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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

Wednesday, February 5, 1969

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Day Carlerukir gineer needed immediately, degree and
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Bureau of Industrial Relations Sem- Detroit Civil Service Commission:
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gram No. 80": North Campus Commons, public, generally field assignments.
8:00 a.m. State of Michigan: Lab or Hearing
Anatomy Seminar, Dr. Donald K. Officer, membership to Mich. S t a t e
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University Philharmonia: Theo Al- per. Supv. of Inmate Education.; BA
cantara, conductor, Charles Avsharlan, and 3 years teaching exner. Educa-
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p.m, child psych.. couns.. and teachingr
Creative Arts Festival: Stanley Kauf- cert. Institutional Parole Officer, BA
fmann. Associate Literary Editor and and 2 years exper 'In ed., sne welfare.
Film Critic of The New Republic: Ar- emnloyment counseling, rehab., or
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hosts an hour of news and conversationI ferred.
abouta he arts and literature. Guest I Swedish Crucible Steel,, Plastics Divi-
Panel on Surrealism with Robert Weiss, sion: Detroit. Michigan - Chemical, Or-
Diane Kirkpatrick and Ed Germain. ganic and Polymer chem. majors for{
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Thursday 1:00 p.m. National Associa- relations speciality, good training pro-
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