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PAGE SIX

THE MICIIIlC:A IIAIIN

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W A E S XT E M C 1E.B I .

FRIDAY, DECEMBER 1, 196".

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DAILY OFFICI
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official publication of the Univer-
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FRIDAY, DECEMBER 1
Day Calendar
Center for Programmed Learning for
Business Seminar-"Training Systems
s Workshop": Michigan Union, 8:30 a.m.
to 4:30 p.m.
r IUniversity Players Department of
Speech-Moliere's The Would-Be Gen-
Stieman: Trueblood Theater, 8:00 p.m.
University Musical Society-Handel's
"Messiah": ill Auditorium, 8:30 p.m.
General Notices
All University Musical Society ushers
are hereby reminded that two per-
~formances of the "Messiah" are in-
cluded in the Choral Union Series, and
two in the Extra Series. Your attend-
ance at these events is required unless
Syou are excused for illness. Failure to
attend may result in the loss of your
ushering privileges. These concerts are
most important. Please attend.
Student Accounts: Your attention is
called to the following rules passed by
the Regents at their meeting on Feb.
28, 1936: Students shall pay all acoount.
due the University not later than the
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a) All academic credits will be with-
held, the grades for the semester or
summer sessiond ust completed will not
be releaseda, and no transcript of creditst
will be issued.
b) All students owing such accounts
will not be allowed to register in any
subsequent semester or summer ses-
sion until payment has been made.
Placement
FSEE application for next test due
Dec. 13,
Peace Corps test Dec. 16, 220 N. Main,
Post Office, 1:30 p.m. take completed
application.
U.N. Translators examination for
Engl. motherstongue, and French (plus
others), apply before Dec. 15.
Current position openings received
by General Division, call 764-7460 for
further information.
Saginaw Valley Rehabilitation Center,
Inc., Saginaw, Mich.-Social Worker for
workshop and activity center. MSE plus
wk. w/mentally retarded or emotionally
disturbed children.
University of Washington, Seattle,
Wash.-Concert Manager, BA Music
plus 2 yrs in concert management.I
Concert scheduling,rcopying duties.
some instructional respon.
Control Data Corporation, Rochester,
Mich.-BS level engrg. degrees and
mi. 3 yrs. exper for openings in EE,
ME, Pord. Engrg~, and non-exempt posi-
tions of drafting, technicians, model
makers, and acctg. clerks.
Alexander & Baldwin, Inc., Honolulu,
Hawaii-Financial Long Range planner.
Financial analyst of capital expendi-
tures. Financial analyst of mergers,
acquisitions and dispositions. MA or
MBA plus 3 yrs exper.

Stone & Webster Engineering Cor-
poration. Garden City, N.J.-Engineer-
ing opportunities. Most require BS level
degrees and 5-10 yrs. exper. One for
overseas. One for new grad.
Seiden & De Cuevas Inc., N.Y.C.-_.
Securities Research Associate, equity
type securities, require first rate edu-
cation and desire to excel in invest-
ment banking career.
City of Portage, Mich.-Administrative
Asst, handle summer recreation pro-
gram, admin. reports, interdepartmen-
tal studies, work flow charts, and
measurement programs.
Summer Placement Service, 212, SAB,
Lower Level.
Summer work with federal agencies,
deadline for application for test is Dec.
8.
Interview,.Camp Seneca, New York,
Coed. Dec. 6, 10-4. Openings in water-
front, athletics, arts & crafts, and
drama. Men & women.
Union Carbide summer employment
applications due Jan. 1.
For further information and applica-
tion details come to 212 SAB, Summer
Placement Service.
TEACHER PLACEMENT
The following schools have recorded
vacancies for the present semester:
Monroe, Mich. (P.S.)-Elem., Type A,
J.H. Type A
River Rouge, Mich. (H.S.)-H.S. S.S.
Baltimore, Maryland (Baltimore City
P.S.)-Urges qualified applicants to
take the National Teacher Examina-
tion at the earliest convenient date.
Buffalo. N.Y, - (P.S.) - Dr. Joseph
Mancy, Supt. of Schools will hold
Examinations on Sat. Feb. 3, 1968 for
people interested in teaching in Buf-
falo, The National Teacher Examina-
tion Registration Forms must be filed
with the Educational Testing Service,
Princeton. N.J. by Jan. 12, 1968 in
order to be a participant in the Buf-
falo TeacherExaminations.
Forfurther information contact the
Bureau of Appointments: 3200 SAB.
764-7459.
Late additions-
St. Clair Shores, Mich. (Lakeview)-'
Eng. for Jan, Man Counselor for Jan.
Southgate, Mich. (H.S.)-H.S. Eng.
Lit. for Jan.

IN MIDWEST OPEN:
Gyminasts Traveln- to Chicago

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By BILL DINNER
The 1967-68 gymnastic season
begins this weekend with the Mid-
west Open at Addison Field House
in Chicago.
Competition starts this after-
noon with the 1968 Olympic pro-
gram as the compulsory routine.
The program will finish tomorrow
morning with the top six finishers
in each of the six events compet-
ing in the finals Saturday even-
ing.
As the first meet of the season,
the Midwest Open is the coach's
first real opportunity to evaluate
his team in inter-collegiate com-
petition. It also gives the players
a chance to observe their rivals in
upcoming meets.
Since the competition is open,
many coaches are taking the op-
portunity to send a number of
their top freshmen along to give
them some experience in head to
head competition.
Although there are no awards
given to individual teams, this
meet, over the years, has been a
good indication of Big Ten and
national contests.
Powerful Independent
Besides the Big Ten teams, there
will be several independents in
the meet. The best of these will
be Southern Illinois, last year'sk
NCAA champion. At the helm of
the Salukis is Bill Meade, who,
since joining SIU in 1957, hasr
built the team into a perennial
power.t
Meade has not lost a regular
season meet since the middle of1
the 1961 season. In NCAA com-
petition Meade's teams were sec-r
ond in 1961, '62, and '63, and won'
the '64, '66 and '67 championships.t
Among Meade's top honors areX
coach-of-the-year, past presidencyI
of the National Asociation of Col-
legiate Gymnastics Coaches andI
membership on the NCAA rules
committee.1
Meade is also optimistic abouti
this year's team, "This is thet
strongest we have ever had, and
although this sounds like a brok-t

Iowa, victorious against Michi-
gan last year, will come back
strong. Coach Sam Baillie's Hawk-
eyes will be lead by seniors Neil
Schmitt and Marc Slotten. Baillie
thinks Slotten has improved on
side horse and vaulting this year,
Schmitt workedvall-around last
year, but may concentrate more on
the horizontal bar.
Bob Dicken, who was expected
to back up Schmitt, will be out all
season due to an injury received
last year.
Iowa finished third last year in
the nationals and is favored in the
Big Ten race. Baillie said, "There
is no doubt in my mind that
Michigan State, Michigan, and
Iowa will figure in the Big Ten
race."
MSU Power
The Spartans will also come en
masse. George Szypula, State
coach since 1947, will bring his
two stars, Dave Thor and Ed
Gunny. Thor topped last year's
Spartan team in numerous evets
and seems destined for another
great season.
Gunny, who won the 1966cham-
pionship on the still rings, will
perform on the horizontal bars, as
well. Toby Towson won the Big
Ten floor exercise as a sophomore
and he too will return.
Trampoline Mainstays
Leading the 20 man Michigan
contingient is captain Wayne Mil-
ler. Miller heads up the world
renowned Michigan trampoline

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DAVE JACOBS

en record, we have excellent depth.
We are weaker in the trampoline
but stronger everywhere else.
There are ten seniors returning
and seven sophs are up from a
real good freshman squad. I think
we have a good chance to win
the National title."

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DECEMBER GRADS
Order Caps and Gowns
from MOES
NOW until December ]1st-absolute mfg. deadline

The mainstay of Southern Il- squad, which also features Dave
linois is Fred Dennis, the only Jacobs and George Huntzicker.
defending champ returning. Den- Jacobs was NCAA tramp champ
nis was selected to attend the pre- in '67, and Coach Newt Loken
Olympic trials in Mexico this year, thinks that Huntzicker is just as
but was unable to when he had to good. The Michigan trampoline
prove his citizenship and could team, winner of the crown eight
not produce the proper papers. of the last ten years, is heavily
Right behind Dennis is senior favored again.
Paul Mayer. Mayer started out as Sophomore Sid Jensen, who was
a still ring specialist, and though on the Canadian Pan Am squad,
he proved effective on them, plac- should be strong in floor-ex as
ing second in still ring competi- well as parallel bars and rings.
tion in 1966, he has changed to Several freshmen will attend the
all-around, and will probably en- meet for their first taste of col-
ter five events this weekend.. legiate competition.

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