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'AGE SIX

THE MICHIGAN DAILY

FRTDAY, JANUA $X 20, 1967

PAGE SIX TIlE MICHIGAN DAILY FRIDAY, JANUARY 20, 1961

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speak on the "Family Planning Stud-
Les Program in Thailand." The public
is invited.
General Notices
TV Center Programs: On Sun., Jan. 22
the following programs produced by the
TV Center will have their initial tele-
cast on Detroit stations:
8:30 a.m., WXYZ-TV, Channel, 7 -
"Understanding Our World. Who Will
Watch the Watchers?: The Private
Watchers." Three Law Schoo profes-
sors discuss the private exercise of po-
lice power in modern America and the
problems inherent in private citizens
taking the law into their own hands.
12 Noon, WWJ-TV, Channel 4 -
the toughest young writers in today's
"Germany Today. Conscience of a Na-
tion." West Germany's Group 47 are
iterary world. Their works are analyzed
and their influence is described.
Botany 101 Makeup Final Exam for
Fall Term, 1966: Willmbe given Thurs.,
Jan. 26th at 7:30 p.m. in Room 2033
Natural Science Bldg.
SEE THE GREAT COLE'
SUIT COLLECTION-
ACCOMPLISH MORE
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Cole, and Alexa. Coime in
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you while cur stock is com-
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STATE AND LIBERTY
9 :30-5 :30

Grants: Faculty members who wish
to apply for grants from faculty re-
search funds to support projects shouldx
file their applications in Room 1014
Rackham Bldg. not later than Jan. 30,
1967. Instructions .and format may be
obtained in Room 1014 Rackham, or
you may call 764-4405 to have them
mailed.
Doctoral Examination for William Jo-
seph Robertson, Education & Psychol-
Dgy; thesis: "The Effects of Junior
High School Segregation Experience on
the Achievement. Behavior and Aca-
demic Motivation of Integrated Tenth
Grade High School Students," Fri., Jan.
20, Room 3002 University High School.
Chairman, J. E. Milholland.
Doctoral Examination for Duane Ar-
thur Warner, Physics; thesis: "The So-
dium Salicylate-Coated Photomultiplier
as a Detector in the Extreme Ultra-
violet," Fri., Jan. 20, Room 629 Physics-
Astronomy Bldg., at 2:30 p.m. Chairman,
W. W. McCormick.
Research Training Program in Social
Science Education: Offered by the Uni-
versity of Michigan, School of Edu-
cation {Room 3021), Office of Social
Science Education, Ann Arbor, Mich.
The program is designed to prepare
researchers in social science education
both at elementary and secondary lev-
els. To apply for the program a bach-
elor's degree in one of the social sci-
ences-anthropology, economics, geog-
raphy, history, philosophy, political sci-
ence, psychology, sociology, or a com-
bined social science major is required.
Some teaching experience is desirable
as the research focus will be given to
problems relating to the teaching of
social' studies and to such topics as
curriculum construction, controversial
issues, civic education and political so-
cialization, and development and test-
ing of instructional theories.
For those persons interested in ac?
quiring financial assistance graduate re-
search fellowships under Title IV, re-
search assistantships, and NDEA fel-
lowships are available. In addition,
teaching assistantships and instructor-
ships may be obtained by advanced
students.
Interested persons may pick up appli-
cation forms for this program in Room
3021, University High School. Further
information about the program may be
obtained by calling 764-9208.
Events
The following sponsored student

events are approved for the coming N.Y.-Opportunities in Social Work, in
weekend. Social chairmen are reminded Public Assistance. Child Welfare & Hos-
that requests for approval for social oitalizatidn, BA any curriculum. N.Y.
events are due in the Office of Student Civil Service tests available throughout
Organizations not later than 12 o'clock U.S.
noon on Wednesday prior to the event. Maryland Civil Service-Entrance ex-
FRI., JAN. 20- aminations April 10, in Baltimore or out
Acacia, Pizza Party-Open-Open; Allen of state. Announcements for numer-.
Rumsey, WQ, Rumsey, Winchell-Stock- aus entrance level positions in all
well Mixer; Alpha Delta Phi, Record fields available at Bureau.
Party; Alpha Epsilon Phi, Open-Open; New York State Dept. of Social Wel-
Alpha Phi Alpha, TGIF; Alpha Tau fare-Programs for grad social work
Omega, Open-Open; Beta Theta Pi, study, assignments and appointments
Open-Open; Chi Psi, Social Open-Open; in public welfare. Written test given
Delta Tau Delta, Open-Open; Evans throughout U.S. monthly until June.
Scholars, TGIF; Phi Delta Theta, Open- Scholarships available.
Open; Phi Epsilon Pi, Party. : Wisconsin Civil Service - Prospective
Phi Gamma Delta, Open House: Phi grads should apply 5 mos. before avail-
Kappa Psi, Open-Open; Phi Kappa Tau, ability. Exam dates monthly. Feb,-July.
Open-Open; Psi Upsilon, Milky's Movie Applications at Bureau.
Party; Sigma Alpha Epsilon, Open-Open;
Sigma Alpha Mu, Open-Open; Sigma POSITION OPENINGS:
Nu, Open-Open; Sigma Pi, Open-Open; Williams Gold Refining Co., Inc., Buf-
Tau Delta Phi, Open-Open; Tau Epsi- fal, N.Y.-Grad mettalurg., or Metallur-
ion Phi, Open-Open; Zeta Beta Tau, gic Engr. for work with precious metal
Open-Open. alloys, manuf. procedure for new al-
SAT., JAN. 21- loys or existing ones.
Acacia, Band Party & Open-Open' Al- Ventron Corp., Beverly, Mass.-Chemi-
pha Delta Phi. Band Party; Alpha cal Engineer, BS in ChE, ideally 2-3
Epsilon Pi, Open-Open; Alpha Sigma yrs. in liquid organic or inorganic plant
Phi, Band Party; Alpha Tau Omega, engrg.
'Open-Open; Beta Theta Pi, Band Par-SUMRPAE NTEVI.
Sty; Chi Phi, Band Party; Chi Psi. So- S1UMM PLACEMENT SERVICE:
cial Open-Open; Delta Chi, Record E
Party; Delta Sigma Phi, Band Party;.I Eastman Kodak Co., Rochester, N.Y.
Delta Tau Delta, Band Party; Evans -Interview at Bureau of Appointments
Scholars, Hell's Angels Party; Hayden, Feb. 2 & 3, for summer term jobs as
'EQ, Open-Open. well as permanent. Srs. & graduate level
Phi Delta Theta, Band & Open-Open Engrg., Chem., Phys., Math, Acctg., &
Phi Epsilon Pi, Party; Phi Gamma Del-!Bus.
ta, Party; Phi Kappa Psi, Band Party; Camp Michigania, Mich.-Coed. In-
Phi Kappa Tau, Open-Open; Psi Up- terview Jan. 24, 9-12 & 1-5. Spec. In
silon, Band Party'; Sigma Alpha Epsi- swimming, arts & crafts, riding, store-
ion, Fertility Rite; Sigma Alpha Mu, keeper and nurse.. *
Band Party; Sigma Nu, House Party &
Open-Open; Sigma Phi, Party & Open- For further information, applications,
Open; Sigma Phi Epsilon, Go Go Par- mne to Summer Placement Service, 212
ty; Sigma Pi, Band Party; Tau Delta SAB, Lower Level
Phi, Open-Open; Tau Epsilon Phi. Open- ENGINEERING PLACEMENT INTER-
Open Band Party; Tau Kappa Epsilon, VI E INtEEapINTEnt
Record Party; Theta Chi, Open-Open at Room 128-H. West. Enginerin Bldg.
Party; Zeta Beta Tau, Open-Open. JAN. 27-
SUN., JAN. 22- Abbott Labs.
Collegiate Sorosis, Pledge Party. Bell System.
Carborundum Co.
Consumers Power Co.
Placement Falk Corp.
G Ueneral Motors Corp.
Hallmark Cards, Inc.
ANNOUNCEMENTS: Lockheed.Aircraft Corp. - California
Peace Corps Placement Test-Tomor- Viv.
row, Jan. 21, 1:30 p.m., at-Downtown Scott. Paper Co.
Post Office, Main at Catherine Sts. .Surface Combustion-Div. of Midland
These are regularly scheduled for the itoss Corp.
third Saturday of the month. Bring systems Tech.,Inc.
completed application to test.| Whirlpool Corp.-Mfg. & Prod. Engi-
County of Westchester, White Plains, veering.

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PRESENTING
CONVI
...A Great Name in Aerospace

- , SEMI-ANNUAL SALE
§ >All items chosen for this sale
§ are fromn our regular stock.§
CLOT HING§
§Suits Pants TopGoats
Sport Coats Car Coats Rain Coats %
Reduced from 20%-50%
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$ FURNISHINGS
Dress Skirts Neckwear Pajamas
Sweaters S port Shirts .Gloves
§ LADIES' SALE NOW
IN PROGRESS
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Many other items. included in .this most comprehensiye sale. ,
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he Convair Division of General
Dynamics Corporation is one of the
largest and most sophisticated
aerospace and research firms in the
country. It was frmed in 1965 through
the merger of two divisions of General
Dynamics: the old Convair Division and the
Astronautics Division,'both In San Diego.
The heritage of Convair dates back to
aircraft production prior to and during
World War lI. In recent years the former
Convair Division produced the Air Force
F-102 and F-106 Jet interceptors, the 880
and 990 Jet transports, and the Little Joe
solid rocket booster. The Astronautics
Division was the home of the Atlas, the firt
free-world ICBM, and the subsequent
development of the Atlas as one of the
natlon's major space launch vehicles;
many other aerospace and research
programs were undertaken by Astronautics
Including Centaur-the first U.S. space
rocket powered by liquid hydrogen.
Company Description
Convairis primarily involved in research,
development and production connected
with the aerospace industry. Its primary
efforts are in complete systems and
programs. The.spectrum includes space
launch vehicles,-electronics systems,
maneuverable re-entry vehicles, commer-
ciaiand military aircraft and oceanographic
research.
Major programs include the Atlas space
launch vehicle; the Atlas/Centaur booster
program used to put the Surveyor space-
craft on the moon; the design and installa-
tion of complete telemetering stations;
conversion programs on Convair military
and commercial aircraft; satellite research;
manned space systems, and oceanographic
telemetering buoys.
Opportunities

analysis, space sciences, life sciences,
information sciences, scientific data
processing, aeroballistics, dynamics,
thermodynamics, guidance, structures,
mechanical design, electrical design,
reliability, test engineering and materials
research.
Special Features and Attractions
Convair offers outstanding fringe benefits
including an Employee Savings and Stock
Investment Plan#to which the Company
contributes as well as a Retirement Plan
and Tuition AssistancePrograms. Convair
employees can select from many company-
sponsored educational assistance pro-
grams and determine forthemselves which
is best suited to their particular require-
ments.These programs, held in conjunction
with four highly rated local colleges and
universities, include atuition refund plan,
an irregularwork week to permit college
attendance, an advanced-degree work-
study program, special courses and
seminars, and Doctoral Fellowships,
among others.
One of the nice things about working at
Convair is living in San Diego... one of the
country's truly great resort centers. With
only 10 degrees difference between Janu-
aryand July highs, the sunnySan Diego
climate is pleasant throughout the year.
Two great bays and 70 miles of ocean
beaches provide all-year aquatic sports
and fishing. Exciting Mexico is justafew
miles away. Nearby mountains, aworid-
famous zoo -and a marine park add to the
fun... plus 64 golf courses foryear'round
play. San Diego is an ideal family city with
excellent schools. As the country's 16th
largest city, San Diego offers the best in
cultural attractions, performing arts, pro-
fessional sports, and other entertainment.
Come to Convair...Where the Magic of
Aerospace Unfolds.
Please send a detailed resume to:
Mr. J. J. Tannone
Supervisor, Professional Placement and Personnel
Department 130-90

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A varietyofoutstanding career opportuni-
ties are yours at Convair in the following
areas of concentration: aeronautical, elec-
tricalelectronic,mechanical, engineering
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