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Friday, April 18, 1969

THE MICHIGAN DAILY Friday, April 18, 1969

the Daily Official Bulletin is an
fficial publication of the Univer- I
ity of Michigan. Notices should be t
ent in TYPEWRITTEN form to
toom 3528 L.S.A. Bldg., before
p.m. of the day preceding publi-
ration and by 2 p.m. Friday for
aturday and Sunday. General 1
lotices may be published a maxi-
num of two times on request; Day
yalendar items appear once only.
tudent organization notices a r e
ot accepted for publication. For
nore information, phone 764-9270.
Day Calendar
lureau of Industrial Relations Sen-
r: "Management of Managers, Pro-
Lm No. 86: North Campus Commons,
5 a.m.;
outh and Southeast Bag Lunch,
nes D. Clarkson, Dept. of Geography,
he Ecology of Food Production inc
utheast Asia", Fri., Apr. 18, Lanel
11 Basement, noon.V
stronomical Colloquium. Dr. Russell1
Isrud, Department of Atrophysical
ences, Princeton University, "PlasmaI
ysics and Cosmic Rays." Room 296
ysics-Astronomy Bldg., 4:00 p.m. r
Degree Recital: Catherine Grimaldi,c
la: School of -Music Recital Hall,f
1 p.m.
Jinema Guild: Marilyn Monroe, Clarkt
ble and Montgomery Clift in "Thes
sfits": Architecture Auditorium, 7100
1 9:05 p.m.
)egree Recital: Roger Cline, doubleI
is: School of Music Recital Hall, at1
0 p.m.
General Notices
Nomen Students: Recreational Hours
the Margaret Bell Pool.
aturday, April 19: 7:00 - 9:00 p.m.
Sunday, April 20: 3:00 - 5:00 p.m. (Co--z
4onday, April 21 thru Thursday,1
ril 24: 12 noon - 1:00 p.m. 4:00 -
Q p.m., 7:00 - 9:00 p.m.
ool closed April 25; reopens Thurs-c
y, May 8,.
pring, Spring-Summer Registration:
y 5, 1,4:30 p.m. May 6, 8-11:30 a.m.c
1 1-4:30 p.m. Open Registration (Nor
habetic schedule). Late Registration1
e of $15.00 becomes applicable at the
se of registration.c
Registration Assistants needed. Apply,
nom 119, L.S.&A. Building 8-11:30
n. and 1-4:30 p.m. daily.
Grade Sheets for Winter, 1969 haver
n sent to departments for distri-k
tion to instructors. Any grade sheet
- degree students should be sub-
tted to th Office of the Registrare
hin 48 hours after the examination,j
d no later than 12:00 noon, Friday,l
y 2, Failure to do so may preventĀ£
duation for certain students. All
de sheets for non-degree students
ould be submitted within five days of
examination, and no lafer than
urday, May 3 at 12:00 noon. A gradeE
ssenger service will be provided oni
regular basis by the Office of the1
gistrar to departmental offices onl
e Central Campus beginning Wednes-1
r, April 23 and continuing through
00 noon on Saturday, May 3. Grades
y also be submitted directly to thek
fice of the Registrar at "Window A",
,&A. Bldg., during working hours,.
estions pertaining to grade reports1
y be directed to 764-6292.1

curity number should be available
when the application is made.
All students should check their iden-
tification cards for errors. The first
nine digits of the student number
should be equal to the student's social
security number.
If the numbers do not match, the in-
correct card should be brought to
Window "A", L.S.&A. Bldg., for re-
placement. No replacement fee will
be charged.
During Spring term registration, May
5-6, all matters concerning I. D. cards
will be handled in the Lobby and Room
102 of the L.S.&A. building.
Doctoral Exams
Donald -David Hong, Pharmaceutical
Chemistry, Dissertation: "Analytical
Applications of Fluorescent Isothiocyan-
ates," on Friday, April 18 at 1:30 p.m.
in 2407 Chemistry Building, Chairman:
J. E. Sinsheimer.
3200 S.A.B.
Attention Students Taking the FSEE
Sat, April 19: The notification you re-
ceived from Washington incorrectly
listed the place of the examination, it
will be given in Auditorium C, Angell
Hall, 8:30 a.m., not where the notifica-
ion said it would be.
The Interviews for FSEE management
intern eligibility will be held at Place-
ment Services next Tuesday, April 22,
day before exams begin. You are noti-
fied if you qualify for these.
Current Position Openings received
by General Division by mail and phone,
spring grads may apply if otherwise
qualified, call 764-7460 for complete
information. During the interim while
the DOB is not published the posi-
tions we receive may be inquired
about by calling or stop in and ask
for Current Opeing notebook. Please
inform us of your address, after grad-
uation, we cannot help you during the
summer if we don't know where you
State of Utah: personnel trainees,
sanitarian, indust. hyg., nurse consult.,
med. social wk., public health engr.,
director of! vital stat., dir, bureau 'of
spec, health serv., health prog. rep.,
office mgr. civil engr., real estate tp-
praiser, geologist.
State of Connecticut: Chief of Psych
Serv., PhD plus 5 years, 2 supv. case
worker, BA and 6 mo. exper. Case supv
in child welfare, MSW and 2 years or
BA and 4.
Industrial Chemicals Div. of Arm-
our, Chicago, Ill.: Engrg., plant, pro-
cess, chief, production, Mktg. Anal.,
Environmental control engr, research
chim., polymer chem., new product
ch m., formulations chem.
Kalamazoo County Community Ac-
tion Program, Mich.: Senior Secretary,
good typing, steno skills, 3 yrs. exper.
Northwestern University, Chicago, Ill.:
Med. research personnel inverology, im-
munology, metabolism, gene expression,
bone metabolism, corino-carcinoma,
immuno-pathology, tumor transplants,
pathogenic organisms, mechanism of
enzyme action.
Hawthorne Community Hospital, Inc.:
Hawthorne, Calif.: Nurses, degree and
6 mo. - 4 yrs. exper.
City of St. Paul, Minn: Landscape
Architect, degree and 2 yrs.
National Archives and Records Ser-
vice, Wash., D.C.: Degrees in Hist. and
Poli. Sl. for positions in several librar-
les, the ones named after recent pres-
idents, in Iowa, N.Y., Missouri, Kansas,
Mass., and Texas, 30 hours in Amer.
hist. areas.
Management Consultant, position in
St. Louis, Mo.: College Relations Repre-
sentative, degree in bus ad./mktg. area,
heavy travel, will contact college ad-
ministrators and ask them to help in
financial plans aiding parents in plac-
ing and naintaining their children in
colleges, sales oriented, and financial
City of Grand Rapids, Mich.: C i v i1
Engineer, degree, no exper. necess.
Allstate Regional Office, Detroit,
Mich.: Property Adjuster trainee, me-
chanical aptitude or building t r a d e
exper. pref. Casualty Adjuster trainee,
will establish negligence and liability.
Sales agent openings in many Mich.
locations. Manpower dvelopment, de-

gree pref., exper. in training, will be
hiring, orienting dev. of new employees
and exper. employees.
Kerr Manufacturing Co., Romulus,
Mich.: ME and EE degrees wanted for
Q.C., Supv., and Manager in Engrg. and
R&D. Export Sales Mgr., 5 yrs. in, ex-
port. Sales Trainee, degree and sales
AVCO, Bay State Abrasives Div., of
Westboro, Mass.: Project Engr, BSME
plus 3 - 5 years in machine design, pro-
curement, hydraulic and electrical cir-
State of Michigan: Clinical, Hosp.,
Psychiatric, Public Health and Surgical
Nurses at exper. and non-exper, levels,
BS and MS levels.
Cleveland Hospital Council and
Council and League for Nursing, Cleve-
land, Ohio: RN and guidance counselor
for federal contact demonstration grant,
sensitivity to problems of disadvant-
aged youngsters, MA in G&C for coun-
selor. Assist, to professional staff, good
writing and typing abilities, engl/journ
Wolverine Brass Works, Grand Rapids
Mich.: BSME, interest in product de-
sign, mechanical aptitude for inventive
design and dev. of quality plumbing
Oakland County, Mich.: Deputy Dir.
of Health,,MD, licensed in Mich. plus
MPH and 2 yrs. practice. Public Health
Nurse, Reg. and P.H. study, Senior Die-
tician, degree and 3 yrs. exper.
Oxford Univ. Press, N.Y.: College
dept. representatives, BA/MA lib. arts,
humanities, nat sci.
Management Consultants: Benton
Harbor, tool designer engineers, degree,
exper. or no.
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