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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

Friday, January 31, 196-9

THE MICHIGAN DAILY Friday, January 31, 19~9

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h~ockey: U-M vs. Minnesota: Coli-
seum. 8:00 p.m.
All applications for the Junior Year?
In France and the Junior Year in Ger-
mnany sh~ould be turned in to the Of-
fice for Study Abroad, 1223 Angellj
Hall today.
General Notices
ftroadcastlng Service: WUOM Radio
(91.7 Me,) 11 a.m. tAo 1.1 p.m. daily;
Saturday 12 noon to 11 p.m.; Sunday
12 Noon to 6p.m.
Friday 11:00~ a.m. The Eleventh Hour
(repeated at 7 p.m.) Ed Burrows hosts
an hour of news apd conversation
about the arts and literature. Guest:
Guest Compo er Evnjami~n Lees.
Friday 1:00 p~m. From The Midway
"Sleep Pathol .gy: Community Psychia-
try, and Psychoanalysis", with three
members of the Department of Psy-
chiatry at the University of Chicago.
Friday 5:00 p.m. Focus on Students,
produced by stdents in the depart-
mnent of speech. Friday 5:15 p.m. Busi-
ness .Review, with Prof. Ross Wilhelm.
Friday 8:00 p.m. U-M Symphony Or-
chestra, Josef Blatt conducting, .a con-
cert broadcast live from Hill Audi-
torium, Glin)~a, Schubert, R. Strauss.
Friday .9:45 p.m. U-M Department of
Journalism Lecture - ,A. H. Raskin,I
member of the Editorial Board of the
New York Times, on "Can America's
Newspapers Live with Labor - and
Can They Live without Labor?"
Saturday 1:00 p r The Corporation
In Mid-Century America: "The Power
of the Corporation in the Govern-
mental Process", with, U-M Prof. ofj
economics Daniel Fuseld, and S. H.
Fletcher, vice president and General
Counsel, Western Electric. Saturday
5:15 p.m. Jazz Revisited, with H a z e n
Schumacher presenting European re-
cordings by Fats Waller, Duke Elling-
ton, Coleman Hawkins, etc. Saturday
7:30 p.m. Record Collector, with Prof.
Warren Good. Saturday 8:30 p.m. Bas-
ketball - the U-M4 vs.-Loyola of Chi-
cago, reported by Tom Hemingway
from Chicago.
Program in American Culture, illus-
trated lecture by Prof. Alan Gowans,

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University of Victoria, British Colum-
bia, "The Comic Strip: Kinetic Le-7
gends of Our Time", Tues., Feb. 4,1
4:00 p.m., Architecture Auditorium. 1
Applications for L.S,&A. Scholar- '
ships for the Summer Term, 1969 and1
for Pal and Winter Terms. 1969-701
will be available in Room 1220 Angell1
Hall beginning February 28, 1969. Ap-
plicants must have at least one full
term or residence in this College at
the time of award. For an L.S.&A.f
Scholarship, need is the primary con-
sideration, but applicants must have1
a scholarship average of 3.0 or higher
in L.S.&A^
If you have any questions about thisr
announcement, please call Mrs. Doro-
thy Townsend at 764-7297, Thank you
for your cooperation.

Natural Science. Chairman :A. H. Rand Corporation, Santa Monica,I superintendent and other workers, U.S. Civil Service Commission -
Smith. Calif.: Administrative Manager ,/ con-I MSW with up to 4 years. Health Plan- Make appt. at Placement Services,
tract administrator, META/MPA and 2 ner, MPH, Hasp. Admin., Soc. Wk.. 3200 SAB
1years exper, contact with research en- Psych., Econ., Planning, MPA, MBA
P a e e tviroinment previously. or research.,min. 4yer professional
Room 200 SA.B.Stone Webster Engineering C a r- work in this area,
Rom30 ...poration, N.J.: Engineers in Chem.. ____ A ~i
Curret PostionMechan., Elect. and Electron.. B SE SUMMER PLACEME~NT SERVICEQt Z
Curn oiinOpenings received keveks. 212 S.A.B., Lowel Level
GnrlDvso bysalad Grand Rapids Urban League, Mich :NOTICES
phone, not interviews on campus,1 Interview, January 31: Camp Tama-
please 'call 764-7460 for complete in- Assistant to director of community ser- ;rack, Fresh Air Society, Detroit, 10 a.m.
formation and aplctv rcdrs ices, inner city work, no expel'. req.,-5pm.GnCusseinwtr
Southwest Regional Laboratory for bumin Ay haveou.towk -2relars , degreefront, arts & crafts, nature - c a mn p :::::.:":
Educational Research and Develop- m.B inocwkread dvii craft, tripping, music, dramatics; unit Hillel Foundation, 1429 Hill St., Fri.,
enngeod Caiona ntc-consider MSW and no exper.an ast;cewrkrtuk-s
met IgeooCliona.Isru- Kerr Manufacturing Company, De- sup v. adas. aeokr rc-u 31st, 5:30 p.m. - Traditional Services
tional Product Developers, LanguagetrtMh.ReachAsitO- driver, nurse and camp physician. 7:15pm. Hillel Student services - 8:30
and Reading Skills Research Staff, In- grant ch.: R-4searhsciaceOr- ICredit for work at Tamarack granted ini pm. Student Forum on "Jewish Hypo-
soegrCe. - er nCe e ae.pstructional Systems Analysts, Field serh1aae fQait suacsm ae cracy" led by Wendy EBlav; Sat., Feb.
TrotCodntrBRsac sit S and 7-10 years. ENIERN1LCEETSRIE1st., 9:15 a.m. - Traditional Services, -
ants.Eotrqieapo.av e . R. Carpenter Company,Rimo. 128 H, West Engrg, Bldg. Foresters Club: Feb. 1st, 8:00 pm. to
gres Workmayipclude lab wor~k, Va.: Plant Engineer, Accountants. Ira- ____10 ~.i h no alom a
part-time teaching, consulting etc. dustrial Engrs., Product Supt., ChtE,j;1:0amithUnoblromBnc
Harvard University Staff Personnel, and IE or ME, Department Head of Make interview appointment at Room ing, entertainment, refreshments - stu-
Cambridge, Mass.: Personnel Interview- Fabrication. Production, Sales Coordi- 128 H, West Engrg, Bldg. unless other-, dents and faculty welcome.
er, Office Manager, Senior Secretary nators, Regional Sales mgmt., Special wise specified. ___________________
positions, Lab Technician, Part-time Project Engr., Branch Plant Mgrs. FEBRUARY 7, 1969
Administrative Asst., Part-time R e - Dinwiddie and Kandt, Petoskey, Amoco Chemicals Corp.
search Asst. Mich,: Accounting majors for this Anaconda Wire & Cable Co. e'tyr
Eggers Plywood Company, Two Riv- small northern Mich. CPA firm. Armco Steel Corp.
ers, Wis.: Industrial Engineer, exper. Wo Schools and Residential Treat- Borg-Warner Research CenterRe ty u
desired, degree pref. ment Center, Langhtorne, Pa.: Recent Campbell Soup Co. - Chicago Mfg.
Midwest Research Institute, Kansas PhD in clinical Psych., treating emo- Plant R o m t W t
City, Mo.: positions in biol. sci., Vet- I tionally disturbed, neurologically im- Clark Equipment Co. Ro1nm e xit
erinary Med., Chem engr., inorgan., paired. and/or retarded children, ado- Inland Steel Co.
chem., and polymer sci. scem., Econ.; lescents, and adults, and small number International Telephone & Telegraph
ad. degrees for econ, planning, recrea- of students in day programs. Corp.
tion, land use planning. Engineering,1 Pfizer and Co., Inc., Groton, Conn.E The National Cash Register Co. a I Aliie
microwave, analysis, design, product Microbiologist, PhD and interest in i- RCAas tid -a
and process. Mgmt. sci., oper. res., pro- dust, fermentations. Republic Steel Corp.
jiect control, stat. State of Arkansas: Child welfareI The Youngstown Sheet & Tube Co. ___________________
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South and Southeast Bag Lunch,e
Homer Hogel, Educatipn, "The Inter-c
relation of Three Extension Programs
in Bujerat State", Lane Hall B a se-<
ment, Friday, Jan. 31, noon.Ie
Ann Arbor Society, Archaeological
Institute of America and the Depart-I
ment of Classical Studies: Professor T.z
Leslie Shear, Jr., Dept. of Art and
Archaeology, Princeton University,j
"Buildings and oPlitlcs in Periclea«
Athens", Monday. Feb. 3, Auditorium
B, Angell Hall, 4:10 p.m.
} Doctoral
Examinations
Doctoral Examination for: Philip
John Guichelaar, Metallurgical E n -
gineering, Dissertation: "Equilibrium
Immiscibility Relations in the I r o n-
Magnesum-Silicon Ternary Liquid
System," on Friday, January 31 at 3
p.m. in Room 3201 East Engineering,f
Co-Chairman: R. A. Finn and P. K.
Trojan.
Doctoral Examination for: Richard
Louis Homola, Botany, Dissertation: "A
Systematic Study of the Section Cel-
luloderina Fayod of the Genus Pluteus
Fries in North America," on Friday,
January 31 at 3 p.m. in Room 1139

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