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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

Sunday, November 3, 1968

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DAILY OFFICIAL BULLETIN

STRIKE FOR YOUR LIFE!
STRIKE MEETIN
Oen SDS meeting for all strikers
Discussion of final plans for Nov. 4 & 5 strike
SUNDAY 7 P.M.
2nd floor.SAB

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MONDAY 12:00 NOON-Michigan Union
(through doors along south side of basement cafeteria)
POLITICAL EXILES - DESERTERS
DRAFT RESISTORS-IN SWEDEN ANDFRANCE
a discussion led by
PROFESSOR JOSEPH SAX, University of Michigan Law
School, recently returned from a two week trip to Sweden and
France, two strongholds of young Americans holding "hu-
manitarian asylum." The trip was sponsored by clergy and
laymen concerned about Vietnam and was intended as an
expression of concern for fellow Americans who may ; at
some time desire to -return and so that we at home may know,
something of 'them.
Discussion is open FREE to the public
For Lunch: Bag it, Buy it in Cafeteria, or just come and talk
Office of Religious Affairs, 2282 SAB

New additions to this fall's Penguin line-up:
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ISRAEL: Miracle In the Desert. (Revised Edition). Terence Prit-
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EXPERIENCE AND BEHAVIOR. Peter McKellar. A lively and
comprehensive survey of all current knowledge concerning
personality-for the student and general reader. Original. A925.
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BYZANTINE ART (Reissue). David Talbot Rice. A fully revised,
lavishly illustrated edition of this book, long considered the
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ESSAYS IN SOCIOLOGY AND SOCIAL PHILOSOPHY. Morris
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TWO ADDITIONS TO PENGUIN'S MODERN
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LANGUAGE. Edited by R. C. Oldtield and J. C. Marshall. UPS10.
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THINKING AND REASONING. Edited by P. C. Wason and P. N.
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You'll find these and the rest of the Penguin team lined up at
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(Continued from Page 6)
Sd., Math., Microbiol. for Biol., Data
Processing, Mgmt. Trng., personnel, Pro-
.luction, Purchasing, Sales, Statistics,
and Transportation.
MONDAY, NOVEMBER 11, 1968
Cornell School of Industrial and La-
bor Relations, Ithica, N.Y.: All day, men
and women. All degrees interested; in
graduate study in this area.
TUESDAY, NOVEMBER 12, 1968
Center for Naval Analysis, Arlington,
Va.: All day, men and women. PhD only
in Chem., Econ., Math and Physics for
Operk.tions Research and Systems An-
alysis.
Atlas Chemical Industries, Inc., Wil-
mington, Del.: Men and women, all day,
Bach. and Masters degrees in Gen.
Anal., Organ., and Physical Chemistry
for Mgmt. Trng., Production, Inside and
Territorial Sales, Product Research
Dev.
WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER 13, 1968
Prudential Insurance Company, Na-
tionwide: All day, men and women. All
degrees interested in insurance.
The Travelers Insurance Company,
Detroit Office: All day, men only. Bach
in Gen. Chem., Econ., Gen. Lib. Arts,
Math, and Poll. Sci, for Data Process-
ing, Insurance, Claims and home office
and Sales.
Neimans- Marcus, Dala's, Texas: All
day, men and women. All degrees in-
terested in Mgmt. Trng. and merchan-
dising.
THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 14, 1968
American Hospital Supply, Evanston,

Ill.: All day, men. BA and Masters de-
gees in Biochem., Chem., Econ., Educ.,
Engl., Gen. Lib. Arts. Hist.. Journ.,
Law. Libr. Sci., Math,P Microbiol.,
Pharm., Philo,., Psych., Public Health.
Speech, Soc., and PhD degrees in Econ.,
Journ, Microbiology and Psychology.
LLB or JD Law. For positions in Mgmt.,
Inside and Territ. Sales.
Computer Sciences Corporation, El
Segundo, Calif.: All day. Men and wo-
men. Advanced (masters and PhD) de-
grees only in Computer Sciences for
EDP and Programming, Electronic
Computing.
Fireman's Fund American Insurance
Companies, Detroit and throughout.
U.S.: All day, men and women. Bach. in
Econ., Educ., Engl., Gen. Lib. Arts, Hist.,
Journ., and Soc. for Mgmt. Trng.
FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 15, 1968
Defense Supply Agency, Wash. D.C.:
All day,. men and women. Bach. in
Econ., Educ., Engl.,dForeign Langs., Gen.
Lib. Arts, Hist., Jonrn., Poll. Sci. and JD
Law, for positions in Government.
Continental NationalaAmerican
Group, Nationwide and Canada: All
day, men and women. Bach in Gen.
Lib. Arts, and Bach. and Masters in
Educ. and all degree levels in Math, for
insurances areas of claims, home of-
fice, sales, statistics and actuarial
PLACEMENT SERVICES
TEACHER PLACEMENT
The following schools will send re-
presentatives to the Placement Services
Office to interview prospective teachers.

MONDAY, NOVEMBER 11
Dearborn Heights, Mich.: Elem.: K-6.
Sec.: Math, Earth Set (Must have 5
hrs.)
Garden City, Mich.: Elem., J. High
Ind.. Arts. High Sch. Ind. Arts, Coun-
selor Sc. Teacher needed now.
Menominee, Mich.: Elem., K-6, Instr.
Mus, Sp. Ther., Ment. Hand. Sec: Guid.,
Voc.. Set., Engl., Journ.
Mt. Clemens, Mich.: L'Anse Creuse'
P.S. - Elem., Spec'. Ed,-H.S.
Trenton, Mich.: Elem., K-6, Spec. Ed.,
Hard of Hearing.
TUESDAY, NOVEMBER 12
Bridgeport, Mich. - Elem.
Clawson, Mich.: Elem., Jr. High Wood
Shop, Spec. Ed. - type A., Auto Mech,
Taylor. Mich.: Elem. K-6. Sec.: Math,
Sci., Engl., Bus. Ed. (Jr. & Sr. High)
Spec. Ed. - Ment. Hand., Sp. Corr.
Warren, Mich. - Elem.: K-6, Voc., Lib.,
nE.Jr. High: Math/Sc. Sr. High: Biol.,
Math, Ind. Arts, Diag., Sch. S. W.,
Journ.
Wyandotte. Mich.: Riverview P.S.
Elem.: K-6. High School: Bus., Ind. Arts,
Lib., Math, Gen. Sd., Earth Sct. B.P.E.
Spec. Ed., Distrib. Ed.,
Wyoming, Mich.: Elem., Jr. High Lib.,
H.S. Lib., P.E. (F) H.S.
WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER 13
Birmingham, Mich.: Elem.: K 6 (Self
contained non-graded" Team Teaching)
Lib., P.ED., Voc. High Sch. Audio. ViS./
Lib., Ind. Arts, Math., Se., Girls Phys.
Ed., Diag. ('/2 time), Sp. Corr., Soc.
Worker, Guid. Couns. (Elem.)
Wayne, Mich.: Elem.: K-6, Jr. High:

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NATIONAL COMMITTEE FOR AN EFFECTIVE CONGRESS
10 East 39th Street " New York, N.Y. 10016 . (212) MUrray Hill 3.2286

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October 25, 1968

Washingtgn office:
455 ew Jersey Avenue, S. E.
Wahkington, D.C. 20003
(202)5x47.1151
Chairman:
Sidney H.Scheuer
Vice Chairmen;-
George R. Donahue
John Nuveen
Secretay:
S.Jay Levy
Treastrer:
Thibautde Saint Phalle
Members:
Harry Ashmore
George Backer
George.Biddle
Stimsonullit
George H. Combs'
Henry Steele Commaget
Fairleigh Dickinson, Jr.
Paul Foley
Alan Green
Alvin H. Hansen
Isidore Lipschutz
F James Michener
Francis P. Miller
HansJ. Morgenthau
George E. Outland
Laughlin Phillips
George. D. Pratt, Jr.
Charles Rose
Robert WRuhl
Francis B. Sayre, Jr.
David E. Scolt
Edward S. Skillin
Michael Straight.
Telford Taylor
Gerhard P. Van Arket

The Honorable Marvin Esch
U. S. House of Representatives
Washington, D. C.
Dear Congressman Esch:
It is with a great deal of pleasure that I am able to
inform you that your campaign for re-election from the Second
District of Michigan has been endorsed by the National Committee
for an Effective Cong'
As you know, the NCEC is a bi-partisan citizens' committee
supported by thousands of Americans in ali fifty states. For
twenty years, the NCEC has been dedicated to the election of
men and women of integrity, ability and initiative to the House
and Senate. Our concern is a national legislature sensitive to
world problems, responsive to critical domestic issues and
questions of national objectives, and courageous e:;ough to
assume moral as well as political leadership.
Our Board of Directors has based its endorsement on the
new strength you have brought to the moderate wing of the Republican
Party, your objective voting record, and the problem-solving
approach you apply in attempting to come to grips with serious
national issues. Your leadership on the House Education and Labor
Committee has been impressive and has been particularly valuable
insre-designing critical programs and helping Congress to assert
its necessary and proper role.
We are also aware of your continuing efforts to improve
and streamline Congressional organization and procedures, presently
a serious roadblock to effective legislation. Your goal of a
"molern Congress for modern times" is a highly commendable one.
The NCEC strongly believes your re-election to Congress is
important to the strengthening of the Legislative Branch and in
the best interests of your constituents,' your party, and the nation.
We are pleased to extend this endorsement and wish you
every success in your 1968 campaign.
- i n .Y/4-cam.

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SEE YOU THERE! DON'T FORGET!
Sunday, Nov .3rd-11 A.M. to 5 P.M.
ILLITERA TE. (i-lit-er-it)
1) ignorant, uneducated.
2) having limited knowledge, experience, or culture.
*3) YOU-if you haven't read
a) Kurt Vonnegut - Cat's Cradle
b) Jerzy Kosinski-The Painted Bird
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Note: In 1966 NCEC endorsed Congressman Esch's opponent.This year after comparing the
first term records of the two men, NCEC backs Congressman Esch.

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