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28, 19TTTE MICHIGAN DAILY

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Stanford Gets The Axe
Four-long debate at a Stanford University Legislature
meeting Thursday resulted in a decision:
The Stanford Axe will be placed on permanent display if
and when Stanford beats the University of California Nov. 22.
Much of the credit for finally getting the Axe out where
it can be seen, the Stanford Daily reports, goes to the Axe
Society, custodians of the famed trophy. Credit also goes to
the Axe Society president, "who was the moving force in get-
ting the facts on which the decision was made."
Apparently, the Stanford Legislature was concerned with
"WHERE and WHEN the Axe should be shown." The Axe was
stolen two years ago, but it is now kept in a cellar case with
a burglar alarm.
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Mrs. Virginia A. Par lo, Chief, so-
cial evlopmsent Branch, Officeof
h National Planning. Philippine National
Ecnomic Council, Philippines. Oct.
Mr. OGholaireza Yamine. Technical
Advisor, Ministry of Education, Teher-
an, Iran. Oct. 30.
Mr. Muhammad Saflulla:. Reader,
and Acting Head, Dept of Commerce,
Dace* University, Ramma, Dacca, E.'
Paktan, Oct. 30-Nov. 2.
Mr. Serajul Haque. Prof. of Arabic
and Ilamic Studies, University of Dec-
ca, E. Pakstan, Nov. 26.
ACademic Notices
Botanical Seminar: "Translocation in
Higher Plants." Dr. F. G. Gustafson.
professor of botany. 4:15 p.m., 1139
Natural Science. Refreshments served
at 4:00. Wed., Oct. 29
The results of the language examina-
tion for the M.A. in history are posted
in Room 3602 Haven Hall.
Dctoral Examination for Grady
Maurice Hinson, Music: Performance;
Wed., Oct. 29, 305 School of Music, at
4:1 p.m. Chairman, Joseph Brinkman.
The first seminar in Communication
Sciepes will be held on Tue., Oct. 28
fom 4 to 5 p.m. in Room 188 Frieze
Bldg. Prof. Gordon Peterson will speak
on "Automatic Speech Recognition,"
Mathenatics Colloquium: Will meet
Tues., Oct. 28, 1958 in Room 3011 An-
gell Wall at 4:10 p.m. Prof. Theodor
Pake will speak on 'Isometries of
Kohle Manifolds." Refreshments 3:0
in 3212 Angell Hall (Commons Room.)
Near Eastern Group, "The Role of
the ibtry in Current Research on the
Near Eat" Mr. Labib Zuwyya, Head
of Arabic Dept., Library of American
University at Beirut. Wed., Oct. 29, 8
p.m., Rackham East Conference Room.
Placement Notices
Personn Requests:
Swift and Company, Union Stock
Yards, Chicago 0, Ill. Openings in Data
Processing Methods Division for young
veteran who has just completed either
.4. or M.A. degree in Mathematics or
Statistis. They are primarily interested
in placing a man in the applied math
section where the general techniques
applied are linear programming, queue-
ng theory, theory of games, and appli-
cation, of new statistical techniques.
General background desired would be
mathematics and physics, a combina-
tIn of general mathematics and indus-
trial engineering, or general mathemat-
ics in combnation with statistics. Can-
didates should be U.S. citizens. Swift
and Co. will be interviewing at the Bu-
reau of Appointments on Nov. 7, 1958.
Call our office for an appointment.
Telephone NO 3-1511, Ext. 3371.
Office of Civil Service Board, City of
Oakland, California. Fireman. Further
details relating to eligibility, examna-
tion, appointments and working con-
ditions may be obtained by calling at
or coming to the Bureau of Appoint-
ments for their address. {
Navy Department. We have a listing
of current civilian job opportunities
with the Navy on file. If you are in-
terested in Professionl, Administra-
tve or Clerical work with the Navy De-
partet, contact the Bureau of Ap-
pointments for information on indi-
vidual openings.
U. 5. Civil Service Commission., Wash-
ington 25, D.C, Vessel and Aircraft
Sanitation Inspector (foreign). Quaran-
tine Border Inspector and Quarantine
Inspector Trainee. Grades 0-5 through
06-7. Positions to be filled are at U.S.
Public Health Servicequarantined a%-
tios locAted within the .., and at
certain stations outside the continental
limits. For information on the duties
and qualifications for these positions,
contact the Bureau of Appointments.
Listing of current Federal Examina-
tion announcements.
1) Federal Administrative and Man-
agement Examination.
2) Federal Service Entrance Examina-
tion. Exams will be given six times dur-
ing the year, Application filing dates
are: October 30, 1958, December 24, 1958,
January 20, 1950, February 26, 1959,
March 2, 159 and April 23, 1959.
4) elogIst Closing date: Dec. 2. 1958,
5) Personnel Officer, Placement Of-
ficer, Position Classifier. Salary and
Wage Specialst, Employee Relations
Officer. Jobs are in the D.C. area.
6) Student Trainee. Cloeing date:
April 2, 1059. (scientifie, technical, ag-
ricultural, accotiPtng, and statistical
fields).

7) Flight Operations and Airworthi-
ness Inspector; Airways Flight Inspec-
tor. Jobs in Civil Aeronautics Admin
Closing date: Nov. 20, 1958.
8) Student "Trainee (Veterinarian)
Jobs with the Department of Agricul-
turc. Closing date: NOv. 18, 158.
9) Training Instructor (Electronics).
Jobs are at the Keesler AF Base, Biloxi,
Mss.
10) Vessel and Aircraft Sanitation In-
spector (Foreign), Quarantine Border
Inspector, Quarantine Inspector
Trainee. Jobs with Public Health Serv-
ice. Closing date: March 31, 1959. See
Personnel Request above.
Summer Interviews:
The following companies will be in-
terviewing for summer work at the
School of Engineering:
Oct. 27 and 28: RCA Laboratories,
Princeton, N.J. Summer grad. students.
Fundamental and Applied Research.
Male only.
Oct.27and 28: Esso Standard Oil Co.,
Mfg. Activities, Baton Rouge, La. Sum-
mer juniors or above. Male U.S. citi-
zen. Design, Research 'and Develop-
ment, Production.
Oct. 29: Standard Oil Co., (Ind.), Re-
search Dept., Whiting and Seymour,
nd. Summer-Seniors or Grad. students.
Design, Research and Development.
Oct. 30, a.m. only: The Chemstrand
Corp., Decatur, Ala, and Pensacola, Fla.
Summer Juniors or above Research and
Development. Tech. Assistance.
The following interview will be beld
at the Bureau of Appointments for
Summer Work.
Ur. K W. Schulze, manager of the
Iron County Youth Camp at Crystal
Falls. Mich., will be at the Bureau
of Appointments on Fri., Oct. 31 after
2:00 p.m. He is looking for a Camp Di-
rector to take charge of the camp. Ex-
cellent pay. Experience needed. Call
NO 3-1511, Ext. 3371 for an appoint-
ment.
Interviews:
The following interviews will be held
on Fri., Oct. 31 at the Bureau of Ap-
pointments:
The nexas Company (Texaco), New
York. N.Y. Interviewer: Mr. #. 0. Rick-
etts, District Sales Manager. Texaco has
been a leader in the world petroleum
industry for more than half a century.
Texaco is the only company that mar-
kets its products under one trademark
in exery state. Petroleum and its prod-
ucts. Men with any degree in Liberal
Arts or Business Administration for
Marketing of Petroleum Products. For
students interested only dinsales. The
trainee begins on a training program
for six months of formal training and
continues on the job under supervision
of men with outstanding sales records.
Initial openings in the department lead
to positions in general merchandising
sales, construction of terminals, bulk
plants, and service stations, and opera-
tions administration.
Zurich Insurance Company, Chicago,
Illinois. Interviewer: Mr. J. Wesley
Nelson. Director of Training. Location
of work: Home office, Chicago, Ill.;
Branch Offices: Mich., Ohio, Calif.,
Wash., N. Y., Miss,, Ga., N.J., and Conn.
Zurich-American companies offer the
bet in insurance protection to ndu-
try and the public in general. Men with
any degree in Liberal Arts, or Business
Administration or Law for Insurance
including Home Office, Claims, and
Sales, and Management Training. On-
the-job training for group sales-
men, claims men, and field representa-
tives is conducted in the office and in
the field under close supervision. Men
interested in underwriting, methods,
or statistics are trained in the office.
After training group salesmen, field
representatives, and claims men are as-
signed to specific branch offices or
territories. Underwriters may be as-
signed to branch offices or the head
office, depending upon requirements.
Methods and statistics will normally
remain at the Chicago Head Office,
Exhibits:
The U.S. Civil Service Exhibit is lo-
cated in the Michigan Union opposite
the Cafeteria. It will be on display
through Wed, Oct. 29. Note: Represen-
tatives of six departments of the U.S.
Civil Service will also be interviewing
students at the Bureau of Appoint-
ments on Oct. 29, 1958.
For the Best Buy
ON CAMPUS
See Letters A-Z
Student Directory

300 S. Thcyer

NO 2-2500
1X10

HI Fl STUDIO
An amazing inventory of HI-FI-
components available to you at
catalogue price.
KITS
We stock amplifier, AM - FM
tuner and speaker enclosure
kits in several brands.
1217 and 1317 S. University
NO 8-7942
)X'S
RARE Violins & String Instrument
repairs. Pianos (Baldwin, Ivers &
Pond, Estey) and Organs (Baldwin,
Estey, Thomas) New and Used.
Terms.
MADDY MUSIC
508 E. William NO 3-3223
)X1
BUSINESS SERVICES
One Special Lot-
CHRISTMAS CARDS
while they last
HALF PRICE
MORRI LL'S
314 S. State
)J67
Ladies Barber & Beauty Shop
11081 S. University
The Only Ladies Barber Shop in
Ann Arbor
"Exclusive But Not Expensive"
PHONE FOR APPOINTMENT TODAY!+
NO 2-7538 NO 2-7538
) J40
Physicians' Glasses
Prescriptions Filled
Frames Repaired and Replaced
FOR EXPERT SERVICE
PHONE NO 3-9721
Monday-Friday 9-5, Saturday 9-1
Washtenaw Optical Lab
211 East Liberty
Fred A. Waara E. U. Dobbs
)J21
REWEAVING-Burns, tears, moth holes
rewoven. Let us save your clothes.
Weave-Bas Shop. 224 Nickels Arcade.
NO 2-4047. )J3
MONTH END SPECIALS
Better Dresses -- Costunes
Walking Suits - Trapeze Suits
Fitted and Boxy Suits
$25.00 and $39.95
BETTER DRESSES OF ALL KINDS
$10.00 and $14.98
at
The DILLON Shop
on Forest off S. University )J65
OPENINGS in class or private lessons
in SINGING for men and women.{
Carol F. Westerman, NO 8-8584.
) J51
POTATOES-U.S. No. 1 $3.00 - 100 lbs.
Also Cabbage $1.00 Bx.-Tomatoes-
Apples $2.50 Bu. - Onions. Indian
Squash. Gourds. Pumpkins for Hal-
loween. DeMarco Produce. NO 2-7747.
)J24
FINISHED WORK-Specialize in cot-
ton blouses. Ironings separately. Free
pickup and delivery. Siamese stud
service. Also Siamese cat for sale.
NO 2-9020. )J29

SMITH'S
CARPETS-RUGS
LINOLEUM-TILE

POSITION as Resident House Parents
for older Grad. couple who will be
in city for 2 or more years. Main-
tenance and salary. TIme for hus-
band's graduate work. Call Mr. Clif-
ton. NO 3-5011.)H:6
USED CARS
WANTED
We pay top dollars for good used cars.
GENE'S AUTO SALES
544 Detroit St. NO 3-8141
)N2
SPORTS CAR ENTHUSIAST? RiERE'S
ONE TO GRAB' A red beauty}: fiber-
glass body and top, V-8 mill1with
dual-carbs. Cost: $1.600. Sacrifice:
$1,400. Call Dave. 2 P.M. weekdays.
HUnter 2-3911, Ext. 537. )N21
WE BUY
USED FOREIGN CARS
We service all make foreign cars.
MICHIGAN
EUROPEAN CAR CORP.
303 Ashley NO 5-5800
)N13
NEW CARS
Line
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@ 14 models to choose from

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SAVE on Carpet Remnants-
many sizes and colors.
- CARPET STORE--
207 E. Washington St.
-LINOLEUM STORE
205 N. Main St.
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PERSONAL
Don't you sweat,
There are 4 days yet.
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CAMPUS CLOSEUP
Do You Know
Katie Nickerson.........NO 2-2591
Fred Steingold ...... ....N 3-4145
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THE OLD PHILOSOPHER... . To climb
a steep hill requires a slow pace at
first. 1F
LAST CHANCE for student specials on
- Ladies Home Journal, Saturday Eve-
ning Post and Holiday. Order by
October 31. Phone NO 2-3061. Student
Periodical Agency. )F90
WILL the person who took the basket'
chair from the porch at 1320 Forest
Court return it. You are known. No
questions asked. )F92
WANTED-Couple to live in nice trailer
in exchange for services in orchard.
Ideal. HU 2-3797. )F49
RUSSIA-3 week tour next summer.
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HELP WANTED
EXPERI ENCED
RADAR SCOPE OBSERVERS
The Engineering Psychology Group of the Willow Run Laboratories is
interested in establishing a roster of University students who have had
experience as Radar Scope Observers. Individuols having this special-
ized skill ore urgently needed to participate os paid observers in con-
tinuing research programs of Project MICHIGAN which involves the
viewing of radar displays. The first experiments are to be conducted
on campus during the month of November. These will take about 10
hours for each observer; the required hours can be arranged to suit the
student's convenience. The rate of pay will, of course, depend on pre-
vious experience and student status, if you wish to have your name
placed on the roster and desire to participate in the November experi-
ment, kindly phone at once to arrange for a preliminary visit.
E NGIN EERIN G
PSYCHOLOGY GROUP
NOrmandy 3-1511, Ext. 265-W
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