Tuesday, September 24, 1968
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THEOSOPHICAL SOCIETY of Ann Ar-
bor presents "Growth through many
4 lives" byMMiss Winifred ' House,
MONTESSORI School. Fri., Sept. 27,
8:30-9:30, Arn Arbor Public Library
basement conference room. P26
YES IT'S TRUE THAT BOBBI, the
world's second best chocolate phip
cookie makeris in residence on this
campus. Keep it up. PD
FOR SALE-Diamond Engagemelit Ring.
EDUCATION at its pest. Austin Dia-
mond, 1209 S. University, "63-7151. F
We will display & sell your. paint-
ings, etc. for you. Sometimes we
204,N. Fifth Ave.
BE GROUP-MINDED - Sauna with
\your fiends. AA Gymkhana, 662-9200.
RAY BASSMAN: My friend came but'I
almost wish he hadn't. I'd like to
meet you at the UGLI. 764-3916. The
gid in the black vinyl hat. ' , F40.
0" ME TO
10 NITE ,
Short panel presetations followed
by aalong floor disoussion will focus .
upon the implications, of Israel for
Jews ontside it, and for Jewish rei- 1
gidn. CO6me and test your views,
r Wed., Sept. 25, 8:30 p.mn. At Hillel,
1429 Hill St. / F42
JAN: CongratUlat ons You're~ a, big
girl now., Happy Birthday, LtV-lrw.
SUSAN B. - Lou W., Poker, Thurs.
Nite, Knob Hill, Linda, #lowers, Mus-
cles, 5:00 A.M., Fishbowl, Stare, Sim-
my, Madison, Lou 1., Pink Catawba
,Wine, Green Le Mans, Lac-rK.K. PB
SEI Needs Tout Mass Meeting'Rm. 130
Bus. Ad. 8:00, Wed. Sept. 25. F38.
IN ED. SCHOOL,? Innotation? Yes!
Mass Meeting SET, Sept. 25, 8 p.i.,
130 Bus. Ad. F37j
HILAL CHOIR NEEDS TENORS for
High Holiday Servioes. Call 764-1079.
SGC MEMBERSHIP BOARD
Tuesday, Sept. 24, 1968
pick up petitions ;
1546, BAB' F32"
KOREAN KARATE (Tae Kwan Do) Ann'
Arbor Gymkhana, 862-$200. F*iA
HANG IN THERE SPORTS FANS: See
"Talk to Don Canham" ad on sports
page. - F22
WANTED NOW: ]ide to Chicago or
Madison. Elaine: 665-6624. F12
TV RENTALS $10.00 per month. FREE
Service and delivery. Call NEJAC TV
Rentals, 662-5671 today. F39
WANTED-Male Roommate for 2-man
apt. 8 mo. lease. Call 663-0120 or
Sa'ms . Store
LEVI'S Galore For
Gals and Guys!
Button Fly $ 5.29
(Guaranteed to Shrink)
Super Slims . .$5.50
Npw Levi Denims
for Gals . . .....$6.00
LEVI'S STA PREST:
"White" Levi's .. $6.98
Nuvo Hopsack .. $8.00
"Stitches" .. .. $6.98,
ALTO RECORDER. Would like to join;
a group. Marjie Smith, 668-8239. F36
1967 FORD ANGLIA. Must be sold. 30
miles per gallon; 6500 miles; $900 or
best offer; phone 665-8163. PC
1. HESSE, GJELSNES , BLOCK .s..
OVERFLOW Magazine. Coming soon,
WHY MESS with erasing carbon cop-
ies? Why ruin your papers with
smudges? Why not? Because you can
now Xerox your original at only tc
per copy during business hours, or
ice, S. Univ, right next to U. Towers.
only 6c per copy on overnight ser,-
769-0560. F ie
ARCHERY CLUB--Mass Meeting Thurs.,
Sept. 26, Room 3D Union, 8 p.m. ror
further information, call 763-2611 or
761-7657. * P39
DON'T LEND HIM YOUR NOTES; he
might lose the whole set. Xerox them
instead, and save hours andi hours
of copying by hand. Only 80 per
page. S. UJnlv. right next to U. Tow-
ers. 769-0560. F17
WAKE-UP SERVICE-Have your phone
rind at any designated time day or
night-LOW fRATES. DON"r BE LATE
FOR CLA8S OR WORK - AGAIN.
TELEPHONE ANSWERING SZRVICE,
665-8871 (24 hours). !e
$7.50 Rh positive. $10 and $12 Rh
negative. Mon., Tues.. TlFurs,. Fri~,
9-4; Wed,1-7. 18-21years old need'
404 W. Michigan, Ypsilanti
Michigan Community Blood Center
FARFISA ORGAN Compact deluxe Bo-
gan 'P.A. amp. and mixer, two p.a.
columns with six 8" spks. each.
Phone Coralations, 761-1537. X21
FAMOUS GUITAR w./case. $60. 663-
12 STRING GUITAR - Harmony. New
tuning heads & bridge. Unique sound.
$135. 761-0657. X40
MAYBELL TENOR BANJO. Best offer.
Call Ian, 665-4840. X29
GIBSON S.G. Special solid body guitar,
$150. 1968 Fender Band Master amp.
Call 761-8108. X28
WANTED TO RENT
OLDER GRAD STUDENT interested in
earning room & board in return for
kitchen duties. 662-1927 after 7 p.m.
COED interested in single apt. or room
that's ayailable now. 665-3783. C31
STUDENT desperately needs room! L
6ation not important. Tom, 662-7040.
MARRIED COUPLE need apt. near hosp.
starting late Dec. or early Jan. Please
call Bob at 761-4442, Li
PARKING BY SEMESTER, near S. Tniv.
& Forest. Area paved. $10/mo. Phone
8 MO. LEASE: Need 1 girl, $65. 665-
HOSPITALS: 1 block from either. Large,
2 bdrm., furnished apartments. Call
FEMALE to share with srs. and glad
deluxe, large 2 bdrm. furn. unit.
Close to campus. $05/mo. 927 S Forest,
No. 103 after 5:30 p.m. Call 665-2719.
NELSON INTERNATIONAL 'HOUSE,
724. .Tappan has . a vacancy for a
woman student. Room and board
$450/sem. Not a'4co-op. -Call 761-8045
and ask for Joan. 't.C16
Need 3rd man to share large 3
bdrni apt (331 Cath.). PRIVATE
bdrm, utilities) paid. 761-2943. C2
Call Charter Realty at 665-8825.
Garage or parking lot.,Reasonable
rates. Call Charter Realty.! 665-0154.
2 BEDROOM, 2 MAN
Modern apt. on campus, with all the
inquiries. From $200 per month. Call
Summit Associates at 761-8055. C18
1937 AUSTIN- 7, 45,000 mi., runs per-
fectly, beautiful condition. 665-5522.
GARAGES TO, RENT. May be locked.
Lease. 723 Packard near State. C49
THE GOOD LIFE
For young doctors, nurses, teachers,
stewardesses, researchers, profession-.
al people, and grad students.
ONE GIRL wanted for 3-man apart-
ment. $50 per month. Call 761-7593
or 663-8413. C20
4TH MAN NEEDED for mod. 2 bdrm.,
on campus apt., air-cond., etc. $60/
mo. 761-1840. 1C17
PARKING SPACE across from U tow-
ers. $10 Call 769-4627 after 6. 014
62 VW, new tires, new brakes. Must
sell. $300. Call 769-4380. N22
TR 3 '60, new paint, new tires, top &
side curtains. Excellent mechanically,
$1000 or offer. 764-8966. NC
1965 ALPHA ROMEO 1600 Spyder convt.
Exc'ellent. Must sell IMMEDIATELY.
$1700. Call 662-4909. N19
SUNBEAM ALPINE '66 white convert-
ible, Ex. cond., brand new muffler,
recent eng. tune-up, new tires. Draft-
ed, must sell. 434-3031 N16
FORD '66 Galaxy 500, 2 dr., h.t., p.s.,
auto, 352 cu. in., V8, etc. Ex. Cond.
Dan, 761-6541 N18
PORSCHE, 1958, new paint undercoat.
Good cond. 769-1665. N11
62 MGA 1600 MKII, good cond., $650.
483-4595 after 6 p.m. N6
MGB 1966-Radio, Htr., wire whls, new
radials. Black w/red inter. Slight
body damage, mechanically excel-
lent. Many extras. Call Bob or Debby
at 769-5906 after 5. N40
BUICK SPECIAL, 1964, 4-door sedan,
V-6 stick, ex. cond. $600. 510 Cather-
ine 668-8598 after 5 p.m. N9
'65 MG 1100 Sesan. uMst sell. $500 or-
best offer. 665-6051. N10
'65 MGB, AM-FM, 2 top wire wheels.
After, 5 call 971-4428. N5
MAN'S ENGLISH BICYCLE. Excel.
cond. 665-3447. B2
DUAL 1019 W. deluxe base and dust
cover-$100. Dyna Stereo 70-$100, 2
AR-4X speakers in oiled walnut-$90.
All in excel. condition. Call C. Broder-
sen, 763-2616 after 5 or on weekends.
COUCHES FOR SALE: 2 in good cond.,
best offer. 483-6434. * B
'66 YAMAHA CATALINA. $275. Helmets
and access. included. 761-3996. B45
STEREO TAPE DECK - Akai X-150D,
five months old, mint condition. Call
MALE HELP WANTED: Part time truck
loaders from 4:30 p.m. until 9. Re-'
port to work to Mr. Prinzl. Coca-Cola
Botitling Co., 1935 S. Industrial Hwy.
WAITERS WANTED for lunches and
dinners. Call 761-0384. H39
NEW DIVISION OF ALCOA. 662-9726
MALE OR FEMALE
EVENING HELP WANTED
A part-time job where you set your'
own hours, work in your spare time
and need no experience.
Excellent working cond., friendly
personnel, very well paid,
Interested? Inquire in person at
the PretzelBell, 102 E. Liberty.
COLLEGE MEN. Flexible hours. Inter-
viewing single7working girls. Car ne-
cessary: Call 761-8015. H31
KITCHEN HELP WANTED. Call Kappa
Sigma, 761-7103. H5
KITCHEN HELP WANTED: Call CHI
PSI, 761-6281. H16
SUBJECTS WANTED: Males who do
not wear glasses for reading, to par-
ticipate in psychological experiment
on perception. $1.50 for one hour. Call
HELP WANTED-Male or Female. Addi-
tional part-time help needed for days,
evenings, or weekends. Apply Mister
S Restaurant, 3325 Washtenaw near
Arboriand. Phone 662-0022. H26'
APPLIED DYNAMICS is leading the
development of hybrid technology.
Our continued growth has created
new opportunities in:
DIGITAL COMPUTER PROGRAMMING
COMPUTER SYSTEM DESIGN
LOGIC AND CIRCUIT DESIGN
Experience in hybrid or digital
computer technology is desirable
but not necessary. Part time ap-
plicants will be considered.
For further information or an in-
terview appointment contact;
Mr. Robert B. Higdon
APPLIED DYNAMICS, INC.
2275 Platt Rd.
Ann Arbor, Mich.
An Equal Opportunity Employer
MEDICAL FRATERNITY kitchen job.
Primarily lunch work, limited dinner.
66 -4530. H17
STUDENT WITH INITIATIVE and
transportation needed for part-time,
sales works Flexible hours. Interesting
work. Call 313-498-2618 for interview.
EXPERIENCED SALESMEN, fuli and
part-time days for home entertain-
' ment equipment sales, Stereo con-
soles, components, TV, photo equip-
ment, etc. at Stereolanid, Detroit and
Livonia. Call Mr. Leinback for ap-
pointment. BR3-8921. H8
BIKES AND SCOOTERS
HONDA 305 SUPERHAWK, 1965. Very
good condition. Ask for Mark. 761-
HONDA. Call 665-2885 after 5. Zl
305 cc. HONDA CB77. '6. Good shape,
$425. Call Paul. 761-7060 around 6
SUZUKI '66 250cc X6 Hustler. Extras.
$350. 6-9 p.m. 662-4274. Z33
1965 YAMAHA 80. 2400 miles. Exc. cond.
$150. John Evans, 769-0868. , Zi
67 HONDA S90. 2900 mi. Excel. cond.'
$250. 763-3290. Z2
450 HONDA. 4200 mi. Best over $700.
1965 HONDA 50 cc plus 2 helmets, good
cond. Call 761-3883. Z49
1964. ALL-STATE 250 cc, $190. Needs
work-good buy. 665-9840 eves. Z50
1966 SUZUKI X-6. $375. Call Lauri, 761-
1966 HONDA Super Hawk, exc. cond.
$425 w/helmets. Dave-665-9741, ext
368. Evenings call Bart, 1-227-3540.
- Cycle Insurtance
New reduced rates. As low as $18
for liability insurance. Renwick In-
surance, 437-2403, South Lyon. Z27
1966 YAMAHA 250-Call Rick at 761-
1968 BSA 441 Shooting Star. Perfect
cond., 3000 mi. 663-3856. Z6
WANTED TO BUY
THREE TICKETS together to Navy
game. Will pay $15 for 3 good seats.
Call Stan after 2. 769-4616. K31
GODeLY GEE, I'd like to buy a guitar'
of an acoustic nature. Call Mike at
WANTED: 4 tickets to Mich/Mich. State
game. After 5:30, 663-6843. - K49
PLANE OR BOAT'TICKET WANTED
to Europe. Call Ken. 769-1511.' KC
PAPERS, ESSAYS, 1; FPORTS. TESE:
Perfect copies new t.r;ly 6c on~ over'-
night service. Use correct-o-tape or
unlimited erasures on your' original
and yet be assured of copies that
even look better than the original
from the new Xerox 2400 duplicator.
We supply 20 wgt. copy paper free.
Overnight service 'only 6c per page
(stored in office safe for complete
safety of documents). Immediate
service during business hours only
Tc per page. S. Univ. right next to
U. Towers.' 769-0560. U
LOST AND FOUND
LOST: Black & White kitten, vie
911 Oakland. If found please
LOST - pair of girl's glasses. Tot
shell in red case. Lost Sept. 18.C
be anywhere. Please call 769-3466
LOST--Black zip-up briefcase, lab
"Performance Seminar." Call
3095 after 7 p.m. REWARD.
LOST - Diamond lavalere. Re
Please call 769-4472.
EXPERIENCED TYPIST. Will ty
my home. Call 665-4380.
ROOM AND BOARD
ROOM AND/OR BOARD avail.
prices. Call 769-1151. Girls only.
Professional resident manager
Excellent resfdential setting
adjacent to the main campus.
Loop Course Interviews:
1335 S. University
MED. AND LAW STUDENT need room-
mate for 2-bedroom 3-man apt. 761-
Beautiful 2 bdrm., bi-level apt. for
2- to 5 people. Call 665-0154. 014
FOR 3-5 PEOPLE
1 & 2 BDRM. APTS.
Open Mon.-Sat. - 9:30-5:00
What is the Bethlehem Loop Course? It is our ma
with bachelors' or advanced degrees.
The course starts early in July with four weeks of
Pa. Loopers attend lectures on every phase of the ca
visits tno a steel plant
nagement developipent program for graduates
f orientation at our home offices in Bethlehem,
orporation's activities, and-make almost daily
. a w.- .r
Steel Plant Loopers, who comprise a majority of the average loop class of 150 to 200 graduates,
proceed to various plants where they go through a brief orientation program before beginning
their on-the-job training assignments. Within a short time after joining the course, most loopers
are ready for assignments aimed toward higher levels of management.
How about other loopers? Our Sales Department loopers (30 or so) remain at the home office for
about a year of training. Most are then assigned to district offices where they take over established
Fabricated Steel Construction loopers are trained in a drafting room, on a field erection project,
in a fabricating shop, and in an engineering office. A looper's. first work assignment is based on
interests and aptitudes disclosed during this program.
Loopers in Accounting, Shipbuilding, Mining, Research, Traffic, Purchasing, Finance and Law,
General -Services, and Industrial and Public Relations go through training programs tailored to
their types of work.
Where would YOU fit in? Check your degree or the one most similar to it.
Be a member of the foremost design team in the
graphic arts industry. An excellent future awaits
the man who. has potential and the willingness to
help us maintai. our position as
The Wlorld'S Largest Mfg.
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We want men who are willing to learn and prepare
themselves for responsible positions in
MECHANICAL ENGINEERING-Engineering of me-
chanical maintenance departments of steel plants, fabfl-
cating works, mining operations, and shipyards. Fuel and
combustion departments. Supervision of production oper-
ations. Marine engineering assignments in Shipbuilding
Department. Also: Sales or Research.
METALLURGICAL ENGINEERING - Metallurgical
departments of steel plants and manufacturing operations.
Engineering and service divisions. Technical and super-
visory positions in steelmaking departments and rolling
mills. Also: Research or Sales.
CHEMICAL ENGINEERS-Technical and supervisory
positions in coke works, including production of byprod-
uct chemicals. Fuel and combustion departments, includ-
ing responsibility for operation and maintenance of air
and water pollution control equipment. Engineering and
metallurgical departments. Steelmaking operations. Also:
Research or Sales.
INDUSTRIAL ENGINEERING-Positions in steel
plants, fabricating works, shipyards, and mines. Engi-
neering and maintenance departments. Supervision of
steelmaking, rolling, manufacturing, and fabricating
operations. Also: Sales.
CIVIL ENGINEERING: Fabricated Steel Construction
assignments in engineering, field erection, or works man-
agement. Steel plant, mine, or shipyard assignments in
engineering, construction, and maintenance. Supervision
of production operations. Sales Department assignments
as line salesman or sales engineer (technical service to
architects and engineers).
ELECTRICAL ENGINEERING-Steel plant, fabricat-
ing works, mining operations, and shipyard electrical
engineering, construction, and maintenance departments.
Technical and supervisory positions in large production
operations involving sophisticated electrical and elec-
tronic equipment. Also: Research or Sales.
MINING ENGINEERING - Our Mining Departmient
operates coal and iron ore mining operations and lime-
stone quarries, many of which are among the most mod-
er and efficient in the industry. This 10,000-man activity
offers unlimited opportunities to mining engineers. Also:
NAVAL ARCHITECTS AND MARINE ENGINEERS:
Graduates areurged to inquire about opportunities in our
Shipbuilding Department, including the Cer 'al Techni-
cal Division, our design and engineering organization.
OTHER TECHNICAL DEGREES-Every year we re-
,cruit loopers with technical degrees other than those listed
above. Seniors enrolled in such curricula are encouraged
to sign up for an interview.
ACCOUNTANTS-Graduates in accounting or business
administration (24 hours of accounting are preferred) are
recruited for training for supervisory assignments in our
3,000-man Accounting Department.
OTHER NON-TECHNICAL DEGREES - Graduates
with degrees in liberal arts,'business, and the humanities
are invited to discuss opportunities in the Sales Depart-
ment. Some non-technical graduates may be, chosen to fill
openings in steel plant operations and other departments.
100% LAMBS WOOL
Our company's rapid growth and long-term need for quali-
fied technsical personnel will provide many challenges for
the man who knows what he wants and is willing to work
Our representative will be on your campus Thurs.; Oct. 3.
Arrange an interview through the Placement Office or send
a resume to:
NOW'S THE TIME TO SIGN UP FOR AN INTERVIEW. And when you register at the place-
ment office, be sure to pick up a copy of our booklet; "Careers with Bethlehem Steel and the
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