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PAGE SIX

THE MICHIGAN DAILY

FRIDAY, OCTOBER 8, 1965

PAGE SIX THE MIChIGAN DAILY FRIDAY. OCTOBER 8.1965

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DAILY OFFICIAL
BULLETIN
(Continued from Page 2)

MLS and reading knowl. of at least
I foreign lang.; Legal Analyst-LLB,
knowl. of Dutch or French; Asst. Refer-
ence Librarian LLB; Mathematics Cata-
loger-MLS or 1 yr. grad study in math
and knowl. of 2 European lang.
Diamond Laboratories, Des Moines,
Iowa-Microbiologist-man with MS or
PhD pref. with exper. in tissue cul-
ture and/or virology for position in

Positions)-NSA announces the 1966 Research Dept.
Summer Language Institute in Far **
Eastern and Middle Eastern Languages. For further information please call
Eligibility: Above language majors (or 764-7460, Bureau of Appointments, 3200
those possessing equiv. proficiency) who SAB.
will have completed three years to-,
ward undergrad. degree by June 1966, SUMMER PLACEMENT:
and have at least a "B" average. Ap- 212 SAB-
ply now. Deadline for registration is Argonne National Laboratory, Ar-
Oct. 22. Bulletin and application form gonne, Ill. & Idaho Falls, Idaho -
available at Bureau of Appointments, Group meeting: Oct. 14-4 p.m., 212
3200 SAB" SAB. Qualifications: Seniors and Grad
Government of Canada - Govt. of Students - MS-Info, onrControls &
Canada announces career opportunities Naval & Marine. Any Degree: EE, ME,
as Junior Executive and Foreign ChE, EM & Met. ,
Service Officers. Qualifying exam Wed.
evening; Oct. 20, Additional exam req. ENGINEERING PLACEMENT INTER-
for Foreign Service given Thurs. eve- VIEWS-Seniors & grad students, please
ning, Oct. 21. Exam is usually held sign schedule posted at 128-H West
in Windsor, Ontario. Jr. Executive Of- Engrg .
ficers needed for Gen. and Personnel MON., OCT. 11-
Admin., Bus, and Indust., Econ. and Prdcs&CeiaIn. l
Finance, etc. Foreign Service Officers Air Products & Chemicals, Inc., Al-
for Citizenship, External Affairs, and lentown & Phila., Pa.-Any Degree:
Trade and Commerce. Complete Civil ChE BS, MS, Prof.: ME. BS-MS: Met.
Service form and forward to C. S.BS: e, me,CER,&DesPo.
Commission, Ottawar4,Ontario, or Sales, Computer
bring to exam. Baxter Labs., Inc., Morton Grove, Ill.
-BS: EM, IE, ME. Make appointment
POSITION OPENINGS:- at Bus. Ad. Placement, 254 Bus. Ad.
General Tire & Rubber Co.-BS-MS:
State of Machigan-Various openings ChE, ME. BS: CE, S. Engrg., Chem.-
include Public Information Executive, (Analyt. & General), Gen. Lib. Arts.
Welfare Social Work Administrator, Any Degree: Chem.-(Org. & Phys.) &
Drug Inspector, and Public Welfare Physics. Res., Dev., Prod. & Sales.
Worker. Phillips Petroleum Co., Atomic En-
Library of Congress-Various open- ergy Div., Idaho Falls, Idaho - Any
ings include Senior' Technical Ab- Degree: ChE, EE, ME, Met. MS-PhD:
stractor, BS in physics and reading Nuclear. BS: E Math, E Physics. R. &
knowl. of Russian; Catalogers, BA, D., Des.

Radiation, Inc., Melbourne, Fla. - Marine. R. & D., Des., Oper. Res. Math-(Applied). PhD: Physical Chem., Any Degree: AE, ChE, CE, ME. PhD:
Any Degree: Communic. Set., EE, In- Scott Paper Co., Philadelphia, Pa.- Statistics. R. & D. All phases of Chem., Math, Met. BS:
fo. & Controls. BS-MS: ME. MS-PhD: Any Degree: ChE, EM, ME. MS-PhD: Columbus Div., Columbus, Ohio-Any EE, E sci. MS: Info, & Controls. BS-
Math & Physics. BS:.E Math, E Physics, Info. & Controls. Prof.: Applied Mech. Degree: AE & EE. Dec. grads. Des, & MS: EM. Dec. grads-PhD's fall &
Set. Engrg. Dec. grads. R. & D. & Des. Citizens & non-citizens becoming U.S. R. & D. spring. Des., R. & D.
U.S. Army Material Command, Lo- citizens. R. & D., Des., Prod. Los Angeles Div., Los Angeles, Calif. Space & Information Systems Div.,
cated throughout U.S.-Any Degree: MON.-WED., OCT. 11-13- -Any Degree: AE, ME, Met., Phys- Downey, Calif.-Any Degree: AE, ChE,
AE & Astro., ChE, EE, IE, ME, Math, North American Aviation, Inc.: ics. BS-MS: CE, EE, Applied Mech. CE, EE, E Set., IE, ME, Met., Applied
Physics. BS: E Math, E Physics. MS:NorhAms eranAiationCIncg.:P MS: Statistics. MBA. Dec. grads. Des., Mech., Physics, Physical Chem., Math,
Pyis SEMahEPhsc.M: Atomics International, Canoga Park, R. & D. Physics & Statistics. MBA. Dec. grads.
Info. & Controls. R. & D., Des., Prod., Calif.-Any Degree: ChE, EE, ME, Met., Roc&eD.yPhysCaso&aParksCals..BA.eD.,.Rgr&ds
Tesing Nulea Enrg.PhD Al Ph~esof Rocketdyne, Canoga Park, Calif. - Des., R. & D.
Testing. Nuclear Engrg. PhD: All Phases of
MON.-TUES., OCT. 11-12- Chem. & Physics. R. & D., Nuclear
Phillips Petroleum Co., Bartlesville, Set. & Engrg.
Okla. (a.m.)-Any Degree: ChE, EE, Autonetics, Anaheim, Calif. - Any
Meteor. & Ocean. PhD: EM. MS-PhD: Degree: EE, Physics-(Experimental &IEadg
Info. & Controls, ri. BS: Naval & Applied). MS-PhD: Engrg. Sci., ME,
. l FRIDAY, OCT. 8 8:30 p.m,.-Poetry reading with
a.m.--The Undergraduate Li- Tony Stoneburner and James Tor-
brary will begin a three-week ex- rens, S.J., sponsored by Genera-
.:= ::.>.". :;..... ....:::«.::<.>: .:::::. :hibltlon of "Ornamental Decora- tion magazine at the Wesley
Use of This Column for Announce- Guild House. Friday noon luncheon, tions: European Prints from 1600 Foundation, State and E. Huron,
ments Is available to officially recog- Guy C Larcom, city administrator, to 1800," on the first floor of the oss rom rieze g.
nized and registered student organiza- "The City of Ann Arbor and the Stu- library.
tions only. Forms are available in Room dent," Oct. 8, 12-1 p.m.; Sat., Oct. 9, 7 and 9 p.m. - The Cinema SATURDAY, OCT. 9
1011 SAB. after game cider and donuts, Guild 2:30 and 8:00 p.m.-The APA
* * * House, 802 Monroe. Guild will plresent "Or'phans of 2:0ad80,pm-h P
Baha'i Student Group, Fireside: "Mu- ,. * the Storm" at the Architecture will present "You Cant Take it
hammad-Messenger of God." Oct. 8, 8 Michigan Christian Fellowship, Lec- Aud. With You" at Lydia Mendelssohn
p.m., Room 3545 SAB. ture-discussion. Topic "What Is a Chris- 8:00 p.m.-The APA will present Theater.
* * * tian?" Speaker: Eugene Williams, Oct. "The Wild Duck" at Lydia Men- 7 and 9 p.m. - The Cinema
Chess Club, Six round Swiss Tourna- 8, 7:30 p.m., UGLI, Multipurpose Room.dsoh ear. Guild will present "Moni Oncle"
ment, Oct. 8, 7:30 p.m., Room 3C, delssohn Theater.
Union. * * * 8:30-The University Chamber in the Architecture Aud.
* * * Newman Student Association, Commu- condcedsy Josef 8:30 p.m. - The University
Folk Dance Club (WAA), Folk'dance nity mass and supper, 5 p.m., Fire- Orchestra, conducted by Josef
with instruction, Fri., Oct. 8, 8-11 p.m., side Chat: "Poverty in Appalachia." Blatt, will perform with baritone Musical Society will present the
Barbour Gym. Speaker: Edie Deville, 7:30 p.m. Hoot- Ralph Herbert at Hill Aud. Chicago Symphony and John
* * * enanny, 9:30 p.m., 331 Thompson St. 8:30 p.m-Prof. L. Clayton Hill Browning, pianist, at Hill Aud.
Gamma Delta, Regular weekly meet- 83 ~.Po.L lyo il
ing, Sun., Oct. 10, picnic with Michi- * * of the School of Business Admin- _
state State chapter. Meet at 1511 University Lutheran Chapel, Open istration will discuss "Basics of
Washtenaw at 2:30 p.m. for rides to House-Cider and doughnuts after State
East Lansing. Will return after sup- game, 4-5:15 p.m. All welcome, 1511 Supervision" at the Michigan
per. Washtenaw. 1Union.

LLYD GR"A F F
MS U's Cultivated Crew
When I was writing a similar column centuries ago in high
school something possessed me to call a 6'7", 148 pound loose-limbed
basketball player, "a gangling frame."
Two weeks later, the human pipecleaner singlehandedly crushed
our team with 29 points and 20 rebounds. In the process of snaring
a rebound he landed a boney elbow to my solar plexus with the
parenthetical comment, "Lloyd, baby, that's for the 'gangling
frame'."

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Since then, as I'm sure you'll all attest, my prose has been
the essence of inoffensiveness, never hurting anyone's feelings,
never putting anything to ridicule.
And on the eve of the Michigan State game would I think
of deviating from this sugar strewn path? My goodness, no.
Certainly the tillers of God's little acres deserve no jibes for
learning their sacred skills At Michigan State. Hoeing, haying, sowing,
and slopping the piggies are ancient trades. Why, we wouldn't even
have pizza if it weren't for farmers.
From 4-H Clubs all over the world come students to cultivate
their gardens in East Lansing. The MSU campus is probably more
highly cultivated than any campus in the state. Certainly more
vegetables.
State is now larger than the U of M by some 2,000 students,
which does not bode well for our wheat surpluses. The granaries
are overflowing already. Man cannot live by bread alone.
But besides being the Harvard of the barnyard, Michigan
State is an urbane, sophisticated university. It offers every field
of study and also has a cross-country and soccer team. And the
Math department is famed for its work in arithmetic.
For too many years we have looked down our nose at the
budding scholars of East Lansing. It takes no mean intellect to milk
gobs of money from the State Legislature as the State statesmen
have in recent years.
As good a test as any of a University is its alumni. Michigan
has McDivitt and White, sure, but MSU boasts Earl Morral, Clarence
Peaks, Herb Adderley, Ernie Clark, Sam William, Gary Ballman,
Dan Currie, George Saimes, Jim Ninowski, and Dick Gordon, to
name a few. We have Arthur Miller, but they have Ed Budde and
Sherman Lewis. Michigan's got Soapy Williams, but they show
Walt Kowalcyek, Lonnie Sanders, Dick Radatz, and Ron Perranoski.
I guess you've got to admit that they top us in important alums.
The marvelous thing about Michigan State is that football
never is overemphasized. "So what if Duffy has a losing season,
veterinary medicine is still superb," capsules the pervading attitude
in East Lansing. And Biggie Munn sees football as just a wonderful
game where a lot of fine young men have healthy fun and exercise.
Yes, Michigan State, wholesome, pristine, pastoral, sylvan,
pure, innocent, lovely, burgeoning, peachy keen, Michigan State,
You're just swell, the goody, goodiest of them all.
SPORTS NIGHT EDITOR:
RICK FEFERMAN
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