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FRIDAY, DECEM~BER 8, 1967

THE MICHIGAN DAILY

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DAILY OFFICIAL
BULLETIN
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processing institute for education in
this field, opportunities for growth in-
to individual institute Registrar and
. regional registrar are unlimited. Gen.
Bus., MBA pref.
F. W.' Means & Co., Chicago, Ill.--
All areas of business, data processing,
gen. engrg., indust. mgmt., degree in
Bus. Ad, IE.
Franklin Life Insurance Co., Spring-
field, Ill.-Seek BA/of MA students,
acturial, math, for investment analysis,
trng. positions in EDP.
Fraternity Publication Service, Bloom-
ington, Ind. - Campus and regional
managers, essentially in business for
yourself, bus. or journ. degree, former
frat. leader on campus.
Fred Harvey Co., Chicago, Ill.-Perm.
and summer jobs for assistant mana-
gers, food producers, and jobs for sum-
mer in several national parks.
IBM, Chicago, Ill.-BA or adv. degrees
all disciplines, mktg., computer applica-
tions, programming, r&d., manuf.,
engrg, finance and admin.
J. L. Hudson, Detroit, Mich.-Mgmt.
trng in all areas, BA or MA degrees in
Bus. Ad., Mktg., Acctg. of home econ.
Marshall Field & Co., Chicago, Ill.-
beginning level jobs leading to supx.
positions in all areas, gradw with gen.
bckrnd, bus. home econ., or lib. arts.
N.C.R., Detroit, Mich.--Sales in all
departments, min 2 yrs. college, Bus.
or acctg., men, age 22-35.
Penn Mutual Life Insurance Co., In-
dianapolis. Ind.--Sales mgmt trainees,
leading to ownership of agency.
U.S. Weather Bureau, Dept. of Com-
nerce, midwest states-Examination, BA
in meterology, several levels.
Connecticut Careers-Marriage and
family counselor, PhD and 1 yr em-
ployment in medically supv. agency,
MA/MSW and 3 yrs. Case Aide, 2 yrs.
college. Medical record librarian, 4 yrs.
'employment in med. records or 2 yrs
library tng.
City of Detroit, Mich.-Senior Pub-
licist, degree in journ, speech or engl,
and exper on metropolitan newspaper
or govnt. publications. Group Activity
Specialist, degree MSW with specializa-
tion in soc. wk., techniques.
Washington State pecialists for im-
plementation of Clean Air Act, BA de-
grees in phys. sci., publ. health, engrg.
or rel. flds.
Choate School, Wallingford, Conn.-
Yale-Choate fellowship for secondary
school teaching Men, Yale MAT degree.
Salary and board & room.
Chesterton Packing and Mechanical
Seals, Everett, Mass.-Sales positions in
any area of U.S.
Washington State-Personnel Training
Coord, BA in soc st., bus. ad and 5
yrs, professional personnel work. Execu-
tive Officer of Foreign Trade, BA in
econ., bus. ad., soc. sci. plus 6 yrs or
grad degree.
Super Valu Stores Inc., Hopkins,
Minn.-Market Analyst, Bus. Ad. degree,
mktg. manor, Oper Res. oriented, 2-4
ys.in this fid. Planning Analyst, MA
h s 2-4 yrs. Sales Manager, espe.
Industrial Engineer, IE plus 2-4 yrs
exper.
Personnel Consultants, Chicago, Ill.-
Plant Manager for manuf. of power
transmissions equip. BSE in ME, 12 'yrs
in supv. manuf..

First National Bank, Madison, Wis.-
undergrad or grad degree with banking
exper, commercial credit backrnd. Di-
rector of Mktg., mktg. major and 2-3
yrs. exper.
County of Westchester, White Plains,
N.Y.-Public Assistance. Child Welfare,
and Medical Assistance Units seek Social
Case Workers, BA in any curriculum.
Interlochen Arts Academy, Interloch-
en, Mich.-FM station WIAA, person
to write and produce several radio
programs, working knowl. of serious
music, famil. with sound recording
techniques and equipment.
International Schools Services, N.Y.C.
-Admin. Asst, Tunis Tunisia. Other
education positions abroad.
Summer Placement Service: 212 SAB,
Lower Level.
. Seasonal or summer work with Fed-
eral Agencies: Application for the only
test this year must be filed before Dec.
8. ,
French Students: Camp Counselor,
International Exchange Program, Con-
necticut.
Horn of Plenty, Detroit, Mich. Christ-
mas work in Detroit for Men with

station wagon or small truck. Must be
18 or over.
Marshall Field and Co., Chicago, Ill.
-Freshmen and Soph., Board in down-
town area will be held during Xmas
holidays, for Chicago residents only.
Unique Summer Job, International
Cheerleading Foundation, Kansas City,
Mo.-Men with exper in Gymnastics,
Public Speaking, or Cheerleading. Di-
rectors of workshops needed, openings
all over the country.
Interviews at Summer Placement:
Dec. 11, Camp White Pine, Canadian
Coed. 10 a.m.-5 p.m. M & F. Counselors
and Section heads, Spec in arts&crafts,
ceramics canoeing and sailing.
DOCTORAL EXAMINATIONS
Doctoral Examination for: Mark Rich-
ard Newberger, Chemical Engineering,
Thesis: "Optimal Operation of a Tubu-
lar 'Chemical Reactor," on Friday, De-
cember 8 at 2:30 p.m. in Room 3201 East
Engineering, Chairman: R. H. Kadlec.
Doctoral Examination for: James Mer-
edith Hedegard, Psychology, Thesis:
"Student-Instructor Interaction and Its
Effects on Student Achivement and
Attitudes," on Tuesday, Dec. 12 at 4

p.m.'in Room 3419 Mason Hall, Chair-
man: W. J. McKeachie.
Doctoral Examination for: Jerrold
Glenn Rusk, Political Science, Thesis:
"The Effect of the Australian Ballot
Reform on Split Ticket Voting: 1876-
1908," on Friday, December 15 at 10 a.m.
In Political Behavior Library, ISR
Bldg., Chairman: P. E. Converse.
Doctoral Examination for: Ellen Ros-
ser Smith, English Language and Lit-
erature, Thesis: "Yeate's Cultural
Touchstone: The Period from Dante
to Shakespeare," on Monday, Decem-
ber 18 at 4 p.m. 'in Room 625 Haven
Hall, Chairman: D. L. Hill.

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