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PAGE EIGHT

THE MICHIGAN DAILY

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The University of Georgia

The University of Georgia
has a University Bookstore.
WHY NOT MICHIGAN?
-SGC Committee on the University Bookstore

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LLOYD GRAFF

(Continued from Page 2)
Party; Chicago House, WQ, Open-Open;
Delta Chi, Hawaiian Lei-All; Delta
Tau Delta, Band Party; Frost, Mark-
ley, Open-Open; Gamma Phi Beta,
Open-Open; Greene, EQ, Hayride -
Broadview Farms; Hayden, EQ, Open-
Open; Hinsdale, EQ, Open-Open; Kap-
pa Delta, Football Open House.

Placement
ANNOUNCEMENTS:
Digitek Corp. of Los Angeles Calif.
-Has cancelled their interviews for
Wed. & Thurs., Oct. 6 & 7.
Peace Corps Placement Test-Deter-
mines in what capacity you can best
serve. Tests will be held Oct. 9, Nov. 13
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. tl tis semester. Test bat., Oct.
Lloyd, WQ, Open-Open; Phi Delta 9 at 9 a.m. at Downtown Post Office,
a, House Party; Phi Epsilon P,-Main & Catherine. To take test ques-
Prty;PhiammaTaPat rescoPationnaire must be completed. Details
typ; Ppa T, P;Presco, and applications available at Bureau
EQ. Open-Open; Psi Upsilon, Juke of Appointments.
Box Party; Sigba Alpha Mu, Closed _Apnm ts
Open-Open; Sigma Chi, Band Party; POSITION OPENINGS:
Sigma Phi Epsilon, Open House: Wolverine Metal Co., Detroit-Chem-
Strauss, EQ, Band Contest (Dining ist/Metallurgist. Work with high tem-
Rooms 3 & 4); Tau Delta Phi, TG; perature alloys in metals. Immed.
Taylor, SQ, Fresh-Air Camp; Theta Xi, opening for male grad. No exper. req.
Monte Carlo Party; Van Tyne, Mark-. -will train.
Mead Johnson & Co., Evansville, Ind.
ley, Open-Open; Williams, WQ, Corri- -Lawyers. Immed. apenings for LLB
dor Party; Zeta Beta Tau, Open-Open. degree. One position requires 2 yrs.

trade mark exper., other position no
exper. required.
U.S. Civil Service Comm., Wash., D.C.
-Patent Adviser-Degree in engrg.,
chem. or physics and 4 yrs. exper. in
rel. field; or equiv. comb. of tduc. &
trng. Also 1 yr. exper. in patent work,
legal trng. or grad study.
* * *
For further information, please call
764-7460, General Div., Bureau of Ap-
pointments, 3200 SAB.
TEACHER PLACEMENT:
The following schools have vacancies
for the present school semester:
Belleville, Mich. (Sumpter School
Dist.)-Girls PE, Soc. Studies, General
Sd., Ind. Arts.
Detroit, Mich. (S. Redford P.S.) -
Jr. High Guid. (Man), 8th Grade Eng./
Soc. Stud.
Geneva, N.Y. (Lochland School, Inc.)
-Resident Housemother.
Norwalk, Ohio - Primary Spec. Ed.
Teacher.
Orchard Lake, Mich. (West Bloom-
field P.S.)-H.S. English.
Tomahawk, Wis. (Unified Joint Sch.
Dist. No. 1)-H.S. English.
Toledo, Ohio (St. Ursula Acalemy)

-H.S. Chemistry.
For additional information contact
the Bureau of Appointments, Educa-
tion Div., 3200 SAB, 764-7462.
ENGINEERING PLACEMENT INTER-
VIEWS-Seniors & grad students, please
sign schedule posted at 128-H West
Engrg
WED., OCT. 6-
American Motors Corp., Mich. &
Wis. - BS-MS: ME. BS: EE & IE.
Dec. grads. Dev. & Des.
WED.-THURS., OCT. 6-7-
Applied Physics Lab., The Johns Hop-
kins Univ., Silver Springs, Md.-Any
Degree: EE, EM, ME. BS: E Math.
Prof.: Applied Mech. PhD: AE & As-
tro. R. & D., Des., Oper. Analysis.
WED.-FRI., OCT. 6-8-
Bell System, Mich. Bell, A. T. & T.
Long Lines, Western Electric, Bell Tel.
Labs.-BS-MS: CE, EE, EM, IE, ME,
Met. BS: E Math, E Physics, Sci. En-
grg. MS: Communic. Sci., Info. & Con-
trols, Nuclear. GPA of 2.5 or above. R.
& D., Des., Prod., Computer.
WED., OCT. 6-
Leeds & Northrup Co., Phila., Pa. -
Any Degree: EE & ME. ES: ChE, E
Physics. Citizens & non-citizens be-
coming U.S. citizen. R. & D., Des.,'
Sales.
Outboard Marine Corp., Galesburg &
Waukegan, Ill.-BS-MS: EE, ME, In-
dustrial Relations. Dev., Des., Test.
WED.-THURS., OCT. 6-7-
McDonnel Aircraft Corp., All Divs.-
Any Degree: AE & Astro., CE, EE, EM,
IE. ME. Met., Physics. Prof.: Applied
Mech.nBS: E Physics. MS-PhD: Info.
& Controls, Materials. R. & D., Des.

School Time
is
OLYMPIA
TIME

Daily Libels' Embody
Good Guy Tradition
Rember Hoot Gibson, Ken Maynard, Johnny Mack Brown, and
the Cisco Kid They were good guys; they wore white hats.
You knew they'd get their man, win the girl, and love their
mamas. They were dependable, and when they sauntered into a saloon
you were sure they'd order milk.
Oh, for the simple life, the black and white of existence.
But now the poor college student with an inquiring mind is
buffeted from one pastel shade of evil to another. Is there ever
anything clearcut in the smeared up mess of a world foisted upon
us?
Yes, my friends. Yes. In the misty haze of dreary grays ther
is one splendidly obvious black and white-the Daily-Union football
game.
Only in this one contest do alabaster purity and grubby filth
square off in head to head engagement. The prize is an airloom treas-
ured more than the Old Oaken Bucket, Little Brown Jug, and Solid
Silver Toothpick combined-The Little Brown Trashbasket. One can
only guess how many syllables have been shed for this undistinguished
looking garbage can.
Thanks to foul fate the trophy fell into Union hands last
year. On a crucial fourth and 47 situation, my beret fell over my
eyes as I released a long bomb. Lacking vision my pass went
slightly awry. I threw the ball toward the Daily goal line. This
season things will be different.
The Daily Libels have been practicing diligently since last year's
humiliation. The emphasis has been on anti-fumble drills. "The key
to winning touch football is eliminating fumbles," says the Libel
assistant coach Chuck (Pass the Buck) Vetzner with characteristic
astuteness.
Another assistant coach, Jim (Go Out on a Limb) Tindall, made
this insightful statement to the press, "We expect to try a lot of wide
sweeps around end: we've got a strong left wing and some great
blockers."
Daily Press Agent Gil (Bitter Pill) Samberg noted for his tact,
had this comment about the game: "My informants say the phi-
losophy colloquium put the Libels eight point favorites, but
Geology's got us down by four, and the J-School's even betting
their typewriters on the Union."
Daily Literary Critic Jim (Horn Rim) LaSovage had one final
word about today's monumental struggle. "It could make 'Little Red
Riding Hood' look like child's play."

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from the land of
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THEY'RE COMING

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GIL SAMBERG (25-15)-Michigan, Purdue, Notre Dame, Michigan State,
Iowa, Minnesota, Ohio State, Texas, Penn State, Syracuse, Air Force, Ken-
tucky, Alabama, Arizona, Princeton, Wayne State, California, Georgia Tech,\
Boston College, St. Procopius.
LLOYD GRAFF (24-16)-Michigan, Purdue, Notre Dame, Michigan State,
Iowa, Minnesota, Washington, Texas, Penn State, Syracuse, Stanford, Kentucky,
Alabama, Wyoming, Princeton, John Carroll, California, Georgia Tech, Boston
College, Eureka.
CHUCK VETZNER (24-16)-Michigan, Purdue, Notre Dame, Michigan State,
Iowa, Minnesota, Ohio State, Texas, Penn State, Syracuse, Stanford, Kentucky,
Alabama, Arizona, Princeton, Wayne State, California, Georgia Tech, Boston
College, Eureka.
JIM TINDALL (23-17)-Michigan, Purdue, Notre Dame, Michigan State,
Iowa, Minnesota, Ohio State, Texas, Penn State, Maryland, Stanford, Kentucky,
Alabama, Arizona, Princeton, Wayne State, California, Georgia Tech, Boston
College, St. Procopius.
GUEST SELECTOR, JOHN YANZ-Michigan, Purdue, Notre Dame, Illinois,
Iowa, Minnesota, Washington, Texas, UCLA, Syracuse, Stanford, Kentucky,
Alabama, Arizona, Columbia, John Carroll, California, Clemson, Army, St. Pro-
copius.

A Honda is a slim 24'Yr
at the widest point. This
narrows down the hunt for
a parking space considerably. You can
slide into almost any shady spot. Like just
outside of English Lit. Hondas fit into slim budgets too.
Prices start about $215*. Gas goes farther, up to 200 mpg
on some models.And cutting your wheels in half does just
about the same thing for insurance costs. Or more.
This is the sporty Super 90 with its distinguishedT-bone
frame. Tops 60 mph. Just one of the 15 Honda models that
make other campus transportation strictly for the birds.
See the Honda representative on your campus or write:
American Honda Motor Co., Inc., Department C2, 100
West Alondra Boulevard, j N D
Gardena, California 90247. wD rld g e
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