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PAGE SIX

THE MICHIGAN DAILY

TUESDAY,14AR H 14, 1967

PAGE SIX TINE MICHIGAN DAILY TUESDAY, MARCH 14, 1967
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ENGINEERS
MECHANICAL * ELECTRICAL
INDUSTRIAL * METALLURGICAL
Sunstrand Corporation, a medium sizedcompany head.
quartered in a modern industrial city Just 90 minutes
from Chicago, Illinois, Is expanding its operations. You
can now take advantage of excellent growth oppor-
tunities with the leading manufacturer of aircraft
accessories, machine .tools, fuel burner pumps and
hydraulic transmissions.
New 400,000 sq. ft. R & D center now under construction.
Sundstrand engineers work on a variety of projects un-
der excellent working conditions, enjoy definite project
responsibilities and follow through. Our consistent em-
phasis on engineering results in a sizeable investment
In research and development; when completed in 1967,
our multi-million dollar 88 acre R & D Center will
provide an additional 400,000 square feet for new
product development,- project management and test-
ing. We employ nearly 6,000 people, enjoy approxi-
mately $100 million annual sales - a medium sized
company, on the move.
POSITIONS NOW OPEN IN THE FOLLOWING AREAS:
" High Performance Small Turbine Design
" Combustion Engineering
" Hydraulic Pump Development
" Vehicle Transmission Design
* Gear Design and Manufacturing
* Manufacturing Engineering
" Circuit Design and Electronic Packaging,
" Bearing Design
" Metallurgy
" Turbo-Machinery and Therodynamics
" Electrical Test Equipment
" Application Engineering
We will have our representative on campus to
Interview:
MARCH 20
Please make necessary arrangements at your
Placement Office.
Manager, Professional Employment
SUN DSTRAND
PERSONNEL CENTER
1401 23rd Avenue, Rockford, Illinois 61101
An Equal Opportunity Employer

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General Notices
Botany Seminar: Prof. Frans A. Sta-
!leu, International Bureau for Plant
Taxonomy and Nomenclature, Univer-
3ity of Utrecht, The Netherlands, "The
History of Botanical Gardens"; tea will
be served at 4 p.m., Wed., March 15,
Botanical Gardens . Aud. For further
information, see Mrs. Fordyce, Botany
office.
Research Club Meeting for Members:
Prof. Jacob Price, "Tobacco and Em-
pires"; Prof. Albert Sussman, "The
Origin of Iife": Wed., March 15, Rack-
ham Amphitheatre, 8 p.m. Election of
1967-68 officers: Wed., March 15, East
Council Room, 7 p.m.
Directed Teaching in Elementary Ed-
ucation, Fall Term, 1967: Students who
3xpect to elect Education D305-Di-
rected Teaching in the Nursery and
Elementary Grades for, Fall Term, 1967
must verify in person by April 14 the
directed teaching application on file in
Room 1408 UES. Students requesting
off-campus assignments should verify
application by March 31. Office hours
are 1-5 p.m., Monday through Friday.
Students electing directed teaching
in Special Education, Fall Term, 1967,
must verify application by April 14 at
the Special Education Office, 734 East
University Ave.
Fall term assignments in both ele-
mentary and special education will be

made from the list of names of stu-1
dents who have verified application
by April 14.
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-
fective.
Approval request forms for student
sponsored events are available in Room
1011 of the SAB.
The Twaddler, Sales, March 13-20, all
day, Fishbowl and Diag.
Young Democrats, Speech by Mayor
Cavanagh, March 21, 8 p.m., Multipur-
pose Room UGLI.
Foreign Visitors
Following are the foreign visitors
who will be on campus during the foi-
rowing week, on the dateseindicated.
Program arrangements are being made
by the Foreign Visitor Programs Office,
764-2148.
Student leader group, accompanied
by Raul Armond and Roberto Florez,
Argentina, March 14-19.
Mohammed S. Khan, head, Depart-
nent of Economics, Aligarh Muslim Uni-
versity, Aligarh, India, March 14-19.
A. A. Gutmann, Campania Shell de
Venezuela, Venezuela, March 16.
Eleven economic planners, Romania,
March 17.
Sugaki Arimoto, professor, Aichi Ga-
kuegi UniversityJapan, March 20-25.
Ysinosuke Hotta, professor, Osaka
Gakugei University, Japan, March 20-
25.
Shinichi Ito, associate professor, Ai-
chi Gakugei University, Japan, March
20-25.
Takemitsu Kawahara, professor, De-
partment of Education, Kumamoto Uni-
versity, Japan, March 20-25.
Placement
Announcement: Two Peace Corps rep-
resentatives will be at the Bell Tower
Motor Inn on March 15 and 16, 8:30-
5 p.m., to talk to both seniors and
those individuals who have already tak-
en the Peac3 Corps Test. No appoint-
ments necessary. There will be addi-

tional representatives at the Bureau
on April 3, 4 and 5. The regular test
will be given this month at the down-
town branch of the Post Office, Main
at Catherine St., Sat., March 25, 1 p.m.
Applications available at the Bureau
of Appointments.
ANNOUNCEMENT:
All April, June & Aug. Graduates-.
Only 3 more FSEE tests given this year.
The only one spring grads can take
must be applied for before March 15,
test given April 15. The other tests
are given May 20 and June 17, appli-
cations must be in the previous month.
Apply now so that test papers may be
processed and interviews held before
leaving campus, to plan for future em-
ployment.
Heavy demand for FSEE talent, 1800
vacancies for college people currently.
Some positions include: Revenue Of-
ficial, Claims Reps., Customs Eaxm.,
Stat., Contract and Procurement, Ap-
praisers, Mgmt. Anal., Programmers,
Claims Author., Wage & Hour Inves-
tigators, Budget Anal. Brochures, incl.
pay scales, available at Bureau of Ap-
pointments. Applications at Bureau.
PLACEMENT INTERVIEWS: Gradu-
ates and seniors make appointments by

4 p.m. of the day preceding the visits
by the following companies. All em-
ployers expect to see your file before
the interview Please return forms and
update your files as sopn as possible.
Call 764-7460, General Division besg.
THURS., MARCH 16-
U. S. Air Force, Ann Arbor-Male &
female. All degrees at all levels for all
programs.
Washington National Insurance Co.,,
Evanston, IIl.-Male & female. BA Gen.
Lib. Arts, Psych. for insurance, ins.
& territorial sales, admin., trng., auto-
mation, auditing, claims, group adjust.,
underwriting, methods & planning.
Rike-K imler Co., Dayton, Ohio -
Male & female. BA Econ., Gen. Litt
Arts, Speech, Soc. & other for Mgmt.
Trng., merchandising, purchasing and
interviewing for summer trainee pro-
gram.
Johnson & Johnson, Detroit - BA,
Gen. Lib. Arts, for ins. & territorial
sales.
Fisher Body Division, General Motors,
Warren, Mich.--BA Econ., Educ., Engl.,
Fine Arts, Gen. Lib. Arts, Hist., Journ.,
Philo., Poll. Scl., Psych., Speech, Soc.
for Public Admin. Field Reps. for Fish-
er Body Craftsman's Guild.
FRI., MARCH 17-
Rand Corp., Santa Monica, Calif. -

Thinclads Yearn for

Male & female. Adv. degrees in Astro., to degree or other engrg: degree. 0-3
Econ., Math, Phys., Poll. Scl. for theo- yrs. exper. in consumer package goods.
retical research. City of Chicago, Dept,, of Police -
Federal Power Commission. Wash., Electronic Engr.-BS/MS EE, 3-5 yrs.
D.C.-p.m. only. Male & female. BA exper. Spectroscopist-MA Chem./Phys.,
Econ., Geol.; Acctg. for secretarial and 5-7 yrs. exper. Police Chemist - BS
federal regulation of electric power and Chem., 3-5 yrs. exper. Data Processing
national gas industry. Systems Analyst--male or female, pro-
Aetna Life Insurance Co., Detroit - gramming and analysis work. Asst. Di-
BA/adv. degrees Econ., Gen. Lib. Arts, rector of Public Information-BS Jour-
Llbr. Sci. and Math for insurance, nalism/Engl., 3-5 yrs. public relations.
Mgmt. Trng., Sales. Syst. Supv.-BS plus 4 yrs. prog. &
Roche Labs., Livonia, Mich.-Male & ;yst. work. Sr. Programmer - male or
female. BA degrees Biochem., Chem., female, 2-3 yrs. variety. Methods An-
Gen. Lib. Arts, Libr. Sci., Microbiol., alyst-male or female, BA Math, BA
Pharmacy, Psych, Speech and other >r PA. Sr. Meth. Analyst - male or fe-
fields for ins. & territorial sales. male. BBA, Public Ad./Math degree.
Bristol Laboratories, Syracuse, N.Y.
POSITION OPENINGS: -BA/BS levels: Biol., Biochem., Chem.,
International Institute, Flint, Mich. Chem. Irstrumen., ChE, ME. CE, Sales,
-Activities Secretary, BA req. MA pre- Admin., Journ., EDP Prog. BS/MS lev-
ferred, desirable skills: languages, arts mls: Bacteriol., Biol.. Biochem., Med.
& crafts, music & dancing, sports & Tech. MS levels: Chem., ChE. CE, Mi-
games. robiol.,LControllerAtty., Mktg. Res.,
Personal Products Co.,, Wilmington, Stat.. MLS, MBA. PhD levels: Blochem.,
Ill.-General and Cost Accountants, Physiol., Pharmacol., Organ. Chem., Mi-
Acctg. or Bus. Ad. degree, Lib. star or 'robiol., Chem., Paracitolog., Protozoo.,
near finished degree candidates con- MD, Zool.
sidered. 0-4 yrs. exper. in acctg. or ad-
nin. Indust. Engr., BSIE, BSME, or BBA,! For further informaion please call
D-4 yrs. in consumer package goods, 764-7460, General Division, Bureau of
production supervision exper. desired. Appointments, 300 SAB.
Mechanical Engineer, ME pref., or close UE
_______- ---- ----; SUMMER PLACEMENT SERVICE:
212 SAB-
Please came in and pick up your Col-
lege interview forms.
INTERVIEWS:
MARCH 15--
i d;Williams erices. Ic.. Deroik
O u -d otyrss , alclt= =peaor ndsitch-
0 ~ t o o rsboard operators, genera; office help.
Cranbrook School, Upward Bound
Program, Bloomfield Hills, Mich.-Male
in the sixty-yard dash before last 19 or over, counselor for disadvantaged
year's football season to a :06.2." boys.
Answering rumors that Flowers Dept, of Army, Detro.t--Lib, St.
specialist, 3 mos. summer.
was planning to give up football One Male Student Needed-Asst. edi-
to concentrate on track for the toral work in Europe and Israel, trav-
Olympics, Rohe said, "Richmond el expenses paid.
Ford Motor Co., Saline, MIch.-Jr./
is now planning on playing foot- Sr./Grads EE, ME, IE, work immediately
ball next year because he wants at close of school.
quarterback Dewey Warren to Henry Ford Museum, Greenfield VIl-
lage, Dearborn, Mich.-Food services,
make All American." male or female over 18, interview March
Gerry Lindgren represents Mr. 21-28. Women for guides, 18 plus, in-
Unbelievable. This 120 pounder, terview March 28-31.
Forestry & Conservation Students,
although suffering from a twisted Boys' Camp N.Y.-Also counselor open-
ankle and blistered feet, jumped ings.
right out in front in his two-mile Lodge of the Four Seasons, Lake
ozark-Male or female, lifeguards, wai-
ace. George Scott of w exico ters, waitresses, marina, stables, land-
stayed with him for the first 20 scaping.
laps, but with two left Lindgren Univv. of Pacific, Stockton, Calif. -
started to sprint. As the crowd Mental health summer work-study pro-
gram, any student past sophomore year,
cheered, Lindgren broke the NCAA closing date of application, March 31.
record by six seconds. Washtenaw County Citizens Commit-
tee for Econ. Oppor.-Dir. of Head Start
Lindgren has already defeated Project, contact above office at 515
Ron Clarke, the Australian world Catherine St., Ann Arbor.
record holder in the two mile this Director of Summer Placement--Will
yeardhandrn heutdoolash couldh Interview those interested in Hamilton
oo lsh could Stores, Yellowstone Park, Wyo. Male or
result in a world record. female.

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By MARK HALPERT
Jim Ryun had just concluded
his first varsity indoor track sea-
son with a brilliant 3:58.6 mile.
Afterward, his only comment
was:
"I'm glad it's over."
Similar comments came from
star two miles Gerry Lindgren,
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DOES THE PHARMACEUTICAL FIELD
OFFER EXCEPTIONALLY
REWARDING SALES POSITIONS?
Yes, And We Wil Train You For Them.
An opportunity especially for people
who like challenging assignments...
If your interests and aptitudes run to sales, lf.you have
some experience or interest In this direction, this is a
medical sales opportunity you will *ant to know about
Few fields are so rewarding in terms of earnings,,associa-
tions and service to the physician and his patients. After
thorough training, your position as a Medical Sales Repre-
sentative will be on a highly professional level-a position
!with a purpose.
Our name is an impressive one in the ethical pharma-
ceutical industry, and our growth pattern is enviable. We
are particularly noted for our commitment to research.
Beginning salary is distinctly attractive, especially when
you consider the extras-sales bonuses,,company car and
expenses, tuition refund programs end an unsurpassed
comprehensive insurance program. Your earnings can
increase rapidly. Since company policy is to promote from
within, there are opportunities to move into management
LOCATIONS OFFER CONSIDERABLE CHOICE

pole-vaulter Bob Seagren, who
compose the core of American
track power today.
Jim Ryun, who suffered his first
major loss last Friday when Dave
Patrick of Villanova upset him
with a world record time of 1:48.1
in the half-mile, showed his great
drive by bouncing back on Satur-
day to win the mile.
Ryun complained of blisters and
seems to prefer running outdoors
where he holds world records in
the mile and half mile. (The
AAU, however, has failed to rec-
ognize his half mile record because
it was run in an unsanctioned
meet.)
Bob Seagren, track's Mr. Golden
Boy, who owns the world's indoor.
record in the pole-vault, at 17'3",
vaulted 17'%" in last Saturday's
meet, but again failed to break
the break the world outdoor .rec-
ord in his three attempts at
17'7".
Richmond Flowers, son of Ala-
bama's former attorney-general,
shocked the track world when he
failed to make the finals in the
high hurdles.
"Richmond believes the boards
don't absorb the shock like our all
weather track," commented Ten-
nessee's coach Chuck Rohe.
"Football has definitely affected
Richmond," he continued. "He has
slowed from a clocking of six flat
KEEP AHEAD
OF YOUR HAIR
" NO WAITING
" 7 BARBERS
" OPEN 6 DAYS
The Dascola Barbers
Near the Michigan Theatre

-THDE ENGINEERING COUNCIL
Announces the opening of petitioning for
' STUDENT ADVISORY BOARDS
For the following faculty-administrationz
committees.*
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Freshman Counseling
:Program Counselin
Scholastic Standing
Curriculum Placement
PETITIONS ARE AVAILABLE
IN THE DEAN'S OFFICE
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The NCAA Indoor Track Meet
was a great success, and should
serve as a springboard to one of
the greatest outdoor track seasons
of all time. The spotlight will be
on the Jim Ryun-Dave Patrick
clash, with the 3:50 mile serving
as their goal.
Sharing the spotlight will be
Bob Seagren in his attempt to
wrest the outdoor pole-vaulting
record from former roommate
John Pennel. Then there is the
hurdles event, where Flowers,
Willie Davenport of Southern
University,' Don McCulough of
USC, and Don Shy of San Diego
State compose the strongest field
of all time.
But the three time NCAA 60-
yard dash champion, Charley
Greene, has a unique finishing
style which best exemp~lifies the
American track picture: THUMBS
UP!

Details and applications at Summer
Placement Service, 212 SAB, lower level.
ENGINEERING PLACEMENT INTER-
VIEWS: Make intbrview appointments
at Room 128-H, West Engineering Bldg.
MARCH 2Q-
Atlantic Richfield Co.
Bunker-RamO Corp.
Electro-Optical Systems, Inc.
Libby, McNeil, Libbey.
Lockheed Aircraft Corp. - Missiles &
Space Division.
The Ohio Injector Co.
A. E. Staley Co.
Sundstrand Corp.
U.S. Govt.--9rmy Electronics Com-
mand.
U.S. Govt.-Naval ordnance Plant.
MARCH 21-
Atlantic Richfield Co.
Chicago Burlington & Quincy R.R.
Ethyl Corp.-Research Labe.,Ferndale,
Mich.
Factory Mutual Engrg. Div.
General Telephone Co. of Michigan.
Ingals Shipbuilding Corp.
Moog, Inc.-Hydrapoint Division.
Ohio Lime Co.
Pennsylvania Power & Light Co.'
Union Tank Car Co.
Zenith Radio Corp.

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Representative on campus March 16, Placement Office Chemistry Dept.
March 17, Placement Office, Union Building
or write or call:. .Mr. George Coombs, Dept. UM314
16232 Riverside Drive, Livonia, Michigan (313) 425-4731
An Equal Opportunity Employer

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The STUDENT MEMBER TO AN ADVISORY BOARD is asking himself the
following questions and would appreciate any ideas or suggestions you may
have: (Assume whatever definition of the word 'religious' that is mean-
ingful.)
What, then, can and/or should be the function and scope of the Office of
Religious Affairs? More specifically, what kinds of program that do not
presently exist could/should the Office be offering?
Type your suggestions-bring them or mail them (before March 16) to:

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2282 Student Activities Bldg.

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UN ION-LEAGUE
Announces the Opening of
Petitioning for
HOMECOMING
CENTRAL COMMITTEE
GRAPHICS
SPECIAL EVENTS
BOOKLET
ENTERTAINMENT
PARADE
FLOATS & DISPLAYS
TICKETS
ALUMNI RELATIONS
PUBLICITY,
SECRETARY
TREASURER
Petitions available this week in
the U AC office, 2nd foor of Union.
All petitions due Saturday, March18,
Petitioning for Sales

MBA's

Are you looking fora company that will recognize you as an
individual, provide you with a stimulating growth environ-
ment, and expect you to grow and progress to your fullest
potential in the shortest. period of time? Especially when this
potential includes top level management.
For EE's and ME's with Graduate and Undergraduate De-
grees, we have positions available in Design and Develop-
ment, Project Engineering, Applications Engineering, Test
Equipment Design, Manufacturing and Production Supervi-
sion and Product Engineering.
For MBA's with Engineering Undergraduate Degrees, we
have positions in Program Management and as Assistants
to Several of Our Officers.
We're a small company (1500 employees and $25 million in
sales), but we plan on getting much larger.
If you are interested in discussing a future with
us, a rperesentative will be on campus March 21.
CiTP vm.' nvd ier mPn nffwop fne eetails.

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