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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

Sunday, February 23, 1969

Page en TE MICIGANDAIL

Panel to act
n lanuage
(Continued from Page 1)

~ ...: .............:r : ^. .<:;"::;iza:;:ii:3 .,.' Econ., Math Psych., soc. and statis-
tics for positions in statistical studies.
DAILY OFFICiAL --

BULLETIN

TUESDAY, MARCH 4, 1969
Naval Personnel Research Laboratory.
Wash., D.C.: Bach, and masters in
engi., gen. lib. arts, hist., journ., poll.
sci., soc. and all degree levels in econ.,
education and psychology. for d a t a
process., mgmt trng., personnel, publ.
admin., purchasing, and statistics.

(Continued from Page 8)

At last Monday's meeting, three information and registration forms Neiman Marcus, Dallas, Texas: All
contact the Dept. of Architecture. majors and degree levels for mgmt.
Committee members, including trng., and merchandising.
Gindin, presented three different Final Payment of Winter Term Fees Interviews will resume on Monday,
positions on the language require- is due and payable on or before Feb- March 10, after Spring Break.
ruary 28, 1969. If fees are not paid by
ment. However, the members, em- this date: SUMMER PLACEMENT SERVICEI
phasized that they did not nec- 1. A $10.00 delinquent penalty will be 212 S.A.B., Lower Level
essarily support the positions they charged. Interviews in Summer Placement:
2. A "Hold Credit" will be placed
were presenting. against you. This means that until pay- MONDAY, FEBRUARY 24, 1969
Prof. Jean Carduner of the ment is received and "Hold Credit" is Camp Missaukee, Mich. girls. Unit
cancelled: (1) Grades will not be mail- counselors, campcraft instructor, na-
French department spoke in favor ed. (2) Transcripts will not be. fur- ture director, dramatics, cook and as-
of retaining the present language nished. (3) You may not register for fu- sistant to cook.
requirement. In presenting his ture terms. (4) A Senior may not grad-r
cashe everelycritiizes duate with his class at the close of the FEBRUAPY 25, 1969
case, he severely criticized stu current term. Camp Cavell, YWCA of Metro De-
dents' objections to the require- 3. The Dean of your school or col- troit. Unit assistants, business manag-
ment. lege will be given a list of delinquent er, directors for waterfront, crafts and
ro.FakX Bru oftheaccounts. riding.
Prof. Frank X. Braun of t he, Payments may be made in person, or-
German department presented an mailed to the Cashier's Office, 1015 FEBRUARY 26, 1969
"amelorative proposal". L.S.&A. Building, before 4:30 p.m. on atCamp Mataponi, Maine, girls. Spec-
Februarytiv28,op1sal".lalists ;in waterfront, tennis, land
Braun's plan included putting Mail payments postmarked after due sports, arts and crafts, and outdoor
all elementary language courses, date, February 28, 1969, are late and camping,
on a pass-fail basis and initiating subject to penalty. Camp Onota, Mass. boys. Afternoon
Identify mail payment as tuition only, Group heads (supv. position. 21
a "double-track" system so' stu- and show complete ten-digit student age req ). specialists in all sports, sci-
dents could choose between read- number and name. ence, swimming, sailing, music and
ing or conversational courses. dramatics, tennis, riflery and others.
Gindin advocated abolition of P fler in ei t FEBRUARY 27, 1969
the requirement and also present- Camp Fiesta, Wisc.: Girls. Arts &
GENERAL DIVISION crafts, archery, riding, campcraft, ca-
ed the case for a substitute en- 3200 S.A.B. noeing, skiing, drama and golf.
trance requirement. -- Camp Yehudah, Mich. coed, a r t s

a.m.-8 p.m. for information, group
meeting will be held from 3:30 to 4:30
in room 3516.
ANNOUNCEMENTS:
Law Students: American Civil Liber-
ties Union, N.Y. has summer opening
for two second or third year students,
first year students considered on out-
standing abilities. Work will involve le-
gal research and writing in constitu-
tional law.
EDUCATION DIVISION
The following schools will be inter-
viewing prospective teachers in our
office:
MONDAY, MARCH 3:
Anchorage, Alaska: All fields K-12
and Spec. Ed.
Fairfax, Virginia: All fields.
Mt. Clemens, Mich.: Elem., L i b ..
Couns.. Engl., Vocal, Math, J.H. Math,.
J.H. Gen. Art.
Detroit, Mich.: Elem.: K-6, Spec. Ed.,
Vocal Music, P.E., Drama-Speech-audioI
visual, Art, Sci., Lib., Math., Sp, Corr.
Jr. High: Voc. Music, Gen. Sci., G.P.E.,
Spec. Ed., Engl.. Math., I.A., Lib., H.E.
Sr. High: Biol. I.A., G.P.E., Math, HE.
Maywood, Ill. (Proviso East H.S.):
German French, Spanish, I.A., Bus. Ed..
B.P.E., Dr. Ed., G.P.E.
TUESDAY. MARCFl 4
Southfield, Mich'.: Elem.: K-6, Lib..
Vocal Music, P.E., Art. Jr. High: Engl.,
Math.. French Spanish, Latin, S.S., S.
I.A., Home Ec., Bus. Ed., Lib., Vocal
Music, G.P.E., B.P.E. Art, Sp. H.S.:
Art, Engl., German, French, Span. Lat-
in. S.S.. Sci., Bus. Ed., Lib., Math.,
Speech/Drama, Radio/TV, B.P.E.,
G.P.E.. I.A..Spec. Ed.: Ment. Hdcp, Type
A, Type B, School Social Worker, Sp.
Corr. Couns.
El Monte, Cal.: Elem.: K-6. Jr. High:
Math., Art. Gen. Sci., Engi., Span., Core.
Las Vegas, Nevada: Elem.: K-6, Art,
Music, P.E., Lib., E. Dist., M.R., Sp.
Ther., Psych., School Nurse, Soc. Work-
ers. SEC.: Art. Bus. Ed., Distr. Ed.
Drama/Sp., Engl., Span., French, Ger-
inan, H.E., I.A., Journs.. Lib:, Math.,
Mus., Boys and Girls P.E., Phys. Sci.,
Biol. Sci.. Soc. S&.
Towson, Maryland (Baltimore Cohn-
ty )
Carmichael. Cal. (San Juan Dist.): All
Fields Elf m. and Secondary.
San Diego, Cal.: Elem.: K-6. Spec. Ed.
Sec.: Engl., G.P.E.. Math., Sp. Ed.
(M.R.) will talk to other candidates.
WEDNESDAY, MARCH 5
Hayward, Cal.: Elem.: K-6, Hearing
Tr., M.R.. Ed. Handep., Sp. Ther.. Rem.
Read. Sec.: Phys. Sci, Span., Bus., I.A.

Math.. Engi.. L.A., G.P.E. S.S. Souns.
Mt. Vernon, Ohio: Elem.: K-6, PE.,
Spec. Ed., Lib. Sec.: Engl., Math/Scd.,
S.S., S.S. Engl., P.E., Hist., Spec. Ed.
Greenwich, Conn.: Elem.: K-6, Vocal
Music, G.P.E., Rem. Read., Psych, Sp.
Ther. Sec.: Art, Bus. Ed., Engl., Fr.,
Span., Guid., H.E., I.A., Lib., Math.,
G.P.E., B.PE., Gen. Sci., Biol. Chem.,
Physics. Psych. S.S., Spec. Ed.
Rockford, Mich. Elem.: K-6. Jr.
High: S.S.. Enal.. Math., Rem. Read.
H,S.: Engl., Math., S.S., Guid., Art, P.E.
Inistr. Mus., Type A.
West Hartford, Conn.: All fields and
s'e. ed.
T11URSDAY', MARCH 6:
Crystal Lake. Ill.: (No. 47 and No.
155): Elem.: K-6. H.S.: Engl., S.S.,
Math., Sci.
Baldwinsville, New York: All fields.
FRIDAY, MARCH 7:
Oak Park, Ill.: (Oak Park-River For-
est H.S.) Orchestra-Strings, E.H.H. Sys-
tems Analyst, Biol., Math., Couns., S.S.,
Span., French.
Hewlett, New York: All fields.
To Arrange Appointments, Contact
Mrs. Staelin at 3200 S.A.B.-764-7459
ORGAN IZATION
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In his argument for the substi-
tution of an entrance requirement,
Gindin supported a proposal sub-
nitted last month by Prof. Wil-
liam Cressey of the Spanish de-
partment.
Cressey's proposal provides for
a phased changeover by 1972 to
a language entrance requirement.
In the interim, the present re-
quirement would be lightened, and1
elementary courses would be al-
tered to emphasize more "con-
tact" with the country whose
language is being studied.

Placement interviews at General Divi-
sion, 3200 S.A.B. Please make appoint-
ments as early as possible. All repre-
sentatives are anxious to speak to
young men regardless of their selec-
tive service status. Please call 763-1363
to make appointments, or come in.
MONDAY, MARCH 3, 1969
Michigan Department of Civil Serv-
ice, Lansing and statewide. All degree
levels and majors for banking, biol.,
cartography,, EDP areas, insurance, lib.-
rary, mgmt., trng., mktg. res., merchan-
dising, personnel, production, publ. ad-
min., publ. relations, purchasing, writ-
ing, statistics, social work, secretarial,
and recreation.
National Center for Health Statistics,
Wash. D C., Each. and Masters in

and crift inst., cabin counselors, re-
gistered nurse, waterfront director, as-
sistant counselors.
FEBRUARY 28, 1969
Travelers Company, Hartford, Conn.:
is interviewing juniors and seniors for
(comouter training pograms, liberal arts,
math. communications sci., buts, ad.
and engrg. Register for these inter-
views at SPS, 212 S.A.B. Advance meet-
ing for information in Room 25 Angell
Hall on Tuesday, Feb. 25 at 4 p.m.
Miss Liberty, London. England. Have
London as base, free to travel week-{
ends and at end of summer. Positions
for men and women in areas of secre-
tarial, transcribing, machine operators.
clerks. typists. Come to S.P.S. for in-
formation, or to room 3516 all day, 10

Hillel Foundation, 1429 Hill St., Sun., tar EAitemnorderud.Send check
Feb. 23rd, 2:00 p.m. Israel Folk Danc- or M.O. (No C.O.D.) to:
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Israel Cafe Night (Israel food) 7:00 p.m. ., iwYr N -7
Open Executive Board Meeting. 210 E 23rd St New York. N
Gamma Delta, Feb. 23rd, 6:00 p.m.
1511 Washtenaw, a talk by the manager
of Logos Bookstore featuring religious
books and articles.
University Lutheran Chapel, Feb. 23rd
at 9:30 and 11:00 a.m. 1511 Washtenaw,
Eermon: A Little Letter of Big Con-
fidence by Pastor Scheips. Holy com-
nm.nion at 9:30 service.
Committee todKeepBiafra Alive meet-
ing. 7:00 p.mn., Monday, Feb. 24th, 3516 S M E
SA F_
'M Libertarian League: Meeting, Feb.
23rd, 2:00 p.m. Room 3Y of the Union,
Discussion of Objectivist and other psy-
chological theories. and report on the
National Libertarian League.
American Institute of Industrial En-
gineers: weekly luncheon, Tuesday, Feb.
25th at 12:00 noon, 229 West Engineer- L
ing Speaiyer: Mayor Hiulcher.
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THURSDAY,
Feb. 27, 8 P.M.
Room RS, Union

BUSINESS STAFF
is proud to announce
J or Appointments
for 1969-70
VI DA GOLDSTEI N-Billing
AMY COHEN and ALICE PREKETES-
Classified Junior Associates
IAN WRIGHT, DAVE BELL (Junior
Associate), BARRY HOLLANDER
(Assistant Manager)-Circulation
BECKY VAN DYKE, JOAN OLECK
(Junior Associate)-Display Ads
SALLY JACOBSON and MARK WALFISH-
Layout Junior Associates
GEORGE DONDERO and DIANE
KOMASARA-National Ads Junior
Associates
PHYLLIS HURWITZ-Personnel
MARILYN HEISER-Promotions
CRAIG WOLSON-Sales and Servicing
GOOD LUCK FROM THE SENIORS!

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you cultivate a taste for. .. like

beer is Beechwood Aged; it's
a costly way to brew beer, and
it takes more time. But it

olives, or scotch, or

kumquats.
Maybe.

But

we

think it makes a dif-
ference which brand of
beer we're talking
about.
We think Budweiser

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works.)
So whether you're
one of the few who
has never tried beer,
or a beer drinker who
suddenly feels the
urge to find out why
so many people enjoy

is an exception to this "you've
gtd-s f 11Q I pd to it" rle. It's

Budweiser, we think you'll
like it.

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