THE MICHIGAN DAILY
Tuesday, October 22, 1963
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In addition to those at the specific of-
fice they are visiting. Please ;get de-
tails and make appointments at the ap-
propriate office listed in person. Re-
quest your credentials from this office,
If you are registered several days in
advance, to be sent to the placement
office, in care of the company.
TUESDAY AND WEDNESDAY,
OCTOBER 29 and 30
Me Donnell Douglas Corporation is in-
terviewing at Engineering placement of-
fices seeking Bach, Masters, and PhD
candidates in Mathematics, and Masters
and PhD candidates in Physics.
* * * *
THURSDAY, OCTOBER 31, 1968
McDonnell Douglas Corporation is in-
terviewing for positions -in data pro-
cessing, library, purchasing, statistics,
and transportation, at the Graduate
School of Busness Administration
Opportunities for further study and
financial aid, contact Placement Serv-
ices, 764-7460 for further information
Phillips Aeademy - Andover - Harvard
Teaching Fellows program prepares
non-education graduates for secondary
teaching, leading to MAT. Men only
accepted, married or single for pro-
gram of teaching and 'study. Phillips
Academy is 4 year college-prep board-
ing school for boys. Applications should
be filed before Jan. 15, 969. Applic. and
bro'ihures avail. at Placement Services.
Current Position Openings received
by General Division, call 764-7460 for
further information. These openings are
inimediate, the firms are not inter-
viewing, call us and contact them by
City of Buchanan, Mich.: Recreation
Director, planning duties, bckrnd in soc.
and psych, principal duties in com-
City on the East Coast: Contact The
Placement Services: Chief of Police, Dir.
of Police position for force of 65. Keen
administrative abilities, agressive and
innovative leadership for reorganization
and physical improvements.
Rand Corporation, Santa Monica,r
Calif.: Opening in Personnel dept. forE
adv, degree in Bus. Ad. or Public. Ad.
behavioral sci. or econ. Exper, not ne-
cess. Will manage university recruiting
program for organization of 1200 full.
time employees and 700 consultants.
Sarkes Tarzian, Inc., Bloomington,
Ind.' General Reporter, and numerous
positions in technical and management
engieerig, areas of semi-conductor, me-
tallurgy. physics, electronic areas, pack-
aging sales. Other positions in account-
ing, technical illustration, drafting.
Foxboro Company, Fovboro, Mass.:
Mgr. Design programming. Systems
Programmers and Engineers. Syst. and
Digital application dev. and serv. engrs.
Bach, Club Meeting, Thursday, Oct.
24, 8:00 p.m., Guild House, 802 Monroe st.
Program: an evening with P.D.Q. Bach.
Jelly donuts and fun afterwards. For
further information call 769-2922 or 769-
* * *' *
UM Scottish Country Dance Society.
Dance meeting, Weds., 8:00 - 10:30
W.A.B. lounge. Instruction given. Be-
* * * *
Hillel Foundation, 1429 Hill Street.
Friday nite meal reservations: phone
* * * *
Newman Student Association. Weds.,
Oct. 23rd, 9:00 p.m.. Natural Science
Audit., Killian McDonnell, "Penacostal-
ism: An Assessment."
* * * *
Young Americans for Freedom, State
Senator Richard Huber speaking on
"The State Legislature and the Uni-
versity", Oct. 23rd., 8:00 p.m., UGLI
Sales, asst., digital syst., field, areas. En-]
gineers in analog systems. Most require
adv, degrees, and several years exper.
Some beginning positions.l
Florida Steel Corporation, Tampa,
Fla.: Graduate Indust. Engrs. with 0-3
212 S.A.B., Lower Level
Cook County Department of Public
Aid will hold group meeting for stu-
dents interested in summer work on
Thursday, Octoberd24, at 4:00 p.m.
Sign up and get details at 212'S.A.B.
for this meeting.
Winant Volunteers, N.Y.C.: Meet-
ing Thursday, Oct. 24, 7:30 p.m. at
S.P.S., 212 S.A.B. for students interested
in work in Europe. Please call 764-7460.
or come to SPS if interested, we should
know how many students are interested
before tihe meeting.j
The following schools will send repre-
sentatives to our office to interview
'Oct. 28: Ridgewood, N.J. All fields
starting in Jan, or Sept.
Oct. 30: Roseville, Mich. All for second
semester. Elem: Vocar, P.E. Secondary:
Boys P.E., Math, Ind. Arts.
Nov. 6: Bellaire, Mich.: Spec. Educ..
Type B. For Second Semester.
Nov. 6: Detroit, Mich. (S. R e d f o r d
School District). All for Second Semes-
ter: Elem., Junior High Typing, H i g h
Nov. 7: Chicago, Ill. All fields start-
ing second semester or next Sept.
Nov. 8: Orchard Lake, Mich. (W.
Bloomfield Sch. Dist.) Second Semester
To arrange appointments, contact
Mrs. Staelin, 3200 S.A.B. 764-7459.
The following schools haye listed va-
cancies for the present semester:
St. Ignace, Michigan (P.S.): one elem.
Temperance, Mich.: (P.S.) 1 speech I
For further information contact the
Placement Services, 3200 S.A.B., 764-
ENGINEERING PLACEMENT SERVICE
128 H, West Engrg. Bldg.
Make interview appointment at Room
128 H, West Engrg. Bldg. unless other-
OCTOBER 29, 1968
Continental Oil Co.
* Emerson Electric Co.
General Motors Corp.
Goodyear Aerospace Corp.
Goodyear International Corp.
Goodyear Tire & Rubber Co. !
Gulf Oil Corp.
McDonnell Douglas Corp.
Douglas Aircraft Div.
Astronautics Co. - Westerin Div.
McDonnell - St. Louis, Mo.
Reliance Electric Co.
All Divisions (Ph.D)
All Divisions (BS-MS)
can do it!
Tues., Oct. 29, 7:30 P.M.
Wed., Oct. 30, 7:30 P.M.
in Auditorium C
LET US STYLE YOUR
HAIR TO FIT YOUR
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* No Waiting
" HAMBURGERS MviRSUE CHEST
. CHI KEN
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NO WAITING - PLENTY
INSIDE SEATING OR
EAT IN YOUR CAR
OPEN 11 AM DAILY
3325 WASHTENAW RD.
2 BLKS. W, of ARBORLAND
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UNIVERSITY CHARTER & CALEDONIAN AIRWAYS
S1EUROPE FLIGHTS 1969
BOEING 707 JET AIRCRAFT
FLIGHT 1-May 7-June 24 7 wks. $199
FLIGHT 6"-Dec. 21-Jan, 8 Christmas Holidays $175
FLIGHT 2-May 15-Aug. 20 14 wks. $204 UP
FLIGHT 3-June 27-Aug. 25 81/ wks. $229 TUESDAY, OCT. 22 6 P.M. , Rm. 150
FLIGHT 4-June 2-June 29 4 wks. $199E
FLIGHT 5-July 8-Aug. 17 6 wks. $214 WEDNESDAY, OCT. 23 6 P.M. Rm. 150
All flights are
WAIT LISTS WILL BE TAKEN
for each flight.
WEDNESDAY, OCT. 23
These flights are open to students, faculty and staff of
the University of Michigan, and their immediate fami-
*jet-propelled BRITANNIA AIRCRAFT
* $100 deposit required at sign up
9 Balance due March 1, 199
" Cancellation privileges
* Phone 665-8489 for information
ALL THREE FLIGHTS $220.00
MAY 4-June 1 D
MAY 8-AUG 17
JUNE 29-AUG 14
Call 662-4431 Ext. 23
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