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THE MICHIGAN DAILY"

SUNDAY, MARCH 13, 1966

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Notices may be published a maxi-
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Calendar items appear once only
Student organization notices are not
accepted for publication.
SUNDAY, MARCH 13
Day Calendar
School of Music Guest Recital-Eliza-
beth Mannion, mezzo-soprano and Fiora
Contino, pianist: Rackham Lecture Hall,
4:15 p.m.
School of Music Degree Recital -
Ronald Attinger, saxophone: Recital
Hall, School of Music, 4:30 p.m.
Ann Arbor Film Festival-Architecture
Aud., 7 and 9 p.m.
Office of Religious Affairs Lecture-
Dr. Marvin Fox, prof. of philosophy,
Ohio State Univ., will speak on "Guilt
and Responsibility in the Writings of

Hall, Sun., March 13.
Bureau of Industrial Relations Lecture
-Michigan Union, Rooms 3 K, L, M &
N, "The Management of Managers,"
March 13.
Events Monday
Engineering Mechanics Eeminar -
Dr. Lawrence E. Malvern of Michigan
State University will speak on "Dynam-
ic Plasticity and Longitudinal Wave
Propagation," Room 311 W. Engrg., 4
p.m.
Lecture-Dr. Alan Heyl of the Agri-
cultural Research Center, Beltsville,
Md., will speak to the Geology-Min-
eralogy Journal Club on the subject,
"Geological Problems and Genesis of
Mississippi Valley Ore Deposits," Mon.
March 14, at 4 p.m. in 2054 Nat. Science
Bldg.
Lecture-"Methods of Making Com-
prehensive Health Care Available to De-
velopingAreas" by Dr. Stuart W. Hinds,
London School of Hygiene and Tropi-
cal Medicine and visiting professor of
maternal and child health, University
of Michigan School of Public Health.

General IVotices
Natural Science and Natural Resourc-
es Library Hours (3140 Natural Science):
Beginning on Mon., March 14, the fol-
lowing schedule will go into effect for
the remainder of the semester:
Monday-Friday, 8 a.m.-5 p.m.; 7-11
p.m.; Saturday: 8 a.m.-5 p.m. (Closed
Sunday.)
Housing Information Applications:
For men and women attending spring-
summer term, spring half-term or sum-
mer half-term; available beginning at 9
a.m., Mon., March 14 at:
Residence Halls Housing-Office of
Residence Halls, 3011 SAB.
Sorority Houses--Ticket booth in main
lobby on first floor of SAB.
Inter-Cooperative Houses--Inter-Co-
operative Council Office, 2546 SAB.
The Off-Campus Housing Bureau, 3001
SAB, is open 8-12 and 1-5, Monday
through Friday, to assist those eligible
for off-campus housing.
Placement
ANNOUNCEMENT:
VISTA (Volunteers in Service to
America)-Representatives will be in
the Michigan Union March 14-19 to give
information about their program. Men
& women 18 yrs. or older for 1 yr. as-

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Weels
Why domen who hate girdles like gils who wear

sgnments including 4-6 weeks trng.
program. Positions in 50 states, Puerto
Rico, Virgin Islands & Trust Territor-
ies. No appointment needed. Stop by
between 9 & 5.
PLACEMENT INTERVIEWS: Bureau of
Appcintments-Seniors & grad students,
please call 764-7460 for appointments
with the following:
MON., MARCH 14-
U.S. Dept. of Labor, Cleveland, Ohio'
-BA's in Econ., Educ., Gen. Lib. Arts,
Hist., Math, Soc. Work, etc. for posi-
tions in elec. computing, personnel,
public admin., soc. work & statistics.
FSEE req., esp. interested in Mgmt. In-
tern candidates. Located in regional of-
fices throughout U.S.
Committee on Manpower Opportuni-
ties in Israel, Cleveland, Ohio-BA's &
MA's in Econ., Educ., & Arch. All
degree levels in Math, Public Health,
Soc. Work. BA's in Psych. Various posi-
tions available. 7 mos. on-the-job trng.
Also interviewing students interested
in work-study of Hebrew lang. pro-
gram. To make appointments: Sign
schedule at 128-H West Engrg. Bldg.
Sunbeam Corp., Dearborn, Mich. -
Men with degree in any field of study
for territorial sales (p.m. only).
TUES., MARCH 15-
Continental National Insurance
Group, Chicago-BA & adv. degrees in
Gen. Lib. Arts, Econ & Math for home
office insurance, sales, statistics, actu-
aries, underwriting & math. Offices
throughout U.S. & Canada.
The First National Bank of Chicago,
Chicago-Degrees in Gen, Lib. Arts,
Econ. & anyone interested in banking
for positions in banking, foreign trade,
& mgmt. trng.
Pennsylvania Railroad, Pittsburgh, Pa.
-Men with degrees in Gen. Lib. Arts,
Econ., Hist., Math, Psych., etc. for po-
sitions in mgmt. trng., inside & ter-
ritorial sales, mkt. res., personnel, pur-
chasing, statistics, transport., elec.
computing.
Detroit Edison Co., Detroit-BA's &
MA's in Econ., Psych. & Finance for
Personnel, Admin. Systems Planning &
Treasurer.
WED., MARCH 16-
U.S. Air Force, Ann Arbor-BA's &
MA's in all fields for Officer Training
School. Men & women, trng. leads to
commission & careers in communica-
tions, tower operation, cartography, per-
sonnel, supply, etc. Worldwide loca-
tions.
The St. Paul Insurance Co., Detroit
-Men with degrees in Gen. Lib. Arts;
Law & Math for home office & claims,
territorial sales. Located throughout
U.S. & Canada.
McGraw-Hill Book Co., N.Y.C.-Men
BA & MA's in any field of study for
College Traveler to promote, scout for
new books, & act as liaison between
publisher & academic world.
Fisher Body Dliv., General Motors
Corp., Warren, Mich.-Single men, de-
grees in Gen. Lib. Arts, Econ., Hist.,
Journ., Speech, etc. for Field Repres.
to make presentations to jr. & sr. high
school assemblies. Employment begins
Aug. 30 & ends Jan. 1. Possible fur-
ther opportunity with Fishter Body or
GM in Public Relations or other areas.
YWCA, Flint, Mich.-Women, degrees
in Gen. Lib. Arts, Educ. & Soc. Work
for positions in Recreation & Soc. Work,
SPECIAL ANNOUNCEMENT:
United Airlines-Will interview at
Engrg. Placement Office, 128-H W. En-
grg., on March 17. BS & MS's in Aero.
Astro., Elect. Indust. & Mech. Engrg
On March 18, interviews at Bus. Ad.
Placement Office, 254 Bus. Ad. Bldg
IBA & MA's in Acctg., Indust. Rel., Mkt.
Res. & Purchasing.

8 Engl., SS, Rem. Read., Ed. Ment. Re-
tard.
North Ridgeville, Ohio-All Fields.
Baltimore, Md.-All Fields:
Trenton, Mich.-Elem.-K-6; J.H.-
Engl., Math, Soc. St., Sci., Girls PE,
Art/Music; H.S.-SS, Engl., Bus. Ed.,
Sp. Corr., Visit Tch., Type A.
WED., MARCH 23-
Euclid, Ohio-All Fields.
Muskegon, Mich.-Elem.-K-6, Coun-
selor; J.H.-Home Ec., Civics, Math,
Geog./Hist., Engl.; H.S. - Hist./Govt.,
Shorthand/Typ., Math, Engl., Voc. Shop;
Spec. Ed.-Psych., Visit. Tch.
St. Joseph, Mich.-Elem., H.S. Lib.
Pelham, N.Y.-Elem., PE-Man; Sec.
-Art, Bus., Engl., Math, Sci., SS, Lib,
Saginaw, Mich.-Elem. K-6; Spec. Ed.
-Deaf, Visit. Tch., Read., Sp. Corr.,
Psych., Soc. Work, Music, Art; Sec.-
Type A, Home Ec., Ind. Arts, Engl.,
Math, Girls PE.
Inkster, Mich. - Elem.-K-6, Rem.
Read, PE, Art, Vocal, Strings; Sec.-
PE, SS, Sci./Bus.
Monroe, Mich.-All Fields.
Grand Blanc, Mich.-Elem.-Art,AVo-
cal, Inst., FE. Lib.; J.H.-LLang. Arts/
SS, Math, Gen. Sci.,,FE, Vocal, Inst.,
Ind. Arts, Art, Home Ec., Span./Fr.,
Lib., Couns.; H.S. - Engl., Sp./Engl.,
Math, Phys. Sci., Biol., SS, Arts/Crafts,
Bus., Ind. Arts, Home Ec., Type A.
THURS., MARCH 24-

Escondido, Calif.-Fields not stated.
Lakeside, Calif.-Fields not stated.
Bridgeman, Mich.-ilem.; H.S -
Math, Couns., Lib., Engl.
FRI., MARCH 25--
Oregon, Ohio--Elem.; Sec-English,
Engl./Fr., Engl./Span., Gen. Sci., Home
Ec., Ind. Arts, Math, Inst. Music, Sp./
Hear. Ther., Slow Learn., Read., J.H.
Guid. (Man), H.S. Wrestling Coach.
Rockford, Ill.-Elem., Spec. Ed.; See.
-Art/Home Ec., Bus., Couns., Elec.,
Engl., Engl./Pub., Fr./Span., Lib., Math,
Boys PE/Swim, Girls PE/Swim, Gen.
Sci., Earth Sci., Physics, SS.
Manistee, Mich-lEem.; J.H.-Engl./
SS, Set,, Lib., Emot. Dist.; H.S. -
Fr., Sci./Gen. Math.
St. Clair Shores, Mich.-Elem. -
K-6, PE, Music, Art, Sp. Corr., Type
A, Visit. Tch., Diag.; All Sec. Fields.
Jackson, Mich.-All iFelds.
Mt. Prospect, Il.-Elem.; Gr. 7 & 8;
Art, Fr., Span., Lib., Inst., Vocal Nurse,
PE, Psych., Rem. Read., Soc. Work;
Spec. Ed.-Ed. Ment. Retard., Train.
IMent. Retard., Hard of Hear., Perc.
Hdcp., Sp. Corr.
Make Appointments Now.
For additional information, contact
the Bureau of Appointments, Educa-
tion Division, 3200 SAB. For appoint-
ments ONLY contact Miss Collins, 764-
7462.

j Waukegan, Ill.-Elem. K-6, Gr. 7 &1 Livonia, Mich -All Fields. 1

FRED M. COHEN
761-0463

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Art Depicts Aesop's Fables,
Traces Different Versions
By ANN L. MARCHIO everyone laugh at his cleverness.

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Stepping out of the hazy
memory of childhood into finely
illustrated etchings, Aesop's fables
are now being shown at Alumni
Hall until March 22. The exhibi-
tion was selected by John J. Mc-

After he died, he came back toI
life and fought at the battle of
Thermopylae. However, m a n y
scholars believe that Aesop repre-
sents nothing more than the
imaginary inventor of the fable.
McKendryv who has written the

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Kendry, associate curator of prints introduction to the book "Aesop
at the Metropolitan Museum of -Five Centuries of IllustratedI
Art in New York City. Fables," sites the purpose of the
So constant has been the popu- characters as providing a base for
larity of these fables that the his- emulation or a warning against
tory of the printed illustrated book such actions. The interpretation
from the fifteenth century to the of the fable depends on the teller.
presen can be traced through them Each succeeding generation has
alone. This particular collection mitigated the morality of the
has representative samples of stories with cynicism and world-
many generations' versions and liness, and each artist feels free
are not only delightful for the to set the fables in any setting.
dignity and simplicity they pro- Because of their brevity, fables
vide but also for the actors dream- are easy to illustrate. However,
atically presented. the illustrations are not self-ex-
According to the historian Hero- planatory. Picture and story are
dotus, Aesop lived in Egypt in the of necessity bound together.
middle of the sixth century and * * *
was a slave until his death at the An exhibition of 19th and 20th
hands of the people of Delphi. He Century European drawings is on
was alleged to have been an ugly, display in Alumni Hall aid will
mishapen little man, who made remain until March 27.

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SUMMER PLACEMENT SERVICE:
212 SAB-
INTERVIEWS:
MARCH 14-
Camp O' The Hills, Irish Hills Girl
Scout Council, Mich.-Ass't director,
unit counselors & leaders, waterfront
head .& cooks.
Camp Tanalo, Pa.-Coed camp. Spe-
cialists in camp crafts, arts & crafts,
dramatics & athletics. From 10-3 p.m.
MARCH 15-
Detroit Edison Co.-Juniors interest-
ed in Bus. Admin., Acetg. & Mktg.
Country Acres Apartments, Des
Plaines, 111.-Lifeguards. Senior lifesav-
ing certif. or W.S.I. required.
DeLeuw, Cather & Associates, Buffa-
lo, N.Y.-Undergrads-general civil en-
grg., survey parties, construction supv.
Female applicants welcome.
* * *
Details at Summer Placement, 212
SAB, Lower Level.
EDUCATION DIVISION:
The following schools will interview
at the Bureau:
MON., MARCH 21-
St. Clair Shores, Mich, (Lakeview P.S.)
-Elem.-K-6, Art, Vocal, Strings, FE,.
Read., Lib.; J.H.-Math, Gen. Sci., Engl.
-Maj. only, Guid.; H.S.-Math-Maj.
only, Physics, Chem, Biol., Engl.-Maj.
only, Lib., Guid., Read.; Spec. Ed.-
Diag., Psych., Visit. Tch., Sp. Corr.
Fairfax, Va.-All Elem. & Sec. Fields,
Lincoln Park, Mich.-Elem.-K-6; Sec.
-Math, Sci., Bus. Ed., Engl., Ind. Arts,
Home Ec., Girls PE; Spec. Ed.-Rem.
Read., Ment. Retard., Sp. Ther., Elem.
-Vocal, Inst., Art,
Oak Park, Ill. - Engl./Journ., Fr.,
Span., Math, Bus, Ed.. Art, Girls FE.
Exp. or grad students only.
Oak Lawn, IlL. (Sch. Dist. No. 111) -
Elem.; Gr. 7 & 8-Math, Lang. Arts,
Lib., Vocal, Art, Guid.
TUES5., MARCH 22-
Battle Creek, Mich.-Elem.-K16, Pre-
Kdg., Rem. Read., Dir. of Mobile Mu-
seum, Study Center Supv.; J.H. -
Gen. Sci., Vocal, Lib.; Sec.- -Math, Eng-
lish, Biol., Bus. Ed., Girls FE, Boys
FE--MA, Ind. Arts, Girls Couns., SS-
MA; Spec. Ed.-Ment. Retard., Deaf, Sp.
Corr., Blind, Sch. Camp Dir., Sch. Farm
Dir.

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