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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

Page Six

Tuesday, September 16, 1969

DAILY OFFICIAL:
BULLETIN
Continuedfrom Page 2)
October 20, 1969 (4:00 p.n.) is the
last (late for the Fall Term when the
Registrar's Office wil lallow refund
for a 50 per cent withdrawal.
Exception: Appropriate adjustments
will be made for those schools having
Classes which commence other t li a it
Septemiber S, 1969.
lE ngineering Interdepartmental Fluid
Mechanics Seminar: Mr. Robert T.
Jones, Aveo Everett Research Labora-
tory, "Fluid Mechanics of Blood Flow
in Relation to Heart Assist Devices":
September 17, 311 W. Engineering, 4:00
p.m. Coffee will be served in 214 W.
Engineering at 3:30 p.m-
LS&A FRESHMEN AND SOP OMORES
.DVANCED CLASSIFICATION
FOlt WINTER TERM 1970
In an effort to minimize the time
required to make appointments w i t h1
counselors for Winter Term electionsI
nd to help reduce the lines involved,
the Counselos' Oftice for Freshmen and
Sophomores in the College of Literature,
Science, and the Arts follows the pro-
cedure listed below for making these
appointments Students are asked to
make appointments in person at 1213
Angell Hall according to their assigned
counselor as indicated in the following
.shedule:
September 18. 19 (Thursday & Fri-
day): Cottrell replacing Allen; Donaghy
replacing Austin: Bassett; Binkert;
Brown replacing Clark: Cottrell; Clou-
tier replacing Cressey; Cooper replacing
Sullivan; Cowen: Croake replacing Den-
ton; Fabian eplacing Deskins. (Stu-
dents in the honors program should
disregard this schedule and make ap-
pointments at the honors office, 1210
A.H. starting September 17).
September 2?. 23 (Monday & Tues-
day): Elgot replacing Leo; Filgas (Pre-
Business) replacing Reinmuth & Hoad:
placinig Hawk;oLa.amsacl8c7aN-,:
Fensteniacher; Gale; Genova replacing
Hawk; Garlikov; Hartsuff iMed. Tech.);
linchey; Jaeger replacing Jensen; Jones
Keiker. (Students who will have elected
35 hours or more by the end of the
current term should check the schedule
to making appointments with concen-
tration advisors in 1223 Angell Hall.)
September 24. 25 (Wednesday &
'Thrsday): Longree; Linneman replac-
ing Wlialey; Montaperto replacing Sch-
rv er; Rodgers replacing Nissen; Sabo;
Simon;: C. I. Smith; Springier replac-
mug Schwaz: Stephenson; Wissman re-
placing Mullin; Wilson (Physical Ther-
apy ),
During each of these two-day periods,
three clerks will be making appoint-
iients for specified counselors. Stu-
dents who have not received letters
indicating their assigned counselor

should check with the receptionist.
Sophomores will meet with their!
counselors starting September 29 and
freshmen will meet with their coun-
selors October 27 (after mid-term grad-
es . In order to facilitate this proced-
ure it will be necessary to maintain
strict adherence to the above sched-
ule. At the start of each two-day per-
iod the full range of dates for appoint-
.,,_--~~ ~ -ttc nncir nnviwill

GENERAL DIVISION
Current Position openings received
by mail and phone, not interviews on
campus, call 764-7460 for further In-
formation:
Lexington-Fayette County H e a I t h
Department, Ky.: Environmental Health
Supv., BA, MA engrg., MPH, or related
areas with 2 years exper.

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ien.ts with the counselors invoved wi
be available. Freshmen and sophomores State o Michigan: Public H althAs
desiring to see a counselor regarding min, MA in soc. or health area plus
current elections or related matters 3-7 years.
should ask the receptionist for appoint- Local Commission: Personiiel Con-
ments. sultant, 1-3 admin. exper. plus counm-
seling, psych. or soc. wk. bckrnd.
S. Manager of Hospital Laison Dept. over
P lacetent Service 5 years admin. exper. In a hosp. setting,
200 S.A.I bckrnd. Manager of Hospital Laison De-
3 partment, over 5 years admin. exper, in
a hospital. setting, bckrnds in publ.
Today, Sept. 16: Registation meeting health, bus, hosp. admin., med., libr.
for Seniors and Grad. Students, 3 etc
p.m. and 4 p.m. in Angell Hall Auditor-
im D Register for notices of inter- State of Maine, governmental auditor.
views, recommendations and a file of State of Washington: ITsurance
credentials. Information and materials claims trainee, Intergroup relations
at this meeting. specialist, BA plus 2. Health Executive
Advisor, MPA plus 5.
Eastalco Aluminum Company, Fred-
crick, Md.: All engineering areas for
...production management.
)RGANIZATION Dept. of Navy, Bay City, Mich.: Ma-
rine, naval engrs., ee and ME and elec-
tronics engrs.
NTRW Inc., Redondo Beach, aClif.:
BEffMSEE circuit design, microelec-
.:Wj:tronics.
State of Connecticut: Welfare con-
Bach Club Meeting: Thursday, Sept. sultant in adoption, MSW plus
18, 8:00 p.m.: 1236 Washtela, (at S. Eisner and Lubin, N.Y.C.: Accounting
Forest. near S. University). Speaker: graduates for professional CPA staff.
Ronald Byrnside, "How Bach Handels Cummins Engine Co., Inc., Colun-
Rhythm". Refreshments and fun after- bus, ILd, auditing staff, MBA pref.
wards. Everybody welcome! (No musi- State of Washington: Highway plan-
cal knowledge needed.) Last meetings ning engineer,.BS plus 1.
attendance was 150. For further m- City of Minneapolis, Minn.: Land-
formation call 665-6806, 663-2827, or scape Arch., BS, new grad.
761-7356.

RADICAL CAUCUS
General Meeting
TONIGHT
Tues., Sept. 16
8 P.M. 351 1 SAB
ENGINEERS
Looking for something different'.
Research not your bag?!
Get out in the daylight. Go places, meet people. Do
your own thing, too. Talk with our friendly recruiter
about Engineering Sales. THURSDAY, OCTOBER 2.
IAWe tell it like it is.
PENN Controls
The other controls company
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discount rcords,I

University

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BARABAJAGAL-Donovan with
appearances by Jeff Bec "

TERRY REID-his
second album

U of M Scottish Country D a n c e
Society eWdnesday 8-10:30 p.m., W.A.B.
Instructions given, beginners welcome!
Concert Dance Organization meeting
and Coed modern technique class Sept.
16, 7:15 p.m., Barbour Gym Dance'
Studio; Musicians & art students in-
vited,.
India Students Association, Ann Ar-
bor, announces the visit of world re-
nowned Swami Ranganathanda on
September 16, 1969. He is goig to give
his thoughts on "Science, Culture and
Religion" at 7:30 p.m. in Rackham Am-
phitheater. Everybody welcome.
Physical Therapy Club Meeting, Sept.
17, 7:30 p.m., Physical Therapy Dept..
University Hospital, 3rd Floor. Patient
Demonstration. Everyone welcome.
L' of M Oceanological Society: Regu-
lar meeting Tuesday. Sept. 16, 7:30
4p.m. Room 1040 Natural Resources
Bid'. Our speaker Professor John Bar-
dach, autho of harvest of the Sea. All
interested are welcome.

Engineering Placement Meeting No. 2:
'"Engineering Careers." The different
kinds of careers for engineers, and
how to decide which you should fol-
low. Second of four meetings. Primar-
ily fr seniors and graduate students,
but open to all interested. Professor J.
G. Young, September 16, 1969, 4:00
p.m. and 7:30 p.m. in Room 311, West
Engineering Building. (Afternoon and
evening meetings will be the same,)

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