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Friday, January 24, 1969
,"" ' '$s . .w r . x ":??is : :r;.;: # o- secretary, latter requires better typ- a.m.-5 p.m. Gen. Couns., spec, in
ing than former, both prefer journ. or waterfront, arts & crafts, nature-camp-
DAiLY OFFICIAL engi. bkcrnd., but not mandatory, and craft, tripping, music, dramatics, unit
would like some IBM exper., will take supervisor & asst., caseworker, truck-
BU L T Nno exper. however. bus driver, nurse and camp physician.
BICity of Detroit, Mich.: Med. Labora- Univ. credit given up to six quarter
; . ".,::. ""r ,.":1:; ". ,t MA"~'. .'. tory technicians in general areas, and hours for ,camp work with this organi-
cytology and histology. Recreation Aide, zation.
(Continued from Page 6) for young men. Last time to sign up for examination
l'ocus on Students, produced by State of Michigan: Training School for Federal Jobs in the Summer is Jan.
speech deparItment students. Friday counselor, B9 with min. 30 hours in 30. Test is on weekend of spring break,
5:15 p.m. Business Review with Prof. soc. and/or psych. Water quality in- say on application where you will be
Ross Wilhelm. Friday 8:30 p.m. Hague vestigator. biol. sci, bckrnd. Public March 8.
Philharmonic Concert - broadcast live health consultant, MPH and 4 years
from Hill Auditorium. exper. ENGINEERING
Western Interstate Commission for : PLACEMENT SERVICE
Saturday e A p.m. Center for South Higher Education, Boulder, Colorado: 128 H, West Engrg. Bldg.
and Southeast Asian Studies Lecture --Assistant Director, Regional Mgmt. Make interview appointment at Room
Anil Seal, Lecturer in History. Univer- Info. Syst. Prog., substantial exper 128 H, West Engrg. Bldg. unless other-
sity of Cambridge, and Fellow, Trinity with mgmt. related to higher ed., and wise specified.
College, on "Imperialism and Colonial graduate degree. Regional Information JANUARY 31, 1969
Nationalism, Comparative Perspective". systems coordinator, some exper. and Allied Chemical Corp.s
Saturday 2:15 p.m. Basketball - The adv. degree.
U M vs. Michigan State, with Tom Hoag, Wismar, Henderson Associates,
Hemingway reporting the game from Cleveland, Ohio: Architecture, C i v i I
East Lansing. Saturday 5:15 p.m. Jazz Engrg., Structural Eng., Mechan. Engr.,
Revisited - Hazen Schumacher pre- and Electrical Engr. also Landscape
sents Parallels: St. Louis Blues, Lime- Arch. and Site Planning specialists.
house Blues, etc. Saturday 8:00 p.m. Can adopt program to pt. time, sum-
Contemporary Direc ons Concert - mer, co-op, evenings etc.
broadcast live from ckham Lecture Fisher Cheese Company, Wapakon-
Hall. - eta-Ohio: Industrial Ener. B3SIE and Ey

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Bell System
A.T.&T. Long Lines
Bell Labs.
Mich. Bell
Western Electric
Sandia Corp.
Calgon Corp.
Cornell Aeronautical Lab., Inc.
Digital Equipment Corp.
General Motors Corp. - Summer
Employment
Farris-Intertype Corp.
Jones'& Laughlin Steel Corp.
Lockheed-Georgia Co.
North American Rockwell Corp. -
Atomics International Div.
Autonetics Div.
Columbus Div.
Space Div. - Rocketdyne Div. &
Los Angeles Div.
Rice University
George E. Snyder Associates, Inc.

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Winter Term Fees: At least 50 per
cent is due and payable on or before
January 31, 1969,
Non payment of at least 50 per cent
by January 31, will result in the asses-
ment of a delinquent penalty of $5.00.
Payments may be made in person or
mailed to The Cashier's Office, 1015
L.S.A. Building, before 4:30 p.m. Fri-
day, January 31, 1969.
1MAIL EARLY
Mail Payments postmarked after due
date, January 31, 1969, are late and
subject to penalty.
Identify mail payments as tuition
and show complete ten-digit student
number and name.
Doctoral
Examinations
Doctoral Examination for: Robert
Everett Gernant, 'Geology, Dissertation:
"Paleoecology of the Miocene Choptank
Formation of Maryland ,and Virginia,"
on Friday, January 24 at 2 p.m. in
2045 Nat. Res. Eldg., Chairman: R. V.
Kesling.
PTlacement
PLACEMENT
3200 S.A.B.
ANNOUNCEMENTS:
Attention Students Interviewing to-
day, Western Union, Scheduled for Fri-
day, Jan. 23, will be unable to visit
MichIgan, your credentials will be for-
4V'warded to them,
International Voluntary Services film
shown today, Fri., in room 3532, S.A.B.
at 4 p.m.
Next FSEE, (Federal Service En-
trance Examfiination) test application
due Feb. 12, test given on March 15.
Current Position Openings received by
General Dlivision~ by mail and phone,
not interviews on campus, please call
764-7460 for complete application pro-
cedures.
Detroit Public Schools, Mich.: Senior
Data Processing Programmer, spec. in
acctg., bus, ad. math }or public admin.,
with trng. and exper. in EDP.
Fidelity Union Life Insurance Com-
pany, Dallas, Texas - Openings in
personnel, agency management, and
life underwriting. Business oriented, no
special, degree, some post college ex-
perience.
Local Firm: Editorial assistant, and
ORGANIZATION
NOTICES
Society of Classical Liberalism:
meeting - Sunday - Jan. 26th 3:00 p.m.
in Union - See Day calendar for room
.lumber,
Hillel Foundation: 1429 Hill St., Fri.,
Jan. 24th, 7:15 p.m.: Hillel Student
+ Services; 8:30, p.m. - Panel and open
discussion "Can Judaism Survive in a
communist Society?"
Graduate Council of Hillel: ;Fan. 26th
at 8:00 p.., 1429 Hill St., Graduate
Coffee House,

,uvn;xnuta rjgr., manu
3-5 years indust. mgmt/ exper
Girl Scouts of America, Ann Ar-
bor area branch - Field Director, BA
in liberal arts, or social sci. area, some
exper working with groups, volunteer
or paid.
City of Milwaukee, Wisc.: Marketing
Specialists, formulates adv. and pro-
motional and public relations pro-
grams to enhance city's business image.
degree in adv., sales, mktg., journ., lib.
arts, or soc. sci. and min. 5 years exper.
In a related area.
State of Washington: Administrative
positions, Financial, mus. mgmt., and
staff services, education and informa-
tion, employment security and social
services, law enforcement and medical,
engrg., and agricultural services.
SUMMER PLACEMENT SERVICES
212 S.A.B., Lower Level:
INTERVIEWS AT S.P.S.:
January 28 and 30: Camp Nahelu,
Mich. coed. 1-5 p.m. Coun elors, water-
front .director, arts and crafts,_ gym in-
str., dramatics.
January 30 and 31: Camp Tamarack:
Fresh Air Society, Detroit, Mich. 10

Or Restoration Drama, or any other class
where you're missing half of what's going on be-
cause you don't get enough sleep and your eyes
keep closing.
Take a Tirend and stay awake. Just one
or two Tirend tablets help keep you alert and on
your toes when over- cramming or lack of
sleep makes everything a drag.
(Try the samples given out.) Or pick up a box
at the nearest drug counter.
And only nod if you agree,:

when we say there's a real opportunity for you here

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LOX and BGLBUC
SUNDAY, JANUARY 26
Noon $1.25 per person
followed by a panel discussion on
The Student Rent S trike
featuring: MARK SCHREIBER-Student Housing Assoc.
PETER DENTON-Tenants' Union
TOM BROWN-U. of M. Student-Community
Relations
MICHAEL FORSYTHE-Attorney
HILLEL FOUNDATION 1429 Hill St.

Before you decide what you are going to do with
the new life your degree can open up for you, think-
about all the possible opportunities.
Don't just answer the usual questions about big
company versus small company, service company
versus product company, industry versus academe,
or public versus private business.
Think about where you can do most of what you
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We think you can do it here if what you are inter-
ested in is making specific, measurable improve-
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We expect that our systems approach will also
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We need men and women withdegrees in busi-
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