THE MICHIGAN DAILY
TUESDAY, FEBRUARY 28, 1967
PAfl'R ~TflWT THE MICHIGAN DAILY TUESDAY, FEBRUARY 28, 1967
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Anatomy Seminar-Dr. Frederick Fish-
er, post-doctoral fellow, Department of
Anatomy, University of Wisconsin: "Lo-
oal Effects of the Uterus on the Ovary,"
4 p.m., 2501 East Medical Bldg.
School of Music Concert - University
Philharmonia, Josef Blatt and Theo Al-
cantara, conductors; Jeffrey Hollander,
pianist: Hill Aud., 8:30 p.m.
University Musical Society Chamber
Arts Series Concert-Andres Segovia,
guitarist: Rackham Lecture Hall, 8:30
A Choreography-Presented by Bar-
bara Ellison, Barbour Gymnasium Dance
Studio, 8:45 p.m. Admission free.
Student Government Council Approval
of the following student sponsored
events becomes effective 24 hours after
the publication of this notice. All pub-
licity for these events must be with-
held until the approval has become ef-
Approval request forms for student
sponsored events are available in Room
1s11 of the SAB.
India Students Association, Hindi mo-
vie, March 4, 7:30 p.m., Natural Science
Opening Banquet for Alumni Sesqui-
centennial Celevration: Speaker: Jack
Vaughn, director of the Peace Corps,
Wed., March 1, 6 p.m., Michigan Union
Ballroom. Reservations may still be
made through the Conference Dept.,
412 Maynard, 764-5304.
Alumni Sesquicentennial Program:
Playwright Arthur Miller, CBS news cor-
respondent Mike Wallace and Esquire
Publisher Arnold Gingrich will discuss
"The Right of Free Expression." Open
to students and public without charge.
Thurs., March 2, Rackham Lecture Hall,
tory. Thurs., March 2, 6 p.m., Michi- Local Office-Assistant Editor, edit- tria, Greece. Spain. Switzerland, Arab jors, interviews at Bureau of Appoint. U.S. Govt.-NASA-Electronics Research
gan Union Ballroom. Reservations may ing, processing of printing of bulle- countries, Japan, Taiwan. Many open- ments on March 9. Center.
be made through the Conference De- tins, some college min. and some edit- ings in fields of mktg., research and * * * MARCH 8-
partment, 412 Maynard, 764-5304. ing or printing exper., young person. engineering. Details and applications at Summer American Bosch Arma Corp.
Oakland Community College, Roches- THURS., MARCH 9- Placement Service, 21?, SAB, lower level. Collins Radio Co.
Alumni Sesquicentennial Program: ter, Mich.-Mgr., Campus Services. Ad- Upjohn Co., Kalamazoo, Mich.-MalexCombustion Engineering. Inc.
"American Enterprise - What Lies min, or Bus. mgrs. on 2 campuses, 2 & female. BA /adv. degrees Biochem.,-;-. General American Transportationj
Ahead?" Lynn Townsend, chairman of yrs. college min. plus bus. or ed. cours- Chem., Microbiol., Pharm., Pre-Med., artiinC Corp. (Research Div.) & Freight Car
the board of Chrysler Corp.. Donald es, pref. BBA, some general office ex- Pre-Dent. for Sales, technical, territor- Div.
.dnt ofthe Amican perience, 25-40 yrs. lal. -bbey-Owens-Ford Glass Co.
U. GOKpresidn ofee.isr-
Electric Co., and H Bruce Palmer,
president of the National Industrial
lonference Board. "The Future of Amer-
lcan Enterprise." Fri., March 3, 10 a.m.,
Rackham Lecture Hall. Open to stu-
dents and public free of charge.
Alumni Sesquicentennial Program:
"The Law and Public Order" will be
discussed by alumni Hobart Taylor, di-
rector of the Export-Import Bank of
Washington; Judge John R. Brown,
U.S. Court of Appeals, 5th Circuit, and
Dr. Richard A. Wasserstrom, dean <f
the College of Arts and Sciences, Tus-
kegee Institute. Open to students and
public free of charge, Fri., March 3,
10 a.m., Rackham Amphitheatre.
Alumni Sesquicentennial Program:
"Michigan in Orbit." The future of the
Apollo program will be discussed by
its director, Joseph Shea, and General
Edward H. White, father of the late
astronaut. Program will also include a
film. Open to public and students free
of charge. Fri., March 3, 2:30 p.m.,
Rackham Lecture Hall.
Alumni Sesquicentennial Banquet:
Sesquicentennial Awards will be pre-
sented to special guests and selected
alumni. Reservations may still be made
through the Conference Department, 412
Maynard, 764-5304. Dinner on Fri., March
3. 6 pm., Michigan League,followed
by performance of student musical re-
vue, "Out of Our Minds."
Campus Open House for Alumni: Sat.,
March 4, 10 a.m. to noon.
Michigan-Wisconsin Basketball Game
in Cobo Hall Arena: Sat., March 4, 2 p.m.
Buses will take alumni and interested
persons to Detroit, leaving Michigan
Alumni Sesquicentennial Celebration
Closing Banquet: Sat., March 4, 6 p.m.,
Cobo Hall, Detroit. Reservations may
still be made by contacting Frederick
Matthai, Jr., Capital and Management,
770 South Adams Rd., Birmingham,
Mich. (Phone: 647-4800.)
Libbey Owens Ford Glass Co., Toledo, E m L' lo a0Y'?
For further information please call i Ohio-a.m. only. Male & female. BA
764-7460, General Division, Bureau of 1.rch. Mktg. and Gen. Bus. for Promo- Computer Programmer-
Appointments, 3200 SAB. tional Sales. miliar with IBM 7094 and a
National Labor Relations Board, gram in the MAD languag
PLACEMFNT INTERVIEWS: Gradu- Wash., D.C.-p.m. only. BA adv. degrees assignment 50-75 hours
ates and seniors make appointments by Econ., Law, Poli. Sci., for Mgmt. Trng., contact: Part-Time Employ
4 p.m. of the day preceding the visits Personnel, Public Admin., Labor Rela- 2200 SAB, Phone 764-7283.
by the following companies. All em- tions, Indust. Relations,
I ployers expect to see your file before Old Kent Bank and Trust Co., Grand ENGINEERING PLACEMI
the interview Please return forms and Rapids, Mich.-BA/adv. degrees Econ., VIEWS: Make interviewa
update your files as soon as possible. Gen. Lib. Arts. Hist., Math, Poll. Sc., at Room 128-H. West Engin
Call 764-7460, General Division Deskt Psych., Speech & Soc. for Banking, MARCH 6-
TUES., MARCH 7_ Mgmt. Trng. and Inside Sales. Air Reduction Co., Inc.
Allstate Insurance Co., Southfield, Mutual of New York, N.Y.C.-BA/adv. Diamond Alkali Co.
Mich.-BA Econ., LS&A, Journ., Math degrees Econ., Engl., Gen. Lib. Arts, Digital Equipment Corp.
& Physics for Mgmt. Trng., Personnel and Math for Adv., Computing, Inc., First National City Bank,
& Sales. Mgmt. Trng., Personnel, Public Rela- General Dynamics Corp.
Mitre Corp., Bedford, Mass.-p.m. only. tions, Sales, Stat., Actuarial Trng. Div.
Male & female. BA/adv. degrees Math & Bureau of the Budget, Wash., D.C. Industrial Nucleonics, Inc
Physics for technical writing. -Male & female. Adv. degrees only in Lear Siegler, Inc.
Travelers Insurance Co., Detroit - Econ., Gen. Lib. Arts, Hist., Journ., National Electric Coil-]
Any degree any major for Insurance, Nat. Res., Philo., Poll. Sci. and Soc. for Edison Co.
Mgmt. trng., Personnel, Field Audit., Mgmt. Trng. and Public Admin. Parke Davis & Company.
Office Administration. FRI, MARCH 10- Sperry-Rand Corp.-Univ
Dept. of Housing and Urban Develop- Dun & Bradstreet, Inc., Detroit - U.S. Post Office Departme
men, Wsh. D..-Mle& fmal. B/ Dn Brdsteet In.,MARCH 7-
nent, Wash., D.C.-Male & female. BA/ p.m. only. Male & female. BA Econ., American-Standard Corp.
sdv. degrees Arch., Econ., LS&A, Geog., Engl. for Mgmt. Trng. Div.
Journ., Law, Math, Poll. Sci., Soc. for Bureau of the Budget-See Thursday's A
Public Admin. and Transportation. listiAg. Bucyrus-Erie Co
Rand Corp., Santa Monica, Calif. - Chemical Abstracts Service, Columbus, Bucy -Corp.-Airesearch
Male & female. BA/adv. degrees Math Ohio-p.m. only. Male & female. BA/ General Electric Co. (PhD
for Computing. adv. degrees Libr. Sci., aMth, Biochem. Giffels & Rossetti, Inc.
Army and Air Force Exchange Service, Ind all fields of Chem. for Computing, Harbison-Walker Refract(
Dallas, Texas-Male & female. BA Arch., Libr., Tech. Writing, Editing & Syst. IIT Research Institute.
Econ., LS&A, Journ., Math for Mgmt. Analysis. Al Johnson Const. Co.
Trng., Mktg. Res., Merchandising, Per- Phillip Morris International, N.Y.C. Link-Belt Co.
sonnel, Public Admin., Retailing. -a.m. only. Male & female. BA/adv. Michigan Consolidated G
WED., MARCH 8- degrees Math or Bus. for Corp. Fi- Mitre Corp.
Detroit Bank and Trust Co., Detroit nance, Econ. Anal.. International Bus., Northrop Corp.
-Male & female. BA/adv. degrees Econ., Adv., Mktg. Res. & Retailing. Prestolite Co.
Engl., LS&A, Hist., Math & Speech zor U.S. Army Tank Automotive Center, Steelcase, Inc.
Banking, Computing, Mgmt. Trng. Warren, Mich.-BA/adv. degrees Econ., Swift & Co.
Dept. of Housing and Urban Develop- Gen. Lib. Arts, Math, Poll. Sci., Psych. U.S. Govt.-Army & Al
meat-See Tuesday's listing.- for Computing, Mgmt. Trng., Personnel, change Service - Bureau
Clark Dodge & Co., Inc., N.Y.C. - p.m. Production & Purchasing. ments.
only. BA/adv. degrees Econ., Engl., LS
&A, Hist., Math for Banking, Mgmt. SUMMER PLACEMENT SERVICE:
Trng., Sales anc Stat. 212 SAB-
Steelcase, Inc., Grand Rapids-a.m. Camp Kohut, Maine-Boys. Mr. Fried-
only. BA/adv. degrees Econ., Engl., LS man interviews March 2, 1-5 p.m. Swim-
&A, Poli. Sci., Phych., Speech for Mgmt. ming, sailing, water skiing and tennis
Procter and Gamble International, Summer Post Office Jobs in Ann Arbor
Cincinnati-Only students from the fol- -Exam given Sat., March 4.
lowing countries : Belgium, France,,Ger- Mutupal Life Insurance Co., N.Y.C.-
many, Italy, Mexico, Venezuela, Aus- Summer trainee for actuarial sci. ma-
ent Marquardt Corp.
Mechanical Handling Systems, Inc.
Must be fa- National Electric Welding Machines
bility to pro- .
be. Temporary United Aircraft Corp.-Norden Div.
t.Te. Please Ott Chemical Co.
ment Office, Washington State Highway Commis-
U.S. Govt.-Dept. of Housing & Ur-
ENT INTER- U S Govt. - NASA-Aimes Research
lering Bldg. Centr.
U.S. Govt.-NASA - Goddard Space
U.S. Govt.-National Bureau of Stand-'
N.Y. MARCH 9-
-Electric Boat American Optical Co.
Beckman Instruments, Inc.
Borg-Warner Corp.-Marbon Chemical
WVe are happy to
announce our Junior
EManagers for 1967-1968
CIRCULATION: Jeff Brown
BILLING- Linda Weiner
Collins Radio Co.
Eaton, Yale & Towne, Inc.
Ta Div. Perkin-Elmer Corp.
ant DPittsburgh-Des Moines Steel Co.
nt. Rex Chain Belt Co.
- Industrial Texas Instruments, Inc.
U.S. Govt.-Naval Underwater Weap-
ons-tes. & Engrg. Station.
Mfg. Co. Atlas Chemical Industries.
's) Booz-Allen Applied Research, Inc.
ories Co. j Ekco Containers, Inc.
George A. Fuller Co.
Interlake Steel Corp.
Maxon Premix Burner Co.
as Co. Motorola, Inc.
Power Controls ' Div. - Midland Ross
United Aircraft Corp.-Corporate Sys-
United Technology Center.
Jr Force Ex- U.S. Govt. - Army Tank-Automotive
of Appoint- Center.
U.S. Govt.-Navy Marine Engrg. Labs.
PROOFREADING: Jane Luxon
PUBLIC RELATIONS: Ed Neubauer
NATIONAL ADV.: Naomi Goldberg
-The Senior Business Staff
Alumni Sesquicentennial Program: POSITION OPENINGS:
"The Political Picture Today" will be Coldwater Community Schools, Cold-
discussed by Senator Philip A. Hart water, Mich. (About 11, hrs. from Ann
knd Representative Gerald H. Ford. Open Arbor)-Title I 'Project Social Worker.
to students and public free of charge. Disadvantaged child project, interviews
Thurs., March 2, Rackham Lecture Hall, with pupils & parents, study referrals
2:30 p.m. by teachers, school officials and com-
munity leaders. BA plus course work
All-Sports Athletic Banquet-Honor- Ed., Soc. or Phych., teaching exper.
Ing "greats" in Michigan's athletic his- pref., new grad or exper.
STUDENT GOVERNMENT COUNCIL
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WHY IS IT IMPORTANT TO REGISTER?
'There are X3,000 students attending the University.
Students are the reason for the existence of the Univer-
sity and they contribute significantly to the culture,
commerce and industry of Ann Arbor, spending a mini-
mum of $5,000,000 per month.
Do you feel that Ann Arbor as a City has done all that
it can to meet the needs of students for housing, sani-
tation, parking or civil rights?
If you do not, or if you feel that the City can and should
do more for YOU, REGISTER BEFORE MARCH 6th AND
VOTE ON APRIL 3rd. There are 36,000 registered voters
in Ann Arbor and there are upwards of 20,000 unregis-
tered and non-voting students over 21. YOU CAN HAVE
CIVIC POWER IF YOU REGISTER AND VOTE!
HOW TO REGISTER
WHERE. Office of the City Clerk
2nd Floor, City Hall
100 N. Fifth (cr. Huron)
WHEN- Tuesday, February 28, 8-5
Wednesday, March 1, 8-5
Thursday, March 2, 8-8
Friday, March 3, 8-8
Saturday, March 4, 9-3
Monday, March 6, 8-8
6 months in Michigan
1 month in Ann Arbor
Self-supporting (including scholarship)
Year-round resident of Ann Arbor
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