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, seniors; 3) blue slips - over-
for all girls.
irmination of Class Standing: '
year of college attendance willa
girl sophomore privileges. I
.es of the Residence House em-:
in. through Thurs.: 1) Business4
r1 remain open until 11:00 in-
f 10:30; 2) R.A~s will work fromI
antil 12:00 instead of 10:15 to1
usiness Desk will close at 10:30
and Sat, as was previously done.
.A.a will no longer remind the
' their late minutes. This will be
the house Judiciary Councils.
oors may be locked or left un-
until 12:00. This is left up to
scretion of the staffs of each
g unit, applicable to their own
rs are needed for the Burton
Travelogue series which begins
urs., Feb. 19 and continues for
nore Thursdays from March 5
h. March 26. Students and staff
rs who are interested in usher-
rt these movies' may apply in
at the box office at Hill Audi-
between 5 and 6 p.m. on Wed.
Kura., Feb. 11 and 12.
)u cannot come to the box office
Auditorium at the times ,ini
you may either call the box of-
tween 5 and 6 p.m. and ask for
arner or you niay call him at
after 6 p.m. at NO 8-8597.
'Eastern Group, Tues., Feb. 10,
Rackham East Conference Rm.
mns in Turkey and the Legal Sys-
Dr. Reha Poroy, Seniof Research
U-M Law School, 1958-59, Pro-
of Law, Univ. of Istanbul.
ematics Club: Tues., Feb. 10
) p.m. in the W. Conf. Rnx. of
wkham Bldg. Prof. Ben Dushnik
eak on "On Perfect Squares with
t Xi announces Prof. Jorgen M.
nnd, Chairman of Dept. of Bac-
gy, O. State Univ., Dr. Arthur J.
er, Assoc, Prof. of Math., U-M,
resent "Recent Impressions of
Science and Education," Wed.,
Student Recital: Charles Heard, pi-
anist, who studies with Marian Owen,
will present a recital on Wed., Feb. 11,
at 8:30 p.m. His recital, to be held in'
Rackham Assembly Hall, will be pre-
sented in lieu of a thesis, for the de-
gree of Master of Music (Music Educa-#
ction). Mr. Heard has included on his
program works by Galuppl, Beethoven,
Chopin and Griffes, and his recital will,
be open to the general public.
704 Programming Course. * A short,
intensive course in programming the
IBM 704 computer is being given by the'
Statistical and Computing Laboratory
The course will briefly cover the char-
acteristics of the 704 and will empha-
size programming using the Symbolic
Assembly Program (SAP). Some pre-
vious computer experience will be as-
The course is divided into six two-
hour sessions -- to be given from 3-5
p.m. in Rm. 1042 E. Eng. on Feb. 9,
10, 11, 16, 17. 18. Interested persons
should leave their names with Mrs.
Sarah Brando, Rm. 110 Rackham, Ext.
Astronomy 61 will meet Tues. and
Thurs. at 10 a.m. in Rm. 23, Observa-
The Extension Service announces the
following classes to be held in Ann Ar-
bor, beginning Tues., Feb. 10:
Introduction to Literature: Drama
and the Novel (English 32, 2 hours of
undergraduate credit). 7:30 p.m. 165
School of Bus. Admin. 16 'weeks. $27.00
Dr. Maximillian E. Novak, instructor.
Modeling from Life (Sculpturing):
7:30 p.m. 115 Architecture Bldg. $35.00
James E. Miller, instructor.
Position Appraisal and Methods of
Wage Payment, 7:00-10:00 p.m. 220 W.
Eng. Bldg. $40.50. Asst. Prof. Richard
W. Berkeley, instructor.
Additional information and bulle-
tins describing these courses may be
had by calling NO 3-1511, Ext. 2887.
Registration for these classes may be.
made' during University office. hours
at 1610 Washtenaw Ave. or in Rm. 164
of the School of Bus. Admin., from 6:30
to 9:30 Tues. through Thurs. of this
Women students who have completed
the physical education requirement
may register electively for physical
education classes in Barbour Gymna-i
sium. Registration will be held Tues.
and Wed., Feb. 10 and 11 from 8 a.m.
to 12 noon.
Application blanks for Phoenix Pre-'
doctoral Fellowships for 1959-60 are
available in the Graduate School Of-
fice. Applicants should be well ad-
vanced in their graduate studies and
should present plans for research or
graduate study leading to research in
some field dealing with the. applica-
tions or implications of atomic ener-
gy. Research projects may be in the
fields of nuclear physics and chemistry,
in the use of radiation or fission prod-
ucts in the medical and biological sci-
ences or on the effect that atomic en-
ergy developments will have on govern-
ment, economics, philosophy and cul-
ture, Competition will close Feb. 1, 1959.
Applications for Phoenix Project Re-
search Grants: Faculty members who
wish to apply for grants from the
Michigan Memorial Phoenix Project Re-
search funds to support research in
peacetime applications and implica-
tions of nuclear energy should file ap-
plications in the Phoenix Research Of-
fice, 3034 Rackham Bldg., by Thurs.,
Feb. 12. Application forms will he
mailed on request or can be obtained
at 3034 Rackham Bldg., Ext. 2560.
Applications for Grants in support of
research ' projects: Faculty members
who wish to apply for grants from the
Faculty Research Funds to support re-
search projects should file their appli-
cations in the office of the Graduate
School not later than Thurs., Feb. 12.
Application forms are available in Rm.
118, Rackham Bldg.
Faculty Research Fellowships & Lec-
tureships are avaialble as follows:
Latin American Exchange Program
under the Fulbright and Smith-Mundt
Acts. Lectureships at Latin American
universities for 6 weeks to 3 months
are available beginning March 1959 to
Dec. 1. Information may be obtained
at Graduate School office. :Apply im-
SEATO Advanced Research Program:
Study and research in political, econ-
omic and social problems in Southeast
Asia and Southwest Pacific areas. In-
formation may be obtained at Gradu-
ate School office. Closing date April
NATO Advanced Research Program:
Study and research in political, econ-
omic and social problems in NATO
countries. Information -may be ob-
tained at Graduate School office. Clos-
ing date March 15, 1959.
Faculty Grants for Released Time and
Research in the Behavioral Sciences.
Applications are invited for the re-
lease of half to full time for one se-
mester or more or for a summer/teach-
ing period, for a behavioral science re-
search project. 'In addition to replac-
ing part or all of the regular salary for
the released time, the holder of such
an award may also apply for minor
support to cover travel, typing, statis-
tical assistance; etc. in connection with
the actual research work. A few grants,
of not over $1,250 each, are available
for small research conferences. De-
tailed information is available in the
Graduate School office, ext. 486. Clos-
ing date for receipt of applications is
General Undergraduate Scholarships:
Applications for these scholarships may
be obtained at the Scholarship Office,
Undergraduates having financial need
and an overall academic record of at
least 3.0 at the University are eligible
to compete. Applications must be com-
pleted and returned by March 2.
the Recorder of the Graduate Schoolj
together with two copies of the thesis,'
which is ready in all respects for pub-'
lication, not later than Mon., May 25.
The University of Michigan Student'
Debaters are holding organizational
meetings for the spring semester this
week. Former members are meeting on
Tues., Feb. 10 in Rm. 2040 Frieze Bldg.
it either 4:00 or 7:30 p.m. Prospective
members are invited to meet at the
same times and place on Thurs., Feb. 12.
The United States Air Force will in-
terview teachers interested in positions
in the dependent schools overseas at
the Union, Feb. 16-19. Approximately
600 teachers are needed. Requirements
for these teaching positions include
American citizenship, a bachelor's de-
gree from an accredited college, two
years fo recent teaching experience in
the field for which application is made,
a valid teaching certificate, and satis-
For additional information and ap-
pointments, contact Mrs. Flynn at the.
Bureau of Appointments, 3528 Admin-
istration Bldg., NO 3-1511, Ext. 489.
Beginning with Wed., Feb. 11, the
following schools will be at the Bureau
of Appointments to interview for Sept.
Wed., Feb. 11:
Chula Vista, Calif. -- Elementary.
Crystal Falls, Mich. - Elementary;
Thurs., Feb. 12:
Long Beach, Calif. -- Elementary;
The following schools have listed va-
cancies, but are not coming to inter-
Battle Creek, Mich. (Springfield Sch,)
-Special Education; Elementary; JHS
Math; Math/Science; English/Social
Studies; Elementary Physical Educa-
Des Plainesor Park Ridge, Ill.-Span-
ish; French; Latin; Russian (or any
combination of the preceding fields).
Fenton, Mich. -- Elementary. (Sept.)
Grand Rapids, Mich. (Forest Hills
PS) ,- Librarian; Girls Physical Educ.;
Boys Physical Educ.; Home Economics;
Science/Math; History; Modern Lan-
guage; English; Elementary. (Sept.)
Pentwater, Mich. -- Band instructor
Quincy, Mich. -- Girls Physical Educ.;
Elementary; Shop (Sept.)
Stockbridge, Mich. - Chemistry/Bi-
ology; Elementary. (Sept.)
Taylor, Mich. (Pen Rickton Nursery
for Visually Handicapped) - Teacher
for visually handicapped). (Now).
For further information and ap-
pointments with those schools that
will be on campus to interview, con-
tact the Bureau of Appointments, 3528
Administration Bldg., NO 3-1511, Ext.
Camp Takona of the Ann Arbor Girl
Scouts will interview interested girls
on Tues., Feb. 10. Needed especially is
a Program Director. Must be 22 or old-
er and have exp.
Camp Arbutus, Grand Traverse Coun-
ty, Mayfield, Mich., will be represented
on Tues., Feb. 10. Positions available:1
Archery, Tennis, Canoeing, Sailing,
Waterfront, Craft, Nature, Trip Camp-
ing. Applicants should be 19 or older
with exp. Girl's camp.
Burch Trail Camp for girls will be
interviewing on Tues., Feb. 10 for exp.
counselors - all skills. Married couples
and girls only. Camp in northern Wis-
For further information on summer
placement, contact Ward D. Peterson,
D-528 S.A.B. Tues. and Thurs. 1-5 p.m.
and Fri., 8:30-12.
music, art, or theology for Platoon1
Leaders Class - Ground or Aviation.
Men who are frehsmen, sophomores, or
juniors working toward any degree
except the aforementioned for Platoonl
Leaders Class. Training consists of two
six-week training sessions attended
during summer vacations from college1
then after graduation you will be com-
missioned a 2nd Lt. and attend the
Marine Officer Basic Course for eight
months at Quantico, Va. An exhibit
will be held opposite the cafeteria in
the Michigan Union. Interested candi-
dates may talk with personnel at the
Thurs,, Feb. 12, 1959:
U.S. Marine Corps.
Fri., Feb. 13, 1959:
- U.S. Marine Corps.
The Firestone Tire and Rubber Co.,
Akron, Ohio. Location of work: Home
office, Akron Ohio. Plants: Penn.: Ia.;
Tenn.; Calif.; Mass.; Ind.; N. C.; Mich.;
Ontario, Canada; England; South Af-
rica; New Zealand; India; Argentina;
Brazil; Spain; Switzerland; Singapore;,
Venezuela; Sweden; Philippine Islands;
Cuba. Sales offices throughout the 'U.S.
Graduates: June. 1. Men with any de-
gree in Liberal Arts or Bus. Admin. for
Sales. These sales positions are on-
the-job training, which will be Retail
Salesmen, Budget Sales, or Service Em-
ployees, with periodic Sales training
classes. The training completed one.
will be given additional training in
store management, or territory sales
and then promoted to manage a re-
tail store or to direct the sales of a
group of Franchise Dealers in a terri-
tory. Promotion also available to Dis-
trict, Division and Home Office posi-
tions. 2. Men with any degree in Liber-
al Arts or Business Administration for
Retread 'Shop Management. A training
period is assigned the RSM trainee,
then he acts as Retread Shop Fore-
man, who is responsible for maintain-
ing material inventories, production
methods, the hiring and training of
new employees, production efficiency,
and performance and quality of prod-
ucts. This retread shop offers the short-
est route to a managerial position.
Housing and Home Finance Agency,
Washington, D.C. Location of work:
Washington, D.C.; Regional offices: N.Y.
City; Philadelphia, Pa.; Atlanta, Ga.;
Chicago, Ill.; Fort Worth, Texas; San
Francisco, Calif.; Santurce, Puerto Rico.
Graduates: June. 1. Men 'and women
with degrees in Public Administration,
Law, Architecture, and general Liberal
Arts for the Housing Intern Program.
The Program - includes on-the-job
training plus assigned a position for
a period of six months. 2. Men and
women with any degree in Public Ad-
ministration, City Management, Com-
munity or Regional Planning, Social
Sciences, Business Administration, or
other liberal' arts graduates for Field
Representative in Urban Renewal Ad-
ministration. Serves as a point of con-
tact between a city and the Federal
Government. He is assigned to work
with technicians and professional hous-
ing specialists on a rotating basis and
is trained for advisory, consulting and
the Blind, Charlotte, North Carolina, is
looking for an Executive Secretary.
Supervise 4 member staff. MA in Social
Work plus exp. in casework and admin-
istrative fields. Excellent salary.
Booz, Allen & Hamilton, Management
Consultants, Chicago, Ill., has asked
to seek a Project Design Engineer to
supervise the work of a 4 to 8 man
group in developing products. 5-10 yrs.
design exp. in metal fabrication for
mass production. Degree in mech. engrg.
Some supervisory exp. 28-40 maximum
Continental Can Co., Inc., New York
City, is interested in young Engineers
who have recently been relea$ed fromn
service or have 2-5 yrs. exp. and are
seeking new employment. Positions are:
Production Trainee (Manufacturing)
and Production Engineer Trainee.
State of California announces op-
portunities for the following: Music
Therapists, Occupational Therapists and
Recreation Therapists. Contact the Bu-
reau of Appointments for informataion
on interviewing a representative.
Stewart-Warner Corp., Indianapolis,
Ind., is looking for Aero., Mech., Metal.,
and Chemical Engineers. For positions
with this manufacturer of heat ex-
changer devices for aircraft, missile,
and commercial aplications; and- oil
cooling devices. Growth possibilities are
For further information concerning
the above personnel requests, contact
the Bureau of Appointments, 4001 Ad-
ministration, Ext. 3371.
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me give you a fast tip. You
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Greene's. Pick up one of
their credit cards, no strings
you're on the 30-day charge list. Like it's the poor man's
diner's card. Fast service, no charge for delivery.
But don't blab it around.
day or night
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1213 S. University
Varsity gives. you Better Service
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The Prices Do Not Include Sales Tax
Phone NOrmandy 2-9442
Fast Carry-Out Service
"It's a meal in itself"
West liberty and Stadium Blvd., Ann Arbor, Mich.
The Medical College Admission Test:
Application blanks for the May 2 ad-
Miinistration of the Medical College Ad-
mission Test are available at 122 Rack-
ham Building. Application blanks must
be received in Princeton, N.J. by April
Doctoral Candidates who expect to
receive degrees in June must have at
least three bound copies (the original
in a "spring binder") of their disserta-
tions in the office of the Graduate
School by Fri., April 24. The report of
the doctoral committee. on the final
oral. examination must be filed with
[ ~Notices 5
(Use of this column for an-
nouncements is available to offi-
cially recognized and registered or-'
ganizations only. Organizations
rent semester must register. Forms
planning to be active for the cur-
available, 2011, Student Activities
Congregational . and Disciples Guild,
coffee break, Feb. 10, 4:30-6 p.m., Guild
* s *"
Mich. Dames, World Affairs Group
Program, Feb. 10, 8 p.m. Rackham Bldg.,
Assembly Rm. Speaker: Dr. Roger
Leatherman, "Peacetime Uses of Atom-
* s *
Ullr Ski Club, meeting, Feb. 11, 7:30
p.m., Union, Rm. 3-S. Refreshments.
* * *
Women's Rifle Club, open meeting,
Feb. 10, 7:00 p.m. Old members, 8:00
p.m. New members, W.A.B. Everyone
welcome. No experience needed.
The following companies will be in-
terviewing at the Bureau of Appoint-
ments, 4001 Admin. Bldg., Ext. 3371.
For an interview appointment contact
Wed., Feb. 11, 1959:
Purdue University, School of Indus-
trial Management, Lafayette, Ind. In-
terested in students who wish to be
in Purdue's Graduate Management Pro-
gram. Objective is to help well-quali-
fied young men with engineering and
backgrounds in chemistry, physics, zo-
ology, botany, geology, and math, pre-
pare for positions of major responsi-
bility in American industry. Enter the
program in September only and com-
plete degree requirements for MS de-
gree in early August of the following
year. The school offers substantial fi-
nancial aid. Loan funds and tuition
scholarships also available.
Household Finance Corporation, Chi-
cago, 111. Location of work: Home Of-
fice, Chicago, Ill. Division offices: New
York City; Philadelphia, Pa.; Detroit;
Mich.; Chicago, Ill.; Los Angeles, Calif.;
Toronto, Ontario; Montreal, Quebec;
725 branch offices located in the U.S.
and Canada. Graduates: Feb., June.
Men with any degree in Liberal Arts
or Bus. Admin. for Management Train-
ing. Men enrolled in the program quick-
ly learn the fundamentals of consum-
er finance business, making credit in-
vestigations, and helping people solve
their financial problems.
U.S. Marine Corps., Detroit Marine
Officer Procurement Office, Detroit,
Mich. Qualifications: 1. Age 17-26. 2.
A member of an accredited college or
university majoring in a subject other
than medicine, dentistry, pharmacy,
music, art, or theology. 3. In sound
physical and mental health. 4. Main-
tain at least a "C" average in college.
5. Agrees to serve on active duty, once
commissioned, for a period of three
years. 6. U.S. citizen. Men in any field
except medicine, dentistry, pharmacy,
Zaneville Publishing Co., Zanesville,
Ohiq, has the following job opportuni-
ties available: Account Executive --
Sales Management Trainee. Should be
interested in Sales and Management
with courses in Bus. Adm. Single men
preferred. Production Assistants. Ra-
dio or TV major - excellent oppor-
tunity. Begin as Floor Manager. Salary
open. Single men preferred.
State of Connecticut Civil Service an-
nounces the following job opportuni-
Officer (Budget & Management), As-
sistant Counsel Public Utilities, Publi-
cist, Crippled Children Physician, Den-
tal Hygienist, Senor Utilities Engi-
The Dover Co., Cleveland, Ohio, is
looking for a recent grad or one who
is graduating for position as a future
Michigan Civil Service Commission
has on file at the Bureau of Appoint-
ments a complete listing of vacancies
in the State of Michigan.
Aurora Gasoline Co., -Detroit, Mich.,
is interested in men for sales. Work: to
sell petroleum products manufactured
in 3 refineries._
Ott Chemical Co., Muskegon, Michi-
gan, is seeking a Chemical Engineer
with a minimum of 3-5 yrs. of process
design exp. Prefer organic or pharma-
ceutical exp. but this is not necessary.
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