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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

Friday, October 1 1, 1968

THE MICHIGAN DAILY Friday, Octoker 11, 1968

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14, Cornell University; Tuesday, Octo- Dayton, Ohio: Men and Women. After-
ber "15, Northwestern University School noon only. BA/BS Econ., Engl., Gen.#
L OFFICIAL, of Law; Tuesday,. October 22, George- Lib. Arts, Speech and Soc. for Mgmt.
town University School of Law; Mon- Trng, and Merchandising.I
day, November 4, Case Western Reserve; U. S. Air Force, Ann Arbor, Mich.:
BULLETIN Thrusday, October 10, University of Vir- Men and women, all degrees at BA/BSj
ginia School of Law. Appointments may level for Officer Program,.
<;;":;"::<::< > . ..;<,;:;::.:<>:;;:be arranged with Mrs. Towle in 1223
ontinued from Page 8) Angell Hall or by calling 764-0312 Current position openings received by
General Division by Mail and Phone,
at 7 p,m.) Ed Burrows hosts ,,please call 764-7460 for further informa-
news and conversation about laCe efif t tion:
and literature. Guest: Alisa Flint Community Schools, Mich.: Seek
translator of German auth- 3200 S.A.B. Landscape architect.
Aichinger. Friday 1:00 p.m. GENERAL DIVISION General Electric Defense Electronics
Midway, U. of Chicago - -+-- Division, Birmingham, N. Y.: Avionic
ries- of Public Programs", Placement Interviews: The following Controls Dept. seeks Technical Libra-
H. Keyserling, Pres., Confer- organizations will interview at Place- rian, MALS required.
conomic Progress. Friday' 5:00 ment Services, the representatives ex- Abitibi Corporation, Birminghamg,
s on Students, produced by pect to see at least a vita sheet on in- Mich.: Product Development Depart-
in the department of speech. terviewees, therefore, if you are n o t ment engineer, architectural, mechan-
5 p.m. Business Review, with already registered with the General ical, or wood tech. bckrnd approp. Supv.
s Wilhelm. Friday 9:45 p.m. Division, please stop in and let us pro- manuf. and trial lots of board and their
in-a Symposium: iRed China vide you with the proper materials. erection and field testing. '
West: Dr. Donald S. Zagoria, Please call 763-1363, to make appoint- Dickinson County Hospitals, Iron Mt.,
'arch Inst. of Modern Asia, n-ents'by phone, or stop in and make Mich.: Medical Technologist, ASCP,, or
bllege, on "The Sino-Soviet appt. in person. Make appts. as soon elig.
the Viet Nam War". as possible, none accepted after 4 p.m. Automobile Association of American,
the Viet Nam War". Saturday day preceding visit. Detroit, Mich.: Casualty Actuarial
Football: The U-M vs. Mich- Trainee, Man or woman, BS math, with
, the play-by-play report with WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 16, 1968 - -
ingway from Ann Arbor. Sa- TMichigan Consolidated Gas Company,
15 p.m. Jazz Revisited: with Detroit, Mich.: Men andf Women. BA/
humacher. - Drummers. BS,item., Econ., Math and Whysis for
ter program: On Sunday, Oc- Mgmt; Trng. Acctg. Programmning a n d
'he following program pro- Systems Analysis.

some statistical and business lbckrnd,
exper not necess.7
Bristol Laboratories, Syracuse, N.Y.:I
Degrees at BS/MS levels in Biomed. En-
grg., Chem E., ME, Chem., CE. IE, Pref.I
Engr., Pharmacy, Vet. Path, M.D., and
openings in areas of EDP, Mktg..
Budget, Cost, and Product Promotion.
Both exper and not.
Management Consultants: for local
and Detroit area firms: Personnel Man-{
ager, degree and -3 years in personnel..
Accounting. EDP sales. Industrial sales,
Mechanical engrs, Electrical Engr. Me-
tallurgical Engr. Finmncial Analyst, Cost
Analyst. Attorneys. Corporate Trng. Di-
rector. Director of Operations. Man-
agement Trainee. Controller. Operations'
Research. Syst. Anal. Indust. Engr.,
Chem. Engr. Computer Programmer.
Detroit Edison Company, Detroit,
Mich.: Auditing Dept. seeks finance ma-
jor, or 11. arts bckrnd with math or
econ. major. 3-5 years acetg. exper.
TEACHER PLACEMENT:
The following schools have listed va-
cancies for the presents semester:
Ida, Michigan (P.S.) Social Studies -
HS.

Jackson, Michigan (P.S.): Elem. -6,
Typing Jr. High, Reading Jr. High, Biol..
H.S.. Counselor Jr. & Sr. High.j
Sitka, Alaska: P.S. 6th grade and Jr.
High Basketball Coach.
Cedarhurst, L.I., N.Y.: Elem. Vocal
teacher.
W Allis; Wisc.: Choral Teacher HS.
For further information contact the
Placement Services, 3200 S.A.B. 764-7459.
- CHEMISTRY PLACEMENT
SERVICE
/ 2035 Chemistry-Pharm. Bldg.
764-7317
OCTOBER 11 (Friday):
Union Carbide Chemicals and
Plastics: PhD and Postdoc in all phases
of Chem. and Biochem. All Locations.
Polymer. U..S. Citizenship is NOT re-
quired.
Dow Corning Company: BS/MS/PhD
in Math, Business, Physics and ALL
fields of Chem. U. S. Citizen. R & D
Summer work.
General Motors Research Labora-
tories: MS/PhD in Org. & Phys. Chem.
PhD also in Gen. & Inorg. R & D in
Polymers. Electrochemistry and Air Pol-
lution. No restrictions on Citizenship.

Sherwin-Williams Co.: BS'MS'PhD in
Anal., Org. and Phys. Chem. BS also in
Inorg. Chem. Locations Chicago and
Cleveland. Summer work for Jr. & Sr.
only.
INTERVIEWS CAN BE ARRANGED
BY CALLING THE ABOVE NUMBER
ENGINEERING PLACEMENT
SERVICE
128 H, West Engrg. Bldg.
Make interview appointment at Room
128 H, West Engrg. Bldg. unless other-
wise specified.
October 18, 1968:
Allied Chemical Corp.
Columbia Gas System Service Corp.
Corp.
Dana Corp.
Eaton Yale & Towne Inc.
Honeywell, Inc.
IBM Corp.
Oliht Mathiesoi Ch3emical Corp.
Scott Paper Co.
Standard Oil "Co. (Ohio)
U.S. Gov't. - Air Force Recruiting
OTS
U.S. Gov't. - U.S. Army Engineering
Waterways Experiment Station,

CHARGE IT!
OPESCRIPTIONS
* COSMETICS
OMEN'S
TOILETRIES
1112 South Univers +v Phone 663-5533

Highest aity Always

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Ub-ik7"mt~

duced by the" TV Center will have its
initial telecast in Detroit: 12:00 Noon,
WWJ TV, Channel 4: "In-Otit-Round-
About: Advertising." Contemporary
trends in adyertising are explored and
the effects of advertising campaigns
assessed.
CEEB Tests: The College Entrance
Examination Board Tests in French,r
German, Russian, and Spanish will be
given Monday, October 14 in the Rack-
ham Lecture Hall. Gra'duate students as
well as seniors contemplating graduate
study at the University of Michigan
who have previous. foreign language ex-
perience are urged to take these exam-
inations toward satisfying any type of
doctoral language requirements. Results
may provide (a) immediate completion
of requirement, or (b) advanced place-
ment toward completion. No advanced
registration; no cost to student; results
posted by roster in Rackharn Building
Lobby 48 hours after test administra-
tion, Individual scores are not released.
The following law schools will-send
representatives to the Michigan campus
to discuss programs and ad.mission poli-
cies of their respective schools w I t h
prospective applicants. Monday, October
ORGAN IZATION
'NOTICES

THURSDAY, QCTOBER 17, 1968
Detroit Edison Company, D e t r o i t,
Mich.: Men and Women. BA/BS Econ.,
Gen. Lib. Arts, Math, Soc. MA/MS
Econ., Ediic. Law and Soc. for Mgmt.
Trng., Personnel, Acctg., Tax, Mktg.,
Auditing, Treasurers Office and Con-
troL.
NFMC .oCrporatipn, N.Y.C.: Men. BA/
BS Chem., Econ., Engl., Gen. Lib. Arts,
Geology, for Territ. Sales of industrial
chemicals.
IBM Corporation, Chicago, Ill. and
Detroit offices. Men and Women. BA
BS/MA/MS. Al areas of Chemistry,
Econ., Library Sct, Math, Physics, PhD
in Math and Physics for Banking, Data
processing, territ. sales, Mgmt. Trng.,E
Production, Statistics and Syst. Engrg.
Rires, Div. of Federated Dept. Stores,

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Roast Beef
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on a Bun
$"75

Baha'i Student Group, Oct. 11th, 8:00
p.m., 520 N. Ashley, "The New Govern-
anent1 That the Eaha'is are Making at
the International and Local Levals (We
really Need One.". All welcome.
* * * *
Hillel Foundation, 1429 Hill Street,
Friday, Oct. 11th, Traditional Services
at 6:00 p.m., Hillel Student Services at,
7:15 p.m. followed by Oneg Shabbat:
Sat., Oct. 12th, Traditional Services at
9:00 a.m., Sunday, October 13th Soviet
Anti-Semitism Teach-in at Noon.
* * * *,
Seventh-Day Adventist Student As-
sociation, October 13th, 5:00 p.m. 3rd
floor conference room, Speaker: Dr.
Leonard Hare, "God in the Cell: Can
a scientist really believe that?"
Graduate Outing Club, Sunday, Oct.
13th, 9:00 a.m. trip to Canada Bird;
Sanctuary 12:00 noon trip to Detroit
74o, 2:00 p.m. hiking. Oct. 26th over-
night camping trip RSVP. All trips
leave fromh Huron St. entrance - Rack-
ham Bldg. -
Gift Boutique
10=-10M-F
10-6 Sat.
Just 12-5 Sun,
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Shipment of
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This Jensen 3-speaker, 3-way
shelf system comes on like
a bi' console. When you hear
it, ypu'll know what we
mean. The PR-200A com-
bines a large FLEXAIR*
woofer and Jensen's exclu-
sive SON-DOME Sultra-
tweeter to deliver rich, dis-
tortion free sound. True
high-fidelity, from vibrant
25 cps lows to silken highs
up to 20,000 cps. Its high
styled walnut veneer cabinet,
with accented grill cloth '.
makes the PR-200A a hand-
some addition to your sound
system.
Come in and listen.
Sjensen
SHi Fi Stucdo1
121 West Washington
Down Town-across from
the Old German
NO 8-7942
"The Hi Fi shop
with everything"

M THEEntertaining and Danci
~'WATERFALL
RESTAURANT 4
- ) Featuring FAT BOB and the
Clarence Byrd Trio
Thursday. Friday & Saturday
2161 W. Stadium--For reservations call 662-2545,

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IF YOU AREt
LOOKING FOR THANOS
you Will find him
at the NEW THANOS
LAMPLIGHTER
412 E. Liberty

Located in Scenic Northern Ann Arbor Area (Dixbco)
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BEST SELECTION OF SEAFOOD IN ANN ARBOR AREA
"the fish you eat today played yesterday in Gloucester Bay"
OTHER! SPECIALTIES ,
the finest sleaks. pon fried chicken,,
and roast 'rime ribs of beef
CATERING
on or off premise
Don't lead a SPARTAN Life
Have a hearty seafood dinner
NO 8-9387 5400 PLYMOUTH RD.
Openf Fo n1 AM.2 P M. 272 miles from
4 P.M.- 10 P.M. North Campus

COME AND SEE US!
Our Chow is cs
good as at Thanos place.

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THE FINEST CORNED BEEF
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TH1E -DELI.
RESTAURANT & DELICATESSEN
COMPLETE CARRY-OUT SERVICE
FRESH HOT BAGELS Every Sunday Morning
along with a complete line of
SMOKED FISH and LOX
N. Miller at Main
769-4444
PIZZA SPECIAL
Carry-Out Only
50c off onany Large Pizza
40coff on any Medium Pizza
25coffon any SmallPizza

COME and VISIT
CURTIS BEEF BUFFET
Where You Can Get
"The World's Best Dish"
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207 S. MAIN
Open 7 days a week 11 A.M.-10 P.M
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