oct. 25
Sign up at Cinema Guild Office-
2538 Student Activities Building

Tentative lists of seniors for Decem-
ber graduation have been posted onc
the bulletin board in the first floor PLACEMENT INTERVIEWS: Those in-
lobby. Administration Building. Any terested in interviewing the following,
changes therefrom should be requested
of the Recorder at Office of Regis- please make appts. before 4:00 on day
tration and Records, Window Number preceding interview; resume forms are
A, 1513 Administration Building. required, call 764-7460.

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If winter turns you off, let the
Charley Brown turn you on!
Outside, it's a great-looking outershirt
in hearty, heavyweight wool with roomy
snap/patch pockets. Inside, it's built
for comfort with a color-coordinated
lining of warm pile. All around, it's got
all the style a guy could want (and the
right price, too!). Make friends with
Charley Brown soon. In colorful
plaids, all-sizes.
About $20.00

F -.eign Visitors
The following foreign visitors can be
reached through the Foreign Visitor1
Programs Office, 764-2148.

Thursday, October 26
International Business Machines, Gen
lib arts, Journ., Math, Chem., Phys. All
Connecticut Mutual Life Insurance
levels.
Co., Southfield, Mich. - All degrees,

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Fiogel's-Ann Arbor

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Ling-Temco-Vought, Inc., is among the
top 50 industrial corporations in the United
States, with projected 1967 consolidated
sales in the range of $1.6 to $1.7 billion.
LTV's financial
success - meas-
ured by its growth
from a $4 million -'
company just a
decade ago-is
a direct result of a management principle
of building values for our shareholders,
our employees, our customers and the
communities in which our companies
operate.
We try to make

LTV 1967 consists of a parent company
and seven subsidi-

aries-each com-
- "peting in a distinct
industry, yet con-
tributing a unified
value for the entire
LTV organization.
Through its seven
companies, LTV par-
ticipates in- a wide vari-

ments to explore
and improve ' his
environment and
defend his honie-
land.

demonstrating our success in each of these 20th century tech-
efforts. nological require-

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nity to tell the LTV story
to college students
across the nation.
For additional in-
formation on the
many challenging ca-
reer positions avail-
able throughout LTV

ety of diversified, international markets:
meat and food process-

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LTV a good invest-
ment, a good place
to work, a good
place to buy a good
product, and a good
neighbor. Our
growth, we feel,
speaks for itself in

ing, aerospace, elec-
tronics, sports and °
athletic goods, trans-
mission cable, pharma- o
ceuticals and chemicals,
and sound systems;
The LTV companies
serve man's ancient basic needs for food,
recreation and good health, and fulfill his

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and its subsidiaries, please
write to Professional

Placement at the
addresses shown
in each com-
pany's chart. An
equal opportunity
employer.

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LING-TEMCO-VOUGHT, INC.
James J. Ling
Chairman of the Board and Chief Executive Officer
Clyde Skeen
President
LTV RESEARCH CENTER LTV COMPUTER CENTER

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Don't find yourself hastled making
vacation plans at the last
minute. Attend
MASS MEETING -
FLIGHTS TO EUROPE

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THE OKONITE COMPANY
Paul Dashine, President
LTV Ownership: 81.7%
Products:
Power Cable
Signal Cable
Telephone Cable
Control Cable
Wire Products
1966 Sales: $90,252,000
1966 Net Income: $7,715,000
Current Employment: 1,800
The Okonite Company
220 Passaic Street
Passaic, N.J. 07055

LTV ELECTROSYSTEMS, INC.
E. F. Buehring, President
LTV Ownership: 67.7%
Products:
Advanced Electronic Systems
Command and Control Systems
Guidance Systems
Super-Power Radio/Radar
Reconnaissance/Surveillance
Systems
Navigation Equipment
Tactical Radio Equipment
1966 Sales: $123,564,000
1966 Net Income: $2,644,000
Current Employment: 9,400
Divisions:
Greenville
Garland
Mvemcor
Subsidiary:
Continental Electronics
LTV Electrosystems, Inc.
P.O. Box 1056
Greenville, Texas 75401

LTV LING ALTEC, INC.
Alvis A.;Ward, President
LTV Ownership: 86.1%
Products:
Commercial/HiFi Sound
Systems
Telephone Equipment
Environmental Test Systems
Two-Way Radio
Modulators
1966 Sales: $29,242,000
1966 Net Income: $859,000
Current Employment: 1,500
Divisions:
Altec Lansing
Ling Electronics
University Sound
Subsidiaries:
Altec Service Corporation
Gonset, Inc. (DuMont)
LTV Ling Altec, Inc.
1515 South Manchester Avenue
Anaheim, Calif. 92803

LTV AEROSPACE CORPORATION
W. Paul Thayer, President
LTV Ownership: 74.2%
Products:
Aircraft
Missiles
Ground Vehicles
Range Management Services
Electronic installations
1966 Sales: $231,552,000
1966 Net Income: $5,809,000
Current Employment: 18,600
Divisions:
Vought Aeronautics
Missiles & Space
Range Systems
Subsidiary:
Kentron, Hawaii, Ltd.
LTV Aerospace Corporation
P.O. Box 5907
Dallas, Texas 75222

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7:30 P.Ml.

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1st flight Detroit-London May 4
Brussels-Detroit June 1
2nd flight Detroit-London May 5
Paris-Detroit June 2 A
3rd flight New York-London May 12
Paris-New York Aug. 13

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Sabena Jet
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TWA Jet

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WILSON & CO., INC.
Roscoe G. Haynie, Chairman and
Chief Executive Officer
Roy V. Edwards. President
LTV Ownership: 75%
Products:
Food Processing/Meat Packing
Dairy Products
Shortening
Vegetable Oil
Poultry
1966 Sales: $937,170,000
1966 Net Income: $8,637,000
Current Employment: 15,700
(includes 2,900 foreign)

WILSON SPORTING GOODS CO.
Roscoe G. Haynie, Chairman and
Chief Executive Officer
William P. Holmes. President
LWV Ownership: 66.7%
Products:
Sports and Athletic Equipment
Athletic Clothing
Plastic Products
Spring "Hobby" Horses
1966 Sales: $82,950,000
1966 Net Income: $3,829,000
Current Employment: 4,800
(includes 300 foreign)
Wilson Sporting Goods Co.

WILSON PHARMACEUTICAL
& CHEMICAL CORP.
Roscoe G. Haynie, Chairman and
Chief Executive Officer
George J. Binder, President
LWT Ownership: 69.6%
Products:
Sulfuric Acid
Organic Chemical Derivatives
Polyester Resins
Pharmaceuticals
Edible Gelatin
1966 Sales: $37,190,000
1966 Net Income: $1,500,000
Current Employment: 800

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