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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

Thursday, November 7, 1968

DAILY OFFICIAL BULLETIN
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The Daily Official Bulletin is an Bldg. Agenda: 1. Establishment of a hold interviews, Poster listing over 2001
official publication of the Univer- fact-finding committee to study the such meetings and individual posters
sity of Michigan for which The desirability of locating the admissions, from areas are on file in the Career
Michigan Daily assumes no editor- scholarships and financial aids offices Planning Library ara of Placement
ial responsibility. Notices should be under the same administrative officer. Services. A few request postcards for
sent in TYPEWRITTEN form to Advisory Committees - OSA. advance registration. We will list areas
Room 3528 L.S&A. Bldg, before 2 as we receive individual notices, watch
p.m. of the day preceding publi- Shepard Memorial Symposium: Spon- this column, and come In to check the
cation and by 2 p.m. Friday for Horry he psolg depre. Dr nationwide listings on the poster.
Saturday and Sundlay. General No- Harry Helson, Distinguished Prof. of
tires may be published a maximum Psych, University of Massachusetts, Dr. Dallas, Texas: December 26 and 27.
of two mes onreqst; ay Cal- Viktor Sarris, Psychologisches Institute, Preregister requested, pref. by Nov. 10.
of two times an request; Day Cal- Universtat Dusseldorf, Dr. Donald R. Held at The Apparel Mart.
denta items appear only once. Stu- Prown, Prof of Psycho, University of Curn Pstin pensrcevd
detorganization notices are not ErwnPrfoPscoUiesty f Current Position Openings received
dent or puicatins aor mor Michigan, "Current Stathis of Adapta- by General Division by mail and phone,
epted for publication. For more tion Level Theory in Psychology," Fri- not interviews, call 764-7460 for appli-
I day, Nov. 8, 1968, Rackham Amphithea- catio information:
THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 7ss ter, :30-5:00 p.m. City of Detroit, Mich.: lineman, and
_____I Freshmen who have received notice of signal lineman, exper pref.
appointments to confer with representa- City of Portage, Mich. - Civil En-
Day Calendar tives of their high schools this morn- gineer, BSCE and registration eleg. Civ-
ing are urged to be punctual. it Engineer II, requires supv. duties, ex-
_____ per pref.
Mental Health Research Institute ; rCityeof Minneapolis, Minn.: EDP
Seminar: Werner M. Mendel, School I C io atSystems Analyst/Programiner, BA and
of Medicine, University of Southern 1year computer exper. Medical Social
California, "The Psychiatric 3Hospital+ Worker, MSW and'min. 1 year medical
as a Form of Treatment": 1057 Mental Examinations environ. work.
Health Research Institute, 3:45 p.m. State of Michigan: Workmen's Com-I
pensation Hearings Referee, admission
T. S. Jerome Series: Massimo Pal-' Charles Daniel Smith, Jr., History, to Mich. Bar, and 5 yrs. exper law
lottino, Profesor of Etruscology and Dissertation: "Muhammad Husayn Hay- practice. Compute', one year exper req.
Italic Antiquity, The University of kal: An Intellectual and Political Bio- St. Luke's Medical Center, Sioux City.
Rome, Sketch of a History of Ancient graphy," on Thursday, November 7 at Iowa: Microbiologist, BS in this area or
Italy Before Its Romanization-Part IV:' 2 p.m. in Room 3609 Haven Hall,bctro.Nwfily,20 edhs
"The Period of Colonization, of Etrus- Chairan R. P itcel bcerial. New facility, 320 bed hos-
can Development ,and of the Archaic
Cultural Koine' (VIII-V Cents B.C.)"': Herbert Wayne Hethcote, Mathemat- Medical Group Managament Associa-
Auditorium B, Anel HI] 4:00 .m. ics, Dissertation: "A symptotic Approx- tion, Denver, Colo.: Director of Educa-
AudtmBAngel Ha, 4 p.. imations with Error Bounds for Zeros tion, MA in education or health field.
Student Laboratory Theatre Program: of Airy and Cylindrical Functions," on Brinkman Instruments, Inc., Des
(Department of Speech): Megan Terry's Thursday, November 7 at 4 p.m. in Plains, Ill.: Technical Sales Represen-
Keep=Tightly Closed in a Cool Dry Place Room 338 West Engineering, Chairman: tative, BS in bil., or phys. set., and ex.-
and Ex-Miss Copper Queen on a Set of N. D. Kazarinoff. per. with lab instruments.
4: Sister Mary Paulette Schmerber, Eng- Knight Publishing Company (The
:10 p.m list Language '& Literature. Disserta- Charlotte Observer and Charlotte
Botany Seminar: Dr. Peter B. Kauf- tion: "The Political Elegies of Bishop News), Charlotte, N.C.: Assistant Per-
man, Dept. of Botany will speak on Henry King: A Historical and Critical sonnel Manager, behaviolal sci. bckrnd,
"Ultrastructure of Stomate Develop- Study," Thursday, November 7 at 4 some pers. mgmt. exper or courses in
ment in Avena", 1139 Nat. Set. Bldg., p.m. Rm. 7638 Haven Hall, Chairman: bus. educational bckrnd.
4:15'p.m. . F. L. Huntley. United State Information Agency: for
Physical Chemistry Seminar: M i s s __EXPO '70 U. S. Exhibition: Seek Japan-
Louise Karle, Dept. of Chemistry, Uni- ;.,ese speaking young Americans for
versity of . Michigan, "The Crystal Placement guides, age 20-30, good Japanese, knowl
Structure of -Amino-1, 3-Selenazol-2- or Japan and U.S. through travels, area
Inium Bromide," Room 1200 Chemistry, 3200 S.A.B. studies etc. U.S. citizens for 5 or .more
5:00 p.m. GENERAL DIVISION years.
Cinema Guild: Orson Welles, Trevor Bristol Laboratories, Syracuse, N.Y.:
Howard, and Joseph Cotten in The Community Career Opportunity Con- Engineering positions in estimating,
Third Man: Architecture Auditorium, ferences, or Operations Native Sons, project and other areas for ME, ChE,
7:00 and 9:05 p.m. held during Christmas Holidays (most IE, CE, Sant. E., areas of Pharm.,
Chemistry Lecture: Dr. J. L. Kice, Dec. 6-28, some 30-31). Both residents Microbiol., Bacteriol., Biol., for posi-
Oregon State University, "Nucleophilic and other students welcome to meet tions in various areas. Programmer/
Substitution at Different Oxidation with employers of the area, browse, or analyst. Office methods, budget, c o a t
State of Sulfur", Room 1300 Chemistry, ------------
8:00 P.M.
Chamber "Arts Series: Melos Ensemble
of London: Rackham Lecture Hall, 8:30
p.m, il

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ENGINEERING PLACEMENT
SERVICE
128 H, West Engrg. Bldg.
NOVEMBER 14, 1968
The Aerospace Corp.
Atlantic Richfield Co. - Res. & Dev
Battelle Memorial Institute
Battelle Columbus Labs.
Battelle Northwest Labs.
Computer Sciences Corp.
Community Systems Foundation
General Telephone & Electronics
Labs. - PhD.
The B. F. Goodrich Co. - Research
Ctr. - Ph.D.
North American Rockwell Corp. -
Commercial Products Group
Radiation Inc.
Research Analysis Corp. - Ph.D.
Sandia Laboratory
Alden E. Stilson & Assoc. LTD
Uniroyal, Inc.
Westinghouse Elect. Corp. - BS & MS
U.S. Gov't
Naval Air Systems Comm.
Naval Ordnance Systems Comm.
Naval Facilities Engrg. Comm.
U.S. Gov't. Aeronautical Systems "Div
U.S. Gov't. - Naval Ordnance Station

Christian Science Organization Meet-
ing, Thurs, 7:30 p.m., Room 3345 SAB.
Bach Club Meeting. Thursday. Nov
7th, 8:00 p.m.. Guild House, 802 Monroe.
Program: a talk by John Harvith on
"Wayward Interpretations" (e.g.) Kous-
sevitzky clobbering Mozart and Mengel-
berg mauling Mahler). Jelly donuts and
fun afterwards. For further informa-
tion call 769-2922 or 769-0995.
*1 * * *
"Seek and You Shall Received", Find
- U of M Tutorial Project Bucket Drives
on campus Friday, Nov. 8th and Sat.
Nov. 9th, "Give and you Shall Support"
over 300 students giving their experience
to improve community education.
Hillel Foundation, 1429 Hill St., Fri.,
Nov. 8th: 5:00 p.m. Traditional Serv-
ices, 7:15 p.m., - Hillel Student Services,
Sat., Nov. 9th. 9:00 a.m. Traditional
Services.
'l'he UM dJ do Club will meet at the
Ann Arbor YMCA Thurs., Nov. 7th at
7:30 p.m. Vring your membership card.

CONSIDER A
CI VLlAN
AIR FORCE CAREER
with the
AIR FORCE LOGISTICS COMMAND
at
Wright-Patterson Air Force Base
near
Dayton, Ohio
There are excellent opportunities in
INDUSTRIAL ENGINEERING
(All engineering degrees considered)
for those interested in the Air Force Logistics Command Staff Positions. The Industrial Engi-
neer applies his skill in the areas of management systems, design, significant problem solving
using his knowledge of the mathematical and physical sciences together with methods end
principles of engineering analysis and design. He is a consultant to management in the
application of proven management techniques to increase the effectiveness, efficiency, and
economy of ,Air Force operations. He also administers and operates in methods improvement
and processing engineering. He receives on-the-job training in all the foregoing areas and
within a minimum of training time. The Industrial Engineer is given specific assignments
relating to the above areas of activity pertaining to the particular organization to which he is
assigned. Throughout his career, he continues to be given increased responsibility commen-
surate with his ability.
For further information regarding these challenging and rewarding career op-
portunities see your:
COLLEGE PLACEMENT DIRECTOR
We will be visiting the University of Michigan
on Wednesday, November 13, 1963.
Sign up now for an interview.

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General Notices4
Broadcasting Service: WUOM Radio
(91.7 Mc.) 11 a.m. to 11 p.m. daily.
Thursday 1:00 p.m. U.S. Foreign Pol-
icy: The Next -Decade - "Within the
World Economy", with Richard Gard-
ner, Columbia U. 4:45 p.m. Conservation'
Report, with rPof. Karl Lagler. 5:15 p.m.
U-M Feature Story with Jack Hamilton.I
Friday 11:00 a.m. The Eleventh Hour I
(repeated at 7 p.m.) Ed Burrows hosts
an hour of news and conversation about
the arts and literature. Guest: Mr.
Makavie in a consideration of Persian
poetry and music Friday 1:00 p.m. U.
of Chicago Lecture - "The Role of the
Hospital in the Inner City", with Dr.
H.-Jac~k Geoger. Tufts U.; Dr. Robert S.
Daniels, U. of Chicago; and E. Duke Mc-
Neil, Chicago attorney. Friday 5:00 p.m.
Fcus on Students, produced by speech
d partlnent students. 5:15 p.m. Busi-
ness Review, with Prof. Ross Wil-
helm. Friday 8:00 p.m. U-M Chamber
Choir Concert, broadcast live from Hill
Auditorium. Thomas Hilbish conducts.
Friday 9:45 p.m. Dimensions of Loneli-
iess - "The Roots of Loneliness", with4
Kenneth L. Paton, Unitarian minister,
Ridgewood, N. Y., recorded in Detroit.
Student Relations Committee Meet-
ing: Open Meeting, Thursday, Novem-
ber 7,11968. 3:00 p.m. Third floor, SAB

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