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S THE MICIIGAN DAILY

NSA Offers

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Study Plan
Two Polish and two American
students will participate in a
twelve-month exchange program
negotiated by representatives of
the U.S. National Student Associ-
ation and the Polish student
groups, USNSA president Robert
Kiley announced recently.
Applications for the exchange
program will be received at
USNSA's international office, 142
Mt. Auburn St., Cambridge Mass.
Both the American and Polish
organizations plan to have the ex-
change students begin their studies
in January, 1959. This will be the
first long-term academic exchange
with. Eastern European students
since the inception of the cold
war period.
At the invitation of the State
,Department, USNSA sponsored a
thirty-day exchange of American
and Russian student editors last
May.
The present exchange agreement
also provides for a two- or three-
week orientation program for the
four students, and for a short-
term exchange of representatives
from the two student organiza-
tions.
Group To Hold
First Meeting
The Indian Student's Associa-
tion will hold a reception and busi-
ness meeting tonight at 8 p.m. in
Lane Hall, according to B. K. Rad-
ha Krishnan, president of the
Association.
Notifes
Michigan Flyers, Inc., membership
meeting, Sept. 24, 7:30 p.m., 3003 Stu-
dent Activities Building.
Rifle Club, meeting, September 23,
7 p.m., Rifle Range.
* * *
Use, of this column for announce-
ments of meetings is available to of-
ficially recognized and registered stu-
dent organizations only. For the cur-
rent semester organizations should
register not later than October 10 in,
2011 Student Activities Building.

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weeks. $54.00. Asst. Prof. Allen L. May-'
erson, instruc.
Ceramics: 7:30 p.m. 125 Arch. Bldg.
Meets Mon., and Thurs. for 8 weeks.
$27.00. Lab. fee $5.00. Marie L. Woo,
instructor.
Electric Welding, 7:00 p.m. 3313 E.
Eng. Bldg. 16 weeks. $50.00. Lab. fee
$5.00. Asst. Prof. Leslie E. Wagner, In-,
structor.
The Bible in the Growing Light of
Archaeology, 7:30 p.m. 131 School of
Bus. Admin. Eight weeks. $13.50. Prof.
Emeritus Leroy Waterman, instructor.,
Registration for these classes may be
made in the Extension Service office
at 1610 Washtenaw during University
office hours or in Room 164 of the
School of Bus. Admin from 6:30 to 9:30
the night of the class, and at 1610
Washtenaw from 9:00 to 12:00 noon on
Sat., Sept. 27.
The Extension Service announces the
following courses to be held in Ann
Arbor beginning Tues.,Sept. 23:
Efficient Reading I, 7:00 p.m. 524
Univ. Elem. School. Eight weeks. $13.50.
Rosemarie E. Nagel, Instructor.
Introduction to Literature: Short
Story and Poetry. (English 31, two
hours of undergrad. credit.) 7:30 p.m.
176 School of Bus. Admin. 16 weeks.
$27.00. Asst. Prof. Mark Spilka, instruc.
Plant Design and Flow. 7:00. p.m. 102
Indus. Eng. Bldg. 16 weeks. $40.50. Asst.
Prof. Clyde Johnson, instructor.
Theater Appreciation: The Arts of
the Theater (Speech 55, two hours of
undergrad. credit) 7:30 p.m. 171 School
of Bus. Admnin. 16r weeks. $27.00 Dr.
Bruce L. Nary, instructor.
Registration for these classes may be
made in the Extension Service office'
at 1610 Washtenaw during University
office hours or in Rm. 164 of the School
of Bus. =Admin., from 6:30 to 9:30 the
night of the class, and at 1610 Wash-
tenaw, from 9:00 to 12:00 noon on Sat.,
Sept. 27.
Placement Notices
Personnel Requests:.
Stewart-Warner. Corporation, Chica-
go, Ill., has openings for two sales po-
sitions. (1) Sales Representative. Male,
25-35 yrs. of age, Engineering degree
preferred. Minimum of 3 yrs. of suc-
cessful industrial selling exp., includ-
ing distributor contacts. Excellent sal-
ary. (2) Sales Engineer. Male, 25-35 yrs.
of age. College degree in Electrical En-
gineering. Training should be in elec-
tronics and be directed toward appli-
cations engineering and sales. Exp. In
customer contacts, preferably military,
involving sales, service or applications
work with electronics or related tech-
nical equipment. Salary: Open.
Barrington Associates, Inc., N.Y.C.,
This company is. a management con-
sultant firm which is seeking an As-
sistant Plant Engineer for a manufac-
turing company of food .process in-
dustry in Eastern Pennsylvania. The
candidate will be the understudy for

the present Chief Plant Engineer and
can expect to attain this position in
five to six yrs. Must have B.S. in Me-
chanical Engineering, between 35 and
42 yrs. of age.
Richfield Oil Corp., San Francisco,
Calif., is interested in locating 4 man
with 2 or more, yrs. of petroleum retail
or wholesale exp. and who would be
interested in a Petroleum Sales career
in Calif. Exp. and age 28-35. Must be
willing to travel within Central and
Northern Calif. Degree not an employ-
ment requirement.
Pennsalt Chemicals Corp., Philadel-
phia, Pa., has a vacancy for a Sales-
man in the South Bend region. Degree
in Chemistry, Metallurgy, or Mechan-
ical Engineering. Exp. with metal fin-
ishing, aviation maintenance, and rail-
road maintenance chemicals is desir-
rbie.
Natonal Cash Register Co., Dayton,
Ohio, has opening in the Accounting
Machine Sales Division in Gary for a
dynamic man of top ability. This chal-
lenging and interesting career leads
to five figure earnings. Perhaps*you
know a man of promise whose present
work hinders attainment of his full
potential. College graduate, 22 to 28.
Previous job exp., with some account-
ing. This program offers a two year
training course.
King's (Retail Jewelry and Appliance
Stores), New Castle, Pa., has a position
open :in Merchandising and Inventory
Control. Will include assisting press-
dent in the realm of merchandising,
and to help with training. This organ-
ization has seven stores within a 60
mile radius of New Castle. Some travel
involved. Man, with BA in Business
Administration. Should have .2-3 yrs.
exp. In merchandising or related fields,
such as sales. Must have the ability to
get along with others. Requires a high
calibre man with good scholastic
standing.
Eli Lilly & Co., Indianapolis, Ind.,
has openings for the following: (1) As-
sociate Biologist (Man or woman). This
person will perform microbiological
testing on biological products, and de-
velop and use' control methods and
techniques using current scientific in-
struments in performance of tests. Ap-
plicant should have B.S. with a major
in Chemistry or Bacteriology and a
minor in Bacteriology or. Chemistry.
Salary open. (2) Industrial Engineer.
Duties will. be to develop cost and
production standards, establish and
maintain group incentive plans, de-
velop methods improvement, assist all
areas in the development of effective
layouts. Graduate engineers with train-
ing or exp. in the field of industrial
engineering. Good opportunity for, ad-
vancement. Salary open.
Michigan Department of Health, Lan-
sing, Mich., has opening for a Public
Health Field Representative II. Vacan-
cy is in Lansing. One yr. exp. as Bub-
lic Health Field Representative I and
graduation from college..
For further information concerning
available job opportunities, contact the
Bureau of Appointments, 3528 Admin.
Bldg., Ext. 3371.

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