THE MICHIGAN DAILY
THURSDAY, DECEMBER 7,1967
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official publication of the Univer- Learning Workshop": Michigan Union, New Play Project - Studs Terkel's Information Office, 764-0583 to make mathematical ability, sales exper in
sity of Michigan for which The 8:30 a.m. to 5:00 p.m. Amazing Grace: Lydia Mendelssohn arrangements for an audition. Re- sheet and coil metals.
Michigan Daily assumes no editor- Theater, 8:30 p.m. hearsals are from 10:30 a.m. to 12:15 Starr Commonwealth for Boys, Albion, *
ial responsibility. Notices should be School of Music Recital-Voice De- ' 7 . p.m, three days a week. Concerts once Michigan-private school for emotion-
sent in TYPEWRITTEN form to partment Student Recital: School of ( y(G eera l VoIYtie a month during semester at Hill Audi- ally disturbed and socially maladjusted
Room 3564 Administration Bldg. be- Music Recital Hall, 12:30 p.m. torium. boys seeks man to supervise News
fore 3 p.m. of the day preceding Registration materials of Graduate Bureau for expanding public relations
publication and by 2 p.m. Friday School of Music Recital-Students of Students planning to enroll in the Win- Doctoral Examination for: Mary Cyn- efforts of the school. New position of-
for Saturday and Sunday. General the String Department: School of Music ter Term may be picked up in the thia DeJong, English Language and fering growth, major in Journal., or
Notices may be published a maxi- Recital Hall, 3:45 p.m. Rackham Building (weekdays only) De- Literature, Thesis: "Structure in the English with exper in mass media. Will
mum of two times on request; Day cember 11-22 from 8:00-12:00 and 1:00- Poetry of Ralph Waldo Emerson, Emily writes releases, public speaking, and
Calendar items appear once only, Department of Speech Student Lab- 4:00. We will open again on January Dickinson and Robert Frost," on Thurs- . handling correspondence related to pub-
Student organization notices are not oratory Theatre Program-Charles Rein- 2 at 8:00 a.m. day, December 7, at 9 a.m. in Room lic rel.
accepted for publication. For more hold's The Bikini and Douglas Sprigg's 1611 Haven Hall, Chairman: J. R. Michigan Civil Service, announces na-
information call 764-9270. The Jail: Arena Theater, Frieze Build- Grade sheets for Fall 1967 have been Squires. tionwide examination in all areas, be-
ing, 4:10 p.m. sent to departments for distribution ! ginning levels, of conservation. dates
THURSDAY, DECEMBER 7 n,4:;pm to instructors. Any grade sheet with Doctoral Examination for: Alfred Ellis fora pplicatons are due Jan.29. Also
C G -r s degree students should be submitted Hoover, Chemistry, Thesis: "Effect of examination application due Jan 3 for
s:Calendar Ain'eGud-FW tMrum. Sun- to the Office of the Registrar within Vibration on the Electrochemical Kine- Library Assastants, two levels, several
rise: Architecture Auuditorium, 7:00 48 hours after the examination. Grade tics at a Nickel Electrode," on Thurs- areas of Mich.. require two year college
Center for Programmed Learning for and 9:05 p.m. jsheets for non-degree students should day, December 7 at 3 p.m. in Room program for library technicians.
be submitted within 72 hours after the 3003 Chemistry Bulidng, Chairman: The Welfare Federation, Cleveland
examination. All grades should be sub- E. F. Westrum, Jr. MetropolitanArea - Summer work ex-
mitted on or before Friday, December perience program for college students
SO YOU DON'T HAVE THE FUNDS TO TAKE A SHORT JAUNT TO 22. A grade messenger service will be Placeient interested In exploring social work as
A FOEIGNLAND Dont wory-w hav don it or yu. Cme se prviprovided eglaronsiabregular- a basis mebyndthee,,Of-mor
A s b Don't worry-we have done for you. Come see fie ofthe Registrar tosdepartmental Current positions received by Gen- paid eeks n ad wevomen,8 or more
our shiny bross bowls from Korea or our round Moroccan brass tray offices on the central campus beginning eral Division, call 764-7460 for further pad es i ela s lg.
tables. Feast your eyes on a Numdo" rug from lndio and carved wood- Wednesday, December 13 and continu- information. shBambergers, Div. of R. H. Macy &
en heads from Tanzania. If you're still not convinced; would you believe ing through Friday, December 22. Motorola Inc., Semiconductor Pro- Co., Inc.. Newark, N. J. - Brochure
RICE PAPER TEMPLE RUBBINGS? These fragile sheets of, that's Grades may also be submitted directly ducts Division, Phoenix, Arizona-Adv, Leader of the New Retailing" for
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in Thailand, then rubbed with charcoal to produce an impression Istration Building, during working Promotion Specialists for specific pro- lib. arts emphasis. Career opportuni-
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All teacher's certificate candidates: bckrnd. 2) Technical Information Spe- Oberlin College, MAT Program in
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