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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

SUNDAY, MARCH 27, 1966

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SUNDAY, March 27
2:30 p.m.-The National Ballet
from Washington, D.C., will ap-
pear in Hill Aud.
3:00 p.m.-Christine Downing of
Douglas College and Rutgers Uni-
versity, will lecture on "Guilt and
Responsibility in the Writings of
Martin Buber" in Aud. A, Angell
Hall.
7 and 9 p.m.-Cinema Guild will
present "Variety Lights" and "The
Petrified Forest" in the Architec-
ture Aud. Admission: 50c.
7 and 9 p.m.-Cinema II will
show "The Trouble With Harry"
starring John Forsythe. Aud. A.'
Admission: 50c.'
MONDAY, MARCH 28
4 p.m.---The philosophy depart-
ment will present G. H. von
Wright, from the University of
Helsinki, Finland in a lecture on
"The Logic of Action" in Aud. D.
4 p.m. - Congressman Robert
Griffin (R-Mich) will hold a press
conference at 101 N. Ashley. The
conference will be open to ques-
tion and interviews after his state-
ment. Rep. Griffin is leaving for
Viet Nam Wednesday. I

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4 p.m.-The Chi Chapter, Pi
Kappa Lambda and the music
school will present a music honors
assembly in Rackham Lecture
Hall. Featured will be a speech by
Prof. Marvin Eisenberg, chairman
of the History of Art Department
entitled "Why History?"
8 p.m.-The Office of Religious
Affairs will present a University
lecture by Balfour Brickner, As-
sociate Director, National Commis-
sion on Social Action of Reform
Judaism, on "Confronting the
Moral Changes of Our Present
Society" in the Multipurpose Room
of the UGLI.
TUESDAY, MARCH 29
8:45 p.m. - The conference
sponsored by the University Center
for Continuing Education of Wom-
en, "New Patterns of Employ-
ment," will hold registration in
Rackham Lobby.
1:30 p.m. - The Management
Development Seminar will present
"On-the-Job Coaching and Coun-
seling" in the Union.
3:34 p.m.-The Center for Rus-
sian Studies and history depart-
ment will present a panel discus-
sion with Peter Hanak, Gyorgy
Ranki, Hungarian Academy of

Sciences, and Jiri Koralka, Czech-
oslovak Academy of Sciences on
"East European History and So-
ciety' in Lane Hall Aud.
4:10 p.m. - The program on
comparative literature will pre-
sent a University lecture by Prof.
Rene Wellek, from the comparative
literature department, Yale Uni-I
versity, on "The Poet as Critic, thej
Critic as Poet, the Poet-Critic"
in Aud. A.
WEDNESDAY, MARCH 30
9:30 a.m.-Registration for the
Michigan Scholars in College
Teaching Conference will be held
in Rackham Lobby.
Noon-The Office of Religious
Affairs will present a book dis-
cussion by Imad Khadduri on "The'
Other Side of 'Exodus'" in Room
2417 Mason Hall.
1:30 p.m. - The management
development seminar will present
"Effective Cost Control" in the
Union.
2 p.m.-The Institute for Social
Research will hold a dedication
ceremony with Vice-President for
Research A. Goeffrey Norman
presiding and with speakers
Executive Vice-President Marvin
L. Niehuss, Gov. George Romney
and ISR Director Rensis Likert,
in Rackham Aud.

8:30 p.m.-The Music School
will present the University Sym-
phony Band concert conducted by
William D. Revelli in Hill Aud.
THURSDAY, MARCH 31
9:15 a.m.-The Institute for So-
cial Research will present a dedi-
cation conference address with
David B. Truman, dean of Colum-
bia College, Columbia University,'
speaking on "Survey Research in
the Development of Political
Science" in Rackham Amphithea-
ter.
10:45 a.m.-The Institute for
Social Research will present a
dedication conference address with
Alan McLean, psychiatric con-
sultant, I. B. M., speaking on "The
Emerging Place of Occupational
Psychology" in Rackham Amphi-
theater.
2:15 p.m.-The Mental Health
Research Institute Seminar will
present Leonard B. Meyer, of the
University of Chicago music de-
partment, discussing "Understand-
ing Music" at 1057 MHRI.
4 p.m.-The philosophy depart-
ment will present Roderick Chis-
holm, from the philosophy de-
partment, University of Illinois,'
in a lecture on "The Defeat of
Good and Evil" in Aud. D.
7 and 9 p.m.-Cinema Guild will

present Two Daughters in the Mich), Regent Irene Murphy, and
Architecture Aud. Prof. Ross Wilhelm of the business
8 p:4n.-The Institute for Social administration school will speak
Research will present dedication in Aud. A. on selective service poli-
conference address by Prof. James cies for a rally sponsored by the
S. Colman of the social relations student legal defense committee
department, Johns Hopkins Uni- on Dissent and the Draft."
versity, on "The Social Systems 4:15 p.m. - The Institute for
Theory and Measurement" in Social Research will present a
Rackham Amphitheater. dedication conference address by
8:30 p.m.-The University Mu- Fred Fiedler, Professor Depart-
sical Society Chamber Arts Series ment of Psychology, University of
will present the Chicago Little Illinois on "Organizational De-
Symphony with Thor Johnson terminants of Leadership Effec-
conducting in Rackham Aud. tiveness" in Aud. B.
FRIDAY, APRIL 1 7 and 9 p.m.-Cinema Guild will
8:30 a.m.-The French Histori- show Two Daughters in the Arch-
cal Studies Conference will hold itecture Aud.
registration in the Rackham 8 p.m.-The astronomy depart-
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10:30 a.m.-The Undergraduate
Honors Convocation will feature
Arnold Cantwell Smith, Secretary-
General of the British Common-
wealth, speaking on "The Com-,
monwealth in World Politics" in
Hill Aud.
10:45 a.m.-The Institute for
Social Research will present a
dedication address by Prof. James
Tobin of the economics depart-
ment, Yale University, on "Social
Research and Economic Policy" at
the ISR Building.
3:15 p.m.-Sen. Phillip Hart (D-

with Richard G. Teske, Depart-
ment of Astronomy, on "The Cos-
mological Principle" to observe
Jupiter and the Moon in Aud. D.
SATURDAY, APRIL 2
9 a.m.-The French Historical
Studies Conference will be held in
the Rackham Building.
7 and 9 p.m.-Cinema Guild will
present "Forbidden Games" in the
Architecture Aud.
8:30 p.m.-The University of
Michigan Men's Glee Club will
present a concert conducted by
Phillip A. Duey in Hill Aud.

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SUNDAY, MARCH 27
Day Calendar
School of Music Recital-Cornet and
Trumpet Students: Recital Hall, School
of Music, 2 and 4:30 p.m.
University Musical Society Choral Un-
ion Series Concert - National Ballet
from Washington, D.C.: Hill Aud., 2:30
Office of Religious Affairs Univer-
sity Lecture-Christine Downing, Doug-
las College, Rutgers University, "Guilt
and Responsibility in the Writings of
Martin Buber": Aud. A, Angell Hall, 3
p.m.
Cinema Guild - "Petrified Forest":
Architecture Aud., 7 and 9 p.m.
School of Music Degree Recital-David
Cooper, cellist: Recital Hall, School of
Music, 7 p.m.
School of Music Recital-University
Chamber Choir, Thomas Hilbish, con-
ductor: Rackham Lectre Hall, 8:30 p.m
School of Music Degree Recital-John
Bentley, oboist: Recital Hall, School of
Music, 8:30 p.m.
Events Monday
Dept. of English Lecture-Prof. Mich-
ael Millgate, York University, Toronto
Canada, will lecture on "William Faulk-
ner: The Problem of Point of View":
Aud. A, Angell Hall, 4:10 p.m.
Dept. of Philosophy Lecture-G. H
von Wright, Dept. of Philosophy, Uni-
versity of Helsinki, Finland, "The Logic
of Action," Angell Hall, Aud. D., 4 p.m.
General Notices
Doctoral Examination for Halim Isber
Barakat, Social Psychology; thesis:
"Alienatilon from the School System:
Its Dynamics and Structure," Mon.
March 28, 5040 ISR, at 1:30 p.m. Chair-
man, Ronald Lppitt
Doctoral Examination for Elna Brown-
ing McBride, Mathematics; thesis: "A
Study of Methods of Obtaining Gen-
erating Functions," Mon., March 28, 34C
W. Engrg. Bldg., at 3 p.m. Chairman, E
D. Rainville.
Phi Beta Kappa: Annual meeting.
Mon., March 28, 4:15 p.m., Room 3B
Michigan Union. Election of officers and
new members.
Summary of Action Taken by Student
Government Council at Its Meeting
March 24, 1966
Appointed: The following persons to
Joint Judiciary Council for the term
of one year:
Marvin Freedman, LSA; John Weller,
LSA '67; Larry Hauptman, Eng. '67;
Barbara Sokolov, LSA '68; Inette Shu-
bert, LSA '67.
For one semester: Helen Forsyth.
Appointed: The following eight people
to the Student Advisory Committee on
Presidential Selection:
Lauren Bahr, senior, French; Geor-
gia Berland, junior, social anthropology;
Henry Bloom, sophomore, psychology;
Jeanne Charn, junior, history; Russell
DeJong, junior, pre-professional; Gret-
chen Groth, Grad, psychology; Ed-
ward Herstein, Grad, education; Law-
rence Lossing, Grad, law.
Adopted: Changes in Student Health
Insurance Plan for 1966-67,
Approved: One formal rushing period
at the beginning of the fall semes-
ter (change in Panhellenic constitu-
tion).
Approved: That SC mandate its Ex-
ecutive Committee to present a report
on alternate forms of Student Govern-
ment at other universities.
Accepted: The report of the election
director, Steve Brown.
Approved: That Ed Robinson and
Cindy Sampson be seated as president
and executive vice-president of Stu-
dent Government Council for terms of
one year.
Approved: That the following people
be seated as Student Government Coun-
cil members for terms of one, year:
Marg Asman, Ruth Baumann, Bob
Smith, Fred Smith, Dick Wingfield.
Approved: That Mike Dean be seat-
a:.3 .h K,.. io Aan '. Govrnme.n.t+

Approved: Block ticket sales policy:
1. A limit of 2900 tickets shall be
set aside for block ticket sales at Hill
Aud.
Exclusive of all preceding and fol-
lowing provisions contained herein, the
following format shall be employed for
events sponsored by student organiza-
tions taking place other than at Hill
Aud. Sponsoring organizations shall
submit a basic ticket sales plan to the
SGC ticket coordinator at least one
month preceding their event. The tick-
et coordinator is mandated by SGC tc
make all necessary efforts prior to and
after the formal submission of the plan
to secure agreement with the sponsor-
ing organization as to the basic frame-
work and details of the plan. In the
event that the ticket coordinator should
reject any such plan the entire mat-
ter shall immediately be brought be-
fore SGC. Further changes in any plan
already approved, shall be made with
the advice and consultation of the
ticket coordinator.
In the case of several performances
of the same event, at least one-third
of the seats in the auditorium, 1277
in Hill Aud., must be sold to individ-
uals for each performance.
2. Recognized housing units may sub-
mit, nine days preceding the concert
by 3 p.m. to the SGC Office, requests
for a given number of tickets. Should
this date fall on a weekend, SGC shall
set Friday as the deadline date. The
housing unit may specify tickets in a
given price range.
3. The number of tickets that may
be purchased by any one housing unit
may not exceed the following limita-
tions:
Size of Unit Maximum Tickets

Under 15
16-25
26-35
36-40
41-50
51-60
62-70
71-80
81-90
91-100
101-120
121-140
141-160
161 & over

Allowed V
22
30
46
64
80
94
110
126
140
156
170
186
206
224

4. Following the deadline for block
ticket requests, the ticket chairman of
the sponsoring organization shall in
the presence of an SGC appointee, not
a member of SEGC, proceed to select
the order of seating of blocks drawn
by chance as well as their location. This1
process shall continue until the maxi-
mum of 2900 seats in Hill Aud. are fill-,
ed. Any additional seats remaining after
satisfying block ticket requests shalli
be sold along with individual ticket
pales. No more than one-half of the
odd seats in an auditorium shall be
designated as individual tickets. Half
of all individual tickets must be in,
the front one-half of each section of
an auditorium and one-half must be;
in the center sections. Housing units
which are selected will be required to
purchase the full amount of tickets
that they they have requested before
individual sales are scheduled to be-
gin. Failure to do so will result in the
loss of their chance to purchase block
tickets for that particular event. All
block tickets not sold before individual
tickets are scheduled to go on sale
will be sold as individual tickets at
that time.
5. On the Monday preceding a con-
cert, unless SGC grants an exception
individual sales will begin. No individ-
ual will be able to purchase more than
four tickets. Sponsoring organizations
shall reserve 1277 seats in Hill Aud. and
the seats reserved in any other auditor-
ium .for individual ticket sales equally
among all price ranges and locations.
General Provisions:
1. Fraternity pledges shall be consid-
ered as fraternity members with re-
spect to buying block tickets and also
shall be considered members of their
respective residence hall units.
2. After men's rush each semester
Interfraternity Council shall provide
SGC with the total number of members
in each fraternity counting pledges of
the fraternity.
3. Following this period each semes-
ter, SGC shall send written corres-
pondence informing the presidents of
all affiliated housing _units the cal-
culations as to membership with re-
spect to block ticket sales and the
maximum number of tickets which they
may purchase for any given concert
during the following semester.
4. Central committees and executive
officers of sponsoring organizations may
reserve no more than six tickets per
central committee or executive board
member. The central committees, exec-
utive officers, and patrons shall have
first choice for their block. They shall
inform SGC of the total number of re-

served seats at the time of block ticket
drawing and shall supply SGC with r
list of central committee members or
executive officers, the number of tick-
ets purchased by each, and the name:
of any patrons who are receiving tick-
ets.
5. That SGC appointee shall keep r
record of the preferencing and of the
order of block ticket drawing. This
record will be open to public inspec-
tion and will be published in the "Daily
Official Bulletin."
6. Exceptions to the preceding regu-
lations shall be allowed as follows:
a) Sponsoring organizations must
submit written requests for exception:
no later than one month preceding theit
concert.
b) Housing units may petition for spe.
cial consideration no later than the
Tuesday preceding the SGC meeting be-
fore the opening of block ticket sales.
7. Any person wishing to witness the
block ticket sales drawing will be per-
mitted to do so. The time and place o
the drawing will be made available by
the SGC secretary on request.
Placement
ANNOUNCEMENTS:
Graduate Record Exam-Will be held
April 23. Registration deadline April 8
The Grad Record Exam is required for
admission to certain grad & profes-
sional schools. Details and applications
available at Bureau of Psych. Services
122 Rackham.
U.S. Marine Corps-Will be in the
Lower Lobby of the Union to give in-
formation about commissioned pro-
grams for students & grads on Mon. &
Tues., March 28-29. Officer qualifica-
tion tests given to seniors with no ob-
ligation. No appointment needed. Stop
by information booth.
PLACEMENT INTERVIEWS: Bureau of
9ppcintments-Seniors & grad students,
please call 764-7460 for appointments
with the following:
TUES., MARCH 29-
Pan American World Airways, N.Y.C.
-Campus Repres. Summer Program for
undergrad women provides opportunity
for summer stewardess to fly world-
wide routes. Must be qualified for
stewardess employment after gradua-
tion. Exemplary academic & campus
record req. (a.m. only). Senior women
will be interviewed in the afternoon
for the regular stewardess program.
Heretoga Syndicate, Ann Arbor-BA's
in Gen. Lib. Arts, Econ., Music, Archi-
tect., Gen. Chem., etc. MA's in Engl.
& Journ. for positions in advtg., art
& des., elec. computing, foreign trade,
library, mkt. res., public relations, sta-
tistics, gen. & tech. writing. Also Ad-
min. Ass't. to managing editor.
WED., MARCH 30-
Camp Fire Girls, N.Y.C.-Men &
women grads. Gen. Lib. Arts bkgd. &
extra-curricular work in admin., com-
munity organ., teaching, church or
service club leadership, etc. Also MA's
in Soc. Work, Adult Educ., Personnel
& Guid. Positions for Directors-Field,
District, Camp & Exec. Locations
throughout U.S.
FRI.. APRIL 1-
Office of International Affairs, Treas-
ury Dept., Wash., D.C.-MA's in Econ.
or international affairs with bkgd. in
econ. Trng. in international ecen., fi-
nancial & monetary fields helpful. Out-
standing BA grads will be considered.
Positions in U.S. embassies throughout
the world as financial attaches & as-
sistants.
POSITION OPENINGS:
Sunkist Growers, Berwyn, 1.-Sales
Repres. Young male grad to call on
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764-7460, General Div., Bureau of Ap-
pointments, 3200 SAB.
SUMMER PLACEMENT SERVICE:
212 SAB-
Mackinac Island State Park Comm.
Mackinac Island-Men & women foi
cashier/guides at Fort Mackinac. Main-
tenance jobs also available. Details a
212 SAB, Lower Level.

food & beverage mfrs. Some sales ex- Arts, Project Coord., Engl. as a Foreigns
per. in food line pref. Reside in Detroit Lang.; Spec. Ed.-Read., Sp./Hear., Psy.
for Mich. & Ind. territory. chology, Sp. Corr., Soc. Work.
Local Firm-Clerical Librarian for li-
brary reference work, oversee filing Warren, Mich. (Van Dyke Schs.) -
etc. Man or woman, math degree pref Elem-Voc., Sp. Ther., Part. Sight, Lib.
Some exper, in library work, typing Art, Visit Tch.; J.H.-Comm.-Shorthd.
ability, knowl. of foreign lang. desired. Self Cont.; H.S.-Draft., Home Ec.,
McManus, John & Adams, Bloomfieli Phys./Gen. Sci.
Hills, Mich.-Proofreader, begin April Flint, Mich. (Kearsley Schs.)-Elem.-
15. Some filing & typing. Woman, Eng- K-6, Mus., Arts/Crafts, PE; Sec.-Shop
lish degree, age 21-24. Lib., Home Ec.; Fr., Engl./Journ., Eng-j
* * * lish Sp., Fr. Engl., Comm., aMth/Sci.

t ec;, tngi.
ENGINEERING PLACEMENT INTER- Grass Lake, Mich.-Elem.-K-6; H.S1
VIEWS-Seniors & grad students, pleas, -Inst. Music, PE/Coach., Lib., Biol./F
sign schedule posted at 128-H West Chem./Coach, Hist./Coach.
Engrg. Greenwich, Conn.-Elem.-K-6, Span.p
WED., MARCH 30- Voc.; Sec.-Fr., Span., Russ., Lib., Engl.
City of Philadelphia, Water Dept.- Sci., Math, Ind. Arts, Strings, Girls PE
BS: ChE, CE. MS: Sanitary. R. & D. Soc. Work, Sp. & Hear., Rem. Read.P
Des. Sp. Ed.1
THURS., MARCH 31- Allen Park, Mich.-Elem.; Sec. -
Aluminum Co. of America, Through- Home Ec., Ind. Arts, Visit. Tch., Bus
out Company-Summer Employment Ed., Psych., Ment. Hdcp., Sp. Corr. E
Jr. students in ChE, EE, IE, ME, Met. Flint, Mich. (Carman Schs.) - All
Mat'ls., sign schedule for appointment. Fields.I
Caterpillar Tractor Co., Peoria, Ill.-- Flint, Mich.-Elem.-Art, Sci., Mathr
Summer Employment: Sr. & Grad stu. Vocal, Inst., PE, Rem. Read.; Spec. Ed .
dents-BS or MS in Engrg. or MBA with -Ment. Retard., Sp. Ther., Phys. Hdcp.;
BS in Engrg. sign schedule for inter- Sec.-Wrest. Coach, Common Learn.
view appointment. Asst. Staff Engr.s Math, Phys., Gen. Sci., Engl., Girls PE
Vocal, Inst., Hist., Bus., Art, Ind. Arts
EDUCATION DIVISION: Home Ec., Visit. Tch.t
-The following schools will interview North Muskegon, Mich, - Elem. _
at the Bureau: Early, 5th gr.; H.S.-Span./Engl., Fr.I
MON., APRIL 4- Engl., J.H.-Sci./Coach.
Warren, Mich. (Warren Woods Schs.) New Baltimore, Mich. (Anchor Bay
-Elem.-Vocal; J H.-Guid., Engl./SS Schs.)-Elem.-K-6, Vocal; J.H.-Math
Sci./Math, Girls PE, Unif. Arts, Gen SS/PE, Lib.; H.S. - Engl./Fr., Geog.
Music, SS; H.S.-Lib., Guid., Engl.. SS Math, Phys./Chem./Math, Shop.
Math, Sci.,Fr./Span., Girls PE, Bus WED., APRI I.6-
Ed., Dist. Ed., Voc. Ed.; Spec. Ed.- Grosse Pointe, Mich. - Elem.-K-6
Type A, Type B Visit Tch., Speech Art, Mus., FLES; J.H.-Art, Engl., Dr.
Diag.; Voc. Mus., Inst. Mus. Math, Math, Girls PE, SS; H.S.--Engl.
Southgate, Mich. (Heintzen P.S.) - Fr., Journ./Engl., Math, Girls PE, PSSC
Elem.-1, 2, 3, Vocal; J.H.-Span., Math Phys., Russian, Sp. Corr., Visit. Tch.
Engl.; H.S.-Chem./Phys., Engl.; Type Emot. Dist., Rem. Read., Ment. Retard.
A, Type C. Psych. Ser.
Dearborn Hgts, Mich. (Dist. No. 8) - Livonia (or Farmington), Mich (Clar-
All Fields. enceville P.S.)-Elem.-K-6; J.RH.-Eng-
Linden, Mich.-Elem. - Vocal, Art; lish/SS, Math/Sci., Ind. Arts; H.S. -E
J.H.-Span.; H.S.-Engl., Math, Ind, Engl., Sci., Math.
Arts. Detroit, Mich. (Austin Prep H.S.)-
Durand, Mich.-Elem.-K-5, Art, Rem Math, Engl., Span., Fr., Typing.
Read., Prin./Tch.; J.H.-Couns., Math Flint, Mich. (Atherton P.S.) - Elem
Art, 6 gr. Engl./Geog., Sci./Math, Comm. -K, 3, 4, 5, 6; Sec.-Engl., Bus. Ed.
SS, Band, Math, Engl. SS Coach, Math, Sci., Type A, Sp. Corr.
Dearborn Hgts, Mich. (Fairlane P.S.) Vermontville, Mich. (Maple Valley
-Elem.-K-6; J.H.-Math, Sci., Engl./SS Schs.)-Elem.-K-6, Vocal, Rem. Read.
Sp. Corr. Sec.-Math, Vocal, Comm./Shorthd.
Ferndale, Mich.-Elem.-K-6, Spec. Ed Metals/Machine Shop, Rem. Read:
Visit. Tch.; J.H.-Engl., Read., Voca.; Type A, Asst. Ftb./Bskt./Other Subject.
H.S.-Gen. Sci., Biol., Vocal, Math, Fr./ North Branch, Mich.-Elem.-1, 2, 4
Span., Engl., Hist., Phys., Chem., Dir 3; J.H.-Sci., Engl.; Sec-Girls PE, Chor-
of Lib. al; H.S -Chem./Phys., Geom./Trig./
Hartford, Conn.-Elem.; Sec.-Engl. Gen. Sci., Asst. Ftb. with Sci. or Math
Fr., Math, Gen. Sci., Biol., Fr./Ger. Asst. Bskt. with J.H. Sc. or Engl.
Couns., Girls PE, Home Ec., Music, Ind Clawson, Mich.-Elem.-K-6; J.H. -
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Span., Engi/Fr., Spec. Ed., Elem. Couns.
Visit. Tch., Diag.
IUES., APRIL 5-
Mt. Clemens, Mich. (L'Anse Creuse
P.S.)-Elem.-K-6, Span., Lib., Sec. -
Ind. Arts, Sci./Math, Girls PE; H.S
-Power Mech./Wrest. Coach.
Madison Hgts., Mich. - Elem.-K-6
Art, Vocal; J.H.-Math, Engl., Art, Sci.
Vocal, Band; H.S.-Art./Span., Lib.
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Sol., Span., Fr.
Lansing, Mich. (Diocese of Lansing
-Parochial Schs. in Flint, Lansing
Jackson & Kalamazoo)-Elem.; Sec.-
Math. Phys., Biol., Chem., Span., Fr.
Bus. Ed., SS, Engl., Girls PE.
Orchard Lake, Mich. (W. Bloomfield
Schs.)-Elem.-Fr., Lib.; J.H. - Lib,
Math, Math Sci.; H.S.-Fr., Girls PE
Engl., Comm.-Typ. & Shorthd., Sci.
THURS., APRIL 7-
Vermilion, Ohio-Elem.-K-6, Vocalj
PE, Art; J.H.-Vocal; H.S.-Girls PE
Math.
Saugatuck, Mich.-All Fields except
For. Lang.
Saginaw, Mich. (Saginaw Twp. Schs.)j
-Elem.; Sec.-Lib., Sch. Psych.
East Jackson, Mich.-Elem.-K-5; H.S
-Guid., Shop-Wood, Metals, Ment. Re-
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Chicago, Ill.-All Fields.
Grand Haven, Mich.-Elem.-K-6; J.H
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Carson City, Mich.-Elem.; Sec. -
Art, Engl., Home Ec., Hist., Music
Speech, Ment. Hdcp.
Fenton, Mich.-Elem.-Sp. Corr., Typ
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Type A, Girls PE.
Holly, Mich.-Elem.-Type A. Art.
Engl., Bus. Ed., Lib., Voc. Mus.; H.S.-
Engl., Fr.'Span., Lib.
Flint, Mich. (Bentley Schs.)-Elem.
K-6, Lib.; J.H.-Engl., Home Ec., Ind
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Sp. Corr., Visit. Tch., Read.
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For additional information, contact
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