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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

DAILY OFFICIAL BU LLETI N
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The Daily Official Bulletin is an
'i - official publication of The Univer-
V'niver- sity of Michigan for which The
Michigan Daily assumes no editorial
responsibility. Notices should be
CLASSIC POPLINS sent in TYPEWRITTEN form to
CRISP BABY CORDS Room 3564 Administration Building
COOL BLENDS before 2 p.m. two days preceding
publication.
TUESDAY, JUNE 2
SUMMER SUITS Day Calendar
8:00 a.m.-Bureau of Industrial Re-
lations Advanced Professional Devel-
opment Course for Personnel Managers
-George Odiorne, Bureau of Industrial
Values to 29.98 Relations; Thomas Glson, Rutgers
Univ.; evening guest lecturers: School
of Business Admin.
8:30 a.m.-School of Music Third Sum-
mer Conference on Piano Teaching
CRegistration rRack-ham Bldg n
2:00 p.m. - Audio-Visual Education
Center Film Preview-Ancient Egyp-
tian" and "Rivers of Time": Multipur-
pose Room, Undergrad Lib.
8:30 p.m.-School of Music Doctoral
Recital-Charles Martyn, clarinet: Aud.
BUY NOW! A, Angell Hall.
Lecture: Vera Michelas, Dean,. Prof. of
International Development in the Grad
School of Public Admin. at New York
lse suis a the cotest! Wafer-light ...just right far the ho Univ., will speak on "Organization of
miner days ahead. Tradiional and Ivy styles in regulars longs, the Free World" at 4:10 p.m. in Aud.
A, Angell Hail, on Wed., June 26. This
oris . . "sizes 35 to 46. Black, loden and powder. address is the first in a series of special
summer session public lectures on the
theme "Where We Stand: A Review of
the American Position on Critical Is-
sues."
addS Doctoral Examination for Murray Jo-
seph Franklin, Economics; thesis: "Full-
Line Development, Related Mergers, and
Competition in the Major Appliance
Industry during the 1950's," today, 105
iEIT Econ. Bldg., at 1:30 p.m. Chairman,
Shorey Peterson.]
J "~'the house of s yle G eneral Notices
Special Notice to all Students, Univ.
Staff members and any other interest-
ed persons. The Univ. Music Society
has scheduled a concert by the Detroit
Symphony Orchestra for Sun., July 14
in Hill Aud. The Orchestra will be con-
- .. ducted by Willi Boskovsky and will fea-
ture Elizabeth Schwartkopf as soloist.
Ushers will be most urgently needed for
's: this concert. Any student or Staff mem-
ber who is interested, may usher. Per-
:.;- :sons who are interested in ushering for
S'.this event will please come to the Box
Office of Hill Aud. on Tues., June 25
or Wed., June 26 from 5 p.m. to 6 p.m.
to sign up. See Mr. Warner.
S >-."-Summer Dailies: Campus units desir-
ing the Summer Daily must place their
.,. ?own requisitions against their own
budgets. The Summer Daily will no
- < - longer be provided by the Summer Ses-
sion.
College of Lit., Science and the Arts-
Schools of Business Admin., Music, Edu-
cation, Natural Resources, Nursing and
Public Health: Students who received
marks of I, X or "No report" at the
end of their last semester or summer
session of attendance, will receive a
grade of "E" in the course or courses
unless this work is made up within
four weeks after the start of the next
session. This date is July 22, 163.
S EE AStudents wishing an extension of time
beyond this date should file a petition
spective schools._
O N DA%* "0 i t n fo r o ni d erao n t re-
Regents' Meeting: Fr., July 26. Com--
munications for consideration at this
ew k -Cmeeting must be in the President's
N w Look in Lo Costhands not later than July 12.
Sh~f i Personal Transp~ortatan t
g - nP oc sStudent Government Counil Approval
other motor vehicles-two-wheeled or four-have created of the following student-sponsored ac.
othermoto tivtiesbecomes effective 24ihours after
reater sensation throughout America and other parts of thepublication ofthis notie A
world than the amazing new HONDA "50"s. They're licity for these events must be withheld
iverting thousands of men, women and youngsters until the approval has become effective.
ry month to two-wheeled travel-to work, market, school Michigan Christian Fellowship, Lec-
d-outdoor fun. ture, June 26, July 3; Picnic, July 4.
s year, over one million people will buy HONDA "50"s!
You have 4 light, lively and unbelievably economical Evets
dels to choose from...precision-built beauties that cost
y $275 (there's even one for $245), get up to 225 m.p.g., Opening Tomorrow: Great Rodgers
e you places at a whisper-quiet 40 m.p.h.! and Hammerstein musical, "South Pa-
Easier and safer to ride than a bike, the HONDA "50" has cific," with Prof. Ralph Herbert of the
automatic clutch and 3-speed Metropolitan Opera Co. Performances
through Sat., at 8:00 p.m., in the air-
nsmission that shifts with... conditioned Lydia Mendelssohn Thea-
imple touch of the foot. tre. Box office open 12:30-5:00 today for
e revolutionary 50 cc 4-stroke season tickets to the Univ. Players Play-
V engine delivers 5 lively bill Summer 1963 which will include
rsepweris pactiallyIn addition to "South Pacific," "Two
intenance-free and, uses-
mp gasoline (no messy MICHIGAN DAILY
&gash$4ixture!)5CLASSIFIED ADVERTISING
See and test ride the Mark 100 only 25RATES
nsational HONDA "50"! plus destination and
set-up charge LINES I DAY 3 DAYS 6 DAYS
2 .70 1.95 3 45
O AofA n Abr3 .85 240 4.20
ONDA of Ann Arbor 4 1.00 2.85 4.95
Figure 5 overage words to a line.
1906 Packard Road Classified deadline, 3 P.M. daily
665-9281 Phone NO 2-4786

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for the Seesaw," "Androcles and the
Lion," "Monique," and an opera, to be
selected. Prices $6 and $4, plus 25c for
each Fri. or Sat, performance. Individ-
ual tickets for all productions on sale
tomorrow. Season subscriptions are rec-
ommended to insure good seating and
choice of performances.
Placement
ENGINEERING PLACEMENT:
For further information on the fol-
lowing position openings, please contact
Engrg. Placement, 128-H W. Engrg.:
The Budd Co., Detroit, Mich.-Recent
Mech. or Indust. Eng. grads to work as
Product Engnr. in Brake Engrg Dept. &
Engrg. Test Facilities.
Kimberly-Clark Corp., Neenah, Wis.-
BS Elect, or Mech.nEngrg. June grads
to be Jr. Design Engnrs. To learn the
pulp & paper making equipment &
process.
Monsanto Chemical Co., St. Louis, Mo.
-1) Unit Operations Research-BS/MS
CheE-St. Louis: 2) Process Dev.-BS/
MS/PhD ChE-St. Louis; 3) Polymer
Dev.-PhD ChE-Springfield, Mass.; 4)
High Pressunre Polymerization-MS/
PhD ChE-Texas City, Texas; 5) Elec-
trochemical Engnr.-PhD in ChE-Bos-
ton, Mass. 6) Test Instrumentation De-
sign-BS/MS/PhD Designer-St. Louis.
U.S. Gypsum Co., Chicago, 111.-Seek-
ing BS Elect. Engnrs.-recent-for
Plaster City, Calif. & Empire. Nev. Also
ES Mech. Engnr. for Paster City.
Youngstown Sheet & Tube, Youngs-
town, Ohio-Openings for Mech., Elect.,
Met. & Industrial Engnrs. in the Chi-
cago, 11. District.
ITT Federal Labs, Ft. Wayne, Ind. -
BS or MS Elect. Engnr., June or Aug.
grad. for Field Engrg. for at least the
next 18 mos.
American Motors, Detroit, Mich.-BS
Mech. Engnr., June or recent grad., citi-.
zenship required. All types of work in-
volved. Must be able to speak Spanish.
fluently & some refrigeration exper.
desirable.
Allegheny Steel Corp., Detroit, Mich.
-Plant Metallurgist-BS Met. includ-
ing study in the field of powder met.
June grads.
Hinsdale Sanitary Dist., Hinsdale, Ill.
-BS Civil or Sanitary Engnr. June
grad. Will be assistant to the mgr. of
the district.
Johnson's Wax, Racine, Wis.-BS &
MS grads in ChE, ME & IE. June or Aug.
grads. Will work in Process Dev., Plant
Engrg., Indust. Engrg., or Prod. Mgmt.
Trng.
Heick & Ralph Assoc., Detroit, Mich.-
BS Elect. Engnr. interested in sales
engrg. work. Recent grad. No sales ex-
per. necessary.
Continental Aviation & Engrg., De-
troit, Mich.-BS Mechanical Engnr. Re-
cent grad. Will be Diesel Test Engnr.
for research & dev.
POSITION OPENINGS:
University Hospital, Ann Arbor -
Medical Technicians-BS Bio-Chem. or
Chem. Exper. not necessary. Varied du-
ties for several research projects. Train-
ing for the job.
YWCA, Flint, Mich.-1) Teen-Age Pro-
gram Dir.-Work with Jr. & Sr. High
girls & adult committee. 2) Health
Educ. Dir.-Some teaching exper. nec-
essary. Teach swimming. Supv. 1 as-
sistant & 2 part-time teachers.
Management Consultants in East-1)
Personal Lines Sales Mgr.-Degree plus
exper. in sales mgmt., sales supv. &sales
in field of personal lines. 2) Group
Mktg. Mgr.-EE degree plus field sales
exper. in electronic components. 3)
Mgr., Shopping Center-Degree plus ex-
per, or bkgd. in business mgmt. 4) Vice
Pres. of Mfg.-Degree, pref. Engrg. plus
mfg. exper. in electrical electro-mech.
industry.
Federal Mogul Service, Coldwater,
Mich.-June '63 grad to train for inven-
tory control & customer service. BA de-
gree with accounting & math bkgd.
Exper. not required.
Duro-Test Corp., North Bergen, N.J.-
Opportunities in Sales Div. for both
undergrads & alumni. Need men for
sales either on full or part-time basis.
Will call on business establishments as
many hrs. each week as activities will
permit. Knowledge of lighting not es-
sential. Men will be given product train-
ing. Will operate in area closest to ac-
tivities, whether on vacation or at
school. For full-time basis, permanent
protected territories will be assigned.
Herbert J. Thomas Memorial Hospital,
South Charleston, W. Va.-Interested
in both male or female applicants for
positions as Director of Nursing Serv-
ice. Would be in charge of general supv.
of all nursing personnel in hospital.
Must have degree inanursing, current
registration with State Bd of Exam-
iners & exper..
Chas. Pfizer & Co., Inc., Groton, Conn.
Openings as follows: BS & MS Chem-
ists; PhD Microbiologist; PhD Organic
Chemist; PhD Neuropharmacolgist.
Wilson & Co., Inc., Chicago, 111.-
Openings for men: 1) Advertising Ass't.
-Degree with writing ability & some
exper. in adv. and/or sales promotion
desirable. 2) Food Tech.-Dehydraton
-recent grad with MS or BS in Food

Tech., Food Engrg. or ChE. 3) Produc-
tion Trainee-recent grad with degree
in Biology; Chem. or related science
field. Openings for women: 1) Claims

Examiner-Prefer grad plus accurate
typing. 2) Key Punch. 3) Dictaphone.
Electric Storage Battery Co., Cleve-
land, Ohio-Jr. Project Engnr.-BS in
ME plus 2 yrs. exper. in industry. Con-
siderable travel required. Will work in
Automotive Div..
Sangamo Electric Co., Springfield, Ill.
-Product Sales Engnr.-Special Com-
ponents. EE, preferably in the commu-
nication field. Some exper.
Beth Israel Hospital, Boston, Mass.-
Openings as follows: Physical Thera-
pist; X-Ray Tech.; Admitting Officer
(nurse trng. pref.); Clinical Tech. (reg-
istration ASCP); Research Tech. (BS or
BA Chem., Bacti., or Biol.).
Tuberculosis Assoc., Springfield, Ill.
-Health Educator to provide consul-
tation & service to the communities of
five counties in northern Ill. MPH de-
gree or equiv. educ. desired.
For further information, please call
General Div., Bureau of Appts., 3200
SAB, Ext. 3544.
Part-Time
Employment
The following part-time jobs are
available. Applications for these jobs
can be made in the Part-time Place-
ment Office, 2200 Student Activities
Bldg. during the following hours: Mon.
thru Fri., 8 a.m. til 12 noon and 1:30
til 5 p.m.
Employers desirous of hiring students
for part-time or full-time temporary
work, should contact Bob Cope, Part-
time Interviewer at NO 3-1511, ext. 3553.
Students desiring miscellaneous odd
jobs should consult the bulletin board
in Room 2200, daily.
MALE
1-Grad student with French, German
or Spanish background. Must be
able to type with accuracy. No phys-
ical defects against lifting. Library
Assistants position. Approximately
20 hours per week, starting in Sep-
tember.
--Several meal job openings.
FEMALE
1-Secretary. Must be a good typist
and know shorthand. Must, also,
have a good English background. 12
hours per week for approximately
one year.

State Board
Calls Elliott
'Ineffective'
(Continued from Page 1)
en preoccupied" with administra-
tive details and failed to develop
a set of policies for the guidance
of university administrators.
The Legislature failed to "pro-
vide adequately for the financial
needs of the university either for
operation or for the development
of the physical plant needs."
While there was a faculty salary
schedule," it was not met and re-
sentment was created.
Five major recommendations
were listed by the NCA in their
report. The recommendations in-
volved the State Board as well as
EMU. They were:
The State Board should define
major policies for guidance of
Eastern Michigan and the other
three universities under its Juris-
diction. (The other three are
Northern, Central and Western
Michigan Universities.)
The State Board should estab-
lish clear channels of communica-
tion with faculty members at
EMU, defining the role of the ad-
ministration in relation to them.
The place of EMU should be
clarified within the "system" of
public education as a guide for
the school's development in fu-
ture years.
The EMU administration should
work out a clear policy regarding
faculty personnel employment,
tenure, promotion and retirement,
and make it available in published
form.
The NCA should make an "ac-
crediting visit" to EMU in late
1964, after the school spends a
year in "full self-study."

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