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Huntington Beach, Calif. (Fountain East Irvine, Calif. (San Joaquin S.D.) Medinah, Ill. (Lake Park H.S.) -
Valley S.D.)-Elem. K-6, 7th & 8th Self -Elem. K-6; Gr. 7 & 8 So., Engl., Engi., Fr./Span., Girls PE, Bus. Ed.,
Contained. - Hist., Geog., Math, Spanish. Hist., Couns.-MA, Boys PE/Dr. Ed.--
BattleCreekMich.-Elem.K-,Denver,Colo.-See Wed., Feb. 23. MA, Biol., Phys. Sci., Math, Ind. Arts,
Batte Ceek.Mic.-Elm. -6; .H.Home Ec.
-Gen. Sci., Vocal. Lib.; Sec.-Math, FRI., FEB. 25- Toledo, Ohio-Elem.. Slow Learn..
Engl., Biol., Bus. Ed., Home Ec., Girls Portage, Mich.-Elem.-Span., Girls Ment. Retard., Ind. Arts. PE. Deaf,
PE, Boys PE-MA, Ind. Arts, Couns.- PE, Lib., Vocal, Visit. Teach., Emot. Emot. Dist., Art, Music. Rem. Read
Girls, Soc. St.-MA; Spec. Ed. - Blind, Dist.. Sp. Ther.; J.H.-Latin, Home Ec., Math, Sci., Home Ec., Speech & Hear.,
Sp. Corr., Deaf, Ment. Retard., Pre- Sci., Math, Engl./SS; H.S.-Engl., Math, Couns., Psych.
Kdg., Rem. Read., Dir. of Mobile Mu- Speech, Engl./Latin, Bus., Art, Girls PE, Highland Park, Ill. (Twp. H.S. Dist.
seum, Sch. Farm Dir., Study Center Boys PE, Slow Learn., Geog./Earth Sci., No. 113)-Biol., Dev, Read., Dr. Ed
Supv. Lib. Boys PE, Engl.. Fr.. Girls PE, Guid.,
Leslie, Mich.-Elem.; J.H.-Boys PE, Union City, Mich.-Elen.-K-3; H.S. Inst./Vocal, Lib., Math, Phys. Sci..
Shop, Vocal; H.S.-Soc. St., Lib., Engl., -Speech/Engl.. Type A. Span., Ger.

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Placement
ANNOUNCEMENT:
Federal Service Entrance Exam-FSEE
applications deadline for March 19
exam is Feb. 16, applications must be
received by this date. Applications
available at Bureau of Appointments.
PLACEMENT INTERVIEWS: Bureau
of Appointments-Seniors & grad stu-'
dents, please call 764-7460 for appoint.
ments with the following:
MON., FEB. 14-
American Hospital Supply Corp.,
Evanston, Ill.-Men, BA's & advanced
degrees in Gen. Lib. Arts, Astro., Econ.,
Journ., Physics, Soc. Work, Educ., Pub-
lic Health, Pharm., Nat. Res. (Wood
Tech., Forestry, Conservation), Micro-
biol., Biochem. & Chem. Positions in
mgmt. trng., Mkt. Res., Merchandising,
Personnel, Prod., Public Admin., Pur-
chasing, Sales (inside & territorial).
Locations throughout U.S. U.S. or
Canadian citizenship required.
Pacific Mutual Life Insurance Co.,
Los Angeles, Calif.-Men. MA's & BA's
in Gen. Lib. Arts, Econ., Journ., Math,
etc. for Insurance-home office, per-
sonnel, mgmt. trng., territorial sales,
investments: security analyst trainee
(p.m. only).
Civil Service Comm. of Canada, Ot-
tawa, Ontario-MA's & PhD's in An-
thro., Astro., Geog., Geol., Mfath, Phys-
ics, Piblic Health, Wood Tech., For-
estry, Cons., Wildlife Mgmt., Microbiol.,
Biochem. & Chem. Positions in scien-
tific res. All nationalities, are invited
to interview: primary interest in Ca-
nadians. Applications for Canadian Civ-
il Service must be filled out before
interview-available at Bureau of Ap-
pointments.
Chemical Bank New York Trust Co.,
N.Y.C.-April . grads, degrees in Econ.,
Engl. & Poli. Sci. for banking posi-
tions.
Shell Oil Co., Houston, Tex.-BA's
& MA's in Gen. Lib. Arts & Econ. for
elec. computing, personnel, purchasing,
statistics, transport., finance & admin.
Throughout U.S.

TUES., FEB. 15-
Shell Oil Co., Cleveland, Ohio-Men.
Degrees in gen. lib. arts & econ. for
inside & territorial sales.
International Milling Co., Minneap-
olis, Minn.-Men. Degrees in Gen. Lib.
Arts & Foreign Languages (esp. Span-
ish). BA's & MA's in Math. Positions in
foreign trade, mgmt. trng., prod., terri-
torial sales & finance. Midwest or East
locations.
U.S. Civil Service Comm., Detroit -
Any lib. arts degree. Positions with
federal govtj through Federal Service
Entrance Exam. Career opportunities in
60 fields.
Great Lakes Naval Training Center,
Great Lakes, Ill.-Trainee positions in
supply, mgmt. & budget analysis, com-
puter office & personnel for Electronic
Supply Office.
Social Security Admin., Chicago -
Claims Authorizer Trainee. Review &
decide on eligibility of claimant to
justify payment of benefits. Benefit
Examiner Trainee. Evaluate evidence to
determine right to continue payments,
etc. to beneficiary.
Social Security Admin., Ann Arbor
-Social Insurance Repres. Relate soc.
security program to circumstances of
each person interviewed. Classroom &
on-the-job training.
Johns Hopkins Univ., Baltimore, Md.
- Students for Master of Arts in
Teaching Program, offered to grads
who have not completed teacher train-
ing & who wish to qualify for high
school teaching. Receive both teacher
certif. & M.A.T. Fellowships awarded
to each of 50 applicants selected. Sal-
aries paid to student for one semes-
ter of full-time teaching.
WED., FEB. 16-
International Business Machines Corp.,
Detroit-BA's & MA's in Astro., Chem.,
Math, Physics Engrg. & all scientific
disciplines. Positions include Elec. com-
puting, mgmt. trng., sales, statistics,
mktg. repres., systems programming &
analysis in the field of space, intelli-
gence comrmand, communications, etc.
Located in Detroit, Wash., D.C. &
other major cities.
Connecticut General Life Insurance
Co., Hartford, Conn.-BA & MA's in

Gen. Lib. Arts, Psych., Econ., etc. for
Insurance, inside & territorial sales.
Sales & sales mgmt. positions in major
U.S. cities. U.S. citizenship not req.
J. Walter Thompson, N.Y.C.-Eng-
lish majors or anyone with creative
writing ability for copy writing.
Needham Harper & Steers, Chicago-
Men, degrees in Gen. Lib. Arts for
advtg., mgmt. trng., & agency account.
Locations Include N.Y.C. & Chicago.
U.S. citizenship not required.
EDUCATION DIVISION:
The following schools will interview
at the Bureau:
MON., FEB. 21-.
Fontana, Calif.-Elem.-K-6, Ment.
Retard., Train. R4ent. Retard.; J.H. -
Math; Inst./Vocal, Strings, Girls PE,
Home Ec., Ind. Arts, Gen. Sci., Span.,
Read., Engl., Fr., Bus. Ed.; H.S.-Eng-
lish, Girls PE, Math, Ind. Arts, Home
Ec., Sci. BSCS, Span., Bus. Ed., Dist.
Ed.
Hayward, Calif.-Elem. - Spec. Ed.
Hearing, Ment. Retard.; H.S. - Gr. 7-
12-Chem., Phys., Biol., Gen. Sci., Fr.,
Ger., Span., Bus. Ed, Ind Arts, Math,
Engl, Journ., Sp./Drama,. Girls PE.
San Diego, Calif.-Elem.-K-6, Spec.
Ed. Ment. Retard., Rem. Read.; Sec.-
Math, Engl., Span., Phys. Sci., Girls
PE.
Bellflower, Calif.-Elem.-K-6; J.H.-
Engi., Soc. St., Sci., Math, For. Lang.,
Girls PE. Ind. Arts, Home Ec., Fine
Arts; H.S.-Engl., Journ., Math, Sci.,
Sci.. Bus. Ed., Fine Arts, Ind. Arts,
Home Ec., Girls PE, Spec. Ed. Sp.
Ther., Ment. Retard.
Fairfield, Conn. - Elem.-Boys PE,
Read., Span., Fr., Lib., Sp./Hear., Art,
Vocal; J.H.-Engl., Soc. St., Sci., Math,
Home Ec., Art; H.S-Girls PE, Bus
Ed., Engl., Fr./Span., Ind. Arts, Chem./

Gen Sci., Biol./Chem., Alg./Geom., Soc.
St., Home Ec.
Rochester, N.Y.-Elem., Sci., Math,
Engl., Girls PE, Ment. Retard., Bus.
Ed., Home Ec., Sch. Psych., Sch. Soc.
Work., For. Lang., Ind. Arts, Art, Mu-
sic, Soc. St., Couns., Boys PE, Italian,
Physics/Gen. Sci.,. Emot. Dist., Sp.
Ther.
TUES., FEB. 22-
El Monte, Calif.-Elem.-K-8, Orth.
Hdcp., Ed. Ment. Retard., Ed. Hdcp.,
7th & 8th Gr. SS/Lang., Arts/Read.,
SS/Math/Sci. '
Las Vegas, Nevada-Elem.-K-6, Lib.;
Sec.-Engl., Math, Phys., Sci., Biol.,
Lib., Art, For. Lang., Home Ec., Girls
PE, Health, Ind. Arts, Type., Bkkpg.,
Vocational, Spec. Ed.-Sp. Ther.; Ment.
Retard., Emot. Dist., Aur. Hdcp., Blind,
Train. Ment. Retard.
St. Clair Shores, Mich. (Lakeview P.S.)
-Spec. Ed.-Deaf, Emot. Dist., Aphasic,
Type A, Diag., Visit. Teach., Sp. Corr.,
Psych.; Elem.-K-6, Art Cons., Vocal
Cons., Strings Cons., PE Cons., Read.,
Lib.; J.H.-Math, Gen. Sci., Engl, Guid;
HS-Math, Phys, Chem, Biol, Engl., Lib.,
Guid., Read./Engl.
Milwaukee, Wis. (Fox Point-Bayside
S.D.)-Elem.-K-8, Girls PE, Art, Vocal,
Sec.-Soc. St., Health/PE, Arts/Letters.
Fraser, Mich.-Elem.-Lib., Vocal; J.H.
-Math/Sci., Engl./SS; H.S. - Engl.,
Span., Fr., Soc. St., Math, Bus. Ed., Ind.
Arts, Home Ec., Girls PE, Aud. Vis.,
Sci., Girls Couns., Engl. Dept. Head;
Spec. Ed.-Sp. Corr., Visit. Teacher,
Type A. .
WED., FEB. 23-
Huntington Beach, Calif. (H.S. Dist.)
-Bus. Ed., Engl., Phys. Sci./Chem.,
Math, Girls PE.
Rudyard, Mich.-Elem., Vocal; H.S.-
Engl., Math, Gen. Sci., Bus.,, Girls PE,
Inst./Band.

Home Ec., Sci.
Denver, Colo.-Elem.-K-6; Sec. --
Math/Sci., Spec. Ed., Sch. Soc. Work.
THURS., FEB. 24--
LaPuente, Calif. (Bassett S.D.) -
Elem.-Spec. Ed., Span.; J.H. - Gen.
Sci., Math, Engl., Art; Sec.-Home Ec.,
Math, Engl.; H.S. - Must have MA,
Couns., Art, Bus.. Engl./Speech, Engl.,
Latin, Home Ec., Math, Ind. Arts., Girls
PE-Dance.
Racine, Wis-All Fields.
Westport, Conn.-=-Elem.-K-6, Vocal/
String, Inst. Music, Art, Guid.; Spec.
Ed.-Percept. Hdcp., Sch. Soc. Work.,
Read., Rem. Read.; J.H.-Engl., Math,
Soc. St., Math/Sci., Sol., French/Span-
ish, French, Home Ec., Girls PE, Inst.,
Gen., Music; H.S.-Engl., Soc. St., Math.
Tacoma, Wash.-All Fields including
Sp. Ed.

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International
Emphasis
Month
EVENTS OF THE WEEK
FEB. 13-20
Sunday, Feb. 13: "Buddhism and Neutralism,' a film on Burma, a
Southeast Asian nation now closed to westerners. Union Rm.
3B, 2:00 P.M.
Sunday, Feb. 13: "The United States and China Since 1945," lecture
by= Dr. Albert Feuerwerker, Director of the Center for Chinese
Studies. Presbyterian Center, 1432 Washtenaw, 7:00 P.M.
Monday, Feb. 14: Lectue on China sponsored by the Office of Re-
ligious Affairs, Multipurpose Room of the UGLI, 4:15 P.M.
Tuesday, Feb. 15: Tuesday noon luncheon sponsored by the Ecumen-
ical 'ampus Center. Speaker: Prof. T. M. Sawyer, "Science and
the Layman." International Center Recreation Room, Noon.
Wednesday, Feb. 16: International Fashion Parade. Both men and
women wearing the varied costumes of their own lands. All are
invited. League, Vandenburg Room, 8:00 P.M.
Thursday, Feb. 17: International Tea. East Quad South Loung. All
are invited. 4:30-6:00 P.M.
Thursday, Feb. 17: A noted University professor will speak on his
experiences in a foreign country, accompanied by slides. Speak-
er to be announced. Union Rm. 3C, 8:00 P.M.
Friday, Feb. 18: Film program presented by the interim International
Center Program Council. International Center Recreation Room,
8:00 P.M.
Sunday, Feb.u20:ninternational Houses will hold an open house to
give students the chance to talk with non-American students
,ard inquire about living there next year. Nelson House, 724
Tappan Street, 2:00 P.M.

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and cookies will'be served in
the lounge of the Chapel. Dr.
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