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IPAGE SIX

THE MICHIGAN DAILY

TUESDAY, NOVEMBER 30. 1§66

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GRADUATE STUDIES
THE UNIVERSITY OF CHICAGO GRADUATE LIBRARY SCHOOL
will offer a number of scholarships and fellowships for graduate
study during 1966-67 leading to the M.A. or Ph.D. degree in
Library Science. Applicantion deadline is February 1, 1966. Awards
will be'announced April 1, 1966.
Half time research assistantships will also be offered for faculty
supervised work in the following areas:
Theories of indexing, classification, information retrieval
Design studies of future library catalogs
Computer applications to indexing and cataloging
Automatic translation of languages
Indexing and dissemination of biomedical literature
Sociological studies of reading
Operational'analysis of libraries
The program of 1 12 years leading to the M A. degree is somewhat
longer and more demanding than in most schools of librarianship.
Emphasis within the curriculum is placed on the planning of future
libraries and information systems.
College graduates, regardless of subject specialty, who have good
academic records and a serious interest in librarianship or infor-
mation science are encouraged to apply. Entrance examinations are
required.:
Write to: Office of the Dean
Graduate Library School
The University of Chicago
Chicago, Illinois 60637
JOIN THE DAILY BUSINESS STAFF,-

Across
Campus
TUESDAY, NOV. 30

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official publication of the Univer- or departmental chairmen before mak- Summer Employment: An informa- NSF Graduate Fellows now in the
sity of Michigan, for which The ing application, to be certain that they tional meeting for all students inter- first year of 2-year tenures have been
Michigan Dally assumes no editor- meet the requirements and minimum ested in work in Washington, D.C., mailed forms to request confirmation of
ial responsibility. Notices should be academic standards for NSF Fellowship next summer will be held Thurs., Dec. tenure for 1966-67. If not received with-
sent in TYPEWRITTEN form to programs. 2, at 4 p.m. in the Multipurpose Rm. in a week, inform Associate Dean
Room 3519 Administration Bldg. be- of the Undergraduate Library. Freeman D. Miller. Rm. 118 Rackham
fore 2 p.m. of the day preceding Regents' Meeting: Dec. 17. Communi- A special civil service test will be Bldg.
publication, and by 2 p.m. Friday cations for consideration at this meet- given to students seeking summer em-
for Saturday and Sunday. General ing must be in the President's hands ployment on the office or science as-;
Notices may be published a maxi- not later than Dec. 3. sistant levels. Students wishing to Pl f fil f il t
mum of two times on request; Day _take this test must file Form 5000-AB
Calendar items appear once only. The Queen's University, Belfast, Ire- with the U.S. Civil Service Commis-- ANNOUNCEMENTS:
Student arganiratiin notices are not land, again offers an exchange schol- sion by Jan. 3, 1966. The test will be Department of State-Foreign Serv-
accepted for publication. arship for a University of Michigan given on a Saturday in late January ice Officer exam will be given on Dec.
graduate The scholarship will pro- or early February. All freshmen, soph- 4 ,in Aud. A, Angell Hall at 8 a.m.
TUESDAY, NOVEMBER 30 vide fees, board and lodging for the omores, and juniors interested in em- Location given in notices was in error,
academic year 1966-67. A married stu- ployment should take this test. Sen- National Security Agency, Washing-
'Ca d r dent receives £185 in lieu of board and fors or grad students interested in ton, D.C.-Will interview those who
a alend r lodging. A grant of $400 will be made higher level, more specialized intern have taken & passed the NSA Profes-
Bureau of Industrial Relations sem- by the Graduate School to partially positions should apply to take the sional Qualification Test given Oct. 23,
"a I,,.o defray the cost of travel. Study may Federal Service Entrance Exam and 1965. Math & Engrg, majors are exempt
inar-" UThe Management of Managers" be carried on in any of the academic the Management Intern Option .of the from exam but should also interview.
disciplines offered at The Queen's Uni- test, on Jan. 15, 1966. Application Form Please call early for appointments. In-
School of Public Health Conference versity. Further information and appli-1 5000-C must be filed by Dec. 15, 1965 terviews on Dec. 6 & 7 at the Bureau
on Home Care-School of Public Health, cation forms are available at the Grad- in order to be eligible for this test, of Appointments, 764-7460.
9 a.m. uate Fellowship Office, Room 110 Rack- Summer positions on this level are
ham Bldg. Deadline for receipt of ap- limited, so students should consider PLACEMENT INTERVIEWS: Bureau
University Management Seminar - plications is Jan. 10, 1966. taking the summer employment test of Appointments-Seniors & grad stu-
"Effective Cost Control": Michigan described above as well as the FSEE. dents, please call 764-7460 for appoint-
Union, 1:30 p.m. Parking Notice: Effective Dec. 1,1965 ments with the following:
School of Music Recital - Student the restrictions on the U. of M. Staff 50ppClication Farms 5000-AB and TUES., NOV. 30- VS
Brass Quintet: Recital Hall, School of ! Parking Lot E-6 (behind E. Medical- Appointmens,Saila an tat Burea nof Intena ion alVol ntariterete ice
Music, 7 p.m. Pharmacy Research), will beextended St. Post Office. Remember that these work in field broadly defined as "Com-
Dept. of Speech University Players is available, for vehicles without staff forms must be filed by Jan. 3, 1966 munity Development." Men & women.
Performance-Shakespeare's "Henry VI isrkvailpbletsornvehcU. out staff and Dec. 15, 1965, respectively, so do it Positions include English, Science, &
Part II"p Trueblood Aud., 8 p.m. Sa, g permits, in the U. of M. Church;before Christmas vacation. Indust. Arts teachers, Worldwide loca-
Pat! I:Tre odAd.Stpm . Parking Structure after 6 p.m. tos
tions.
Attention December Grads: College Smith, Hinchman & Grylls Associ-
S Gener al otices Doctoral Examination for Robert of Literature, Science and the Arts, ates, Inc., Detroit-Dec. grads in De-
John Burns, Education; thesis: "A School of Education, School of Mu- sign & Architecture for firm of engrs.,
Applications for National Science Study of the Relationships of Certain sic, School of Public Health, and School planners & architects.
Foundation Summer Fellowships for Values, Personal Preferences, and Ac- of Business Administration: Students
Grad Teaching Assistants for the sum- tivities of Pre-Retired and Retired Pro- are advised not to request grades of POSITION OPENINGS:
mer of 1966 are due in the Grad Fel- fessional Engineers," Tues., Nov. 30, I or X in December. When ssuch Lambert Realty Co., Detroit-Attn.:
lowship Office on Dec..3. Students are 2431 UES, at 10:30 a.m. Chairman, S. grades are absolutely imperative, the Dec. or recent Grads-Mortgage Con-
advised to consult with their advisors C. Hulslander. work must be made up in time to sultant. Immed, opening for male grad
---_____-allow your instructor to report the in Bus. Ad., finance majors pref. Cours-
' Registration Assistants: Men and make-up grade not later than 8:30 es in real estate helpful for mortgage
women needed to work as registra- a.m., Thurs., Dec. 30. Grades received financing field.
tion assistants at registration Jan. 3-5. after that time may defer the stu- Local Firm-Editor-Tradebooks. De-
Apply at Rm. 3501 Admin. Bldg. dent's graduation until a later date. gree in Engl., Journ., Lib. Set., or

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in advtg., graphic arts, publishing, etc.
Coordinate des. & printing of books,
contact publishers, binders ,etc.
Washington, D.C.-Receptionist for
Republican congressman. Good typing
and English skills (grammar, usage &
pelling, shorthand helpful. Poise, ma-
t.rity & attractive appearance neces-
sary. Good opportunity for advance-
ment. Woman.
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For further information, please call
764-7460, Gen. Div., Bureau of Appoint-
ments, 3200 SAB.
SUMMER PLACEMENT SERVICE:
212 SAB-
Camp Thunderbird, Bemidji, Minn. -
Men for counselor jobs, outdoor skills,
canoeing & tripping. Women for food
service & secretary. Rom, board. laun-
dry & transport, allowance. Interview
Dec. 6 from 1 p.m.
U.S. Civil Service, Wash., D.C.-An-
ounces office & science ass't. posi.
tions for summer 1966. Application
deadline Jan. 3. Govt. brochure & ap-
plications avilable at 212 SAB.
Detroit Civil Service-Will interview
Dec. 6 from' 9 an.m. to 5 p.m. at 212
SAB. Details and applications available.
EDUCATION DIVISION:
The following schools will interview
at the Bureau of Appointments:
THURS., DEC. 2-
Southfield, Mich.-Elem. K16; J.H.
English.
Highland Park, Mich.-Elem. K-5; Vo-
cal: Homeroom Grades 6, 7, & 8; Ind.
Arts; H.S.: Engl., French; Elem. Corr.
Reading.
Wyandotte, Mich.-Elem.; Mentally
Retard.; Speech Corr.; J.H. Ind. Arts;
Arts/Crafts.
FRI., DEC. 3-
Birmingham, Mich.-All Fields.
Stanton, Mich.-Elem.; J.H. English.
Pontiac, Mich.-Elem., Elem. Reading,
PE; H.S.: Engl.; Voc Ed.-Gen. Met-
als; J.H.: Vocal Music, English.
Milford, Mich.-Elem. Grades K, I
& 3; Upper Elem.; J.H. Science, HS.
Gen. Shop,
MON., DEC. 6-
Grand Rapids, Mich.-Elem.; Type A,
Emot. Dist.; Ortho.; Mentally Retard;
Engl., Home Ec., Elem./Sec. Vocal,
Math, Science, Physics, Lib., Girls PE.
Fraser, Mich. - Elem.: Inst. Music,
Lib., Speech Corr., Type A, Girls PE,
Ind. Arts; J.H. Math/Science.
Lincoln Park, Mich.-Elem.: Vocal,
Art. Visiting Teacher, Speech Thera-
py; J.H.: Girls PE, Math.
TUES., DEC.,7-
St. Clair Shores, Mich. (Lakeview
F.S.)-Eiem. Kdg. z days, Type A
Art, Engl., Engl./SS, S, Se0./Engl. or
SS; Counsel., Visiting Teacher, Speech
Corr., Diag., Psych.
Indian River, Mich.-Early Elem.
Toledo, Ohio (Ottawa Hills Scs.) -
History, French.
Wayne, Mich.-Elem., Sci./Math, Soc.
Stud., Bus, Ed., Home Ec., Visiting
Teacher, Hearing Consul., Reading Con-
sul., Auto Mech., Strings.
THURS., DEC. 9-
Gary, Ind.-Elem., Elem. Vocal; Sec.
Math, Guid., St., Ind. Arts, Bus., Men-
tally Handicap., Speech Corr., School
Nurse, Vocal/Inst. Music, IDR; Coordi-
nators of Ind. Arts, Bus. Trade, Educ.
Appointments may be made now.
For additional information and ap-
pointments contact the Bureau of Ap-
pointments, Educ. Div., 3200 SAB, 764-
7462.
ENGINEERING PLACEMENT INTER-
VIEWS-Seniors & grad students, please
sign schedule posted at 128-H West
Enarg
TUES., NOV. 30-
B. F. Goodrich Research Center,
Brecksville, Ohio-Any Degree: ChE,
EM, Mat'ls., ME. Citizens & non-citi-
zens becoming U.S. citizen. Res.
WED., DEC. 1-
Doehler-Jarvis Corp., Toledo, Ohio-
BS: IE. Dec. grads. Training toward
supervision in production.
THURS., DEC. 2--
Automotive Rubber Co., Inc., Detroit,
Schoolcraft, Richland, Mch.-BS: ChE
& ME. Des., Sales, Prod. des., Liaison
Engrg.
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Older than the M-Seal and the Engine Arch is the fabled
Ann Arbor tradition that books can not be bought at a dis-
count. Watch it crumble this semester.
Books do not have to bust your bankroll any more. The
Bookery is making discount books possible, and the philoso-
phy is simple-cut profits. The Bookery, backed by SGC, has
one goal in mind: to offer students books they need at prices
they can afford. A full yearof research has gone into the
creation of The Bookery; the need for a discount bookstore

NOTICES

USE OF THIS COLUMN FOR ANr
NOUNCEMENTS is available to officially
recognized and registered student orga-
nizations only. Forms are available in
Room 1011 SAB.
Engineering Council, Meeting, Dec. 1,
7:30 p.m., 3529 SAB.
Near East Studies Club, "Te Ghas-
navids," Prof. Bosworth of St. Andrews
College, Dec. 1, 8 p.m., Lane Hall.

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