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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

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SUL~NDAY, OTOBER Z9~ . 1967

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A TEACHER PLACEMENT
]DAILY OFIC1IA~L Teescol will interview at the
BULLETIN Fort Lauderdale, Fla. (Broward Coun-
_________________________ Mon., Oct. 30

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Phiharinonia Theo Alcantara, Con-
ductor and Elizabeth Mannion, Mezzo-
soprano: Hill Auditorium, 8:30 p.m.
.University Musical Society -- Berlin
Philharmonic Octet: Rackham Auditor-
iurn, 8:30 p.m.
.Vanderbilt University Law School -
Contact Mrs. Robinson, 1223 Angell Hall
Interviews with interested students.
for specific details and appointments.
General Notices
All Choral Union series 'ushers are
reminded that "Carmina Burana" is
scheduled for this Sunday, October 29
at 8 p.m. Instead of the usual 8:30 p.m.
Please report no later than 7:00 p.m.
at the east door of the Hill Auditorium.
Flu Shot Cinic - Health Service,
Wednesday, November 1, from 8-11:30
a.m. and 1-4:30 p.m. The charge is $1.50
for students and spouse and $2.00 for
faculty, staff and spouses.

ty) - Elem, P.E., Art, Health, Dr. Ed.,
Fr., Latin, Ger., Span., Math., Inst.,
Mus, Vocal, Eng.; Quid., Lib., Comm.,
S.S., H.E., LA, Read, Gen Sci, Blol,
IChem., Phys., Sp. Ed., Sch Psych
Ridgewood, NJ. - All fields.
Tues., Oct. 31
Scotia, N.Y. (Burnt Hills-Ballston
Lake Schs.) -- Elem - K-6, Art, P.E.,
Lib., Slow Learn., J.H. - Art. Comm.,
Eng., Gen Sci., Lib., Math,, SS, Span,
HS. - Eng., Fr., Guid., I.A, Lib, Math,
Mus., Physics.
Scotia, N.Y. (Burnt Hills -Ballston
Lake Schs.) - Elem - K-6, Art, P.E.,
Lib., Slow Learn., J.H. - Art,, Comm.,
Eng, Gen. Sci., Lib., Math, S.S., Span.,,
H.S. - Eng., Fr, Guid, IA, Lib, Math,
Mus, Physics,

Schs.) - Fields not listed yet.
Taylor, Mich. - Elem. - K-6, J.H.
-Grls P.E., H.S. Girls P.E.
Los Angeles, Calif. - All Elem. and
Sec. fields.
Philadelphia, Pa, - Elem - K-6, Sp.
Ed., J.H.- Gen. Sci. H.S. - Span.,
Rem. Read, Vocal Mus, Girls PE, Boys
PE
IThurs., Nov. 9
Detroit, Mich. (So. Redford P.S.) -
{Fields not listed yet.
Garden City, Mich, - Elem. - Read.
H.S. = Lib.,I.A., Girls P.E, JH -. Eng/
S.S. Read.
Mount Clemens, Mich (L'Anse Creuse
P.S.) - Elem. K-5, J.H. - Math, S.S.,
H.S. - Comm
Port Huron, Mich. - Elem. - 1-4, P.E.,
Mus., Intermed., - Sci,, Couns/Math,
Span., Inst/Vocal, H.S. - I.A., Draft.,,
Math, Rem Read., M.H., Soc, Work,
Diag., Orth. Hand,
Warren, Mich (Cons. Schs.) - Elem.,
-Lib., Vocal, P.E., J.H., J.H. -Math/
Sci., H.S -.Art, Read!, Special - Soc.
Work, Homebound, Tvpe B.

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HO0W VOU CAN PARTICIPATE IN
THE CHALLENGE OF OUR TINES?
- A Four-Week Series -
SUNDAY, October 29-
"Students in Community Service": The Rev. William
Hytle, Director of the Ozarks Area Mission Community
Projects, and Chairman of the Frontier Internship Com-
mittee (a two-year Peace Corps-type project sponsored
by the Presbyterian Church) .
Supper 6:00 ($1.00) - Program 7:00
FUTURE PROGRAMS will explore the po-sibilities of participation in
the Peace Corps, the University, Christian Movement, and the inner
city.
PRESBYTERIAN CAMPUS CENTER,']1432 Woshktenow
RESERVATIONS: 665-6575 or 662-3580

Wed., Nov. 1
Inkster, Mich. (Cherry Hill PS,) - Fri., Nov. 10
Elem. - Vocal, P.E., J.H. - Math/Eng., Armada, Mich. - Elein. - 1,4,5,6,
Intermed. Type A, H.S. - Eng/Sp, Sci., Sec. - Girls P.E., Lat/Eng., Gen./
Ship. Bus., Band/Chor.
Dearborn Heights, Mich. (No, Dear- Detroit, Mich (Redford Union Schs)
born Hgts) - Elem, 1.S. - Band, - Elem - 5, J.H. - Math. Sci. M.S.-
G.P.E., Boys Couns., Girls Couns., Wood Math, H.E., Sp. Corr., Soc. Work.
Sh., Elec. Sh., Math., Eng/S.S., World l nkster, Mich. -- Elem --- Lib., Sp.
Hlst., Comm., J.H. - Sci. Ed., H.S. - Chem., Gen. Math, Attend
jCouns Sch. Soc. Work.
Fr. Nv Wyandotte, Mich (Riverview Schs.)-
Allen Park. Mich. - Elem. -- 2nd., Elem. -Art, Boys P.E., J.H. - Math,
4th., J.H. - Math., H.S. - Math Eng. S.S., Sci, Type A, HS -Eng,
Choir, Psych., Sp/Hear.

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Doctoral Examination for: Fikria Bass-
iozmy ElAmrousy, Microbiology, Thesis-
"Growth and Virologic Studies of Leu-
kocyte Cultures frome Leukemic and
Nonleukcemic Patients," at 3:00 p.m.,
Monday, October 30, in room 1566 East
Medical Building, Chairman: William
H. Murphy,
Placement
CURRENT POSITION OPENINGS:
Paul M. Friedberg & Associates, N.Y.C.
-Protect architects for growing firm
doing experimental work in planning,j
landscape arch., and urban design. De-
gree in acctg., or bus, ad. Semi-Sr.
Accountant Degree and 1 yr. in govn't.
acctg. Sr. Accountant, 3 years exper,
.Local Research Organization, Ann
Arbor, Mich. - Administrative Asst.,
Res.. Asst. -- BA Psych. Editor, Engl,
degree and med. exper. EE., exper.
Programmer, part, time. Math. Anal,
could be part time.
* Univ. of N.Y. at Binghamton, MAT
and MST Programs, internships. MST
for those having completed certific-
aion, y
For further info. pleace call 764-7460,
Gen. Div., Bureau of Appts. 3200 S.A.B.

Mon., Nov. 6
Flint, Mich. - All fields.
M~iford. Mich. (Huron Vllev Schs -

Make Appointments now!

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Elem.,JH - Math, Gen. Sdi.I pointments contact Miss DelBr
Art, Vocal, Type A. flag., Sch. S.W..euo poitetEuato'iiin
., 3200 S.A.B. 764-7459.
Sp. Corr., J.H. - Eng., Bus. Ed., Art!
Mus. App., Art, Math,. Draft, H.S. AutoENIER GPLCM TSRVE
is Al Girl P.EMake interview appointments at room
Utcic Al fields. 128-H, West Engrg, Bldg.
Tues., Nov. 7 Nov. 6, 1967
Aihin, Mch. Elm. -Boys ~ AE alytic Services Inc.
Albin, ich.- Eem.- Bos PE., Bethlehem Steel Corp.
Girls P.E., Sp, Ther,, J.H. - Art, H.S. Detroit Civil Service Commission
Voc. DeLaval Turbine Inc.
Birmingham, Mich - Elem. - K-6, R.R. Donnelly & Sons Company
P.E., Fr., Lib., Coun., J.H. - Boys P.E., General Electric Company - PhD.E
Woman Counts, Math/Sci, Math, H.S.- Recruiting
Readt., Diag., S.S., M.R. Hydronautics, Inc.
.Centerline, Mich. - Fields not listed Johnson Wax - S. C. Johnson and
Dearborn Heights, Mich. (Dist. No. 8) Son, Inc.
yet. Los Alamos Scientific Lab.
W. M. Lyles Co.
Elenm - 2, 3, 4, 5, Mus/Art. Sp. Ther., McDowell-Wellman Engrg, Co.
J.H. Math H.S. Biol/Phys. Sci. Pennsylvania R.R. Co.
Westinghouse Electric Corp. --ES-MS
Wed., Nov. 8 & Prof. recruiting.
Grosse Pointe, Mich. - All fields. U.S. Maritime Administration
St. Clair Shores, Mich. (Lakeview U.S. Naval Ordance Station

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"Eminently succeeds. A good courtroom drama that bombards the view-
er. This dramatic materialization of witnessees before the eye and ear has
much more immediacy and impact than the printed word.. Vivid and force-

Bosley Crowther -1NEW YORK TIMES

"Here it is, the people who actually saw something and believed that the
truth never did fully reveal itself. The people are real, the incidents are
there on the record. Very compelling, a good strong job. It will tend to

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Archer Winsten---NEW YORK POST

"The camera never lies, it is hard not to believe these eye-witness accounts.
It is one thing to read written testimony but quite something else to ob-
serve witnesses' facial reactions to questions and hear testimony from their
own lips. The film should win new sceptics of the Warren Commission ov-
er to Lane's side." Kathleen Carroll-NEW YORK DAILY NEWS

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