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DAILY OFFICIAL BULLETIN

Created for the Creative Designer...
an Engineering Masters Fellowship Program
Are you content to understand the technical aspects of a problem? Or, are you impelled to go on and
create a design that solves the problem? If you're the latter type, Grumman invites you td investigate
its fellowship program. These Fellowships were established to give encouragement and financial assistance
to engineering graduates, knowledgeable in the technical disciplines, with an aptitude for reducing ideas
to practice. Specifically, this is an opportunity for people with creative abilities who are interested in
applying their talents to design usable hardware,, as opposed to careers in pure analysis or, research.
Grumman, a high technology company producing a wide range of systems, annually awards 20
Fellowships for work toward Masters Degrees in
Engineering. These are divided equally _

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The Daily Official Bulletin is an
official publication of the Univer-
sity of Michigan for which The
Michigan Daily assumes no editor-
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sent in TYPEWRITTEN form to
Room 3528 L.S.A. Bldg., before 2
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Calendar items appear once only.
Student organization notices are
not accepted for publication. For
more information phone 764-9270.
WEDNESDAY, JANUARY 29
Day Calendar
Bureau of Industrial Relations Sem-
inar: "Management of Managers, Pro-
gram No. 79": North CampusCom-
mons. 8:00 a.m.
Dept. of Anatomy Lecture: D r. Brad-
ley M. Patten, "Development of the
Ventricular Wall and its Blood Sup-
ply", Room 1520 E. Medical TAdg., 1:10
p.m.
Transportation Institute Seminar- -
William M. Spreitzer, G. M.' Research,
Laboratories, "Transportation Research I
-An Industrial View": Multipurpose !

Room, Undergraduate Library, 3:00t
p.m.
Dept. of Urban Planning Lecture:
Britton Harris, Professor of_ City and
Regional Planning, U. of Pennsylvania,
"Art and Science in Planning and De-
sign". Architecture And. 4:00 pm.D
Department of Journalism Lecture:
Sig Mickelson, vice-president of Time-
Life Broadcast Inc. and former presi-
dent CBS News, "Smaller World."' AtI
Rackham Amphitheater, 4:10 p.m.
Department of Germanic Languages
and Literatures Lecture: Professor W.
F. Tulasiewicz, Cambridge University,j
England, lecture in English. "A n n a'
Seghers and East German Literature,"
East Conference Room, Rackham, 4:10
p.m.
Botany Seminar: Dr. Julian Adams,,
on "Intergenotypic Competition and1
Population Structure in Barley and
Wheat". 1139 Natural Science Building,
4:15 ;p.m.]
Cinema Guild: Charlie Chaplin inj
Shoulder Arms and The Gold Rush:7
Architecture Auditorium, 7:00 and 9:05
p.m.
University Players (Department of;
Speech): Mack Owen's Bang! Bang!
You're Dead! (Premiere Production) :
Trueblood Theater, 8:00 p.m.{
Creative Arts Festival: Black P o e t s
Festival: League Snack Bar, 8:00 p.m.

General Notices

ice, please call 4-3497 and ask for Miss
Johnston.

Mental health Research Institnhl
Broadcasting Service: WUOM Radio, Seminar, Thursday. Jan. 30. Edwar
(91.7 Mc.) 11 a.m. to 11 p.m. daily: Eisenstein, Dept. of Biophysics, iMch-
Wednesday 11:00 a.m. The Eleventh Eisenstein, Dept. of Biophysics, Mich-
Hour (repeated at 7 p.m.) Ed Bur- igan State University: "Studies oi
rows hosts an hour of news and con- Learning in Simpler Systems", roon
versation about the arts and literature 1057. 345 p.m. Tea for those attending
Guest: Writer-in-Residence Kurt Von- 3:15 pm. room 2059.
negut,
Wednesday 1:00 p.m. Latin America Zoology Lecture. Dr. John A. v
Lecture Series: "Christianity and Marx- Kirsch, Museum of Natural History an
ism: Conflict or Coexistence?" with Dept. of Zoology, University of Kansas
Ivan Illich, founder and director, In- "Comparative Serology of Marsupials"
tercultural Documentation Center, Thursday. January 30, Room 140(
Cuernavaca, Mexico; and Albert Meyer, Chemistry. 2:30 p.m.
U-M Professor of Political Science. Part
4 of 4. Wednesday 4:45 p.m. Campus
News, produced by students in the na cement
department of speech. Room 3200 S.A.B.
Thursday 1:00 p.m. U-M Center for Ro 20SAB
Russian and East European "Studies N\ONCDET
Lecture - Peter C. Ludz, Professor ofANNOUNCEMENT:
Political Science. Free University of February 3-7, Peace Corps Week: Al
Berlin, on "Political and Social Change interested students visit 3529 S.A.B
in East Germany". Thursday 4:45 p.m. during this week for general informa
Conservation Report, with Prof. K a r I tion, pamphlets, application, testing
Lagler. Thursday 5:15 p.m. U-M Fea- speak with returned volunteers. Al
ture Story with Jack Hamilton. Thurs- day, 9 am. - 5 p.m.
day 7:30 pm. U-M Symphony Band, Current Position openings receiver
one o fa series of half-hour programs by general division by hail and phone
conducted by Dr. William D. Revelli. not interviews on campus, please cal

between members of the year's
graduating class and company*
employees.
THE PROGRAM
The Program combines work
and study. The Fellows work 24
hours per week during the school
year and full-time-40 hours-
during the summer. A Fellow is
expected to carry a school load of
one-half the full-time program, so
as to complete his Masters Degree
in two years. For the hours
worked, the Fellows are com-
pensated at rates consistent _
with regular employees of
comparable education and
experience, and they
participate completely:
in full normal employee
benefits, including
fully paid medical
plan and insurance. In
addition, a Fellow re-
ceives a stipend of $1,000

per year plus $500 for each de-
pendent (spouse and children),
full tuition, fees and books.
This package has an annual
value of between $10,750 and
$13,000. The Fellowships are
granted for one year and will
be renewed for a second upon sat-
isfactory completion of the 12-
month work/study plan.
['HE APPLICATION
If you aspire to a career of creative
design and can meet entrance
requirements to graduate
school, clip and mail the
coupon below now. Com-
pleted application forms
must reach us by March 1,
1969. All the Fellow-
f, ships will be
awarded by
: vs: March 31,1969.

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IF YouI LEAD A

Admission Test for Graduate Study
in $usiness: If you have been assigned
to take the Admisison Test for Grad-
uate Study in Business on this campus
on Saturday, February 1, you are re-
minded to report to Room 140, Busi-
ness Administration Buiding at 8:30
a.m. If this address conflicts with the
one on the registration card you re-

764-7460 for application information:
To the best of our knowledge all o
the companies listed below are equa
opportunity employers. Practicall,
without exception these companies ar
stressing the desire to interview minor
ity group candidates. Inasmuch a.
businesses of all types are making
real effort to reach the student body'
(Clontinued ion Pae 7)

QUIET LIFE
Then the DA I LY
DISPLAY ADVERTISIN(
STAFF is the place
forv ou!7

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RENT STRIKE
Arty Tenant in any off-campus building interested in the
Rent Strike should get information from the Tenants
Union: 763-3102, 1532 SAB.
ENDORSED BY:

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STENANTS I

If Your Landlord is One of the following and you
not been reached by the rent strike, we need your

have
help.

. Mr. ThomasE. Fessenden, Director of
. Engineering Services and Administration :
*..' GRUMMAN Aircraft Engineering Corporation
.ethpage, Long Island,'NewYork 11714
: Dear Mr. Fessenden:«
I would like to apply lot your Engineering Masters Fellowship «
Program. Please send me complete application material.
:NAME
(plase pin)
SCHOOL ADDRESS (laepit
CITY STATE ZIP
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Apartmernts Ltd.;
Ann Arbor Trust Co.
Arbor Mgt.
Charter Realty
Dahlmann Apts.
Misco Mgt.
BMR

Patrick Pulte Inc.
Summit Associates
Walden Mgt.
Wilson-White Co.
Campus Mgt.
Post Realty

GRUMMAN
i AIRCRAFT E!GINERIN G ORPORATION
Bethpage*+Long Island N Nw York, 11714
WHERE MAN 1S THE HEART OF THE SYSTEM
At 94uSI OpportunityEniploy~r (M/F!

Student Gov't. Council
Grad Assembly
Engineering Council
Citizens for New Politics
New Democratic,
Coalition
Lawyers' Guild
Black Law Students'.
Alliance

Social Work Student
Union
New University
Conference
Student Civil Rights
Research Committee
Young :Democrats
Student Housing
Advisory Board
Northwood-Terrace
Association

Our lists must be complete. Contact the Tenants Union of.
your building has not been canvassed. CALL 763-3102,
1532 S.A.B.

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