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on "Problems of Degenerative Evolu-
tion," on Mon., Nov. 3, at 4:00 p.m.,
Rm. 2054 Natural Science.
Placetent Notices
A representative from the Los An-
geles., Calif. City School System will be
available for interviews in the fol-
lowing cities: N.Y. City. Statler Hotel,
Nov. 29, 30 and Dec. 1; Pittsburgh, Pa.,,
Univ. of Pittsburgh. Teacher Appoint-'
ment Bureau, Dec. 3; Chicago. Ill. Con-
rad Hilton Hotel, Dec. 5, 6, 7 and 8.
Vacancies exist in all elementary
grades, secondary, and special educa-
tion.,
For any additional information con-
tact the Bureau of Appointments, 3528
Admin. Bldg., NO 3-1511, Ext. 489.
Interviews:
Notice of Date Correction: The Bu-
reau of the Budget will be interview-
ing at the Bureau of Appointments on
Wed., Nov. 13, instead of Nov. 12 as
indicated in Friday's Daily Official
Bulletin.
The following companies will be in-
terviewing at the Bureau of Appoint-
ments. Call NO 3-1511, Ext. 3371, or
come to 3528 Administration Bldg. to
make appointments. Appointments
should be made by 4 p.m. of the dayI
before the interview.
Wed., Nov. 5.
Whirlpool Corporation, St. Joseph,I
Mich. Interviewers: Mr. E. E. Emerson,
Mgr., Technical Employment & Devel-
opment; Mr. Roy Kruggel, Chemical
Engineer. Location of work: Michigan,
Ohio, Indiana. Men with Ph.D. in
Physics for Research in the Nuclear and
Physical Sciences. Whirlpool is inves-
tigating many areas of the nuclear and
physical sciences and thus welcomes
individual with strong research atti-
tudes. An increasing number of people
working in the nuclear field will open
up positions of responsibility for phy-
sicists with management abilities.
Thurs., Nov. 6:
Department of Labor, Washington,
D.C. Interviewer: Mr. F. A. Yeager,
Placement Officer. Location of work:
Washington, D.C. Men and women with
degrees in Economics, Statistics, Busi-
ness Administration, Public Adminis-
tration, Political Science. Social. Sci-
ences, Law, Journalism, and Account-
ing for Management Intern Program,l
and Economics, Statistics and Public
Policy Work. People entering under
the Management Intern portion of the
Federal Service Entrance Examination
work in such typical staff assignirents
as personnel, budgeting and organiza-
tion and methods examining. Many are
assigned to line programs: Employment;
security, wage and hour administra-
tion, economics and statistics projects,
international labor affairs and work-
men's compensation. Interns receive
intensive orientation and training dur-
ing their first few months with the
Department. Most of the Department's
Bureaus employ economists at the top
levels, and many high level positions
in other lines of work are filled by
economists or statisticians. The acti-
vities generally bear on wages, prices,
manpower, costs, labor relations, pro-
ductivity, technological developments,
and similar data.
S. 5. Kresge Company, Detroit, Mich,
Interviewer: Mr. P. C. Dikeman, Per-
sonnel Training Mgr. Location of work:
Main Office, Detroit, Mich.; District
ofices, Chicago, Ill.; New York, N.Y.,
Pittsburgh, Pa. Men with degrees in
Liberal Arts or Business Administra-
tion for Management Training. Promo-
tions to executive positions are entire-
ly from within their organization.
Graduade is placed in a store as Stock-
man for a short period. Successive steps
are taken to Jr. Assist. Manager, As-
sist. Manager, Sr. Assist. Manager, and
Manager, Superintendent, District Man-
ager, Buyers, Executive in the Admin-
istrative Department which are by pro-
motion within.
The U.S. Information Agency, Wash-
ington, D.C. Interviewer: Mr. Robert
Baker, Location of work: Ten weeks of
orientation in Washington and then
overseas. Men and women with M.A.
or equivalent (an undergraduate de-
gree and two years working experience

may be substituted for M.A. Experiencei
in fields include Journalism, Radio. TV,
Public Relations, Teaching, Motion Pic-
tures. Libraries and the Arts) in Area
and Language Study, International Re-
lations, Political Science, Communica-
tions, Techniques and Journalism; Stu-
dents with useful proficiency in speak-
ing a foreign language will have prefer-
ence: Must meet rigid foreign service
physical requirements: Must be willing
to serve anywhere in the world; Be-
cause of the vital importance of per-
sonal contacts with people of all na-
tionalities, candidates must have the
desire and ability to make friends
easily, for Junior Officer Program. The
Agencv maintains about 200 informa-
tion offices throughout the world,
which are serviced by the headquarters
offices in Washington. The media used
include radio, television, motion pic-
tures, press and publications, book
translation and library programs. The
Agency also cooperates with private
agencies, business firms, professional
groups, educational and cultural so-
cieties, non-profit organizations, and
individual private citizens in carrying
out its purposes. For people not quali-
fied but interested in the U. S. Infor-
mation Agency a panel discussion will
be held Tues., Nov. 6, at 4 p.m. in the
Frieze Bldg., Rm. 2528. A representative
from the Information Agency will be
a guest on the panel which will dis-
cuss the opportunities for employment
of language majors and general liberal
arts majors in their respective fields.
Fri., Nov. 7:
Swift and Company, Chicago, 1l. In-
terviewer: Mr. E. E. Schmidtke, Indus-
trial Relations Department. Location
of work: Units located in every state
of the union except Wyoming.
1) Men with degree in Economics and
Chemistry minor for Sales - Adhesives,
2) Men with any degree with an in-
terest in figures for Administrative
Trainee - Pork Dept.
3) Men with any degree and minor
in Chemistry for Gelatin Sales.
4) Men with any degree for Ice
Cream Sales.
5) Men with MBA or Ph.D. or equiva-
lent for Market Analyst in Commercial
Reseacrh Department.
6) Men with any degree for Meat
Sales.
7) Men with degree in Liberal Arts
or Bus. Ad. for Oil Mill Trainee.
8) Men with any degree for Sales-
man - Soap.
9) Men with B.A. in any field, accu-
rate in mathematics, for Standards.
10) Men with degree in Mathematics
or Statistics for Data Processing Divi-
sion. Prefer M.S. Some of the positions
state that one must be willing to re-
locate. Most positions contain on-the-
job training with some class work pre-
ceding the training, Complete informa-
tion on these positions is available here
in the office.
Detroit Civil Service Commission, De-
troit, Mich. Interviewers: Mr. Ralph
Mueller, Head Personnel Examiner; Mr.
Ralph Posner, Principal Personnel Ex-
aminer. Location of work: Detroit,
Mich. 1) Men and women with degree
in Economics, Sociology, or Statistics
and courses in the other two for Junior
Social Economist. Under supervision,
to assist in the more elementary tech-
nical phases of social and economics
research to gather, tabulate and corre-
late social and economic data. 2) Men
with degree in Physical Education for
Junior Recreation Instructor. Under
supervision, to organize and direct rec-
reational activities by assisting or tem-
porarily substituting for a recreation
instructor at a large playfield, play
center, or school gymnasium. 3) Men
or women with degree in Physical Edu-
cation for a) Junior Recreation In-
structor b) Recreation Instructor. 4)
Men with degree in Accounting or
Business Administration for Junior Ac-
countant. Under supervision to assist
in the more elementary technical
phases of accounting work as practiced
in an office dealing primarily in large
scale accounting or budgeting. 5) Men
or women with degree in Social Sci-
ences, Public Administration, Psychol-
ogy, Mathematics, or Statistics or Busi-
ness Administration for Technical Aid.
Under supervision, as part of a train-
ing and orientation period, to perform
routine tasks incident to the adminis-
trative activity to which assigned.

The following positions are witl
companies that wHI not be visiting the
campus but welcome applications. I:
you are interested in a position yot
should contact the employer directly
and let our office know that you ar
applying so we can forward your ma-
terial on file.
Armstrong Cork Company. Lancaster
Pa. Contact: Mr. W. J. Van Pelt, Man-
ager, College Recruiting. 1) Advertis-
ing, Promotion and Public Relations
((Creative Writer). Degree in Englisl
or Journalism preferred but can be
waived if person has demonstratec
creative writing ability. Assignment i
advertising, promotion and public re-
lations department in Lancaster, Pa
On-the-job training participating i
the development of advertising cam.
paigns, brochures, and allied materials
writing scripts for television, radio
film, and sales meeting presentations
2) Production Planning. Degree i
Business Administration, Industria
Management or Economics. On-the-jot
training in Lancaster, Pa. and as
signed to any of their plants in east
ern U.S. 3) Sales - Non-Technical. De
gree in Business Administration, Econ
omics or Liberal Arts preferred. Mus
be single. Training for five months o
formal classroom training given at th
General Office in Lancaster, Pa., an
assigned to any district sales office ir
the U.S. The positions are all open t
men up to the age of 28. The nex'
training class begins on Feb. 3, 1959
Only men will be considered.
Smithsonian Institution, Washingtor
25, D.C. Contact: Mrs. Helen R. Fen-
tress, Chief, Employment Section, Per-
sonnel Division. Most of the position
are filled by selections of eligibles or
Civil Service Commission registers s
if you are interested in one of the fol.
lowing positions, it would be a goo
idea to file for the Federal Civil Serv.
ice Entrance Examination. Administra-
tive Assistant (Trainee) The trainee
will spend two months in the Personne
Division, two months in the Fiscal Di
vision, two months in the Supply Di
vision, two months in the Maintenance
and Operations Division, two month
in the Office of Assistant Secretary
two months in the Office of the Direc
tor, USNM, and one month in the Ad.
ministrative Office, Natural Zoologi
cal Park. The trainee will receive on
the-job instructions in each activity
The trainee will be assigned to the of
fice of the head of the divisions and b
required to actively participate in th
technical functions of the activity; t
acquaint himself with methods, pro
cedures and practices; with manage
ment and operation problems; and wil
offer suggestions and recommendation
for the' solution of such problems, ex
clusive of those of major policy.
Cutler-Hammer, Inc., 351 North 12th
St., Milwaukee 1, Wisconsin. Contact
Mr. Robert C. Monahan, Business Re
search Department. February Gradu
ate, Men with Master's degree in Mar-
keting, with strong academic back
ground In marketing, statistics and
economics for Marketing Research Ana
lyst. Bachelor's degrees with relativel
more limited backgrounds will be con
sidered. Located in Milwaukee. Assign
ment will include a wide variety o
Marketing Research jobs, includin
forecasting, market potentials, sale
analysis, product research, distribution
surveys, etc.
The National Supply Company, Tw
Gateway Center, Pittsburgh, Pennsyl
vania. Contact: Mr. W. D. Senior, Su
pervisor, Personnel Training. Men with
any degree, 21-30 for Training Pro.
gram in Oil Field Supply Business. Pro
gram will last for about a year to pre
pare the me nfor pisitions of respon
sibility by giving trainees an under.
standing of all phases of the com
pany's operations and familiarizing
them with the various products manu-
factured and distributed by National
Program also includes training in the
oil field operations conducted in the
oil field, classroorm training in their
general offices and instruction on
products and facilities at each of their
six manufacturing plants. Upon com-
pletion of the program, it is to the ad-
vantage of all concerned to conside
the needs of the company and to place
men in the activity in which he has
the most interest and for which he
seems best fitted.
Notice of an Exhibit: It will be held
in the Michigan Union opposite the
Cafeteria. Detroit Civil Service Com-
mission, Nov. 3, 4, 5, and 4. Interviews
will be held in the Bureau of Ap-
pointments on Nov. 7.
Organization
Notices
Student sponsored events scheduled
for Sat., Nov. I will close at the usua
12 o'clock midnight hour and women
students will have the usual 12:30 a.m
late permission. No exception to the
usual closing hour has been authorized
for this night by SGC.
This announcement is necessary t
correct error in published Union-Leagu
Calendar.
Congregation and Disciples Guild

Cider Hour, Nov. 1 after game, Guild
House.
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Eastern Orthodox Students Soc., din
ner-dance. Nov. 2, 6 p.m., 414 N. Main
St.

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Purchase your Cider "COLD"
on the way to Saturday's
(today's) game.
RALPH'S MARKET
e (formerly Freeman's)
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0 709 Packard NO 2-3175
- "Just two doors from the Blue Front"
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Looking for those
= CI RCLE PINS?
We have them at the
*DILLON SHOP
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s on Forest off S. University
and at 1111 S. University
o across from the Bank
)J72
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Shop for
SEAFOOD SPECIALTIES.
IMPORTED FOOD ITEMS.
AND
GOURMET SPECIALTIES
. Washington Fish Market
208 E. Washington NO 2-2589
)J10
Fresh Farm Produce
Now Available .. .
Large Variety of apples, cider,
potatoes, honey, pumpkins, squash,
fresh eggs, chrysanthemums, gourds,
fresh dressed poultry and home-
made jams and jellies.
Farmers Market
315 Detroit Street
Open Wed. & Saturday
8 A.M. to 3 P.M.
) J74
FRESH SWEET CIDER
Peterson Orchard
, I Stall 119
.I Farmers Market
315 Detroit St.
Saturday 8 A.M. to 3 P.M.
a i )J75
EDDIE'S PAINT STORE
White Paint ..........$1.98 Per Gal.
, Colors..........,.....$2.48 Per Gal.
117 E. Ann NO 8-6966
PIANO LESSONS
Doctoral Student-School of Music
S Walter Baker NO 2-4747

BUSINESS SERVICES
REWEAVING-Burns, tears, moth holes
rewoven. Let us save y'our clothes.
Weave-Bac Shop. 224 Nickels Arcade.
NO 2-4647. )J3
ONE-DAY SERVICE
and COMPLETE SERVICE at
SANFORDS
Shoe Repairing
Hat Cleaning
Tailoring
IPressing
Shoe Shining
119 East Ann Street
(opposite court house)
NO 8-6966 )J32
NEED tutoring in French? Contact Lor-
raine LeMieux. NO 5-7441ยข )J68
FOR RENT
TWO furnished apartments-reasonable
walking distance to campus. Call NO
3-4402. )C92
AVAILABLE IMMEDIATELY
There are available for immediate
occupancy-Efficiency One and Two
Bedroom Apartments at both Uni-
versity Terrace and Northwood
Apartments. To be eligible you
must be a Married Student or full
time Faculty Member who is not
already assigned to either Univer-
sity Terrace or Northwood Apart-
ments. For information Please con-
tact Mr. Melhuish, 1056 Administra-
tion Bldg. or Call NO 3-1511 ext.
3311 or ext. 2194. )C91
ROOM FOR MALE-Large single room,
carpeted, new bed, near all sports,
across from Wines Field. Linen fur-
nished. Room cleaned weekly. To rent
immediately at $8.50. 402 Benjamin,
NO 2-8372. )C90
BROOKSIDE and Pontiac 3 room apt.
in new home. Separate entrance. Rea-
sonable rent. Ideal for Isor2 grad.
students. Girls only. Furnished. Avail-
able at once. Call after 5 P.M. NO
8-8254. )C89
CAMPUS-1 BLOCK. Modern furnished
apartments. 514 S. Forest. NO 2-1443.
)C4
TRAILER SPACE
AVAILABLE
US-23 15 riiles North of Ann Arbor.
Large lots, reasonable rates, pleas-
ant surroundings.
STARLIGHT TRAILER COURT
10175 Bishop Rd. ACademy 7-7199
C3
USED CARS
WANTED
We pay top dollars for good used cars.
GENE'S AUTO SALES
544 Detroit St. NO 3-8141
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Like to get in on the ground floor and stay there?
Sorry, we can't help you. But we do have lots of
room for first-rate seniors who want to get places
fast in the communications industry. Seniors with
a flair for science, engineering, business, account-
ing, management and personnel work.
You can find out how yi fit into this business
in just one interview. See your Placement Coun-
selor now and arrange a visit with the Bell System
Recruiting Team. They'll be on campus to talk
with you on NOVEMBER 13, 14
MICHIGAN BELL TELEPHONE COMPANY
AMERICAN TELEPHONE & TELEGRAPH COMPANY
BELL TELEPHONE LABORATORIES
WESTERN ELECTRIC COMPANY
SANDIA CORPORATION

Lutheran Student Club, splash party, t
at Women's Pool, Nov. 1, 7:15 p.m. FINISHED WORK-Specialize in cot-
Meet at 1511 Waishtenaw.ton blouses. Ironings separately. Free
pickup and delivery. Siamese stud
Graduate Outing Club, Halloween sevcAoSimecafrsl.
Party, Nov. 1, 9 p.m., Rackham Bldg., service. Also Siamese cat for sale.
Rm. 172. NO 2-9020. )J29
* * *
Mich. Christian Fellowship, Nov. 2. One Special Lot-
4 p.m., Lane Hall. Speaker: Dr. EdwinCH R ISTMAS CARDS
Palmer, Pastor of the A,. A. Christian
Reformed Church, "The Necessity of h
Jesus Christ."l

WE'BUY
USED FOREIGN CARS
We service all make foreign cars.
MICHIGAN
EUROPEAN CAR CORP.
303 Ashley NO 5-5800
)N13
'49 MG-TC-Classic beauty 4n excel-
lent condition, $1100. NO 3-7700. )N25
LOST AND FOUND
LOST: Key ring with about 20 keys in
vicinity of St. Joseph's Hospital. NO
8-6827. )A47
LOST-Diamond Hamilton Wrist Watch
on Oct. 16. Reward. Phone NO 2-1356.
)A45
PERSONAL
ESTABLISHED combo needs steady
drummer. Call NO 8-6207 or NO 2-8840.
)F105

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Newman Club. remember Sat., Nov. 1
is a Holyday, The Feast of all Saints,
Masses at St. Mary's Chapel at 6:30,
7, 8, 9, 12 noon and 5 p.m.
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Newman Club, Dunker's Hour after
game, 5:30. Communion Breaikfast after
8 and 9 mass, Nov. 1, 331 Thompson.
Newman Club, Communion Breakfast
after 8 and 9 mass, General Meeting,
,National Convention", 7:30 p.m, Nov.
2, 331 Thompson.

HALF PRICE
MORR ILL'S
314 S. State
)367
POTATOES-U.S. No. 1 $3.00 - 100 lbs.
Also Cabbage $1.00 Bu.-Tomatoes-
Apples $2.50 Bu - Onions. Indian
Squash. Gourds. Pumpkins for Hal-
loween. DeMarco Produce. NO 2-7747.4
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FOX MOTEL

You've been waiting 10 days.
Why? For what?
You don't know.
We don't know.
So don't ask.
RUSSIA-3 week tour next
Call NO 3-3883 after 6.
THE OLD PHILOSOPHER
If you love me
Like I love you
Then shame on its
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TIM'S and Christines' Tailor Shop,
formerly operated by Hector Philp.
Alterations for men, women and chil-
dren. New zippers and repairing.1Open
8 am. to 6 p.m. NO- 3-6228. 213 ',S.

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